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Granbury City Historical Markers

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in the City of Granbury

City of Granbury Historical Markers

Granbury Historical Markers
Aston-Landers Building
Baker-Doyle Building
Baker-Rylee Building and Town Square Service Station
Bush-Morgan Cherry Building
City named for Confederate General General H.B. Granbury (1831-1864) and Granbury’s Texas Brigade
Comanche Peak
County Named for Famous Confederate General John Bell Hood
E. A. Hannaford Building
First National Bank
General H.B. Granbury
General John Bell Hood
Glenn Brothers Building
Granbury Light Plant
Granbury Railroad Depot
Hardware and Tin Shop
Harris Building
Haynes-Burns-Ewell Building
Hood County News
J.F. and J. Nutt Building
James Hogan Doyle and Mary Kate Stringfellow Doyle
Site of Schultz Blacksmith Shop
The Fair
Three Miles to the of Grave of Elizabeth Crockett
Granbury Churches
First Baptist Church of Granbury
First Christian Church of Granbury
First Presbyterian Church of Granbury
Granbury Methodist Church
Granbury Schools
Granbury Cemeteries
Granbury Cemetery
Mitchell Bend Cemetery
Nubbin Ridge Cemetery
The Colony Cemetery
Hood County Courthouse
Granbury Historical Homes & Houses
Aston House
Bowden Kennon House
Bowden-Kennon House
Daniel House
Daniel-Harris Home
David L. Nutt Home
Dr. William and Eunice Walker House
E. A. Hannaford House
Gordon Home
Granbury House
Granbury Opera House
Holderness-Aiken House
Hood County Jailhouse
J.D. and Georgia Brown House
John W. Bull Stone House
Lees-Bryan House
Site of Home of Elizabeth Crockett
Smith-Savage House
Thrash-Landers-Hiner House
Wright-Henderson-Duncan House