The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 23, July 1919 - April, 1920 Page: 75
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Minutes of the Ayuntamiento of San Felipe de Austin 75
The Ayunto. [p. 65] adjourned until tomorrow morning 10
o'clock. 7th Decemr pursuant to the adjournment of yesterday
the ayuntamto. met. present the same members as noted in the
meeting of yesterday.
Several petitions were then presented to the body by the sin-
dico procurador and were severally read, and the subjects dis-
cussed in the following order.
A petition from Ira Ingram praying that the title for out lot
No. 36 purchased by him: be made to C. H. Vandeveer, admitted
and ordered to be filed.
A petition from R. M. Williamston praying that the title to
lots Nos. 144, 143 be made to Saml Townsend admitted and or-
dered to be filed.
A petition from Robert Peebles praying that the title may issue
to him for out lots Nos. 43, 44, 46. purchased by him admitted
and prayer granted.
A petition from James Hope praying that the title may issue
to him for out lots Nos. 41, 42. prayer granted.
A petition from Eliza Gazley praying that the title for lots
Nos. 4, 5, 6, 138 and 149 be made to her husband T. J. Gazley-
admitted and prayer granted title to be issued if improved.
A petition from T. J. Gazley praying that the title for lots
numbers 4. 5. 6 138. 139 be made to Phinneas Jones & Co.
prayer admitted and the title ordered to be issued as soon as the
lots are properly improved.
A petition from Winm. H. Jack praying that the title may issue
to him for lot No. 38 prayer granted.
A petition from W. H. Jack praying that the title for lot No.
[blank] may issue.
[p. 66] A petition from John F. Pettus praying that a title
may issue to him for out lots numbers [blank] admitted, prayer
granted, and the title ordered to be made and issued.
The Ayuntamto. then ordered that all lots purchased by indi-
viduals whose payment was due on the 15th Novembr. last and
3d of the present month, and which payments are not made, shall
on the 31st day of this month be put up and sold to the highest
bidder for on account of the former purchasers, holding the sd
purchasers responsible to the Ayuntamto. for all amounts under
the original amounts of purchase money for which said lots may
be sold on that day further ordered by the Ayunto. that the prest.
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