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on by San Marcos, Austin and Fort Worth, crossed Red
Our outfit consisted of Bill McBee, Quiller Johnson, Bill Henson, Jim Berrington, and three negroes. All are dead now except Bill McBee and myself. Bob Trimble was our boss. He was killed a few years afterward by Joe Cordova, who was hanged in Bexar county jail for murder.
In 1877 I helped to drive a herd to Dodge City, Kansas, for Lytle and McDaniel. James McClusky was our boss. On that trip I met up with Mack Stewart, who served ten years in a Mexican prison, and afterward died near Dallas.
In 1895 I helped to drive a herd from Garza county to Wyoming for A. J. and F. M. Long of Sweetwater. John Goggan was our boss.
On the first trip mentioned in this story Quill Johnson, Bill McBee and myself crossed Red River on a ferry