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PLEASANT GROVE, TX (UPSHUR COUNTY)
PLEASANT GROVE, TEXAS (Upshur County). Pleasant Grove, also known as Nubbin Ridge, is a rural community twelve miles southwest of Gilmer on Farm Road 1002 in western Upshur County. It was first settled before the turn of the century. A school was in operation by 1906, when it had an enrollment of fifty-one black students. In the mid-1930s the community had a school, a church, and a number of houses; the school was famous in the area for its baseball teams. After World War II the school was consolidated with Big Sandy district, and in the mid-1960s a church, a community center, and a few scattered houses remained in the area. In 1990 Pleasant Grove was a dispersed rural community. No population estimates were available. By 2000 the population was listed as thirty-five.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:Doyal T. Loyd, A History of Upshur County (Gilmer, Texas: Gilmer Mirror, 1966). Audie Ray, Lurline, and Douglas Ray Stanley, comps. and eds., Upshur County Cemetery Records (Gilmer, Texas, 1974).
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