During the early movement of settlers into Seguin and points west, often there were disputes regarding property lines, ownership of horses, cattle and watering ponds.

Prior snapshots have covered rustlers and ambushes by men in Seguin, Gonzales and Guadalupe County such as Phil Coe from Guadalupe County, the man who later killed Wild Bill Hickok. Clay Allison and John Wesley Harden were Guadalupe County settlers, as was Frank Hamer, the man who organized the ambush and killing of Bonnie and Clyde.

Floyd McKee is a native of Seguin. He is a retired Air Force Colonel and eight of his ancestors were among the 33 Rangers that organized and developed Walnut Springs and Seguin.

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