Founded with burial, April 17, 1897, of W. G. English, Father of J. P. and E. M. English; on land patented by the state to J. P. English, October 9, 1897. Title was adopted after post office was named in 1903 for rancher Stanton J. Cone.
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Girlhood home of Mrs. Ima Smith, First Lady of Texas, wife of Governor Preston Smith.
Settlement began here in 1887. The school district was created in 1893, with its early building funded by gifts from friends, including residents of Amarillo . . . — — Map (db m106158) HM
Named in 1903 for J.S. Cone, who helped carry mail here from the nearby town of Emma. Post Office was established same year in general store of R.E. Chapman, who became the first Postmaster. Town once had a school, stores, and churches. Now center . . . — — Map (db m104787) HM