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Historical Markers in Hutto, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Williamson 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 Williamson County, TX (231) Bastrop County, TX (77) Bell County, TX (114) Burnet County, TX (77) Lee County, TX (32) Milam County, TX (46) Travis County, TX (494)  WilliamsonCounty(231) Williamson County (231)  BastropCounty(77) Bastrop County (77)  BellCounty(114) Bell County (114)  BurnetCounty(77) Burnet County (77)  LeeCounty(32) Lee County (32)  MilamCounty(46) Milam County (46)  TravisCounty(494) Travis County (494)
Georgetown is the county seat for Williamson County
Hutto is in Williamson County
      Williamson County (231)  
ADJACENT TO WILLIAMSON COUNTY
      Bastrop County (77)  
      Bell County (114)  
      Burnet County (77)  
      Lee County (32)  
      Milam County (46)  
      Travis County (494)  
 
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1Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 9106 — Hutto
Located near Shiloh, one of the earliest villages in Williamson County, this area was settled in 1855 by J. E. Hutto (1824-1914) and Adam Orgain, a former slave. Hutto sold land for this townsite to the International & Great . . . Map (db m114953) HM
2Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 9107 — Hutto Baptist Church
Hutto Baptist Church was formally organized in 1882. Served by ministers Abram Weaver and Joseph Gronde, the congregation met in the local schoolhouse until a sanctuary was constructed in 1883. Destroyed by a storm in 1886, it was rebuilt twice . . . Map (db m25947) HM
3Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 13477 — Hutto Cemetery
T.A. Boatright buried a family child and her husband, E.B., here in the late 1880s when the site was known as Elmwood Cemetery. In 1889, she bought land here from C.P. and Julia Crews. Several graves already existed in addition to those of her . . . Map (db m4299) HM
4Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 9108 — Hutto Evangelical Lutheran Church
Lutheran church services in Hutto can be traced to 1890, when ministers M. Noyd and Gustav Berglund of the Palm Valley Lutheran Church at Brushy (now Round Rock) conducted occasional services for the area's rapidly growing Swedish population. In . . . Map (db m4300) HM
5Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 13246 — Hutto Lutheran Cemetery
In 1892, several Swedish immigrants who had settled in the Hutto area established the Swedish Lutheran Evangelical Church. In 1894 a tornado destroyed the first sanctuary, built by members on Short Street. After utilizing a second church building . . . Map (db m42427) HM
6Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 9109 — Hutto United Methodist Church
This church was formed from two earlier congregations that worshiped in this area. In the late 1870s an American Methodist fellowship began meeting in the Shiloh Schoolhouse (3 mi. SE). They later shared the building of the Hutto Cumberland . . . Map (db m25949) HM
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7Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 12829 — Klattenhoff House
German native William Klattenhoff (1855–1928) immigrated to Texas in 1872 at age 17. His work on the International and Great Northern Railroad brought him to Hutto, where he purchased land in 1876. Upon his marriage to Alvina Plattow . . . Map (db m4441) HM
8Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 12303 — Monodale Community
When Texas was readmitted to the Union in 1870, the land in this area was owned by three families, including that of nationally known political statesman Edward Mandell House. Known as Stringtown, the area was so well populated by 1893 that House . . . Map (db m4738) HM
9Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 9312 — Norman's Crossing
The settlement of Avery was established in the mid-1800s by Daniel Kimbro, veteran of the Mexican War and Williamson County pioneer. The small farming community later was known as Norman’s Crossing after pioneer M.B. Norman (1856-1921) who came to . . . Map (db m25418) HM
10Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 9336 — Saul Cemetery
The Saul family settled along Brushy Creek in Williamson County about 1850. One brother, Charles Saul (b. 1818), bought this 640-acre tract in 1862. This part of the ranch was first used as a family burial ground upon Charles’ death on June 22, . . . Map (db m25506) HM
11Texas (Williamson County), Hutto — 15934 — Shiloh-McCutcheon Cemetery
The community of Shiloh dates from 1848, when both Nelson Morey and Josiah Taylor established stores in this area. Shiloh spread along the banks of Brushy Creek near Wilbarger Crossing, which was later called Shiloh Crossing and Rogan Crossing. . . . Map (db m25950) HM
 
 
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Sep. 25, 2022