Historical Markers of Orange County, Texas

The USS ORLECK DD-886, docked in the City of Orange

(previously identified as the USS Aulick)
More about the USS Orleck

Photo by Elaine Stone

Historical Markers in Orange County

For information on the following markers, click on the marker name


Atakapan Indians of Orange County

Benckenstein, Leonard Frederick

Beuhler, Emmett, House

Black Education in Orange County

Bland-Bazzano House

Brown, Edgar William, Dr.

Brown, Samuel M., Dr.

Chandler, Laura

Cole, John

Cole Settlement

Curry, Putnam B.

End of the Line Station

Evergreen Cemetery

First Baptist Church of Orange

First Christian Church

First National Bank of Orange

First United Methodist Church of Orange

Gilmer, Alexander

Harmon, John

Howell-Linscomb Home

Jackson-Hustmyre House

Jett, Absolam

Jorgensen House

Kishi Colony

Latchem, Emma George

Levingston, George M.

Levingston, Samuel H.

Linscomb Cemetery

Joe and Annie Lucas House

Lutcher & Moore Lumber Company

Lutcher Memorial Church Building

Lutcher, Henry Jacob

Madison Lodge No. 126, A.F. & A.M.

Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church

Neyland-Gilmer House

Niblett's Bluff

Norsworthy, B.H.

Ochiltree, Hugh


Orange Chamber of Commerce

Orange County

Orange County and the Civil War

Orange Leader

Pattillo, George Alexander

Rainbow Bridge

Russell, Robert B.

Saint Paul Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

Saint Therese Catholic Church

Salem United Methodist Church

Sawmill Industry in Orange County

Saxon, Charles Holmes

Sholars, Samuel Wallace, M.D.

Sims, Jimmy O.

St. Mary's Catholic Church

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

Stark, John Thomas

Stark, W.H., House

Stark, William Henry

Swinford, Jerome

U.S.S. Aulick

West, Clairborne

Williamson, William

Williamson Settlement

Winfree, Abraham

Wingate, David Robert

Woman's Club of Orange, The

Woodmen of the World Lodge Building

World War II P.O.W. Camp

The information on Historical Markers is from The Texas Historical Sites Atlas