acquired by J. W. Farrier, who for many years conducted a hotel and pleasure resort there.
Warren K. Dalby was twice married. His first wife, Lucindy, having died about the year 1845, he married Amanda Mitchell in 1850. To his first marriage five sons were born. All five served as soldiers in the Confederate Army and three of them belonged to that celebrated 11th Texas Regiment.
To the second marriage eight children were born, four of whom are still living: F. J. Dalby of Aspermont, Texas; Mrs. R. J. Smith of Dallas, N. L. Dalby of Texarkana, now judge of the 102nd Judicial District of Texas, and Roy Dalby of Austin.
The two brothers of Warren K. Dalby, J. C. Dalby and P. A. Dalby, lived and reared families near Dalby Springs, many of whose descendants still live in that section of the county. One of the homes of the early families of Dalby's, erected in 1836, is still standing some three or four miles west of Dalby Springs. Later I will give more of the Dalby family, descendants of J. C. and P. A. Dalby.
THE FISHER BROTHERS
Among other prominent people settling in Red River County were the three Fisher brothers; however, they did not settle here until in the early 1880's, coming from MacNary County, Tennessee. John M. Fisher came to Deport in May, 1886, and taught school at various places, including White Hall, Mosley, and Rosalie, for