Grimes Central Appraisal District
About Grimes County, Texas
Grimes County has a population of approximately 27,000 spread over 802 square miles, although 14 of these consist of water. It was formed out of Montgomery County in 1846 and was named after Jesse Grimes, one of the signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence. The county seat is Anderson, population of under three hundred and named after Kenneth Lewis Anderson, vice president of the Republic of Texas.
One of the larger cities of the region is Navasota with a population of approximately 7,000, founded in 1831 initially as a stagecoach stop and called Nolansville. In 1858, the name was changed to Navasota, believed to be derived from the Native American word “nabatoto,” which translates to “muddy water.”
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