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Date taken9-Dec-17 17:38
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Coryell County

Coryell County

Gatesvillebr/Coryell County, Texasbr/31 25.394' N 97 36.970' Wbr/Directions: Start at the intersection of Greenbriar Road and SH-84. Go 200 yards west on SH-84. The marker is on the left (south) side of the br/Text: Formed from Bell County; created February 4, 1854--Organized March 4, 1854. Named in Honor of James Coryell, born in Tennesse in 1796; a member of the Bowie Expedition to the old San Saba Silver Mines in 1831; a Texas Ranger; killed by Indians near Fort Milam May 27, 1837. County seat Fort Gates 1854; Gatesville since.