“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 Kenedy, Texas

Clickable Map of Karnes 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> Karnes County, TX (27) Atascosa County, TX (42) Bee County, TX (29) DeWitt County, TX (54) Goliad County, TX (53) Gonzales County, TX (88) Live Oak County, TX (14) Wilson County, TX (39)  KarnesCounty(27) Karnes County (27)  AtascosaCounty(42) Atascosa County (42)  BeeCounty(29) Bee County (29)  DeWittCounty(54) DeWitt County (54)  GoliadCounty(53) Goliad County (53)  GonzalesCounty(88) Gonzales County (88)  LiveOakCounty(14) Live Oak County (14)  WilsonCounty(39) Wilson County (39)
Karnes City is the county seat for Karnes County
Kenedy is in Karnes County
      Karnes County (27)  
      Atascosa County (42)  
      Bee County (29)  
      DeWitt County (54)  
      Goliad County (53)  
      Gonzales County (88)  
      Live Oak County (14)  
      Wilson County (39)  
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1Texas (Karnes County), Kenedy — 18233 — Gregorio Cortez
On June 12, 1901, Sheriff W.T. "Brack” Morris and deputy arrived at the Thulemeyer Ranch to question Gregorio Cortez (1875-1916) about a reported horse theft in Atascosa County. A shootout ensued, leaving Sheriff Morris dead. Cortez fled the . . . Map (db m121759) HM
2Texas (Karnes County), Kenedy — 2922 — Kenedy
The town of Kenedy occupies a site that once was part of a royal Spanish land grant to Don Carlos Martinez. American settlement in the area began after the Texas War for Independence (1836). Land for a townsite was purchased in 1886 by railroad . . . Map (db m174612) HM
3Texas (Karnes County), Kenedy — 13538 — Kenedy Alien Detention Camp Cemetery
During World War II, the U.S. established three internment camps in Texas for alien civilians in the U.S. and Latin America, and one was located in Kenedy. The U.S. repatriated German, Japanese and Italian detainees in trade for American prisoners . . . Map (db m192193) HM
4Texas (Karnes County), Kenedy — 4472 — St. Matthew's Episcopal Church
Episcopal worship services were held in Kenedy as early as 1899, though the congregation of St. Matthew's was not organized as a mission until 1913, by the Rev. Alfred R.S. Garden. Designed by Frank Corby, this was the only Episcopal church in the . . . Map (db m174613) HM
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Aug. 14, 2022