“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Flatonia, Texas

Clickable Map of Fayette 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> Fayette County, TX (138) Austin County, TX (115) Bastrop County, TX (77) Caldwell County, TX (63) Colorado County, TX (114) Gonzales County, TX (90) Lavaca County, TX (96) Lee County, TX (32) Washington County, TX (132)  FayetteCounty(138) Fayette County (138)  AustinCounty(115) Austin County (115)  BastropCounty(77) Bastrop County (77)  CaldwellCounty(63) Caldwell County (63)  ColoradoCounty(114) Colorado County (114)  GonzalesCounty(90) Gonzales County (90)  LavacaCounty(96) Lavaca County (96)  LeeCounty(32) Lee County (32)  WashingtonCounty(132) Washington County (132)
La Grange is the county seat for Fayette County
Flatonia is in Fayette County
      Fayette County (138)  
      Austin County (115)  
      Bastrop County (77)  
      Caldwell County (63)  
      Colorado County (114)  
      Gonzales County (90)  
      Lavaca County (96)  
      Lee County (32)  
      Washington County (132)  
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1Texas (Fayette County), Flatonia — 970 — Colony Cemetery
The Colony Community settled in the 1870s by former residents of Mississippi, at one time included three churches, several stores, and a post office. John A. and Margaret Young donated land at this site in 1876 for a Methodist church and cemetery. . . . Map (db m180692) HM
2Texas (Fayette County), Flatonia — 1906 — Flatonia
Market town for rich agricultural area, on one of this state's earliest railroads (chartered 1841 by the Republic of Texas). Situated on land granted in 1840s to rancher William A. Faires. Germans began to settle here in 1860s, and soon needed a . . . Map (db m163254) HM
3Texas (Fayette County), Flatonia — 1908 — Flatonia City Hospital and Opera House Reported missing
Dr. George Washington Allen (1849-1903) founded the Flatonia City Hospital in 1896, and this building was completed the following year to serve the medical needs of the growing railroad town. About 1910 the second floor hospital space became the . . . Map (db m76915) HM
4Texas (Fayette County), Flatonia — 1909 — Flatonia Methodist Church
Founded about 1855 as Lane's Chapel by Alabaman settlers, including Texas Declaration of Independence signer William Menefee. Group met in log cabin (about 6 miles NE), then erected church school building (1859) at Pine Springs. Flatonia was . . . Map (db m163248) HM
5Texas (Fayette County), Flatonia — Mike Schulze Building
Early owners of this property were Friedrich William Flato, Jr., S.L. Mateer and brothers, George Matula, Anton Freytag and John H. Sloma. The John H. Sloma Family sold this property to Doctor F.W.B. Rockett in 1946. Doctor Rockett built the . . . Map (db m163273) HM
6Texas (Fayette County), Flatonia — 15738 — Olle Hotel
This two-story brick structure was built between 1896 and 1901 by Flatonia Physician G.W. Allen, Sr. The first known use of the building as a hotel occurred in 1915, when it was purchased and operated by Carrie Snell. Flatonia's railroads created . . . Map (db m163253) HM
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7Texas (Fayette County), Flatonia — The American Doughboy
Dedicated the 12th of November, 1989, this memorial honors the men and women of the Flatonia area who served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America. It stands in proud remembrance of their achievements in helping defend our country . . . Map (db m163250) WM
8Texas (Fayette County), Flatonia — 5778 — Wheeler Building
This commercial vernacular building was built for W.H. and Emma Wheeler in 1907 by Allen Brothers Construction Company. Built of locally made bricks, the structure exhibits Romanesque Revival style influences and features corbelled brickwork, . . . Map (db m76914) HM
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Dec. 10, 2022