Historical Markers in
Freestone County, Texas

Antioch Cemetery Antioch Cemetery Birthplace of Harvey Means Blind Lemon Jefferson Bonner Cemetery Bradley House Butler Church Bell Butler Soldiers' Homes, C.S.A. Cade Cemetery Caney Baptist Church Captain L. D. Bradley Captain Richard B. Haley Carter Log House Chancellor Union Cemetery City of Wortham Colonel Wm. L. Moody Compton Cemetery Cotton Gin Cemetery Daniel Memorial Orphanage David Hall Love Dew Cemetery Dogan High School Driver Cemetery Fairfield Female College First Baptist Church of Teague First Methodist Church Bell Freestone County Furney Richardson High School Ghost Town of Cotton Gin Grange Hall Community Harmony Church Harrison Chapel Homesite and Burial Place of General Joseph Burton Johnson Hopson Burleson Memorial Cemetery James Bonner Rogers John F. Wallace House Lake Chapel Cemetery Llewellyn Notley Motley, Llewellyn Mrs. Lucy Haggard Longbotham Mt. Zion Methodist Church and Cemetery New Hope Baptist Church and St. Elmo Cemetery Oak Island Presbyterian Church and Cemetery Old Division Point Office for The "Boll Weevil" Railway Old Freestone Jail Old Judge Allegre House Palacios Presbyterian Church Potter-Watson Log Cabin Rev. George Washington Baines Robert B. Longbotham Salem Predestinarian Baptist Church and Cemetery Sessions Cemetery Shanks Cemetery Shanks Cemetery Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church and School Site of Law Office, General John Gregg Site of Worthy Store Stewards Mill Store, 1869 The Dr. Emmet Headlee House The Fridolin (Fred) Fischer Home The Manahan House The Rev. G. W. Bounds The Wortham Oil Boom Town of Teague Union Cemetery United Methodist Church of Wortham Val Verde Battery, C.S.A. W.L. Moody Confederate Reunion Grounds Ward Prairie Baptist Church William Rufus Boyd, Jr. Wilson Chapel Cemetery Woodland Cemetery Woodland College for Boys Wortham Schools