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George Thomas McGehee House

  Texas Historical Markers
727 Belvin St., San Marcos, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 29° 52' 48.48747999996", -97° 56' 57.51841999992"
    Texas State
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     Among the first settlers in the San Marcos area, George Thomas McGehee (1836-1926) moved here with his parents, Minerva (Hunt) and Thomas Gilmer McGehee, in 1846. He fought in the Civil War with Terry's Texas Rangers and served 3 terms in the State Legislature, 1887-91 and 1893-94. In 1895 he and his wife, Sarah Cherokee Woods McGehee (1849-1928), built this turreted Victorian residence. In 1949 it was bought and restored by Homer M. (1897-1972) and Vola Thompson. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1975

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

George Thomas McGehee House Historical Marker Location Map, San Marcos, Texas

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