Chair, Burleson County Historical Commission
8831 FM 2039
Somerville, TX 77879
For more information, you may also contact:
Steward, Texas Archeological Stewardship Network
(Archeology, Ft. Tenoxtitlan, Section 106, county history, etc.)
(Cemeteries, Genealogy, etc)
OR ANY OTHER CHC MEMBER LISTED BELOW !!!
We’re all here to help!
We’re now on Facebook…!!
Or do a search for the Burleson County Historical Commission.
Be our Friend and watch as we build the Facebook page with Photos, Information, etc.
Meeting dates will be posted there as well, and the public is invited to our meetings.
DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION OR COMMENT?
Contact us on Facebook, or via this website!
And watch for THIS SITE to grow as well…our CHC Members are busy transcribing county
records, looking for new cemeteries, school locations, church locations, gins and other
We’re trying to save history as fast as we can!
We always need, and welcome, non-member volunteers!
Ask how you can help!
Interested in serving on the Burleson County Historical Commission?
Formal Request for Appointment Form (click here)
2015 and 2016 CHC Members
|Hinnant, Amy Jurica||Houston|
Burleson County’s third courthouse – 1890 General Edward Burleson
171 years old in 2017
Burleson County Timeline Books are now in the second printing and
available at the Historical Museum in the Courthouse. $10 each
For more details – call Melynda at 979-272-8407
or call the Burleson County Chamber of Commerce at 979-567-0000
Burleson County Cemetery List
click on link above to see complete list of cemeteries
If you would like to dedicate a piece of proper for a cemetary, please fill out the Certificate of Dedication above, along with a plat to the County Clerk’s office.
Texas Historical Markers in Burleson County
click on link above to see complete list of markers
Burleson County World War II
Historical Marker Dedicated
October 19, 2008
Burleson County Courthouse
Sponsored by the BURLESON COUNTY HISTORICAL COMMISSION
Burleson County Historical Museum
Located on the First Floor of the County Courthouse
Friday from 1:30 – 4:30 pm, or by appointment
Tour groups and school groups are welcome
Our museum focuses on early county settlement and history. Look for changes in the next months as we revitalize our displays! We also have a variety of resources and archives for research, that may be used on site.
The Historical Commission is appointed by the Burleson County Commissioner’s Court and we serve two year terms. We are committed to the preservation of our county’s history. We assist in research and answer questions if we can. We work in conjunction with the Burleson County Historical Society on many inquiries and projects.
If anyone is interested in obtaining a Texas Historical Marker or a Historic Texas Cemetery Designation, they need to contact the Burleson County Historical Commission. Information and forms can be found at the Texas Historical Commission’s website, but approval is required on the County level before submitting applications to THC. We have the necessary forms as well. We organize dedication ceremonies, and try to help with marker funding if possible. Our County funds are extremely limited!
Anyone interested in adding a Veteran’s name to our ongoing Veterans’ Roll Call project can do so by contacting us. We are looking for names of anyone that ever lived in Burleson County who served in the military, war or peace time. We have close to 4000 names and there is no deadline.
For information about these projects, or any other historical information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.