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By Duane Hall, June 7, 2016
Site of Hitson Community Marker
Texas (Fisher County), Hamlin — 11672 — Site of Hitson Community
Ranchers John and William Hittson were among the first to settle in this area in about 1870; the area around their homes became known as Hittson or Hitson. Fisher County was created in 1876, and settlement began to increase. A post office opened in . . . — Map (db m95117) HM
Texas (Fisher County), McCaulley — 5901 — Woods Chapel Cemetery(1.5 Miles Southwest)
Settlement of this area of Fisher County began in the early 1880s. A small frame building, erected near this site in 1883-1884, was used as a school and church. A cemetery was established and was in use by 1884. The church was named in honor of its . . . — Map (db m81128) HM
Texas (Fisher County), Sylvester — 82 — Adair - Steadman Site
In this vicinity is a prehistoric archeological site discovered in 1969 near the Clear Fork of the Brazos River. Archeologists have conducted extensive scientific excavations and attribute most of the cultural materials to the Paleo-Indian Period. . . . — Map (db m81124) HM
Texas (Fisher County), Sylvester — 3591 — Newman Community and Cemetery
Jim Newman, one of Fisher County’s earliest settlers, established a ranch in this area about 1879. The community that developed near his ranch was named Newman when the county’s first post office opened here in 1881. The town consisted of the old . . . — Map (db m81127) HM

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