1. Franklin A Baugh was born in 1838 in Georgia. He was said to have been killed in a gunfight in Byrd's Store in Brown County, Texas in the late 1860's.
1860 US census Brown Co Texas
Parents David Baugh and Pency Louisa Collins Baugh.
1860 first census of Brown County taken - listed 134 male residences and 108 females. Of those 242 individuals, 99 were over age 21, 40 were between 12 and 21, and 103 were under the age of 12. (In The Life and Lives of Brown County People, Book Number Eleven, (Brown's Henry Ford, Pioneer, Historian, Educator, Brown County Clerk and Banker, Researched by: Lex Johnston, Great Grandson), (The Dawn of Brown County Early History 1904-1908 from Henry Ford's Cotton Calculators), (Brown County Trivia by Lex Johnston), compiled by Mrs. Louise Martin Johnston, Mrs. Lorene Eastman Bishop and Mrs. Pauline Glass Hochhalter, published by the Brown County Historical Society, Brownwood, TX, R D Printing, Brownwood, TX, June 1994, pg 100 )
Aug 18, 1860 elected sheriff to March 2, 1861 when he went off to fight in the Civil War, under Colonel Henry E. McCulloch. (Something about Brown, A History of Brown Co, TX by T R Havins, Banner Printing Co, Brownwood, TX pg 18)
In 1864, Frank Baugh, was back in Brown County, was again elected sheriff. In the late 1860's he was killed in a gunfight in Byrd's store. (The Nice and the Nasty in Brown County, A collection of Stories by Ruth Griffin Spence; Banner Printing Co, Brownwood, Texas; pg 32)
F. A. BAUGH was elected on August 6, 1860, and served until March 2, 1861, when he resigned to join the Confederate Army. Contributed by Patsy Johnson in Brownwood at firstname.lastname@example.org
F. A. BAUGH was elected a second time on August 1, 1864, and served until August 25, 1865. Contributed by Patsy Johnson in Brownwood at email@example.com
Was re-appointed to Sheriff 8/1/1864.
Franklin had the following children:
2M i. Frank A Baugh.