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Elliott is at the intersection of U.S. Highway 79 and Farm Road 2549, five miles north of Hearne in western Robertson County. It was established in 1871 as a station on the International-Great Northern Railroad and named for the settler who gave land for the townsite. A post office named Una operated there from 1890 until 1892, when the community's population was thirty. In 1900 T. W. McNeil's general store marked the townsite. An Elliott post office operated from 1895 until 1916, when the population had decreased to twenty. In 1947 two churches, a school, a business, and scattered dwellings remained there. In 1988 Elliott still had a church and several dwellings, and in 2000 the population was fifty-five.

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Adoption Status:
This place has been adopted and will not be available until April 1, 2027
Adopted by:
Al & Barbara Elliott
Dedication Message:
In Honor of my parents

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Place type

Elliott is classified as a Town

Associated Names

  • [Elliot]
  • (Harland)
  • (Una)


Latitude: 30.95379940
Longitude: -96.56858040

Has Post Office


Is Incorporated


Elliott by the Numbers

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Pop. Year Source
55 2009 Local Officials