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Re: Where was SIMONDS Station in 1894?????
Posted by: Fred Ragsdale (ID *****0769) Date: December 19, 2004 at 14:41:04
In Reply to: Where was Simons Station in 1894????? by Gerald Hodges of 1986

Gerald, I believe the place you're referring to was SIMONDS. An 1889 map of Dallas Co. shows Simonds in the Southeast portion of the Co. The Texas Trunk Railroad ran Southeastward out of Dallas and stations along the line were Elam, Rylie, Kleberg, SIMONDS and Seagoville. Simonds appears to have been absorbed by the city of Seagoville and Simonds Road is one of the main thoroughfares there.

Hope this helps.

Fred


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