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CONCORD, TEXAS (Hunt County). Concord is at the intersection of State Highway 66 and Farm Road 3211, just southwest of Greenville in central Hunt County. The first available population statistics indicate that ten persons lived there in 1936, when two local businesses were in operation. Concord's population was reported as 100 from the 1940s through the mid-1960s, and three businesses operated at the community for the first part of this period. From the 1970s to 2000 Concord reported a population of thirty.

Brian Hart

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