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A bit of history tucked away.

Very interesting sire which holds the graves of only three people. Read the historical marker... read more

Reviewed February 12, 2017
Jeff E
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North Richland Hills, Texas
Worth driving a few blocks

If you are a history buff, it's worth driving a few blocks to see this. It is easy to find but not... read more

Reviewed January 23, 2017
Lori H
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Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
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12 Feb 2017
“A bit of history tucked away.”
23 Jan 2017
“Worth driving a few blocks”
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1100 W Washington St, Paris, TX 75460-6962
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Reviewed February 12, 2017

Very interesting sire which holds the graves of only three people. Read the historical marker. Kind of out-of-the-way, but easy enough to get to. Neighborhood seemed a little sketchy, so be aware of your surroundings.

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Reviewed July 3, 2014

John S. Chisum [1824-1884] was a Texas and New Mexico cattle baron. He was born in Paris, Texas and was known for his participation in the Lincoln County War in New Mexico and his friendship with Billy the Kid. A noted Texas historical figure, he...More

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Reviewed February 12, 2017

Very interesting sire which holds the graves of only three people. Read the historical marker. Kind of out-of-the-way, but easy enough to get to. Neighborhood seemed a little sketchy, so be aware of your surroundings.

1  Thank Jeff E
Reviewed January 23, 2017

If you are a history buff, it's worth driving a few blocks to see this. It is easy to find but not in a cemetery. It's kind of close to a bad neighborhood but not right in it. The marker tells a good story.

Thank Lori H
Reviewed June 18, 2016

Had to check it out because I am a western history buff. I suggest a visit during daylight hours for the ladies - my wife was concerned about us 'going through not the best parts of town'. The monument is fairly impressive, old, and of...More

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Reviewed October 25, 2015

This is a very quick stop but kind of cool. If it wasn't for the John Wayne movie, I wouldn't have really understood who John Chisum was. It's off the beaten path and a little hard to find. It is right next to the railroad...More

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Reviewed July 3, 2014

John S. Chisum [1824-1884] was a Texas and New Mexico cattle baron. He was born in Paris, Texas and was known for his participation in the Lincoln County War in New Mexico and his friendship with Billy the Kid. A noted Texas historical figure, he...More

8  Thank texasrepublichistory
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