2 edition of Stephen F. Austin"s Register of families found in the catalog.
Stephen F. Austin"s Register of families
Stephen F. Austin
|Other titles||Register of families.|
|Statement||edited by Villamae Williams.|
|LC Classifications||F385 .A895 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||84231199|
This is an in depth article on the generous donation of $25, by the Texas Society, Daughters of the American Revolution (TSDAR) for the conservation of Stephen F. Austin’s Registro, or Register of the Old , and several other related land grant documents from the . Stephen F. Austin led the Old Familes into Texas after the death of his father Moses Austin in Stephen Fuller Austin was born in Austinville, Wythe county, Virginia, on November 3, , the son of Moses Austin, a native of Durham, Connecticut.
Stephen F. Austin’s father, Moses Austin, had moved to Texas and was attempting to establish an American Colony there. When Moses Austin died in , Stephen took over his father’s Texas Colony located on the present site of Austin, the capital of Texas, so named to honor this family. He was instrumental in preparing for Texas independence. Stephen F. Austin State University Official Bookstore ; Contact Us; STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY; North Street Nacogdoches, TX ; STORE HOURS; Mon 10am-2pm Tue 10am-2pm Wed 10am-2pm Thu 10am-2pm Fri 10am-2pm Sat .
Felipe de Austin, another a short distance below, and the third across the river immediately opposite the town. There were three hundred and seven titles issued; nine families received two titles each, which leaves, not including Stephen F. Austin, two hundred and ninety-seven as the actual number of families introduced under this contract. Stephen F. Austin, Plan for the Organization of Congress for the Empire of Mexico, April 8, Page 1. At the time that Stephen F. Austin was beginning to bring colonists to Texas, Mexico was in the final throes of its war of independence from Spain.
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Stephen F. Austin Register of Families, Book 1, Page Just like his father, Owen Shannon (above); Jacob Shannon is listed as a "Labrador" which is Spanish for "Farmer" in Stephen F. Austin's Register of Families. He was not the owner of a trading post.
Jacob Shannon's place of origin is shown as Arkansas and the date he arrived is shown as. Stephen F. Austin's Register of Families Hardcover – January 1, by Stephen F.
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When Stephen F. Austin began settling his colony in Texas inhe created a series of land and immigration documents that are part of the General Land Office. It is these documents that form this book. They include list of land owners, their families and other information of.
Introduction to This Book; Acknowledgements; Contents to This Book; Map of Texas; Preface; Important Events; Place Names, Land Terms and Measures; Note from S.
Austin; Register of Families, Volume 1; Register of Families, Volume 2; Remembrances; Index to This Book. Stephen F. Austin's Register of Families, from the Originals in the General Land Office, Austin, Texas book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community Reviews: 1. Stephen F. Austin's Register of families: from the originals in the General Land Office, Austin, TexasV. Williams, Distributed by Ingmire Publications, Distributed by Ericson Books in EnglishPages: Stephen Austin was the first and most successful of the Empresarios, and he began granting land to settlers in Under the terms of a new colonization law of MaEmpresarios had to record data on every settler, and this included the name, marital and family status, place of birth or last residence, and occupation.
— Stephen F. Austin's Register of Families, Book 2 Bythe population of the Lake Creek Settlement had become large enough to support a trading post. William W. Shepperd, originally from North Carolina and a brother of United States Congressman, Augustine Henry Shepperd, purchased acres of land on the John Corner League near the.
Stephen F. Austin's Register of Families: From the Originals in the General Land Office, Austin, Texas Stephen Fuller Austin Genealogical Publishing Company, - Reference - pages.
InStephen F. Austin created an administrative record of these early land grants. This handwritten book is called the Registro, and a digital copy of it is kept at San Felipe de Austin (the original is held in the collection of the Texas General Land Office in Austin).
After noticing the benches, many guests inquire about the Old and. Austin's Colony was the first and largest Anglo-American settlement in Mexican Texas and was established by Stephen F. Austin in The Records include contracts, land titles, surveyor's field notes, correspondence, registers, and plats of surveys created as a result of the process by which settlers were admitted to the colony and given title to land.
Get this from a library. Stephen F. Austin's register of families: from the originals in the General Land Office, Austin, Texas. [Stephen F Austin; Villamae Williams] -- "The Register is a legacy of the formal, thorough Mexican colonization system.
Article J of the State of Coahuila and Texas dated Marequired that 'any foreigner, already in the. Stephen F. Austin (November 3, –Decem ) was a lawyer, settler, and administrator who played a key role in the secession of Texas from brought hundreds of U.S.
families into Texas on behalf of the Mexican government, which. Stephen F. Austin was born in the mining region of southwestern Virginia (Wythe County) in what is known as Austinville today, some miles ( km) southwest of Richmond, Virginia.
He was the second child of Mary Brown Austin and Moses Austin; the first, Eliza, lived only one June 8,when Stephen was four years old, his family moved west to the lead-mining region of present. Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources.
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Austin's Register of families: from the originals in the General Land Office, Austin, Texas. [Stephen F Austin; Villamae Williams]. OLD THREE name Old Three Hundred is sometimes used to refer to the settlers who received land grants in Stephen F. Austin's first colony.
In January Austin's father, Moses Austin, had received a permit from the Spanish to settle families in Texas, but he died in Missouri a short time later before he could realize his plans. Stephen F.
Austin took his father's place and. Stephen F. Austin, the "Father of Texas," has long been enshrined in the public imagination as an authentic American hero, but one who was colorless and rather remote. This book, the first major biography in more than seventy years, brings Austin's private life, motives, personality, and character into sharp focus, revealing a driven man who successfully mixed effort and cunning, idealism and 4/5(1).Known to locals as “The Stephen F.”, the InterContinental Stephen F.
Austin is adorned in a classic style while featuring all the modern amenities and services needed to enjoy a relaxing getaway in Austin. A painting of the hotel’s namesake, Stephen F. Austin, hangs in the lobby’s sitting area, while modern plush gold furnishings give a subtle nod to the hotel’s historic elegance.The family tree for Stephen Austin is still in the early stages of research.
The family tree listed here should not be considered exhaustive or authoritative. Oftentimes the family trees listed as still in progress have derived from research into famous people who have a kinship to this person.