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Ole T. Nystel

Bosque County, Texas Ole T. Nystel, a boy fourteen years of age, lived with his father, T.O. Nystel, on Meridian Creek, about ten miles south of Meridian, when he was made an Indian captive. We will place Mr. Nystel before the microphone, and let...

Monroe Brothers

Bosque County, Texas These two brothers were camped and improving a place on Spring Creek, about eight miles due west of Meridian in Bosque County. The next morning after the preceding tragedy, the Monroe boys were making rails about four hundred...

James Knight

Bosque County, Texas During the same day, and at some time in the evening, the Indians charged and killed James Knight. He was working for John Pancake and Wm. Babb, who lived on Neil's Creek, about four miles south of Cranfill Gap. This young man...

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