The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 23, July 1919 - April, 1920

The Southwestern Historical Quarterly

MINUTES OF THE AYUNTAMIENTO OF SAN FELIPE
DE AUSTIN, 1828-1832
IX
EDITED BY EUGENE C. BARKER
[p. 81] List of the Individuals who were voted for Sindico
procurador at the Municipal election held on the 12 and 13 of
the present month in conformity with the 164th Article of the
Constitution and 97th and 100th articles of Law 37
Robert M. Williamson reed. ................. 250 votes
Stephen Richardson " .................... 56 "
William Robinson " ................ 2 "
Isaac M. Pennington " ................ 1 "
Town of Austin 19th Deer 1830
Thos. Barnett
John W. Moore Jesse Grimes
Saml Peniston John Huff
Thos. H. Mays Martin Allen
C. B. Stewart Thos. Cayce
J. D. Morris
In continuation, and in the same town place day and month
and year the Ayuntamto. proceeded in conformity with the re-
quisites of the 158th Article of the Constitution and 106th Article
of Law No. 37 and in presence of the same members and other
presidents tellers and Secretaries of the Municipal electoral as-
semblies and in presence of the lists formed the three general lists
of the persons who were voted for Comisarios and sindicos of
precinct and in conformity therewith the president declared con-
stitutionally elected Comisario of the precinct of San Jacinto
Citizen Samuel C. Hirams and for sindico of the same precinct
Citizen Samuel C. Bundick having recd the majority of votes,
and citizen Francis Holland as Comisario and Citizen Jesse Grimes
for sindico of the precinct of Viesca, having recd the majority
of votes, and Citizen William Barton as Comisario y Citizen
Thomas H. Mays as sindico of the precinct of Bastrop having recd
the majority of votes and Lawrence Ramey as Comisario and citi-

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