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REINHARDT, TX

... Santa Fe Railroad in what became the Casa Linda area of Dallas in eastern Dallas County. Dixon Branch ran through Reinhardt and entered White Rock Lake a mile to the west. The community, originally known as Ola, was on the ...

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CONLEY, JAMES MICHAEL PATRICK [SNIPE]

... for an off-season game, he agreed to pitch for the Dallas Submarines. With the variously named Texas League Dallas team he ... club and later the same year went to work for the Big Lake Oil Company and became playing manager of its team, the Texon Oilers ...

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DEGOLYER, NELL VIRGINIA GOODRICH

... remained in the Northeast until 1936, when they moved to Dallas to be closer to the East Texas oilfield and Everette's other ... Spanish Colonial Revival structure on White Rock Lake in East Dallas, completed in 1940, reflected the DeGolyers' world travels, ...

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FERRIS, WARREN ANGUS

... Angus Ferris (Ferriss), surveyor and early settler of Dallas County, was born on December 26, 1810, in Glen Falls, New York, the son ... now the Forest Hills addition of Dallas, near White Rock Lake. ...

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FRITZ, JOHN WILL

... Texas. He spent much of his boyhood on a ranch near Lake Arthur, New Mexico. As a young man he traveled throughout West Texas and ... three horses to pay for his tuition. Fritz joined the Dallas Police Department as a beat officer in 1921 and soon became a detective. ...

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HANNA, SALLIE LITTLE

... in 1884–85 at Ferry Hall, a secondary school in Lake Forest, Illinois, and at Lindenwood College in St. Charles, Missouri, in ... 1888. In 1902 the couple, who had no children, moved to Dallas, where Hanna helped expand his family's wholesale grocery business. John ...

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HAWLEY, JOHN BLACKSTOCK

... In 1910 Hawley was consulting engineer on White Rock Lake , Dallas, the fifth reservoir built in Texas for municipal water supply. ...

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TRIPP, TX

... a farming community on Long Creek thirteen miles east of Dallas in eastern Dallas County. It was at the intersection of Tripp and Collins roads within the present city limits of Sunnyvale. Lake Ray Hubbard is to the east. Tripp was established around 1900, when W. S. ...

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MANGOLD, ANNA HONECK

... in Herman, Missouri, around 1869. In 1888 she moved to Dallas and the following year married Charles A. Mangold, a liquor wholesaler ... connected during floods. In 1906 the Mangolds established Lake Cliff Park and Lake Cliff Casino. In 1918 they built the Jefferson Hotel ...

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DUNNE, EDWARD JOSEPH

... Edward Joseph Dunne, second Catholic bishop of Dallas, son of Richard and Judith (Cooke) Dunne, was born at Gertnahoe, ... and to that end he began his studies at St. Mary of the Lake School in Chicago, whence he went to St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee and ... In that church he was consecrated bishop for the see of Dallas by Archbishop Patrick Augustine Feehan of Chicago on November 30, 1893. ...

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