Historical Markers in
Denton County, Texas

1848 Denton County Seat 1927 Denton City Hall Annie Webb Blanton Argyle Argyle United Methodist Church Aubrey First United Methodist Church Bartonville Belew Cemetery Beulah A. Harriss Bolivar Cemetery Bolivar, Townsite of Bridges Cemetery Button Memorial United Methodist Church Campus Theatre Chinn's Chapel Cemetery Chinn's Chapel Methodist Church Chisholm Trail in Denton County Christal House City of Krum City of Pilot Point Community of Little Elm Cooper Creek Baptist Church Cooper Creek Cemetery Cooper Creek School Corinth Shiloh Cemetery County Line Baptist Church Denton County Denton County Courthouse Denton Senior High School Eakins Cemetery Edna Westbrook Trigg in Denton County Elizabeth Cemetery Elm Fork Bridge Evers House First Baptist Church of Denton First Baptist Church, Hebron First Christian Church of Aubrey First Christian Church of Denton First Methodist Church of Denton First University Building Flower Mound Flower Mound Cemetery Flower Mound Presbyterian Church Ford, O'Neil Forester Ranch Furneaux Cemetery Galilee Missionary Baptist Church Good Hope Cemetery Graham-Argyle Cemetery Green Valley Schools Gregg Ranch Gribble Springs Baptist Church Harrington, Cassady and Clark Cemeteries Historical Building I.O.O.F. Cemetery Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Jacob Frederick Elsasser James Newton and Eva Tabor Rayzor House John B. Denton John Simpson Chisum Home Site Johns' Well and Campgrounds Justin Lane Chapel C.M.E. Church Lewisville Prehistoric Site Lipscomb-Doggett House Martin-Russell House McCombs Cemetery McCurley Cemetery Medlin Cemetery Milliken House Mounts House Mounts-Wright House Noah C. Batis North Texas State Fair and Rodeo Oak Grove Methodist Church Oakwood Cemetery Old Alton Bridge Old Alton Cemetery Old Hall Cemetery Peters Colony Pilot Point Church of Christ Pilot Point Post-Signal Pioneer Woman Plainview Cemetery Ponder Prairie Mound Cemetery Quakertown Rayzor-Graham House Ritter Cemetery Roanoke Roanoke I.O.O.F. Cemetery Roanoke Lodge No. 668, A.F. & A.M. Roanoke Water Tower Saint James African Methodist Episcopal Church Sanger and the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Sanger Presbyterian Church Scripture-Deavenport House Silver Spur Saloon Simmons-Maxwell House Site of Lacy Hotel Skinner Cemetery Smith Cemetery St. Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church Swisher Cemetery Taylor Family Cemetery Texas Agricultural Experiment Station No. 6 Texas International Pop Festival Texas Normal College The City of Denton The First Building of Texas Woman's University The Hedgcoxe War Tyson Cemetery University Gardens, Texas Woman's University William E. Partlow, First Mayor of Sanger William Edmunds Bates
Texas is known for its barbecue, and one of the most famous barbecue restaurants in the state is Kreuz Market in Lockhart. The restaurant has been in operation since 1900 and is still family-owned.
~ Texas random facts