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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Chronological series

General receipts

General property records

Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library at the Alamo

A Guide to the Cháves, García, and Flores Families Papers, 1792-1931



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Cháves, García, and Flores Families
Title: Cháves, García, and Flores Families Papers
Dates: 1792-1931
Creator Abstract: Three related families of San Antonio, Texas.
Content Abstract: Legal documents, financial documents, military records, letters, and property records documenting several generations of related San Antonio families are found in the collection.
Identification: Col 7358
Extent: 2.25 linear feet (2 boxes, 1 oversize item)
Language: Materials are in Spanish and English.
Repository: Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library at the Alamo, San Antonio, Texas

Biographical Note

Arriving in San Antonio in 1784, Francisco Xavier Cháves brought with him a striking set of experiences that would place him near the center of events on the developing Spanish frontier for the rest of his life. Captured by Comanche Indians as a boy near his home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Cháves lived with the Comanche and Taovaya tribes until he was about twenty-two, when he escaped and presented himself to officials in San Antonio.

Cháves then began a forty-year military career, serving frequently as an interpreter in discussions and negotiations between Spanish officials and local Indian tribes in Coahuila and Texas. Married twice, Cháves had eleven children with his first wife and five with his second. He died in San Antonio about 1832.

José Ygnacio Cháves (commonly referred to as Ygnacio), one of the children of Cháves and his first wife Juana Padrón, was born in San Antonio in 1791. Like his father, he served in the military and was active in business and San Antonio politics. Married to María Leonarda Montes de Oca (circa 1791-1881), the couple had fourteen children. Cháves died of cholera in 1849.

The third generation of the Cháves family represented in the papers includes Tomasa Cháves (died 1919), a daughter of Ygnacio Cháves, who married Mariano R. García. The couple had twelve children, including Antonio A. García, whose foster son, Adolph Anthony Garza, inherited the family papers.

Another family represented in the papers is that of Francisca Flores de O'Farrell, a great-niece of María Leonarda Montes (other familial relationships probably exist, due to several marriages between the Flores, Montes, Cháves, Zambrano, and Indo families) and a descendent of the Flores de Abrego y Valdes family, early residents of Saltillo who came to San Antonio in the mid-eighteenth century. Married to Federico O'Farrell in 1895, Francisca Flores generally resumed the use of her maiden name after she was abandoned by her husband in 1903.

Additional genealogical information about the Cháves, García, and Flores families is available as a PDF document, accessible through the DRT Library's online catalog at http://69.63.217.28/elibsql08_D92004_Documents/00043gen.pdf.

References

"Abstract of Title to lands in Bexar County, Texas, Owned by Simon Fest, Sr. on both side of South Flores Street, City of San Antonio." Theo. Roziene, 1896. Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

"Abstract of Title to Lot 7, Block 3, New City Block 6531, situated within the corporate limits of the City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas." Texas Title Guaranty Company, 1924. Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

Chabot, Frederick C. With the Makers of San Antonio. San Antonio, Texas: Artes Graficas, 1937.

Cháves, García, and Flores Families Papers, 1792-1931, Col 7358, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

Chávez House vertical file. Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

Adolph A. Garza, Jr. biographical file. Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

Institute of Texan Cultures. Residents of Texas, 1782-1836. 3 vol. San Antonio, Texas: University of Texas Institute of Texas Cultures at San Antonio, 1984.

John, Elizabeth A. H. "Inside the Comanchería, 1795: The Diary of Pedro Vial and Francisco Xavier Chaves," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 98 (July 1994), 27-56.

John, Elizabeth A. H. Storms Brewed in Other Men's Worlds: The Confrontation of Indians, Spanish, and French in the Southwest, 1540-1795. College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University Press, 1975.

Leal, John Ogden, trans. Camposanto: An Ancient Burial Ground of San Antonio, Texas, 1808-1860. San Antonio, 1975.

Leal, John Ogden, trans. San Fernando Church Baptismals, 1812-1825. San Antonio, 1976.

Leal, John Ogden, trans. San Fernando Church Baptismals, 1826-1858, partt 1. 1977.

Leal, John Ogden, trans. San Fernando Church Marriages, 1798 to 1856. San Antonio, 1976.

Additional family data taken from records published in Los Bexareños Genealogical Register, the quarterly journal of the Los Bexareños Genealogical Society as well as Bexar County marriage and census records.

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Scope and Content Note

Legal documents, financial documents, military records, letters, and property records documenting several generations of related San Antonio families are found in the collection.

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Organization of Collection

This collection is organized into three series.
Chronological series
General receipts
General property records

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

No restrictions. The collection is open for research.

Usage Restrictions

Documents that may not be photocopied for preservation reasons are identified by a red dot on the folder.

Please be advised that the library does not hold the copyright to most of the material in its archival collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to secure those rights when needed. Permission to reproduce does not constitute permission to publish. The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming to the laws of copyright, literary property rights, and libel.

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Cháves family.
Flores family.
García family.
Cháves, Ygnacio, 1791-1849.
Austin, Stephen F. (Stephen Fuller), 1793-1836.
Subjects
Mexican Americans--Texas--San Antonio.
Locations
San Antonio (Tex.)--History--Sources.
Genres/Formats
Family papers.
Correspondence.
Financial records.
Legal documents.
Military records.
Property records.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Cháves, García, and Flores Families Papers, 1792-1931, Col 7358, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Thomas Miller on behalf of the estate of Adolph A. Garza, Jr., 1994 February.

Processing Information

Processed by Warren Stricker, 1995 March.

Translation and identification of some Spanish documents provided by Dora Guerra, then Head of Special Collections, University of Texas at San Antonio.

Finding aid edited and encoded by Caitlin Donnelly, 2010 November.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Chronological series

Most of the papers have been placed in the Chronological Series and are listed individually. The earliest documents are related to Francisco Xavier Cháves, his son Ygnacio Cháves, and their immediate families. Many of these items are records of land transactions, a number of them involving the acquisition of San Antonio properties on or in the vicinity of North Flores Street. Also included are military records, business records of Ygnacio Cháves, and documents associated with Cháves' involvement in political affairs. Notable items include an 1829 letter from Stephen F. Austin concerning the transfer of documents, records of the estate of José María Zambrano, and records of supplies provided by Ygnacio Cháves during the Texas Revolution.
Material in this series dated after the death of Ygnacio Cháves in 1849 is related to his wife, María Leonarda Montes, their daughter Tomasa Cháves de García and her husband Mariano R. García, and Francisca Flores de O'Farrell. Undated items for which a date could not be reliably estimated are at the end of this series.
Box Folder
1 1 Statements: record and ancestry of Francisco Jabier Chábes, Santa Fe, New Mexico [manuscript copy], 1792 July 18.
2 Receipt: Juan Martín de Beramendi to Francisco Cháves, San Antonio de Béxar, 1802 October 6.
3 Decree: Antonio Olagner Felin, award to Francisco Jabier Cháves [manuscript copy], 1808 March 9.
4 Deed: possibly Rosalia Montes de Oca, San Fernando, [circa 1800-1810] October 6.
5 Deed: Julian Benítes to José María Ramírez, San Fernando de Béxar, 1818 February 23. Appended certificate: Jph. María Sambrano.
6 Deed: Julian Benítes to José María Ramírez, San Fernando de Béxar, 1818 February 23. Appended certificate and supplementary orders: Jph. María Sambrano.
7 Deed: Manuel Ygnacio Navarro to José María Ramíres, San Fernando de Béxar, 1818 April 14.
8 Appointment: Mariano Varela, possibly an appointment of Ygnacio Cháves to the Ayuntamiento, Béxar, 1819 December 28.
9 Decree: Pedro Días de Ribera, award to Francisco [possibly Jabier Cháves], Madrid [manuscript copy], 1820 January 11.
10 Notice: L. Navarro on debt of José María Chirino, Béjar, 1821 March 9.
11 Receipt: L. Navarro to Ygnacio Cháves, Béjar, 1821 March 14.
12 Deed: José María Ramírez to Ygnacio Cháves, San Fernando de Béxar, 1823 March 13. Appended certificate: Manuel Yturri Castillo, San Fernando de Béxar, 1823 March 16.
13 Deed: José María Ramírez to Ygnacio Cháves, San Fernando de Béxar, 1823 March 13. Attached certificate: John W. Smith, Bexar, 1837 August 28, 1837 December 8.
14 Deed: José María Ramírez and Rafaela de Cuellar to Ygnacio Cháves, San Fernando de Béxar, 1823 April 16. Appended certificate: Manuel Yturri Castillo, 1823 April 17.
15 Deed: José María Ramíres and Rafaela de Cuellar to Ygnacio Cháves, San Fernando de Béxar, 1823 April 16. Appended certificate: John W. Smith, 1837 August 28, 1837 December 8.
16 Bill of sale: María Josefa Flores to Ygnacio Cháves, signed by possibly José María Salinas, 1823 May 25.
17 Resolution: Ayuntamiento Constitucional de San Fernando de Béxar, appointment of Ygnacio Cháves, Sergeant, Second Class, 1823 October 6.
18 Petition: José Ygnacio de León, for irrigation water and land, Béjar, undated.
Approval by ayuntamiento, Béjar, 1824 January 1.
Approval by José Antonio Saucedo, San Fernando de Béxar, 1824 February 5.
Survey and transfer by José Antonio Saucedo, 1824 February 7.
Attached certificate: James L. Trueheart, Clerk, County Court, Bexar County, 1848 October 25.
19 Petition: Gaspar Flores, Ygnacio Cháves, Juan Nepomuceno Seguín, and Manuel Yturri y Castillo, concerning land granted at Concepción Mission and the cost of a dam on the acequia, Béxar, 1824 February 3. Appended acknowledgement: José Antonio Saucedo, Miguel Arciniega, El Baron de Bastrop, Juan Martín de Beramendi, Ramón Músquiz, José María Zambrano, San Fernando de Béjar, 1824 March 9.
20 Deed: Agustín Piernas to Ygnacio Chábes, San Fernando de Béxar, 1825 July 8. Appended certificate: John W. Smith, 1837 October 4.
21 Letter: Nicolas Andrés Villareal, Monterrey, to Judge Council of Béxar, 1826 May 5.
22 Request: José Lásaro Benavides on money entrusted to Dario Sambrano, possibly circa 1826.
23 Receipt: José Manuel de la Garza to Ygnacio Cháves, San Fernando de Béxar, 1828 February 6.
24 Letter of authorization: Estevan F. Austin, giving Gaspar Flores power to receive documents, San Felipe de Austin, 1829 February 9.
25 Notice of election: Ramón Músquiz to Ygnacio Cháves, Béxar, 1829 December 22.
26 Document: signed by Baron de Bastrop for Concepción Días, Manuel Yturri Castillo, Eugenio Flores, and Gaspar Flores [incomplete], circa 1820-1829. Appended certificates: John W. Smith, [circa 1830-1839, possibly 1837] August 28, 1837 October 10.
27 Deed: Juan José Zambrano to Ygnacio Cháves, San Fernando de Béjar, 1830 March 13. Appended certificate: John W. Smith, Bexar County Clerk, Bexar, 1837 October 2.
28 Bill of sale: María Josefa de Castro on sale of property to José María Balmaceda, signed by José María Covarrubias for María Josefa de Castro, Béjar, 1832 November 19. Attached certificate: James L. Trueheart, 1848 December 20.
29 Orders: Permanent Company of Tamaulipas, payment to José Ygnacio Cháves, Béjar, 1832 April-November.
30 Petition: to Supreme Government, regarding land grants, Béxar [2 versions], 1832 December 10.
31 Legal document: Dispute over house rented by Vicente Arzola and involving the possessions of Juan Antonio Padilla, Béjar [incomplete], 1833 April 16.
32 Statement: Juan Montes on land held with Ygnacio Cháves, Béjar, 1834 April 9. Appended certificate: John W. Smith, Bexar County Clerk, Bexar, 1837 August 28, 1837 November 3.
33 Statement: Juan Montes on land held with Ygnacio Cháves, Béxar, 1834 April 9.
34 Deed: Francisco Cadena to Antonio de León, land and water at Mission San Francisco de la Espada, San Fernando de Béxar, 1834 September 15. Attached certificate: James L. Trueheart, County Clerk, Bexar County, 1848 October 21.
35 Account records: Captain Mariano Rodríguez, Presidial Company of Béxar, attached translation, 1831-1834.
36 Statement: Y. Arocha on removal of embargoed effects from the home of Ygnacio Cháves, Béjar, 1835 August 31.
37 Inventory: house of Juan Antonio Padilla, possibly 1835.
38 Letter: Ramón Músquiz to Ygnacio Cháves [fragments], [possibly 1836] March 21.
39 Power of attorney: María Josefa Montes, Mariquita Montes, Antonia Montes, Juan Montes, and María Petra Zambrano to Samuel A. Maverick, San Antonio, 1839 February 24.
40 Voucher: Bexar County, Texas District Court to Guadalupe de los Santos, 1839 April 26.
41 Lease: possibly Joseph McClelland, [possibly 1840] February 11.
42 Draft: Joseph McClelland to Ygnacio Cháves, San Antonio, 1840 March 13.
43 Order: Juana Leal vs. Ygnacio Cháves, executor of Dario Zambrano, Bexar County, 1840 April 4.
44 Agreement: Signed by Francisco Flores, Juan Hernández, Antonio Hernández, Manuel Cadena, José Francisco Flores for Francisco Rivas, Ygnacio Cháves, and Felipe Jayme, San Antonio, 1840 April 7.
45 Estate records: estate of José María Zambrano.
Inventory: Antonio Menchaca, administrator, 1840 October 22.
Inventory: Antonio Menchaca, administrator, 1840 October 22. Appended receipt: Antonio Menchaca to Petra Zambrano.
Inventory: Antonio Menchaca, administrator, 1840 October 22. Appended receipt: Antonio Menchaca to Ygnacio Cháves, for Leonarda Montes, 1840 October 22. Appended certificate: Thomas H. O'S. Addicks, Clerk, Bexar County Court, 1845 April 16.
Transcript of record: Thomas H. O'S. Addicks, Clerk, Bexar County Probate Court, San Antonio, 1845 April 16.
46 Power of attorney: Ygnacio Cháves to John W. Smith, 1840 November 9.
Appended account statement: Ygnacio Cháves to the Republic of Texas, 1835 December.
Appended depositions: Ygnacio Cháves, John W. Smith, and Ambrocio Rodríguez, Bexar County, Texas, 1840 November 9.
Appended certificate: John S. Simpson, Chief Justice, Bexar County, 1840 November 9.
47 Receipt: Francisco Flores to Juan Antonio Padilla, San Antonio, 1840 December 17.
48 Statement: Gil Gilban, on the debt of Encarnación Treviño, Guerrero, 1841 February 8. Appended receipt: Gil Galban to Ygnacio Cháves, 1841 February 22.
49 Account statements: Juan Pleasants to Ygnacio Cháves; Edward Dwyer to Ygnacio Cháves, Bexar, 1841 February 22. Appended receipts: Juan Pleasants to Ygnacio Cháves, 1841 March 9, 1841 March 18.
50 Receipt: Mrs. Howard to Mr. Chavis, San Antonio, [circa 1841] September 25.
51 Petition: John W. Smith, attorney for Petra Zambrano, 1841 October 25.
52 Receipt: John McCullough to Mr. Cháves, San Antonio, 1841 November 1.
53 Account statement: Edward Dwyer to Ignacio Cháves, San Antonio, 1842 February 24. Appended receipts: Edward Dwyer to Ygnacio Cháves, 1842-1844.
54 Possibly promissory note: Francisco Ruiz to possibly Ygnacio Cháves, San Antonio de Bexar [incomplete], 1842 August 13. Possibly appended receipt: Francisco Cháves, 1843 July 26.
55 Bill of sale: Manuel Cháves to Ygnacio Cháves, possibly 1843.
56 Letter: possibly Ygnacio Cháves, San Antonio de Bexar, to Juan Montes, 1844 February.
57 Agreement: possibly Vinzenz Phillips, to repair and maintain irrigation dams, 1844 April 15.
58 Tax receipts: George T. Howard, Bexar County Collector, to Ygnacio Cháves; to Ygnacio Cháves for Juan Montes; to Ygnacio Cháves for Micaela Fragoso, 1844 May 14.
59 Power of attorney: Ygnacio Cháves to Antonio de León, 1844 August 17.
60 Letter: Andrés Gaza, San Antonio, to "the Gentleman residing at the _____," 1846 May 23.
Box Folder
Oversize 1 Poll register: Precinct no. 2, office of Clerk of the County Court, San Antonio, 1846 August 8.
Box Folder
1 61 Certificate: Thomas Whitehead, Chief Justice, Bexar County, election of Ygnacio Cháves as Justice of the Peace, San Antonio, 1846 October 20.
62 Deed: María de Jesús Leal to Joaquin Tarin, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, 1847 May 18.
63 Market license: A. R. Mallon to Ygnacio Chavis, San Antonio, 1847 September 4.
64 Tax receipts: James L. Trueheart, Bexar County Assessor and Collector, to Ygnacio Cháves for Juan Montes, Macala Fragoso, and Antonio de León, San Antonio, 1847 September 7.
65 Tax receipt: James L. Trueheart, Bexar County Assessor and Clerk, to José María Cháves, San Antonio, 1847 October 4.
66 Corporation tax receipt: A. R. Mallon, Collector, to Ignacio Cháves for Cháves, M. Fragoso, and Antonio de León, San Antonio, 1848 January 20.
67 Deed: Juan Montes and Antonia Montes to Ignacio Chavis, San Antonio, 1848 February 14.
68 Letter: Antonio de León, Cienega, to Ygnacio Cháves, 1848 June 19.
69 Power of attorney: John H. Gatman to William Vance, Bexar County, Texas, 1848 September 15.
70 Receipts: Edward McLane, Bexar County Assessor-Collector, to Ygnacio Cháves for Agustín and José María Cháves and Antonio de León, San Antonio, 1848 November 8.
71 Record of marks and brands: James L. Trueheart, Clerk, Bexar County Court, to Ygnacio Cháves, San Antonio, 1849 February 17. Appended certificate: Sam S. Smith, Clerk, Bexar County Court, San Antonio, 1851 February 27.
72 Inventory: Francisco Flores of clothing of María Leonides Flores, 1849 September 20.
73 Bill: Juan Fries, for work done to the home of Ignacio Chávez, circa 1840-1849.
74 Power of attorney: Juan Montes to Pedro Flores, circa 1840-1849.
75 Partition: Estate of Ygnacio Cháves, circa 1851.
76 Deed: Juan Montes de Oca to Juana Francisca Montes, 1853 May 24.
77 Deed: Isabel Leal, Josefa Leal, Alifonso Leal, and Melchora Leal to Henry M. Lewis, San Antonio, 1853 August 19.
78 Receipt: Encarnación Delgado to Leonarda Montes de Cháves, 1853 October 29.
79 Receipt: Ursuline Convent to Mrs. Cháves, Galveston, Texas, 1855 June 21.
80 Lease: María Leonarda Montes de Cháves to José María Ramos, Bexar County, Texas, 1856 February 1.
81 Inventory and partition: Estate of Pilar Perieda, 1856 October 12.
82 Deed: J. Antonio G. Navarro, Gertrudis Menchaca de Rivas, and Josefa Menchaca de Garza to María Leonarda Montes de Cháves, San Antonio, 1857 October 16.
83 Writ of possession: John M. Carolan, District Court Clerk, in María Leonarda Montes y Cháves vs. Lecomte de Watine, San Antonio, 1859 March 10.
84 Deed: María Antonia Montes y Cadena to María Leonarda Montes y Cháves, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, 1859 March.
85 Tax receipts: J. D. Logan, Collector, to M. M. L. Cháves, 2 items, 1864.
86 Tax receipt: U. S. A. Commissioners of Direct Taxes to Mariano García, 1866 June 18.
87 Deed: Miguel Manchaca to Mariano R. García, Bexar County, Texas, 1867 May 6.
88 Deed: María Leonarda Montes de Cháves to Tomasita Cháves de García, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, 1881 February 10.
89 Certificate: Sam S. Smith, Bexar County Clerk, resignation of Tomasa Chávez de García as guardian of Margarita Chávez, 1881 November 21.
90 Notice: death of Celedonio Galán, Musquiz, 1881 December 9.
91 Tax sale deed: F. McC. Newton, Bexar County Collector, to F. C. Hubbell, property of Tomasa C. de García, San Antonio, 1882 May 19.
92 Tax sale deed: F. C. Haueisen, San Antonio Collector, to Lewis and Powell, property of María Teresita García, San Antonio, 1884 June 3.
Box Folder
2 93 Lease: Francisco Flores and Francisca Flores to W. R. Story, 1889 April 4.
94 Letter: L. B. Camp, Floresville, Texas, to A. A. Gray, San Antonio, Texas, 1898 January 6.
95 Memorandum of agreement: F. O'Farrell and Oscar Reichelt, 1899 July 28.
96 Register of trademark: Commissioner of Patents to Mariano R. García, 1899 November 7.
97 Inventory: Flores property, circa 1890-1899.
98 Certificate: Texas Comptroller's Office to Tomasa C. de García, payment of delinquent taxes, 1900 June 29.
99 Contract: E. A. T. Wickes Nease and F. O'Farrell, San Antonio, 1901 October 23.
100 Bill of costs: City of San Antonio vs. Tomasa Cháves de García, 1904 March 17.
101 Citation: State of Texas vs. Mrs. Francisca F. O'Farrell, San Antonio, 1905 March 4.
102 Tax records: miscellaneous property, 2 items, 1907.
103 Insurance records: Francisca Flores, 3 items, 1914.
104 Release of lien: Southwell-Reynolds Construction Co. to Tomasa C. de García, 1915 July 13.
105 Certificate of promotion: St. Mary's College to Adolph Garza, San Antonio, 1918 June 10.
106 Bank statement and checks: Francisca Flores, 1924.
107 Financial records, undated.
108 Estate record: in favor of Ygnacio Cháves, undated.
109 Possibly inventory, undated.
110 Tax records: possibly Ygnacio Cháves, undated.
111 Sketch: cattle ear marks of Erasmo Cháves, Margarita Cháves, Juan M. Cháves, and Pilar Cháves, undated.
112 Recipe: Doña [illegible] de León's Remedy, undated.

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General receipts

The General Receipts series contains tax receipts issued to the Cháves and García families by San Antonio and Bexar County.
Box Folder
2 113 Tax receipts: City of San Antonio, Cháves and García families, 20 items, 1852-1878.
114 Tax receipts: City of San Antonio, Cháves and García families, 30 items, 1900-1906.
115 Tax receipts: Bexar County, Cháves and García families, 20 items, 1855-1867.
116 Tax receipts: Bexar County, Cháves and García families, 29 items, 1871-1918.
117 Redemption receipts: Cháves and García families, 4 items, 1882-1905.

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General property records

The General Property Records series consists of legal, financial, and other documents associated with the acquisition, sale, and renovation of properties owned by family members, mainly in San Antonio. In particular, these include the King William Street residence of Francisca Flores; the Cháves-García family residence on Salinas Street; commercial property on Sherman Street; Flores family property on South Alamo Street, along the San Antonio River; Cháves and Flores family properties on North Flores Street; and Flores family property in Wilson County. Some of these properties, particularly those along Flores Street, are also documented in early deeds included in the Chronological Series. Photocopies of abstracts of title found here were received when photocopies of the papers were donated in 1975-1977; the originals of these items were not included with the papers received in 1994.
Box Folder
2 118 Legal and financial documents: Lot 18, Block No. 5, City Block No. 746, 434 King William Street, San Antonio, 23 items, 1902-1912.
119 Legal and financial documents: Lot No. 4, New City Block No. 149, 214 Salinas Street, San Antonio, 48 items, 1906-1914.
120 Legal and financial documents: Lots 7 and 8, Block No. 25, City Block No. 507, Sherman Street, San Antonio, 23 items, 1913-1914.
121 Abstract of title [photocopy]: Lots 7 and 8, Block No. 25, City Block No. 507, Sherman Street, San Antonio, 1914.
122 Legal and financial documents: Lots in City Block No. 142, South Alamo Street, San Antonio, 8 items, 1888-1931.
123 Abstract of title: Lot 1, City Block No. 142, South Alamo Street, San Antonio, 1900.
124 Legal documents: Lot 5, City Block No. 110, North Flores Street, San Antonio, 3 items, 1905 and 1913.
125 Abstract of title [photocopy]: Lot 5, City Block No. 110, North Flores Street, San Antonio, 1908.
126 Legal documents: Lot, North Flores and Salinas Streets, San Antonio, 2 items, 1894.
127 Legal documents: Lots, Flores and Obraje Streets, San Antonio, 2 items, 1901 and 1915.
128 Abstract of title for M. Benavides [photocopy]: Lots 8 and 9, Block No. 6, New City Block No. 311, Laredo Street, San Antonio, 1926.
129 Legal documents: Wilson County, Texas, property, 3 items, 1897.

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