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GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

... 30, and Farm Road 1382, thirteen miles west of downtown Dallas in western Dallas and eastern Tarrant counties. The townsite comprises ... Dallas, Arlington, Irving, and Cedar Hill. Mountain Creek Lake is on the east, a portion of Joe Pool Lake is in southern Grand Prairie, ...

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KIEST, EDWIN JOHN

... sent him to Omaha, Nebraska, Kansas City, Missouri, and Dallas, Texas, where he arrived on December 31, 1890. In 1896, rather than ... an adequate water supply for Dallas, the result being Lake Dallas in Denton County. He was president of the State Fair of Texas ...

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LAS COLINAS, TX

... Road within the city of Irving and ten miles northwest of Dallas in western Dallas County. It is southeast of the Dallas-Fort Worth ... Airport qv . At the center of Las Colinas is Lake Carolyn; the community also includes the University of Dallas, North Lake ...

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OAK CLIFF, TX

... bank of the Trinity River two miles south of downtown Dallas in central Dallas County. The original township was in the area bordered ... its entire course down Jefferson Boulevard and towards Lake Cliff; it became only slightly elevated as it crossed the Trinity River. ...

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EXALL, HENRY

... went to Lampasas in 1881 and worked in real estate. In Dallas on November 9, 1887, he married May Dickson ( see EXALL, MAY ... In 1890 he constructed a dam on Turtle Creek to make Exall Lake, a popular resort spot of the time. He represented Texas at numerous ...

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CAVEN, WILLIAM JOHN

... Texas, before the Civil War , and he settled near Caddo Lake as a planter about 1859. When Col. Elkanah Greer 's Third Texas Cavalry ... that the railroad would lead to an economic boom in the Dallas area and made a fortune by investing heavily in Dallas real estate. He ...

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PEAK, JUNIUS W.

... (1845–1934). Junius (June) Peak, Confederate veteran, Dallas city marshall, and Texas Ranger, was born in Warsaw, Kentucky, on April ... in real estate and served as superintendent of White Rock Lake from 1919 to 1924. Peak was a Mason. On April 20, 1934, he died at his ...

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DENTON COUNTY

... north latitude and 97°13' west longitude. It borders Dallas and Tarrant counties on the south and Cooke and Grayson counties on the ... part of the county. It was dammed in the 1920s to form Lake Dallas, which has since been joined with Garza–Little Elm Reservoir to ...

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WILMANS, EDITH EUNICE THERREL

... the Texas legislature, was born on December 21, 1882, at Lake Providence, East Carroll Parish, Louisiana, the daughter of Benjamin ... Elizabeth (Grier) Therrel. She attended public schools in Dallas, where her parents had moved in 1885. She married Jacob Hall Wilmans on ...

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ROCKWALL COUNTY

... and 96°25' west longitude, twenty-five miles northeast of Dallas. Rockwall County is the smallest county in Texas. Its 147 square miles ... along the western border the county, was dammed to form Lake Ray Hubbard. The lake, built to supply water for Dallas, now covers 13.55 ...

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