Indians Kill Mexican Working For D. Rode

    During 1865, a Mexican was herding sheep for D. Rode in Llano County, about nine miles northeast of Cherry Springs. He was alone. The Indians murdered Rode's Mexican and he was found the next day by Harve Putman.

    Note: Author personally interviewed: Peter Crenwelge, who lived in this section of the state at the time.

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

Home | Battles/Massacres | Forts | Road Trip Maps | Blood Trail Maps | Links | PX and Library | Contact Us | Mail Bag | Search | Intro | Upcoming Events | Reader's Road Trips

Fort Tour Systems, Inc.