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Llano Ranch

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1.5 mi. S on FM 1313, 1 mi. W of Scout camp sign, Post, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 33° 9' 59.40198", -101° 24' 40.85694"
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    The Llano Ranch containing 192 sections of land was established in 1880. Known as the Curry Comb from their cattle brand, two bars over the letter T. The first dwelling was a half dugout covered with buffalo hides. The first frame house in the area, a two story, built in 1883, was the center of social activities. Here in 1884, a baby girl was born to Jim and Della Browning McCommis. The infant's grave is nearby. This was the first birth and first death recorded in Garza County.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Llano Ranch Historical Marker Location Map, Post, Texas