People from Bell County, Texas

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  1. People from Belton, Texas

    People from Belton, Texas

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  3. People from Killeen, Texas

    People from Killeen, Texas

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  1. Jennifer Love Hewitt

    Jennifer Love Hewitt

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    Actress, singer-songwriter

  2. Lucas Till

    Lucas Till

    224,255 views
    American actor

  3. Holly Joan Hart

    Holly Joan Hart

    6,169 views
    American, Model (Adult/Glamour)

  4. Candice Earley

    Candice Earley

    1,615 views
    Actress

  5. Miriam A. Ferguson

    Miriam A. Ferguson

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    Miriam Amanda Wallace "Ma" Ferguson (June 13, 1875 – June 25, 1961) was the first female Governor of Texas in 1925. She held office until 1927, later winning another term in 1932 and serving until 1935.


  6. Libby Thompson

    Libby Thompson

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    Amaerican brothel owner

  7. Demond Greene

    Demond Greene

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    American basketball player

  8. Liz Carpenter

    Liz Carpenter

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    Mary Elizabeth "Liz" Sutherland Carpenter (September 1, 1920 – March 20, 2010) was a writer, feminist, former reporter, media advisor, speechwriter, political humorist, and public relations expert. Carpenter was born in historic Salado in southern Bell County, Texas. In 1936, her 24-room residence there was declared a state historic monument. In 1967, a plaque was unveiled to indicate that Carpenter had once lived there. At the age of seven, she moved with her family to Austin. Carpenter stood in the forefront of the Women's Movement when it began and never wavered from her platform. Her projects and causes ranged from supporting high tech to fighting cancer. Often called the "funniest woman in politics", she was in demand as a public speaker until her death.


  9. Lily Eskelsen

    Lily Eskelsen

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    American teacher and trade union leader

  10. Doyle Clayton Barnes

    Doyle Clayton Barnes

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    American naval aviator

  11. Mike Weddington

    Mike Weddington

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    American football player

  12. William Sidney "Cap" Light

    William Sidney "Cap" Light

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    William Sidney "Cap" Light was a Texas lawman from 1884 until his death in 1893, when he accidentally shot himself. He had a shining reputation, except for the period (1891–1892) when he worked for his brother-in-law, the infamous badman, Soapy Smith in Denver and Creede, Colorado.


  13. James E. Ferguson

    James E. Ferguson

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    James Edward "Pa" Ferguson, Jr. (August 31, 1871 – September 21, 1944), was a Democratic politician and the 26th governor from the state of Texas and later on, the first gentleman of Texas.


  14. J. R. Pinnock

    J. R. Pinnock

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    An American-Panamanian professional basketball player

  15. Edgar E. Witt

    Edgar E. Witt

    5 views
    Texas politician

  16. William D. McElroy

    William D. McElroy

    5 views
    American biochemist

  17. Bill Lucky

    Bill Lucky

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    American football tackle

  18. Drayton McLane, Jr.

    Drayton McLane, Jr.

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    Drayton McLane, Jr. is an American entrepreneur. He is chairman of the McLane Group, holding company that comprises a variety of diverse enterprises. He was, until 1990, the CEO of the McLane Company, a grocery and food service warehouse, supply, and logistics firm, and was, from 1993 until 2011, the chairman and CEO of the Major League Baseball's Houston Astros. On the Forbes 400 list of richest Americans, he was ranked #301 in 2008 with an estimated net worth of $1.6 billion and #272 in 2009 with an estimated net worth of $1.45 billion.


  19. Ki Aldrich

    Ki Aldrich

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    American football player

  20. Clyde Goodnight

    Clyde Goodnight

    3 views
    American football player

  21. Jay Arnold

    Jay Arnold

    2 views
    American football player

  22. James Wright (American football)

    James Wright (American football)

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    American football player

  23. Henry T. Waskow

    Henry T. Waskow

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    Recipient of the Purple Heart medal

  24. George Washington Baines

    George Washington Baines

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    Maternal great-great grandfather of Lyndon B. Johnson

  25. Robert Popelka

    Robert Popelka

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    Robert E. Popelka (born November 20, 1949) is a former American football player. He was raised in Temple, Texas, played college football at the wide receiver position for Southern Methodist University and was a consensus first-team selection to the 1972 College Football All-America Team. He was also twice selected as an All-Southwest Conference player. Popelka was selected by the Cleveland Browns in the 14th round (359th overall pick) in the 1973 NFL Draft, but he did not play in the National Football League. He was inducted into the SMU Hall of Fame in 1983.


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