Historical Markers in
Johnson County, Texas

Alvarado Glenwood Cemetery Alvarado Masonic Lodge No. 314 A.F. & A.M. Alvarado School, Church and Union Building, Site of Baker-Lain Cemetery Balch Cemetery Bennett Home on the Chisholm Trail Bethany Rest Cemetery Bruce-Davis House Cahill Methodist Church Carnegie Library Building Church of the Holy Comforter City Wagon Yards Cleburne Lodge No. 315, A.F. & A.M. Cleburne Town Square Confederate Soldiers Duke Cemetery Early Cattle Trade Emory Home Field Street Baptist Church First Baptist Church of Alvarado First Baptist Church of Burleson First Baptist Church Of Cleburne First Baptist Church of Godley First Methodist Church First United Methodist Church, Cleburne Godley School Grandview Cemetery and Original Grand View Town Site Grandview Masonic Lodge Grange Hall Cemetery Greenbrier Baptist Church Haley-Smith Cemetery Henry Briden Cabin John L. and Annie Upshaw Cleveland House Johnson County Johnson County Courthouse Johnson County Feeders Supply Johnson County Pioneers and Old Settlers Reunion Johnson County Sheriff's Posse Johnson, Middleton T., Colonel; Cleburne, Patrick R., General Joiner-Long House Lake Pat Cleburne Little Old House Lowell Smith Home Market Square Marystown Cemetery Menefee Reunion Meredith Hart House Methodism in Joshua Mizpah Gate Myers Cemetery Oliver Perry Arnold (1826-1905) Outlaws Benjamin Bickerstaff and Josiah Thompson Pat Cleburne Camp No. 88, UCV Pioneer Texas Telephones Prairie Springs Cemetery Renfro-Clark House Riggs Pennington Home Rio Vista Sam Bass Holdup Site of Buchanan Site of Ezell-McLeroy Cotton Gin Site of Norman Springs & Norman Grove Site of Old Picnic Grounds Site of Red Oak Academy Site of the Old City Spring Site of Wardville Southwest Metroplex Baptist Association The Interurban in Burleson The Texas World War II Home Front Town of Grandview Union Hill Presbyterian Church and Cemetery Unity Cemetery Watts Chapel Methodist Church and Cemetery Wilkinson Family Cemetery Yellow Jacket Stadium
The state flower of Texas is the bluebonnet. The flower blooms in the spring and is a common sight along the highways and in fields throughout the state.
~ Texas random facts