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ALDINE, TEXAS

Texas Ghost Town
Uvalde County, Texas Hill Country

FM 1051 and the Dry Frio River
2 Miles N of where Hwy 83 intersects with FM 1051
Population: 0

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Aldine TX Cemetery & School
Aldine Cemetery and Schoolhouse
Photo courtesy William Beauchamp, June 2010

History in a Pecan Shell

There isnít much known about this all-but-forgotten town. It had a functioning post office from 1885 to 1891 and by 1900 there was a twelve-student one teacher schoolhouse. It remained on maps into the 1940s but by the late 1980s all that was left was the community cemetery.

Photographer's Note:
Aldine, Texas

1 of 3 communities (Aldine, Reagan Wells and Heard) on the 8 mile stretch of FM-1051.

The old school & cemetery is all the evidence the town existed. There is a guest log by the cemetery gate that has a little history. I did see in the documents that Aldine did have a store at one time. Many unmarked graves and those that have stones appear to be made with local rock and all have deteriated to not being legible. I guess this would be considered a ghost town. The old school appears to be in pretty fair shape for it's age, but I guess as residences became fewer upkeep went with it. - William Beauchamp, June 2010
Aldine TX School
Aldine old schoolhouse
Photo courtesy William Beauchamp, June 2010
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Uvalde County TX, Aldine Cemetery gate
Aldine Cemetery
Photo courtesy William Beauchamp, June 2010
Uvalde County TX, Aldine Cemetery
Photo courtesy William Beauchamp, June 2010
Uvalde County TX, Aldine Cemetery grave
Photo courtesy William Beauchamp, June 2010
Uvalde County TX, Aldine Cemetery tombstones
Aldine Cemetery tombstones
Photo courtesy William Beauchamp, June 2010
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Uvalde County Texas 1920s map
1920s Uvalde County map showing Reagan Wells.
(N of Uvalde. Above "A" in "U-V-A-L-D-E")
Photo courtesy Texas General Land Office
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