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McKinney City Historical Markers

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

City of McKinney Historical Markers

McKinney Historical Markers
1911 McKinney Post Office
Birthplace of Rebekah Baines Johnson
Collin County Farm
Collin County Prison
Collin County
Dr. William Edward Throckmorton
Dulaney Cottage
First National Bank Building
Governor James Webb Throckmorton (February 1, 1825-April 21, 1894)
Law Office of James W. Throckmorton
Pecan Grove Memorial Park
Site of Elm Saloon
Texas American Bank/McKinney N. A., formerly the Collin County National Bank
McKinney Churches
First Baptist Church of McKinney
First Christian Church of McKinney
First Presbyterian Church of McKinney
First United Methodist Church of McKinney
Forest Grove Christian Church
Saint Mark Baptist Church
Stiff Chapel Cemetery
McKinney Schools
Fanny Finch Elementary School
Site of Muse Academy
McKinney Cemeteries
Altoga Cemetery
Bradley Cemetery
Buckner Cemetery
George McGarrah Cemetery
McLarry Cemetery
Scott Cemetery
Williams Cemetery
Woodlawn Cemetery
1927 Collin County Courthouse
Old Collin County Courthouse
McKinney Historical Homes & Houses
Aron-Harris House
Barnes-Largent House
Beverly-Harris House
Burton House
Charles P. and Sallie G. Heard Home
Collin McKinney Home
Crouch-Perkins House
Davis House
Davis House
Dr. William Taylor Hoard House
Dulaney House
Estes House
Fox-Caldwell House
Gough-Hughston House
Heard-Craig House
Howell House
J. D. Stiff Home
James Calvin Rhea House
John Faires House
John Martin House
John S. and Rachel W. Heard House
Kirkpatrick House
L. A. Scott Home
Site of Wilmeth-McKinney Homestead
Taylor House
Waddill-Morris Homesite
William B. Largent House
William Clinton and Anna Belle Thompson House