“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 Markley, Texas

Clickable Map of Archer 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> Archer County, TX (19) Baylor County, TX (7) Clay County, TX (4) Jack County, TX (20) Throckmorton County, TX (11) Wichita County, TX (34) Wilbarger County, TX (17) Young County, TX (44)  ArcherCounty(19) Archer County (19)  BaylorCounty(7) Baylor County (7)  ClayCounty(4) Clay County (4)  JackCounty(20) Jack County (20)  ThrockmortonCounty(11) Throckmorton County (11)  WichitaCounty(34) Wichita County (34)  WilbargerCounty(17) Wilbarger County (17)  YoungCounty(44) Young County (44)
Archer City is the county seat for Archer County
Markley is in Archer County
      Archer County (19)  
      Baylor County (7)  
      Clay County (4)  
      Jack County (20)  
      Throckmorton County (11)  
      Wichita County (34)  
      Wilbarger County (17)  
      Young County (44)  
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1Texas, Archer County, Markley — Indian Exodus 1859
On August 3, 1859 US Indian Agent Robt. S. Neighbors passed this way and camped near here with 1,051 Indians, carts, wagons, cattle, horses and four companies of US Cavalry and Infantry en route to Indian Territory Oklahoma to relocate the tribes . . . Map (db m157928) HM
2Texas, Young County, Markley — 3220 — Markley Cemetery Decoration Day
Cemetery was begun in 1881, with interment of M. C. Norfleet, adjacent to the old Plum Grove School. By 1890, the burial ground had fallen to neglect. A group of men from the surrounding rural community, including J. C. Calvin, J. W. Cox, R. E. . . . Map (db m156029) HM
3Texas, Young County, Markley — 5432 — The Stone Houses
Named for shapes resembling teepees; an Indian ceremonial ground, yielding war paint. In famed "Battle of Stone Houses," Nov. 10, 1837, Lt. A. Van Benthousen and 18 Rangers (hunting stolen horses) were attacked 1.5 miles west of here by 150 . . . Map (db m156030) HM
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Feb. 5, 2023