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Character certificates in the General Land Office of Texas

Gifford E. White

Character certificates in the General Land Office of Texas

by Gifford E. White

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Published by G.E. White, Distributed by Ingmire Publications, Ericson Books in [Austin, Tex.], [St. Louis, Mo, Nacogdoches, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas,
  • Texas.
    • Subjects:
    • Land tenure -- Texas.,
    • Texas -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Gifford White.
      ContributionsTexas. General Land Office.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF385 .W533 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 255 p. :
      Number of Pages255
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2617455M
      LC Control Number85183066

      citizens of Texas 19 copies; Character Certificates in the General Land Office of Texas 9 copies; citizens of Texas 7 copies; The census of the Republic of Texas 3 copies; Board of Land Commissioners Harris County, Texas 2 copies; First Settlers of Bastrop and Travis Counties Texas .   The titles, registers, character certificates, José A. Morales, San Patricio 1–, Texas Land Grant Records, Archives and Records Program, Texas General Land Office.

      Records present are copies of reports of headright certificates filed with the Texas General Land Office by the county Boards of Land Commissioners and the District Courts from to These copies were prepared by the General Land Office for the Court of Claims in and all copies are certified by either the Commissioner of the General Land Office or the Chief Clerk. So in professional genealogist Margaret R. Waters, author of Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Indiana, copied and published the records to enable researchers to determine if an ancestor did locate in Indiana, and if so, where when. The earliest land records of Indiana Territory go back to , when a land office was established in Cincinnati.

        The Governor of Illinois, John Reynolds, wrote this Certificate of Character for Samuel Washington Lindley in when Lindley was moving to Texas. This document can be found in the Texas General Land Office at Austin, Texas. To search for tract book records: Start by selecting the state. Fill in a complete land description. Click the Search Tract Books button. You will be switched to the "Search Results" page. You can get a brief description of what each field means by hovering your mouse over it.


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Assembled from local land office records after Texas gained its independence from Mexico, the Character Certificate files in the General Land Office in Austin establish the identities of early immigrants to Texas, fix their date and place of settlement, and shed light on their origins and their families.

In using this book, then, the researcher has at his fingertips the unique genealogical. Certificates taken from the files of the General Land Office Austin, Texas.

indexed pages of land records. More Description. Assembled from local land office records after Texas gained its independence from Mexico, the Character Certificate files in the General Land Office in Austin establish the identities of early immigrants to Texas, fix their date and place of settlement, and shed.

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Character Certificates in the General Land Office of Texas From the Files of the General Land Office, Austin, Texas (Book): White, Gifford E.: Assembled from local land office records after Texas gained its independence from Mexico, the Character Certificate files in the General Land Office in Austin establish the identities of early immigrants to Texas, fix their date and place of.

Texas General Land Office archive historical document collections. Texas General Land Office archive historical document collections.

Scroll to Top. SKIP TO PAGE CONTENT. The Texas General Land Office George P. Bush, Commissioner Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest Youtube Medium. GLO () Search the website. Certificates of Fact are a document written by the staff of the General Land Office’s Legal Services Division, or the General Land Office Spanish Translator, describing the history, in chronological order, of a particular tract of State land with the Commissioner’s signature.

Gifford White. Assembled from local land office records after Texas gained its independence from Mexico, the Character Certificate files in the General Land Office in Austin establish the identities of early immigrants to Texas, fix their date and place of settlement, and shed light on.

Assembled from local land office records after Texas gained its independence from Mexico, the Character Certificate files in the General Land Office in Austin establish the identities of early immigrants to Texas, fix their date and place of settlement, and shed light on Pages: Land Certificates were issued by the Mexican Government, the Republic of Texas, and the State of Texas entitling a grantee to a specific quantity of land in the unallocated public domain.

Certificate indexes were created, updated, copied and re-copied throughout the 19th Century as the Republic and later the State managed the many land grant programs.

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Character Certificates-Texas By Marta Johns(t)on Patterson Octo at The Character Certificate File An immigrant into Texas under one of the colonization acts of Mexico between say and had to meet specific requirements before becoming eligible to receive was required to apply to the officials of the Municipality or to the Commissioner where.

Author of citizens of Texas, Character certificates in the General Land Office of Texas, The first settlers of San Augustine County, Texas, First settlers of Red River County, Texas, First settlers of Milam County, Texas, The first settlers of Jasper County, Texas, First settlers of Matagorda County, Texas, First settlers of Jefferson County, Texas.

Abstract of Land Claims: Compiled from the Records of the General Land Office. Galveston: Civilian Book Office, Arranged alphabetically in districts, lists grants from Spain, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, and the state.

Abstracts of Land Titles of Texas Comprising the Titled, Patented, and Located Lands in the State. Reprint. The Archives of the Texas General Land Office consists of approximately million land grant records dating back to and approximat maps, sketches and plat maps of Texas.

(1) preserve, conserve, and promote the land office's records; (2) provide educational programming and resources on Texas history; and (3) acquire additional records to complement the land office's records. Added by Acts78th Leg., ch. 36, Sec. 1, eff. Amended by. Character certificates the general land office texas Icons - Download Free Character certificates the general land office texas icons @ IconArchive.

Search more. Land Offices in Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin The National Archives and Records Administration-Great Lakes Region's General Land Office (GLO) archival holdings are comprised of bound volumes created by local offices in Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

Our holdings do not include records for Michigan. Most of the volumes record entries for .Character Certificate for William Ashworth, 24 NovemberFol Records of the Spanish Collection, Archives and Records Program, Texas General Land Office, Austin, TX. Passed on.Surviving muster rolls can be found in the Texas State Library and Archives (Adjutant General's Records) and other libraries and archives.

Fortunately, many of the original muster rolls were copied before the fire. Bound volumes of these copies are in the Texas General Land Office (TGLO) in Austin.