“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 Doss, Texas

Clickable Map of Gillespie 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> Gillespie County, TX (251) Blanco County, TX (42) Kendall County, TX (86) Kerr County, TX (97) Kimble County, TX (64) Llano County, TX (42) Mason County, TX (38)  GillespieCounty(251) Gillespie County (251)  BlancoCounty(42) Blanco County (42)  KendallCounty(86) Kendall County (86)  KerrCounty(97) Kerr County (97)  KimbleCounty(64) Kimble County (64)  LlanoCounty(42) Llano County (42)  MasonCounty(38) Mason County (38)
Fredericksburg is the county seat for Gillespie County
Doss is in Gillespie County
      Gillespie County (251)  
      Blanco County (42)  
      Kendall County (86)  
      Kerr County (97)  
      Kimble County (64)  
      Llano County (42)  
      Mason County (38)  
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1 Texas, Gillespie County, Doss — 10068 — Lange's Mill
Established in 1849 by Doss brothers. Operated 1859-1878 by William F. Lange; 1878-1888 by Julius Lange. Its products were famed throughout the region. One of the last of the old burr mills in Texas; one of few in as perfect a state of preservation. . . . Map (db m91745) HM
2 Texas, Gillespie County, Doss — 12788 — Squaw Creek Primitive Baptist Church
Ten charter members constituted Squaw Creek Primitive Baptist Church in 1901, and Elder S.N. Redford served as pastor from 1901 until 1907. Services were held in homes and in the Squaw Creek School until 1911, when members began meeting in the . . . Map (db m91743) HM
3 Texas, Gillespie County, Doss — 10108 — St. Peter Lutheran Church
Organized by German Lutherans in September 1896 under a brush arbor at nearby Lange’s Mill, this church has been part of Gillespie County history for over 100 years. A frame church building erected in 1898 was replaced by this Gothic Revival . . . Map (db m91744) HM
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Dec. 5, 2023