I'm not sure what you mean by the "old" Handbook of TX, but the online site shows, among other things:
"A post office, named in honor of Lawrence Sullivan Ross,qv was established there in 1880, with Charles E. Kingsbury as postmaster."
Quite a write-up on him in the Handbook, too. Among other credits he commanded Ross' TX Cav Brigade, CSA.
Ross, TX is also listed on the GNIS site as a "populated" location.
Happy Hunting (^_^)
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