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    • 1827 Petition for Deed of El Loco Farm

    • 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...
    • 1835 Custody of Orphans Decision

    • 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

    • 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.
    • 1838 Republic of Texas Land Survey

    • 1838 Republic of Texas Land Survey

    • Land; Measured drawings; Surveying; Republic of Texas;

    • Survey of 640 acres of land in Nacogdoches County, Texas, for Harry M. Lucas, Certificate No. 1199 2nd class issued by the bond of land commissioners for the County of San Augustine and thoroughly described by legal description. The survey was...
    • 1839 Subpoena for Witnesses

    • 1839 Subpoena for Witnesses

    • Law & legal affairs; Witnesses; Judicial proceedings; Republic of Texas;

    • Summons on July 9, 1839 for Alexander Loyd and A. F. Gray to appear on September 1, 1839 and give evidence in the case of Charles Richards vs. Edmond Hyde and James Perkins. Signed by C. Deen, San Augustine County, Texas District Clerk.
    • 1843 Order to Collect Court Costs

    • 1843 Order to Collect Court Costs

    • Judicial proceedings; Debt; Republic of Texas;

    • November 1, 1843 Republic of Texas order for the sheriff of Nacogdoches County, David Rusk, to collect $5.50 from Jacob Garrett, Jr, for court costs in San Augustine County from September 16, 1839. Signed by J. B. Johnson, San Augustine County...
    • 1843 Summons to Give Evidence

    • 1843 Summons to Give Evidence

    • Judicial proceedings; Actions & defenses; Witnesses; Republic of Texas

    • September 11, 1843 Republic of Texas order for the sheriff of San Augustine County to summon Joseph Broyles to appear in District Court on the fourth Monday in September to give evidence in the case of K. L. Anderson (Kenneth Lewis Anderson),...
    • 1844 San Augustine Warranty Deed

    • 1844 San Augustine Warranty Deed

    • Land; Law & legal affairs; Republic of Texas;

    • A 1844 warranty deed transferring land ownership from Byrd L. Hanks sealed and delivered to Matthew Cartwright, San Augustine, Texas. Sold for $140.00 a tract or parcel of grounds situated, lying, and being in the town of San Augustine fronting...
    • 1846 Appraisement for Debt

    • 1846 Appraisement for Debt

    • Law & legal affairs; Actions & defenses; Republic of Texas; Debt;

    • Republic of Texas writ, issued on February 10, 1846 in San Augustine County for Nelson H. Munger, ordering the county sheriff to collect on a September 29, 1845 judgment against Patrick J. Griffin for $774.56 for debt and $290 interest and $14.55...
    • 1852 Letter from D. Hays in San Augustine

    • 1852 Letter from D. Hays in San Augustine

    • Farming; Croplands; Corn; Cotton; African Americans; Slavery; Railroads; Hunting; Travel; Families;

    • A letter from D. Hays in San Augustine, Texas, to his brother, James Hays, regarding family, corn and cotton crops, slaves, and the railroad. Sent in response to three letters sent June 12, 20, and July 4 of 1852. D Hays had been in Fort Jesup...
    • 1856-1866 A. E. Baker & Sons Account Book

    • 1856-1866 A. E. Baker & Sons Account Book

    • Business & finance; Credit; Dry goods stores; Mailboxes; Postal service; Post offices;

    • Account Book of Dr. Joseph F. Palmer at the store of A. E. Baker & Sons (Amaziah E. Baker) in San Augustine, Texas, from 1856 to 1866 containing dates, amounts, types, and costs of goods sold such as corn. Another section (pages 2-5) appear to be...
    • 1860 Baker Witness to Deed

    • 1860 Baker Witness to Deed

    • Right of property; Land;

    • Document stating Finetta M. Baker, wife of Amaziah E. Baker, appeared before S. W. Blount, Notary Public in the County of San Augustine, Texas, for the purpose of reviewing a deed from J. F. Palmer recorded October 7, 1860 by J. H. Dixon, clerk...
    • 1860 Bill of Sale

    • 1860 Bill of Sale

    • Land; Law & legal affairs; Slavery; Slave trade; Slaves; African Americans

    • An 1860 deed of transfer for one-half of a tract of land in Stanford, Fairfield County, Connecticut and two slave children (George and Eliza) for $1800, between Joseph F. Palmer and Fenetta M. Baker, wife of Ameziah E. Baker. October 16, 1860. ...

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