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    MULBERRY, TEXAS

    Fannin County, North Central Texas
    FM 3321
    8 Miles N of Bonham
    36 Miles NE of Sherman
    2 Miles S of the Red River
    Population: 17 (1990)

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    Mulberry Tx Methodist Church
    Mulberry Methodist Church
    Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, February 2007
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    Mulberry was named after the fruit trees found there and was established in the early 1880s, although initial settlement had been over 30 years before. A post office opened in 1886 but closed 20 years later. Mulberry had a store, a church, two cotton gins, a blacksmith, and two gristmills. Earlier estimates are not available, but during the Great Depression, the population was estimated at 89 people.
    Mulberry Cemetery Texas
    Mulberry Cemetery
    Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, February 2007
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