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"A Multitude of Phlox"    Wilson County, Texas

Two members of Hood's Texas Brigade [Civil War] pose for a formal photo during a reunion that took place in Floresville, Texas on October 13, 1915. Pictured left to right are R.V. Arnold of Rockdale, Texas and H. W. Berryman of Cherokee County, Texas. Both gentlemen are wearing their reunion ribbons.

Traces of Texas

Two members of Hood's Texas Brigade [Civil War] pose for a formal photo during a reunion that took place in Floresville, Texas on October 13, 1915. Pictured left to right are R.V. Arnold of Rockdale, Texas and H. W. Berryman of Cherokee County, Texas. Both gentlemen are wearing their reunion ribbons.

Vendor booth on the road at the Floresville, TX Peanut Festival photo by www.shabbyjunquecouture.com

Vendor booth on the road at the Floresville, TX Peanut Festival photo by www.shabbyjunquecouture.com

Wilson County Jail in Floresville, Texas-In use until 1974, the white brick and stucco cubic jail was designed in 1887 by James Riely Gordon and built at the NE corner of the square.[7] Contractor B.B. Reid erected the building for $14,000. General living quarters are on the ground floor, with the prisoner cells on the second floor separated from the second-floor bedrooms.The Wilson County Courthouse and Jail are located 1420 3rd St Floresville Tx

Wilson County Jail in Floresville, Texas

"There's a story that said the sheriff's wife was having an affair (some say it was with a prisoner, though that has not been fact-checked). Her husband found out, so she killed herself in the jail. In the room where she supposedly killed herself, artifacts move without any physical person moving them."Submitted by Cammie81.

Wilson County Jail in Floresville, Texas | 16 Of The Creepiest Places In Texas That'll Forever Haunt Your Dreams

Wilson County Jail in Floresville, Texas

"There's a story that said the sheriff's wife was having an affair (some say it was with a prisoner, though that has not been fact-checked). Her husband found out, so she killed herself in the jail. In the room where she supposedly killed herself, artifacts move without any physical person moving them."Submitted by Cammie81.

<b>Big Peanut for The Peanut King</b><br> <i>1420 3rd St.</i><br> Outside of the Wilson County courthouse in Floresville, Texas — approximately forty-five minutes from San Anto —  is one of the oldest big civic peanuts in America. This particular peanut honors Joe T. Sheehy, "The Peanut King," who experimented with peanut farming and introduced peanuts as a viable crop to Wilson County in 1916.  <br><br> Photo via Facebook (Rita Hernandez)

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We are Floresville, TX!--annual peanut festival!!

City of Floresville

Official City of Floresville, Texas website. City Hall documents, community news, application forms, calendar of events, departments, contact information.

Photos I've taken over the life of my career ...  This just outside Floresville

Photos I've taken over the life of my career ... This just outside Floresville

Jerry and the giant peanut in Floresville,  Texas.  Floresville is a city in Wilson County, Texas, United States. The population was 6,448 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Wilson County.[5] The city is also part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area.  Floresville was the birthplace of former Texas Governor, United States Secretary of the Treasury, and Republican presidential contender John Bowden Connally, Jr. (1917–1993), and his seven siblings, including actor…

Jerry and the giant peanut in Floresville, Texas. Floresville is a city in Wilson County, Texas, United States. The population was 6,448 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Wilson County.[5] The city is also part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area. Floresville was the birthplace of former Texas Governor, United States Secretary of the Treasury, and Republican presidential contender John Bowden Connally, Jr. (1917–1993), and his seven siblings, including actor…

Arcadia Theater - Floresville -Historic 1920s movie theater offering 1st-run films on 3 screens, with weekend matinees.--1417 3rd St, Floresville, TX

Movie Theatres - Old Texas Movie Theaters | Arcadia Theater - Floresville

Floresville Wilson County, TX 29 07.976' N 98 09.467' W

Eric Harrison "Near Floresville"

Eric Harrison - "Near Floresville" - #492 | Texas Art | Vintage Texas Paintings

Artist: Eric Harrison, Title: "Near Floresville", Painting #492, , Artist Bio: Bio & Artist Stat...