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Historical Markers in Crosbyton, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Crosby County, Texas 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 Crosby County, TX (35) Dickens County, TX (9) Floyd County, TX (20) Garza County, TX (29) Hale County, TX (43) Kent County, TX (6) Lubbock County, TX (100) Lynn County, TX (18) Motley County, TX (15)  CrosbyCounty(35) Crosby County (35)  DickensCounty(9) Dickens County (9)  FloydCounty(20) Floyd County (20)  GarzaCounty(29) Garza County (29)  HaleCounty(43) Hale County (43)  KentCounty(6) Kent County (6)  LubbockCounty(100) Lubbock County (100)  LynnCounty(18) Lynn County (18)  MotleyCounty(15) Motley County (15)
Crosbyton is the county seat for Crosby County
Crosbyton is in Crosby County
      Crosby County (35)  
ADJACENT TO CROSBY COUNTY
      Dickens County (9)  
      Floyd County (20)  
      Garza County (29)  
      Hale County (43)  
      Kent County (6)  
      Lubbock County (100)  
      Lynn County (18)  
      Motley County (15)  
 
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1Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 18175 — Battle of the Freshwater Fork of the Brazos
In Sep. 1871, Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie and the 4th U.S. Cavalry received permission to lead an expedition from Fort Griffin (Shackelford County) and engage Comanche who had refused to move to their designated reservation at Fort Sill (Oklahoma . . . Map (db m168639) HM
2Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 18086 — Big Four School
The community of Big Four lies a few miles north of Crosbyton. The W.H. Hames and M.A. Reynolds families moved here in 1902 and 1909, respectively, and four houses were built on land owned by the Morrison brothers around one windmill which supplied . . . Map (db m104780) HM
3Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 868 — Citizens National Bank
Site of Crosbyton's first bank. In 1909, First State Bank (soon named First National) opened in a new two-story concrete block and stone building, erected by C. B. Livestock Company. For bank, office use. In 1917, Citizens National Bank (est. . . . Map (db m105215) HM
4Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 1114 — Crosby County
Formed from Young and Bexar Territories Created • Organized August 21, 1876 • September 20, 1986 Named in honor of Stephen Crosby 1800-1869 came to Texas in 1845 Commissioner of the General Land Office County seat, . . . Map (db m105191) HM
5Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 1115 — Crosby County Courthouse
Crosby County, created in 1876 and organized 1886, had its first county seat at Estacado (founded 1879 by a colony of Quakers). It was on a mail and stage road, in the northeast corner of the county. Freight hauling of materials was slow. County . . . Map (db m105217) HM
6Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 12434 — Crosby County Courthouse
Two years after Crosby County voters chose the new town of Crosbyton as their county seat in 1910, the courts finally resolved the subsequent election disputes, and the Crosby County commissioners set about the business of constructing a new . . . Map (db m168630) HM
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7Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 1116 — Crosbyton
Founded 1908 on “Cutting Grounds” of C.B. Livestock Company which built a school, supply store, railroad and inn to encourage settlers. By 1911, had 1,000 citizens, was county seat. Today is center of rich irrigated farm land. Home . . . Map (db m105192) HM
8Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 1117 — Crosbyton Cemetery
Established in 1909, this cemetery was once part of a 90,000-acre ranch operated by the C. B. Livestock Company. Julian Bassett, part owner of the company and donor of the Crosbyton townsite, also gave the land for this burial ground when James . . . Map (db m105165) HM
9Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 2089 — G. W. Smith Home
. . . Map (db m104786) HM
10Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 2477 — Henry Clay Smith(1836-1912) — High Plains Pioneer —
First to set up a post office and to farm in Crosby County; first to break land and drill a water well on High Plains. At start of Civil War, he was miner at Pinos Altos, New Mexico and joined in moves to take gold and silver mines for South. . . . Map (db m105193) HM
11Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 2680 — J. J. Pierce(1900-1947)
Born at Blum, Texas. Became Sheriff of Crosby County in January 1947. Was killed in line of duty while arresting a bootlegger at Ralls, Texas. Dedicated to enforcement of law--a man of quiet courage and fearless character. Father of eight . . . Map (db m105169) HM
12Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 2886 — Julian M. BassettDec. 4, 1873 - Dec. 29, 1947
New York native Julian Marcus Bassett migrated to Texas with his parents in 1882. A rancher and businessman, he helped establish the C. B. Livestock Company. In order to promote company land sales in the area, Bassett had the townsite of Crosbyton . . . Map (db m168636) HM
13Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 3015 — Lamar Building
Site of Crosbyton Inn, first hotel here, built 1908, by C. B. Livestock Company to help promote area for cotton farming. A two-story frame building, it was mecca for travelers and land buyers. After fire in 1912, hotel rebuilt over original . . . Map (db m105219) HM
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14Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 3016 — Lamar Family
In 1892 William Percy Lamar (1889-1946) came with his parents from Tarrant County to Crosby County, settling on a 160-acre homestead. He married Sarah Elzina Henson (1892-1963) in 1912. They prospered through farming, . . . Map (db m105167) HM
15Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 3190 — Main Supply Camp on Historic Mackenzie Trail(3 mi. SE)
Trail followed by Gen. Ranald Mackenzie, U.S. 4th Cavalry in 1871 frontier campaign. He camped at Dewey Lake after brush with Indians. In 1872, he was again ordered to ferret out the Comanches. From his main supply camp on Brazos River . . . Map (db m105160) HM
16Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 3720 — Old Dewey Lake
Once an important landmark for early surveys of this area, Dewey Lake got its name after surveyors returned from here to headquarters and found, to their embarrassment, they had not yet named this site. Gallantly, they decided to call it after land . . . Map (db m105164) HM
17Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 3932 — Pansy Baptist ChurchNear Site of
The Pansy Baptist Church was organized in 1905 by J. V. Leatherwood, John Holt, P. H. Leatherwood, Snow Loyd, and J. M. Leatherwood to serve the residents of the Pansy Community. Church services were conducted in the school building until 1916 when . . . Map (db m104778) HM
18Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 4822 — Site of Leatherwood School
This area of Crosby County was settled in 1898 by the family and relatives of M. G. Leatherwood. As other families began to arrive, the need for a nearby school became apparent. As a result, the Leatherwood Common School District was created in . . . Map (db m104777) HM
19Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 5267 — Texas Ranger Campsite(one mile north)
Law and order for Plains area began here in 1879 with creation of Camp Roberts, first ranger station in Panhandle. Company C of the newly formed Frontier Battalion of Texas Rangers was located here and commanded by Capt. G. W. Arrington, Civil War . . . Map (db m105161) HM
20Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 5383 — The Mount Blanco Community
Named for tall white mesa that was a landmark on Mackenzie Trail, surveyed in 1871 by U.S. Cavalry scouting for Indians on the frontier. Near the mesa in 1877, frontiersman Henry Clay Smith (1836-1912) built a two-story stone house . . . Map (db m104782) HM
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21Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — The Rock House
One of the historical land marks of this area is the site of the rock house located twelve miles north of Crosbyton in Blanco Canyon. As viewed from the entrance, the Crosby County Memorial Building which was erected in 1958 is a replica of this . . . Map (db m105194) HM
22Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 5583 — Two-Buckle Ranch HeadquartersKentucky Cattle Raising Company
Headquarters for the Two Buckle Ranch was built near this site, at Silver Falls, in 1884 by the Kentucky Cattle Raising Company, which had been founded two years earlier by a group of Louisville, Kentucky distillers. Claude Tilford was hired by the . . . Map (db m105162) HM
23Texas (Crosby County), Crosbyton — 5905 — Work Building
Using a part of -N- range land, C.B. Livestock Company laid out townsite in 1908. This building constructed in 1910 of concrete blocks made in dugout one block east. Housed town's first meat market. In continuous use ever since. Recorded . . . Map (db m105220) HM
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022