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INDIAN WARS AND PIONEERS OF TEXAS.
large pasture that was ever established in the State.
In 1870 this firm was dissolved, and J. M. Louis, a prosperous merchant of Fredericksburg;
Bertha, wife of Henry Pfeister, a
farmer living on Bear creek, in Gillespie County;
Amelia, wife of Edward Kott, a farmer on Bear
creek; and George, a farmer on Bear creek. Mr.
John Priess died at his home, in Fredericksburg,
in June, 1882. His wife is still living at that
Louis Priess was born in Fredericksburg, Texas,
January 20, 1852, and was reared upon his father's
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