“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Buda, Texas Historical Markers

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By Richard Denney, March 13, 2016
Antioch Colony Marker
Texas (Hays County), Buda — 16255 — Antioch Colony
Antioch Colony was a rural farming community formed during Reconstruction by a group of formerly enslaved African Americans. Although freed from slavery after the Civil War, African Americans still found it difficult to purchase land. In 1859, Anglo . . . — Map (db m93045) HM
Texas (Hays County), Buda — 10240 — Buda
Originally known as Du Pre, Buda was founded along a line of the International and Great Northern Railroad. Cornelia A. Trimble gave land for the townsite in 1881. The name “Buda” was adopted in the late 1880s, although its origin is . . . — Map (db m52991) HM
Texas (Hays County), Buda — 10241 — Buda Christian Church
Organized in 1893, the Buda Christian Church met in the Methodist church building until a church was built on this site in 1903. After it was destroyed in a 1909 storm, this structure was built in 1912. Membership began to decline in the 1940s, and . . . — Map (db m117936) HM
Texas (Hays County), Buda — 10265 — First Baptist Church of Buda
In July 1882, the year after the founding of Du Pre, now Buda, M. Lawson, A. Teague and W. A. Hancock petitioned the San Marcos Baptist Association for the formation of this church. The first pastor was the Rev. D. A. Porter, ordained in the nearby . . . — Map (db m117939) HM
Texas (Hays County), Buda — 17245 — McElroy-Severn House (Onion Creek Post Office and Stagecoach House)
The complex that includes the McElroy-Severn House/Stagecoach House and Onion Creek Post Office occupies a 51-acre tract of land on a high bluff above a branch leading into Onion Creek, about a quarter mile east of Buda. The post office and . . . — Map (db m80186) HM

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