Historical Markers in
Rusk County, Texas

Anadarko Rosenwald School Antioch Arlam Baptist Church Arnold Building No. 2 Arnold Outhouse Baysinger Cemetery Bethel Cemetery Birdwell House Blossom Hill United Methodist Church Brachfield Bridges Cemetery Buckner Cemetery Caledonia Methodist Church Campground Cemetery Capt. Robert Smith Chalk Hill Community Church Cherokee Indian Village Church Hill United Methodist Church Clinton Lodge No. 23, A. F. & A. M. Crim's Chapel Cemetery Crim, Elias Fleming and Mattie Spharler, House Dennard Home East Texas Musical Convention Ebenezer Cemetery First Baptist Church of Henderson First Methodist Church of Overton First United Methodist Church of Henderson Forest Home Baptist Church Gaston Public School Complex General James Smith George W. Burton Glenfawn Cemetery Hardeman-Griffin House Harmony Hill Cemetery Henderson Henderson City Cemetery Henderson Depot Hickory Grove Baptist Church Holleman Cemetery Howard-Dickinson House Hunt Cemetery John Strong and Mary Ann (Whatley) Strong John T. C. Patrick Home Joiner No. 3 Daisy Bradford Joseph Charles Miszner Judge William Wright Morris Lakewood Memorial Park Leverett House Liberty Missionary Baptist Church Lockridge Cemetery London Baptist Church Lou Della Crim No. 1 Lyles-Sanders Cemetery M. Kangerga & Bro. M. Kangerga House Maple Grove Cemetery Martin Cemetery Masonic Lodge Building Mattie Trammel Schoolhouse Mays Cemetery McCune Cemetery Merritt Building Miles Cemetery Millville Cemetery Mission Springs Baptist Church Monte Verdi Monte Verdi Family Slaves New London School Explosion New Prospect Baptist Church and Cemetery Old House of Dr. Wm. M. Ross Patrick Community Pine Grove Cumberland Presbyterian Church Pine Hill Methodist Cemetery Pleasant Grove Methodist Episcopal Church South Cemetery Pleasant Hill Cemetery Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church Redlands Church Rev. William Craig Richard Brown Richardson Building Richardson-Lowe House Rogers-Craig House Rusk County Agriculture Sardis Baptist Church Shiloh Cemetery Shiloh Cemetery Site of Bowles' Indian Village Site of Shawnee Town Smith, Captain Robert W. Smith, General James Smyrna Baptist Church Strong Cemetery Sulphur Springs Missionary Baptist Church T. J. Walling Log Cabin Tatum Cemetery The 1860 Henderson Fire The Railroad in Rusk County Thomas J. Rusk (monument) Town of Tatum Trammel's Trace Wathen-Mays Building Welch Cemetery William C. Davis William C. Hays Wright's Cemetery Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church & Cemetery