Historical Markers in
Liberty County, Texas

Abshier Cemetery Andrew Jackson Isaacks Atascosito Atascosito Augustine B. Hardin Benjamin W. Hardin Bryan, Pryor Bryan-Neyland Cemetery Burton B. Tarkington Captain William M. Logan Casa Consistatorial (Courthouse Square) Catholic Cemetery City Cemetery City of Cleveland Cleveland-Partlow House Col. Edward Bradford Pickett Concord Baptist Church Cornelius De Vore Dayton's Old School Edward Thomas Branch First Baptist Church of Dayton First Methodist Church of Dayton Franklin Hardin French Cemetery Gillard - Duncan House Griffin-Methodist Cemetery Hardin Methodist Church Henry O. Ager Home Hill and Sara McClanahan House Homesite of George Orr Homestead of John S. and Jane Susanna Lee Brown, 1856 Hugh B. Johnston James B. Woods James B. Woods John Cherry Judge Walter S. Neel House Kalita, Chief of the Coushatta Indians Lallemand, Riguad and Other French Settlers Liberty County Liberty County Liberty Masonic Lodge No. 48, A. F. & A. M. Liberty Methodist Church Linney Cemetery Luke Bryan Mexican Hill Milton Ashley Hardin Near Site of Early Meat-Packing Plant Oak Shade Baptist Church Old Wells' Store Ott Hotel Plaza Constitucional (Municipal Square) Plaza de Carcel, y Casas de Correccion Plaza de Mercado Plaza Iglesia Parroquial (Parish Church Square) Price Daniel Riggs Cemetery Rural Shade Baptist Church Sam Houston in Liberty County Schools of Tarkington Prairie, The Seven Courthouses of Liberty County Seven Pines Site of Liberty's Ursuline Convent Site of the Town of Grand Cane St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Stilson Tarver Abstract Company The Noble Garvey House The Runaway Scrape The Schools of Tarkington Prairie The Trinity River Thomas Jefferson Chambers Home Tom Hill House William Hardin