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90 Hempstead 160 Rioes Crossing
91 Henkhaus 161 Richmond
92 High Hill 162 Robstown TlIIo-
93 Hillje # 103 Rockdale
94 Hillsboro 164 Rogers # 1
95 Hobson # 165 Rosansky
96 Holik 166 Rosebud #
97 Holland #* 167 Rosenberg 4*
98 Holliday 168 Rosprimm .
99 Holman 169 Ross # GLLESPIE
100 Hostyn # 170 Round Rock
101 Houston # 171 Rowena #*
102 Houstm Heights 172 Roznov #
103 Hubbard 173 Runge
104 Hungerford 4 174 San Antonio #* . -.
105 Industry #* 175 St. John KENDAL
106 Inez # 176 Schulenburg #
106A Iowa Colony 177 Sealy #* CO
107 Jarrell 1771 Seaton #
108 Jourdanton # 178 Sebesta #
109 Karnes City 179 Seymour # aExAR
110 Kaufman # 180 Sheldon 4
111 Kemp 181 Sherman *
112 Kendleton 181A Shillersville a
113 Kenedy # 182 Shiner #* 1
114 Kenny 183 Skidmore #
115 Kingsville # 184 Smetana
116 Kirtley 185 Smithville s#
117 Knox City 186 Snook #*70
118 Koerth 187 Somerville
119 Lagrange # 188 Stamford # t s
120 Laneport 189 Strawn los
121 Latium 190 Sublime
122 Littlefield 191 Sugarland #
123 Louise 4 192 Sunnyside #
124 Lovelady # 193 Sweet Home #
125 Lyons # 194 Taiton #
126 Lyra 195 Taylor 4*
127 Marekville 196 Telioo #
128 Markham 197 Temple s#*LV
129 Mart # 198 Terrell
130 Megargel # 199 Thalia
131 Merle 200 Thrall #
132 Midfield a 201 Thurber
132A Mikeska 202 Tioga #
133 Miles 203 Tours #
134 Moravan 204 Tunis DVAL IM W
135 Moravia # 205 Tuxedo
136 Moulton # 205A Velehrad
137 Mount Calm 206 Yernon #t
138 Nada # 207 Victoria
139 Needville 4# 208 Waoo#
140 Nelsonville * 209 Waelder
141 New Ulm # 209A Wall e
142 Novohrad # 210 Waller #
142A Nosy Tabor * 211 Wallis #
142B Oakland # L12 Wards
143 Doker * 213 Warrenton 5JIM M5'0 RO
144 Oldenburg 214 Waterloo
145 olivia 214A Weatherford #
146 Orange Orove 215 Weimar #
147 Paler 216 Weinert #
148 Penelope # 217 Weir
148A Pep 217A Welcom
149 Pierce # 218 Wesley #* TA*Jg
149A Pilot Point 219 West #W* -aA
150 Pisek 220 Westhoff #
151 Placedo #. 221 Wharton #
152 Pleasantan 222 Wheelook #
153 Plum # 222A White Deer *
154 Point 223 Wichita Falls #*
155 Port Lavaca #* 224 Wied #
# 156 Poth # 2241 Worthig #
157 Praha 225 Voakux
158 Prim 226 Yorktown #
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 50, July 1946 - April, 1947. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101117/. Accessed December 25, 2014.