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Ragsdale-Jackman-Yarbrough House

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621 W. San Antonio St., San Marcos, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 29° 52' 41.83060000008", -97° 56' 49.72269000012"
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     Built in 1868 by Peter C. Ragsdale (1810-1882), veteran of the army of the . After his death, his wife, Elmira, operated a school for girls until the house sold in 1891 to William T. (Uncle Billy) Jackman (1851-1939), trail driver to Kansas (1870s-80s), sheriff of Hays County (1892-1912), postmaster of San Marcos (1913-1920), president of Trail Drivers Association (1931-1937). Restored 1947 by Mr. and Mrs. Yancy Yarbrough, local educators. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1972

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Ragsdale-Jackman-Yarbrough House Historical Marker Location Map, San Marcos, Texas