Historical Markers in
Grimes County, Texas

Allen Home Anderson Baptist Church Andrew Jackson Montgomery Anthony Drew Kennard Apolonia Cemetery Apolonia Cemetery B. B. Goodrich House Bedias First Baptist Church Bennett, Rueben, House Blackberry Community Courtney Cemetery Craig House Dr. Benjamin Briggs Goodrich Evans House Fanthorp Inn First Baptist Church of Navasota First Presbyterian Church of Navasota First United Methodist Church of Navasota Foster Home Fuqua Family Cemetery George Washington Carver High School Grimes County Grimes County Grimes County Bethel Cemetery Grimes County Courthouse Grimes County, C.S.A. H. Schumacher Oil Works Harmony Baptist Church and Cemetery Haynie-Sanders Farm Home Henry Schumacher Home Home of Lt. Gov. George D. Neal Hughey Chapel Cemetery Isham Davis Home James and Missouri Hurry House Jared Ellison Groce Jesse Youens Home Joseph Brooks Home Katy Holland McDowell Treadwell Cobb Kenneth Lewis Anderson La Bahia Trail Lake Grove Community Leake Building Lee Tabernacle Methodist Church Lewis J. Wilson Building Lynn Grove United Methodist Church Martins Prairie Cemetery Martyrs of the Alamo McAlpine Cemetery Michael Moore Kennard Mickelborough Building Miss Sally Thompson School Building Montgomery, John Norwood House Oakland Baptist Church Old First National Bank of Navasota Old Oakland Cemetery Orphans Friend Lodge No. 17 Ancient Free & Accepted Masons Plantersville Baptist Church Plantersville Baptist Church Plantersville Cemetery Primus Kelly R. B. S. Foster Home Red Top Cemetery Richards Colored School Robert A. Horlock House Rosanna Ward Britton Grimes and Jesse Grimes Saint Paul's Episcopal Church Sangster House Sarah Bradley Dodson Sarah Bradley Dodson Shiro Presbyterian Church Site of a Munition Factory Site of Freeman Inn Site of Piedmont Springs Resort St. Mary's Catholic Church Steele House Steinhagen Log Cabin Stoneham Cemetery Stoneham Methodist Church Templeman House The Giesel House The Terrell House Town of Bedias Union Grove Baptist Church Veterans Memorial Waller Cemetery White Hall School Zion Cemetery
Texas was once a part of Mexico but gained independence in 1836 after a famous battle at the Alamo.
~ Texas random facts