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Edward Connell

Ed Connell was a Texas Ranger, XIT Ranch security officer and Sheriff of Parmer and Deaf Smith Counties. He got his start in law enforcement while serving as a Texas Ranger under Captain Bill McDonald from 1892 to 1896. He resigned from the Rangers in 1896 and was appointed sheriff and tax collector of both Deaf Smith and Parmer Counties.

 
Books about Deaf Smith County People and Places

Books about Deaf Smith County TexasBooks about Deaf Smith County People and Places

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Resources:

Davick Services on Facebook: True Stories of Amazing People and Places in Texas

Texas History in the 19th Century (Amazon)

Postcards from the Panhandle (Facebook)

Vintage Texas Photos (eBay)

Deaf Smith County Unclaimed EstatesDeaf Smith County Unclaimed Estates

These Deceased Residents of Deaf Smith County Left a total $19,382 in Unclaimed Money for their heirs. Know the Heirs? Let them know they can collect it from the Texas Comptroller's Office . . . See the list

 

Deaf Smith County Items for Sale

Rare Artifacts, Memorabilia, Ancestry and History Records from Hereford, Dawn and Glen Rio   See All Deaf Smith County Treasures
 
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