Old Buck Ranch - Bandera vicinity, Bandera County, Texas
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Directions: From Bandera, take FM 689 SE about 1 mile to Wharton's Dock Rd. & follow east about 2 miles to San Julian Creek. (Pass Flying L. Ranch)
Marker #: 5019003694
Year Dedicated: 1966
Size, type: Medallion and Plate
Last reported condition: None
Old Buck Ranch - Settled 1867 by former New Yorker, Judge Edward M. Ross, who had fought in Mexican war, then served in 1850's at Camp Verde, army's camel post near Bandera. House is hand-cut native stone. Daughter Kate Ross, wife of Ebenezer Buck, of a prominent pioneer family, inherited ranch in 1901. Offering fine foods and hospitality, the Bucks in 1920 established this as Bandera's first guest ranch, continuing it until their deaths in 1941. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, 1966.
Decimal degrees:  N 29.798120   W -99.159526
Degrees, minutes: N 29 47.887   W 099 09.572
UTM: Zone 14, Easting 484583, Northing 3296426
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