Purdon, TX

Purdon is an unincorporated community in Navarro CountyTexasUnited States. According to the Handbook of Texas, the community had an estimated population of 133 in 2000.[1]

The earliest named settlement near what would later become Purdon was a community called Belle Point. It was originally settled by Captain J.A. Harrison. In the early 1880s, the St. Louis Southwestern Railway (also known as the "Cotton Belt") was built two miles south of Belle Point and lots were soon platted around the rail stop. The new community was named Purdon. Credit for the name is given to a railroad man named Harris, who was attracted to a cashier where he brought supplies – Miss Ada Purdom.[1] By an inadvertent spelling mistake at the general office, the town became Purdon.[2] A post office was established in 1881. Purdon became a thriving community with most of the black land in the area used to raise cotton, corn, and other feed grains. 

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