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White - Turner House

  Texas Historical Markers
1307 N. Main St., Bastrop, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 6' 41.7996", -97° 19' 19.7976"
    Texas State
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    John W. and Martha L. White had this late 19th-century Victorian home constructed in 1890 and lived here until 1894. Several families owned the house until 1901 when Nash Turner purchased it for his mother, Kate. Turner, an internationally recognized race horse trainer, lived here with his mother in 1920-21. The home, which features fine Eastlake gingerbread trim, remained in the Turner family until 1937. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1983

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

White - Turner House Historical Marker Location Map, Bastrop, Texas