Early-day history of Wilbarger County.



Publisher: [s.n.] in Vernon, Tex

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Microfilm. New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, 1975. 1 reel ; 35 mm. (Western Americana ; Reel 579, no. 5976.1)

SeriesWestern Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 579, no. 5976.1.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination208 p.
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15438617M

About , Mr. Starkey moved to Wilbarger following year, September 5, , he was married to Miss Alice Texas Davis in Montague years later, in , they came to Collingstworth Co. settling in what was then called Bradley Flat, later had built a half dugout before bringing the family here. Algernon Killough was born in Carroll County, Tennessee, on the 21st day of March, , and while quite young his parents, William H. Killough and Sarah Watson Killough removed to Gibson County, Tennessee, and this County was his home until his death on the 7th day of March, Filed under: Frontier and pioneer life -- Washington (State) Ka-Mi-Akin, the Last Hero of the Yakimas (Portland, OR: Kilham Stationery and Printing Co., ), by A. J. Splawn multiple formats at Wilbarger, in Indian Depredations in Texas, mentions “Kitchin’s Station”: The Kitchens family came to Texas at an early day, and settled in Fannin county. In order to secure themselves against the attacks of Indians, Mr. Kitchens built a kind of fort, to which they could retreat in case of need. Samuel Johnson was born in Warren.

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MARTIN, SAMUEL C. (See WILBARGER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Collection ) MARTIN, SOCRATES (Brown County, TX) MARTIN, STEVE (Waco, TX, actor-author) MARTIN, STINSON ALBERT (Roswell, NM, rancher) MARTIN, TANG (See LUBBOCK COUNTY HISTORICAL SURVEY COMMITTEE Collection for mss. on Plains pioneers). Wilbarger County, Texas was created on February 1, from Cooke county was named for Josiah P. (–) and Mathias Wilbarger, brothers and early settlers; Josiah became a mythical figure for living 11 years after being scalped.. Wilbarger County is bordered by Tillman County, Oklahoma (north), Wichita County (east), Baylor County (south), Foard County (west), Hardeman. the city, occurred the death of Mr Duke Marlow, one of the county's oldest citizens. Mr Marlow was in his 84th year and had resided in the county considerably over a quarter of a century. He was a kind, honest, accommodating husband, neighbor and citizen. His remains wereinterred Friday at Oak Ridge. The editor of Frontier Times, in company with Dean T. U. Taylor and J. D. Dillingham of Austin, made a trip to New Mexico the early part of July, to dig up history concerning John Simpson Chisum, the great cattle baron, who entered the cattle business in Denton county, Texas, before the Civil War, and who later moved his herds to Concho county.

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book consider how to handle coronavirus. Title: OFFICIAL EARLY-DAY HISTORY OF WILBARGER COUNTY Author Name: CHARLES P. ROSS & T.L. ROUSE Categories: Texas County History, Texas History, Edition: 2nd Publisher: VERNON, TEXAS, THE VERNON TIMES: Binding: CASE BOUND Book Condition: AS NEW Jacket Condition: GOOD WITH MINOR DAMAGE ON EDGE Type: HARD COVER Inscription: JOE.

Originally published in under title: Early day history of Wilbarger County. Second printing sponsored by the Wilbarger Historical Survey Committee. Includes index.

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CAME TO TEXAS IN WITH AUSTIN'S COLONY. Wilbarger County Facts and Early History Wilbarger County's valuations were placed at $70, in In they were $4, Mrs. Lewis, born in February,was the first girl born in Wilbarger County.

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Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a Author: Charles P Ross. Wilbarger County was established in from lands formerly assigned to the Bexar District.

It was named for settlers Josiah P. and Mathias Wilbarger. Though the area was within the boundary of the Peters colony, because of Indian hostilities it attracted no settlers untilwhen the first settlement was made and the county was attached.

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The collection consists of biographical and genealogical information on Wilbarger County residents. Included are short histories of the Odell Baptist Church, the Odell Church of Christ, the Wildcat Methodist Church, and reminiscences of the early days of Wilbarger County.