Sisterdale, Texas, is an unincorporated farming and ranching community, established in1847 and located 13miles (21km) north of Boerne in Kendall County, in the U.S. state of Texas.Sisterdale was one of the Latin Settlements, resulting from the Revolutions of 1848 in the German states. Those who came were Forty-Eighters, intellectual liberal abolitionists who enjoyed conversing in Latin and believed in utopian ideals that guaranteed basic human rights to all. Sisterdale was settled in 1847 by German surveyor and free thinker Nicolaus Zink. Originally part of Comal, Sisterdale became part of Kendall County when the latter was formed in 1862. The first child born in Sisterdale (and in Kendall County) was Julius Holekamp on June 10, 1849 to Fritz and Betty Holekamp.