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FINNEY, TEXAS (Hale County). Finney, at the junction of Farm Road 788 and Interstate Highway 27 in northeast Hale County, developed around a switch on the Santa Fe Railroad after 1907. In 1945 it had two residences, an elevator, a store, and a gas station. From 1980 through 2000 the population was fifteen.


Mary L. Cox, History of Hale County, Texas (Plainview, Texas, 1937).

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