Harris County Precinct 4Historical Markers
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Historical Markers

There are 41 designated historical sites located within Precinct 4. To access information and photos of each historical marker, please click on the stars in the map below or click on the left-side navigation buttons.

Precinct 4 thanks the Harris County Historical Commission (HCHC) for providing the majority of the marker information. For additional historical locations in Harris County, please visit the HCHC’s website at www.historicalcommission.hctx.net.

Note: The descriptions found on the Precinct 4 website have been modified for readability and do not appear exactly as they do on the historical markers.

Historical Markers Map Griffin Memorial House Jefferson Davis Highway Kohrmann Family Cemetery Humble Cemetery First United Methodist Church Moonshine Hill Humble Lodge No. 979 A. F. and A. M. City of Humble Lambrecht's Artesian Well St. Paul A.M.E. Church Wunderlich Farm Kohrville Community Catherine Wunderlich Theis (Theiss) Family Klein Community McDougle Cemetery Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery Strack Cemetery Seal McDougle Cemetery Brill-Mueller House Pillot Cemetery Pillot Family Confederate Powder Mill Salem Lutheran Church Site, Old Salem Lutheran School Spring Cemetery Wunsche Brothers Saloon & Hotel Spring (Town of) Bayou Bend Neuhaus Houston (Hugo Victor, Jr.) Forum of Civics Camp Logan Anderson House St. John United Church of Christ St. Peter's United (Lutheran) Church Perry Cemetery Heritage Presbyterian Church Zion Lutheran Cemetery Salem Lutheran Cemetery Rose Hill Cemetery Vollmer Cemetery