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Granbury House

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104 E. Pearl St., Granbury, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 26' 31.7652", -97° 47' 14.9388"
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    Martha Washington (Garrison) Stringfellow (1834-1914), a widow with three children, migrated to Hood County about 1871. To support her family, she operated a boarding house, known as The Granbury House, at this location. In 1874 she married local builder Joseph W. Anderson (d. 1901), who probably erected this structure. Anderson was a stonemason and partner in a Lumber Mill. He constructed many of Granbury's homes, churches, and victorian commercial buildings. Among the later tenants of this structure were hotels, saloons, cafes, and clothing stores.

This page last updated: 7/21/2010 00:07:27

StoppingPoints.com Editorial on Granbury House:
Granbury House is now home to a restaurant:

101 East Pearl Street
Granbury, TX 76048
Phone: (817) 573-6262‎

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