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Wimberly or Wimberley may refer to: Surname Abner Wimberly (1926–1976), American football player Anthony Wimberly (born 1962), American serial killer Benjie E. Wimberly (born 1964), American politician Byron Wimberly (1892–1956), American football player and coach Corey Wimberly (born 1983), American baseball player and manager Don Wimberly (born 1937), American Episcopal bishop Douglas Wimberley (1896–1983), British Army officer George J. Wimberly (1914–1995), American architect John Wimberley (born 1945), American photographer and artist Lorris M. Wimberly (1898–1962), American politician Marcus Wimberly (born 1974), American football player Patrick Wimberly (born 1983), American musician Ronald Wimberly (born 1979), American cartoonist and illustrator Rush Wimberly (1873–1943), American politicianOther 5555 Wimberly, main-belt asteroid Wimberley, Texas, city in Hays County, Texas, United States
Buda ( BYOO-də) is a city in Hays County, Texas, United States. The population was 7,295 in 2010, up from 2,404 at the 2000 census. In 2018 the estimated population was 16,449. Buda is part of the Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos metropolitan statistical area and is one of Austin's fastest growing suburbs. Residents of Buda are referred to as Budans.
New Braunfels ( (listen) BRAWN-felz) is a city in Comal and Guadalupe counties in the U.S. state of Texas known for its German Texan heritage. It is the seat of Comal County. The city covers 44.9 square miles (116 km2) and has a 2019 census-estimated population of 90,209. A suburb just north of San Antonio, and part of the Greater San Antonio metropolitan area, it was the third-fastest-growing city in the United States from 2010-2020.
Gruene ( green) is a former German town in Comal County in the U.S. state of Texas. Once a significant cotton-producing community along the Guadalupe River, the town has now shifted its economy to one supported primarily by tourism. Gruene, a German surname, (pronounced "Green") is now a district within the city limits of New Braunfels, and much of it was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on April 21, 1975. The city is known for its German-Texan heritage and architecture.