“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 Damon, Texas

Clickable Map of Brazoria 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> Brazoria County, TX (182) Fort Bend County, TX (122) Galveston County, TX (373) Harris County, TX (532) Matagorda County, TX (109) Wharton County, TX (50)  BrazoriaCounty(182) Brazoria County (182)  FortBendCounty(122) Fort Bend County (122)  GalvestonCounty(373) Galveston County (373)  HarrisCounty(532) Harris County (532)  MatagordaCounty(109) Matagorda County (109)  WhartonCounty(50) Wharton County (50)
Angleton is the county seat for Brazoria County
Damon is in Brazoria County
      Brazoria County (182)  
      Fort Bend County (122)  
      Galveston County (373)  
      Harris County (532)  
      Matagorda County (109)  
      Wharton County (50)  
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1 Texas, Brazoria County, Damon — 9556 — Abraham Darst
Emigrated to Texas from Missouri in 1827 as an Austin Colonist • Participated in the Battle of Velasco, 1832 • Five of his sons were in the Army of Texas in 1836 • Born May 14, 1786 • Died in December, 1833 Erected by the State of Texas . . . Map (db m158869) HM
2 Texas, Brazoria County, Damon — 9551 — Damon Cemetery
One of oldest cemeteries in Brazoria County. Started Dec.13, 1837, with burial of Sylvester Winn Damon, a relative, on the 1829 land grant of Abraham Darst, Austin Colony settler. Use of this burial ground was begun within a year of founding of . . . Map (db m158850) HM
3 Texas, Brazoria County, Damon — 9555 — Edmund Calloway Darst
A San Jacinto Veteran Born in Missouri 1815 Died in 1838 Erected by the State of Texas 1936Map (db m158863) HM
4 Texas, Brazoria County, Damon — 9552 — Samuel Damon
Born in Massachusetts. Came to Texas in 1831. Served in Texas Revolution at Siege of Bexar as Wagonmaster for Stephen F. Austin, "Father of Texas". Stole the bells of Mission Concepcion (Property of Mexico, Texas' enemy) to melt into bullets. Also . . . Map (db m158873) HM
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Jun. 16, 2024