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Lubbock County Texas
The county of Lubbock was founded in 1876, named after Thomas Saltus Lubbock, a Confederate colonel and founder of the Texas Rangers.
The town of Lubbock was not founded until 1890, when it was formed from a unique merger arrangement between two smaller towns, "Old Lubbock" and Monterey.
Lubbock County is one of the oldest inhabited places in the state, if not the oldest. In the northern part of the city of Lubbock is the archeological site known as the Lubbock Lake Site, the first archeological site in Texas to be entered on the National Register of Historic Places. There, in Yellow House Canyon, preserved in the twenty-foot wall of a dry lakebed, lies one of the very few known records of human habitation in Texas reaching back uninterrupted for at least 12,000 years.
CITIES, TOWNS, AND POPULATED PLACES
* Abernathy * Buffalo Springs * Idalou * Lubbock * New Deal * Ransom Canyon *
* Reese Center * Shallowater * Slaton * Wolfforth *
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- Website Updates:
Jun 2016: County Records: 1916 County OfficersMar 2016: World War I Honor RollDec 2015: Bios: WILKS; World War I Draft Registration Cards: ABBOTT, ABEL, ABILA, ABNEY, ACUFFSept 2015: 1903 BirthsJun 2015: News: Newspapers of Lubbock CountyApr 2015: Military News: 1944 Air Force Notes: JAYNES - Transcribed by GT staff
Mar 2015: Sick List News; CARTER, ELLISON, DOW, WHEELOCK, PORTER; Death News: HAYNES, MCDONALD, HARRIS; Married News; ISBELL, GRANT, CONLEY, BEAL, USELEAMAN, SHACKLEFORD, WEST, CROSS, LANE, RUSH, ROBERTSON, MIXON; Fire News: PHARR ranch on fire; Birth News; VAUGHN; Visiting News: POWELL, REAGAN, MURFEE, POSEY, NICHOLS, JOHNSON, LEE, WILSON, MCWHORTER, DONNELL, MILLER, GOSCH, HENRY, SLATON, HEWITT, ROSENBERG, ELEANOR
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