|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|
The first settlers of Jasper County, Texas. [Gifford E White; Texas. General Land Office.; Texas State Library. Archives Division.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Ericson Books\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 wdrs. Written by Mrs. Charles Martin MORE EARLY JASPER COUNTY HOMES Hardy Pace, who came to Bevil's Settlement in with his stepfather, Thomas Watts, built two houses, both of which have survived the perils of wind, fire, and progress. The first of these houses was built sometime between , when he married Mahala Isaacks, and Buy The first settlers of Jasper County, Texas: From the originals in the General Land Office and the Texas State Archives, Austin, Texas by Gifford E White (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gifford E White. Buy The first settlers of Jasper County, Texas by Gifford E White (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gifford E White.
Early Settlers of Jasper County The First to Arrive. 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 "about thirty families" had grown to about one-hundred and forty. 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 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 2, Number 2, June , who accumulated the information from the 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 River near the site of present Jasper. LIFE IN JASPER COUNTY BETWEEN by Robert H. Jeffries of La Grange, 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 Wilkes 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 , 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 Settlers 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. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "History of the early settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois: "centennial record"".