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SARDIS, TEXAS


Fisher County, Panhandle / West Texas

FM 1657
10 Miles W of Roby the county seat
Population: 12 (1980 through 1990)

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Fisher County TX - 1898 Sardis Cemetery
1898 Sardis Cemetery
Photo courtesy Gerald Massey, June 2010
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History in a Pecan Shell

There is little history available. The community was evidently founded in the 1890s evidenced by the cemetery lichgate. Sardis had a school which also served as the Baptist church until a separate building could be constructed in 1898. The school merged with the Roby ISD in the mid 1920s.

 Fisher County
Sardis, Texas
Photo courtesy Gerald Massey, June 2010


Sardis TX, Fisher County
Sardis, Texas
Photo courtesy Gerald Massey, June 2010

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Texas Panhandle | West Texas

Sardis, Texas Nearby Towns:
Roby the county seat
Sweetwater
Abilene
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