Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas. Page: 164 of 1,110
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HISTORY OF DALLAS GOUNTY.
seph C. McConnell; W. Marion married
Mrs. Mary J. Knight, nee Armstrong;
Miller, Madison M., long a merchant at
Pleasant Run, near Lancaster, came in
1846; he married first Mary Rawlins,
second Emma A. Dewey (now Mrs.
William B. Miller.)
Miller, William B., wife and children cane
from Kentucky in 1847. By his first
wife he had children: Charilaus (Chill),
who married Miss Walker; Alonzo;
Mattie married S. Frank Leonard; Molly
married George W. Guess; Jennie married
Charles D. Kanady; Susan married
Frank Robberson (who died in 1867),
and is now the wife of Dr. Jacob B.
Ewing, of Dallas. By his present wife,
Emma A. (formerly widow of Madison
M. Miller, of Lancaster, and nee Emma
A. Dewey), hehas Minnie, wife of Philip
B. Miller; Charles and Richard.
Miller, James T., came single, a blacksmith;
went to California.
Miller, Stephen H., came single, before July,
Mathew, Ulysses, married Josephine A. McDermett.
Moorman, John H., married Susan Hickman.
Markham, George, a soldier in Mexico, married
Moneyham, James J., and family, came in
came in 1843; moved to Tarrant county
and finally left the State.
Moneyharm, Joseph William, and family, came
in 1843; his son married and died at
Letot; a daughter married Mr. Taylor.
Morris, Wm., and family, came in 1844; his
children: James M., Samuel L. D. and
Preston W. died single. Melissa married
Mooney, James, came in 1845, in Grand
Mitchell, John, came in 1845, in Grand
Mathis, James, cane in .1845, in Grand
McCarny, Perry, and family, came in 1846.
Masters, Win., and family, came in 1846.
Morris, Richard, young Englishman, came in
McCrackin, Anson, and family came in 1844.
May, William C., and family.
Merrill, Adolph G. M., came single.
Merrill, David, and family, came in 1844;
among his children were Benjamin,
Robert, Samuel and Eli.
Myers, Elder David, a Baptist preacher and
patriarch of a large family, came frma
Illinois in 1845-left a fine record as o
Christian pioneer. Born in Kentucky,
he came from Jersey county, Illinois.
Elder Myers organized the first and still
the well known "Union" Baptist church
in Dallas county, May 10, 1846, the
original members being J. B. Lee and
wife, P. A., Franklin Bowles, Letitia
Myers and John M. Myers, of whom the
latter is the only survivor. Thomas
Keenan and wife, and Mrs. Keziah Myers
were the three first additions to the
church. His children is married in the
Nancy, married J. W. Chowning, in 1834,
came in 1845; John M. (the second
elder) married in 1842; Keziah Wiley,
came in 1845; Emeline marriedJ. H.
Whitlock, came in 1845, died early;
Elizabeth, married Wm. Barnes, and
died soon; Sarah, married A. J. Clark,
an old Texan (Harvey C. Clark, of
Dallas, is their son); B. C., married
Penina Fyke; Jemima, married Archer
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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/m1/164/: accessed July 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Public Library.