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Gonzales County, Texas Points of Interest

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in Gonzales

Gonzales County Historical Markers

Gonzales County - General Interest
African American Education
Amasa Turner
Andrew Ponton
Andrew Zumwalt
Augustus H. Jones
Battle of Gonzales
Bennet Valentine
Campsite Marking Start of San Jacinto Campaign
Captain Philip Coe
Central Square
Charles Mason
Community of Pilgrim
Community of Wrightsboro
David Burkett
David L. Kokernot
Dr. George Washington Barnett
Dr. John Turner Tinsley
Dr. Thomas Polk
Duncan Ferry
Edward Dickinson
Eli Mitchell
First Shot of the Texas Revolution
Fleming T. Wells
Fort Waul
George W. Davis
Ghost Town of Dewville
Gonzales Cannon
Gonzales Cannon
Gonzales College
Gonzales County Jail
Gonzales Memorial Museum and Amphitheatre
Here was fired first gun for Texas Independence.
Holmes Hospital
Hopkinsville Lodge No. 183, A.F. & A.M.
Hutson B. Littlefield
Indian Fort, Site of
Jail Square
James D. Owens
James Hodges, Sr.
James W. Robinson, First Lieutenant Governor of Texas
Jesse Kencheloe Davis
Kerr’s Creek
Kerr’s Settlement
Leander C. Cunningham
Market Square
Mathew Caldwell
Maurin Quarry
Military Plaza
Miller’s Store
Mitchel Putnam
Oak Forest Bridge
Old Eighteen
Old Smiley Lake and Townsite
River Crossing
Route of Gen. Sam Houston to San Jacinto
Route of Old Chisholm Trail
Salt Flats of Pilgrim Lake
Sam Houston Oak
Sam Houston’s Camp
Sandies-Dewville Community
Santa Anna Mound
Sarah Seely Dewitt
Site of Confederate Fort
Site of Hopkinsville
Site of the First Shot of the Texas Revolution
The Immortal 32
The Town of Waelder
Theodore S. Lee
William A. Matthews
Women of the Confederacy
Gonzales County Churches
Church Square
Dewville United Methodist Church
Episcopal Church of the Messiah
First Baptist Church of Gonzales
First Baptist Church of Nixon
First Baptist Church of Smiley
First Methodist Church of Gonzales
Harwood Methodist Church and Masonic Lodge
Leesville Baptist Church
Pilgrim Presbyterian Church
Sandies Chapel Cemetery
Smiley United Methodist Church
The Presbyterian Church of Gonzales
Gonzales County Schools
Leesville School
Gonzales County Cemeteries
Cemetery Square
Dikes Family Cemetery
Ebenezer Cemetery
Gonzales City Cemetery
Green Dewitt Cemetery
Greenwood Cemetery
Harwood Cemetery
Jewish Cemetery
Masonic Cemetery
Ottine Cemetery
Gonzales County Courthouse
Gonzales Courthouse
Gonzales County Homes & Houses
1834 Homesite of Capt. and Mrs. Almaron Dickinson
Braches House
Brown House
Charles T. Rather House
Eggleston House
J. W. and Nannie C. Bailey House
John Fauth House
Kennard House
Remschel House
The Pilgrim Home
Wells Home
William B. and Sue J. Houston House