Historical Markers in
Williamson County, Texas

A. A. & Mary Spacek House A. J. and Carolina Anderson House A. M. Brown Cabin A. W. Sillure House A.S. Mason House Amos-Godbey House Andice Baptist Church Andrew J. Palm House Anti-Slaveholding Union Baptist Cemetery Bagdad Cemetery Barbette Barker House Battle of Brushy Creek Bill Pickett Birthplace of Governor Dan Moody Booth House Brick Streets in Granger Bryson Stagecoach Stop Burcham House C.A.D. Clamp C.B. and Lilburn Atkinson House C.C. and Mattie Hughes Cody House C.S.A. Cotton Cards Factory Cabin from Gabriel Mills Area Caldwell-Palm House Cedar Chopping in Central Texas Cedar Park Cedar Park Cemetery Champion Cemetery Chief Justice John Edward Hickman Christ Lutheran Church Citizens Memorial Cemetery City of Taylor City of Weir Community of Jonah Community of Theon Confederate Chaplains Rev. Edward Hudson-Rd. John Hudson Connell Cemetery Cooper Sansom House Corn Hill Community Cornhill Cemetery Cypress School Dalrymple, William Cornelius Daniel Harrison David H. and Jerusha Dyches McFadin House Doak Home Doak Pavilion Site "Dog Run" Log Cabin Double File Trail Double File Trail Dr. James Lee Dickey Early Church Early Commercial Building Easley Home Easley-Sloan Cemetery Education in Round Rock Eikel-Prewitt Building El Milagro Elisha Allen Emzy Taylor Evangelical Free Church Farmers State Bank Building First Baptist Church First Baptist Church Georgetown First Baptist Church of Florence First Baptist Church of Liberty Hill First Christian Church of Taylor First National Bank of Bartlett First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church (Georgetown) First Presbyterian Church of Bartlett First Presbyterian Church of Taylor First United Methodist Church of Bartlett First United Methodist Church of Florence First United Methodist Church of Georgetown Florence Church of Christ Fore Cemetery Founding of Georgetown Friendship Community Gabriel Mills George Irvine House Georgetown Fire House and Old City Hall Georgetown High School Building Georgetown, Location of Grace Episcopal Church Granger Brethren Church Granger City Hall (Farmers State Bank) Granger High School Granite for the State Capitol H.C. Craig Building Hall Named for Laura L. Kuykendall Hall Ranch Home Harrell Cemetery Heinatz Homestead Here Sleep the Victims of the "Webster Massacre" Home of A. J. Nelson Hopewell Cemetery Howard Bland, Sr. Hutto Hutto Baptist Church Hutto Cemetery Hutto Evangelical Lutheran Church Hutto Lutheran Cemetery Hutto United Methodist Church Immanuel Lutheran Church In Memory of George Washington Glasscock, Sr. In Memory of The Pioneer Builders Inner Space Cavern (Laubach Cave) Iota Chapter, Kappa Sigma Fraternity J. A. McDougle Home James B. Williams James O. Rice Jarrell Jesse Cooper House Jessie Daniel Ames John Berry, Frontiersman John G. Matthews John G. Matthews House Jolly Cemetery Jollyville Community and School Jonah Cemetery Judge Greenleaf Fisk Judge Harry N. Graves Kenney's Fort Kimbro Family Cemetery Klattenhoff House Ku Klux Klan Trials Land Cemetery Lawler Community Lawrence Chapel Cemetery Leander Leander Presbyterian Church Leander Schools Leander United Methodist Church Leanderthal Lady Lesesne-Stone Building Liberty Hill Cemetery Liberty Hill Masonic Hall Liberty Hill United Methodist Church Luther Stearns, Sr. M.B. Lockett Building M.B. Norman House Macedonia Baptist Church Macedonia Cemetery Machu Cemetery MacNabb Home Mager Cemetery Major Robert McNutt Mankins Crossing Manuel Flores Marsh F. Smith House Monodale Community Mount Arie (Mount Ararat) Missionary Baptist Church Negro Fine Arts School Nelson-Crier House New Hope First Baptist Church and Cemetery Norman's Crossing North Fork of the San Gabriel River Norton Moses Lodge No. 336, A.F. & A.M. Old Broom Factory Building Old Dimmitt Building Old Dimmitt Home Old Georgetown Cemetery Oliver Cemetery Olson House Original Site of Southwestern University Otto Reinke Building Page-Decrow-Weir House Palm Valley Lutheran Church Pennington Family Cemetery Pickle-Mason House Pioneers' House Pond Springs Cemetery Pond Springs Community and School Post Oak Island Lodge #181, A.F. & A.M. Preslar-Hewitt Building Railroad Produce Warehouse Robert J. Rivers Rock House Community Rocky Hollow Cemetery Round Rock Round Rock Cemetery Round Rock Volunteer Fire Department Saints Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church Saints Cyril and Methodius Catholic School Sam Bass' Death Site San Gabriel Lodge No. 89, A. F. & A. M. San Gabriel Park Saul Cemetery Shafer Saddlery Shiloh Baptist Church Shiloh-McCutcheon Cemetery Site of a Block House Site of Bartlett Colored School Site of Concord School Site of Gano Community Site of Loafer's Glory Apostolic Church Site of Marshall-Carver High School Site of Moravia School Site of Neusser (Naizerville) Site of New Bern Church, School, and Cemetery Site of Stony Point School Slave Burial Ground in Old Round Rock Cemetery Sloan House Smart-McCormick Home Southwestern University Southwestern University Main Building St. James Church St. John Lutheran Church St. John's Cemetery St. John's United Methodist Church St. Peters United Church of Christ Steele Store-Makemson Hotel Building Stubblefield Building Taylor Brethren Church Taylor National Bank Taylor Post Office Taylor, John McQueen Taylor-Cooper House Tex Avery Texan Santa Fe Expedition The David Love Store The G. W. Riley House The Harrell-Stone House The Round Rock The Taylor Public Schools The Tenth Street United Methodist Church The Woman's Club of Georgetown Town of Thrall Trinity Lutheran College Tucker-Smith House Turkey Creek School Type Cemetery Union Hall Independent Missionary Baptist Church United Methodist Church United States Senator Morgan C. Hamilton W. C. Vaden House W. Y. Penn Home Washington Bower Webster Massacre Wedemeyer Hospital Site Weir Community Cemetery Wesley Chapel A.M.E. Church Wessels, T. F., Home William M. Owen House Complex William O. Spencer Williams-Buck Cemetery Williamson County Williamson County Williamson County Courthouse Williamson County Jail Williamson County Sun Wilson Spring Cemetery Wilson-Leonard Brushy Creek Burial Site Xi Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order Young House Zion Lutheran Church Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery
The cattle industry played a significant role in the development of Texas, with cowboys driving cattle from Texas to railheads in Kansas during the late 1800s and early 1900s.
~ Texas random facts