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Ben worked both sides of the border as a ranch hand and cowboy in the 1860s and 1870s.

During that period he reported friendly interaction with ethnic Mexicans both in Texas and Mexico.

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Although Ben does not give any explanation for his family’s emancipation, he does state that he never knew his white father, Lad Kinchlow.Kinchlow said in a 1937 WPA interview that he "fell in love" with Antonita Flores: Antonita was the one I fell in love with… I used to go by Antonita an' smile an' pass her a sign an' she always answered. I thought lots of her an' I knowed she thought lots of me.I would have married her if I had stayed on there but I was young an' hadn't even joined up with [Texas Ranger Lee] Mc Nally [of Brownsville, Texas] yet an' when I left their [sic], I drifted farther away an' never did go back. We used to ride together but most of the time the old man was with us.These interracial marriages along the Lower Rio Grande Valley for the most part were black men marrying ethnic Mexican women or first generation Tejanas (Texas-born women of Mexican descent).Typical of these marriages was the union of Louis and Angle Rutledge of Hidalgo County.

Although Ben does not give any explanation for his family’s emancipation, he does state that he never knew his white father, Lad Kinchlow.Kinchlow said in a 1937 WPA interview that he "fell in love" with Antonita Flores: Antonita was the one I fell in love with… I used to go by Antonita an' smile an' pass her a sign an' she always answered. I thought lots of her an' I knowed she thought lots of me.I would have married her if I had stayed on there but I was young an' hadn't even joined up with [Texas Ranger Lee] Mc Nally [of Brownsville, Texas] yet an' when I left their [sic], I drifted farther away an' never did go back. We used to ride together but most of the time the old man was with us.These interracial marriages along the Lower Rio Grande Valley for the most part were black men marrying ethnic Mexican women or first generation Tejanas (Texas-born women of Mexican descent).Typical of these marriages was the union of Louis and Angle Rutledge of Hidalgo County.The Rutledges, who had been married 14 years by the time of the 1900 census, had seven children ranging from two to thirteen years of age.