Monuments

Site of home to which two of the survivors of the Alamo returned... Read more
Marker location: On Saint Louis Street at the intersection with... Read more
Marker location: Saint John Street at the furthest south end.  ... Read more
Marker location: 700 block of St. Louis Street.  Gonzales  ... Read more
Marker location: St. Joseph and St. Lawrence Streets (SE). ... Read more
Marker location: 400 block St. Paul Street. Gonzales   Marker... Read more
Marker location: From Gonzales, take US 183 south about 1.3 ... Read more
Located at the intersection of N. St. Joseph and St. George... Read more
Named for Confederate General Thomas N. Waul, Fort Waul was... Read more
Marker location: 200 block of Saint Louis Street, south side of... Read more
This is the future site of the proposed Gonzales County Veterans... Read more
Memorial location: 414 Smith Street,  on grounds of Memorial... Read more
Commissioned to found a capital for colony of Green DeWitt, ex-... Read more
Marker Location: West side of Kerr Creek., near east City... Read more
Marker location: St. John and St. Louis Streets (NW).  Gonzales... Read more
Marker Location: St. Joseph and St. Louis Streets (SE).... Read more
In October 1913, Gonzales County commissioners contracted with A... Read more
On this site, September 29, 1835 began the strategy of the 18... Read more
Marker location: 1200 block of St. Louis on Memorial Museum... Read more
This giant oak is where Sam Houston gathered his troops and... Read more
Marker Location: From Gonzales Courthouse, take Highway 183... Read more
Marker location: On Saint Louis Street near Water Street,... Read more
Located at the intersection of N. St Joseph Street and St.... Read more
In Memory of the Immortal 32 Gonzales men and boys who, on March... Read more
Marker location: Confederate Square, Gonzales   Marker text: To... Read more

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