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Re: David C. Kyle on the 1880 Census-Help
Posted by: Dorman Holub (ID *****6788) Date: December 03, 2004 at 23:09:18
In Reply to: David C. Kyle on the 1880 Census-Help by DELLA of 329

In 1881, David C. Kyle was serving as a Young County Deputy Sheriff.

In 1882, his name does not appear on our rolls as Deputy Sheriff or U.S. Federal Marshal for the Federal Court in Graham. But his name appears in the Commissioner's Court minutes as having been paid as a witness.

I don't see his name in our marriage records. I don't see his name in our obituaries or tombstone records.

If he was a US Federal Marshal and killed, it would have been in the newspapers in either Graham or Jacksboro. I find no mention. I will email a friend who is researching the US Deputy Marshals in the Northwestern District.

Chairman, Young County Historical Chairman



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