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TOWNS in ROBERTSON COUNTY
Posted by: Calvin Little (ID *****2545) Date: July 31, 2009 at 18:36:37
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It's been at least 68 years since I've been through this area, but can someone tell me if Hearne and Calvert are in this County This is what I think I remember. And on up the road toward Marlin, there was a big White House on the right side of the road going toward Marlin that my father told me was Mr. Senator Tom Connoley's House. And between Hearne and Bryan, Texas there was a Brazos River bottom that was called
Mumford. - Very good Farming Land. This was in the early 1940's. And I just thought of a little community on the road between Calyert and Marlin called Perry right about the County line. Is that correct?
I have no particular purpose in asking these questions, so if you will just be a little patient with an old man, I will be forever grateful.
Oh yes, there was an artiesin(sp) well between Hearne and Bryan that I was very impressed with. I later heard that the City of Bryan depended mostly on it for it's water supply. Is it still there and still flowing water?
I would like very much to go through that area again.
But I guess that can't be because of my age.
Thank You Very Much,
Calvin Little
9638 Pleasant View Lane
Mint Hill, NC, 28227-3409


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