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Historical Markers in Hico, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Erath 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 Erath County, TX (57) Bosque County, TX (19) Comanche County, TX (45) Eastland County, TX (46) Hamilton County, TX (32) Hood County, TX (27) Palo Pinto County, TX (28) Somervell County, TX (18)  ErathCounty(57) Erath County (57)  BosqueCounty(19) Bosque County (19)  ComancheCounty(45) Comanche County (45)  EastlandCounty(46) Eastland County (46)  HamiltonCounty(32) Hamilton County (32)  HoodCounty(27) Hood County (27)  PaloPintoCounty(28) Palo Pinto County (28)  SomervellCounty(18) Somervell County (18)
Stephenville is the county seat for Erath County
Hico is in Erath County
      Erath County (57)  
ADJACENT TO ERATH COUNTY
      Bosque County (19)  
      Comanche County (45)  
      Eastland County (46)  
      Hamilton County (32)  
      Hood County (27)  
      Palo Pinto County (28)  
      Somervell County (18)  
 
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1Texas (Erath County), Hico — 901 — Clairette Schoolhouse
The first Clairette schoolhouse was a one-room log structure built as early as 1871. This two-story building was constructed in 1912, one year after the creation of the Clairette Independent School District. It served until 1949, when the rural . . . Map (db m117789) HM
2Texas (Hamilton County), Hico — 12899 — First United Methodist Church of Hico
In 1881, the Rev. John W. Hearn and Elder L.B. Hickman led 29 members in a newly organized Methodist church in Hico. The congregation held its early services in the Hico schoolhouse, and charter members included the L.T. Dillashaw, J.B. Hillyer, . . . Map (db m121023) HM
3Texas (Hamilton County), Hico — 16535 — John Rankin Alford
John Rankin Alford was born in Tennessee in 1834, and he arrived in Hamilton County, Texas, in 1860 with his wife Martha Ann (Malone). The couple settled on Honey Creek and Alford began selling goods that he had brought with him by wagon and also . . . Map (db m177613) HM
4Texas (Hamilton County), Hico — 2497 — Old Hico
This site on Honey Creek marks the beginning in 1856 of the settlement of Hico. Earliest families to locate here J. G. Barbee, James R. and Henry Fuller, Isaac Steen, Isaac and Thomas Malone. In 1860 John R. Alford, a merchant, became the . . . Map (db m201779) HM
5Texas (Hamilton County), Hico — 3847 — Olin Baptist Church
Founded in 1878 by five charter members, this church originally was named Kings Chapel. It was also known as Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church and as Dry Fork Church. The church deacons purchased land at this site in 1899, and when a post . . . Map (db m167851) HM
6Texas (Hamilton County), Hico — 9411 — United Methodist Church of Fairy
First church organized in Fairy. Chartered as "Martin's Gap Methodist Mission" on July 3, 1886, under the Rev. J. S. Moore. Charter members were Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Steward, Lee Anderson, and Mesdames Hattie Chenault, G. . . . Map (db m89613) HM
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7Texas (Hill County), Hico — 5535 — Town of Penelope
Founded by International and Great Northern Railroad in 1902. Named for child of official. Settled by Anglos and Czechs from Zee Vee, older town (1/2 mile south) founded in 1893. New town prospered; incorporated, 1913. Good well water was found in . . . Map (db m109829) HM
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022