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Bee County Texas

Founded December 8, 1857
It was formed from portions of San Patricio, Goliad, Refugio, Live Oak, and Karnes counties.
Bee County is named for Barnard E. Bee, Sr., a secretary of state of the Republic of Texas.  
Its county seat is Beeville. 

CITIES, TOWNS,  AND POPULATED PLACES

* Beeville * Blue Berry Hill * Mineral * Normanna *
Pawnee * Pettus * Skidmore * Tuleta * Tulsita * Tynan*

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Website Updates:
May 2015: News: Newspapers of Bee County
Apr 2015: Military News: 1944 Notes from the Air Force - ENGELKING - Transcribed by GT staff; Death News: RICHARDS
Mar 2015: Death News: DUGAT, GRIMSLEY, HALEY, MCCAMPBELL, NATION, OTTO, SEIS, TAYLOR, WALLEN; Marriage News; LYONS, CAMP, MCGAUGH, HERMER, NORCROSS, HENSCHKELL; Sick List news: THOMPSON; Weather News; Drouth at Skidmore; Visiting News; SKIDMORE, LOCKHART, ALTERMAN; Reunion News: Green's Brigade 1898 Reunion; Fire News: WILSON housefire
Dec 2014: Mil: Vietnam War Casualties, Korean War Casualties
Sept 2014: Mil: WW2 Honor Roll; 1914 County History
Jan 2014: bio for MARSDEN, WELDER
 
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Adjacent Counties

Karnes County (north)

Goliad County (northeast)

Refugio County (east)

San Patricio County (southeast)

Live Oak County (west)  

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