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Historic Home for Sale, Cuero TX

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Historic Home for Sale, Cuero TX

Historic Home on the corner of Church and Morgan  Cuero, Dewitt County, Texas Sales Price: TBD Status: Property is for Sale INFORMATION UPDATING Keller-Grunder House. German native Antone Keller (d. 1857) came to Texas in 1846 as a colonist with the German Emigration Company. He arrived with his family at the port city of Indianola (65 miles southeast), where he later opened a crockery, glassware, and grocery store. He built this house there in 1851 for his second wife Charlotte (Kuester) Keller (1824-1897). Three years after Keller’s death, Charlotte married her stepson Antone Keller, Jr. (1836-1900). Following a destructive hurricane that struck Indianola in 1875, they moved the house to this site. Antone, a Confederate veteran, continued to operate his...

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