Branchville, Texas

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Coordinates: 30°53′03″N 96°45′49″W / 30.88417°N 96.76361°W / 30.88417; -96.76361 Branchville is an unincorporated community of Milam County, Texas, United States.

Among its natives was Kansas City barbecue icon Arthur Bryant (restaurateur) who operated Arthur Bryant's and who is buried there.

It is 13 miles east of Cameron and is believed to have received its name as being a branch store of the Port Sullivan store of W. B. Easterwood. The post office opened in 1878 and closed in 1908. About 200 people live in the area.

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