Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas. Page: 169 of 1,110
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HISTORY OF DALLAS COUNTY. 167
Stone, Thomas, married Elizabeth Ross.
Scroggins, William, married Lucretia Strong.
Smith, Rev. James A., and family, came from
Mississippi in 1846. He, his twin
brotller Wesley, now of Eastland county,
and his brother William A., superintendent
of tlhe State Blind Asylum
during the war, were all Methodist
preachers, and each one in the locality
of hlis residence; from his ruddy coinplexion
and bristly hair, was known by
the sobriquet of ("Cedar Top,"-by the
way, three excellent and sincere men.
James A. Smitll's children were: John
Wesley, married Miss Wilburn; Joshua
La Fayette, married Miss Daniels; was
a tcptain in Stone's Sixth Texas Cavalry;
murdered in Dallas, in 1867, by Wilson,
an attache of the Freedmnen's Bureau,
who fled the country; Robert married
Sopllronia Wilnn; Fanny Killen married
lJohln M. Laws. and is dead.
S\wing, Matt L., came in 1848; now in New
Snowv, W\illiall J., came single before 1848;
married Eleanor Otwell.
jSnw, J. M., caIne from Arkansas in 1848.
Staud en, Set, illnd family, from Illinois in
Story, JJohn L., before 1848.
Srrutchi., Nathan, single, before 1848.
Stury, TloInas C., single, betbre 1848.
Starkey, Jesse S., before 1848.
Sitlpson. Lionel, before 1848.
Smlithl, Absalom, and fatnily, before 1848.
Slnyder, Jolln I)., single, before 1848.
Seurloek, John, and family, before 1848.
welll, James ,M. and Tlhoinas J., single, before
Sweet, levi J., anld family, before 1848.
,Sag. l)aniel, before 1848.
Taylor, Pleasant, in Illinois mIlarried Nancy,
daughter of Elder Roderick Rawlins;
came in 1844. Their children were Alfred,
Alonzo, Addie, Paris, all dead;
--, killed by a pet bear; livingPleasant
King, who married Annie Collins,
and Sophronia, wife of R. P. Aunpaugh.
Alfred married Lizzie Green,
now the wife of Frank M. Ervay.
Tuggle, Henry, married Minerva A. Biffle.
Trees, Crawford, came in 1845; in 1846
married Annie AM. Kimmel, being the
first couple married in the new county,
in July or August, 1846, the record
being destroyed. Her name is erroneously
printed Henderson on a former
Thomas, John (the first chief justice in Dal-.
las county); wife Hannah and children
came from Missouri in 1844. Their
children: John died a soldier in Mexico;
Alex. A., also a soldier in Mexico, married
MSary E. Armstrong; Ellis C. married
Julia Moon; Elizabeth B. married
Charles H. Durgin; Eliza married Reese
Jones; Sarah A. married P. A. Sayre.
Turner, William A., came single, before July,
1848; married Alinda Turner.
Toliver, J. MI., from Illinois in 1846.
Tilley, Jefferson, came in 1844; married Eliza
Thompson, M, arlin M., came in 1848; married
Turner, Levi, and family, before 1848.
Turner, William, and family, 1848.
Turner, William (?), single, before 1848.
Taylor, Calvin, single, before 1848.
Trimble, William C., single, before 1848.
Tucker, John S., and family, before 1848.
Vance, Thomas, and family, before 1848.
Vance, John C. and family, before 1848.
Vance, Charles K., and family, before 1848.
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