Hill County Courthouse - March 12th, 2018

Visit the 1890 Hill County Courthouse in Hillsboro, TX

The bell for the fifth Hill County Courthouse

The bell rang the hours for 102 years until the 1993 fire

An electrical problem caused a fire in a 3rd floor office on NYD

Willie Nelson helped raised funds to restore the building

The restored courthouse was rededicated in 1999

Three-story limestone structure of Second Empire style

Original 1853 courthouse were two log homes a mile from here

West side of the courthouse from Covington Street

North side of the courthouse from Franklyn Street

The cornerstone was laid by the Hillsboro Lodge in 1890

County Judge, Commissioners & Builder from 1890 listed

Memorial to veterans KIA, MIA, POW from Hill County

The three story courthouse is topped by a 7-story clock tower

The Texas Chisholm Trail went by here back in the day

View of the east side of the courthouse from Waco Street

Your 1st view of the courthouse from Waco & Elm Streets (Hwy 22)

Sons of Confederate Veterans memorialized CSA soldiers in 1925