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The List of those Assaulted or Killed by Martin Parmer 

Just how dangerous Martin Parmer was may be ascertained from many primary historical sources.  Below is a list of assaults and or killings attributed to Martin Parmer by contemporary sources.

  • Shot and almost killed James Liles - October 10, 1816.
  • Leader of party which killed a number of Indians at the McElwee cabin.
  • Blew up part of Blundo's (Maurice Blondeau) Indian party at White Rocks cliffs
  • Killed Indian brave, Two Hearts - exact date unknown.
  • Killed Moton (Mote) Askins 1826 on the Angelina River in Texas.
  • Judge Parmer charged with murder in Jasper County, Texas.

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