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Early Texas Settlers, N-R
Posted by: Judy Reamy (ID *****6411) Date: May 08, 2003 at 17:38:58
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Neill, George, Ranger at the Battle of Bandera @ 1841; s/o Col. James Neill
Neill, Col. James C., in Gonzales @ 1835; wounded at San Jacinto @ 1836

Owens, Pete, killed 1870/1871 during a trail drive to Kansas; brother was Billie Owens

Paschal, George, father of Congressman Thomas Paschal

Patterson, Henry, Sheriff of Uvalde Co. 1860; s/o Newman McCollum Patterson

Patterson, John W., b. 1849 Smith Co. TX; came to Frio Canyon in Balderas Co. with dad Newman Patterson in 1899

Patterson, Newman McCollum, b. 1825 AL; came to TX 1845 and settled in Smith Co.; m. Miss Lucy Dollihite before m oving on to Uvalde; 4 living sons: Riley, William, John & Henry

Paul, Capt. James, a lawyer and Pvt. Secretary of Henry Castro; quite old at his death in Castroville 1897

Perry, Rufus, Texas Ranger 1844, died W. TX

Polk, F.M., s/o Warnell Polk; had a brother named Cal; went on trail drive with dad in 1872 when he was 18

Potter, Jack, s/o Rev. Jack Potter

Pumphrey, J.B., b. 11/10/1852 Old Round Rock, d. 7/21/1917; b/o R. Beal Pumphrey, father was from Ohio (d. 1857) and was a surgeon with Gen. Taylor during the war with mexico; mom was a Boyce; his uncle Jim Boyce was killed by indians;

Pumphrey, R. B., b. 4/3/1854, d. 5/4/1920; b/o J.B.; 1 st cousin of the Moss boys of Llano Co.; there was another brother

Robuck, E. A. "Berry", b. 9/3/1857 Caldwell Co. TX; father came from MS 1854 at the age of 16, enlisted in Confederate army and died of pneumonia 1863; Berry was oldest of 3 sons, one was Terrell "Tully"

Robuck, Emmett, s/o Berry; assassinated at Brownsville 1902 while serving as Texas Ranger

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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