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Burnet County Texas
Burnet County was created in 1852 from parts of Bell, Williamson and Travis Counties and named after David G. Burnet, provisional president of the Republic of Texas. Its county seat is Burnet, which is located in the center of the county, with Marble Falls to the South, Bertram to the East.
Burnet is named as "The Bluebonnet Capital of Texas"
[Source: Texas A&M Agrilife Extension]
Photo by Larry D. Moore CC BY-SA 3.0. CITIES, TOWNS, AND POPULATED PLACES
* Bertram * Burnet (county seat) * Cottonwood Shores * Granite Shoals *
* Highland Haven * Marble Falls * Meadowlakes * Briggs * Fairland * Gandy * Joppa * Lake Victor * Mahomet * Mormon Mill * Naruna * Oakalla * Oatmeal * Scobee * Sherwood Shores * Smithwick * Spicewood * Suddth * Watson *
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Online Data ChurchRecords MiscellaneousRecords SchoolRecords Wills/Probate Records Website Updates:Apr 2018: Visiting News: LEWIS, KING, FOX, CHAMBERLAIN, FRY, STAPP, WARD, JACKSON,Feb 2018: Military: 1881 Texas Revolution VeteransAug 2017: Website updated and pages are mobile friendlyJun 2017: Biographies: REEDMay 2017: County Records: 1900 Fugitives from JusticeMar 2017: Cemeteries: Burials added to: Oatmeal Cemetery, Burnet CemeteryJan 2017: Death News: MCGREGOR, EMMETT, HANSFORD; Community News
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