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John Henry Brock purchased a tract of land here in the early 1870s. A gin and mill were constructed near Grissom Springs in 1880 by Brock and partner Willie Brannon. Brock’s skills at carpentry were exercised by constructing many of the town’s first buildings.
A post office was granted in 1888 and by the early 1890s the community had several essential businesses, including store, gin and blacksmith.
Brock’s population was estimated to be around 100 in 1900. The post office closed its doors in 1919 and the population more or less stood around 100 through the 1940s. It dropped to a low of just 25 but doubled to around 50 for the 1980 and 1990 census. Today, Brock is a vibrant small town community with excellent neighborhood appeal.
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