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Posted by: Judy Reamy (ID *****6411) Date: May 08, 2003 at 17:16:29
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Kelley, Nancy, b. 1833 Perry Co. IL; d/o Milton Williams; grandfather was Robert Williams (Rev. soldier under Washington); m. 1847 L. Chris Kelly White Co., and early settler of Uvalde Co. (d. 1888); mother of 12 (4 died as infants), sons: Robert (never married), Joseph m. Miss Ida Crank; daughters: oldest of the living, Sarah m. George Dillard, Emma m. John Davenport and lived on Little Blanco, Zeno was killed by a falling horse after being married less than 6 months, Edward m. Miss Lela Martin (d/o Judge William Martin of Kerrville), Florence m. Henry McBride a merchant of Sabinal, Alberta (unmarried) she became blind in 1880

Kennedy, Ross, b. 12/12/1827 Monaghan Co. Ireland; came on the Rainbow to NY about 1850; was in Uvalde Co. by 1856; m. Jane Rankin from Ireland; his brother-in-law was Ebenezer Rankin; children: George A., Ross R. m. Miss Allie Kelso, Margery K., Jane, Mary E., Rosalie m1. Chas Barnard (d. in Sabinal), m2. Len Heard,,Clara, Vine V. m. Dave Malone, Minnie Maud (unmarried)

Kinchaloe, Robert, Ranger under Capt. H.E. McCulloch; m. Sarah Ware; in 1866 there were 4 childre: Charley 8 yoa, Johnnie 6 yoa, Betty 4 yoa, and 8 mos baby; 1899 son Richard is mentioned so either he was the baby or they had more children

Kinchaloe, Mrs. Sarah J. Ware, b. 4/6/1838 Montgomery Co. TX, d/o Capt. William Ware; m. Robert Kinchaloe; the family moved to Sabinal Canyon 1852; her dad died soon after; she was still living 1/1/1899

Mallon, Nathan, Ranger in the first company raised by Hays; later became Sheriff of Bexar Co.

McCulloch, Ben, one of Hays Rangers; fought at the Battle of Plum Creek 1840; became a Conf. General in the Civil War; killed at the Battle of Elkhorn

McCulloch, Lt. H.E., one of Hays Rangers; fought at the Battle of Plum Creek 1840; helped gather resistance forces against Woll at San Antonio @ 1842

McLauren, John M., b. N. Carolina, came to TX 1857; m. Kate Ringer at Lockhart, Caldwell Co. TX; she was killed by indians in the last indian raid at Frio Canyon 1882; children: Mary the oldest daughter was boarding with the Richard Humphreys family near Leakey at the time of the raid, Maude 6 yoa, Alonzo 3 yoa, and Frank an infant at the time; her uncle Galbreath Fuqua was killed at the Alamo; living with the McLaurens and also killed in the raid was Allen Lease, one day short of his 15th year

McLauren, W.J., chased the indians that killed Kate McLauren 1882

Millet, Eugene, Alonzo and Hie, cowpunchers @ 1869

Mills, G.W., b. 6/2/1857; parents were born Somerset KY; family emigrated to TX 1872; his dad had an older brother Henry P. Mills who died while serving in the TX war for independence

Mohle, Geo. H., d. 10/11/1918 age 71

Early Settlers and Indian Fighters of Southwest TX by Andrew Jackson Sowell; Facts Gathered from Survivors of Frontier Days, Argosy-Antiquarian, Ltd NY, first pub. 1900

The Trail Drivers of Texas-Interesting Sketches of Early Cowboys and Their Experiences on the Range and on the Trail During the Days That Tried Mens Souls-True Narratives Related by Real Cowpunchers and Men Who Fathered the Cattle Industry in TX, orig. compiled by J. Marvin Hunter, 2nd printing 1986

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