Historical Markers in
Roberts County, Texas

A Century of the Methodist Church Adams-White Place Allen Hardware Store Andrew (Rube) Foster Bald Prairie Cemetery Bald Prairie Church of Christ Barton Home Big Brazos Bridge Brazos Manufacturing Company, C. S. A. Bremond Calvert Jewish Cemetery Camp Creek Cemetery Camp Hearne, World War II Prisoner of War Camp Captain Henry Reed Casimir Drugstore Church of the Epiphany Citizens Bank & Trust Co. Building City of Hearne Cobb's Market Colonel O. M. Roberts Colored Graveyard in the Old Town of Hearne, The Cottage Hotel Dr. Benjamin F. Hammond Dunn Cemetery Ebenezer Hearne Cemetery Edward McMillan El Camino Real First Baptist Church of Bremond First Baptist Church of Calvert First Baptist Church of Hearne First Presbyterian Church Former Calvert Courthouse Fossil Beds Franklin Franklin Carnegie Library Franklin Cemetery Franklin North and South Cemetery General Walter Washington Williams Grace United Methodist Church Greater Riverside Cemetery Heards Prairie Cemetery Home Area of Chinese Farmers Howard House Isaac Phillip Stem Jacques Adoue Building Joseph and Catherine Bartula Katy Hamman Stricker Library Love High School Miami Cemetery Miami Mammoth Kill Site Miami Railroad Depot Mistrot-Adoue House Nesbitt Cemetery and Beck Prairie Baptist Church New Baden New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Norwood Cemetery Old Calvert Foundry and Manufacturing Company Old Cavitt House Old Franklin Parnell Paul Bremond Philen House Randolph-Field Place Rev. Robert Crawford Robert Cyrus Allen Home Roberts County Roberts County Courthouse Robertson County Robertson County Courthouse Sheriff Bob Reeves Shiloh Baptist Church Site of Elmo Baptist Church Site of Extinct Town of Hammond Site of Harvey Massacre Site of Owensville Sneed Memorial Methodist Church St. Mary's Catholic Church St. Paul United Methodist Church St. Phillips Episcopal Staggers Point Sterling Cemetery Stricker-Sneed House Suggs Cemetery The Parish Carriage House Thompson Cemetery Town of Calvert Virginia Field Park Walnut Creek Cemetery Wayside Community Wheelock Wheelock Wilson Chapel Cemetery Wilson Chapel Cemetery Wootan Wells
The Battle of San Jacinto fought on April 21, 1836, was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution, and led to the capture of Santa Anna and the end of the conflict.
~ Texas random facts