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Although no population figures are available for
Yero, nor the origin of the unusual name, the community did have enough people
to justify a post office from 1899 to 1907.
reportedly had a school just after the turn of the century but by the 1940s it
was reduced to dispersed residences and two businesses. The former community is
no longer shown on most maps but a cemetery remains.
County TX 1907 Postal Map showing Yero|
"AL" in "WALKER". NW of Huntsville)
Texas General Land Office
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