The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 8, July 1904 - April, 1905 Page: 200

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MAP 4.
Plan of the inner town of
Gonzales.
Houses erected before 1831.
Houses erected subsequently.
March 14, 1836, Adam Zumwalt's
kitchen on block 11, lot 5, and An-
drew Ponton's smokehouse on block
13, lot 1, alone remained standing.
Block. Lot.
1 6 G. Hind's residence.
2 1 John Castleman's resi-
dence.
2 Dickinson and Kimble's
hat factory.
3 James Hind's residence
(subsequently Mat-
thew Caldwell's).
3 1 Fort.
3 T. R. Miller's residence
(hatched).
T. R. Miller's store
(blank).
5 House-owner unknown.
6 Stephen Smith's resi-
dence (blank).
Stephen Smith's store
(hatched).
5 1 L. D. Sowell's resi-
dence.
3 James Tumlinson's res-
idence.
6 1 Saddler's shop.
2 J. B. Patrick's resi-
dence.
3 John Sowell's residence.
5 J. B. Patrick's resi-
dence.
9 1 Humphries Branch's re-
sidence (subsequently
Sam Lockhart's).
3 Dr. J. H. C. Miller's
residence.
10 3 J. C. Darst's residence.
11 1 Luna.
3 Turner's hotel.
5 Adam Zumwalt's resi-
dence and kitchen.
12 1 G. TV. Davis's residence
(blank).
Eggleston's store
(hatched).
3 1Eli Mitchell's residence.
13 1 Best's residence and
smoke house (subse-
quently Andrew Pon-
ton's).
2, 3 Mrs. John Brown's res-
idence.
15 1 W. Arrington's resi-
dence.
28 1 Jo Martin's residence.
Outside limits. Jo Martin's gin and
mill.

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