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John F. McGehee Home

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832 Belvin St., San Marcos, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 29° 52' 47.46060000012", -97° 57' 3.19542999984"
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     Built in 1889 by John Francis McGehee (1838-1922), a veteran of Hood's Brigade in Civil War. The house, constructed of pine hauled from Bastrop, cypress siding, and handmade brick, is of 19th century Eastlake architectural style. Since McGehee sold the property in 1906, it has had several owners. Dr. J. R. Morton, whose wife, Frances M. Morton, was San Marcos' poet laureate, lived here 1920-51. The George N. Martindales have owned the house since 1955. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1973

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

John F. McGehee Home Historical Marker Location Map, San Marcos, Texas

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