The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 15, July 1911 - April, 1912 Page: 266

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NOTES AND FRAGMIENTS
Mr. Jesse Sunipter (lied at Eagle Pass on November 20, 1910.
HIe was born February 21, 1827, in Owen county, Indiana, but
for more than sixty years was a resident of Eagle Pass, where lie
was inspector of customs.
Philip Lindslcy, an attorney and distinguisllc(i citizen of Dal-
las, died at ]lis home l)eccmher 4, 1911. .1Jud,,e luinslev reciovcd
from Nashville to Dallas in 1875. After practicing law for twelve
years he became an investment banker and real estate broker. -Te
was a writer of rare wit and the choicest diction, and contributed
many articles to periodical literature. His The Hum, or of the
Courl Room appeared in booklet form (l)allas, 1899).
littleton W. Moore, J judge of the Twenty-second Judicial Dis-
trict, died at his home in La Grange, October 30, 1911. Judge
Moore was born March 25, 1835, in Alabama, , as reared and edu-
cated in Mississippi, and came to Texas in 1857. He served in
the Confederate army through the war, was a delegate to the con-
stitutional convention of 1875, and was three times elected to
Congress-1886-1 892.
Portraits of the late Judges Ilans Toichmueller and IAttleton
W. Moore have been placed in the courthouse at La Grange.
A Confederate monument was unveiled at Kaufman, November
23, by the Judah P. Benjamin Camp, UT. D. C.
Designs were approved on December 7, 1911, -for the monu-
ments to be erected by the State over the graves of Mrs. Eliza-
beth Crockett and Governor George T. Wood. The monument
over the grave of Mlrs. Crockett is to be in Italian marble and to
represent the pioneer woman. The monument over the grave of
former G(overnor Wood is to be a marble slab and is to show on
one side a mnap of Texas in relief.

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