“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 Coolidge, Texas

Clickable Map of Limestone 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> Limestone County, TX (39) Falls County, TX (27) Freestone County, TX (38) Hill County, TX (61) Leon County, TX (14) McLennan County, TX (132) Navarro County, TX (97) Robertson County, TX (50)  LimestoneCounty(39) Limestone County (39)  FallsCounty(27) Falls County (27)  FreestoneCounty(38) Freestone County (38)  HillCounty(61) Hill County (61)  LeonCounty(14) Leon County (14)  McLennanCounty(132) McLennan County (132)  NavarroCounty(97) Navarro County (97)  RobertsonCounty(50) Robertson County (50)
Groesbeck is the county seat for Limestone County
Coolidge is in Limestone County
      Limestone County (39)  
      Falls County (27)  
      Freestone County (38)  
      Hill County (61)  
      Leon County (14)  
      McLennan County (132)  
      Navarro County (97)  
      Robertson County (50)  
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1Texas, Limestone County, Coolidge — 15496 — Armour Cemetery
Established in 1878, this burial ground served the former community of Armour. The cemetery is located on property deeded by community founder, James Armour (d. 1896). For school, church and burial purposes. James Armour was born in 1825 in Jackson . . . Map (db m92125) HM
2Texas, Limestone County, Coolidge — 17714 — Munger Community
In 1854, Ten Labors of Land (1770 acres) were surveyed in Limestone County for Jonathan Scott. In 1872, Henry Martin Munger moved his family from Rutersville (Fayette Co.) to Mexia. There he opened a lumberyard, planing mill, flour mill, grist mill . . . Map (db m92941) HM
3Texas, Limestone County, Coolidge — 5601 — United Methodist Church of Coolidge
A pioneer church, organized in the Armour community, about two miles to the west, on April 10, 1873, when this area was still thinly-settled. Charter members were John and Caroline Askew, A. J. Moore, Leona Waddell, and George Walker. The original . . . Map (db m92137) HM
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Feb. 7, 2023