“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 Luckenbach, Texas

Clickable Map of Gillespie 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> Gillespie County, TX (247) Blanco County, TX (32) Kendall County, TX (86) Kerr County, TX (88) Kimble County, TX (62) Llano County, TX (43) Mason County, TX (25)  GillespieCounty(247) Gillespie County (247)  BlancoCounty(32) Blanco County (32)  KendallCounty(86) Kendall County (86)  KerrCounty(88) Kerr County (88)  KimbleCounty(62) Kimble County (62)  LlanoCounty(43) Llano County (43)  MasonCounty(25) Mason County (25)
Fredericksburg is the county seat for Gillespie County
Luckenbach is in Gillespie County
      Gillespie County (247)  
      Blanco County (32)  
      Kendall County (86)  
      Kerr County (88)  
      Kimble County (62)  
      Llano County (43)  
      Mason County (25)  
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1 Texas, Gillespie County, Luckenbach — 10036 — Engel Family
The Rev. August Engel (1818-1904), a circuit riding Methodist preacher and teacher, immigrated to Texas in 1846 from Germany. In 1859 he married Katharina Ernst (1837-1920). They had six children. August Engel served as postmaster for five . . . Map (db m157171) HM
2 Texas, Gillespie County, Luckenbach — 18645 — Jakob (Jacob) Brodbeck
Teacher and inventor Jakob Brodbeck (1821-1910) conceived the idea of building an airship while sailing to the U.S. in 1846. Born and educated as a teacher in Plattenhardt, Germany, he began teaching in the Kingdom of Württemberg, where he worked on . . . Map (db m214271) HM
3 Texas, Gillespie County, Luckenbach — 10074 — Luckenbach
Members of the Luckenbach family and other German immigrants moved here from Fredericksburg in the 1850s. They settled along Grape Creek and soon established a school for their children. The Grape Creek Post Office was in operation briefly after . . . Map (db m4654) HM
4 Texas, Gillespie County, Luckenbach — 10075 — Luckenbach School
In 1855 Pioneer area settler Peter Pehl deeded a two-acre tract of land at this site for the construction of a schoolhouse to serve the Luckenbach School District, Herman Toepperwein was the first teacher in the log building which was used until . . . Map (db m160371) HM
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Sep. 26, 2023