Here is the Information that I have on Samuel A. Hunnicutt.I have very extensive information on the other Hunnicutts/Beemans Beamans/Bryans/Moores
"Samuel HUNNICUTT was reared on this farm, spending most of his time raising stock.In the spring of 1863, he joined Col. (Nat M.) Burford's Nineteenth Texas Cavalry, Company B (CSA), and while in the service he was mostly engaged in detached duty.He was engaged in the raid down Red River when Col. Banks was forced back into Louisiana, and the following spring he returned home and resumed work on the farm.James lived near where his father had settled until three years ago, when, on account of the advantages of school facilities, he bought property in Cedar Hill, where he is now one of the most important stock dealers of the county, feeding and shipping several thousand head yearly.He shipped this season some of the best grades of cattle ever shipped from this section of the county.He has property in the City of Dallas and Oak Cliff, other than his home in Cedar Hill, and he has by fair dealings with his fellowmen won their confidence to the extent that his word is as good as his bond." __________________________________________
James& Fannie lived near where his father settled until 1889, when he moved to Cedar Hill.He was a cattleman and stockman.He later lived in Duncanville where he operated a butcher shop.
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