2 edition of First settlers of Washington County, Texas found in the catalog.
First settlers of Washington County, Texas
Gifford E. White
|Statement||edited by Gifford White.|
|Contributions||Texas. General Land Office.|
|LC Classifications||F392.W3 W55 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||87116435|
Washington County TX Histories and Genealogies. USA (1,,) > Texas (54,) > Washington County () > Washington County Histories and Genealogies (19). USA (1,,) > Texas (54,) > Texas Histories and Genealogies (2,) > Washington County Histories and Genealogies (19). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found . Nestor Clay (–) was an early settler of Texas and represented Washington County at the conventions of and His son, Tacitus, was an influential businessman in Independence. Their papers include original correspondence and deeds, transcripts of wills, legal documents, biographical information, and family trees of the Clay and.
Washington County Marriages from newspapers Books. Origins of Early Settlers to Washington County. Maps. Map of Washington County. Miscellaneous. Washington Notes by Jeannette Holland Austin Grand Jury Presentments. Traced Genealogies of Washington County Families. Adams Barwick Durden Fisher Harrell Jordan Tennille. Richard L. Byas later moved to Wise County, Texas. From First Settlers of Tarrant County, Texas , Volume I, Weldon I. Hudson, Thomas R. Byus was one of the chainbearers for Rees D. Price survey “on waters of Bear Creek,” acres, 4 February
Home / Book / Early Settlers of Washington County, Tennessee: (pre) Early Settlers of Washington County, Tennessee: (pre) Rated out of 5 based on 1 customer rating (1 customer review) $ That part of Texas settled in the early s known as the Austin Colony was comprised largely of the five present-day counties of Bastrop, Fayette, Grimes, Montgomery, and Washington. This book consists mainly of biographical and genealogical sketches of the pioneers and early settlers .
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For early settlers, Fischer's book is a great place to start searches. She created a comprehensive index to pre Washington County court, land, marriage, probate, and tax records, see: Fischer, Marjorie Hood. Tennesseans before Washington County.
Galveston, Texas: Frontier Press, FHL US/CAN Book N22f. First settlers of Washington County, Texas: from the originals in the General Land Office of Texas, Austin, TexasDistributed by Ingmire Publications, Ericson Books [distributor] in Pages: Get this from a library.
First settlers of Washington County, Texas: from the originals in the General Land Office of Texas, Austin, Texas. [Gifford E White; Texas. General Land Office.]. First settlers of Washington County, Texas by Gifford E.
White,Distributed by Ingmire Publications, Ericson Books [distributor] edition, in English. WASHINGTON COUNTY. Washington County is in the Blackland Prairies region of southeast central Texas.
The center of the county is at 30°14' north latitude and 96°24' west longitude. Brenham, the seat of government, is near the county's center and seventy-five air miles east of Austin.
The county was named for George Washington, the first. Washington County Historical Society 49 East Maiden St. Washington, PA Email: [email protected] Phone: Visit website for hours and services; The Research Library has some tools to help the researcher in the area of Washington County.
Genealogical Society of Southwestern Pennsylvania c/o Citizens Library 55 South College Texas book. History of Washington County: From Its First Settlement to the Present Time: First Under Virginia as Yohogania, Ohio, Or Augusta County Until and Subsequently Under Pennsylvania; with Sketches of All the Townships, Boroughs, and Villages, Etc.: and to which is Added a Full Account of the Celebrated Mason and Dixon's Line, the Whiskey Insurrection, Indian Warfare, Traditional and Local.
A History of Washington County, Maryland: From the Earliest Settlements to the Present Time, Including a History of Hagerstown, Volume 2, Part 1 Thomas John Chew Williams Higginson Book Company, - Hagerstown (Md.) - pages. Washington County, the first county in our nation to be named after General George Washington, was formed in It became the 9th county in Georgia.
The Creek Indians had ceded the vast, unsettled territory the previous year. Revolutionary War soldiers came to Washington County after receiving land grants from the General Assembly.
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Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "History of Washington County: from its first settlement to the present time. The Montgomery County Historical Commission wants to thank Kameron K.
Searle, J.D. for providing his research on Lake Creek Settlement. More of this history can be found in Searle’s book, The Early History of Montgomery County, Texas, (Montgomery, Texas: The City of Montgomery, ).
Yakima County, established inarea 9, square miles; had a population in of about 2, and a valuation of about $1, County seat, Yakima City. Among the settlers of Yakima County was L.
Adkins, who was born in Syracuse, New York, inand came to Honey Lake Valley, California, in An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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15, Views. 3 Favorites. Project Leader: Jan Teinert. Project Description: The Early Settlers of Washington County, Tennessee Project is to document all early settlers of Washington County from to and publish a three volume set of books about these individuals.
Volume 1: (Pre) (image featured right): Contains information on the history and archaeology of the Cherokee in the Watauga and Nolichucky.
In all, approximat early Texas settlers are referenced. Much of the importance of this collection stems from the fact that it covers a period of time before statehood and before federal record-keeping was established.
For example, although the first federal census was not taken in Texas untilhere you’ll find a virtual census. Of the early settlers in this part of the county, as well as the adjoining county of Greene, we desire to speak.
The first settlers were squatters who purchased the land from the native Indians for a gun. trinket, or gewgaw, of whom were John Rutman and Dennis Smith, the former dying at the age of ninety-nine and the. latter at. As land was patented by settlers, meaning title was issued from the sovereign government, more surveys were shown on GLO maps.
Successive versions of these maps reflect those changes. In short, these maps show the development and expansion as settlement progressed throughout each county in Texas. Story of the Casey Clan in Jim Ned Valley and the history of Taylor County, Texas.
Covers the early settlers of Tuscola Valley, and Tuscola. Hardcover Book Titled. A Baker's Dozen - We Were Thirteen - The Caseys of Tuscola, Taylor County, Rating: % positive.
Washington inwhen it was first laid out, was a county of immense area, including what is now Greene, Hancock, Washington, Johnson, Montgomery and a part of Laurens and Oglethorpe, but the account we give now refers merely to that part of the original county which bears the name.
Shop for Books; Earliest Settlers of Montgomery County. Home → History → Earliest Settlers of Montgomery County. Asa Hall came from New York to the Roanoke Valley about He and his brother acquired land on the North Fork of the Roanoke River.
The declaration he made applying for a pension for services in the Revolutionary War. In he moved to Colorado County, where he died when in his seventieth year.
John Fleming Houchins was born in Lavaca County, Texas, inand was the eldest of twelve children born to a W. and Sarah F. (Rees) Houchins, natives of Ohio and Alabama respectively. The father came to Texas at an early date, and now resides in this county.Early Settlers of Washington Countv, Tennessee: (pre) As part of the Early Settlers of Washington County, Tennessee: (pre) book, we are pre-selling our book.
To ensure we are able to cover the cost of publication of our book. Your purchase will help publish the first of this beautiful book series published by the.The first settlers of Houston County, Texas: from the originals in the 1 copy Supplement to Texas ScholasticsSmith and Tarrant Counties 1 copy Texas Scholastics 1 copy.