McMullen Central Appraisal District
About McMullen County, Texas
The McMullen County is one of the smaller counties in Texas, with a population of 707 according to the 2010 census spread over 1,157 square miles, although 17 of these consist of water. The county was founded in 1858 and organized in 1877. It is named after John McMullen. The largest community, and the county seat, is Tilden.
Tilden traces its roots to a Home Guard post called Camp Rio Frio, established to protect the community from Apaches and bandits during the Civil War. After the war, Camp Rio Frio was renamed Dog Town and had a reputation of being lawless and violent. The first establishment in the area was the Franklin Ranch, built in 1868 and now renamed to the Lone Star Camp, a hunting and working ranch camp still owned by the Franklin family. A post office was constructed in 1871 and the name was changed to Tilden in honor of an unsuccessful Democratic presidential candidate, Samuel J. Tilden, in 1876.
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