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RANGERS AND SOVEREIGNTY. 27
ter, was the first commander of Company "D" of the
Texas Rangers, when the battalion was organized a
year afterward. Of those who were in the Deer Creek
fight, only three other than myself are alive today,
so far as I can learn. "Bill' Ingram lives in
Schleicher County, Texas; Joe Bird is still in or near
Round Mountain, and John 0. Biggs is a resident of
Silver City, New Mexico.
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