The settler was always cautious in going to and fro, to look for Indian signs or marks and to report to headquarters Hickory Station any discoveries. When the time was up, General Tarrant said, 'Are you ready? He later plead guilty on a lesser charge. One will observe that the early-day people dressed differently from the people of the present day. The wheat was "tramped out" by horses, and ground on a steel hand-mill bolted to a tree. I bet there's a similar list for democrats
The committee, after gathering much proof as to the finding of the body by John Chisum and its disinterment, and its reinterment in , in the back yard of the J. Stroud, Joshua Zumwalt, J. Bolivar Settlement This settlement was made on Clear Creek and extended up it to the west county line in a shoestring formation. Terms Related to the Moving Wall Fixed walls: It was a two- story structure built of wood, tweny feet wide and forty feet long-. Dickson was duly elected to the office of Chief Justice for said county, on the 7th day of August, A.
Full text of "History and reminiscences of Denton County"
The oldest settlement was the Bridges Settlement near the present town of Hebron, and it began its formation in Republican Committeeman John Curtin convicted with molesting a teenage boy. Thus the county, as legally established is from north to south twenty-nine miles and twenty-seven chains wide, and from east to west thirty-one miles long. Blount, William Blount, Doc- tor J. Venters as their land clerk.
Some names were furnished by individuals who had borne them in memory for many years, and the verification of such names is especially difficult. He was born in Barren County, Kentucky, March 12, , and came to Texas with his father's family in , then a small Doy. Quite a number were hatless, as many as eight or ten were slightly wounded, but none in a painful manner. He afterwards held several other city and county offices. Smith, Edgar Smith, R. Dougherty, Marion Dougherty, John W.