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James Azle Steward

  Texas Historical Markers
124 W Main Street, Azle, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 53' 7.895616", -97° 32' 47.43906"
    Texas State
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     Tennessee native James Azle Steward came to Texas prior to 1860. He and his wife, Mary E. Fowler Steward, were among the early settlers of this area. Steward was a well-known, respected pioneer physician. The settlement, which had been known by several different names at various times, was renamed Azle when Dr. Steward gave land for a townsite in 1883. He was also instrumental in the establishment of Ash Creek Cemetery. Azle Christian Church was built on land donated by the Doctor. A Mason, he was buried in Ash Creek Cemetery.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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