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Shackelford County

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US 180 & 283, Albany, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 43' 0.34384000008", -99° 18' 4.53279999996"
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     Formed from Bosque County; created February 1, 1858; organized September 12, 1874. Named in honor of Dr. Jack Shackelford 1790-1857; captain of the Red Rovers, a company from Alabama which became a unit of Fannin's command - one of the few spared by the Mexicans in the Massacre at Goliad. Albany, the county seat. (1936)

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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