Killing of Grandpa Casin

    During 1866, Grandpa Casin, who was eighty years of age and lived with his son, Hen. Casin on Jim Ned in the western part of Brown County. This elderly pioneer had gone to split a few rails. Since he failed to return for his noonday meal, a search was made and Mr. Casin was found where he had been murdered and scalped by the savages. The Indians made a cross with an arrow on his breast.

    Note: Author interviewed W. W. Hunter and W. E. Gilliland, who lived in this section at the time.

The above story is from the book, The West Texas Frontier, by Joseph Carroll McConnell.


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