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from Various Counties which my family was associated with in the past.

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News Tidbits Extracted from Grand Saline Sun 1908

Grand Saline Sun, February 13, 1908 (Vol. #24)

Thrown on Barbed Wire Fence.

Bonham: L. B. Chitwood, a young farmer living six miles southwest of here, met death late Thursday afternoon while riding a mule. The animal ran away, throwing him on a barbed wire fence. His foot hung in the stirrup, and he was dragged along the wire for some distance, the wire cutting his throat and almost severing the head from the body. He was a Mason, and was buried by that fraternity at Ector Saturday.





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