Bartlett Texas is at the cross roads of highway 95 and 487 and straddles the county line between Williamson and Bell counties.
Bartlett Texas was founded in 1881 and named for John T. Bartlett and was incorporated in 1890. Bartlett, Texas served as a shipping point for cotton, grain, livestock, and produce in the early years
BARTLETT, TEXAS est. 1881
Population: 1,687 (2004)
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also called “Bull Frog” and “Big Windy” 1909 investors chartered the
Bartlett-Florence Railway Company (eventually renamed the Bartlett Western).