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Genealogy of early Texas families, from when Moses Austin brought the first families for settling Texas. Included are the southern parts of San Augustine and Sabine Counties, and all of Newton, Jasper, Tyler, and Polk, Liberty, Chambers, Hardin, Orange, and Jefferson Counties.
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Book Description Nortex, 1978. Hardcover. Condition: New. No Jacket. 1st Edition. #1428 - "More Early Southeast Texas Families: by Madeleine Martin. 1978 1st ed. 1st prtg. Book is in New condition, clean and tight pages. No jacket. Near rare - small press prtg. Starts before the colonial period when Moses Austin was authorized to introduce his first 300 families for settling Texas until March 2, 1936 when Texas declared herself independent of Mexican rule. Area included embraces the area abounded on the north by El Camino Real from Gaines Ferry to Ayish Bayou and then to a southwesterly direction to the Trinity River; on the south bounded by the Gulf of Mexico, on the east Babein Pass, Lake, and River north to Gaines Ferry, and on the west by the Trinity and San Jacinto Rivers. Included are the southern parts of San Augustine and Sabine Counties, and all of Newton, Jasper, Tyler, and Polk, Liberty, Chambers, Hardin, Orange, and Jefferson Counties. Notes and Index by last names are found in back. Great tool for researching the above described area. The narratives rarely carry a family beyond the third generation and chapters are arranged chronologically. Seller Inventory # 001428