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[Bar Docket and Appearances, Civil and Criminal District Court, Cooke County, 1871-1873]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing a list of appearances in the Civil and Criminal District Courts. The entries list information including the cause numbers, plaintiffs and defendants, dates, and some additional notes.
[Bar Docket, Criminal County Court, Cooke County, 1885-1889]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing criminal county court records. Recorded information includes names of defendants and attorneys, the charges, dates of indictment, and notes on the proceedings of the court.
[Bar Docket, Criminal, County Court, Cooke County, 1889-1893]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing criminal county court records. Recorded information includes names of defendants and attorneys, the charges, dates of indictment, and notes on the proceedings of the court.
[Bar Docket, Criminal County Court, Cooke County, 1893-1897]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing docket information for criminal trials in the county court. Recorded information includes names of parties involved and attorneys, charges filed, date of indictment, and notes on the proceedings of the court.
[Bar Docket Criminal District Court, Cooke County, 1873-1883]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing case criminal court docket information which includes dates, defendants, crimes, and witnesses.
[Check from Levi Perryman to L. B. Hord, November 11, 1914]
Check from Levi Perryman to L.B Hord for $5.50. The check is from the First National Bank in Saint Jo, Texas. The back of the check is endorsed by a L.B Hord and John Hudson. There are also two stamps on the back of the check. One is from First National Bank in Bowie, Texas on November 17, 1914. The other stamp is from Lindsay National Bank in Gainesville, Texas on November 17, 1914.
[Convict Labor Record, Cooke County, 1878-1891]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing a record of convicts that were hired out to do work. Recorded information includes names, dates of convictions, physical descriptions, fees and fines owed, and information about hire. Includes some inserts containing legal documentation of debts to the court. The record is listed alphabetically by convict name.
[Criminal Docket, County Court, Cooke County, 1897-1899]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing docket information for criminal trials in the county court. Recorded information includes names of parties involved and attorneys, offenses, date of filing, names of witnesses, and orders made by the court.
[Criminal Docket, County Court, Cooke County, 1899-1903]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing criminal docket information for the county court. Recorded information includes the names of parties involved, attorneys, offenses, date of filing, names of witnesses, and orders of the court.
[Criminal Docket, District Court, Cooke County, 1871-1874]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing docket information that includes attorney names, the names of the parties involved, offenses, witnesses, and orders made.
[Criminal Docket District Court, Cooke County , 1874-1877]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing criminal docket information that includes attorney names, the names of parties involved, offenses, witnesses, and orders made.
[Criminal Docket, District Court, Cooke County, 1878-1887]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing criminal docket information that includes attorney names, the names of parties involved, offenses, witnesses, and orders made.
[Criminal Docket District Court, Cooke County, 1887-1897]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing criminal docket information that includes attorney names, the names of parties involved, offenses, witnesses, and orders made.
[Criminal Docket, District Court, Cooke County, 1887-1908]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing a list of convicted criminals from the district courts. The entries list contains information on the convicts names, offenses, date of filing, and their sentences.
[Criminal Docket J. P. Precinct 1, Cooke County, 1885-1891]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing fees, affidavits, and warrants.
[Criminal Docket J. P. Precinct 1, Cooke County, 1891-1895]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing fees, affidavits, and warrants.
[Criminal Docket J. P. Precinct 1, Cooke County, 1895-1904]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing cases, fees, records of affidavits and warrants, and brief descriptions of the cases.
[Criminal Docket, Judges State Docket, District Court, Cooke County, 1857-1871]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing criminal dockets, including such information as attorneys' names, the names of the involved parties, date of indictment, pleas, and the action taken by the court.
[Criminal Minutes, County Court, Cooke County, 1880-1885]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing a record of the criminal cases that were handled at the county court. The entries list information including names and number of court cases, dates, and what occurred that day in relation to the case.
[Criminal Minutes, County Court, Cooke County, 1886-1893]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing the minutes of the county court involving criminal cases. The entries include information on the name and number of the cases, dates, and descriptions of what happened in the cases.
[Criminal Minutes, County Court, Cooke County, 1893-1916]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing the minutes of the county court involving criminal cases. The entries include information on the name and number of the cases, dates, and descriptions of what happened in the cases.
[Criminal Minutes, County Court, Cooke County, 1899-1904]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing criminal records from the county court. The entries include information on the criminals convicted, their charges, and fines.
[Criminal Minutes, District Court, Cooke County, 1886-1893]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing the minutes of district court cases. Recorded information is listed by case name and number and includes the trial date and notes on the case.
[Criminal Minutes, District Court, Cooke County, 1893-1899]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing the minutes of a district court. The entries contain the numbers, names, and dates of the cases along with information that happened in court that day.
[Executions Docket, County Court, Cooke County, 1876-1927]
Docket from Cooke County, Texas containing records of executions between July 1876 and December 1927, including names of those executed, dates of judgement and execution, fees owed, and notes on the receipt of fees and return of personal items. There is also an alphabetical listing of court cases and the pages they appear on at the front of the book.
[J. P. Civil and Criminal Docket, No Precinct, Cooke County,1858-1861]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing criminal and civil dockets, minutes, and fees.
[J. P. Civil and Criminal Docket, No Precinct , Cooke County, 1866-1867]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing records of civil and criminal dockets, minutes, and fees.
[J. P. Civil and Criminal Docket, Precinct 3, 1885-1893]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing information on courts and cases. The entries include information on justice fees, crimes, and specific details of cases. There are several inserts in this ledger including information on executions, notes from attorneys, fines/fees, and other misc pieces of paper.
[Jail Register, Cooke County, 1897-1910]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing a record of prisoners confined in the county jail. Recorded information includes names, age, physical descriptions, dates of confinement, fines, offenses, and names of jailer. The ledger also contains a letter from Cook County Judge J. M. Wright, dated June 21, 1904, regarding his decision in the case of the State of Texas v. [Benye Bawden]. See entry 42 on page 98 of this ledger for more information on the defendant.
[JP Inquest Record, Precinct 7, Cooke County, 1888-1919]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing the minutes of inquests held by various justices of the peace. The inquests concern deaths in the area and note the deceased, witnesses and their statements, and the findings of the Justice of the Peace.
[Judges Docket, Criminal, County Court, Cooke County, 1876-1881]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing the name of the court case, charges, date of indictment and capias, state witnesses, and the proceedings of the court. The list is arranged by date.
[Letter from H. S. Moore to Charles, July 28, 1872]
The author says that everyone is doing fine. They had a little bit of horse trouble, some of the horses got scared and loose and ran away. They were able to recover the horses though. The author went hunting in Cooke county, which didn't go well, but he found a bee tree.
[Letter from Matilda Dodd to Sis and Mr. Moore, July 30, 1882]
They received the Moore's letter and are all doing well, except Florence. She was overheated while cooking three meals for 25 hands. The hands were used to thrash the wheat and they got 700 bushels cut. They has never before in Tennessee been able to get 25 bushels per acre. She thinks the corn looks promising. Carrol Wilson visited from Texas and took Miss Prudy Petete with him. He lives in Cook County. She says that the peaches and apples look good and that they have plenty of vegetables. Bettie says that if Abe leaves for work, Matilda has to stay with her. Bettie and Abe had a picnic and everyone enjoyed it. Melissa Seago's daughters are in town from New Orleans to visit family.
[Letter from Thomas Willis, J. P. to Levi Perryman, September 26, 1879]
Letter from Thomas Willis, Justice of the Peace for Cooke County, precinct 4 asking for the money collected for execution from Honorable P. Williams, D. H. Edwards to W.T. Roberts, attorney at law.
[Letter from W.O. Davis to Misters Stephens and Matlock, February 3, 1880]
Letter from W.O. Davis, Lindsay, Davis & Garnett Attorney's at Law to Misters Stephens and Matlock concerning case being handled in Cooke County rather than Montague County. The letter tells the sheriff the author will "see him out" if there is any trouble over it.
[Minutes, Pleas of Guilty, County Court, Cooke County, 1892-1899]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing the guilty pleas of suspects, their crimes, and the resulting punishment.
[Minutes, Pleas of Guilty, County Court, Cooke County, 1899-1904]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing the guilty pleas of suspects, their crimes, and the resulting punishment.
[Pauper Record, Cooke County, 1895-1905]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing a register of allowances for paupers. Recorded information includes names, amount allowed, term, and date issued.
[Receipt for Ross & Bros., October 30, 1875]
Receipt for Ross & Bros. from Levi Perryman for the amount of $27.15. For the case of Ross & Bros. vs Wm. Freeman.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, February 12,1879]
Received of Levi Perryman the sum of $169.26 for an order of sale for the case of Putman Chambers & Co. vs G. W. Davis and Qsham? Cherry.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, February, 14, 1879]
Received of Levi Perryman the amount of $15.04 from the plaintiffs and the defendants for costs in the case of Putman Chambers & Co. vs G. W. Davis and Qsham? Cherry.
[Receipt of Levi Perryman, October 25, 1875]
Receipt for a registered letter, sent to Blanton & Blanton in Gainesville, Texas from Levi Perryman. Signed by G.H. Eidson.
[Receipts of Levi Perryman, November 16, 1880]
Received of Levi Perryman the following court papers, execution issued from County Court of Grayson County in Case No. 881, with the cost of $250.38. Execution issued out of the County Court of Grayson County in Case No. 885, with the cost of $410.69. Execution issued out of the District Court of Lampasas County in Case No. 380, with the cost of $928.25. Execution issued out of the District Court of Cook County in case No. 1038, with the cost of $1029.65. Also a Bill of Cost issued out of the County Court of Grayson County in Case No. 53, with cost of $51.25.
[Record of Fugitives, District Court, Cook County, 1865-1908]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing an alphabetical list of criminal fugitives, identified by file number, name, offense, and date of filing.
[Sheriff's Fugitive Record, Cooke County, Early 1900's]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing lists of criminal offenders. They are described by: age; height; eye and hair color; complexion; weight; distinguish marks or "peculiarities" ; their charge; where they are wanted; the name of the associated officer; a reward; and final remarks.
[Sherriff's Fee Book, Cooke County, 1873-1874]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas, containing a list of fees owed to the sheriff. Information typically includes the service rendered, the indebted party, whether or not the fee was paid, and the amount due.
[State Bar Docket, Criminal County Court, Cooke County, 1876-1885]
Ledger from Cooke County, Texas containing a docket of cases from the county court. The entries contain information on the names of the parties, charge, dates for indictment and arrest, and some list the attorney involved and proceedings of court. It was meant for use by attorneys. Pages 106-107 glued together. Pagination skips 117-118.
[Transcript of Letter from Thomas Willis, to Levi Perryman, September 26, 1879]
Transcript of a letter from Thomas Willis, Justice of the Peace for Cooke County, precinct 4 asking for the money collected for execution from Honorable P. Williams, D. H. Edwards to W.T. Roberts, attorney at law.
[Transcript of Letter from W. O. Davis to Misters Stephens and Matlock, February 3, 1880]
Transcript of a letter from W.O. Davis, Lindsay, Davis & Garnett Attorney's at Law to Misters Stephens and Matlock concerning case being handled in Cooke County rather than Montague County. The letter tells the sheriff the author will "see him out" if there is any trouble over it.