The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 9, July 1905 - April, 1906 Page: 281
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I likewise enclose you Seven letters, which you will please take the
utmost care of (as they are of great importance to me) and, de-
posite them in the post office immediately on your arrival -at N
Orleans Our mutual friend Mr. Potter will give you all the polit-
ical news-wishing you a speedy and pleasant passage
Isaac Domingo Marks
Lewis Ayers Oct. 6-1798
Rebecca Osborn Jan. 6, 1804.
Oharles Augustus Sept. 12-1825
Mary Elizabeth 27th Aug. 1827
Helen Louisa 12 Nov. 1829.
Cornelia Maria 16 Jan. 1832
Charlotte Sophia 8 do 1834.
Delia Caroline 16 May 1836
Lewis Henry 24 Dec. 1837
L. A. & R. O. was married Nov. 2 1824 at Geneva, N. Y. by the
Rev. Mr. Axtell.
[On the first second and third pages is written the following] :
I, the undersigned do here by testify that I have baptized accord-
ing to the rite 'of the Catholic Church the following children the
legitamate offspring of Lewis Ayers and Rebecca Osborn his lawful
wife, viz. Mary Elizabeth aged 8 years last Aug, sponsors, Patrick
Faddin and Mary H-aley. Helen Louisa, aged 6 yrs. the 12th of
Nov. last, sponsors, Raymond Cabassas and Mary O'Boyle. Cor-
nelia Maria, aged 4 yrs. the 16th of Jan. last, sponsors Don An-
tonio Cabassas and Maria Petra, his wife. Charlotte Sophia aged
2 yrs. the 8th of Jan. last, sponsors John Cabassas and Elizabeth
Mary Ann McGloin. Delia Caroline, born of the 16th inst. spon-
sors Don Lucian Cabassas and Rose Relelia. In testimony of which
I have herewith subscribed my name this 24 day of May 1836,
Jas. Keily, P.
Charles Augustus died June 22 1826
Mary Elizabeth died Oct. 7-1836
Charlotte Sophia died Oct. 19-1836
Delia Caroline died Oct. 26-1836
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