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Tobias Long Bond

Description: Article of agreement between Tobias Long and Michael Reed, with witnesses John Needham and Wilson Reed, in which Long agrees to pay Reed in the amount of ten thousand dollars in exchange for one league of land.
Date: December 7, 1836
Creator: Long, Tobias
Partner: Southwestern University

[Court summons for William Reed]

Description: Court summons for William Reed, acting as administrator for the estate of Michael Reed, to answer the petition of Wilson T. Davidson.
Date: July 7, 1860
Creator: Richard, A.W.
Partner: Southwestern University

[Court summons]

Description: Court summons for William Reed to answer the motion of Marcus D. Jering and J.W. Nowlin[?].
Date: May 7, 1861
Creator: Anderson, James
Partner: Southwestern University

[Affidavit]

Description: Affidavit sworn by Michael Reed before Gideon Walker stating that Reed paid Moses Cummings in advance for surveying services that were never fulfilled.
Date: March 7, 1842
Creator: Reed, Michael & Walker, Gideon
Partner: Southwestern University

[Receipt of payment from Michael Reed]

Description: Receipt of payment from Michael Reed in the amount of $1.66 for state and county tax for Williamson County in the year 1849. Signed by W.C. Da[unknown] on behalf of Williamson County.
Date: January 7, 1850
Creator: Williamson County
Partner: Southwestern University

[Sworn Statements of Galan and Farol]

Description: Sworn statements made by S. Galen and corroborated by M. Farol regarding an accident involving a horse and Juan Garcia Soto.
Date: August 7, 1860
Creator: Galan, Severo & Farol, Miguel
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Promissory Note For Homeowners]

Description: Text of two promissory notes written by the mayor of Laredo for $750 to be paid to persons owning houses that were part of Fort McIntosh.
Date: September 7, 1860
Creator: Laredo (Tex.)
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

[Copyright Registry, September 7, 1954]

Description: Copyright registry signed by the Copyright Office of the United States of America in Washington D.C. for "vol. 913, page(s) 41 on September 7, 1954."
Date: September 7, 1954
Creator: Copyright Office of the United States of America
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Legal Document for the Sale of Two Slaves]

Description: Legal document certifying that James L. Dickson received two negro boys from his mother's estate, though they are "in possession of his Brother David C. Dickson." According to the document David owes James a total of $148 for the slaves "due from David on final settlement."
Date: August 7, 1841
Creator: Massie, J. C.
Partner: Two Rivers Historical Foundation

[Citation Issued to W. H. and C. F. Bonnell Pertaining to cause no. 448, 1896]

Description: Document that relates to the case of Edward Prince vs. Mrs. C. F. Bonnell et al, accused of deed fraud, originally decided May 8, 1895. This document is a citation summoning W. H. Bonnell and Mrs. C. F. Bonnell "to be and appear before the Honorable District Court of Kerr County." Prince claims that the deeds created by W. H. Bonnell to Mrs C. F. Bonnell are "without valuable consideration in law and are fraudulent" and the lands mentioned in the deeds should be "sold and foreclosed."
Date: June 7, 1896
Creator: Hamilton, J. M.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[W. H. and C. F. Bonnell's Original Answer from cause no. 448, 1896]

Description: Document pertaining to the case of Edward Prince vs. W. H. Bonnell and C. F. Bonnell, accused of fraudulent land deeds, filed November 7, 1896. This document relays the original arguments made by the attorney for W. H. and C. F. Bonnell, Leo Tarleton; he says that the defendants "deny all and singular the allegations in said original petition."
Date: November 7, 1896
Creator: Hamilton, J. M.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Two Drafts of a Memorandum of Contract Between Three Couples and Richard Nowlin]

Description: Memorandum of contract between Mr. and Mrs. Bonnell, Mr. and Mrs. Dickey, and Mr. and Mrs. Liljegren of the first party, and Richard and R. W. Nowlin of the second. The members of the first party "agree to sell and convey unto Richard and R. W. Nowlin the following real estate situated in Kerr County, Texas" including 500 acres from the James E. Bettner survey; in return, Nowlin will pay "twenty four dollars per acre" with one fourth being in cash and the remainder in three promissory notes.
Date: December 7, 1928
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Walter Woodward Cattle Brand Registration]

Description: Text that verifies the registration of a cattle brand to Walter Woodward. It describes the brand as "L 7" on the animals' hips.
Date: December 7, 1938
Creator: West, Ora
Partner: Coleman Public Library

Dallas County Probate Case 1484: Newton & Keen (VS)

Description: Dallas County probate record regarding the case of Newton & Keen (VS) and Alex Sanger et al (Executor or Guardian)
Date: 1887-10-07/1889-03-21
Creator: Dallas County (Tex.)
Partner: Dallas Genealogical Society

Dallas County Probate Case 1165: Venters, Eli (Deceased)

Description: Dallas County probate record regarding the case of Venters, Eli (died August 5, 1872) and J.J. Montgomery (Executor or Guardian)
Date: 1854-11-07/1881-04-09
Creator: Dallas County (Tex.)
Partner: Dallas Genealogical Society