Historical Markers in
Falls County, Texas

Boyhood Home of Tom Connally Bucksnort Bull Hill Cemetery Captain Henry Gray Carter Cedar Grove Baptist Church Cedar Springs Cemetery Church of the Visitation Clover Hill Cemetery Cottonwood Baptist Church Criswell Cemetery Dodson Place Falconer Home Falls County Falls County Courthouse Falls Health Spa Falls of the Brazos River First Baptist Church of Marlin First Baptist Church of Rosebud First Presbyterian Church of Lott First Presbyterian Church of Marlin First United Methodist Church of Marlin Fort Milam Frank and Julia Bockholt Home General Thomas Harrison Greater Providence Missionary Baptist Church Henslee House Highlands Mansion Hilton Hotel, Early Homesite of Theodore Rabroker Hope Cemetery Hot Mineral Water Indian Battlefield James Bayliss Buck Farmstead Jonathan Cochran Pool Judge Albert G. and Harriet Elizabeth Grimes Perry Live Oak Cemetery Long Branch Cemetery Lott Marlin McLennan's Bluff Mooreville Cemetery Mooreville Methodist Church Morgan Family Cemetery Mustang Prairie Old Settlers and Veterans Association of Falls County Perry United Methodist Church Phillips Cemetery Powell-Tull Cemetery Powers Chapel Rev. Nelson T. Denson and Marlin Missionary Baptist Church Roy Bedichek Sacred Heart Catholic Church Salem Lutheran Church Sarahville de Viesca, Site of Colonial Capital Silvia King Site of North Prairie School Site of St. Paul School Site of the Home of George Morgan Site of the Home of John Marlin Site of Wilson School St. Mary's Cemetery St. Paul United Church of Christ Stranger Community, Cemetery and Churches Trinity Lutheran Church Union Cemetery United Methodist Church of Lott Waite Cemetery Westphalia Little School Williams, William F. Woodland Cemetery
The Battle of San Jacinto fought on April 21, 1836, was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution, and led to the capture of Santa Anna and the end of the conflict.
~ Texas random facts