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Walhalla, Texas

History

Walhalla History 1902. Walhalla lies fourteen miles in a northerly direction from La Grange. It is situated in Cottonwood prairie, fertile black-land. It is a post-office and a voting precinct of the county, and consists of a store, a saloon and a blacksmith shop. A physician resides there. The population is German. Old set­tlers: William Koepke, Gerhard Imken, John H. Bluhme, Geo. Oetken, sr., Hon. J. C. Speckels, Hy Alhorn, Chas. Meinhold, Carl Sump, Carl Schubert, Louis Heller, Tom Heller, Dick Meinen and L. F. Tiemann. - Fayette County, Her History and Her People, Schulenburg, Texas, 1902

Location

30° 1' 23.808" N, 96° 45' 33.912" W