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FAMULINER, TEXAS. Famuliner, eight miles southeast of Morton in north central Cochran County, is named after an area ranch family. It was organized in the 1940s and by 1965 had a gin and a community center. Famuliner was listed as a community in 1990, but without census figures. In 2000 the population was five.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:Elvis Eugene Fleming, Texas' Last Frontier: A History of Cochran County (Morton, Texas: Cochran County Historical Society, 1965).
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