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  County Seat: City of Nacogdoches -- "The Oldest Town in Texas"
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Marker Erected: 1936
Marker Location: Nacogdoches County Court house lawn
Corner of Main (TX Hwy 21) and North St. (U.S. Hwy 59)
Marker Text:

This Court house stands in the Old Spanish Cemetery used from 1800 to 1895. Notable among those whose remains rests here is Antonio Gil Y'Barbo, 1729-1809, founder of Nacogdoches. An outstanding figure in the life of this frontier town at the close of the 18th century, who was captain of militia, military and civil lieutenant, governor, and judge of revenue for the town and district of Nuestra Senora de Pilar de Nacogdoches. In 1783, he published the town's first criminal code.

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