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BREEDLOVE, TX

BREEDLOVE, TEXAS. Breedlove, sometimes called Needmore, was fifteen miles south of Gainesville in southern Cooke County. It was established in the early 1880s by a man named Fuqua and one named Breedlove. J. S. Riley donated land for a school in 1885. Before a school was built in nearby Hemming in 1890, children from that community also attended the Breedlove school. Though never very large, Breedlove began to decline around 1900. A cotton gin was built next to the school in the late 1880s or 1890s but ceased operating around 1900. By 1936 the community no longer appeared on highway maps.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 
Gainesville Daily Register, Centennial Edition, August 30, 1948. A. Morton Smith, The First 100 Years in Cooke County (San Antonio: Naylor, 1955).
Odessa Morrow Isbell

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Handbook of Texas Online, Odessa Morrow Isbell, "Breedlove, TX," accessed July 27, 2016, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hvbck.

Uploaded on June 12, 2010. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

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