Historical Markers in
Brazoria County, Texas

Abraham Darst Albert Sidney Johnston Aldridge-Smith Home Allen Place Ammon Underwood Angleton Independent School District Battle of Jones Creek Bell's Landing Bethel Presbyterian Church Birchfield - McCown House Brazoria Bridge Brazoria Townsite "Brit" Bailey Plantation Bryan Mound Byrd Lockhart Cedar Lake Salt Works Charlie Brown Columbia Columbia (First Capital of Texas) Columbia Rosenwald School Columbia United Methodist Church Confederate Cemetery Cummings-Smith House Damon Cemetery Don Carlos Barrett Dr. Branch Tanner Archer Dr. James Aeneas Phelps Dr. Sofie Deligath Herzog Durazno Plantation Eagle Island Plantation Edmund Calloway Darst Ellerslie Plantation Emily Margaret Brown Austin Bryan Perry First Baptist Church of Angleton First Methodist Church of Alvin First Missionary Baptist Church of Angleton First Presbyterian Church of Alvin First Presbyterian Church of Angleton First Presbyterian Church of Brazoria First United Methodist Church of Pearland Four Miles Southeast to the Original Town of Velasco Freeman W. Douglass Freeport National Bank (Freeport Sulphur Company Building) George Rounds Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Gulf Prairie Cemetery Gulf Prairie Cemetery Henry William Munson Hicks Dairy Farm Holy Comforter Episcopal Church Home of George B. McKinstry Hudgins Cemetery James & Selina Phillips House James Briton "Brit" Bailey James Franklin Perry John Adriance John S. D. Byrom Joseph H. Hawkins Josiah H. Bell Levi Jordan Plantation Liverpool Cemetery Liverpool Post Office M. L. Weems House Major Guy M. Bryan, C.S.A. Major James Peckham Caldwell Major Reuben R. Brown Mammoth Lake Masonic Oak McCroskey-Stringfellow House Mount Zion Cemetery Munson Cemetery Nathaniel C. Hazen Near Site of Dance Gun Shop Near Site of the First Capitol of the Republic of Texas Old Brazoria Cemetery Old Brazoria County Courthouse Old City Cemetery Old Columbia Cemetery Old Oakland Plantation Old Quintana Old Settler's Cemetery Old Velasco, C. S. A. Peach Point Peach Point House Pearland and The Santa Fe Railroad Perkins Family Cemetery Phair Cemetery Phillips Family Cemetery Quintana Cemetery R. O'Hara Lanier School Robert J. Calder Robert L. and Julia Martin Hunter Samuel Damon Samuel Tubbs Angier, M.D. Sandy Point Cemetery Sandy Point Cemetery Schuster Home Sheriff Joe H. Snow Sinking Site of the Blockade Runner "Acadia" Site of Carry Nation's Hotel Site of Crosby's Landing Site of Jane Long's Tavern Site of "Orozimbo" Site of San Luis Site of The Home of Henry Smith Site of the Home of James Walker Fannin Site of the Home of John Austin Site of the Home of Josiah Hughes Bell Site of Town of Old Velasco St. John's Lodge No. 5, A. F. & A. M. Stringfellow Ranch Sweeny Cemetery Sweeny Home Sweeny Plantation Sweeny-Waddy Log Cabin Thaddus Constantine Bell The 1937 Pearland High School The Ammon Underwood House The Brazos Canal The Lively The Nash-Wright House Thomas Jefferson Callihan Thomas Jefferson Sweeny Titlum-Tatlum Tyler-Bryan-Weems House Varner-Hogg Home (The "Varner") Velasco Velasco Cemetery Velasco Lodge No. 757, A. F. & A. M. Velasco Methodist Church Vicinity of Oyster Creek and Chocolate Bayou W. H. Abrams Well No. 1 William Harris Wharton William Jarvis Cannan William Joel Bryan Zychlinski Park
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