Stephanie A. Panus

BALD HILL, TEXAS (Limestone County). Bald Hill was located at the junction of Farm roads 27 and 638, 2½ miles north of Tehuacana in northern Limestone County. In 1942 the settlement had three businesses and a population of seventy-five. In 1946 it had a school. In 1948 Bald Hill had one business, a school, and a number of scattered dwellings, but by 1984 it no longer appeared on state highway maps.

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