Grady was on Farm Road 3205 eight miles west of Rotan in northwestern Fisher County. J. W. McCombs settled at the townsite in 1888. A post office was opened in the community in 1890 and named for Henry W. Grady, a noted journalist and orator of the time. By 1896 Grady had a flour mill and gin, a general store, and a population of ten. The post office closed in 1902. Grady school operated for a number of years and was consolidated with Hobbs school in 1924. By 1940 all that remained at the site was a cemetery.

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Place type

Grady is classified as a Town

Associated Names

  • (Gyp)
  • (Mabel)


Latitude: 32.86204890
Longitude: -100.61622390

Has Post Office


Is Incorporated