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Scurry County TX
Scurry County

Snyder Hotels


HUD, TEXAS
AKA Hudd, Texas

Texas Ghost Town
Scurry County, Panhandle / West Texas

No highway Just a maze of county roads.
20 Miles NE of Snyder
Near Kent & Fisher County lines
Population: Unknown

Hud, Texas Area Hotels > Snyder Hotels
History on a Pinhead

Named after the first postmaster (James B. Hudnall) a post office was opened here in 1901 and closed sometime during the Great Depression. The population at 1920 was a mere 15 people.
Scurry County Texas 1940s old map
1940s Scurry County Map showing Hud
Near Kent & Fisher County lines

Courtesy Texas General Land Office
Scurry County Texas 1907 Postal map
Hud on the 1907 Scurry County Postal map
Courtesy Texas General Land Office

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Hud, Texas Nearby Towns:
Clairemont | Snyder
See Scurry County | Panhandle | West Texas

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