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Esperanza, Montgomery County, Texas

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Country  United States
County  Montgomery
Elevation  104 m
State  Texas
GNIS feature ID  1383397
Local time  Tuesday 7:20 PM
Esperanza, Montgomery County, Texas
Weather  16°C, Wind NE at 8 km/h, 50% Humidity

Esperanza is a ghost town in Montgomery County, Texas, United States. Esperanza was located on U.S. Highway 75 near Interstate 45 7 miles (11 km) north of Willis.


Map of Esperanza, Texas 77378, USA


Esperanza was established around 1879 by William Spiller, the owner of a local tobacco farm. The community was named Ada when a railroad was built through the area; the name came from Lester Ada, who operated the town's general store. A post office opened in 1893 under the name Ada; its name was changed to Esperanza in 1899 by Spiller, for the Spanish word for hope. The town had a population of 100 in 1915. The post office closed at some point after 1930, and by the 1940s Esperanza had two churches, two businesses and eight houses. The Texas Historical Commission placed a historical marker at the town in the 1960s.


Esperanza, Montgomery County, Texas Wikipedia

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