Fun Facts About Georgetown!
While this isn't exactly located in Georgetown, it's just too interesting and curious to ignore.
Back in early 1980s, TDOT was performing road extension surveys to FM 1431, and accidentally discovered a burial site which unearthed the prehistoric skeletal remains of a woman.
Through research and carbon dating, she was aged at around 10,000 to 13,000 years old. She was determined to be a female about 5'3", and around 18-30 years old at the time of her death. This finding was significant in that she is one of the oldest and most complete skeletal finds in North America.
Due to the close proximity to Leander, she has been dubbed "The Leanderthal Lady".