2 edition of San Augustine in the Texas Republic. found in the catalog.
San Augustine in the Texas Republic.
|LC Classifications||F394.S215 S42|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||74172588|
The marriages are listed in alphabetical order. The names are listed as written on the marriage license. Some marriages were recorded more than once in different books or on different pages. Although there is no explanation for this, both are listed in this index. Book Area Hotel > San Augustine Hotels | Lufkin Hotels: Photo In the James Frederick Gomer Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas in Hemphill took over maintenance of the site. " Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, December Photo courtesy Barclay.
J. Pinckney Henderson, of San Augustine, Tex., died nearly three years before the outbreak of the war between the states, but his public utterances and writings leave no doubt as to what his course would have been had he been alive in , and so we deem it fitting to place in this book a sketch of this truly great man and his extraordinary career. These records consist of muster rolls, payrolls, receipt rolls, and lists of officers and/or men, for the various military and para-military organizations of the Republic of Texas. They date , and undated. Except for some of the Republic rolls which were drawn up after the fact, these military rolls were compiled at the time, usually by the company commanders.
Stagecoach Routes in Texas in (Texas Almanac) Source: The Texas Almanac for With Statistics, Historical & Miscellaneous Sketches, etc., Relating to Texas. Died at San Augustine, Texas, July 4, Senator in the Congress of the Republic from April 9, to J Lieutenant Governor of Texas from Dec. 21, to Dec. 22, Most Worshipful Grand Master of the Grand Masonic Lodge of Texas in Erected by the State of Texas Back of headstone In memory of.
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Subjects: San Augustine (Tex.) -- History. Texas -- San Augustine. More like this: Similar Items. This book tells how the efforts of a Texas governor and some no nonsense Texas Rangers brought down a crime gang that had bedeviled East Texas citizens for many years.
Quite good. Read more/5(12). An edition of The first settlers of San Augustine County, Texas () The first settlers of San Augustine County, Texas from the originals in the General Land Office and the Texas State Archives, Austin, Texas by Gifford E. WhitePages: the book also includes; Texas citizenship lists Certificates of entrance into Texas (name list only) Muster roll of Ayes Bowe district, TX Record of Election held in Municipality of San Augustine, 1 Nov CFW "Citizens of the Republic of Texas.".
rare original REPUBLIC OF TEXAS LAND DOCUMENT. sabine county land transaction between samuel a davis and caloway dean. the document bears the. The Republic of Texas Museum is currently CLOSED and will reopen in its new home within the Republic of Texas History Center (RTHC) when completed, at San Marcos Street, Austin TX on historic Robertson Hill.
Index to Military Rolls of the Republic of Texas Texas: RepublicState Click on the buttons in the status column below to view the records or to volunteer to help.
Exposition, on May 7, Standing far left and holding a pistol is Captain J.W. McCormick. Seated facing him is Governor Allred, examining one of McCormick's pistols from the citizens of San Augustine (those are now in the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame in Waco).
The Republic of Texas has a vivid past - its ancestors ventured west to settle an uneasy land - from exploration by the Spaniards to war with the Mexican government and its declaration of independence in Read about these ancestor's stories through hundreds of biographies with photographs of most.
A comprehensive index provides easy reference for genealogical research. Because it was involved in so much of the state’s early history, San Augustine calls itself the Main Street of the Texas Republic.
Platted in deep in what is now called the Piney Woods, the. Texas Masons can take just and lasting pride in their Texas Masonic heritage.
The first meeting of the Grand Lodge of the Republic of Texas was held in Houston on Ap The following is a list of lodges in the Republic of Texas: Holland No.
1 Houston Milam No. 2 Nacogdoches McFarland No. 3 San Augustine. Requirements. A male, who is a direct lineal descendant of a resident of the Republic of Texas prior to Februis eligible for membership upon submission of the appropriate SRT membership application, payment of the required fee and approval of the Historian General, Secretary General and President General.
George L. Crocket, Two Centuries in East Texas (Dallas: Southwest, ; facsimile reprod., ). Alexander Horton, A. Horton-Patriot of the Republic of Texas, ed.
Sam Malone (San Augustine, Texas: Malone, ).Alexander Horton, "Life of A. Horton and Early Settlement of San Augustine County," Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 14 (April ). San Augustine Independent School District is a public school district in San Augustine, Texas that includes San Augustine Elementary, San Augustine Intermediate, and San Augustine High.
This district serves grades K The San Augustine, TX White Pages phone book. Search our online phone book to find phone numbers, addresses, and more. Texas; San Augustine San Augustine White Pages San Augustine Yellow Pages. San Augustine Demographic Data Population 6, Mediam Household Income $30k - $35k Total Households Average Home Value $, With the close of hostilities, Texans began establishing a government for the new Republic of Texas.
San Augustine County was one of the first counties to be formed. In settlers chose county officials, including a chief justice, a county clerk, a sheriff, a district clerk, a surveyor, and a coroner.
San Augustine City Hall South Harrison St San Augustine, TX () Hours: Monday - Friday am - pm. View Full Contact Details. Upcoming Events. Daughters of the Republic of Texas Cemetery Medallion Ceremony.
08/22/ - pm **CLOSED** Labor Day. 09/07/ (All day) Memorial Event. 09/11/ - pm. View. The San Augustine, Texas Papers were collected by Fred Rosenstock and contain the papers of numerous persons important to the early history of San Augustine, such as John and Matthew Cartwright, William and Jacob Garrett, John W.
McKenzie, and George Teel. Their papers include documentation of land sales and purchases, land surveys, inventories of property, property tax. Early East Texas: A History From Indian Settlements to Statehood is a history book for an area where few place their focus when studying the growth and expansion of the United States.
This history of eastern Texas looks at four Mexican towns or municipalities: Nacogdoches, San Augustine, Sabine, and Shelby (Tenaha).The house was presented to to the Ezekiel Cullen Chapter of The Daughters of The Republic of Texas in San Augustine in by Hugh Roy Cullen, grandson of Ezekiel Cullen.
The home is the headquarters for the Ezekiel Cullen Chapter, DRT. In September,the Cullen Foundation presented $, to the Ezekiel Cullen Chapter to be used for the upkeep of the home and grounds.San Augustine is a city in San Augustine County, Texas, United States. The population was 2, at the census.
It is the county seat of San Augustine County and is situated in East Texas. San Augustine is located at 31°31′52″N 94°06′39″W / °N °W / ; (, ).