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BRISCOE COUNTY COURTHOUSE
County Seat - Silverton, Texas

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Briscoe County Courthouse, Silverton, Texas
Briscoe County Courthouse in Silverton
Photo courtesy Erik Whetstone, 4-22-04

Briscoe County Courthouse -
Silverton, Texas

Date - 1922
Architect - Smith & Townes
Style - Classical Revival
Material - Brick and concrete
The courthouse is on the corner of Main Street and Lone Star.
Highway 207

The county was organized in 1892.
Briscoe County courthouse,  Silverton Texas old photo
Briscoe County Courthouse as it appeared in 1939
Photo courtesy TXDoT
1936 Texas Centennial Marker - At Courthouse Square
Briscoe County
Formed from Bexar Territory; Created August 21, 1876; Organized March 15, 1892; Named for Andrew Briscoe 1810-1849; Defender of Texan liberty at the Battle of Concepcion, the Capture of Bexar and the Battle of San Jacinto; Chief Justice of Harris County; Silverton is the County Seat.

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