2 edition of first settlers of Jasper County, Texas found in the catalog.
first settlers of Jasper County, Texas
Gifford E. White
|Statement||by Gifford White ; from the originals in the General Land Office and the Texas State Archives, Austin, Texas.|
|LC Classifications||F392.J27 W45 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||84211050|
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Written by Mrs. Charles Martin MORE EARLY JASPER COUNTY HOMES Hardy Pace, who came to Bevil's Settlement in with Texas book stepfather, Thomas Watts, first settlers of Jasper County two houses, both of which have survived the perils of wind, fire, and progress.
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Written by Mrs. Charles Martin Kirbyville Banner, Kirbyville, Texas Wednesday Novem After immigration to Bevil's Settlement increased. No flood of new settlers poured in but a steady trickle continued to that with five years the Texas book thirty families" had grown to about one-hundred and forty.
One of the earliest white settlers was John First settlers of Jasper County. Bevil, who moved to Texas before and received a first-class land grant on the Angelina River near the site of present Jasper.
Bevil's settlement became known as Bevilport and was an important river-navigation point from until "Stirpes", Volume Texas book, Number 2, Junewho accumulated the information from the first settlers of Jasper County Clerks of each county, as well as the Texas Almanac,Dallas, Tex.: A.H.
Belo corp. ] One of the earliest white settlers was John R. Bevil, who moved to Texas before and received a first-class land grant on the Angelina First settlers of Jasper County near the site of present Texas book.
LIFE IN JASPER COUNTY BETWEEN by Robert H. Jeffries of La First settlers of Jasper County, Georgia ([email protected]) The earliest known settlers of the Eudora-Prospect-Rocky Creek area of Jasper County, lived there as early as the late 's.
Many of the settlers moved there from Greene and First settlers of Jasper County County, even before there was a Jasper County.
First Settlers of the Republic of Texas - Volume 1 Carolyn R. Ericson and Frances T. Ingmire Pages, "x11", Perfect Bound, Full Name Index, - reprinted Texas book, Reprint, New Condition This is a volume of the headright land grants which were reported as genuine and legal by the traveling commissioners in January The First years, a pictorial history of Jasper County, Texas Family History Library Kirbyville Histories and Genealogies The first to arrive: early settlers in.
Some of these headright grants have been published in First Texas book of the Republic of Texas: Headright Land Grants,2 vols.,Reprint.
Nacogdoches, Texas: Carolyn R. Ericson, —. FHL book R2er. This includes the class grants. The Portal to Texas History has a large collection of Texas General Land Office Historic.
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Full text of "History of the early settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois: "centennial record"". BEVIL'S SETTLEMENT. Bevil's Settlement was a loosely defined community of pre-Republic of Texas settlers who settled between the Neches and Sabine rivers on land that was eventually organized as Jasper and Newton counties.
The settlement was named for John Bevil, who moved there before Many early records of Newton County were destroyed when the courthouse burned during the Civil War. The Census, the land survey and land entry records from to provide the most reliable recorded history.
They indicate that settlers began to make homes here as early as 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.
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In addition to researching his own family history, Texas native Gifford E. White () compiled and edited a number of publications that became standard sources for genealogists and others researching early Texas.
In all, he compiled and published over thirty works, including White family genealogies, compilations of Texas land grants and other source data, and records of the early.
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settlers. In the later s, early settlers from around the Trinity and Neches Rivers joined with other colonists to form the Municipality of Atascocita which included the land making up the current counties of Chambers, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Newton, Orange, Polk, San Jacinto, and Size: 3MB.
Jasper County was named after Revolutionary War hero, Sergeant William Jasper (ca). The county was formed in from parts of Beaufort and Hampton counties, and the county seat is Ridgeland.
This area of the state was the home of the Yemassee. EARLY SETTLERS OF JASPER COUNTY THE FIRST TO ARRIVE BY MRS. CHARLES MARTIN Kirbyville Banner, Kirbyville, TexasWednes The second son, John T. Lewis, was a second lieutenant in his brother's cavalry company during the Siege at Bexar.
His grant of land is east of Kirbyville in Newton County. A pink granite marker and bronze plaque listing some of the first settlers of Bosque County was placed in Pool Park in by the Pioneers of Bosque County to honor those early Bosque pioneers.
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an immigrant arrived in Texas. FIRST CLASS HEADRIGHTS. Settlers who had: arrived prior to the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence on March 2,and had not yet received a land grant from Mexico were entitled to a First Class Headright.
Heads of families were eligible for one league and one labor of land (4, acres) and. Sterling County is a county located on the Edwards Plateau in the U.S. state of of the census, its population was 1, making it the ninth-least populous county in Texas.
Its county seat is Sterling City. The county is named for W. Sterling, an early settler in the area. Sterling County was one of 30 prohibition, or entirely dry, counties in the state of Texas, but is now a Congressional district: 11th. Parmer died in Jasper County, Texas on Texas Independence Day March 2, His body was re-interred in the Texas State Cemetery in at the time of the Texas Centennial.
He was buried some thirty feet away from the grave of Stephen F. Austin who had so vigorously opposed Parmer's early attempt to declare Texas independent of Mexico during. Mississippi Land Records. U.S., Bureau of Land Management Tract Books, 3, land management tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range.
These books indicate who obtained the land, and include a physical description of. Jasper is a city in Jasper County, Texas, on U.S. highways 96 andState High and Sandy Creek in north central Jasper County.
The population was 8, at the census ( estimate-7,). It is the county seat of Jasper County and is situated in East Texas, specifically the Deep East Texas subregion. Morse Cemetery. Jasper Co. Cemeteries of TX Submitted by Monica Petty & Karen Gilchriest Morse Cemetery is located east of Buna in the Gum Slough Community, Jasper County, Texas.
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