High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert Simpson
Neighbors (November 3, 1815 - September 14, 1859) was an Indian
agent and Texas state legislator. Known as a fair and determined
protector of Indian interests as guaranteed by treaty, he was
murdered for his beliefs by Texas citizens who disagreed with
giving any rights to the Comanches. Robert Simpson Neighbors was
born in Charlotte County, Virginia, on November 3, 1815. He was the
sole son of William and Elizabeth (Elam) Neighbours. In later life
he chose to drop the u from his last name. He was orphaned at a
mere four months old, when both parents evidently died from
disease, probably smallpox, which was epidemic in those years. He
was later educated by private tutors, who were retained by his
guardian, Samuel Hamner, a Virginia planter.
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