Plantersville was officially designated Plantersville to honor the antebellum planters who had settled the site about 1840. In 1843 Alabaman Isaac Baker began constructing an impressive 2,850-acre plantation known as the Cedars three miles northeast of the settlement. A post office was also opened in 1856. In 1879, the Montgomery Central Railway connected Montgomery and Navasota with a stop at Plantersville. The city was incorporated on May 15, 2017. It is situated at the junction of State Highway 105, Farm Road 1774, and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway in southeast Grimes Count. It is also adjacent to the city of Todd Mission. Also, public education in the Plantersville area is provided by the Navasota Independent School District. Plantersville also celebrates Texas Renaissance Festival annually since 1974. The population was 212 in 2017.
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