In Texas, one incident of violence is notable. Reading ruled that Sam Ashworth was a mulatto and not exclusively black, but neither was he white. The posse did not find the wanted men. Two incidents of violence in Louisiana are particularly notable, one due to the statement of Webster Talma Crawford and one due to amount of newspaper coverage the incident received. In the aftermath of this incident, members of the Redbone community in Orange County were harassed; their homes and businesses were burned and plundered. These incidents illustrate the friction between some mainly new non-Redbone settlers to the region and the existing Redbone population. The census records from the early to late 19th century list many non-Redbone families settling in the same regions as the Redbones,  and these settlers, from the evidence of the records, lived peacefully with members of the Redbone families, even, in many cases, marrying into Redbone families.
Taya. Age: 20.
These individuals may have ancestral ties to the Melungeons.
Vivienne. Age: 20.
Reading ruled that Sam Ashworth was a mulatto and not exclusively black, but neither was he white. Those in support of Glover and the Redbones became known as "regulators" while those who supported Merriman became known as "moderators. In Texas, one incident of violence is notable.