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Pittsville, Texas

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Subject: Fort Bend County, Texas, Powell Point, Texas, Weston Lakes, Texas, Booth, Texas, Foster, Fort Bend County, Texas
Collection: Ghost Towns in South Texas, Populated Places in Fort Bend County, Texas
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Pittsville, Texas

Photo of Pittsville Texas state historical marker
Pittsville historical marker on FM 359

Pittsville is an unincorporated area that formerly held a distinct community in Fort Bend County, Texas, United States. The site is along Farm to Market Road 359 near Hunt Road north of Fulshear with Wyatt Resources Inc. located nearby. The last residents moved away in the 1940s, making Pittsville a ghost town. There is a Texas Historical Commission marker on the west side of FM 359 a short distance north of the intersection.


Area residents are zoned to schools in the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District.

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