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Texans on Forbes ranking of 400 richest Americans

Forbes released its ranking of American billionaires. Here's a look at Texans on the list as estimated by Forbes magazine, listed by state. Listings include rank, name, age where known, wealth in billions of dollars and source of the money. (Some billionaires share the same rank.)

Texas

8. Michael Dell, 42, $17.2 billion, Dell

15. Alice Walton, 58, $16.1 billion, Wal-Mart

39. Dan Duncan, 74, $8.2 billion, energy

43. Harold Simmons, 76, $7.4 billion, investments

49. Robert Rowling, 54, $6.4 billion, oil and gas, investments

57. Robert Bass, 59, $5.5 billion, oil, investments

76. Henry Ross Perot, 77, $4.4 billion, computer services, real estate

82. Ray Hunt, 64, $4 billion, oil, real estate

91. Richard Rainwater, 63, $3.5 billion, real estate, energy, insurance

105. David Bonderman, 64, $3.3 billion, leveraged buyouts

117. Lee Bass, 51, $3 billion, oil, investments

117. Sid Bass, 64, $3 billion, oil, investments

117. T. Boone Pickens, 79, $3 billion, oil and gas, investments

130. Richard Kinder, 63, $2.9 billion, pipelines

135. George Mitchell, 88, $2.8 billion, Mitchell Energy

161. Mark Cuban, 49, $2.6 billion, Broadcast.com

165. Edward Bass, 62, $2.5 billion, oil, investments

195. Charles Butt and family, 69, $2.3 billion, supermarkets

261. Paul Foster, 50, $1.9 billion, Western Refining

297. Thomas Friedkin, 72, $1.6 billion, Gulf States Toyota

297. Billy Joe "Red" McCombs, 79, $1.6 billion, radio, oil, real estate

317. John Arnold, 33, $1.5 billion, hedge funds

317. Andrew Beal, 54, $1.5 billion, Beal Bank, real estate

317. Gerald J. Ford, 63, $1.5 billion, banking

317. Christopher Goldsbury, 64, $1.5 billion, salsa

317. Timothy Headington, 57, $1.5 billion, oil, investments

317. Jeffrey Hildebrand, 48, $1.5 billion, oil

317. Joseph Jamail Jr., 81, $1.5 billion, lawsuits

317. Jerral Jones, 64, $1.5 billion, Dallas Cowboys

317. Robert McNair, 70, $1.5 billion, energy, sports

317. William Moncrief Jr., 87, $1.5 billion, oil

317. Trevor Rees-Jones, 57, $1.5 billion, oil

317. Fayez Sarofim, 78, $1.5 billion, money management

317. Todd Wagner, 47, $1.5 billion, Broadcast.com

361. Anne Windfohr Marion, 68, $1.4 billion, inheritance, oil

380. Thomas Hicks, 61, $1.3 billion, leveraged buyouts

380. Kenny Troutt, 59, $1.3 billion, Excel Communications

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