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MEMBERS OF CONGRESS;
SENATORS
1st Congress: Oct. 6, 1837: Francisco Ruiz
2nd Congress: Dec. 5, 1837: Juan Nepomuceno Seguin
Note: Seguin was duly elected after Thomas J. Green failed to assume the seat.
3rd Congress: Nov. 13, 1838: Juan Nepomuceno Seguin
4th Congress: Nov. 18, 1839: Juan Nepomuceno Seguin
5th Congress: Nov. 10, 1840: William Henry Daingerfield
6th Congress: Nov. 10, 1841: William Henry Daingerfield
Note: Daingerfield resigned to February 5, 1842 to become Secretary of State. On
same day, Ludovic Colquohoun was elected to fill term.
7th Congress: Nov. 14, 1842: John W. Smith
8th Congress: December 20, 1843: John W. Smith
9th Congress: Dec. 5, 1844: John W. Smith
Note: Smith died Jan. 13, 1845. Samuel H. Luckie was elected Senator of Bexar on
Feb. 1, 1845.

REPRESENTATIVES:
1st Congress:
2nd Congress:
3rd Congress:
4th Congress:
5th Congress:
6th Congress:
7th Congress:

May 1 -June 13, 1837
Thomas Jefferson Green
Sept. 25, 1837 - May 24, 1838
Joseph Baker
William Hester Patton
Nov. 6, 1838 - Jan. 24, 1839
Jose Antonio Navarro
Cornelius VanNess
Nov. 11, 1839 - Feb. 5, 1840
Nathaniel Lewis
Cornelius Van Ness
Nov. 2, 1840 - Feb. 5, 1841
George W. Blow
Cornelius Van Ness
Nov. 1, 1841 - July 23, 1842
Samuel H. Luckie
John D. Morris
Nov. 14, 1842-Jan. 16, 1843
Rafael Calixto de la Garza
Samuel Augustus Maverick

Note: At this time he was a prisoner in Mexico having been taken during the September
1842 raid of San Antonio by Gen. Woll.)
8th Congress: Dec. 4, 1838 - Sept. 5, 1844
Samuel August Maverick (returned to take seat)
Franklin Lafitte Paschal (a. k. a. Francis Paschal
9th Congress: Dec. 2, 1844 - June 28, 1845
Hugh McLeod
Duncan Campbell Ogden

CORONER:
H. Bissel
J.A. Crus
William Hewett
Manuel Perez
Franklin L. Paschal

Dec. 6, 1837 (called "Medical Censor")
Oct. 11, 1839 (a.k.a. Jose Antonio Cruz Arocha)
Feb. 4, 1839
Feb. 1, 1841
Feb. 1, 1841

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Texas State Genealogical Society. Stirpes, Volume 34, Number 1, March 1994. San Antonio, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth39868/. Accessed October 21, 2014.