Historical Markers in
Kimble County, Texas

Burt M. Fleming American Legion Post No. 237 Campsite of Marques De Rubi, 1767 Captain Gully Cowsert Captain William Walter Taylor City of Junction Cloud Point Coach Bear Bryant and the Junction Boys Coalson-Pullen Colony College Street Church of Christ Colonel John Griffith Confederate Veterans Reunion, Site of 1908 Creed Taylor Doom of the Outlaws of Pegleg Station Early History of Kimble County Fight of Sheriff's Posse with Cattle Rustlers First Baptist Church of Junction First Church in Community Copperas Methodist Church First Court in Kimble County First Court Tree First Murr Ranch First Post Office First United Methodist Church of Junction Fort McKavett - Fort Clark Military Road Hogget Home Isaac Kountz John James Smith John L. Jones Ranch John Sterling Durst Pioneer Minister Johnson Fork Colony Junction School Campus Junction's First Waterworks Kimble County Kimble County Courthouse Kimble County Jail Kimble County's First Sawmill Kountz, Isaac Little Mexico (Northeast Junction) London Post Office London Town Square Marvin E. and Retta Ann Blackburn House Masonic Hall Miller-Browning Colony Morales Ranch Near Route of Old Military Road O.C. Fisher Old Bear Creek Texas Ranger Camp Old Beef Trail Old Beef Trail Crossing Old Cloud Home Old Log Cabin Old Noxville School Old Rock Store, 1879 Pioneer-North Llano Cemetery R. M. Turner Family Reichenau Gap Roosevelt Schreiner Park Site of Creed Taylor Ranch Home Site of First Livery Stable Site of Four Mile Dam Site of Ivy Chapel and School South Llano Crossing Spanish Road to Santa Fe, 1808 Spencer, Major William Addison Stevenson, Coke R., Texas Statesman Teacup Mountain Telegraph Store and Post Office The Junction Eagle The Killing of Sam Speer The Oliver Pecan Vicinity of Bradbury Settlement Weaver-Bannowsky Cemetery Wooten Cemetery