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FURD, TEXAS

Texas Ghost Town
Clay County, North Central Texas
Under Lake Arrowhead (Usually)
SW of Henrietta


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History in a Pecan Shell

Other than its appearance on this 1920 map of Clay County, little is known of Furd. Nearby Halsell, Texas was submerged during the construction of Lake Arrowhead in 1965 and itís possible that Furd shared the same fate. As more information becomes available, it will be added to this page.



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Clay County Texas 1920s Map
Clay County Texas 1920s map showing Furd
(between Henrietta and Halsell)

Courtesy Texas General Land Office
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