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Point Blank was originally named Blanc Point by Florence Dissiway, a Frenchwoman from Alabama who worked as a governess during the 1850s for the R. T. and Henry Robinson families, but it was later Anglicized into its current form. R.T. Robinson became Point Blank’s first merchant. The city is situated along the banks of Lake Livingston. It has a total area of 2.2 square miles. The town received a post office in 1884 and due to its somewhat remote location and the lack of a railroad, the population remained at an estimated 75 – as late as 1925. Point Blank was incorporated in the mid-1970s and reached a population of 325 in the mid-1980s. By the mid-1980s Point Blank had twelve businesses and was the third-largest town in San Jacinto County. The population was 730 in 2017. Also, George Tyler Wood, second Governor of Texas, was buried in Point Blank's Robinson Cemetery, where a monument was erected by the state in 1911.

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