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Something SMELLS!

It’s a fact our world is changing!  We all like to eat Chicken, so you must have chicken farms, ranches whatever they call them.   You

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Cross Roads to Progress

The history of Grapeland begins not in 1872, but also in the communities of north Houston County that had sprung up near established trails of the animals and

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Grapeland History Online

Grapeland Texas is better known as HOME…  Home of the Annual Peanut Festival, Home of the Annual Blue Grass Festival, and just the best home

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Herod, D.M.

D.M. Herod The Herods of this area came from North Carolina with settlement stops in Tennessee and Mississippi before entering Texas in 1849. Three Herod brothers made the journey to Texas that year and `camped’

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Whitaker, Ike & Addie Thomas

Ike & Addie Thomes Whitaker Amanda Ella married Sampson Tye (Sampy) who was a “prosperous farmer” and a carpenter known for craftsmanship. He built the

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Walling-Price Family

Walling Price Family Elisha Walling, a native of White County, Tennessee, immigrated to Texas in October of 1837 according to a deposition made before A. C. Aldrich, clerk of

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Platt, Bill

Bill Platt Billy Gene Platt is a descendant of Thomas Platt who came to Texas in 1837. He is the son of Truman Platt and Maggie Lee

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Brown, Mose Henry

Mose Henry Brown Grandfather, Mose Henry Brown, was born and raised in Meriwether County near Woodberry, Georgia. He was married to my grandmother, Polly Ann Brazzell, who was from the same area

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