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  • Map showing the location of Texas City Prairie Preserve

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    Texas City is also known as: Galveston County / Texas City city.

    Texas City contains: College of the Mainland.

    Closest other cities near Texas City offering funeral options

    Dickinson | La Marque | Hitchcock | Santa Fe | League City | Webster | Alvin | Friendswood | Galveston | La Porte | Houston
  • Stone Phillips (tv journalist and  journalist) was born in Texas City.

    Interesting Facts

    Texas City has been featured in films like: Powder (1995).

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Stone Phillips (tv journalist and journalist), Jeff Gray (baseball player), Nichole Cordova (singer and dancer), E. J. Whitley (american football player), Claude Terrell (american football player), Wes Hamilton (american football player), and Ben Emanuel (american football player).

    Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: Texas City Post.

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  • History

    Located on the southwest shoreline of Galveston Bay, Texas City is a busy deepwater port on Texas' Gulf Coast, as well as a petroleum refining and petrochemical manufacturing center. The population was 45,099 at the 2010 census, making it the third-largest city in Galveston County, behind League City and Galveston. The city is notable as the site of a major explosion in 1947 that demolished the port and nearly destroyed the city. Three duck hunters in 1891 noted that a location along Galveston Bay, known locally as Shoal Point, had the potential to become a major port. Shoal Point had existed since the 1830s, when veterans of the Texas Revolution were awarded land for their services. The name was applied to the community when a post office opened in 1878. The duck hunters were three brothers from Duluth, Minnesota named Benjamin, Henry and Jacob Myers. After they returned to Duluth, they formed the Myers Brothers syndicate, convinced other investors to put up money to buy 10,000 acres of Galveston Bay Frontage,...

    The official website for the city of Texas City is http://www.texas-city-tx.org/.

    There are currently 4 funeral home listings for the city of Texas City, Texas.

All Funeral Homes in Texas City
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Augustus Funeral Home
832 5th Ave N Send flowers
Texas City, TX 77590


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Bay Area Funeral Parlor
5410 Farm to Market 1765 & Highway 3 Send flowers
Texas City, TX 77591


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Carnes Funeral Home
3100 Gulf Freeway Send flowers
Texas City, TX 77591


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Emken Linton Funeral Home
5100 Emmett F Lowry Expy Send flowers
Texas City, TX 77591