“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Leming

Clickable Map of Atascosa 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> Atascosa County, TX (40) Bexar County, TX (223) Frio County, TX (1) Karnes County, TX (18) La Salle County, TX (8) Live Oak County, TX (10) McMullen County, TX (15) Medina County, TX (33) Wilson County, TX (15)  AtascosaCounty(40) Atascosa County (40)  BexarCounty(223) Bexar County (223)  FrioCounty(1) Frio County (1)  KarnesCounty(18) Karnes County (18)  LaSalleCounty(8) La Salle County (8)  LiveOakCounty(10) Live Oak County (10)  McMullenCounty(15) McMullen County (15)  MedinaCounty(33) Medina County (33)  WilsonCounty(15) Wilson County (15)
Leming, Texas and Vicinity
    Atascosa County (40)
    Bexar County (223)
    Frio County (1)
    Karnes County (18)
    La Salle County (8)
    Live Oak County (10)
    McMullen County (15)
    Medina County (33)
    Wilson County (15)
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1Texas (Atascosa County), Leming — 13310 — Battle of Medina
Texas' bloodiest military engagement -- the Battle of Medina -- may have taken place in this general vicinity in 1813. The early 19th century was a time of political upheaval, and in 1812, while the U.S. was at war with England, Spain faced . . . — Map (db m56597) HM
2Texas (Atascosa County), Leming — 13779 — Brite Cemetery
Brite Cemetery has served citizens of Atascosa County since the 1850s. It was formally set aside when Thomas Ransdele Brite passed away in 1859, though the earliest marked burial is that of his infant son, Dan (d. 1854). Thomas Brite was born in . . . — Map (db m56588) HM
3Texas (Atascosa County), Leming — 4681 — Shiloh Cemetery
The first burial in this graveyard, that of fourteen-year-old John Uzell, took place in 1857. The land at that time belonged to Isaac H. Cavender, Sr., who was related to Uzell. Cavender allowed other burials on his property and soon the graveyard . . . — Map (db m56610) HM
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Dec. 5, 2020