Old Settler's Association of Grayson County, Vol. 1. Page: 92 of 322 (Transcription)

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Second Day Aug [abbr: August] 29th 1890

Speech by Mayor Brown. Gov [abbr: Govenor] Throckmorton failing to appear.

Mr C. S. Potter- made a nice talk upon invitation of the Committee.
Rev. [abbr: Reverend] Cole also addressed the audience for about 20 minutes.

After dinner the association met to transact the business.

Election of Officers being in order.

J. D. Woods was elected President by acclamation.
W. W. Wheat was elected vice president by acclamation.
J P Loving was elected Secretary by acclamation.

Will Holt was elected marshall by acclamation with power to approve as many assistants as may want.

Executive Committee
Horace Sea
H N Tuck
R S Bullock
E Rudasill
Maj [abbr: Major] Wm [abbr: William] Sivy
J. P. Loving Secty added to Com.
Sherman was selected as the meeting for 1891- to the place to be selected by the executive Com.

Resolution of thanks was voted Mr. Batsell for the manner in which the old settlers had been provided for - also a vote of thanks to J D Woods President - valedictory by Rev. [abbr: Reverend] Cole of Georgetown.

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