Historical Markers in
Gonzales County, Texas

1834 Homesite of Capt. and Mrs. Almaron Dickinson 1835 Attack at Sandies Water Hole Andrew Ponton Andrew Ponton Andrew Zumwalt Augustus H. Jones Battle of Gonzales Branecky School Brown House Bundick Cemetery Bunting Family Cemetery Campsite Marking Start of San Jacinto Campaign Captain Philip Coe Cemetery Square Central Square Charles Mason Charles T. Rather House Chenault House (DEMOLISHED) Church Square Community of Pilgrim Community of Wrightsboro David Burkett David L. Kokernot Dewville United Methodist Church Dikes Family Cemetery Dr. John Turner Tinsley Dr. Thomas Polk Duncan Ferry Ebenezer Cemetery Edward Dickinson Eli Mitchell Episcopal Church of the Messiah First Baptist Church of Gonzales First Baptist Church of Nixon First Baptist Church of Smiley First Gun Fired For Texas First Methodist Church of Gonzales First Shot of the Texas Revolution Fleming T. Wells Fort Waul Gates Cemetery Ghost Town of Dewville Gonzales Cannon Gonzales Cannon Burial Site Gonzales Cannon Dispute, Site of Gonzales City Cemetery Gonzales College Gonzales County Jail Gonzales Courthouse Gonzales Memorial Museum and Amphitheatre Gonzales-San Antonio Road Green Dewitt Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery Harwood Cemetery Harwood Methodist Church and Masonic Lodge Here was fired first gun for Texas Independence. Holmes Hospital Hopkinsville Lodge No. 183, A.F. & A.M. Hutson B. Littlefield Indian Fort, Site of Jail Square James D. Owens James Hodges, Sr. James W. Robinson Jesse Kencheloe Davis Jewish Cemetery John Fauth House Kennard House Kerr's Creek Kerr's Settlement King Cemetery Leander C. Cunningham Leesville Baptist Church Leesville School Market Square Masonic Cemetery Mathew Caldwell Maurin Quarry Military Plaza Miller's Store Mitchel Putnam Nixon Oak Forest Bridge Odd Fellows Cemetery Old Smiley Lake and Townsite Ottine Cemetery Pilgrim Cemetery Pilgrim Presbyterian Church Plaza Rancho Reese Family Home (DEMOLISHED) Remschel House River Crossing Riverside School Route of Gen. Sam Houston to San Jacinto Route of Old Chisholm Trail Salt Flats of Pilgrim Lake Sam Houston Oak Sam Houston's Camp Sandies Chapel Cemetery Sandies-Dewville Community Santa Anna Mound Sarah Seely Dewitt Saturn Cemetery Site of Confederate Fort Site of Cost School Site of Hopkinsville Site of the First Shot of the Texas Revolution Smiley United Methodist Church Steen Cemetery The Eggleston House The Immortal 32 The Pilgrim Home The Presbyterian Church of Gonzales The Town of Waelder Theodore S. Lee Wells Home William A. Matthews William B. and Sue J. Houston House William B. Fleming Women of the Confederacy