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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Richland, Texas
Location of Richland, Texas
► Navarro County (78) ► Ellis County (57) ► Freestone County (26) ► Henderson County (22) ► Hill County (46) ► Limestone County (38)
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| Founded 1847 on remote frontier, by efforts of the Rev. J.E. Ferguson and the Rev. J.G. Hardin. In 1966 the American Association of Methodist Historical Societies honored Richland as the oldest continuing congregation in Central Texas Annual . . . — — Map (db m164954) HM|
| In Memory of 1st Lt. Charles W. Hunter U.S. 8th Air Force 1942 - 1945 Flag Lighting Honors Our Veterans April 17, 2015 — — Map (db m164971) WM|
| In town founded after the Houston & Texas Central Railroad bypassed older villages. An early store was moved from Pisgah Ridge (5 Mi. W) by J.T. and Prudence Anderson Patrick, who settled in Richland in 1870. They had three sons, Walter, Jim, and . . . — — Map (db m164960) HM|