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WARSAW, TEXAS

Kaufman County, Central Texas North

32° 33' 0" N, 96° 25' 13" W (32.55, -96.420278)
FM 148
About 7 Miles SW of Kaufman
SE of Dallas
Population: 00058 (2000)

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History on a Pinhead

Once called Warsaw Prairie, the community was settled prior to 1840. It was granted a post office in 1847 but it had closed by 1858.

Although earlier figures aren’t immediately available, the population in the mid 1930s was just 15 residents. It later rebounded (somewhat) to around 60 people, and the 2000 census showed about the same – counting 58 residents.

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Warsaw, Texas Nearby Towns:
Terrell | Kaufman | Dallas
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