Limestone County Historical Commission
Limestone County Historical Commission

Texas A&M Students Visit the Brinkley Davis House

Texas A&M's Dr. Brent Fortenberry and the students in his Recording Historic Buildings course visited the Brinkley Davis House on September 9, 2018.  Dr. Fortenberry is using the structure to teach his students about mid-19th century architecture and construction.  Over the course of three visits, the class will also thoroughly study the structure and will document it by creating measured drawings that meet the Historic American Buildings Survey standards.  These will be archived in the Library of Congress.

Distinguished Service Award

The Texas Historical Commission recently honored the Limestone County Historical Commission with a Distinguished Service Award for the 2017 year of service.  The THC issues Distinguished Service Awards each year to CHCs that exemplify exceptional service and dedication to the State of Texas.  This award was presented to the Limestone CHC on August 14, 2018 by Limestone County Judge Richard Duncan during a meeting of the Limestone County Commissioners Court. 

Receiving the Distinguished Service Award from Judge Duncan are CHC members Joe Phillips, Cindy Pollard, Donald McDonald, Linda Jordan, Bruce Jordan, and Terri Lenamon. Seated is John McCarver, Precinct 1 Commissioner. (Photo Courtesy of Joyce Bateman)

Current Projects of the Limestone CHC

Brinkley Davis House


The Limestone CHC has initiated a project to save a local pioneer home...



Footprints of Times Past


An oral history project to document the vanishing communities of Limestone Co...



Limestone County Cemetery Preservaion


Limestone County cemeteries are important to our heritage and must be protected.


First Families of Limestone County


Early settlers of Limestone County can be honored as First Families of Limestone County.


Next Meeting

Limestone County Courtroom


April 9, 2019

6:00 pm


The stabilization project of the Yell Cabin at Old Fort Parker received an Honor Award from Preservation Texas on February 27, 2018. Click below to view a time lapse video of the work.
The Footprints of Times Past exhibit is now on display at the Limestone County Courthouse.

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