Greenock Community lives on through new historical marker

  • Dugan Dorman proudly shows off the historical marker on FM 2490 recognizing the community of Greenock, which no longer stands today. A pile of lumber from the schoolhouse and two old wells are the only traces left of the community which helped shape the southeastern part of Bosque County. Ashley Barner | Meridian Tribune
    Dugan Dorman proudly shows off the historical marker on FM 2490 recognizing the community of Greenock, which no longer stands today. A pile of lumber from the schoolhouse and two old wells are the only traces left of the community which helped shape the southeastern part of Bosque County. Ashley Barner | Meridian Tribune
  • Judy Wasson speaks at the Greenock Community historical marker dedication ceremony Sunday as a crowd gathered to celebrate the life and heritage of one of the earlier communities settled in Bosque County. Wasson has direct ties to those pioneers, and honored them by sharing their story and contribution to the area. Ashley Barner | Meridian Tribune
    Judy Wasson speaks at the Greenock Community historical marker dedication ceremony Sunday as a crowd gathered to celebrate the life and heritage of one of the earlier communities settled in Bosque County. Wasson has direct ties to those pioneers, and honored them by sharing their story and contribution to the area. Ashley Barner | Meridian Tribune
This past Saturday marked a historic moment for the now-gone community of Greenock as Bosque County residents gathered at Fairview Baptist Church to celebrate the dedication of its newest historical marker. The Greenock Community was a small farming community in southeastern Bosque County, bordered by Willow Creek on the west, Cedar Creek on the north, Brazos River on the east and the McLennan…

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