ANDERS CREEK. Anders Creek, also known as Andys Creek, rises five miles southeast of Mount Vernon in southeastern Franklin County (at 33°07' N, 95°11' W) and runs southeast for six miles to its mouth (at 33°03' N, 95°08' W) on Lake Bob Sandlin in southwestern Titus County, three miles southwest of Monticello. The area is gently undulating, loamy, and heavily wooded, with pines and various hardwoods predominating.
John Clements, Flying the Colors: Texas, a Comprehensive Look at Texas Today, County by County (Dallas: Clements Research, 1984).
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