The first settlers arrived in this area of southeastern Dallas County in the 1860s. More pioneers arrived in the 1870s, including the town's founder, T.K. Seago, who built a general store there in 1876. The town was known as Seago until 1910, when the name was changed to Seagoville. Seagoville's growth has paralleled that of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.
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