HALL BRANCH. Hall (Halls) Branch rises three miles northeast of Cayuga in northwestern Anderson County (at 31°59' N, 95°56' W) and runs southwest for 5½ miles to its mouth on Saline Branch, three miles north of the Trinity River (at 31°55' N, 95°58' W). It is intermittent in its upper reaches. The banks of the stream are heavily wooded in places with post oak trees, and the nearly level to moderately steep terrain is surfaced by sandy and clayey soils used predominantly for agriculture.
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