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Historical Markers in Keller, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Tarrant 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 Tarrant County, TX (237) Dallas County, TX (371) Denton County, TX (92) Ellis County, TX (79) Johnson County, TX (46) Parker County, TX (46) Wise County, TX (49)  TarrantCounty(237) Tarrant County (237)  DallasCounty(371) Dallas County (371)  DentonCounty(92) Denton County (92)  EllisCounty(79) Ellis County (79)  JohnsonCounty(46) Johnson County (46)  ParkerCounty(46) Parker County (46)  WiseCounty(49) Wise County (49)
Fort Worth is the county seat for Tarrant County
Keller is in Tarrant County
      Tarrant County (237)  
ADJACENT TO TARRANT COUNTY
      Dallas County (371)  
      Denton County (92)  
      Ellis County (79)  
      Johnson County (46)  
      Parker County (46)  
      Wise County (49)  
 
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1Texas (Tarrant County), Keller — 470 — Bourland Cemetery
Aurelius Delphus Bourland (1840-1904), a North Carolina native and a veteran of the Civil War, bought land here in 1873. A farmer and Primitive Baptist preacher, he first used this site as a family cemetery. The earliest marked grave is that of . . . Map (db m171411) HM
2Texas (Tarrant County), Keller — 3490 — Mount Gilead Baptist Church
The earliest religious meetings here began in the late 1840s as part of Lonesome Dove Baptist Church. The Mt. Gilead Congregation was chartered in 1850 under the direction of the Rev. John Allen Freeman (1821-1919) with 8 members, including 2 . . . Map (db m188449) HM
3Texas (Tarrant County), Keller — 3492 — Mount Gilead Cemetery
This burial ground originally served a pioneer settlement of related families who migrated to the area from Missouri in 1847 as members of the Peters Colony. They were headed by a widow, Permelia Allen (d. 1866), who is buried here in an unmarked . . . Map (db m183274) HM
4Texas (Tarrant County), Keller — 4034 — Pioneer Stone Burial Cairns
Scattered throughout many of the pioneer cemeteries in Texas are unusual stone structurers, or burial cairns, built by the early settlers to memorialize their dead. Primarily surface structures of native stone, the cairns vary in design and . . . Map (db m170847) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Sep. 29, 2022