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Historical Markers in Enochs, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Bailey 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 Bailey County, TX (16) Cochran County, TX (7) Hockley County, TX (11) Lamb County, TX (21) Parmer County, TX (18) Curry County, NM (4) Roosevelt County, NM (5)  BaileyCounty(16) Bailey County (16)  CochranCounty(7) Cochran County (7)  HockleyCounty(11) Hockley County (11)  LambCounty(21) Lamb County (21)  ParmerCounty(18) Parmer County (18)  CurryCountyNew Mexico(4) Curry County (4)  RooseveltCounty(5) Roosevelt County (5)
Muleshoe is the county seat for Bailey County
Enochs is in Bailey County
      Bailey County (16)  
ADJACENT TO BAILEY COUNTY
      Cochran County (7)  
      Hockley County (11)  
      Lamb County (21)  
      Parmer County (18)  
      Curry County, New Mexico (4)  
      Roosevelt County, New Mexico (5)  
 
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1Texas (Bailey County), Enochs — 1103 — Coyote Lake
One of numerous natural salt lakes in the Texas Panhandle. Its waters, although brackish, have been welcome enough at various times to Indians, buffalo hunters, and thirsty cattle on hot, dry days. The lake, having a shoreline of over six and a . . . Map (db m153245) HM
2Texas (Bailey County), Enochs — 14145 — Enochs Cemetery
This burial ground has served the community of Enochs since the early 20th century. In 1924, Isaac C. Enochs, Jr. (d. 1958), a land speculator and sheep rancher, donated land for the settlement, including a site for a cemetery. The oldest interment . . . Map (db m73661) HM
3Texas (Bailey County), Enochs — 14640 — La Pista de Vida Agua
La Pista de Vida Agua (Trail of Living Water) crossed the Llano Estacado, linking several lakes in the region. Three lakes in Bailey County lie along the trail: Coyote Lake, where the Mackenzie Expedition camped; Monument Lake; and White Lake . . . Map (db m151351) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022