We are not certain when this massacre occurred. But since it happened
sometime during the sixties, it will be reported at this time. Isaac
F. Knight, according to reports, was guarding horses on the J.B.
Earhart ranch, near the eastern line of Jack County. He was alone
at the time, and whether or not he went to sleep, no one knows. Nevertheless,
Indians slipped up and shot two arrows into his chest, killing him
almost instantly. When he was found, he still had his six-shooter
in his hand. Isaac F. Knight was survived by his wife and one son,
Savil Knight. Mrs. Knight later married Jno. Brown and moved to California.
The above story is from the book, The West Texas Frontier, by
Joseph Carroll McConnell.