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

Clickable Map of Milam 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> Milam County, TX (46) Bell County, TX (114) Burleson County, TX (41) Falls County, TX (10) Lee County, TX (32) Robertson County, TX (43) Williamson County, TX (231)  MilamCounty(46) Milam County (46)  BellCounty(114) Bell County (114)  BurlesonCounty(41) Burleson County (41)  FallsCounty(10) Falls County (10)  LeeCounty(32) Lee County (32)  RobertsonCounty(43) Robertson County (43)  WilliamsonCounty(231) Williamson County (231)
Cameron is the county seat for Milam County
Buckholts is in Milam County
      Milam County (46)  
      Bell County (114)  
      Burleson County (41)  
      Falls County (10)  
      Lee County (32)  
      Robertson County (43)  
      Williamson County (231)  
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1Texas (Milam County), Buckholts — 7939 — Bryant Station
Pioneer village of Milam County Established as an Indian trading post by Major Benjamin F. Bryant, frontiersman who had commanded a company in the Battle of San Jacinto. Appointed Indian agent in 1842 by Sam Houston President . . . Map (db m90647) HM
2Texas (Milam County), Buckholts — 15079 — Buckholts SPJST Lodge Hall
In 1879, Central Texas Czechs organized Slovanska Podporujici Jednota Statu Texas (SPJST), a fraternal society that promoted social activities and insurance benefits for its members. SPJST members from Cameron, Marak and Buckholts established . . . Map (db m162267) HM
3Texas (Milam County), Buckholts — 7995 — Saints Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church
Through the efforts of fellow immigrant Joseph Russek, many Czech families came to this area of Milam County in the 1880s. The first Catholic Mass in the Marak/Maraksville settlement was conducted by a visiting priest in the Kaspar Kubecka home in . . . Map (db m150886) HM
4Texas (Milam County), Buckholts — 8001 — Sharp
A farming and ranching community, Sharp traces its origins to the years immediately after the Civil War when settlers, attracted by the fertile black soil, began arriving in this area. The first business, a store, opened in 1892. It was soon joined . . . Map (db m150881) HM
5Texas (Milam County), Buckholts — 12315 — Sharp Cemetery
The earliest marked grave in this graveyard is that of Susan F. Dilworth, who died in January 1880. John Gordon and his wife M. L. Gordon deeded two acres of land on this site to the trustees of Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church in 1882, stating that the . . . Map (db m150879) HM
6Texas (Milam County), Buckholts — 8002 — Sharp General Store
Civil War veteran Daniel G. Davis, Sr. (1836-1927) built this structure in two stages in 1895 and 1896. The Sharp General Store, which Davis and his descendants operated here until 1985, was the area's largest mercantile facility and main outlet for . . . Map (db m150882) HM
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7Texas (Milam County), Buckholts — The Texas 36th Division Memorial Highway
Organized July 18, 1917 at Camp Bowie, Texas, the 36th Division was composed of National Guard units from the states of Texas and Oklahoma, and traced a part of its lineage to the Washington Guards of the Texas Revolution. During World War I, the . . . Map (db m90646) HM WM
8Texas (Milam County), Buckholts — 7994 — William Persky(Nov. 21, 1844 - Feb. 9, 1945)
A native of Germany, William Persky migrated to the United States with his family at the age of eight. He enlisted in the Confederate Army during the Civil War and served time as a prisoner of war. A farmer, Persky lived in Austin and Bell counties . . . Map (db m150877) HM
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Sep. 25, 2022