“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 Cestohowa, Texas

Clickable Map of Karnes 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> Karnes County, TX (28) Atascosa County, TX (42) Bee County, TX (34) DeWitt County, TX (59) Goliad County, TX (53) Gonzales County, TX (88) Live Oak County, TX (14) Wilson County, TX (46)  KarnesCounty(28) Karnes County (28)  AtascosaCounty(42) Atascosa County (42)  BeeCounty(34) Bee County (34)  DeWittCounty(59) DeWitt County (59)  GoliadCounty(53) Goliad County (53)  GonzalesCounty(88) Gonzales County (88)  LiveOakCounty(14) Live Oak County (14)  WilsonCounty(46) Wilson County (46)
Karnes City is the county seat for Karnes County
Cestohowa is in Karnes County
      Karnes County (28)  
      Atascosa County (42)  
      Bee County (34)  
      DeWitt County (59)  
      Goliad County (53)  
      Gonzales County (88)  
      Live Oak County (14)  
      Wilson County (46)  
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1Texas (Karnes County), Cestohowa — 1418 — El Fuerte del Cibolo
Near this site (about 2.5 mi. N on Cibolo Creek) stood the 18th-century Spanish fort of El Fuerte de Santa Cruz del Cibolo, usually called El Fuerte del Cibolo or El Cibolo. Built to protect the many Spanish ranches between San Antonio and La Bahia . . . Map (db m121606) HM
2Texas (Karnes County), Cestohowa — 12331 — Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Cemetery
Jacob Lyssy (1837-1880) and John Pawlik, Jr. (1845-1912) of the Czestochowa parish each donated one acre of land to Bishop Anthony D. Pellicer of the Archdiocese of San Antonio to be used as a burial ground for the newly established Nativity of the . . . Map (db m131923) HM
3Texas (Karnes County), Cestohowa — 12347 — Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church
The second Polish colony in Karnes County, the village in this area grew out of a small settlement known as St. Joe and was formally established in 1873. At times the priest at Panna Maria would conduct services at St. Joseph School in what would . . . Map (db m121602) HM
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Oct. 5, 2022