Tag Archive: Gregg County Historical Commission

Oct 04 2014

Accepting Applications

The Gregg County Historical Commission is seeking applications for new Official Texas Historical Markers. Deadline is Oct. 24 for the 2015 Texas Historical Commission marker cycle. The markers can honor historic individuals, schools, churches, communities, cemeteries, businesses and historic events. Marker sponsors can be residents or organizations and are responsible for the application’s research, narrative and …

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Sep 13 2013

Texas Historical Marker unveiling slated – Dedication recognizes Longview’s Jerusalem Baptist Church for historical significance

An Official Texas Historical Marker will be unveiled this weekend for Longview’s Jerusalem Baptist Church, 1327 E. Cotton St. The public is invited to the 10 a.m. Saturday, September 14 event at the church. Participating in the marker dedication will be representatives from the church, city, county and Gregg County Historical Commission. Jerusalem Baptist Church …

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Apr 22 2013

Historical commission welcomes new members

According to GCHC Chairman Gordon Northcutt, recently appointed to two-year commission terms are Paul Anderson, Longview; Fallon Burns, Kilgore; Steven Kimbro, Longview; Johnny King, Longview; Bennie Moore, Gladewater; Sylvia Nelson, Kilgore; Elaine Roddy, Gladewater; and Debbie Sadler, Longview. “We are excited to welcome these new members to the Commission,” Northcutt said. “The Gregg County Historical …

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