Hunt County Historical Commission


Hunt County Local Markers
(markers placed by private groups)



Central National Road

US Hwy 69 North


Marker placed in 1926 by
Daughters of the American Revolution
Thomas Wynne Chapter








Confederate Veterans

Forest Park Cemetery
US Bus 69 S


Marker placed in 1941 by
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Greenville Chapter



Hooker Ridge Baptist Church

FM 513 South

Marker placed in 1955








Burleson College

West Lee Street


Marker placed in 1956 by
Burleson College Alumni







Muddig Community

FM 1532 & CR 4907
Northeast Hunt County


Marker placed in 1968



New Concord Community

FM 3211
(from Greenville - west on SH 66, turn right on FM 3211, Clinton Road, marker on north side of road .4 mile)

Marker placed in 1975 by
New Concord Community Reunion Committee









Webb Hill

Webb Hill Cemetery
CR 1023 & FM 2358
Wolfe City


Marker placed in 1986



Webb Hill Cemetery

CR 1023 & FM 2358
Wolfe City






The Shields Giants

Kingston, US Hwy 69 N

(marker is ~300 fit south of
US 69 & CR 1038 intersection)


Marker placed in 1993 by
Descendents of the Shields Brothers




East Texas Normal College

IOOF Building
Commerce Square


Marker placed in 1994





William L. Mayo
East Texas Normal College

TX A&M Commerce Campus
Heritage House







Louise Drake Garden Club



Marker placed in 2002






Law Enforcement Memorial

Hunt County Corrections Center


Marker placed in 2006






Hooker Cemetery

FM 513
5 miles south of Lone Oak


Marker placed in 2011





Texas Divided


corner of
Lee & Wesley Streets


Marker placed in 2013






Copyright 2001-
Hunt County Historical Commission
Carol Taylor, Chair

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