“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 Jarrell, 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;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Williamson County, TX (237) Bastrop County, TX (91) Bell County, TX (163) Burnet County, TX (80) Lee County, TX (39) Milam County, TX (56) Travis County, TX (510)  WilliamsonCounty(237) Williamson County (237)  BastropCounty(91) Bastrop County (91)  BellCounty(163) Bell County (163)  BurnetCounty(80) Burnet County (80)  LeeCounty(39) Lee County (39)  MilamCounty(56) Milam County (56)  TravisCounty(510) Travis County (510)
Georgetown is the county seat for Williamson County
Jarrell is in Williamson County
      Williamson County (237)  
      Bastrop County (91)  
      Bell County (163)  
      Burnet County (80)  
      Lee County (39)  
      Milam County (56)  
      Travis County (510)  
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1 Texas, Williamson County, Jarrell — 14014 — Corn Hill Community
Settled primarily by settlers from Texas and the southern states, Corn Hill was one of the earliest communities in Williamson County. John E. King, county judge from 1858 to 1860, named it for the home he built on a hill and nearby cornfield in . . . Map (db m28811) HM
2 Texas, Williamson County, Jarrell — 9044 — Cornhill Cemetery
Established in 1886 on a two-acre site deeded to Cornhill Masonic Lodge No. 567 by Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bridges. Interred here are community leaders, three Civil War soldiers, and veterans of other wars. Maintained by Cornhill Cemetery Association . . . Map (db m2844) HM
3 Texas, Williamson County, Jarrell — 14009 — Daniel Harrison
Tennessee native Daniel Harrison (1816-1870) migrated to Texas in 1835. He served with Texan forces during the Texas Revolution, and as a volunteer for the Republic’s militia. He was in the 1839 Battle of the Neches. In 1840, Harrison married . . . Map (db m28812) HM
4 Texas, Williamson County, Jarrell — 15926 — Jarrell
During the early 1900s, plans were made for the construction of the Bartlett and Western Railway to run from Bartlett to Florence. The line was to serve as a feeder to the MK&T (Katy) Railroad, which passed daily through Bartlett. Temple real . . . Map (db m80602) HM
5 Texas, Williamson County, Jarrell — 16341 — Land Cemetery
This burial ground originally served the Corn Hill community, an early Williamson County settlement named by county judge John E. King for the fields of corn surrounding his home. By the 1880s, Corn Hill had a post office, businesses, churches, . . . Map (db m125513) HM
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Jul. 23, 2024