Historical Markers in
Limestone County, Texas

Armour Cemetery Bassett House Big Hill Cemetery Billington Cemetery Brown Family Cemetery Charles Q. Haley Civilian Conservation Corps at Fort Parker State Park Cobb Cemetery Cox Cemetery Early Mexia Home Eaton Cemetery Ebenezer Baptist Church and Cemetery Eutaw Faulkenberry Cemetery Ferguson Cemetery First Baptist Church of Groesbeck First Baptist Church of Mexia First Methodist Church of Groesbeck First Methodist Church of Groesbeck First Presbyterian Church of Mexia Focke Gin, Old (BURNED) Fort Parker Fort Parker Memorial Park Groesbeck Independent School District Groesbeck Lodge No. 354, A.F. & A.M. Gunter Cemetery Henry-Martin-Dorsett House Home County of Lafayette Lumpkin Foster James Alfred Head James Alfred Head John Karner John Sadler Joseph F. Johnston Reunion Grounds Joseph Penn Lynch Joseph W. Stubenrauch Kimik Kiln King-Williams Cemetery Kirk Kosse Tabernacle L. P. Smith House Leonard Williams Limestone County Limestone County Courthouse Lost Prairie Cemetery and Church Martin House McKenzie Cemetery McKenzie Cemetery Mexia Oil Boom Miss Rogers' Music Room Moss Home, Old (razed) Mount Calm Cemetery Mrs. Martha Rogers Mrs. Mary E. Reeves Mt. Antioch Cemetery Munger Community Oakes Cemetery Odds Community Old Potter's Shop Old Sandy Creek Cemetery Old Springfield Old Springfield Cemetery Old Union Community Origin of the Texas State Teachers Association Personville Personville Cemetery Plummer Cemetery Potter Shop, The Prairie Hill Baptist Church Prairie Hill Cemetery Robert M. Love Sanders Walker Sansom/Wedgman Cemetery Seth H. Bates Shiloh Baptist Church Sion Roberts Site of Dunbar High School Site of Oletha Common School St. John's A. M. E. Church Tehuacana Tehuacana Cemetery Thornton Schools Tidwell (Steele Creek) Cemetery and Community Town Named for Gen. Jose Antonio Mexia Trinity University United Methodist Church of Coolidge Vinson Cemetery William Rees Zada Jane Sanders Kelly
Texas was once an independent country: After winning its independence from Mexico in 1836, Texas became its own country, known as the Republic of Texas. It existed as an independent nation for nine years before being annexed by the United States in 1845.
~ Texas random facts