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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Ingram, Texas
Location of Ingram, Texas
► Kerr County (81) ► Bandera County (36) ► Edwards County (18) ► Gillespie County (139) ► Kendall County (65) ► Kimble County (62) ► Real County (15)
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| Howard Henderson (1842 - 1908) came to Texas in 1857. He was a survivor of the Civil War Battle of the Nueces in 1862, in which he and other Unionists were ambushed by a Confederate Force near the Nueces River. He later served as a Texas Ranger. . . . — — Map (db m159832) HM|
| In 1989, Kerr County native Doug Hill finished work on the back patio on his Hunt, Texas property and was left with one extra limestone slab. As a joke, he offered it to his good friend and neighbor, Al Sheppard, who then accepted it and stood the . . . — — Map (db m175055) HM|
| Early Texas pioneer Mary Ann Kent was born in Missouri (Calloway Co.) in 1827 to Andrew and Elizabeth (Zumwalt) Kent. Their family moved to Texas in 1830, settling in Gonzales. Andrew was a carpenter, farmer and rancher before joining in the fight . . . — — Map (db m156148) HM|
| Born about 1805, Rowland Nichols settled in Kerr County where he served as county commissioner. Upon his death at the hands of Indians, Nichols was buried, as he wished, under a live oak tree on his farm on April 11, 1859. This site became a . . . — — Map (db m156146) HM|
| Settlers began arriving in this vicinity prior to the Civil War. In 1879 the Reverend J.C.W. Ingram, a Church of Christ minister from California, bought the land at this site from pioneer settler Abner McWhorter Morriss. Ingram soon opened a . . . — — Map (db m156149) HM|
| A pioneer Kerr County water-powered mill located near Kelly Creek-Guadalupe River confluence. It ground corn, sawed lumber, ginned cotton. Built in 1870s by John Sherman, it was in use until destroyed by flood in 1932. Sherman, his wife, and 8 . . . — — Map (db m162813) HM|