Horrell, Mrs. Louise H. (See England)—Louisa H. daughter of William and Mary Jane (England) Habish, born June 23, 1878. Educated in the Cherokee Public Schools and Worchester Academy, Vinita. Married at Oswego, Kansas March 8, 1905, George T., son of Benjamin and Mary Frances Horrel. They are the parents of: Mary Thelma, born February 9, 1906 and Allen C. Horrel, born October 31, 1908. Mr. Horrell is a stillman with the St. Clair Refining Company.
SAMUEL M. HORRELL. – This venerable and esteemed citizen and intrepid pioneer of different sections is descended from the stanch blood that first wrested this new continent from the thralldom of savagery. His ancestors were among the colonists that settled in the wilds of America and her fostered that spirit of freedom and independence that later gave us our free institutions, and his grandfather on his father’s side fought through the entire Revolution under General Washington, and our subject has inherited the same courage and energy and has manifested through a life of adventure and incident the qualities that have