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Historical Markers in Caddo, Oklahoma

 
Clickable Map of Bryan County, Oklahoma and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Bryan County, OK (14) Atoka County, OK (8) Choctaw County, OK (8) Johnston County, OK (28) Marshall County, OK (1) Fannin County, TX (33) Grayson County, TX (67) Lamar County, TX (45)  BryanCounty(14) Bryan County (14)  AtokaCounty(8) Atoka County (8)  ChoctawCounty(8) Choctaw County (8)  JohnstonCounty(28) Johnston County (28)  MarshallCounty(1) Marshall County (1)  FanninCountyTexas(33) Fannin County (33)  GraysonCounty(67) Grayson County (67)  LamarCounty(45) Lamar County (45)
Durant is the county seat for Bryan County
Caddo is in Bryan County
      Bryan County (14)  
ADJACENT TO BRYAN COUNTY
      Atoka County (8)  
      Choctaw County (8)  
      Johnston County (28)  
      Marshall County (1)  
      Fannin County, Texas (33)  
      Grayson County, Texas (67)  
      Lamar County, Texas (45)  
 
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1Oklahoma (Bryan County), Caddo — Ben Siegel Building
Ben Siegel at age 14 came to America from Lithuania. He established a business in Caddo, Indian Territory in 1895. One of Bryan County's first merchants, he was an important part of the early trade area.Map (db m73423) HM
2Oklahoma (Bryan County), Caddo — Cowboy Pink Williams(James Pinckney Williams)
Lieutenant Governor 1955-1959 State Treasurer 1963-1967 Born: April 9, 1892 at Newberry, SC Died: April 1, 1976 at Caddo, OK Building erected: 1900Map (db m73425) HM
3Oklahoma (Bryan County), Caddo — Craighead's 5 & 10 Store
In 1955 the Craighead family purchased this store which for over four decades has served and intrigued children as well as adults: Partial records show previous owners as: E. F. Nichols - original site - 1905 Boone Styron Dry Goods - . . . Map (db m73424) HM
4Oklahoma (Bryan County), Caddo — Hancock Building
John S. Hancock and his young son Clement Allen Hancock followed the MKT Railroad to Caddo in 1872. They established a business at this location and became two of Caddo's founding businessmen and community leaders.Map (db m73410) HM
5Oklahoma (Bryan County), Caddo — W.O.W. Building
Built by Woodmen of the World, this site has served businesses as well as Caddo schools as a classroom. One of its most famous occupants was John L. "Judge" Boland, opening a law office in 1910. He served as city attorney and a civic leader . . . Map (db m73426) HM
 
 
 
 
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Sep. 29, 2022