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Wood County, Texas Points of Interest

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in Wood

Wood County Historical Markers

Wood County - General Interest
Birthplace of Miss Ima Hogg
C. W. Raines
Captain Henry Stout
Chalybeate Springs
First Election in Wood County
First National Bank Building
First National Bank of Mineola
Flora Lodge No. 119, A.F. & A.M.
George C. Reeves (Aug. 31, 1854 - Aug. 29, 1934)
Harry W. Meredith
J. H. Jones and the Old Settlers Reunion Grounds
James Stephen Hogg
Jarvis Christian College
John Creighton Buchanan
Martin Varner
Martin Varner
Mineola Masonic Lodge No. 502, A.F. & A.M.
Mineola Post Office
Old Bailey Hotel
Richard Malcolm Smith
Robert N. Stafford
Sarah Rosalie Patten Buchanan
Select Theater
Site of Public Mineral Water Well
The Thomas Breen Family
William Jesse McDonald
Wisener Field
Wood County Churches
Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Winnsboro
East Point Missionary Baptist Church
First Baptist Church of Mineola
First Baptist Church of Quitman
First Baptist Church of Winnsboro
First Methodist Church of Winnsboro
First Presbyterian Church of Winnsboro
Hopewell Church and Cemetery
Little Hope Missionary Baptist Church
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church
New Hope Baptist Church
Perryville Baptist Church
Perryville Methodist Church
Rock Hill Baptist Church
Smyrna Baptist Church
Wood County Schools
Macedonia School
Pleasant Grove School & Cemetery
Site of Little Indiana School
Wood County Cemeteries
Clover Hill Cemetery
Indian Cemetery and Villages
Lee Cemetery
Old Winnsboro Cemetery
Sand Springs Cemetery
Shady Grove Cemetery
Wood County Courthouse
Wood County Homes & Houses
Carlock Home
Collins-Haines Home
Corbitt Home
James A. Stinson Home
James Stephen Hogg’s Early Home
Lankford-Stinson House
Lott House
Mountain Home
O. P. Pyle House