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Scope and Contents Joel Birdwell family land documents from Nacogdoches and Rusk Counties.
Scope and Contents The collection contains four original land deeds (1849-1851) and copies of two other land documents. There are also several biographical and genealogical materials, including a typescript of an account by Jesse H. Muckleroy (son of David) tracing the family's move from Tennessee to Texas and the establishment of their farm near Nacogdoches.
Scope and Contents This collection includes personal correspondence between Nona Gutzeit and Mrs. Frank G. Trau, both members of the Daughters of American Colonists National Society, which provides a brief genealogical outline of the Gutzeit family. The collection includes legal documents relating to the property of F. A. Gutzeit in Medina County and Bexar County, Texas. Also included are the death certificate of F. A. Gutzeit's sister, Marguerite Clemence Phillipps, and a warranty deed for property willed to his...
Scope and Contents Record of acknowledgments taken by Ingraham, notary public of Nacogdoches County. Shows number, kind and date of instrument, description and location of land, name of original grantee, name and residence of grantor and similar information.
Scope and Contents The deed conveys four-fifths ownership from Green B. Hardwick to James Cook and Joseph S. Able for one half-league of the Peter Ellis Bean grant in Cherokee County, one league of the Jose Maria Mora grant, one half-league from the Isaac Barnett headright in Anderson County, and 12 slaves.
Arrangement Arranged in 5 boxes and 1 bundle consisting of 800 total items.
Scope and Contents The Henry Brewer Family Papers consist of business, personal, Civil War and Reconstruction correspondence; land grant and title papers; deeds, field notes, and plats; accounts, promissory notes, receipts; testimonials; Baptist Church session minutes and other publications; Brewer Family Bible [too fragile to handle]; and genealogical materials.
Scope and Contents This collection has the family bibles of John and Elvira McClean Holdeman and Alma Florence McCasland Holdeman as well as photocopies of Republic of Texas land documents and Confederate military service records of the Nacogdoches family.
Scope and Contents The Hugh Byar Collection is composed of twenty-four Nacogdoches County, Texas deeds spanning the years 1847-1901.
- Subject: Land titles X