2011 Land Report 100: H.L. Kokernot Heirs
No. 30 H.L. Kokernot Heirs
The Kokernots’ ties to Texas date back to the Revolution. According to the Texas State Historical Society, the family’s o6 brand was first registered in Calhoun County in 1837. Today, the heirs of H.L. Kokernot, Jr. tend to his beloved Davis Mountains ranchlands much as he would.
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