Carts & wagons; Pack animals; Packtrains; Republic of Texas
1839 receipt to H. J. Offett for the hire of wagon and animals to carry supplies to the Sabine River for the army of the Republic of Texas. Signed by John S. Roberts, Quarter Master, and William G. Cook, Quarter Master General.
Survey of land in Nacogdoches County,
Texas, for Harry M. Lucas by Thomas D. Brooks, Deputy Surveyor of Nacogdoches County. Signed by Thomas J. Petty, I. M. Mannaring, and certified by W. A. Ferris, County Surveyor.
Law & legal affairs; Judicial proceedings; Trials, litigation, etc.
Republic of Texas, County of San Augustine, order to the sheriff, William Kimbro, to summon John Patterson, G. H. Payne, and Thomas Richardson to appear before the Court and give evidence. Issued by J. B. Johnson.
Land; Land grants; Trials, litigation, etc.; Law & legal affairs
Description of lands in a lawsuit, once held by Robert A. Irion and passed to Austin Closs. Names mentioned include: Mosley Baker, Gibson Kuykendall, Radford Berry (Alcalde of Nacogdoches), Charles Gill, Vital Flores (Constitutional Alcalde of...
Order for the Sheriff of San Augustine County to execute a judgment in the case of Edmond Hyde and James Perkins versus James S. Richards, administrator for the Estate of Charles Richards. Signed by J. B. Johnson, District Court Clerk, and T....
1843 Republic of Texas order for the sheriff of Nacogdoches County, David Rusk, to collect five dollars and fifty cents from Jacob Garrett, Jr, for court costs in San Augustine County. Signed by J. B. Johnson, San Augustine County Clerk.
Judicial proceedings; Actions & defenses; Witnesses; Republic of Texas
1843 Republic of Texas order for the sheriff of San Augustine County to summon Joseph Broyles to appear in District Court to give evidence in the case of K. L. Anderson, Custom Collector, vs. B. R. Wallace, et al. Signed by J. B. Johnson, Clerk.
An orange club card for the Houston Knot Hole Gang explaining the rules for joining the group. Signed by "Jimmy Thomas" and has a diagonal stamp with the name "J. Doyle Parrington." The card is numbered #1011. Printed in black ink are details of...
The TJR trunk is part of the Millard's Crossing collection. Unfortunately, Lera Thomas did not keep paperwork to explain the source of how she acquired the chest. The trunk has been 3-D scanned by the Texas Cultural Heritage Center at Stephen F....