Law & legal affairs; Actions & defenses; Republic of Texas;
Republic of Texas writ, issued in San Augustine County for Nelson H. Manger, ordering the county sheriff to collect on a judgment against Patrick J. Griffin. Signed by San Augustine Court Clerk R. W. Martin.
Transfer of deed for 800 acres land in Nacogdoches County, North of the Stage Road between Nacogdoches and Chireno, for the sum of five dollars, from Joseph F. Palmer to his sister, Fenetta M. Baker both of San Augustine County. Witnessed by Wm....
Law & legal affairs; Judicial proceedings; Trials, litigation, etc.; Republic of Texas;
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.
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.
Transportation; Military mobilizations; Republic of Texas
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.
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.
San Augustine County, Texas document regarding testimony given by A. E. Baker about a promissory note against Sarah Goodwyn, deceased, for the sum of thirty-one dollars and sixty-six cents. Signed by S. W. Blount, Justice of the Peace.
Document reviewing account owed to Amaziah E Baker & Son by the deceased, Miss Leannah Horton, for purchases of soap and fabric, in the amount of two dollars in San Augustine County, Texas. S. W. Blount, Notary Public.
An 1860 deed of transfer for a tract of land in Stanford, Connecticut and two slave children (George and Eliza), between Joseph F. Palmer and Fenetta M. Baker, wife of Ameziah E. Baker. Witnessed by J. J. Roberts and S. W. Blount, Notary Public,...
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.