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  • Bug Tussle Fannin Co
  • Chalk Mountain Erath Co
  • Johnsville Erath Co
  • Springfield Limestone Co
  • Chalk Mountain
    Sowers
  • Sowers Dallas Co
  • Kit Dallas Co
  • Twin Wells Dalls Co
  • Otto Falls Co
  • Spanish Fort Montague Co
  • Otto
    GHOST TOWN COUNTY Description
    Alexander Erath A ghost town with ghosts
    Alligator Bell Once upon a time ...
    Alton Denton Fascinating history
    Babylon Navarro Not on County Map
    Barnesville Johnson Not on the map
    Beattie Comanche Near Comanche
    Belcherville Montague Population: 34
    Birdville Tarrant First Tarrant County seat
    Birdston Navarro The Birdston Cemetery remains
    Bono Johnson Cemetery & church remains
    Boz Ellis Threatened by the supercollider project
    Brazos Point Bosque With a bridge
    Buchanan Johnson Former county seat
    Buckner Collin First Collin County seat
    Bucksnort Falls Historical Marker
    Buena Vista Ellis West of Waxahachie
    Bug Tussle 4-16-14 Fannin Everybody's favorite place name
    Bulcher Cooke South of the Red River
    Bullock Young Population: 0
    Cambridge Clay Early Clay County seat
    Carlton Hamilton Ghost town with a post office
    Carter Parker Established around a flourmill
    Cave Creek Coryell Not on the map
    Chalk Mountain Erath A cemetery and a Masonic lodge
    Climax Collin Not on the Texas Official Travel Map
    College Mound Kaufman One of the county's oldest communities
    Comyn Comanche Once known as Theney
    Cora Comanche Former Comanche County Seat
    Cottage Hill Collin Not on the Texas Official Travel Map
    Cranz Gonzales Not on the county map
    Crossville 6-15-14 Bell Now part of Fort Hood
    Custer City Cooke Named after George Armstrong Custer
    Deer Creek Clay All signs point to Deer Creek
    Dew Freestone Annual Homecoming
    Dexter Cooke Not on the Texas Official Travel Map
    Dido Tarrant Bypassed by the railroad - again
    Direct Lamar Near Paris
    Donahoe Bell Flowers For Sarah Herndon
    Eliga 6-15-14 Coryell Now part of Fort Hood
    Elizabethtown Denton Bypass by the railroad
    Finis Jack The end of Finis
    Fowler 4-20-14 Bosque Name changed to Steiner
    Frognot Collin A standpipe remains
    Gerald McLennan Church and cemetery remain
    Gibtown Jack Once a commercial center for three Counties
    Glory Lamar Near Paris
    Hagerman Grayson Under Lake Texoma
    Halsell 8-4-14 Clay Submerged Ghost Town
    Hebron Denton A Ghost Town That Isnít
    Hemming Cooke Tornado
    Hopewell Somervell Now Under Squaw Creek Lake
    Hubbard Coryell Now on the grounds of Fort Hood
    Furd Clay History unknown
    Illinois Bend Montague Close to Oklahoma
    Ireland Coryell Near Gatesville
    Jellico Tarrant Near Grapevine
    Jester 8-6-14 Navarro Created by the railroad
    Johnsville 10-10-13 Erath A church & cemetery remain
    Kentucky Town Grayson Settled by Kentucky emigrants
    Kimball Bosque A ghost town in a park by a lake
    Kit Dallas Absorbed by Irving. Cemetery remains
    Lanham Hamilton Church and cemetery
    Lanham Mill Community 4-20-14 Somervell A cemetery remains
    Lime City Coryell On private property
    Lingleville Erath Population: Est. 100
    Marysville Cooke Camp Howze took much of the land
    McGirk Hamilton On the Lampasas River
    Milton Lamar Population: 80
    Mustang Denton Population dispersed
    Nash Ellis Near Waxahachie
    Norse Bosque Norwegian Settelment
    Nussbaumer Dallas Disappeared from maps in the 1930s.
    Oasis 9-17-14 Dallas Annexed by Dallas
    Odds Limestone Not far from Waco
    Ohio Hamilton On Plum Creek
    Okay Bell Near Killeen
    Osage Coryell Not on the map
    Otto Falls Once over 1,000 residents
    Ozro Ellis Population 0
    Pancake Coryell It's about mail
    Pansy Navarro Not on the map
    Perry Falls Near Waco
    Personville Limestone Historical Marker
    Pluto Ellis Not on the map
    Poe Prairie Parker A cemetery
    Preston Grayson Submerged under Lake Texoma
    Razor Lamar With an old cemetery
    Red River Station Montague One of Texas' early ghost towns
    Richard Collin A cemetery
    Ruth 6-27-14 Coryell Absorbed by Fort Hood
    Sefcikville Bell Population 0
    Silver Lake Van Zandt Once a stop for the T & P Railroad
    Sipe Springs Comanche "Little girl, age 3 died 1870, moving west."
    Smithfield Tarrant Absorbed into North Richland Hills
    Sowers Dallas Absorbed by Irving. Cemetery remains
    Spanish Fort Montague Close to Oklahoma
    Sparta Bell Under Lake Belton
    Springfield Limestone Now within a state historic site
    Steele Creek Community Limestone A cemetery
    Steiner 4-20-14 Bosque A ferry once operated near here
    Stewards Mill Freestone With two historical landmarks
    Stony Denton Settled in the late 1850s
    Streetman Freestone Population declined after WWII
    Stringtown Bell A church still stands
    Suez 9-3-14 Comanche On the 1907 postal map
    Sugar Loa Coryell Absorbed by Fort Hood
    Tama Coryell Absorbed by Fort Hood
    Tarrant Tarrant An absorbed ghost town
    Taylor Town Lamar Near Paris
    The Grove Coryell Near Temple
    Thurber Erath Texas' premier ghost town
    Toadsuck Grayson Now part of Collinsville
    Toto Parker Formerly known as Ray School Community
    Trueloves Johnson Found in vintage map
    Twin Wells Dallas Absorbed by Irving. A bridge remains
    Wardville Johnson Former county seat

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  • Bluff
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  • O'Quinn
    Sipe Springs
  • Lone Oak Caldwell Co
  • Sipe Springs Milam Co
  • Grassyville Bastrop Co
  • Grassyville
    GHOST TOWN COUNTY Description
    Albuquerque Gonzales Totally deserted by 1912
    Ammansville Fayette A ghost town with a painted church
    Armstrong Colony 5-23-14 Fayette Freedmenís settlement
    Biegel Fayette Underwater ghost town
    Big Lump Milam No evidence of the community remains
    Black Jack Springs 6-19-14 Fayette Only the cemetry remains
    Bluff 5-4-14 Fayette Now site of Monument Hill & Kreische Brewery Ruins
    Boonville Brazos Former town site now inside a cemetery
    Brazos Bottom 10-11-14 Burleson Remembered by a 1858 postal cover
    Briary Milam Not on State Map
    Bridge Valley 6-28-14 Fayette Absorbed by La Grange
    Broomtown 8-15-14 Austin Once produced brooms
    Bryant Station Milam Not on State Map
    Bucareli Madison Spanish Ghost Settlement
    Bushdale Milam A cemetery
    Cedar 6-6-14 Fayette Only the cemetery remains
    Cheapside Gonzales A recent ghost
    Clarkson Milam Population: 10
    Colony 5-30-14 Fayette Cemetery & Church remain
    Colorado City Fayette A lost town, almost the Capital of Texas
    Concrete Guadalupe A cemetery
    Dewville Gonzales On the Old San Antonio Road
    Dubina Fayette "Painted church" & "Piano Bridge"
    Duncan Milam Not on the county map
    Gay Hill Washington On La Bahia scenic drive
    Gay Hill Fayette On Highway 71
    Golly DeWitt On the backroads
    Grassyville Bastrop A cemetery
    Guadalupe City Guadalupe Merged with Seguin
    Hackberry Lavaca Not on the map
    Halsted Fayette Not on the map
    Hermis Gonzales Not on the map
    High Hill Fayette A ghost town with a painted church
    Hope Lavaca Two active churches
    Hopkinsville Gonzales Only a historical marker remains
    Independence Washington Alive and well
    Goodwill Washington Not on the county map
    Graball Washington Population: 0
    Jeddo Bastrop Cemetery, centennial marker & lost grave
    Joiner Fayette Only Joiner Road is left
    Kirtley Fayette Grew around Barton Creek cemetery
    Kovar Bastrop Population Unknown
    La Bahia Washington On the Old La Bahia Road
    Lawhon Springs Lee Only the cemetery remains
    Live Oak Hill 10-17-14 Fayette Moved to the railroad & renamed Ellinger
    Lone Oak Caldwell A cemetery remains
    Lyons 8-8-14 Fayette Two cemeteries remain
    Matthews Colorado On detailed county maps
    McDuff Bastrop Near Austin
    Mecca Madison One of the oldest settlements in Madison Co
    Mecklenburg 8-8-14 Fayette With 2 cemeteries
    Moravia Lavaca German
    Mosquito Prairie Lee Remembered by a postmark
    Mount Vernon Washington Once contested for county seat
    Nashville Milam First Milam County Seat
    Nickel Gonzales Still on the map
    Nile Milam Nothing remains
    Novohrad Lavaca Bohemian
    Oak Hill Bastrop Casualty of WWII
    Old Moulton Lavaca Moulton moved 2 miles East
    O'Quinn Fayette Past captured in vintage photos
    Osage Colorado Moved to Weimar
    Oso 5-4-14 Fayette Only the cemetery remains
    Ottine Gonzales Near Palmetto State Park
    Owensville Robertson Only a cemetery remains
    Petersburg Lavaca Former County Seat
    Pin Oak 7-2-14 Bastrop A church & cemetery remain
    Pin Oak 6-23-14 Fayette Only the cemetery remains
    Pisek 7-15-14 Colorado Became Lone Oak
    Polonia Caldwell Only cemetery remains
    Praha Fayette A ghost town with a painted church
    Provident City Colorado On private property today
    Quarry Washington Once a thriving community
    Rexville Austin Remembered by an Austin county road
    Rock Island Colorado "The Northern City on the Gulf"
    Rush Creek Wise Today a cemetery with a historical marker
    Rush Creek Navarro Population 0
    Saturn Gonzales Originally called Possum Trot
    Scott 7-9-14 Fayette Population dispersed
    Sedan 8-19-14 Fayette Now a ranching community
    Sedan 5-24-14 Gonzales Not on the map
    Sempronius Austin Death by railroad bypass
    Serbin Lee The Wendish Capital of Texas
    Sipe Springs Milam Near Big Lump
    Sullivan Guadalupe Began as a railroad switch
    Stella Fayette Not on the map
    Stoneham Grimes Population 12
    Tigertown Washington Gone by 1900
    Tonqua DeWitt Only the cemetery remains
    Travis Austin Phillips Cemetery
    Trinidad Madison Remembered by a centennial marker
    Turkey Creek Washington Contender for county seat
    Velehrad Lavaca On Fayette/ LaVaca County Line Road
    Waldeck 6-9-14 Fayette First known as Long Prairie
    Washington Washington Just outside Washington-On-The-Brazos
    William Penn Washington On La Bahia scenic drive
    Winedale 7-8-14 Fayette Today the Winedale Historical Center
    Zack Brazos Not on County Map
    Zulch Madison Population 0
    Young's Settlement Bastrop Remembered by a postmark

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