- a steam locomotive having no front truck, four driving wheels, and a four-wheeled rear truck.
Origin of Forney
named after J. H. Forney (1829–1902), American engineer
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Two months later, McLelland and his wife were shot to death on March 30 in their quaint home in Forney, Texas.It Wasn’t the Aryan Brotherhood, Apparently: Texas Woman Confesses to Role in D.A. Murders
April 17, 2013
Plus, Michael Daly reports from Forney, Texas, on the McLelland killing.How the Aryan Brotherhood Kills: From the Gang Signs to the Sanctioned Hits
April 2, 2013
So far, Caitria is proudest of the time she visited the small town of Forney, Texas, ravaged by an EF3 tornado last April.Facing Disaster: It Takes a Local
April 1, 2013
I tell Forney that I find it is all I can do to attend to one.
Colonel Forney admired the scheme, but asked “who was to carry it out.”
I found the gun and Colonel Forney the powder and ball, and between us we made a hit.
The pretence for this was that Forney had defaulted $40,000!
The government directed Forney in 1858 to collect these children, and he did so.The Story of the Mormons
William Alexander Linn