Del Lago by EVRentals

100 La Costa Drive P.O. Box 751, Montgomery, Texas, 77356, United States
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#6 The Bells of Montgomery -1908

by grandmaR

At 309 Pond, right next to the Old Baptist Church is/are "The Bells of Montgomery" The Bells were actually prominent citizens in Montgomery back in the early days. In 1838 the original congregation of Methodists were organized by Littleton Fowler and administered by circuit riders. There is a monument to the circuit riders in the cemetery next to the church. The present building was completed in 1908, and stands on the site of the first protestant parsonage in Texas (1842). A marker commemorating the parsonage is in photo #3.

It is now owned by Glenn & Shirley Schneider whose main business appears to be weddings.

The luminous stained-glass windows throughout the chapel and an elegant etched mirror in the foyer create the mood for your wonderous journey into marriage. If you are looking for a chapel-to-candelight dinner reception, we can customize an event to fit your needs.

Sample prices:
2 hour event (Includes the use of the Chapel & changing areas)

Weekdays 10:00 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m
Saturdays after 5:00 p.m. with reception at our location
Sundays from 12:00 noon - 8 p.m.
Prices are subject to change

Brides changing room
Elegant silk arrangement on all pews
Two silk arrangements on pedestals
Silk arrangement on altar table
Wedding Coordinator
Traditional ceremony music on CD
Rehearsal for 1 hour
Chapel for 2 hours
Accommodates up to 150 guests

$825.00 Inclusive

#12 Patton Home - before 1854

by grandmaR

This house at 902 College (just about at the end) was part of Peter J. Willis' original estate in 1854. The foundation under the original two rooms was made of hand-hewn beams with wooden pegs. It has typical high ceilings and an underground jug cistern.

#19 Rabon-Fullen Home - c 1890

by grandmaR

This house at 315 Caroline is owned by Joe Shockley. It was built circa 1890 and was the home of Vol and Florence Burden Rabon. In 1937, the Rabon heirs sold it to Horace Fullen. It is also the site of the Garrett House Antiques & Doll Hospital which was built in Houston before 1920 and moved to Montgomery in 1995.

#27 Addison-Gandy House - 1892

by grandmaR

This house at 104 Prairie was built in 1892 for J.B. and Martha Davis Addison, Martha Grandy's grandparents. Hearthstones are handcut of native sandstone. Mantles and doors were woodgrained by a German itenerant painter known only as "Mr. Patch", who signed his work with his portrait. You can see his work in the N.B. Davis Museum. The house was given to the Montgomery Historical Society in July 1997 by Martha and W. Harley Grandy.


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