“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 Sabinal, Texas

Clickable Map of Uvalde 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> Uvalde County, TX (46) Bandera County, TX (36) Edwards County, TX (18) Frio County, TX (10) Kinney County, TX (39) Maverick County, TX (7) Medina County, TX (54) Real County, TX (15) Zavala County, TX (8)  UvaldeCounty(46) Uvalde County (46)  BanderaCounty(36) Bandera County (36)  EdwardsCounty(18) Edwards County (18)  FrioCounty(10) Frio County (10)  KinneyCounty(39) Kinney County (39)  MaverickCounty(7) Maverick County (7)  MedinaCounty(54) Medina County (54)  RealCounty(15) Real County (15)  ZavalaCounty(8) Zavala County (8)
Sabinal is in Uvalde County
      Uvalde County (46)  
      Bandera County (36)  
      Edwards County (18)  
      Frio County (10)  
      Kinney County (39)  
      Maverick County (7)  
      Medina County (54)  
      Real County (15)  
      Zavala County (8)  
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1Texas (Uvalde County), Sabinal — 721 — Captain John Coffee Hays
In this vicinity June 24, 1841, Captain John Coffee Hays and his Company of 16 Rangers assisted by thirty Mexicans under Captain Flores encountered ten Comanche Indians • Killed eight and captured the other two • None of the Rangers were killed . . . Map (db m64459) HM
2Texas (Uvalde County), Sabinal — 4425 — Sabinal
Named by Spanish for Rio Sabina and Cypress trees along river. Town founded in 1854 by Thomas B. Hammer who operated a stage shop and was first postmaster. Despite Indian depredations, town thrived as settlers built homes, and a railroad . . . Map (db m94690) HM
3Texas (Uvalde County), Sabinal — 4427 — Sabinal Methodist Church
This church began in 1876 as part of the Sabinal circuit assigned to the Rev. Henry T. Hill. Circuit ministers served the fellowship until 1900, when it became an organized congregation. Services were held in the Christian and Baptist church . . . Map (db m94689) HM
4Texas (Uvalde County), Sabinal — 4746 — Site of Camp Sabinal
Established July 12, 1856 by Captain Albert G. Brackett, Second U.S. Cavalry, as a protection to the San Antonio - El Paso Road and frontier settlers • Occupied by Federal troops until November, 1856 • Later served as a Ranger campMap (db m64460) HM
Nov. 28, 2021