Dayton, Texas was originally established as a settlement in 1831 on the west bank of the Trinity River. By 1885, Dayton reported a population of sixty, and in 1890 a post office, a school, and two churches served its 239 residents. The single room schoolhouse has been preserved by the historical society. Lumbering and cattle raising were the chief industries until James E. Berry helped establish a drainage system to make rice a major crop. American Rice Growers Association, and Seaberg Rice Industrial campus still harvest rice crops in the city today. Oil development during the 1920s brought new industries. By 1940 Dayton reported 1,207 residents and seventy businesses and was listed as a railroad center. The population of Dayton has increased steadily since the city was founded, and the local economy has likewise prospered. Mortgage and loan buyers in Dayton have also seen steady growth. As a local Texas company, Alamo Note Buyers offers a superior understanding of State laws, to get you through the process of selling your note faster than anyone else!
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Liberty County Appraisal District Assessor/Collector
Liberty County Appraisal District
City of Dayton’s Official Website
Dayton Chamber of Commerce