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Funeral Homes in Anahuac, TX
Grand View Memorial Park and Bethany Cemetery has served area residents since 1952. In 1996, Grand View Funeral Home opened, offering the convenience of a funeral home and cemetery all at one location. Stately oak trees and many secular and...
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Facts about Anahuac, Texas
Anahuac (/ˈænəwæk/ AN-ə-wak) is a city in the U.S. state of Texas within the East Houston/ Harris County metropolitan area. The population of the city was 2,243 at the 2010 census. Anahuac is the seat of Chambers County and is situated in East Texas. The Texas Legislature designated the city as the \"Alligator Capital of Texas\" in 1989. Anahuac hosts an annual alligator festival.
It was noted by Canon City Daily Record on November 1st, 2017 that Amanda Marie Baggett (Shaw) passed away in Westcliffe, Colorado. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Amanda Marie's life.
It was written on August 15th, 2012 that Bill Prassenos passed on in Anahuac, Texas. Prassenos was 58 years old. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Bill's life.
It was reported by Arizona Republic on July 18th, 2012 that Emily J Humphrey (Jackson) perished in Arizona. Ms. Humphrey was 76 years old and was born in Anahuac, TX. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Emily J's life.
In 1989, the local chamber of commerce organized the first Gatorfest which attracted 14,000 people into the Fort Anahuac Park, and has been held annually since then. 51. The soldiers erected two large kilns to produce bricks to build a more permanent fort. 438. Two major events in 1832 and 1835, known as the Anahuac Disturbances, helped to precipitate the Texas Revolution that led to the separation of Texas from Mexico- one being the jailing of Travis by Mexican Authorities and the other being unfair taxation and duties on River Traffic to the settlers by the Mexican Authorities as well. Anahuac is the Pre-Columbian name of the Valley of Mexico and its former lake basins around Mexico City, often including the Lerma and Pánuco river systems. The area became known under the name Perry's Point, named after Colonel Henry Perry, who erected a military post here in 1816.
The official website for the city of Anahuac is http://www.anahuac.us.
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