Stirpes, Volume 34, Number 1, March 1994

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Samuel Ellison
James Dunn

Sept. 6, 1841
Jan. 1, 1844

NOTARY PUBLIC
William Henry Daingerfield Jan. 1, 1839
Note: Appointed Charge d'affaires to France Feb. 18, 1841
J.H. Winchell Nov. 29, 1839
John W. Smith June 11, 1841
Thomas H. 0 Addicks Feb. 3, 1845
SURVEYOR - County & Bexar Land District
R.C. Trimble Dec. 20, 1837
William Lindsey 1838
John Coffee Hays Sept. 7, 1840
John Coffee Hays Sept. 2, 1844

COUNTY CLERK:
John W. Smith May 1, 1837
Thomas H.O. Addicks Feb. 1, 1841
Note: No elections held due to 1842 Raid
Thomas H.O. Addicks Feb. 3, 1845
DISTRICT CLERK
Manuel Perez May 1, 1837
John Black Feb. 1, 1841
James L. Truehart Mar. 4, 1841
Note: No elections held due to 1842 raid
Rafael C. de la Garza Feb. 3, 1845

(not cited)
Feb. 20, 1841
Mar. 10, 1845
(not cited)
Feb. 20, 1841
Mar. 18, 1841
Mar. 10, 1845

LAND BOARD/COMMISSION
Dec. 20, 1837
President: David Murphee
Member: John S. Simpson
Member: J. McCready
Clerk: William P. Delmour
Surveyor: R.C. Trimble
1838-1839:
President: Juan Antonio Zambrano
Member: John S. Simpson
Member: Hamilton Hall
Clerk: John P. Cockville
Surveyor: William Lindsey
Jan. 30, 1840: THIS BOARD WAS APPOINTED TO INVESTIGATE REPORTED
FRAUDULENT CLAIMS IN THE BEXAR LAND DISTRICT
Commissioner: Jose Antonio Navarro
Commissioner: Edward Dwyer
Commissioner: George W. Blow
Clerk:
Surveyor: William Lindsey
John Coffee Hays as of Sept. 7, 1840
CONSTABLES APPOINTED MAY 1, 1837
Pct. 1: Francisco Granado

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