Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas. Page: 167 of 1,110
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*LIQICICIXHISTORY OF DALLAS COUNTY. 163
and died in 1867. His widow and other
children reside in southwestern Arkansas.
Porter, John F. and family, came before
Porter, George R., came single.
Paxton, Edwin Il., came single, before 1848.
Pound, Bales 0. C., came single, before 1848.
Pcinberton, Gideon, came single, before
Roland, Joseph, and fairly, came before
Rlicketts, Zcdekiall, and family, before 1848.
Rickctts, I)aniel 1). and David M., single.
leed, Benjlalliln, and family, before 1848.
I1Cinsey, Samuel, and family, before 1848.
IRullnyon, Silas R., and family, came before
Rfeedty, David W., canle in 1845; his wife,
Iary E., in 1844.
The Rawlins family from Illinois.
i4awlins, Elder Roderick and wife, came
in 1844. Of their children, Louisa,
married Lewis Hull; Nancy, married
Pleasant Taylor (botll living in Dallas);
Ileasanlt Kilng married Mrs. Lydia
Sprualnce: lie died June 6, 1887; Lucinda
Iarried Sallmuel Keller; Tabitha
married Carlos Wise; Mary married AM.
M. Miller; Roderick A. (Captain Aleck)
married Virginia I)ledsoc; Elder William
inarried inl Illilnois.
Rwt\lins, Pleasant K., as above; his stepson,
Tlhomas Spruance, married Bettie Bled.
foe; his son A. II. Rawlins married
first Maggiie Swindellels, second George
Iogeors; 1. 1). (I)odl) married Inrictta
.lacl; 'Jolhn S., $married Mary Peacock;
I.tu) A., married Io),bert 1:rothlerton,
wlti died ill 1866 or '67, and slie is now
the wife of Irvine Lavelider; Mary E.,
married James Henry Ellis; Benjamin
S., died in 1863.
Rawlins, Elder William, son of Elder Roderick,
and family, came in 1846. His
children are Hubbard M., George, Allen,
Frank, Malinda, Lucinda, and Mrs. Richard
Rogers, Elijah, married Lowina Crowley.
Robinson, John B., came before July, 1848.
Robertson, Mrs. Elizabeth, and family before
Robertson, Hugh, and family, before July,
Robertson, Joseph M., came single, before
Rhodes, Elisha L., and family, before July,
Rhodes, Frederick, and family, before July,
Ray, Robert, and family came from, Illinois
in 1845. Of his children, all coming
with him, Susan married Andrew T.
Nanny, and Mary married Benjamin F.
Andrews, both in Illinois; William married
Lucinda Iart; Elizabeth married
Abe Hart; Rebecca married John H.
Daniel, a soldier in the Mexican war;
Nancy married Timothy Caldwell; Jane
married Joseph Lockett; of twin boys,
Robert married Emeline Mc Comas, and
Samuel married Miss White; Martha
married James Kinchelow, who died a
prisoner in Camp Douglas, Chicago:
ten and all married.
Ray, George M., came in 1846, from Tennessee.
His wife Subrina is now the widow
of James Sheppard, residing in Dallas,
with her stepdaughter Mrs. E. A. (Dr.
A. A.) Johnston.
Rowe, William, and family, before July, 1848.
Rowe William B., and family, before July,
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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/m1/167/: accessed May 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Public Library.