The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 545
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22 I Stopt With Mr Carr having ben denided twice before
23 With Smith 6 Miles travled
24 I Crosed the Colerado R at lagrange Stopted With
25th I got to Hodge S five Miles from round Top Fayett Co
Wm and Marry Snedaker
26 I pased through Union Hill and long point Stopted
with Mr Stamp after having turned off 2
27 Stopted With a Cantuckian bout 11 Clock Peaches and
28 I Stopt With a texian there I was treated Well
29 I passed through Washington Crosed Over the Brazas
R feried it Stopted With Mr perce had preached
for 40 Years
30 I Got to Old Bobby rays in Grimes Co. Anderson Town
After having traveled More than loo M Here I found
Elds J Ostler
Wm E Moody
J M Moody
8 [Sept.] Wm and My Self Left for Ellis Co.
9 Stopt at an Old Batch in Anderson
1o With Bro Rooker Harison Co [Madison County?]
11 With St. John in Leon Co
12 laid out alone
13 E. R. Smith Lime Stone Co
14 with a waggoner
15 landlookers Homesick as I Ever See
16 Dick [?] Hills
Nephew & Weatherspoon
Here Was io Acers of Peaches
17 Acompeyned by Wether Spoon 4 M Hunter Baptis
Evening Hambright Methodis Frost Justis of Pece
Stopt at Baker Albright
18 Brother Whitmore
20 Martin waggoner Came there Emmeline They Stopt
22 Martin left for Waco
26 I Started from Bro Whitmores at 2 Oclock for the North
Gave My Note for 50$ at to pur ct intrest
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