Fannin County

Fannin County lies along the famed Red River and was once part of the original Red River County created after Texas declared it's Independence from Mexico. Fannin County was created on 14 December 1837 along with 39 North Texas counties which were carved out of Red River County.
The Republic of Texas became the 28th State of the United States of America. Fannin County was named for James Walker Fannin Jr. and the county seat of Bonham, is named for James Butler Bonham both died in the War of Texas Independence.

Fannin County
Fannin County ISD information
Fannin County Appraisal District