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DEANVILLE, TEXAS

Burleson County, Central Texas South
FM 60
4 miles S of Highway 21
6 miles S of Caldwell
22 miles NE of Giddings
NW of Brenham
Population: 130 est. (2000)

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Timeline of Deanville's History:

1840s: Horatio Chriesman moves from Washington County. He is widely accepted as the towns first settler.
1872: Town is named after storekeeper James L. Dean.
1884: Deanville has a population of 50 and businesses include a steam engine, a cotton gin, and gristmill.
1877: Deanville's post office opens in Dean's store.
1880s: A public school was opened which merged with Caldwell Schools in 1973.
1913: The Houston and Texas Central Railway arrives.
1917: St. John's Lutheran Church is built.
Deanville, Texas
Area Towns:
Caldwell
Giddings
Brenham

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