The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 59, July 1955 - April, 1956 Page: 544
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
errors of fact creep into the text, as for example in the statement
that the Fredonian Rebellion took place in 1825.
CHESTER V. KIELMAN
Researchers in Texas genealogy who bemoan the all-too-prev-
alent destruction of family papers will find consolation and per-
haps inspiration in a neat, concise volume recently published by
the Naylor Company.
Samuel Stone and his Wife Mary Ann Chunn is the genealog-
ical record of the Stone and Chunn families compiled by Dolly
M. Stone, a granddaughter of these Texas pioneers.
Included in the work is a short historical essay on the life of
Samuel Stone in Texas, settler in the Republic, Perote prisoner,
ferry operator, and one among the Forty-niners who found gold
in California but who returned to Austin for his remaining years.
A similar volume for each of the prominent early families
would contribute substantially to the preservation of Texas' her-
itage. This little volume points the way.
Arlington State College
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