The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 22, July 1918 - April, 1919 Page: 204
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204 The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Samuel M. Williams, nephew of Samuel M. Williams, secretary
of Austin's Colony, died at Houston, July 17, 1918. A sketch of
his life and a bit of family history was printed in the Houston
Post of July 18.
Carlos Hernandez, author and prominent official in the State of
Durango, died at San Antonio, July 24, 1918. The San Antonio
Express of July 23 and 25 contains a list of his important works
and a brief sketch of his life.
Sinclair Moreland, author of the Noblest Roman, and editor of
Texas Women's Hall of Fame, and of Governors' Messages, 1874-
1891, died at Norman, Oklahoma, October 5, 1918. Mr. Moreland
was Y. M. C. A. secretary at the time of his death.
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