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STONEWALL COUNTY COURTHOUSE
County Seat - Aspermont

Stonewall County has had 5 courthouses:
The 1889 and 1891 courthouses in Rayner
1900, 1911 and the current 1984 courthouses in Aspermont

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Stonewall County Courthouse, Aspermont Texas
The current Stonewall County Courthouse
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, December, 2008

The Current Stonewall County Courthouse
- Aspermont, Texas

Date: 1984 (According to plaque. See below.)
Architect: Mills-Davis of Lubbock, Texas
Style: Modern
Material: Brick with stone details
Stonewall County Courthouse, Aspermont Texas
The current Stonewall County Courthouse
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, August, 2006
Stonewall County Courthouse, Aspermont Texas
Another view of the 1894 Stonewall County Courthouse
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, August, 2006
Aspermont Tx Lady of Justice Statue
Lady of Justice
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, December, 2008
Stonewall County Courthouse Veteran's Memorial
Veteran's Memorial on the courthouse lawn.
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, August, 2006
Aspermont Texas 1984StonewallCounty Courthouse Plaque
The dedication plaque on the current courthouse.
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, August, 2006

The 1911 Stonewall County Courthouse
- Aspermont, Texas

Designed by Elmer George Withers
Former Stonewall County courthouse, Aspermont, Texas
1939 photo courtesy TXDoT
Former Stonewall County courthouse, under construction
The 1911 Stonewall County Courthouse under construction
Photo courtesy THC
1911 Stonewall County Courthouse painting, Aspermont, Texas
This oil painting of the former 1911 Stonewall County courthouse hanging outside of the district courtroom in the current courthouse.
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, August, 2006
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1911 Stonewall County Courthouse Cornerstone, Aspermont Texas
The 1911 Stonewall County Courthouse Cornerstone
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, August, 2006

The 1891 Former Stonewall County Courthouse
Rayner, Texas

"According to the Kelsey/Dyal book under the Throckmorton County courthouse page, the Rayner courthouse was designed by Martin, Byrnes (sic) and Johnston (sic.) which is similar to the Throckmorton courthouse. According to the THC, the architect of the Rayner courthouse was the town's founder, W.E. Rayner. (??)" - Terry Jeanson
Former Stonewall County courthouse in Rayner, Texas
The 1891 former courthouse in ghost town Rayner, on US 380 a few miles east of Aspermont, is now a private residence.
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson May 2002
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