Historic Buildings of Marion County
by
Theodore Bolton

     
     
   
     
     

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  Abernathy-Singleton House, 204 N. Soda St., Jefferson,
  Alley,D. N. ,Sr. ,House, 209 E. Broadway, Jefferson,
  Alley-Carlson House, 501 E. Walker St., Jefferson,
  Birge,Noble A. ,House, 212 N. Vale St., Jefferson, Beard House
  Camp,J.,Building, 112 N. Vale St., Jefferson,
  Christ Episcopal Church, Main & Taylor Sts., Jefferson,
  Culberson House, 403 N. Walnut St., Jefferson,
  Cutrer-Key House, State Rt. 59, Jefferson vicinity,
  DeWare House, 202 E. Dixon St., Jefferson,
  Duke,W. S. ,House, 112 S. Friou St., Jefferson,
  Excelsior Hotel, Austin St., Jefferson,
  Freeman,Willamson M. ,House, Rt. 49, Jefferson vicinity,
  House of the Seasons, 409 S. Alley St., Jefferson,
  Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, 201 N. Vale St., Jefferson,
  Kahn Saloon Building, 123 W. Austin St., Jefferson,
  Murphy-Dannelly House, 410 Delte St., Jefferson,
  Old Jefferson Courthouse, 304 W. Broadway, Jefferson,
  Planters Bank Building & Warehouse, 224 E. Austin St., Jefferson,
  Presbyterian Church, 600 E. Jefferson St., Jefferson,
  Presbyterian Manse, 221 Delta St., Jefferson,
  Sedberry House, 211 N. Market St., Jefferson,
  Spelling, Solomon A. ,House, 107 E. Clarkesville St., Jefferson,
  St. Mary's Catholic School-Sinai Hebrew Synagogue, 209 N. Henderson St., Jefferson,
  U. S. Courthouse & Post Office, 224 W. Austin St., Jefferson,
  Woods House, 502 E. Walker St., Jefferson,
  Wright-Lester House, 301 S. Friou St., Jefferson,
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Links

     
     
 
Texas Historical Commission
  Texas Department of Transportation Texas County Maps Highway Maps
  Marion County GenWeb
  The Handbook of Texas Online
   
     
     

My Other Sites 

     
 
 
AfroTexan Historical and Genealogical Resources
All God's Children Got Wings: Tribute to Former Slaves of Texas
When Freedom Cried Out  The Freedmen's Bureau in Texas
Union League of Texas Freedmen's Bureau Political Counterpart
Shackles on my Feet  African American Laws of 19th-Century Texas

A Penny Here, A Penny There Historically Black Colleges In Texas

African Americans in Camp County The Early Years
African Americans in Harrison County The Early Years
African Americans in Marion County The Early Years
African Americans in Upshur County The Early Years
The Bolton Community of Camp / Upshur The Early Years
Your Bible (My first site) Some of my favorite scriptures
Old Buildings of Harrison County  Most built by slave labor
Historic Buildings of Marion County Most built by slave labor labor
 

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