The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 24, July 1920 - April, 1921 Page: 168
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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Mrs. Jessie Briscoe Howe, daughter of Captain Andrew Briscoe,
a San Jacinto veteran, died at the home of her son in Houston,
July 9, 1920. The Post of July 11 contains a brief sketch of her
Colonel William Lewis Moody, banker and cotton factor of
Galveston, died in that city, July 17, 1920. Colonel Moody was
a life member of the Texas State Historical Association.
Judge Harris Masterson, a prominent lawyer of Houston, died
in that city, July 29, 1920.
J. M. Polk, Company I, Fourth Texas Infantry, died at the
Confederate Home, Austin, August 15, 1920. In 1907 Mr. Polk
published a pamphlet, entitled Memories of the Lost Cause and
Ten Years in South America. Several editions of this pamphlet
with variations in the title, have been published.
Branch T. Masterson, formerly a prominent member of the
Galveston bar, died at Denver, Colorado, August 16, 1920.
Chester H. Terrell, speaker of the House of Representatives of
the 33d Legislature, died at his home in San Antonio, September
Judge James L. Autry, a prominent lawyer of Houston, died
in that city, September 29, 1920. His grandfather perished in
the Alamno. Judge Autry was a life member of the Texas State
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