On State Highway 49 west of County Highway 729, on the left when traveling east.
Site of an Early Bell FoundryFrom a log blacksmith shop in 1854 grew a bell foundry owned by G. A. Kelly which manufactured cowbells widely used by pioneer ox-team freighters. Later the Kelly plow, one of the first modern plows made . . . — — Map (db m127851) HM
On Highway 49 west of Kellyville Cutoff, on the right when traveling west.
Named for George Addison Kelly - Died 1909 - Proprietor of an early foundry which cast cow bells widely used bu ox-team freighters. After 1860 his factory turned out the first modern plows used in Texas. — — Map (db m127839) HM