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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Yancey, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Medina 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 Medina County, TX (49) Atascosa County, TX (40) Bandera County, TX (33) Bexar County, TX (264) Frio County, TX (10) Uvalde County, TX (46) Zavala County, TX (8)  MedinaCounty(49) Medina County (49)  AtascosaCounty(40) Atascosa County (40)  BanderaCounty(33) Bandera County (33)  BexarCounty(264) Bexar County (264)  FrioCounty(10) Frio County (10)  UvaldeCounty(46) Uvalde County (46)  ZavalaCounty(8) Zavala County (8)
Location of Yancey, Texas
    Medina County (49)
    Atascosa County (40)
    Bandera County (33)
    Bexar County (264)
    Frio County (10)
    Uvalde County (46)
    Zavala County (8)
 
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1Texas (Medina County), Yancey — 5217 — Tehuacana Cemetery
Original 1.86 acre site given by James E. and Amanda R. Bandy. First burial was in 1875. Community acquired adjoining 3.6 acres in 1880 for a log church and a day, writing, and music school; added 6.2 acres in 1881 for a frame parsonage and church . . . Map (db m162646) HM
2Texas (Medina County), Yancey — 12556 — Yancey United Methodist Church
Completed in 1925, this church building resulted from the combination of two neighboring Methodist congregations. Circuit-riding Methodist preacher A.J. Potter began holding services in a log schoolhouse south of Yancey in 1875. That congregation . . . Map (db m162644) HM
3Texas (Medina County), Yancey — Yancey, Texas
Yancey is one of the small, historic and unincorporated communities in Medina County. Named for sons of the original townsite's owners, Yancey Kilgore and Yancey Strait, the community was known as "Tehuacana" or "Moss" in earlier times. In . . . Map (db m162661) HM
 
 
  
  
 
Apr. 17, 2021