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TODDVILLE, TEXAS. Toddville, a post office community near the site of what is now Enon and five miles northwest of Gilmer in northwestern Upshur County, was established after the Civil War. A post office operated there from 1871 to 1874, and during the early 1870s Toddville included a general store, a cotton gin and mill, and a number of houses. It apparently declined in the late 1870s, and by 1885 it was no longer shown on maps.

Christopher Long

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Handbook of Texas Online, Christopher Long, "Toddville, TX," accessed April 29, 2017,

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