Almost a 1000 acres of pristine ranch lands, virtually untouched, yet close to everything you'll need. Feel and touch the history of this land, dating back to the 1840's. Views, huge oaks, fertile valleys with many equestrian opportunities. Conservation minded, restricted development, taking into consideration the character of those who ranched on this land in the past.
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Christoph and Elizabeth Spangenberg and their five children came from Prussia on the schooner Timeleon, leaving port on November 23, 1845. After a three month voyage across the Atlantic, they landed in the Port of Galveston. From there they began a journey through central Texas, stopping in what is now known as New Braunfels, Texas. Christoph is listed as one of the founding colonists for New Braunfels, with his name appearing on a bronze plaque inside Landa Park in the town commemorating the founding colonists.
They both remained in New Braunfels until their deaths. Christoph died in 1874, Elizabeth in 1895, both are buried in a small family plot, located under several huge oak trees west of the old homestead. This land belonged to Hermann Spangenberg, one of their sons. The words inscribed:Emigrated to Texas from Kleinschneer, Germany on the ship Timeleon, November 23,1845, with Captain Ferwald. This was translated from the inscribed German for clarification.
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