Gray County Appraisal District
About Gray County, Texas
Gray County, population over 22,000, was created in 1876 and reorganized in 1902. It is located in the north of the state and the county seat is Pampa, population approximately 18,000. Gray County was named after Peter W. Gray, a Confederate lawyer and soldier in the American Civil War.
Pampa’s origins are in a rail station and telegraph office built alongside the Santa Fe Railroad. The town was laid out by George Tyng, the manager of the White Deer Lands range. The settlement was originally called Glasgow, then Sutton, before being renamed after the pampas grasslands of South America after Tyng’s suggestion. Natural gas and oil were discovered in the area in 1916 and Pampa prospered in the following oil boom.
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