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Paint Mare for Sale in Kemah, TX
This filly is a Bay Tovaro. Sire: The Cherokee Wrangler Dam: PRR Two Black Shadow Sire comes from Champion Bloodlines. Steal of a Deal
About Kemah, TX
The land, measuring approximately 177 acres (72 ha), was the basis for a town that would be called Kemah. This land was granted to one of the first colonists who was a farmer and stockraiser, Michael Gouldrich, on August 24, 1824. Gouldrich's land was located near Clear Creek and Galveston Bay. However, after Gouldrich disappeared, William Vince from Harris County acquired Gouldrich's Clear Creek land. Afterwards John Flanders, an Alamo fighter who was not supposed to have taken any land, [ clarification needed ] bought the property from William Vince and it was renamed "Flanders Grove" or "Flanders Labor".