COTTONWOOD CREEK (BELL COUNTY)
COTTONWOOD CREEK (Bell County). Cottonwood Creek rises one mile southwest of Troy in northeastern Bell County (at 31°11' N, 97°20' W) and runs southeast for twelve miles through Bell County to its mouth on Big Elm Creek, one mile southwest of Seaton (at 31°04' N, 97°15' W). It runs through nearly level to sloping terrain surfaced by clayey soils and used predominantly for agriculture.
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