Geographic Sort Historical Markers in Stephenville, Texas
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Stephenville, Texas

Clickable Map of Erath 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> Erath County, TX (29) Bosque County, TX (13) Comanche County, TX (41) Eastland County, TX (45) Hamilton County, TX (31) Hood County, TX (25) Palo Pinto County, TX (28) Somervell County, TX (8)  ErathCounty(29) Erath County (29)  BosqueCounty(13) Bosque County (13)  ComancheCounty(41) Comanche County (41)  EastlandCounty(45) Eastland County (45)  HamiltonCounty(31) Hamilton County (31)  HoodCounty(25) Hood County (25)  PaloPintoCounty(28) Palo Pinto County (28)  SomervellCounty(8) Somervell County (8)
Stephenville is in Erath County
    Erath County (29)
    Bosque County (13)
    Comanche County (41)
    Eastland County (45)
    Hamilton County (31)
    Hood County (25)
    Palo Pinto County (28)
    Somervell County (8)
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1Texas (Erath County), Stephenville — 17212 — Corinth Cemetery
In 1880, North Carolina native Dr. William Wallace McNeill and his wife, Elizabeth Ann (Bell), deeded land to the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, for a church, school and cemetery. The burial ground is the last remaining historic trace of the . . . Map (db m174942) HM
2Texas (Erath County), Stephenville — 6397 — Daniel Roberts Thornton and Mary Anna (Garland) Thornton(1833-1911) and (1837-1906)
D. R. Thornton from Mississippi married Mary Anna, daughter of frontier fighter Peter Garland in Anderson County, Texas, in 1853. The Thorntons settled here in 1857 as cattleraisers, and helped make this frontier safe for less hardy citizens. Mrs. . . . Map (db m83867) HM
3Texas (Erath County), Stephenville — 15792 — Erath Arches
The Erath Arches were constructed in honor of soldier, surveyor, and legislator George B. Erath (1813-1891), for whom Erath County was named in 1856. The monument was one of many built around the state to celebrate the 1936 centennial of Texas . . . Map (db m117455) HM
4Texas (Erath County), Stephenville — In Memory of George Bernhard Erath
Protector of the Texas frontier. Hero of San Jacinto. Major in the Confederate Army. Member of the Texas Congress and Legislature. Born in Vienna, Austria January 1, 1813. Died at Waco, Texas May 15, 1891. Erath County was named in his honor. . . . Map (db m117456) HM
5Texas (Erath County), Stephenville — 13203 — Oak Dale Cemetery
Founders of Oak Dale community began arriving in 1867. They included: John R. Pickard; George Lidia, who became Pickard's son-in-law; the Rev. James M. Johnson, a Methodist minister; and William Jasper Mefferd. These men and their families, . . . Map (db m83874) HM
Oct. 19, 2021