Historical Markers in Hood county

Acton Baptist Church (First Baptist Church of Acton) Acton Cemetery Acton Methodist Church Acton Public Square Add-Ran Christian College Antioch Cemetery Antioch Community Aston House Aston-Landers Building Baker-Carmichael House Baker-Doyle Building Baker-Rylee Building and Town Square Service Station Bowden Kennon House Bush-Morgan Cherry Building City named for Confederate General General H.B. Granbury (1831-1864) and Granbury's Texas Brigade Comanche Peak County Named for Famous Confederate General John Bell Hood Cresson School Crockett's Bounty Daniel House Daniel-Harris Home David L. Nutt Home Dr. William and Eunice Walker House E. A. Hannaford Building E. A. Hannaford House Elizabeth Crockett Elm Flat Cemetery First Baptist Church of Granbury First Christian Church of Granbury First National Bank First Presbyterian Church of Granbury Former Acton Masonic Lodge Hall Friendship Cemetery Glenn Brothers Building Glenn Cemetery Gordon Home Granbury Cemetery Granbury House Granbury Light Plant Granbury Methodist Church Granbury Opera House Granbury Railroad Depot Grave of Elizabeth Crockett Hardware and Tin Shop Harris Building Haynes-Burns-Ewell Building Holderness-Aiken House Hood County Courthouse Hood County Jailhouse Hood County News J.D. and Georgia Brown House J.F. and J. Nutt Building James Hogan Doyle and Mary Kate Stringfellow Doyle John W. Bull Stone House Lees-Bryan House Long Creek Cemetery Martin Cemetery Mitchell Bend Cemetery Nellie Gray Robertson Nubbin Ridge Cemetery Panter Branch School Pleasant Thorp Rock Church Cemetery Site of Schultz Blacksmith Shop Site of the Home of Elizabeth Crockett Smith-Savage House Stockton Bend Stroud Creek Cemetery Temple Hall United Methodist Church The Colony Cemetery The Fair Thorp Spring Cemetery Thrash-Landers-Hiner House Three Miles South to the Grave of Elizabeth Crockett Tolar Tabernacle W. D. and Essie Gafford House W.M. Miller Cemetery Wright-Henderson-Duncan House