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    • 1827 Petition for Deed of El Loco Farm

    • Land; Land grants; Law & legal affairs; Republic of Texas; Land tenure; Ranchers; Ranches; Grazing;
    • Request for formal possession of a farm known as El Loco by Manuel de Los Santos Coy, inhabitant of Nacogdoches and his plantation situated on the Crazy Creek, Arroyo el Loco. 12 bits paid for the years 1827 and 1828 to the honorable chief of the...
    • 1829 Meeting Minutes

    • Politics & government; Meetings; Government officials;
    • 1829 document lists minutes of Coahuila y Tejas government meeting in Nacogdoches, written in Spanish. Juan Bautista Valdes and Pedro Am de Ernal are two men mentioned in the document.
    • 1832 Invitation to a Public Dinner

    • Committees; Meetings; Grand juries; Judicial proceedings; Sectionalism (United States); Politics & government; State rights;
    • Printed invitation to attend a public dinner in Columbus, Georgia to discuss "mode and measure of redress" in reaction to the Federal government's treatment of Southern states. August 15, 1832. Names of senders: James W. Fannin, Jr., Nicholas...
    • 1833 Record of Interrogatory

    • Law & legal affairs; Witnesses; Debt; Trials, litigation, etc.;
    • Interrogatory answers from witnesses pertaining to C. R. Patton about delivery to Josiah H. Bell's landing, Henry Horn deceased $1154.28 note due January 1, 1838 signed by Thompson amounts, potential benefits or conflicts, boats of William H....
    • 1835 Custody of Orphans Decision

    • Law & legal affairs; Orphans; Children; Republic of Texas;
    • 1835 court decision handed down by Judge A. Hotchkiss naming Bailey Anderson, Jr. and Samuel McFadine as "Tutrix" or female guardian of four orphaned minors, Wade H. Shoat, Nancy Shoat, Luiza Shoat and Stoakley Shoat, children of Kit Shoat,...
    • 1835 Order for Ammunition

    • Revolutions; Ammunition; Gunpowder; Rangers; Republic of Texas;
    • Order requesting that William Smith forward lead and gunpowder to the Texas Rangers under the command of Captain Silas and charge the cost to the government of Texas. Signed by Henry Millard, Committee Chair, San Felipe, Texas.
    • 1835 Order to Survey Land

    • Land; Surveying; Land grants; Republic of Texas;
    • No. 120. An Order to John M. Henrie surveyor dated 30 March 1835 to survey 10 or 15 miles north of Nacogdoches in the David G. Burnet Grant, a site of land for Thomas Maxwell, signed by Jorge Antonio Nixon. To determine if such tract is entirely...
    • 1835 Spanish Land Certification

    • Land grants; Republic of Texas; Surveyors; Land; Land tenure;
    • Three page document signed by the alcalde, or magistrate, of Nacogdoches, Radford Berry, recognizing Lancelott Smithers as the legal representative of Louis Carbajal of Bexar. Mr. Smither is to locate and measure two sites of land in the...
    • 1836 Letter for Purchase of a Horse

    • Committees; Horses; Militias; Republic of Texas; Military service;
    • Letter to Capt. Hamilton, directing him to sell his horse for fifty dollars to Mr. Smith, and charge the amount to the Nacogdoches Committee of Vigilance and Safety. Signed by K. H. Douglass, Henry Raguet and H. [Hayden] Edwards, Secretary. This...
    • 1836 Loan to the Texas Republic

    • Transportation; Military mobilizations; Republic of Texas; Soldiers;
    • An 1836 receipt of a loan for $25, from Joseph Rowe to the Texas Republic, to be used in transporting military volunteers to headquarters. Signed by D. Watson, Asst. Quarter Master, San Augustine, Texas, July 24, 1836.
    • 1836 Promise to Pay Thirty-five Pesos

    • Debt; Business & finance; Republic of Texas; Letterheads;
    • Promise to pay Vital Flores 35 pesos, signed by J. E. Mayfield, witnessed by James Quenisett, Damian Cordova, and John W. Adams. Document with official stationary of Coahuila y Tejas government 1834-1835 with an eagle and the all-seeing eye.
    • 1836 Receipt for Coffee

    • Credit; Paying bills; Stores & shops; Coffee; Militias; Military rations; Republic of Texas;
    • Receipt for payment of an account on January 24, 1836 in Nacogdoches with Johnston & English from John M. Henrie, for the purchase of coffee for Texas Volunteers. Signed by H. Henderson.

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