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Government regulations on cotton growing and the increased use of synthetic replacements by the 1950s put a damper on the economy of Alleyton, which declined to some 125 people. By 1986, the population fell further to 65. There were six remaining businesses.

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304 DEWEES ST 3.1 miles

304 DEWEES ST
COLUMBUS, TX 78934
Categories: COLUMBUS TX

600 S AUSTIN RD 11.8 miles

600 S AUSTIN RD
EAGLE LAKE, TX 77434
Categories: EAGLE LAKE TX

610 S AUSTIN RD 11.8 miles

610 S AUSTIN RD
EAGLE LAKE, TX 77434
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402 YOUENS DR 17.9 miles

402 YOUENS DR
WEIMAR, TX 78962
Categories: WEIMAR TX

1036 N Circle St Ste 101 20.2 miles

1036 N Circle St Ste 101
Sealy, TX 77474
Categories: Sealy TX

1036 N CIRCLE DR 20.3 miles

1036 N CIRCLE DR
SEALY, TX 77474
Categories: SEALY TX

826 S Meyer 21.3 miles

826 S Meyer
SEALY, TX 77474
Categories: SEALY TX

235 W PALM ST STE 105 21.8 miles

235 W PALM ST STE 105
BELLVILLE, TX 77418
Categories: BELLVILLE TX

205 EAST AVE STE B 24.8 miles

205 EAST AVE STE B
SCHULENBURG, TX 78956
Categories: SCHULENBURG TX

890 E TRAVIS ST 26.9 miles

890 E TRAVIS ST
LA GRANGE, TX 78945
Categories: LA GRANGE TX

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Alleyton is an unincorporated community in central Colorado County, in the U.S. state of Texas. It adjoins Columbus, Texas.

Alleyton is located about 405 meters north of the Colorado River at its closest point. It is 3 miles (5km) east of Columbus on south Interstate 10. It is bounded on the north by I-10, the south and west by Alleyton Road, and the east by FM-102. Alleyton's elevation stays at approximately 57 meters with a seven-meter decline to the river.

In 1821, the area which would become Alleyton - prehistorically settled by Native Americans - was happened upon by Rawson Alley. Alley was a pioneer settler born to Thomas Alley in 1793, who later surveyed the land which would become the headquarters of Stephen F. Austin's colony. He was granted a league and a half as one of the Old Three Hundred of Austin's colony. This land, five miles south of Columbus, would become Alleyton.

Abraham, John, Thomas, and William Alley (Rawson's brothers) joined him the next year. By 1859, 37 years after the Alleys moved to the area, a railway was extended to meet the property. William donated some of his land for the makings of a town center and was likely responsible for the extension of the railroad.

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Government regulations on cotton growing and the increased use of synthetic replacements by the 1950s put a damper on the economy of Alleyton, which declined to some 125 people. By 1986, the population fell further to 65. There were six remaining businesses.