“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 Flower Mound, Texas

Clickable Map of Denton 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> Denton County, TX (119) Collin County, TX (204) Cooke County, TX (41) Dallas County, TX (401) Grayson County, TX (104) Tarrant County, TX (356) Wise County, TX (59)  DentonCounty(119) Denton County (119)  CollinCounty(204) Collin County (204)  CookeCounty(41) Cooke County (41)  DallasCounty(401) Dallas County (401)  GraysonCounty(104) Grayson County (104)  TarrantCounty(356) Tarrant County (356)  WiseCounty(59) Wise County (59)
Denton is the county seat for Denton County
Flower Mound is in Denton County
      Denton County (119)  
      Collin County (204)  
      Cooke County (41)  
      Dallas County (401)  
      Grayson County (104)  
      Tarrant County (356)  
      Wise County (59)  
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1 Texas, Denton County, Flower Mound — 389 — Bethel Community
Settlement of this area began in the 1850s. Among the pioneer families were those of Samuel K. Smith, Anderson Nowlin, William Crawford, and Sam Lusk. As family farms were established, a loosely organized rural community was formed. By the . . . Map (db m238069) HM
2 Texas, Denton County, Flower Mound — 1926 — Flower Mound
Settlers of the Peters Colony named this smooth, dome-shaped hill for the abundant wild flowers that grow on it. Rising fifty feet above the surrounding prairie, Flower Mound, long has been a point of interest in the area. According to local . . . Map (db m192489) HM
3 Texas, Denton County, Flower Mound — 1927 — Flower Mound Presbyterian Church
. . . Map (db m146923) HM
4 Texas, Denton County, Flower Mound — 11846 — McCombs Cemetery
The history of this small community cemetery dates to the 1850s, before Denton was selected as county seat. The site contains graves of early pioneers of the Lewisville-Flower Mound area. Settlers included Nehemiah Wade Boyd (1823-1856), his . . . Map (db m105529) HM
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Jul. 24, 2024