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Historical Markers in Jones Creek, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Brazoria 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 Brazoria County, TX (176) Fort Bend County, TX (83) Galveston County, TX (337) Harris County, TX (429) Matagorda County, TX (108) Wharton County, TX (49)  BrazoriaCounty(176) Brazoria County (176)  FortBendCounty(83) Fort Bend County (83)  GalvestonCounty(337) Galveston County (337)  HarrisCounty(429) Harris County (429)  MatagordaCounty(108) Matagorda County (108)  WhartonCounty(49) Wharton County (49)
Angleton is the county seat for Brazoria County
Jones Creek is in Brazoria County
      Brazoria County (176)  
ADJACENT TO BRAZORIA COUNTY
      Fort Bend County (83)  
      Galveston County (337)  
      Harris County (429)  
      Matagorda County (108)  
      Wharton County (49)  
 
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1Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9569 — Battle of Jones Creek
Fought by Texan army of 23 men under Capt. Randal Jones (1786-1873), sent out 1824 by Stephen F. Austin to the Lower Brazos to fight cannibal Karankawa Indians. Scouts found the camp here. Attack at dawn found Indians ready with spears. Jones’ . . . Map (db m90241) HM
2Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9558 — Ellerslie Plantation
John Greenville McNeel came to Texas in 1822 with his parents and brothers. Each of the men received land grants from the Mexican government as members of Stephen F. Austin's "Old Three Hundred" colony. Located near this site was the Ellerslie . . . Map (db m9453) HM
3Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9584 — Emily Margaret Brown Austin Bryan Perry(1795 - 1851)
Born near Austinville, Virginia, as was her brother Stephen Fuller Austin (1793-1836), Emily moved with her father Moses Austin (1761-1821) and mother Maria Brown Austin (1768-1824) to Missouri in 1798. The family operated lead mines there and . . . Map (db m90628) HM
4Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — General Stephen Fuller Austin
. . . Map (db m90626) HM
5Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9565 — Gulf Prairie
Pioneer Cemetery. Originally part of Peach Point Plantation. Used by descendants of James Franklin Perry and wife, Emily Austin Bryan Perry, Stephen F. Austin’s sister, and by the community since 1829. In 1836, Austin, the “Father of . . . Map (db m90591) HM
6Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9576 — Henry William Munson(January 15, 1793 - October 6, 1833)
Heroic early Texas soldier. Fought in Battle of the Medina, near San Antonio, 1813. Returned east afterward, but moved to Texas as a colonist in 1824. Fought on behalf of Mexico to quell Fredonian Rebellion, 1827; but against Santa Anna’s agents . . . Map (db m90589) HM
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7Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9585 — James Franklin Perry(September 19, 1790 - September 13, 1853)
A native of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, James Franklin Perry moved to Potosi, Missouri, in 1808. He joined the mercantile business of his relatives Samuel and John Perry, and became a partner in 1818. While living in Potosi, Perry met and . . . Map (db m90627) HM
8Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9537 — Major Guy M. Bryan, C.S.A.1821-1901
Born in Missouri. Rode a mule to Texas in 1831 to join his uncle, Stephen F. Austin, Father of Texas. A private in Texas War for Independence. Legislator, congressman, member of Texas Secession Convention. Enlisted as a private in the Civil War, but . . . Map (db m53084) HM
9Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9541 — Major James Peckham Caldwell(January 6, 1793 - November 16, 1856)
Adjutant of the Texas army in Battle of Velasco, June 26, 1832. Wounded there, he was guarding civilians at time Texas won independence in Battle of San Jacinto, April 21, 1836. A bosom friend of Stephen F. Austin, Caldwell received land . . . Map (db m90590) HM
10Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9536 — Major Reuben R. Brown(February 3, 1808 - March 2, 1894)
In Texas War for Independence, joined Matamoros expedition of January 1836. In detachment that captured horses of Gen. Urrea of Mexican army, Brown was made captive in a counterattack, and spent 11 months in prison in Mexico, but finally escaped. . . . Map (db m90602) HM
11Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9581 — Peach Point
. . . Map (db m90243) HM
12Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 11964 — Site of Crosby's Landing
Thomas Phillip Crosby (1799-1860) came to Texas from New York in 1830. After surveying sections of land along the Colorado River in 1830, he settled on this tract along the Brazos River with an eye toward building a landing for lower Brazos River . . . Map (db m172701) HM
13Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9596 — Stringfellow Ranch
Born at Old Brazoria, Robert Edward Lee Stringfellow (1866-1941) began his career on a cattle ranch at the age of 14. Soon he acquired his own herd. He opened a Velasco meat market in 1890 and provided beef for workers building jetties at the . . . Map (db m90644) HM
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14Texas (Brazoria County), Jones Creek — 9538 — William Joel Bryan(December 14, 1815 - March 3, 1903)
Grandson of Moses Austin, whose dream of Anglo-American colony changed course of Texas history. Came to Texas with his mother and stepfather in 1831; served in Texas army from 1835 to 1838. A highly successful planter, he was instrumental in . . . Map (db m111119) HM
 
 
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Nov. 28, 2022