The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 32, July 1928 - April, 1929 Page: 88
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88 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Flores decd arrived late at the House. rained hard head ache,
went to bed without supper
Tuesday the 25th Cloudy- sick all night Swore in John Reid.
,J. noblett & N. Wade as Commrs and . .. [blank] Ham as
Surveyor. Started them off, to survey the whole tract of Land
previous to our commencing the repartition of Land, was too sick
to go with them, passed a disagreable day at the House.
Wednesday the 26th rain all night rains still this morning-
feel a little better. at 9 A. M. left for home, to return next fryday,
arrived home at One P. M. A. H. Scott in Town, made me a
present of a Sword
Thursday the 27th fine weather, Mr George Allen and his
wife in Town, Mr Brown a Lawyer from galvezton & Mr Raglin
from Austin, settled up with Ferriss Montgomery, got a note on
J. H. Wilson for $52.10 payable one day after date dated 25th
inst promised to pay Montgomery $12.00 out of it, when col-
lected, rented the garden opposide Whitlesey's to said Whitlesey
for $12.00 to be at my disposal whenever I want it, (the garden)
rented the Bakers's House to Robert F. Millard at $12.50 pr
month, with the understanding that I can take and make use of
the Frame House in the yard any time I please, but as long as I
do not want it, to be at the disposition of said Millard; sold to
Thomas H. Rodgers 400 acres of Land out of the Loco Tract for
$600.00 payable half 1st March 1842 & half 1st January 1843 got
two notes to that effect, said 400 Acres are to be taken out of the
North East Corner in a Square, but not to cross the Loco to the
west, gave Rodgers my Bond to make him a bona fide Title for the
Land after Payments are all made, mail from East arrived, no
Fryday the 28th Cloudy weather- Started back again to
Flores's found they had not finished the running of the Leagues,
will finish to morrow if weather permits- the division will take
place on Wednesday the 16th June next, made a Contract with
Maria del Carmel Mora, Maximilian, and Theresa Mora, to have
their Share of said tract laid off (they being heirs of Cleta Flores)
I am to have the Land separated for them, for which I am to re-
ceive one third part, which will be 504 acres. gave in Mrs Mora's
Tax- on this day as follows . . . [blank]
Saturday the 29th May left Flores's after Breakfast cloudy.
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