“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Argyle, Texas

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Denton is the county seat for Denton County
Argyle is in Denton County
      Denton County (92)  
      Collin County (142)  
      Cooke County (28)  
      Dallas County (371)  
      Grayson County (67)  
      Tarrant County (237)  
      Wise County (49)  
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1Texas (Denton County), Argyle — 2241 — Graham Argyle Cemetery
This burial ground served the farming community of Graham which grew up here after the Civil War. First known interment was that of an infant, George Isbell, on December 10, 1865. An adjacent structure housed a school and Graham Baptist Church. . . . Map (db m184647) HM
2Texas (Denton County), Argyle — 2827 — Johns' Well and Campgrounds
In 1884 this site was designated as a religious campground by the members of the Prairie Mound Methodist Church. Johns' Well, named for former owner Hardin Johns, provided the steady water supply needed by campers, area settlers and travelers. . . . Map (db m147174) HM
3Texas (Denton County), Argyle — 4109 — Prairie Mound Cemetery

This burial ground was in use by 1882 when adjoining property was deeded to the Prairie Mound Methodist Episcopal Church, South. The earliest marked grave here is that of Edgar Myers (1875-1878), the son of J. E. and M. J. Myers. Church . . . Map (db m147210) HM
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Sep. 25, 2022