Brewster County, Texas
Haymond was named for Crede Haymond, who was a lawyer for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Though Haymond is abandoned now, it was once a busy trading post with the population of three hundred or more. Nelse Pierson owned a mercantile business, W.B. Brown was the postmaster and the Kincaids, the Combs and other ranchers traded there.
One of the Kincaid boys once loaded out a trainload of cattle and went with them to Mexico City. When his brother didn't hear from him when he thought he should, he sent the absent cattleman a telegram, asking if the cattle had sold and if he were safe. The reply was informative. "Arrived safe, Cattle sold well. Money well spent. Wire funds for a ticket home."
This site is owned and maintained by Peggy Trammell Allen. Content of this site has been gathered from many sources and transcribed records. Therefore, errors may occur. When in doubt as to the accuracy of data contained herein, go to the actual records yourself. If you find any inaccurate data, please let me know. The information contained in this website is for your personal use only. All pages, compilations, transcriptions and abstracts are protected by copyright law and may not be published in whole or in part without written consent of the author, contributor and/or webmaster.
© Copyright 2004-Present Peggy Trammell Allen