Historical Markers in
Parker County, Texas

1933 Weatherford City Hall Aledo United Methodist Church All Saints' Episcopal Church Annetta Cemetery Baker Community Bankhead Highway in Aledo Battern Cemetery Brock Methodist Church Bud Clark Cemetery Campbell Memorial Hospital Cartersville Central Christian Church Chandor Gardens Citizens National Bank City of Aledo Clark Cemetery Coho and Nancy Jane Smith Farmstead Site Colonel Alfred G. Cooper Dennis Methodist Church Dilbeck Cemetery Eureka Lodge No. 371, A. F. & A. M. First Baptist Church First Baptist Church of Aledo First District Court in Parker County, Site First National Bank of Weatherford First Plant of Acme Brick Company First Plant of Acme Brick Company First United Methodist Church of Weatherford Fondren Cemetery Fort Wolters Franco-Texan Land Company Building Fred Rider Cotten Goforth Graves Governor S.W.T. Lanham Grace First Presbyterian Church Greenwood Community Harmony Cemetery Hiner Hoggard-Reynolds Cemetery Holland, Gustavus Adolphus Hood Family Cemetery Isaac Parker Isaac Parker J. J. Hamilton Log Cabin Jack Llewellyn Knight James Claude Wright House James Robertson Couts Jay Bird-Union School, Church, and Cemetery Lawson D. Gratz Lemley Cemetery Merchants and Farmers State Bank Millsap Cemetery Millsap United Methodist Church Mount Pleasant Colored School Nelson Cemetery New Hope Cemetery & New Hope Baptist Church Newberry Commuinity Old City Greenwood Cemetery Oliver Loving Parker County Courthouse Parker County Poor Farm and Cemetery Parker County, C.S.A. Parsons Station Peaster Cemetery Poe Prairie Poolville Poolville United Methodist Church Porter Cemetery R. W. Kindel House Robinson Cabin/Slover School Rock Creek Cemetery Rock Springs Cemetery Samuel Joseph Redgate Samuel Willis Tucker Lanham Santa Fe Depot Shaw House Silver Creek United Methodist Church Soda Springs Soldier Spring Park Spring Creek Community Springtown Cemetery Stephens Cemetery Sunshine Special's "Ellsmere" Texas Pythian Home The Double Log Cabin Thomas C. Snailum Tucker House Twentieth Century Club Veal's Station Veal's Station Cemetery Walker Bend Community and Cemetery Walnut Creek Baptist Church Weatherford Weatherford College Old Main Building Weatherford Post Office Weatherford, Mineral Wells and Northwestern Railway Whitt Cemetery Whitt Seminary William and Elisabeth Woody Homestead Woody Cemetery Woolfolk-McCall House Wright Cemetery Zion Hill Church, School, and Cemetery
Texas is also home to the world's largest honky-tonk, Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth. The venue covers three acres and can hold up to 6,000 people.
~ Texas random facts