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BEAN HILL, TEXAS. Bean Hill was on Farm Road 3369 nine miles northeast of Temple in northeastern Bell County. The community had one business and forty inhabitants in 1933 and twenty inhabitants in 1946. Its population was reported as ten in 1964, but Bean Hill did not appear on the United States topographical map for 1963.


Bell County Historical Commission, Story of Bell County, Texas (2 vols., Austin: Eakin Press, 1988).

Mark Odintz

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