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Historical Markers in Euless, Texas

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Fort Worth is the county seat for Tarrant County
Euless is in Tarrant County
      Tarrant County (338)  
      Dallas County (392)  
      Denton County (106)  
      Ellis County (111)  
      Johnson County (56)  
      Parker County (64)  
      Wise County (54)  
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1 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless — 17042 — Alexander Dobkins Family Cemetery
Pioneer area settlers Alexander Dobkins (1815-1869) and his wife Mary (1818-1880) migrated to Texas from Tennessee in 1852. Ordained as a minister in the nearby Bear Creek Baptist Church, Alexander also served as postmaster for the local community . . . Map (db m92008) HM
2 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless — Arwine CemeteryHurst Historical Landmark
Arwine Cemetery is named for Daniel Arwine, a local community pioneer. On June 23, 1879, Daniel Arwine deeded six acres for school, church, and cemetery purposes. At the time of his donation, there was no church, school, or cemetery in the area. . . . Map (db m228404) HM
3 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless — 218 — Arwine Cemetery
Pioneer Daniel Arwine (1830-1887) migrated to Texas from Indiana in 1865. A deputy U.S. Marshall, Arwine deeded six acres for a school, church and cemetery in 1879. The schoolhouse served for worship services and gatherings. First burial in this . . . Map (db m228324) HM
4 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless — 346 — Bear Creek Cemetery
This cemetery was developed adjacent to the site of the Bear Creek Missionary Baptist Church, which was organized in 1853. The earliest marked grave is that of Hiram Jackson Farris (d. 1858), the infant son of G.W. and Mary Farris. Isham Crowley . . . Map (db m214272) HM
5 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless — 14831 — Commercial Horticulture in Euless
Launched in Euless by pioneer nurserymen, commercial horticulture has been vital to the area's economy since the 1800s. Ideally situated for horticultural production, Euless sits on sandy soil well adapted for plant cultivation. Ambrose H. Boyd . . . Map (db m228322) HM
6 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless — 1453 — Elisha Adam Euless
Elisha Adam Euless (1848-1911) migrated to Texas in 1867 from Bedford county, Tennessee and settled in Tarrant County. In July 1870 Euless married Judy Ann Trigg, also a Tennessee native. He began farming and bought land in 1871. Euless was . . . Map (db m228320) HM
7 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless — 15815 — Euless School
In 1913, patrons of three area elementary schools – Euless and Tarrant in the Euless District and Evatt (Crossroads) in the Evatt District – successfully petitioned Tarrant County Commissioners Court to merge and create the Euless Common . . . Map (db m117437) HM
8 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless, Mosier Valley — 4447 — Saint John Missionary Baptist Church
In 1874 a small group of former slaves met at the the home of Frank Young and organized this congregation, which originally was named Oak Grove Baptist Church. During the late 19th-century pastorate of the Rev. Jim Carroll, the name was changed to . . . Map (db m192185) HM
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9 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless, Mosier Valley — 4839 — Site of Mosier Valley School
In 1870, former slaves Robert and Dilsie Johnson received a 40-acre tract of land here as a wedding gift from plantation owner Lucy Lee. Soon other freedmen settled in Mosier Valley, and in 1883 a community school was organized. A schoolhouse, . . . Map (db m170818) HM
10 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless, North Arlington — 638 — Calloway Cemetery
The earliest marked graves in this cemetery are those of two brothers, Richard H. Calloway (1832-1874) and Joseph W. Calloway (1829-1877), who owned this land in the 1860s. Richard's widow Catherine (Coble) deeded 1.5 acres here in 1886 for use as . . . Map (db m142610) HM
11 Texas, Tarrant County, Euless, North Arlington — 4731 — Site of Bird's Fort Reported missing
Established in 1840 by Jonathan Bird on the Military Road from Red River to Austin. In its vicinity an important Indian treaty, marking the line between the Indians and the White settlements, was signed September 29, 1843 by Edward H. Tarrant and . . . Map (db m213901) HM
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Apr. 18, 2024