Grassyville, Texas

Grassyville is located about five miles West of Serbin, near the intersection of FM2204 and FM2239. Founded in the early 1850's by immigrants from the area now known as Germany, this proud community included a cotton gin, grist mill, and post office.

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Old Photos and Documents
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Cemetery Entrance
Cemetery Dedication 1978
Hamff Brothers Store
Froehner Family
Confederate Graves
The Hempel Family
Henry Raesener
Julia Schmidt
Cemetery Association
1910 Blacksmith/Store
Meat Club/Seed House
Church 1906

Grassyville Today

This way to Grassyville!

Grassyville Road
Vast acreage of April Grasses to become hay

Beautiful Live Oak trees and immaculate grounds

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