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Historical Markers in Gatesville, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Coryell 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 Coryell County, TX (11) Bell County, TX (144) Bosque County, TX (19) Hamilton County, TX (32) Lampasas County, TX (58) McLennan County, TX (127)  CoryellCounty(11) Coryell County (11)  BellCounty(144) Bell County (144)  BosqueCounty(19) Bosque County (19)  HamiltonCounty(32) Hamilton County (32)  LampasasCounty(58) Lampasas County (58)  McLennanCounty(127) McLennan County (127)
Gatesville is the county seat for Coryell County
Gatesville is in Coryell County
      Coryell County (11)  
ADJACENT TO CORYELL COUNTY
      Bell County (144)  
      Bosque County (19)  
      Hamilton County (32)  
      Lampasas County (58)  
      McLennan County (127)  
 
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1Texas (Coryell County), Gatesville — 28 — 1904 Leon River Bridge
The route once known as the Old Georgetown Road was in existence by 1854 and crossed the Leon River here. A ferry operated at this crossing as early as 1854 and was owned by R.G. Grant, a local entrepreneur and land developer. The Bowstring . . . Map (db m69907) HM
2Texas (Coryell County), Gatesville — 17087 — Fort Hood Communities
On January 15, 1942, the U.S. Army established a tank destroyer tactical and firing center near Killeen covering more than 100 square miles. Camp Hood (later Fort Hood) would be used to train fifty battalions of about 1,000 men each for World War . . . Map (db m186759) HM
3Texas (Coryell County), Gatesville — 2113 — Gatesville
County seat of Coryell County, Gatesville began in 1854 after the county was created. Richard Grant, an Indian trader and local landowner, donated the townsite. It was named for Old Fort Gates (1849-1852), which had been established 5 miles east for . . . Map (db m70078) HM
4Texas (Coryell County), Gatesville — 2352 — Hammack Building
The Hammack Building is located on property once owned by John Chrisman, who helped survey the town of Gatesville in 1854. The building was constructed by W. W. Hammack (1860-1913) in the late 1800s. Over the years, the Hammack family leased the . . . Map (db m70111) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022