Hamilton County, Texas
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10 miles southwest of Hico
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Citico Town (until 1915)
Tyner (sometimes spelled Tiner)
White Oak (renamed twice and last Red Bank)
St. Elmo (in Hamilton County and is a historical community)
Stringerís Ridge (Now a hiking Trails Areas. Used to contain a military headquarters during the civil war, a tb hospital (well known folks stayed there), and a mental hospital). All remains are gone. But you can find some foundations of buildings.
Williams Island , First inhabitants were Indians, the military took it over during the civil war, then a family took it over and has owned this land for over 100 years. Farmed. Remnants and cabin still remains
McClellan Island (Indians first habitation, Spaniards took over, then was a farm with a ferry, then was a p Club for wealthy citizens, now has only trails and camping.
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