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This collection consists of materials from the Atkinson and Fall families of Chireno, Texas. The bulk of the materials are land records (deeds, deeds of trust and warranty deeds), but there are also some business receipts, tax receipts, and a poem.
Joel Birdwell family land documents from Nacogdoches and Rusk Counties.
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.
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.
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.
Arranged in 5 boxes and 1 bundle consisting of 800 total items.
The Henry Brewer Family Papers consist of business and family correspondence; land grant and title papers; deeds, field notes, and plats; tax receipts; accounts, promissory notes and receipts; resolutions; Baptist Church session minutes and other publications; the Brewer Family Bible [too fragile to handle]; and genealogical materials.
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.
The Hugh Byar Collection is composed of twenty-four Nacogdoches County, Texas deeds spanning the years 1847-1901.
The bulk of the collection consists of letters between Francis H. Tucker ("Hal") and his wife Elcee Rosina Ingraham Tucker ("Rosa"); and Ingraham family land records and tax statements for property in Angelina and Cherokee counties. There are also a few letters from family, friends, and business associates. Other materials in the collection include telegrams, wedding invitations, and a locket of Rosa Tucker's hair in one of her letters to her husband.
This collection contains copies of deeds and tax receipts for blocks of land in the City of Nacogdoches, Texas.
This collection consists of original deeds and other documents relating to the von der Hoya family in Nacogdoches. One item of interest is a conveyance of property in Nacogdoches from Thomas J. Rusk to Bennett Blake which includes the Red House. The Red House was the Old Spanish Barracks until 1832, and in 1845 it became Nacogdoches University.
Record of acknowledgments taken by Lacey, notary public of Rusk County. Shows transactions regarding land transactions: deeds, powers of attorney, oil and gas leases, and vendor's releases.
The letters concern an incomplete Spanish land document for land in Nacogdoches County.
Legal documents pertaining to Nacogdoches area land transactions make up the bulk of this collection, though there is also some correspondence, an insurance policy for the Swift Bros. livery barn, and a map of land off Bois d'Arc Street.
The collection consists of a marriage license, warranty deed, and middle school report cards from Nacogdoches.
The collection consists of photocopies of documents relating to Nacogdoches County land holdings of the Price and Burrows families. Folder 7 is orginal material.
Cherokee Co. records pertaining to R. A. Ewing: deeds and land papers related to Ironton, heirship affidavits, Ewing family genealogy, information on Boggy Creek and Carey Lake, and an oversize map of north part of the county
- Subject: Land titles X
- Land titles -- Texas -- Nacogdoches 7
- Family records 5
- Land titles 5
- Land titles -- Texas -- Nacogdoches County 5
- Land titles -- Texas, East 5
- Correspondence 3
- Genealogy 2
- Love-letters 2
- Property tax -- Texas -- Nacogdoches 2
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Sources 2
- Art 1
- Bible records -- Texas -- Nacogdoches 1
- Business records 1
- Cherokee County (Tex.) -- Records and correspondence 1
- Consumer goods -- Prices -- Texas -- Nacogdoches 1
- Deeds 1
- Deeds -- Texas -- Nacogdoches 1
- Deeds -- Texas -- Nacogdoches County 1
- Deeds -- Texas -- Rusk County 1
- Families -- Texas, East 1
- Farms -- Texas -- Nacogdoches County 1
- Financial statements 1
- Fredonian Insurrection, 1826-1827 1
- Insurance policies -- Texas -- Nacogdoches 1
- Land grants 1
- Land grants -- Texas -- Nacogdoches 1
- Land settlement -- Texas 1
- Land titles -- Texas -- Rusk County 1
- Legal documents -- Texas, East 1
- Legislators -- Texas 1
- Marriage licenses 1
- Naturalization records 1
- Notaries -- Texas -- Nacogdoches County 1
- Notaries -- Texas -- Rusk County 1
- Oil and gas leases -- Texas -- Rusk County 1
- Passports 1
- Photographs 1
- Report cards 1
- Slave bills of sale -- Texas 1
- Taxation -- Texas -- Nacogdoches 1
- Texas -- History -- Republic, 1836-1846 -- Sources 1
- Texas -- History -- Revolution, 1835-1836 1
- World War, 1914-1918 1 ∧ less
- Nacogdoches University 2
- Brewer, Henry 1
- Confederate States of America. Army 1
- Daughters of the American Colonists 1
- Gray, J. Roy (James) 1