Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 3, Number 3, September, 1993: Searching Inside

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal February 17, 1838 for one-third league upon demonstrating

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Nelson, John D., single man, granted first class unconditional

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal him by the Matagorda County Board of Land Commissioners on May 10

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal the provisions of the law passed January 4, 1838) Ruhmann, Eduard

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal provisions of the law passed January 4, 1838) Walters, August

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... Johnson, Henry Madison 29 Johnson, Jesse H. 105 Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Johnson, John 64 Johnson

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Sample, Thomas 37 Sandmeyer, Julius 7 Sapp, Mary Ann 29-30 Saustrup

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.... 29 Mead, Hilliard 63 Melor, John V. 103-104, 148 Memorial Oaks Subdivision, additions to Columbus 96

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