November 1854

(p. 454) Monday November 6, 1854 
Present: the Honorable John H. Reagan, Judge, John E. Cravens, District Attorney, Edward C. Browder, Clerk, and A. C. Haught, Sheriff. 

The Sheriff returned into court the venire facias executed upon all persons therein except James Fuller, who was not found. 

On motion of the District Attorney, the venire facias previously presented was quashed, therefore it is ordered that a special venire facias be issued for 36 men to serve as jurors. The following names persons were called: Abraham Carver, S. W. Caldwell, John Howell, Silas Bryant, James Horton, J. M. Rawlins, John Edwards, U. Baggett, Samuel Ramsey, James M. Bennett, John P. Lawrence, Garrett Langford, David Huffhines, H. Ward, R. F. Merrill, Curtis Parks, H. R. Brotherton, John F. Daniel, J. H. Holford, M. R. Heffington, John Sears, W. A. Farris, Meredith Myers, Isaac B. Webb, James D. Dollins, W. H. Muncy, B. O. C. Pounds, A. Hart, William J. Walker, Hugh Largent, Ben Beckner, William Myers, Eldridge Gill, James Lowe, Daniel Sage, B. J. Hunter. 

Whereupon the sheriff drew names of 15 men to serve as Grand Jurors: James Horton, Henry Ward, John Edwards, David Huffhines, H. K. Brotherton, R. F. Merrill, Abraham Carver, Curtis Parks, Silas Bryant, Samuel Ramsey, J. H. Holford, James D. Dollins, W. H. Muncy, Benjamin Beckner, and James Lowe. James Horton to act as foreman. Wesley M. Chenault sworn as special bailiff. 

(p. 455) 
Ordered by the court that M. R. Heffington, B. O. C. Pounds, Garrett Lankford, James M. Bennett and S. W. Calwell are excused from serving as jurors during the present term. There remaining but 16 jurors it was ordered that eight others be summoned, therefore the sheriff returned the following names: Jesse Atteberry, William B. Miller, Sam Haught, James O. Crutchfield, James Loving, S. F. Newby, G. W. Paul and W. L. Smith. 

The State of Texas vs John Lacy. Murder.
Ordered by the court that a special venire facias issue for 36 good and lawful men to serve as jurors on Thursday the 9th instant. 



Tuesday 7th of November 1854 
Ordered by the court that J. P. Lawrence be excused as a juror and Sam Haught be substituted to serve in his place. 

State of Texas vs William Turbeville. Misdemeanor.
District Attorney for the State and the defendant William Turbeville in his own proper person, also David Huffhines as his security appear (p. 456) and state themselves to be indebted to the State in the sum of $100.00 each to be void on condition that the said William Turbeville personally appear before the District Court of Dallas County to answer a charge for a misdemeanor. 


State of Texas vs John Merryfield. Misdemeanor.
The defendant in person and also, James Marcus and Nat M. Burford acknowledge themselves to the State of Texas in the sum of $100.00 each to be void on condition that the said John Merryfield personally appear before the District Court of Dallas County. 


T. J. Rogers vs Rufus Burnett. Debt.
Now come the plaintiff and defendant in person and by their attorneys; the case is submitted to the jury of Isaac Smith and 11 others. Verdict: Find for the plaintiff damages to the amount of $200.00 principal and $61.77 interest. Ordered that the plaintiff T. J. Rogers recover from Rufus Burnett, the sum of $261.77 together with all costs. 
(p. 457) 
A. C. Haught, et al vs C. W. Adams & Company. Trespass & Debt.
The parties announce themselves ready for trial. Jury: William B. Miller and 11 others. Night coming on they were permitted to disperse until tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock. 

A. J. May vs Jane Cochran. Partition.
Now come the plaintiff and defendant by their attorney and by agreement of the parties, Peter Smith is appointed a commissioner to assist in partition the land described in the plaintiff's petition instead of A. M. Keen, who had been appointed earlier. 

G. L. Leonard vs John B. Robinson. Trespass to Try Title.
The death of the plaintiff is suggested and the case is continued with an order for scire facias to issue to the legal representatives of G. L. Leonard, dec'd when known. 

County of Dallas vs N. T. Stratton, et al. Malfeasance.
Now come the parties and it appearing that all costs have been paid, it is ordered by the court that by consent of the parties this case be dismissed. 

(p. 458) 
A. G. Harris vs N. T. Byers. [blank]
Now comes the plaintiff and the defendant, by their attorneys. The plaintiff's attorney obtains leave of the court to file an amended petition herein making another party defendant to this suit. The death of A. G. Harris being suggested, N. H. Darnell, his admin. makes himself a party to this suit. Defendant asks leave to amend his answer which is granted and the case continued with an order of a process to issue to David R. Cameron. 

W. J. Clowers vs B. G. Clark & L. Brock. [blank]
By the consent of the parties this case is dismissed at the cost of the defendants. It is therefore ordered that the plaintiff, W. J. Clowers, recover of the defendants, B. G. Clark and Lewis Brock, all costs. 

Almarene M. & Clinton C. Alexander [blank]
vs J. R. Parker & M. T. Johnson. 
Case is continued with an order of alias process to issue to each of the defendants. 

The grand jury returns the following bills of indictment: 
State of Texas vs John Merryfield Misdemeanor 
State of Texas vs William Turbeville Misdemeanor 
(p. 459) 
Martha C. King vs A. J. Mannin. Certiorari.
By agreement of the parties the case is dismissed and the executions issue against each of the parties separately for the costs expended by them in this as well as in the magistrate's court. 

Wesley Cockrell vs T. V. Griffin, Exr. Injunction.
The death of defendant having been suggested at a previous court, plaintiff obtains leave of the court to amend his petition. W. A. Ferris is appointed surveyor to make a plat showing the relative positions of said claims and the conflict if any and report to the next term of this court. 

(p. 460) Wednesday November 8th, 1854 
A. C. Haught, et al vs C. W. Adams & Company. Trespass.
The parties come, also the same jury as yesterday. Verdict: Find for the plaintiffs and assess their damages at $200.00. Order by the court that the plaintiffs A. C. Haught, John W. Smith, and James M. Patterson recover from Charles W. Adams and William A. Gould $200.00 in damages with interest at 8% from this date until paid together with all costs. 

Wesley Cockrell vs T. V. Griffin, Exr., Injunction.
Enoch Horton, dec'd.
Now at this time comes Enoch Horton; John Horton; James Horton; Sarah and her husband, Alexander Cockrell; Emarine and her husband, Joseph C. Reed; and Jane Bracher and her husband William Bracher, by attorney, and make themselves defendants of this suit and obtain leave from the court to withdraw field notes filed herein. [NOTE: Jane and William's surname is given as “Bradshaw” in the Memorial and Biographical History of Dallas County, Texas.]

John T. Kelly vs Aaron Overton. [blank]
Now come the parties by their attorneys and the case is continued on affidavit of the plaintiff. 

John T. Kelly vs John W. Smith. [blank]
This case is continued on affidavit of the defendant. 

State of Texas vs John A. Jackson. Assault with Intent.
This case is continued with an order for alias capias to issue. 

(p. 462) 
State of Texas vs Perry Linney. Assault with Intent.
This case is continued with an order for alias capias to issue. 
State of Texas vs George Linney. Assault with Intent.
This case is continued with an order for alias capias to issue. 

State of Texas vs David Reif. A & B.
Case is continued and alias capias awarded. 

State of Texas vs E. S. Napier. Assault with Intent.
The case is continues with an order for alias capias to issue. 

State of Texas vs Franics Everitt. Burning Timber.
Case is continued and alias capias awarded. 

State of Texas vs Jesse H. Kelly. Assault with Intent.
The case is continued and alias capias is awarded. 

(p. 462) 
State of Texas vs James B. McPherson. Assault with Intent.
At this time come the District Attorney and also the defendant. The District Attorney having been council, R. L. Waddel, Esq., is appointed District Attorney pro tem to prosecute this case. 

State of Texas vs James Worsham. Assault with Intent.
By agreement of council this case is set for trial at 12 o'clock. 

State of Texas vs A. Bleadsoe. A & B.
Case continued and alias capias is awarded. 

State of Texas vs William M. Leonard. Violating Stray Law.
Now come the District Attorney and the defendant in person and the State witness J. B. Robinson failing to appear, although he had been regularly subpoenaed. It is considered by the court that the State recover from said Robinson, the sum of $100.00 for contempt of court as a defaulting witness and that a scire facias issued against said Robinson commanding him to come forward at the next term of court to show cause why this judgment should not be made final. Case is continued with an order for subpoena for states witnesses, Ham McDowell and Isaac W. Price. 

(p. 463) 
State of Texas vs Harrison Marsh. Assault with Intent to Rape.
The defendant pleads not guilty and the case is submitted to the jury of William B. Miller and 11 others. Verdict: Find the defendant not guilty. Therefore, it is considered by the court that Harrison Marsh is fully acquitted. 

State of Texas vs David Marsh Assault with Intent to Kill.
& Harrison Marsh.
The defendants plead not guilty and the case is submitted to the jury of Warren A. Ferris and 11 others. Verdict: Find the defendants, Harrison Marsh and David Marsh, guilty of aggravated assault and assess a fine of $150.00 on Harrison Marsh and $50.00 upon David Marsh. Ordered by the court that the State of Texas recover these sums from Harrison Marsh and David Marsh and all costs in this case. The defendants to remain in the custody of the sheriff until fines and costs are paid. 

(p. 464) 
A. Bast vs J. Holford. [blank]
Clerk of the court asks for a rule against the plaintiff for security which was granted. 

Malinda Burnham vs Horace Burnham. [blank]
Clerk of the court ask leave to withdraw motion for security for cost which is granted. 

Nathan Atteberry vs William Carder. [blank]
Defendant asks the court to rule the plaintiff security for cost which is granted. 

Thomas Hogan vs E. H. Paxton. [blank]
Clerk of the court withdraws his motion for security for cost. 

Nathan Atteberry vs Sarah Atteberry. Divorce.
Clerk asks the court to rule for security for cost which is granted. 

Ordered that Meredith Myers be fined $2.50 for contempt of court and stay in custody of sheriff until fine be paid. 



Thursday 9th November 1854 
Grand Jury returned into open court the following indictments:

William P. Carder Assault with Intent to Kill. 

Peter Haught, A. Pruitt, [blank, charge not given.] 
Silas Pruitt, Martin Pruitt
& James Pruitt

There being no further business for the grand jury, they are discharged. 

(p. 465) 
To the Judge of the 9th Judicial District holding session in and for the County of Dallas.
The Grand Jury of Dallas County respectfully show onto your honor that they have had under consideration the subject of public buildings in connection of the subject of revenue of the county and are of the opinion that perhaps the want of suitable public buildings—so apparent to everyone is the result of embarrassments of the Treasury proceeding from causes not under the control of the county courts heretofore but which difficulty is being rapidly removed, and although perhaps no positive blame can be attached to previous officers of the county having control of this subject, yet under the present improved condition of the treasury, unless some proper action is taken in future the same excuse will not avail them and may call for a different action upon the part of the grand jury of the county. The jail of the county is both unsafe and unhealthy and humanity requires such repairs as would insure a free circulation of air and greater safety.
Yours respectively,

James Horton, foreman [of the Grand Jury.] 

Ordered by the court that Jesse Atterberry serve as a juror at the present term of court. 

State of Texas vs John Lacy. Murder.
The District Attorney, John E. Cravens, and the defendant in person, as well as his attorneys E. H. Tarrant, John J. Good and John C. McCoy. Jurors: A. J. Mannin, Meredith Myers, S. F. Newby, I. L. Smith, Joseph Britton, M. F. Fortner, William Myers, and Abraham Hart. A special venire to summon 25 jurors from the bystanders and the persons chosen be placed in charge of the bailiff and case continued until tomorrow at 8 o'clock. 

(p. 466) 
State of Texas vs James Worsham. [blank]
Comes the District Attorney and the defendant in proper person as well as by attorney. The parties are ready for trial. Jury: P. Taylor and 11 others. Verdict: Jury fails to agree and a mistrial is declared and the case is continued. 

State of Texas vs William Rowe. Perjury.
No bill of indictment against the defendant; the defendant was discharged from this court. 
(p. 467) Friday November 10th, 1854 
Thomas Hogan vs E. H. Paxton. [blank]
It appearing that service had been made by publication, this case is continued by operation of law. 

William B. Miller vs J. P. Lawrence, [blank]
Thomas D. Coats, Jacob C. Hull,
Samuel Coats, A. C. Haught,
Alexander Webb, Alfred Moore. 
The plaintiff by his attorney dismisses his suit as to defendant J. C. Hull and it appearing to the court that the other defendants have accepted service herein and neither appearing in person or attorney; it is ordered by the court that this case be dismissed as to the defendant J. C. Hull and the plaintiff William B. Miller recover from the defendants J. P. Lawrence, Thomas D. Coats, Samuel Coats, A. C. Haught, Alexander Webb, Alfred Moore by default the sum of $108.65 and $8.51 interest and all costs. 

William B. Miller vs John P. Lawrence, [blank]
Thomas D. Coats, James M. Bennett,
James R. Bruton and William H. Rowe. 
Defendants not appearing, (p. 468) although the process had been served it is therefore ordered that the plaintiff William B. Miller recover from the defendants John P. Lawrence, Thomas D. Coats, James M. Bennett, James R. Bruton and William Rowe by default the sum of $110.25 principal and $8.82 interest and all costs. 

T. C. Hawpe vs James H. Swindell. [blank]
Ordered that this case be dismissed and that T. C. Hawpe recover from James H. Swindell all costs. 

State of Texas vs George Wilson. Scire Facias, Defaulting Juror.
It is judged by the court that the State of Texas recover from George Wilson the sum of $25.00 and all costs. 

State of Texas vs John Kiser. Scire Facias, Defaulting Juror.
It is judged by the court that the State of Texas recover from John Kiser the sum of $25.00 and all costs.

(p. 469) 
State of Texas vs William P. Carder. [blank]
Come the defendant in his own proper person and also John J. Eakins and T. C. Hawpe as his securities and acknowledged themselves indebted to the State of Texas in the sum $500.00 each; void on the 

condition that William P. Carder make his appearance at court on the charge of assault with intent to kill. 


Saturday November 11th, 1854 
State of Texas vs A. P. Cornelius. Scire Facias, Defaulting Juror.
The defendant files his answer and it is ordered that the judgement executed at the last term of court be set aside upon payment of all costs and he is to remain in custody of the sheriff until costs are paid. 

State of Texas vs David Marsh Assault with Intent to Kill.
and Harrison Marsh. 
Defendants by their attorneys file a motion for a new trial which is overruled. Defendants ask to appeal to the supreme court which was granted. 


(p. 470) Monday November 13th, 1854 
John M. Crockett vs William Myers. Debt.
Plaintiff for himself, defendant in person and by his attorney announce themselves ready for trial. Jury: William B. Miller and 11 others. Verdict: Find for the plaintiff John M. Crockett the sum of $89.50. He is to recover said sum and all cost from the defendant William Myers. 

A. H. Martin vs William Myers Certiorari.
The case is continued on affidavit of the plaintiff. 

William Wright, Admr. vs B. G. Clark. [blank]
By consent of the parties this case is placed at the heel of the docket. 

Abraham Bast vs J. H. Holford. [blank]
It appearing that service was incomplete; this case is continued. 

A. Bast vs J. A. Holford. [blank]
It appearing that service had been had in this case by publication; the case is therefore continued. 

(p. 471) 
Nathan Atteberry vs William P. Carder. 
Case is continued by consent. 

Nathan Atteberry vs Sarah Atteberry. Divorce.
The plaintiff by his attorney and it appearing the defendant is unrepresented, Nathan M. Burford, Esq., is appointed to represent the defendant. Case is submitted to the jury, Isaac B. Webb and 11 others. Verdict: Find the allegation in the plaintiff's petition true, therefore ordered by the court that the bonds of matrimony be dissolved. Defendant to recover from the plaintiff all costs. 

State of Texas vs B. O. C. Pounds. Scire Facias.
Defendant files his answer and the judgment entered at the last term of court is set aside and the defendant is to pay all costs. 

(p. 472) 
State of Texas vs Ben Beckner. Scire Facias.
Defendant files his answer and judgement entered at the last term of court is set aside and Ben Beckner to pay all costs. 

State of Texas vs James B. McPherson. Assault with Intent.
Case is continued on the affidavit of the defendant. 

State of Texas vs Cornelius McConroy. Murder.
District attorney suggests the death of defendant; case is dismissed.

State of Texas vs John Merryfield. Misdemeanor.
Defendant pleads guilty to the charge. Jury: I. B. Webb & 11 others. Verdict: Jury assessed a fine of $10.00. Ordered that the defendant pay $10.00 fine plus all costs and to remain in custody of the sheriff until all costs are paid. 

(p. 473) 
Carlos Wise vs Joseph F. Garrett. Trespass to Try Title.
Jury: William B. Miller and 11 others. Verdict: Find for the plaintiff. Ordered that Carlos Wise recover from Joseph F. Garrett the land in plaintiffs petition. Land description given. 

(p. 474) Tuesday November 14th, 1854 
Meredith Myers vs Alexander Cockrell. [blank]
Case is submitted to the court without the intervention of a jury. Ordered by the court that the plaintiff take nothing by the suit and the defendant Cockrell should recover from Meredith Myers all costs. 

State of Texas vs John Lacy. Murder.
Jury: James Horton and 11 others. The jurors failing to agree on a verdict, a mistrial was had, the case continued until the next term. 

John M. Crockett vs William Myers. 
Defendant by his attorney, moves for a new trial which is overruled and defendant gives notice of an appeal to the Supreme Court which is granted. 
(p. 475) 
Wm. Wright, Adminr. vs B. G. Clark. [blank]
Now comes the plaintiff by his attorney and obtains leave to file an amended petition.

Wm. Wright, Adminr. vs B. G. Clark. [blank]
Now come the parties by their attorneys and by agreement of the parties, the case is continued with leave for defendant to amend his answer.

Solomon Durrett vs Anson McCracken. Certiorari.
Now come the parties by their attorneys and announce they are ready for trial. The case is submitted to a jury of Isaac B. Webb and eleven others. Verdict: We find for the defendant McCracken. It is ordered by the court that defendant recover from Solomon Durrett and his securities, Enoch Horton and Alexander Cockrell, all costs in this and in Justice Court 

Ordered by the court that the fine entered against Meredeth Myers at a previous day of this term of court for $2.50 be set aside upon payment of the cost of the entry.

John M. Crockett vs Aaron Overton. [blank]
Now at this time comes plaintiff, John M. Crockett and files in this court, the mandate from the Supreme Court of the State of Texas and on his motion it is ordered that said mandate be spread upon the records of this court, which is done in the words and figures following, to wit:

The State of Texas to the District Court of Dallas County—Greeting!
Before the Supreme Court on the 29th of May A.D. 1854, the cause upon appeal to revise or reverse your judgement between Aaron Overton, appellant and John McCracken, appellee, (p. 476) ordered that the judgement of the court be affirmed and that the appellant and his securities, J. B. Robinson and Samuel B. Pryor pay all costs.
Honorable John Hemphill, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; Thomas Green, clerk.

It is, therefore, ordered by this court [district] that the order of the Supreme Court be observed and that the original judgement stand.


Wednesday, November 15, 1854
Malinda Burnham vs Horace Burnham. [blank]
The plaintiff by her attorney and the defendant not appearing, although it appeared that legal notice had been served on defendant; the trial proceeded ex parte. John J. Good was appointed to represent defendant. The jury consisted of John Thomas, foreman, and eleven others. Verdict: the jury finds allegations in the plaintiff's petition to be true. It is ordered by the court that the bonds of matrimony between said Malinda Burnham and Horace Burnham have been dissolved. Defendant Horace Burnham is to recover from plaintiff all costs in this case.

A. J. May vs Jane Cochran et al [blank]
Now come the parties and this case is continued for the report of the commission.

(p. 477)
State of Texas vs Wm. Turbeville. [blank]
Appearing are the District Attorney for the State of Texas and the defendant in his own proper person who pleads guilty. The jury is John Thomas, foreman, and eleven others. Verdict: We assess a fine of $10.00 against defendant. It is ordered that the State recover from Wm. Turbeville, the sum of $10,00 plus all costs and he is to remain in custody of the sheriff until it is paid. 

JURY REPORT— Dallas County, Texas NOVEMBER TERM 1854
Report of the list of jurors who served at this term of court together with the amount due each.
NAME OF THE JUROR # OF DAYS $ AMOUNT 
James Horton 9 $ 13.50
Henry Ward 4 6.00
John Edwards 4 6.00
David Huffhines 4 6.00
H. K. Brotherton 4 6.00
R. F. Merrell 4 6.00
Abraham Carver 4 6.00
Curtis Parks 4 6.00
Silas Bryant 4 6.00
James Dunaway 4 6.00
J. H. Holford 4 6.00
James D. Dollins 4 6.00
W. H. Muncy 4 6.00
Benjamin Beckner 4 6.00
James M. Low 4 6.00
Samuel Haught 8 12.00
John Sears 8 12.00
Daniel Sage 8 12.00
U. Baggett 7 10.50
NAME OF THE JUROR # OF DAYS $ AMOUNT 

Wm. J. Walker 8 12.00
Isaac B. Webb 8 12.00
Wm. Myers 9 13.50
John F. Daniel 8 12.00
Eldridge Gill 8 12.00
A. Hart 9 13.50
Hugh Largent 8 12.00
J. M. Rawlins 8 12.00
W. A. Ferris 6 9.00
B. J. Hunter 8 12.00
John Howell 8 12.00
Meredith Myers 9 13.50
Jesse Atterberry 4 6.00
Wm. B. Miller 8 12.00
Peter Haught 8 12.00
James Crutchfield 8 12.00
James Loving 8 12.00
S. F. Newby 9 13.50
G. W. Paul 8 12.00
I. L. Smith 9 13.50
Joseph T. Bruton 5 7.50
M. F. Fortner 5 7.50
James B. McPherson 4 6.00
Thomas Montgomery 4 6.00
Thomas A. Phillips 4 6.00
A. M. Carter 4 6.00
J. C. Reed 2 3.00
J. P. Cole 2 3.00
A. J. Mannin 2 3.00
J. C. Skyles 2 3.00
TOTAL # OF DAYS 289

(p. 478)
Amount of jury fees and from what source received.
CASE PAID BY JURY FEE 
Rogers vs Burnett Burford 3.00
Haught et al vs C. W. Adams & Co. Haught 3.00
Crockett vs Myers Crockett 3.00
Wise vs Garrett 3.00
Myers vs Cockrell 3.00
Durrett vs McCrackin Durrett 3.00
CASE PAID BY JURY FEE 

Miller vs Lawrence et al Crockett 3.00
Atterberry vs Atterberry Stone 3.00
State vs Marsh & Marsh 10.00
State vs Merryfield 5.00
J. B. Robinson—fine 2.50
Burnham vs Burnham Stone 3.00
$51.50
Clerk's commission -1.31¼
Balance of Jury Fund $50.18¾

Pro rata amount due each juror is 17½¢ per day.

Examined in open court, 15 November 1854—John A. Reagan, presiding judge.

Ordered that M. K. Selvidge, a juror at the last term of this court, whose entire amount of services were not allowed and overlooked, be allowed the further sum of $4.50 to be paid out of the jury fund. 

Ordered that G. B. Knight be allowed the sum of $4.50 for his services at the last term of court in addition to what he has already received to be paid out of the jury fund of said county.

Ordered that Edward C. Browder, clerk of court, be allowed the sum of $25.00 for extra services since the last term of this court.

Ordered that Wesley M. Chenault be allowed the sum of $6.00 for his services as bailiff to the Grand Jury at this term of court.

A. C. Haught, et al vs C. W. Adams & Co. [blank]
Now at this time the defendant by his attorney asks the court to grant a new trial which was overruled; defendant give notice of appeal to the Supreme Court.

D. S. Nance vs N. H. Darnell [blank]
Now at this time comes the plaintiff by his attorney and on his motion it is ordered that an alias execution issue herein.

George Lyons Declaration of Intention to Become a Citizen.
It is ordered that this case be continued until the next term of court.

Ordered that court be adjourned.
Attest.: Edward C. Browder, Clerk, John H. Reagan, Presiding Judge.
(p. 479) 6 March 1855
Edward C. Browder, clerk of the District Court for the county of Dallas; W. W. Peak, clerk of the County Court of said county; and Allen Beard, Acting Justice of the Peace drew from Box #1 the names of the following persons to serve as jurors during the 1855 May term, to wit:


Wm. R. Wampler
William Pruitt
Samuel M. Daniel
Jonathan Bradly
T. K. Anderson
George T. Moore
Alexander A.Thomas
Solomon Dixon
Jefferson Wetherford
O. W. Knight
D. L. Hall
Samuel A. Haught

John W. Keen
Daniel Carver
Hiram Kenny
R. C. Donaldson
Zebeder Heath
Thomas J. Campbell
Joseph Combs
Abraham Bast
F. W. Dunaway
Benjamin Frost
James Crutchfield
P. Taylor

Abraham Hart
Samuel Coats
William Carr
D. F. Pearson
Thomas Stone
John Lenard
Jacob Caster
Wilson Wood
A. J. Heath
N. L. Fondren
Clement Goar
Joel Roberts


Edward C. Browder, Clerk District Court.
W. W. Peak, Clerk County Court, by A. W. Harwood, deputy
Allen Beard, J. P.

 

Revised: March 21, 2008


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