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Throckmorton County Information
As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,641. Its county seat and largest community is Throckmorton. The total area of the county is 915 square miles and the county was established in 1879. It is named for William Throckmorton, an early Collin County settler. Throckmorton County is one of 22 prohibitions, or entirely dry, counties in the state of Texas.
Federal troops abandoned Fort Griffin in 1881. This signaled the end of the region’s frontier era.
Glenn Reynolds was the first sheriff of Throckmorton County, Texas. Later, he moved to Arizona and was elected sheriff of Globe, Gila County, Arizona. On November 2, 1889, while transporting Apache Indian prisoners to Yuma State Prison, he and Deputy Sheriff Williams Holmes, were overpowered outside of Kelvin, Arizona and killed by them. One of these prisoners was the infamous Apache Kid.
The area code in use for this county is 940.
The Sheriff is Ricky Hodges and you can find his offices at 108 Poque Street (PO Box 578) in Throckmorton, Texas 76483. The phone number is 940-849-3431.
Sheriff Hodges fulfils many duties including:
The county judge is the Honorable Trey Carrington. His office is located in the county courthouse at 105 North Minter (PO Box 700), in Throckmorton, Texas 76483. The phone number is 940-849-3081.
As county judge, Honorable Carter’s duties include:
The 39th district judge is The Honorable Shane Hadaway and his address is County Courthouse, 1 Avenue D, (P. O. Box 966) in Haskell, Texas 79521. The phone number is 940.864.2661
The Throckmorton County Jail address is 105 N Minter Ave, Throckmorton, TX 76483 and the phone number is 940-849-9421 or 940-849-3431. You can also reach the jail by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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