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 1846 Tax Roll for Hunt County, Texas 

This Tax Roll included 113 names.  This includes the names of 17 people who lived in the southern part of the county that were inadvertantly assessed by Henderson County. Before the creation of Kaufman County, Henderson County bordered southern Hunt County.
 
 
 
Dixon Allen Peter Hanks
James Folk Willis E. Parks
John Hart Issac Riley
William Riley Milton Finley
Josiah Rodes Joseph Prewitt
John Stewart Minerva Clarke
E. (?) Woods John Parsons
M. H. Langford G. W. Duncan
S. D. Barker John Custer
B. F. Oldham William Paleharp (?)
Joseph Dornstin Lewis Marr
Joseph Brownlee David Parsons
J. W. Sampson Kinzey Marr
Jones (Jonas?) Havens Magert (Margaret) Ivy
Rhueben Long
Andrew McDonald W. W. Hobbs
Samuel Henley S. L. Shumate
J. T. Kimbro John V. Downing
E. (?) M. Titus James Hobbs
William Kizer Wilis Steel
J. B. Kizer Abraham Watson
J. W. Lane James Hooker
James Merick Sam South
George Williams James Lynch
Bazil Williams Tyalor Dearmon
John D. Williams William Downing
Isaac Banta William Harris
L. W. Moore John Odell
James Wimbel (or Wimby) Thomas Clevinger
Thomas Hart John Wallace
Isaac Lynn Nehemiah Odell
Bejnamin Watson Joel Odell
Josiah Hart W. B. Mullens
G. G. Smith Simon Odell
Alex Smith Thomas Riley
Thomas Sanson John Dunn
W. P. Rippey Jacob Dunn
Ben Anderson Thomas Stickland
E. M. Enlow James Garret
Jacob Lee William Mode
Alfred Lee John Riley
Danial Shipman Mekajah Reeder
John Anderson Stephen Kelley
Peter Lee John Hart
Precilla Riley William Stone
Joseph Riley T. S. Havens
Jessee Finley James McElrath
King Fisher Henry Banta
B. F. Thweat J. Henshaw
James Thweat James Colderon
S. (?) Thweat J. T. Gibson
J. W. Thweat T. Gibson
A. Pate J. H. Reader
T. J. White L. Newell
L. Harison J. C. Newell
J. Willson

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