Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas. Page: 155 of 1,110
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Ig~rWUUU~-----HISTORY' OF DALA CONY 1
Billingsley, William, married Arena Kirkland.
Barnes, William D., married Tabitha C.
Barnes, William, cane in 1845, in Grand
Burnham, Horace, married Matilda Cole.
Burnett, William D., came single.
Brotherton, Robert K., came single.
Brotherton, I. K.
Bowles, Rev. William, a Baptist preacher,
who had married Mrs. Rebecca Self,
came in 1844. Of the Self children,
tlher were Arnn, who married Robert
Walker; Sarah E., who married Judge
James M. Patterson; Harvin H. and
Chionac Self. The children of Mr.
lBowles, by this marriage, are Harrison
1I., living in KaIufnan, and Hannah F.,
who tnarried George W. Davis.
lBurford, Natllhaiel M., cane from Tennessee
in 1848, married Mlary Knight in 1854;
their children, Mattie, married William
Morris Freeman in 1886; Nathaniel is
deiad; Robert Lee, Jeff 5Mallard and May.
Biarrett, R)swell B., an orpllan of Texas parentage,
catnIe with James Armnstrong in
184i, married , Babe " Baldridge.
IBrrett, Jamels W., brother of Roswell, still
Bledisoe, Allen. caine in 1815, in Grand
Buskirk, Jonas, andll falnily.
1Bnraiamw, IDavid, and fan iily.
lite:enllu, Joln, and family, from Illinois to
lowic county, 1840; to Boyd's Fort,
NoSvember, 1841; to I)allas county, April
1"842. iHis wit' wants Emily IIlunnicut,
yet living Their children: Elizabeth
married first 1enry Ilarter in 1844,
going, eighty miles to Bo1lnam for that
ptrpose0; second, 1B. Bryam, and tlird
William Cumby; Margaret married John
Neely Bryan; Williamn H. married Martha
Dye; Samuel H. married Mary Ann
Weatlerford; Isaac H. died in California;
James H. married M:ary Hammond;
married William W. Hobbs; Ann married
John Fugate; Caroline married
Isaac Fisher;-ten children, nine married.
Beeman, James J., in St. Charles county, Missouri,
in 1836, married Sarah Crawford;
in Dallas, November 29, 1851, he married
Elizabeth Baker, from Ohio. By
the first marriage he had children; Mary
J. (died in 1884), married first Henry
Price; second, Wyatt Barnett; Emily T.
married William T. Baker; Francis M.
married Amanda McCormick; Melissa
died in youth. By his second wife J. J.
hlad Charles A., who married Martha
McCormick, and Sarah E., who married
L. A. Sweet.
Beeman, Sanmuel, married in St. Charles
county, Missouri, Mary Smelser (botl
now dead), and came November, 1846,
from Calhoun county, Illinois. Of their
children John S. married Isabel Bryan
in Illinois, came with his father; Ruth
married Adam C. Caught, whose first
wife, Margaret, was a sister of her father;
Nancy (in Illinois), married William
Hunnicut; Isaac married Hannah Bethuruln;
Peter married Matilda Riggs; William
and Jacob were killed in the Confederate
army; Kate married Newton Husted.
The three brothers brought twenty-four
children to Dallas county, including
those born here.
Caldwell, Soloinon, and family, from Illinois,
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Lewis Publishing Company. Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas., book, 1892; Chicago, Illinois. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth20932/m1/155/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Public Library.