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Old Saint Anthony's Catholic Church Marker (<i>wide view; church in background</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, May 17, 2018
Old Saint Anthony's Catholic Church Marker (wide view; church in background)
Texas (Nueces County), Violet — 6332 — Old Saint Anthony's Catholic Church
In Nov. 1909, the Rev. J. Goebels called a meeting to organize St. Anthony's parish for the recently settled German Catholic farm families in the community of Land Siding, later known as Violet. Louis Petrus donated five acres for a church site, . . . — Map (db m117483) HM
Texas (Nueces County), Violet — Sie Sind WillkommenViolet Museum — Old St. Anthony's Catholic Church
Settlement founded in 1908 by German settlers • Church founded as a mission in 1910 and a public school until 1912 • Rectory built in 1912 and used as a second school until 1918 • Church was remodeled in 1919 and moved to Clarkwood in 1952 as our . . . — Map (db m117497) HM
Texas (Nueces County), Violet — Violet, TexasSesquicentennial
In commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of Texas’ independence, Violet, Texas was recognized and sanctioned as an independent sesquicentennial community by the State of Texas and by the County of Nueces. Special recognition is given to the . . . — Map (db m117478) HM

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