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    • Land document, 1830

    • Business & finance; Land; Documents; Land grants; Land tenure
    • A possession and formal title for 24,049,500 square miles of land on Attoyac for $2,000 paid by George Teel to Francisco Guerrero.
    • Land document, 1836

    • Business & finance; Land; Land grants; Land tenure
    • Land document for 1,000 acres of land for the amount of $1,000 paid in hand to Wyatt Hanks by George Teel.
    • Power of Attorney, 1844

    • Law & legal affairs; Business & finance; Land; Land tenure
    • Document stating that George Teel is giving away power of attorney to sell his plantation.
    • Warranty Deed, 1944

    • Law & legal affairs; Business & finance; Land; Land tenure
    • Warranty deed for the sum of $5.00 paid by Ms. Maggie B. Teel paid to Bill & Dick Price for a portion of the R.B. Russell survey of land in San Augustine County.
    • Land deed, 1922

    • Law & legal affairs; Business & finance; Land; Land tenure; Dead persons
    • One thousand dollars paid in hand by L.P. Teel for 42 acres of land in San Augustine County owned by minors Ydelle Teel and Yvonne Teel children of the deceased John Teel.
    • Land Deed, 1920s

    • Business & finance; Farming; Land; Document signings;
    • Land deed filed April 15, 1926 for $3,075 with a 10% interest rate. Land deed filed March 15, 1926 for $10.
    • Bill of sale, 1841

    • Law & legal affairs; Business & finance; Land; Land tenure
    • Bill of sale between Ned and George Teel for the amount of $1,225.
    • Ad reciept, 1851

    • Business & finance; Advertising;
    • Receipt for an ad Teel placed in the "Huntsville Item" in the amount of $31.50.
    • Court petition, 1842

    • Law & legal affairs; Business & finance; Petitions
    • A petition concerning land along the Old San Antonio Road. Some names mentioned: Aaron (?); William Johnson; James, William, Francis, John and Elizabeth Davidson; Guerrero; Y'barbo.
    • Mayfield letter, 1842

    • Correspondence; Actions & defenses; Assistance;
    • A letter from Mayfield about a suit against S. Thomas, J.D. Thomas, Mary Thomas, and others. A grant is mentioned a few times. At the end of the letter Mayfield writes he acknowledged a forging that was read to him.
    • Soldier's Discharge

    • Military discharges; Military service; Confederate States of America; Civil War
    • Private Wyatt Teel's discharge from Company C, 1st Texas Legion. His captain was Ingram. Teel was discharged because Samuel Gilliam (?) replaced him. Teel, a 34 year old farmer, was six feet tall with a dark complexion, dark eyes and dark hair.
    • Jacks and Jennets Ad

    • Advertisements; Horses; Mules; Selling; Donkeys; Animals
    • A Wilkerson Bros. advertisement listing names and descriptions of the mules being sold from the estate of H.C. Ezell.
    • Warranty Deed, 1927

    • Business & finance; Land; Land tenure
    • Warranty deed for four tracts of land that are a portion of the James Moss survey situated about 6 miles west from the town of San Augustine. The amount of $1,000 cash paid in hand to W.H. Teel by L.P. Teel.
    • Warranty Deed, 1930

    • Business & finance; Land; Land tenure
    • Warranty deed for land being a portion of the Jacob Garrett Survey situated seven miles from the town of San Augustine. The amount of $10.00 in cash paid to C.S. Britain and Nora Britain (husband and wife) by L.P. Teel.
    • Warranty Deed, 1909

    • Business & finance; Land; Land tenure
    • Warranty deed for land about seven miles from the town of San Augustine. The amount of $844.00 paid in cash to John Fitzgerald and his wife by Eucius Teel.
    • Warranty Deed, 1923

    • Business & finance; Land;
    • Warranty deed for land five miles west of the town of San Augustine for the amount of $37.50 paid to T.W. Lilliard by L.P. Teel
    • Petition to return slaves

    • Petitions; Slaves;
    • Amos Riley vs. Harrison E. Watson to return slaves. Amos Riley is petitioning to get his wife, Louisiana Hamilton/Harrison and children. George Teel had possession of one child, Westley in San Augustine.
    • Sale of slave, 1835

    • Slave trade; Contract negotiations; Business & finance
    • Sale of Slave, known by the name of Marge, between William Caldwell of Arkansas and William Teel of Texas for one dollar with one equal undivided half of her children.
    • Land document, 1833

    • Business & finance; Land;
    • A land document signed by Mary Taylor, George Teel and others on March 26, 1833. The document was filed on September 17, 1839. The fees were $3.00.

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