I found this information in " Proud Heritage ll: Pioneer Families of Dallas County" Dallas County Pioneer Association 1993 All Rights Reserved submitted by Ima Faye Thomas Evans 1001 Sherwood Drive, Bedford, Tx. 76022 Josiah A. Record and wife, Lavinna Casey "Josiah Record was born in Ohio in 1813. He married Lavinna Casey in 1834 in Ohio. They moved with their children from Indiana to Dallas after 1856. He had a trading post near Farmers Branch. In the troubled times of 1861, Josiah made a statement that the South didn't have any money or supplies to win the war. He was hanged near Keenan's Crossing and buried at Parrish Cemetery at Coppell.In the Civil War, his son John served in Good's Confederate Regiment.Francis served in Wells' Battalion of Texas Cavalry.Sylvester served in Purcell's Company of the Ninth Regiment, and in Col. Sim's Regiment. In 1869, John and his younger brother, Silas, were found hanged at Hackberry Creek on Grapevine Prairie.Matt Russell, Benjamin Greer and an Akers or Baker were also found hanged, all reportedly by vigilantes looking for horse and cattle thieves.The Record brothers were buried at Parrish Cemetery in Coppell.Their mother, Lavinna, lived with her daughter, Eliza Jane, until 1910 when she was put in a poor farm at Hutchens.It was there that she died.Relatives have been unable to find her grave or her death certificate. Children of Josiah and Lavinna were: Eliza Jane, born in 1834 in Ohio, married 1. James B. Parrish, 2 Henry S. Parrish 3. John W. Askey, a Dallas County roadbuilder, 4 Charles Carter 5 William Coffey.
Sylvester, born in 1839 in Indiana, died 1871, married Samantha Hutchins
Francis Marion born in 1841 in Indiana, married Harriett.
Jacob, born in 1845 in Indiana
John born in 1847 in Indiana, died 1869, married Susan S. Bullock.
Hester Ann born in 1849 Indiana, married Wright Tillery.
Silas born 1850 in Indiana, died 1869.
Otis born 1857 in Indiana lived in Fort Worth in 1932.