Historical Markers in
Wharton County, Texas

Albert Clinton Horton Boling United Methodist Church Camp Zion Missionary Baptist Church Captain W. E. Heard Home Chesterville Cemetery City of Wharton Community of Egypt Culp Krueger Danevang Danevang Community Hall (Danevang Forsamlingshus) Egypt Plantation Egypt Plantation Cemetery Egypt, Community of El Campo El Campo First Baptist Church El Campo Independent School District El Campo Library Building Elkins, Nettie, House First Baptist Church of Wharton First Christian Church of El Campo First National Bank of El Campo First United Methodist Church of Wharton Frazarville G. C. and Clara Mick Home Garrett, John and Sophie, House Glen Flora Glen Flora Plantation Holy Cross Catholic Parish Hudgins Family Cemetery Irrigation and the Development of Agriculture in Lane City, Texas J. D. Hudgins Ranch Joseph A. Hamilton House Joseph and Rachel Rabb Newman Josiah Dawson Hudgins Judge Edwin Hawes House Judge George E. Quinan K.J.T. St. Wenceslaus Society No. 40 Lissie United Methodist Church Louise Methodist Church Marion Wesley (Baldy) Crowell New York, Texas & Mexican Railroad and The Community of Hungerford Pierce Ranch House Security Bank and Trust Company Shanghai Pierce Ranch Shanghai Pierce Ranch House Shearith Israel Synagogue Site Of Pierce Hotel Site of Plaza Hotel and Plaza Theater Site of Post West Bernard Station Site of Quinan Community Site of The Home of Robert McAlpin Williamson Site of World War II Prisoner of War Camp St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church St. Paul Lutheran Church St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Parish St. Thomas' Episcopal Church Texas Gulf Sulphur Company-Newgulf The Judge Robert McAlpin Williamson Home Webb, Mack Hardware Store Wharton Cemetery Wharton County Wharton County Abstract Company Wharton County Courthouse Wharton County Historical Museum William Jones Elliot Heard and Egypt Plantation