Historical Markers in
Bell County, Texas

42nd Reunion of Hood's Texas Brigade African American Education in Belton Alice Gray Hamblen Alvin Ailey Anna Laura Cole Armstrong-Adams House Arthur Carroll Scott, Sr., M.D. Arthur Carroll Scott, Sr., M.D. Bell County Courthouse Belton Farmers Co-op Gin Belton Woman's Commonwealth Bernard Moore Temple Berry-Vickrey House Blackburn Cemetery Blackland Experiment Station, Substation No. 5 Boys Ranch of Copperas Cove Brown (Okay Community) Cemetery C. L. Walker Home Capt. Milton Wesley Damron Capt. Robert Bonner Halley Home Captain Andrew Caddell Carnegie Library Building Cedar Knob Cemetery (HTC) Christ Episcopal Church of Temple City Federation of Women's Clubs City of Killeen City of Rogers City of Temple Clark House Claudia Potter, M.D. Claudia Potter, M.D. Cochran, Blair and Potts Department Store Comanche Gap Cora Anderson Negro Hospital Corinth Missionary Baptist Church County Line Baptist Church Cultural Activities Center Dallas Cemetery Daniel McKay Davis Mill Dodd's Creek Bridge Donahoe Community Donohoe Cemetery Dr. John S. and Mary McCelvey House Dr. Samuel J. and Charlotte H. Jones Dr. Welborn and Louisa Adeline Barton Early Bell County Jail Eighth Street Baptist Church Ele B. Baggett Home Elm Grove Baptist Church Farmers Mutual Protective Association of Texas (RVOS) Fellrath Building Ferguson Home First Baptist Church of Bartlett First Baptist Church of Belton First Baptist Church of Killeen First Baptist Church of Salado First Baptist Church of Temple First Christian Church of Temple First Lutheran Church First National Bank of Killeen First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church of Temple First United Methodist Church of Belton First United Methodist Church of Rogers First United Methodist Church of Temple Former Site of Scott & White School of Nursing Former Site of Y.M.C.A. Fort Griffin Fowler House George Valter Brindley, Sr., M.D. George Valter Brindley, Sr., M.D. Grace United Methodist Church Greathouse Cemetery Green Oaks Farm Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Planing Mill Hermon and Margaret L. Aiken Herrington Cemetery Hill Cemetery Hillcrest Cemetery Hiram B. Reynolds Property Hodge Cemetery Holland Community Home of Capt. A. J. Harris Home of Elijah Sterling Clack Robertson Home of Orville Thomas Tyler Immanuel Baptist Church Immanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery James A. Fletcher House James H. Isbell James Lowry Smith Jeff Hamilton Jeff Hamilton John and Ettie Mayfield House John Blackburn Log House John Leggett Marshall John Robert Craddock Joseph Dennis Joseph Dennis Lands Joseph "Joe Tex" Arrington, Jr. K.M. Jones Family Cemetery Kate Crawford and Zachary Clay Taylor Killeen Herald King's Daughters Hospital King's Daughters Hospital School of Nursing Knob Creek Lodge No. 401, A.F. & A.M. Lake Polk Park Lancaster Cemetery Little Flock Cemetery and Primitive Baptist Church Little River-Wilson Valley Cemetery Little River-Wilson Valley Cemetery Live Oak Cemetery Log Cabin Study of Dr. Arthur Carroll Scott Louisa Adeline (Addie) Barton Lt. Gen. Andrew Davis Bruce Luther Memorial M. H. Denman Cabin Main Street Bridges Major A.J. Rose House Major Archibald Johnson Rose Maruna Meadow Mary Allen Oliver Cemetery Mary Elizabeth Carpenter, Birthplace of White House Aide Maxdale Bridge Maxdale Cemetery Mayberry Park Cemetery McBryde Cemetery Memorial Baptist Church of Temple Messer-Limmer Farmhouse Miller Springs Bridge Miriam A. Ferguson Birthplace Missouri, Kansas & Texas (Katy) Railroad Bridge Moffat Moffat Cemetery Moody-Leon United Methodist Church Mrs. Sarah Ann Hardin-Kelton Muehlhause House Nolanville Encampment Nolanville School Nora Lee Mayhew Wendland Norman Austin Norton-Orgain House Ocker Brethren Church Old Anderson Place Old Salado Graveyard Omar L. Fletcher Home Oveta Culp Hobby and the Women's Army Corps Pendleton Pleasant Hill Cemetery Post Oak Cemetery Raleigh R. White, Jr., M.D. Raleigh R. White, Jr., M.D. Raleigh Richardson White, Sr. Ralph Wilson, Sr. Reed's Lake Robert Bonner Halley Robert Emmet Bledsoe Baylor Robertson Home S.P.J.S.T. Lodge No. 47, Hvezda Texasu Salado Salado Cemetery Salado Church of Christ Salado Creek Salado Methodist Church Salado United Methodist Church Sanderford Log Cabin Santa Fe Depot Santa Fe Memorial Hospital, Inc. Scott & White Hospital Scott and White School of Nursing Seaton Brethren Church Seaton Cemetery Seven Star Cemetery Sharp Cemetery and Rock Creek Baptist Church of Christ Shiloh Cemetery Site of 1920's Factory of the Temple Monoplane Site of Booker T. Washington School Site of Childers-Shanklin Mill Site of Dulaney's Mill Site of Early Belton House Site of German-English School Site of New Colony School Site of Pecan School Site of the Central Manufacturing Co. Site of the Organization of the Texas Forestry Association Site of Thomas Arnold High School Six Miles East to Site of Little River Fort South Belton Cemetery St. John Lutheran Church St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery Stagecoach Inn Stampede Creek Steakley Home Stinnett's Mill Stockton Family Cemetery Stokes-Nelson Cemetery Summers' Mill Temple College Temple Daily Telegram Temple Founder Lions Club Temple Public Library Tennessee Valley Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board The 1st Cavalry Division The Curtis Mansion The Curtis Mansion The Rev. George Washington Baines The Rev. James E. and Fannie F. Ferguson The Texas Baptist Educational Society Thomas Edison Dixon, M.D. Twelve Oaks W. Goodrich Jones (1860-1950) Wayman Chapel A.M.E. Church Wedemeyer House Wednesday Review Club West Salado Cemetery William Whitaker Reed Willingham Cemetery Willingham Spring Baptist Church Wilma Carlton Wilson Van Dyke Woman's Study Club of Holland Woman's Wednesday Club Woman's Wednesday Club of Belton Yee Pat Ling Youngsport Zabcikville
Texas was once a part of Mexico but gained independence in 1836 after a famous battle at the Alamo.
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