What's New in Motley Co.
updated 4/29/2009

Cemeteries
Census
Confederate Pension Applications index
Connections to Motley Co.

Landmarks & Vanished Communities
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Maps
Marriages 1898 to 1911
Military

Newspaper Clippings

Obituaries
Officials

Pictures

Surnames

VITALS:
Births, 1926-1992
Deaths, 1964-1999
Marriages, 1966-2002
Divorces, 1968-2001

Books about Motley Co.:
"The Early History of Motley County" by Harry H. Campbell

"Of Such As These, A History of Motley County and it's Families" by Eleanor Mitchell Traweek

"Interments In Motley County, Texas to March 1977" by Rita Groves

COMMUNITIES
Flomot
Four Corners (Formerly known as Frog Hollow)
Gilpin (originally named Poet)Matador
Northfield
Old Lyman was a postoffice in a family home from 1883 - 1885
Roaring Springs
Tee Pee City
Whiteflat
White Star
Dutchman Creek (Formerly known as Walnut Creek)

HISTORY:
Alfred Hightower Barton
Charlie David Bird
Henry Harrison Campbell
Arthur G. Ligertwood
Murdo MacKenzie
Albert Carroll Traweek

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The History of Motley Co.


Motley County
Formed from
Young and Bexar Territories. Created August 21, 1876.  Organized February 5, 1891. 
Named in honor of Dr. Junius William Mottley, 1811-1836. 
Signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. 
Aide to General Rusk at the Battle of San Jacinto where he was mortally wounded.


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