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Located . 6 mile on CR 136 from FM 2896. Union Hill is near the former community of Custer City which was named by Jim Jones and flourished around 1876 when a post office was established. Some 300 people lived in the area. The town had a sawmill, school, church, store, a blacksmith shop, in addition to a cotton gin and flour mill, all of which are just a memory now. Union Hill is fairly old, with burials dating from 1871 (or earlier) and appears to have been abandoned in the 1920s. Currently cared for by Charles Huneycutt.