History of the regulators and moderators and the Shelby County war in 1841 and 1842, in the republic of Texas, with facts and incidents in the early history of the republic and state, from 1837 to the annexation, together with incidents of frontier life and Indian troubles, and the war on the reserve in Young County in 1857 Page: 18 of 42

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-16The
session of the District Court held at this time in Panola county by
Judge Hansford was adjourned in consequence of the imminent danger arising
from the presence of these two parties. It was after this time the trial and
acquittal of Jackson took place.
An old man by the name of Carr was a resident of the county. He was a
Mexican and had two sons-in-law, who were white men-Stockman and Norris.
Carr had befriended the whites and rendered his full share of assistance in
every disturbance with the Indians and Mexicans. He had large property in
cattle, horses,

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Middleton, John W. History of the regulators and moderators and the Shelby County war in 1841 and 1842, in the republic of Texas, with facts and incidents in the early history of the republic and state, from 1837 to the annexation, together with incidents of frontier life and Indian troubles, and the war on the reserve in Young County in 1857, book, January 1, 1883; Fort Worth, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2362/m1/18/ocr/: accessed July 23, 2016), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .