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Parmer County, Texas
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Martin Parmer Pen and Signers Panel #37
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"Gone to Texas"
Martin Parmer at Battle of Gonzales
Minutes of General Council
San Augustine Election Returns - 1836
Martin Parmer at Washington-on-the-Brazos
March 6, 1836 Letter
Was Martin Parmer Really Called "The Ring Tailed Panther"
Chief Justice Martin Parmer
"Ringtail"
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Fifty-Five Years Ago In The Wilderness
Isom Palmer Honored
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Parmer County, Texas
Matilda Parmer
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Martin Parmer Scholarship in Texas History
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Photo Courtesy ofJohn W. Parmer

On this page, we will include imformation about Parmer County, Texas.  Named after Martin Parmer, Parmer County was established by the Texas State Legislature in 1876.  Originally all the land within the bounderies of Parmer County was contained within the famous XIT Ranch.  The original county seat, Parmerton, was also named for Martin Parmer.  Today, the county seaty is located in Farwell, Texas.  See the links below for more information about Parmer County.

Parmer County - Handbook of Texas

Parmerton - The Handbook of Texas

Below is the commemorative coin issued by Parmer County, Texas for the United States Bicentennial in 1976.

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Martin Parmer's Portrait Appears over the Map of Texas

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Reverse of Parmer County Bicentennial Coin

Parmer County Web Page

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Parmer County Sheriff's Department Patch

Parmer County GenWeb Site

Martin Parmer Family Tree - Descendants, Ancestors and Collateral Lines

Martin Parmer in Primary and Secondary Sources

Texas History Page Blog

Texas History Page

Fredonian Declaration of Independence

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