Marcus and Lucinda Gamble Dalton were in Texas by 1838 and living for a time in the Red River Valley…

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Marcus and Lucinda Gamble Dalton were in Texas by 1838 and living for a time in the Red River Valley and settled at the mouth of Rock Creek on the Brazos River in Palo Pinto County in 1855. Their son, Charley A. Dalton, lived in the county, engaging in ranching until his death. His daughter, Laura (Mrs. R. D. Hinkson), lives now in Strawn. Her children and grandchildren are Robert Dalton Hinkson and children, Robert, Eric, Laurann, Sandra, Conn, Susie and Michael, all of Graford; Pat H. Hinkson and his children, Ricky, Danny and Larry of Strawn; Bill H. Hinkson and children, Billy Dillahunty and Kaylea, all of Strawn. Marcus Dalton was killed and scalped by Indians November 8, 1870, on the old Weatherford-Belknap road in Loving Valley about three-fourths of a mile north and east of the present town of Salesville.

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Marcus Lafayette Dalton
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October 14, 1819
203 Murfreesboro, Rutherford, TN
9 November 8, 1870
152 51 Palo Pinto Co, TX
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