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on Elm street, Flippen, Adoue after the war he went to
St. Louis and Chicago, and finally, in 1874,
he came to Dallas, where he died, in October,
1875. H-is wife had died in 1867, in Montgomnery,
Mr. McCord, whose name heads this sketch,
learned his trade at Prattville and was married
there. In 1861 he enlisted in the war,
in the Prattville Dragoons, commanded by
Captain Cox, and was in the service from
April, 1861, to May, 1865, being engaged in
the battles of Shiloh, Santa Rosa Island, Pensacola,
Tupelo, Mississippi, Bragg's invasion
of Kentucky, siege of Knoxville, etc., in
Wheeler's corps. A horse was shot from
under him and he received a gunshot wound
on the skirmish line at the siege of Knoxville.
After the war he returned to Prattville, and
then went to Cairo, Illinois, working at his
trade. He returned to Alabama again, whence
he came to Dallas.
He was married in Prattville, in 1863, to
Miss Georgia Haynie, a native of Coosa
county, Alabama, and a daughter of Martin
and Amanda (Haynie) Haynie, natives of
South Carolina. Her father died in 1887
and her mother in 1882, in Birmingham,
Alabama, at the residence of her son. In
1887-'89 Mr. McCord was two years in
California, at San Diego and Santa Barbara,
working at his trade. Politically, he is a
Democrat, and religiously he and his wife
are members of the Christian Church. Tley
have five children, namely: Ella Clifford,
wife of Mr. Baker, an architect in Dallas; D.
C., who married Miss Margaret Jellison, in
Nebraska, and now resides in Dallas; Horatio
C., at hoine; and Charles L., who died in
Chattanooga, Tennessee. One clild died in
rR. D. A. PASCHALL, a prominent and
well-known physician of Dallas county,
Texas, was born in Trigg county, Kentucky,
December 14, 1837. A sketch of his
life will be found of interest to many, and is
G. R. Paschall, the Doctor's father, was
born in Caswell county, North Carolina, November
19, 1813. At the age of twelve
years he moved with his father to Tennessee,
and lived in Weakley county until he reached
his majority. On the 15th day of November,
1835, he was united in wedlock with Miss
Elizabeth Williams, who was also born on
November 19, 1813. Her father, Daniel
Williams, was one of the first settlers of Illinois,
and fought the Indians all over that
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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/m1/359/: accessed September 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Public Library.