Hood County Courthouse Historic District, Granbury

Wright-Henderson-Duncan House, Granbury


Hood County Museum, Granbury


Acton Cemetery
Acton Methodist Church, Granbury
Acton Public Square
Add-Ran Christian College
Aston House
Aston-Landers Building
Baker-Doyle Building, Granbury
Baker-Rylee Building and Town Square Service Station
Bowden-Kennon House
Bush-Morgan Cherry Building
City named for Confederate General General H. B. Granbury (1831-1864) and Granbury’s Texas Brigade
Comanche Peak
Daniel House
Daniel-Harris Home
David L. Nutt Home
E. A. Hannaford House
Elizabeth Crockett
First Christian Church of Granbury
First National Bank
First Presbyterian Church of Granbury
Former Acton Masonic Lodge Hall
General H. B. Granbury
General John Bell Hood
Glenn Brothers Building
Gordon Home, Granbury
Granbury House
Granbury Light Plant, Granbury
Granbury Methodist Church, Granbury
Granbury Opera House
Granbury Railroad Depot, Granbury
Grave of Elizabeth Crockett
Hardware and Tin Shop
Harris Building
Haynes-Burns-Ewell Building
Holderness-Aiken House
Hood County Courthouse
Hood County Jailhouse
Hood County News
J. D. and Georgia Brown House, Granbury
J. F. and J. Nutt Building
John W. Bull Stone House
Lees-Bryan House
Mitchell Bend Cemetery, Granbury
Site of Home of Elizabeth Crockett
Site of Schultz Blacksmith Shop, Granbury
Smith-Savage House
The Fair
Thrash-Landers-Hiner House, Granbury
Three Miles to the Grave of Elizabeth Crockett
Wright-Henderson-Duncan House


Many historical locations have been submitted from Hood County for official recognition. Following is a listing of different survey submissions and details, to include some of the above selected sites:

(Fort Worth & Rio Grande) Santa Fe Railway Freight House, Granbury
(Fort Worth & Rio Grande) Santa Fe Railway Depot, Granbury
Acton Lodge (Masonic Institute), Granbury
Aiken Homeplace, Granbury
Andy Aston Residence, Granbury
Aston Landers Building, Granbury
Baker-Doyle Building, Granbury
Baker-Rylee Building/Service Station, Granbury
Cherry’s Mart, Granbury
Clarence Thompson, Tolar
Colored Methodist-Episcopal Church, Granbury
Dan C. Cogdell Residence, Granbury
David Lee Nutt House, Granbury
Doyle Residence, Granbury
Dr. W. J. Moore Residence (President’s Home-Granbury College), Granbury
Dr. W. S. Walker Residence, Granbury
Dr. Walker-Morris-Peveler House, Granbury
E. A. Hannaford House, Granbury
E. A. Hannaford Residence, Granbury
Fall Creek Tabernacle & Cemetery
Ferrell Building, Granbury
Ferry Master’s Cabin, Granbury
First Christian Church, Granbury
First National Bank, Granbury
First National Bank Annex, Granbury
First Presbyterian Church, Granbury
Glenn Brother’s Building, Granbury
Gordon Building, Granbury
Hannaford Building, Granbury
Hardware and Tin Shop, Granbury
Harris Building, Granbury
Holderness-Lambert-Schumaker-Aiken House, Granbury
Hood County Courthouse, Granbury
Hood County Courthouse Historic District, Granbury
Hood County Jail, Granbury
Hood County(?) State Bank, Granbury
J. F. & J. Nutt Building, Granbury
Jake Green Residence, Thorp Spring
Jeff Rylee Building, Granbury
Jess Baker (Carmichael-Harris) Residence, Granbury
John Thrasher, Granbury
Leo Shanley Grist Mill, Granbury
Moore Residence, Thorp Spring
National Register Surveys of 15 Structures in Granbury:
– 121 Bluff Street – site of Lees-Bryan House
– 704 Thorp Spring Road – site of 1890’s Victorian farmhouse
– Lot 1 of Block 3 on east side of Square – site of Cunningham’s Texaco Station
– Lot 4 of Block 3 of Square – site of John’s Fabrics
– Lot 7 of Block 5 off Square – Vacant
– East halves of Lots 8 & 10 of Block 5 – site of Bond’s Feed Store
– North half of Lot 2, Block 7 – site of Williams Dry Goods
– South half of Lot 2, Block 7 – site of Western Auto
– North half of Lot 3, Block 7 – site of Freeze Carpets
– South half of Lot 3, Block 7 – site of Granbury Furniture
– South half of Lot 4, Block 7 – site of Granbury Printing
– North half of Lot 4, Block 7 – Vacant
– North half of Lot 5, Block 7 – site of Durant’s Food Store
– South half of Lot 5, Block 7 – site of City Florist & Barber Shop
– South half of Lot 6, Block 7 – site of Brazos Insurance Agency
Nutt-Wright-Duncan Residence, Granbury
Opera House, Granbury
Panter Branch Post Office; Elmore H. Snider Cabin, Granbury
Randolph Daniel-W. S. Harris Residence, Granbury
Rumored to be President’s House for Add-Ran College, Thorp Spring
Rutherford Hall of Thorp Spring Christian College, Thorp Spring
Salman Residence, Granbury
Salman-Gordon Residence, Granbury
Sellars Building, Granbury
Texas Christian University (Add-Ran College), Thorp Spring
The Fair, Granbury
Tolar Tabernacle, Tolar
Tom Matlock House, Potishman Ranch
Tom Matlock Storm Cellar
William Buchanan Daniel House, Granbury
Wright-Henderson-Duncan House

Thanks to our friends at the Texas Historical Commission