“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 Aubrey, Texas

Clickable Map of Denton County, Texas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Denton County, TX (106) Collin County, TX (172) Cooke County, TX (40) Dallas County, TX (382) Grayson County, TX (104) Tarrant County, TX (325) Wise County, TX (54)  DentonCounty(106) Denton County (106)  CollinCounty(172) Collin County (172)  CookeCounty(40) Cooke County (40)  DallasCounty(382) Dallas County (382)  GraysonCounty(104) Grayson County (104)  TarrantCounty(325) Tarrant County (325)  WiseCounty(54) Wise County (54)
Denton is the county seat for Denton County
Aubrey is in Denton County
      Denton County (106)  
      Collin County (172)  
      Cooke County (40)  
      Dallas County (382)  
      Grayson County (104)  
      Tarrant County (325)  
      Wise County (54)  
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1 Texas, Denton County, Aubrey — 16799 — Aubrey First United Methodist Church
In 1858, Dr. George T. Key and his family, originally from Missouri, moved to Denton County and settled near the present town of Aubrey. There they built log cabins, one of which was used for a school and church. The building, known as the Key . . . Map (db m237995) HM
2 Texas, Denton County, Aubrey — 17887 — Elm Fork Bridge
This historic bridge was an important two-way traffic bridge over the Elm Fork of the Trinity River for growing automobile traffic in Denton County in the 1920s. The bridge is one of the only two accessible iron and steel bridges in Denton County . . . Map (db m92574) HM
3 Texas, Denton County, Aubrey — 14877 — First Christian Church of Aubrey
Early Disciples of Christ in this area met as part of a union church in the Spring Hill community, where several denominations held services under a brush arbor and in a local schoolhouse. In October 1894, the Disciples established this Christian . . . Map (db m191460) HM
4 Texas, Denton County, Aubrey — 12534 — Green Valley Schools
Fertile farmland and plentiful timber attracted settlers to this part of Denton County about 1870. The community that developed originally was called Toll Town because of two roads that intersected at this point. Schoolteacher Henry Clay Wilmoth . . . Map (db m191463) HM
5 Texas, Denton County, Aubrey — 3644 — Oak Grove Methodist Church
Organized 1880, with worship services and Sunday school held under trees and a brush arbor. Structure built 1881, by A.B. Harris. Six-acre site, including nearby cemetery, was donated by the Rev. William E. Bates (1812-83), retired circuit rider and . . . Map (db m200133) HM
6 Texas, Denton County, Aubrey — 5826 — William Edmunds Bates(October 12, 1812 - April 25, 1883)
Born in Amherst County, VA.; licensed in Kentucky (1843) as a Methodist minister. Came to Texas 1851; settled in Denton County. He was appointed (1853) to 300-square-mile Dallas circuit, and traveled it once a month. Admitted 1854 to East Texas . . . Map (db m168849) HM
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Mar. 3, 2024