Citizens of Coryell Kill Several Indians Near Ferry

    During 1861 it was discovered the Indians were raiding in Coryell County. Consequently, Curran Richardson, Ike Richardson, James Wylie, Wm. Study, Brazier and about five others rushed to Lookout Mountain near the present village, Ferry, to waylay the Indians as they left the settlements. In due time, the savages arrived and the citizens killed five of the seven savages.

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

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