Thu Dec 02, 2021 9:05

Eddie ... you probably have all the below but this book is beyond my slender means

Fuel For A Feud (The Taylors, the Tumlinsons, & The Feud)
by Marjorie Lee Burnett M.B. Hyatt, 1990 Texas


The site promises, but doesn't deliver
"68 pages matching tumlinson in this book"


This book is more affordable ...


"Captain C.B. McKinney, The Law In South Texas" (Parsons & Fitterer)

Tumlinson, Alta (group family photo)
Tumlinson, Bell (group family photo, a boy?)
Tumlinson, Benjamin Thomas (group family photo)
Tumlinson, G.W.
Tumlinson, Joseph "Captain Joe"
Tumlinson, Joseph, Dimmit County Sheriff ... several mentions, an enemy of Reynolds
Tumlinson, John G. "Pegleg" (solo photo)
Tumlinson, Joseph "Jody" (group family photo)
Tumlinson, "Little Pete"
Tumlinson, Morelda English (group family photo)
Tumlinson, Walk

John "Pegleg" (1848-Jan 31, 1920), son of Captain Joe

The 1880 Dimmit County census shows him as a 40 year old stock raiser, born in Texas
His address Carrizo Springs Village
Tumlinson had served briefly under Captain Oglesby in the rangers
Master Roll Sept 1 - Nov 30, discharged due to his being elected sheriff
The first sheriff of Dimmit County, elected Nov 2, 1880, re-elected Nov 7, 1882
Re-elected Nov 1884, Nov 1886, Nov 1888, serving until November 1890
Sheriff of La Salle County 1892-1893

As to where Reynolds was in this period ...

N.O. Reynolds joined the rangers May, 1874 until his honorable discharge Oct 7, 1875
Ringo arrested on the disturbing the peace charge, December 1875
Ringo indicted for threatening Sheriff and Deputy, February 1, 1876
Ringo and Cooley surrendered to Burnet authorities in March 1876 and brought to Lampasas County
John Ringo was tried and convicted in Lampasas County, March 1876,
N.O. Reynolds remustered Apr 13, 1876
May 1876, several men freed John Ringo and Scott Cooley from the Lampasas jail

  • WacoEddie Lanham, Mon Nov 29 2021 9:13
    Sharon, Pam has all of that information we gathered on Reynolds. What I need from WACO is all information on JOSEPH L. TUMLINSON (AKA: TOMLINSON) Please note that there is a father, 2 brothers, and... more
    • Waco — gobs, Thu Dec 02 2021 9:05
      • Reynolds/TumlinsonEddie Lanham, Thu Dec 02 2021 17:34
        Thanks you for the information. Our next step is to attempt to convince the Fredericksburg Range folks. Joseph Tumlinson was also head of a DeWitt Co TX Militia unit during the 1861-65 war. "Capt Joseph... more
      • Wacogobs, Thu Dec 02 2021 9:10
        The census was for Tumlinson, Joseph, Dimmit County Sheriff NOT John "Pegleg" (1848-Jan 31, 1920), son of Captain Joe
    • Wacogobs, Tue Nov 30 2021 7:03
      Is there not enough here? https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=U1paKcqmEJUC&pg=PA296&lpg=PA296&dq=tumlinson+Treaty+of+Peace+texas+3d+January+1874&source=bl&ots=zGSsispVuA&sig=ACfU3U2XHxAXehVMRZsjJR... more
      • TexasEddie Lanham, Tue Nov 30 2021 12:03
        There are 2 TX Ranger groups. The one in Fredericksburg, TX supplies the Texas "Cross" markers. Their "historian" who is confused because of other Tumlinsons that were also Rangers, stated that Capt Joe... more