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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Lytle

 
Clickable Map of Atascosa 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 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 (14) 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(14) McMullen County (14)  MedinaCounty(33) Medina County (33)  WilsonCounty(15) Wilson County (15)
Lytle, 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 (14)
    Medina County (33)
    Wilson County (15)
 
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1Texas (Atascosa County), Lytle — 61 — Atascosa Lodge No. 379, A.F. and A.M.
Organized by eleven Master Masons in Benton City in 1872 and chartered June 9, 1873, by Grand Lodge of Texas. First hall, erected of stone in 1876, provided space for public school. The lodge, which has furnished social and cultural leadership to . . . — Map (db m56586) HM
2Texas (Atascosa County), Lytle — 373 — Benton City Cemetery(Established 1870)
First public cemetery in this community, which was famous in early days for its outstanding school, aggressive businesses, and newspaper, the Benton City "Era." Site was given by James M. Jones, farmer-livestock raiser and leading citizen, whose . . . — Map (db m56587) HM
3Texas (Atascosa County), Lytle — 1650 — First Baptist Church of Lytle
Dr. J.V.E. Covey and 16 charter members organized this church in April 1893 and held their first meeting under a stand of oak trees. A small frame building was later built, becoming their first permanent church building. Early baptisms were . . . — Map (db m56593) HM
4Texas (Atascosa County), Lytle — 3158 — Lytle Methodist Church
According to oral history, the Lytle Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was founded in 1889. W.C. Newton, a local farmer and preacher, became known as "The Father of the Lytle Methodist Church" due to his efforts to establish a permanent place of . . . — Map (db m56596) HM
 
 
  
 
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