Historical Markers in
Medina County, Texas

Arcadius Steinle House Biry-Arh Property City Hotel Cordier-Tschirhart-Seal House Cow Camp Massacre on Hondo Creek D'Hanis Devine Evergreen Cemetery Devine Lodge, No. 590 A.F. & A.M. Dolch-Hans Compound Dubuis House F. Xavier Schmidt House Family Home of George T. Briscoe First Baptist Church of Devine First Church in Castroville First County Courthouse Fohn-Bless Store Gallagher Ranch House General Woll's Road General Wool and the Chihuahua Road Haby Settlement Henri Castro Hondo Hondo Methodist Church Ihnken Family Cemetery J. M. Koch's Hotel Judge Thomas L. Devine (1820-1890) Landmark Inn Leinweber Building Louis Haller House Masonic Cemetery of Hondo Valley Lodge No. 252, A.F. & A.M. Medina County Medina County Courthouse Medina Dam Mission Valley Mountain Valley Moye Natalia New Fountain United Methodist Church Oefinger House Old Wurzbach Place Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church Ranch Home of Charles De Montel Renken Cemetery Robert Lee Bobbitt Rothe-Rowe Ranch House Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church Schuehle-Saathoff House Site of Fort Lincoln Site of Saint Dominic Catholic Church and Cemetery Site of the Homestead of Henri Castro Southern Pacific Depot of Hondo Spanish Exploration in Medina County St. Louis Catholic Church St. Louis Cemetery St. Louis Church St. Louis Day Stroud's Blacksmith Shop The Joseph Meyer Homestead The Wiemers Oak Tomerlin Cemetery Town of D'Hanis Town of Quihi Trimble Cemetery Vance Hotel and Store Vandenburg Yancey United Methodist Church Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
The discovery of oil in 1901 near Beaumont, Texas, sparked an oil boom that transformed the state's economy and led to the rise of the modern petroleum industry.
~ Texas random facts