Some of the cities, towns, and places in Kaufman County are Ables Springs, Abner, Becker, Cartwright, Cedar Grove, Cedarvale, Cobb, College Mound, Collin, Colquitt, Combine, Cottonwood, Crandall, Dallas, Dallas County, Denton, Elmo, Forney, Frog, Gastonia, Grays Prairie, Heartland, Heath, Henderson County, Hiram, Jiba, Kaufman, Kemp, Lawrence, Lively, Lone Star, Mabank, Markout, McCoy, Mesquite, Oak Grove, Oak Ridge, Ola, Peeltown, Poetry, Post Oak Bend City, Prairieville, Rand, Rockwall, Rockwall County, Rosser, Scurry, Seagoville, Seven Points, Stubbs, Styx, Talty, Terrell, Tolosa, Travis Ranch, Union Valley, Warsaw, Wilson
Kaufman County is a county in the northeast area of the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 103,350. Its county seat is Kaufman. Both the county, established in 1848, and the city were named for David S. Kaufman, a U.S. Representative and diplomat from Texas.
Kaufman County is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan statistical area.
Western artist Frank Reaugh moved from Illinois to Kaufman County in 1876. There he was directly inspired for such paintings as The Approaching Herd (1902).