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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1: Dated material, 1772-1936

Series 2: Undated material

Series 3: Memorandum books, 1850-1903

Series 4: Books, 1873

Series 5: Separated material, 1855, 1936, undated

Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library at the Alamo

A Guide to the Bustillo Family Papers, 1772-1936



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Bustillo Family
Title: Bustillo Family Papers
Dates: 1772-1936
Creator Abstract: Prominent in the early business and civic affairs of San Antonio, Texas, the Bustillo family and its related families have lived in the area for well over two hundred years.
Content Abstract: Containing correspondence, legal documents, financial records, printed material, and photographs, the Bustillo family papers document several generations of related families. The earliest items are associated with Domingo Bustillo (1779-1854) and reflect his involvement in family estate matters, land transactions, business activities, and personal matters. Most of the papers after 1855 are related to members of the Gutierres family and reflect business and personal activities. Family letters include letters from soldiers serving in the Confederate army during the Civil War.
Identification: Col 879
Extent: 1.67 linear feet (4 boxes)
Language: The bulk of the papers are in Spanish. Some materials are in English.
Repository: Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library at the Alamo, San Antonio, Texas

Biographical Note

Prominent in the early business and civic affairs of San Antonio, the Bustillo family and its related families have lived in the area for well over two hundred years.

The family name was established in San Antonio with the arrival of José Antonio Bustillo y Ceballos (circa 1744-1793) in about 1766, family tradition claiming relationship to Juan Antonio Bustillo y Cevallos, governor of Texas from 1731 to 1734. Bustillo's family flourished. One of the most prominent of his children, Domingo Bustillo (1779-1854), pursued various business activities, was appointed alférez in 1811, held other military responsibilities in ensuing years, and was elected Alderman of San Antonio in 1839.

Families tied to the Bustillos by marriage were also active in government and business affairs. Of particular note in connection with the papers is the Gutiérres family, also early residents of San Antonio. Much of the material in the collection is related to Santiago Gutiérres, a rancher and operator of a freighting business who married María Trinidad Bustillo.

Additional genealogical information about the Bustillo family is available as a PDF document accessible through the DRT Library's online catalog at http://69.63.217.28/elibsql08_D92004_Documents/00146gen.pdf.

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Scope and Content Note

Made up of correspondence, legal documents, financial documents, printed material, and photographs, the Bustillo family papers document family activities through all the notable eras of San Antonio history.

The papers are filed individually, the majority in a chronological series. The earliest documents deal primarily with members of the Bustillo family and their transactions with numerous individuals and the various governmental bodies presiding over San Antonio, which grew out of the San Antonio de Béxar (or Béjar) presidio and the villa of San Fernando de Béxar. The prominent individual in these transactions is Domingo Bustillo, reflecting his involvement in family estate matters, land transactions, other business activities, and personal matters. Notable are documents related to family-owned land known as Rincón del Alamito, located in the vicinity of San Francisco de la Espada Mission. Connections with family members outside of Texas are documented by letters received from Mexico after Texas independence. A letter addressed to Stephen F. Austin in 1825 is found here.

Most of the papers dated after 1855 are associated with the Gutiérres family, particularly José Antonio Gutiérres and his son Santiago, who married María Trinidad Bustillo. These also reflect business and personal activities and include receipts, account records, contracts, livestock records, and letters from family members and business associates. Family letters include two letters from Confederate soldier Antonio Bustillo during his Civil War service in Georgia. Another family member serving during the Civil War was Antonio Gutiérres, who received a pass for a trip home from his duties in the Laredo area.

After about 1900, the records are more scattered; most are associated with Eduardo Gutiérres and his public duties.

Following the chronological arrangement is a small group of material for which dates could not be estimated. The next group is made up of three memorandum books, each representing a broad span of dates. They contain notes on business transactions, financial records, family data, and miscellaneous notes.

Photographs, which have been separated to the photo files, consist of copy prints of Santiago Gutiérres and his wife, Trinidad Bustillo.

In addition to the names already cited, individuals documented in the papers include Ygnacio Arocha, María Erlinda Bustillo, Juan José Galán, and Luis Galán.

The bulk of the papers are in Spanish.

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Organization of Collection

This collection is organized into five series.
Series 1: Dated material
Series 2: Undated material
Series 3: Memorandum books
Series 4: Books
Series 5: Separated material

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

No restrictions. The collection is open for research.

Usage Restrictions

Due to their fragility, some items in the collection may not be photocopied.

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
Bustillo family.
Bustillo, Domingo, 1779-1854.
Gutiérres family.
Subjects
Mexican Americans--Texas--San Antonio.
Soldiers--Confederate States of America--Correspondence.
Locations
San Antonio (Tex.)--History--Sources.
Texas--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Sources.
Genres/Formats
Family papers.
Correspondence.
Financial records.
Legal documents.
Photographs.
Printed ephemera.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Bustillo Family Papers, 1772-1936, Col 879, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.

Acquisition Information

Purchased from María Gutiérrez Noll, 1964-1965.

Memorandum books donated by María Gutiérrez Noll, 1966 December.

Processing Information

Processed by DRT Library staff, circa 1964.

Reprocessed by Warren Stricker, 1995 January.

Finding aid edited and encoded by Tom D'Amore, 2011 October.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1: Dated material, 1772-1936

Items are arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
1 1 Bill of sale: Alberto Ximénes to Xetrudis Sánches, signed by Christoval de los Santos Coy for Alberto Ximenes, San Fernando, Texas, 1772 March 12.
2 Bill of sale: Juachin Ximénez to Getrudis Sánchez, San Fernando, Texas, 1772 May 23.
3 Petition: María Erlinda Bustillo to have Ignacio de los Santos Coy replaced as executor of the estate of José Antonio Bustillo by Francisco Xavier Galán, with appended statement of Ygnacio de los Santos Coy, San Antonio de Béxar, Texas, 1795 February 9.
4 Petition: Vicente Amador, for unclaimed land left from the distribution of mission land, undated.
Petition granted by Governor Manuel Muñoz, 1797 February 7.
Surveyed by Mathias del Río, 1797 February 8.
Attached certificate, James L. Trueheart, 1849 August 27.
5 Statement: Jph. Ximénes y Sisneros, circa 1772-1799.
6 Agreement: José Antonio Bustillo estate, signed by Francisco Xavier Galán, Ygnacio de los Santos Coy, Gabriel Gonzáles, and María Antonia Rodríguez, San Fernando de Béjar, Texas, 1800 February 12.
7 Inventory: items received by Alexo Bustillo, signed by Luis Galán, San Antonio de Béjar, Texas, 1801 August 8. Appended notation: Gabriel Gonzáles del Castillo, Béxar, Texas, 1801 August 23.
8 Inventory: possibly the José Antonio Bustillos estate, possibly circa 1801.
9 Deed: Toribio Durán to Alexandro Quale, San Fernando de Béxar, Texas, 1805 December 19.
10 Will: possibly Juana Francisca del Raso, appended notation by Manuel Carrillo, 1806 July 2.
11 Receipt: Antonio Pacheco Calderón, 1808 November 28.
12 Receipt: Luis Galán, San Antonio de Béjar, Texas, 1809 February 8.
13 Application: Luis Galán, to operate a billiard hall, appended approval by Manuel María de Salcedo, 1809 February 16.
14 Power of attorney: Vicente de Silva, statement on power of attorney from Francisco Antonio Gutiérrez and on receipt of payment from Luis Galán, Béxar, Texas, 1811 March 12.
15 Appointment: Juan Manuel Zambrano, appointment of Domingo Bustillos as Alférez, San Fernando de Béxar, Texas, 1811 March 26.
16 Promotion: Felix María Calleja del Rey, promotion of Domingo Bustillos to 2nd lieutenant, México, 1814 January 9.
17 Letter: Juan Francisco de Collantes, Béxar, to Sor. Governador, 1814 June.
18 Receipt: Francisco Arizmendi to Luis Galán, 1814 July 16.
19 Receipt: Juan Francisco de Collantes to Luis Galán, 1816 February 9.
20 Letter: [Ignacio?] Peres to Luis Galán, possibly circa 1816.
21 Receipt: Manuel Delgado to Luis Galán, Béxar, Texas, 1817 April 29.
22 Letter: Alexandro Treviño, Laredo, Texas, to Juan de Castañeda, 1818 September 19.
23 Will: Francisco Luna, San Fernando de Béxar, Texas, 1819 September 27.
24 Receipt: Trinidad Saldivar to Domingo Bustillo, Béxar, Texas, 1820 February 23.
25 Letter: Domingo Andrés de Ibarra, Saltillo, Mexico, to Luis Galán, Béxar, Texas, 1820 February 24.
26 Letter: Juan José Galán, Bahía, Texas, to Domingo Bustillos, Béxar, Texas, 1822 September 19.
27 Promissory note: Xacova Seguro and Josefa Sepeda to Domingo Bustillos, Béxar, Texas, 1822 December 16.
28 Receipt: Mariano Gortari to Luisa de Luna, San Fernando de Béxar, Texas, 1823 March 8.
29 Petition: Domingo Bustillo, for land near Espada Mission known as Rincón del Alamito.
Acknowledged by Ayuntamiento, Béjar, Texas, 1824 January 1.
Acknowledged by José Antonio Saucedo, San Fernando de Béxar, Texas, 1824 February 4.
Granted by José Antonio Saucedo, 1824 February 6.
30 Letter: Manuel Lafuente, Punta de Lampazos, Mexico, to Domingo Bustillos, 1824 November 4.
31 Letter: María Erlinda Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, to Stephen F. Austin, 1825 January 21.
32 List: debtors, Béxar, Texas, 1825 April 26.
33 Account statement: Domingo Bustillo to possibly Manuel Zepeda, 1825 July 13.
34 Folder relocated.
35 Receipt: Francisco Xavier Bustillo to Erlinda Bustillo, Béxar, Texas, 1827 March 10.
36 Notebook: Prudencio Sánchez, Compañia de Béjar, 1827 July 1.
37 Receipt: [unknown first name] Garza to Francisco Bustillos, 1827 September 30.
38 Will: José Vicente Treviño, San Fernando de Béjar, Texas, 1828 June 13.
39 Letter: María de Jesús Vidaurre, Laredo, Texas, to Erlinda Galán, 1828 July 1. Appended receipt: Manuel Sánchez to Erlinda Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1828 July 15.
40 Letter: Domingo Bustillo, San Fernando de Rosas, Mexico, to Erlinda Bustillo, 1828 August 16.
41 Passport: Juan Longoria y Garza, issued to Colonel Ross, Matamoros, Mexico, 1828 December 13.
42 Promissory note: [unknown first name] Garza to Mariquita Travieso, 1829 January 9.
43 Receipt: Manuel Flores, for Ana María Fuentes, to Erlinda Bustillo, 1829 February 26.
44 Statement: Domingo Bustillo, power of attorney for Antonio Flores, on the claim of María del Refugio Ramírez, Béxar, Texas, 1829 December 26.
45 Letter: Juan Nepomuceno Seguín to Ygnacio Arocha, circa 1820-1829. Appended letter: Ygnacio Arocha to Domingo [Bustillo?], undated.
46 Will: José Antonio de la Garza, with appended receipts, San Fernando de Béxar, Texas, [1830?] August 1.
47 Power of attorney: José Andrés Treviño to Domingo Bustillos, 1830 November 2. Appended receipt: Domingo Bustillo to Teresa Curbelo, 1831 March 8.
48 Promissory note: Antonio to Domingo Bustillo, 1831 January 27.
49 Promissory note: María Trinidad Sánchez to Domingo Bustillos, Mission de la Espada, Texas, 1831 March 17.
50 Receipt: José Angel Leal to Domingo Bustillos, for Salvador Flores, San Fernando de Béxar, Texas, 1831 April 8.
51 Deed: Francisco Pérez to José Antonio de la Garza, San Fernando de Béjar, Texas, 1831 May 2. Appended certificates: Juan Angel Seguín and Ygnacio Cháves, 1833 December 13.
52 Lease: Juan Andrés Curbelo to Clemente de la Garza. Signed by Domingo Bustillo for Curbelo, 1831 October 12. Signed by Clemente de la Garza, 1831 November 1.
53 Deed: María Gertrudis Ximénes to José Antonio Garza, signed by Domingo Bustillo for Ximénes, Béjar, Texas, 1832 January 2. Attached certificate: Sam S. Smith, San Antonio, Texas, 1877 August 23.
54 Deed: Simon Gonzáles to Domingo Bustillos, 1832 August 17. Attached certificate: John W. Smith, Bexar, Texas, 1838 April 5.
55 Letter: Christobal Benavides, Laredo, Texas, to Domingo Bustillos, Béxar, Texas, 1833 May 3.
56 Letter: Juan José Treviño, Laredo, Texas, to Domingo Bustillos, 1833 November 8. Appended receipt: Lauriano Granados to Juan Treviño, Béjar, Texas, 1833 November 13.
57 Land records: bound documents, 1831-1834.
Petition: Domingo Bustillo, for verification of title to properties and irrigation rights at Rincón del Alamito, San Fernando de Béjar, Texas, 1831 November 20.
Order: Ramón Músquiz to Ygnacio Cháves, to take depositions, Béjar, Texas, 1834 May 24.
Deposition: Salvador Días, 1834 May 25.
Deposition: Yginio Cuellar, 1834 May 25.
Deposition: Miguel Arciniega, Béjar, Texas, 1834 May 25.
Survey and description: Ygnacio Chávez, Béjar, Texas, 1834 May 28.
Receipt: Ygnacio Cháves to Domingo Bustillos, Béjar, Texas, 1831 November 17.
58 Land records: bound documents, manuscript copy of above, 1831-1834. Attached certificates: John W. Smith, Bexar, Texas, 1838 April 5.
59 Promissory note: José María de la Garza to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1834 June 9.
60 Judgment: Domingo Bustillo, to guardian of the children of Juan Soe, payment of taxes, Béjar, Texas, 1834 November 17.
61 Power of attorney: María Encarnacion Delgado, María Josefa Delgado, and José Antonio Delgado to Oliver M. Jones, Béjar, Texas, 1834 December 6.
62 Letter: Ygnacio Arocha, Béjar, Texas, to Domingo [Bustillos?], 1834 December 14.
63 Judgment: Ygnacio Cháves, awarding irrigation water from the Espada sluice and the sluice at Rincón del Alamito to Domingo Bustillo, 1834.
64 Receipt: Ignacio Arocha, paid to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1835 March 11.
65 Power of attorney: Ignacio Arocha to Domingo Bustillos, Béjar, Texas, 1836 January 15.
66 Promissory note: Ygnacio Arocha, Béjar, Texas, 1836 January 18. Appended receipt: Juan G. Smith to Domingo Bustillo, 1837 May 13.
67 Letter: Juan José Galán, Bahía, Texas, to Domingo Bustillos, 1836 May 20.
68 List: Juan José Galán, goods for Domingo Bustillos, Bahía, Texas, 1836 May 20.
69 Receipt: Antonio Lombraña to Domingo Bustillos, for Ygnacio Canales, 1836 May 20.
70 Inventory: property of Juan José Galán, Béjar, Texas, 1836 May 27. Appended receipt: Francisco Calderón to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas.
71 Receipt: Francisco Calderón to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1836 May 27.
72 Receipt: Andrew J. Gray to Domingo Bustillo, [1836?] September 13.
73 Letter: Manuel de Luna y Quinto, Guerrero, to Domingo Bustillos, Béjar, Texas, 1837 June 6.
74 Letter: Juan José Galán, San Fernando, Texas, to Domingo Bustillos, Bexar, Texas, 1838 February 17. Appended receipt: Pedro Flores to Domingo Bustillo, 1838 February 26.
75 Receipt: Antonio Lombraña to Domingo Bustillos, Béjar, Texas, 1838 March 21.
76 Letter: Manuel Quinto y Luna, Guerrero, to Domingo Bustillo, Bexar, Texas, 1838 April 23.
77 Letter: Domingo Losoya, Guerrero, to Domingo Bustillos, Béjar, Texas, 1838 April 24.
78 Certificate: David Murphree, Board of Land Commissioners, Bexar County, Texas, to Robert F. Crockett, administrator of the estate of David Crockett, 1838 April 27.
79 Receipt: Juan Montes to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1838 May 16.
80 Receipt: William Lindsey to Domingo Bustillo, 1838 July 2.
81 Promissory note: Ygnacio Canales Yglesias to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1838 July 9.
82 Invoice: Domingo Bustillo to Florencio Canales, Béjar, Texas, 1838 July 9.
83 Promissory note: possibly Juan Reñe to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1838 July 19.
84 Invoice: to Domingo Losoya, Béjar, Texas, 1838 September 11.
85 Letter: C. Van Ness to Domingo Bustillo, undated. Appended receipt: José Casiano. Filed in the case of George Sutherland vs. Board of Land Commissioners, 1838 September 29.
86 Letter: José María Salinas, Rio Grande, Texas, to Domingo Bustillo, 1838 December 9.
87 Letter: William Henry Daingerfield, San Antonio, Texas, to Domingo Bustillo, 1838 December 12. Receipt: R. Davis to possibly Domingo Bustillo.
88 Letter: Antonio Menchaca, Rafael Garza, and Manuel Yturri Castillo, San Antonio, Texas, to Domingo Bustillo, San Antonio, Texas, notice of election as Alderman, 1839 January 7.
89 Receipt: Agustin Barrera to Domingo Bustillo, for José María Salinas, 1839 February 18.
90 Promissory note: Caciano Ximénes to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1839 April 2.
91 Receipt: Juan Trinidad Ramos to Domingo Bustillo, for José María Ramón, Béjar, Texas, 1839 April 2.
92 Bond: Ignacio Arocha, Refugio de la Garza, and Domingo Bustillos to John W. Smith, administrator of the estate of Eugenio Navarro, 1839 May 3.
93 Letter: María Gertrudis de Garza de Galán, Rosas, Mexico, to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1839 May 5.
94 Letter: Mariquita Domínguez, Guerrero, to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1839 June 29.
95 Letter: Juan J. Galán, Monclova, Mexico, to Ygnacio Herrera, 1839 July 26. Appended receipt: Ygnacio Herrera to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1839 October 30.
96 Letter: Juan J. Galán, Monclova, Mexico, to José María Salinas, 1839 August 9. Appended receipt: Ygnacio Herrera to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1839 October 30.
97 Letter: María de la Asencion Sánchez, Laredo, Texas, to Domingo Bustillos, 1839 August 21.
98 Letter: Basilio Benavides, Laredo, Texas, to Domingo Bustillos, Béjar, Texas, 1839 October 1.
99 Account statement: José Dolores García to Lucas Muños, Laredo, Texas, 1839 October 4.
100 Letter: Juan Francisco Farías to Ygnacio Herrera, 1839 October 8. Appended receipt: Ygnacio Herrera to Domingo Bustillos, 1839 October 30.
101 Receipt: José María García and [unknown first name] Dávila to Domingo Bustillos, for José María Ramón, Bexar, Texas, 1839 November 1.
102 Letter: María de la Asencion Sánchez, Laredo, Texas, to Domingo Bustillos, 1839 November 2.
103 Receipts: José Angel Benavides to Domingo Bustillos, 1839 December 22.
Box Folder
2 104 Bill and receipt: Miguel Calvo to Domingo Bustillos, San Antonio de Béjar, Texas, 1840 October 13.
105 Tax receipt: F. L. Paschal, Collector, to Domingo Bustillo, for María Gregoria Domingus, San Antonio, Texas, 1840 October 31.
106 Receipt: possibly Ann Eliza Smand to Cricencio Montes, 1841 April 6.
107 Invitation: ball in honor of the President of the Republic of Texas [Mirabeau B. Lamar] to Domingo Bustillo, San Antonio, Texas, 1841 May 17.
108 Letter: María de la Asencion Sánchez, Laredo, Texas, to Domingo Bustillos, 1841 October 15.
109 Receipt: José Casiano to Domingo Bustillo, San Antonio, Texas, 1841 November 7.
110 Receipt: Lorenzo Benavides to Domingo Bustillo, Laredo, Texas, 1842 January 27.
111 Letter: Gertrudis de la Garza y Galán, San Fernando, to Domingo Bustillos, Béjar, Texas, 1844 January 30.
112 Promissory notes: Clemente Bustillo, Andrés Orosco, and Domingo Bustillo to F. Guilbeau, San Antonio de Béjar, Texas, 1844 July 9. Appended receipts: F. Guilbeau to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1844 September 9.
113 Letter: Refugio de la Garza, Guerrero, Mexico, to Domingo Bustillo, 1844 September 21.
114 Certificate: James L. Trueheart, Clerk, District Court, Bexar County, Texas, to Domingo Bustillo, entitlement for grand jury pay, San Antonio, Texas, 1845 January 31.
115 Tax receipt: James L. Trueheart, Assessor and Collector, Bexar County, Texas, to Domingo Bustillo, San Antonio, Texas, 1847 August 21.
116 Tax receipt: James L. Trueheart, Assessor and Collector, Bexar County, Texas, to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1847.
117 Receipt: Thomas W. Ward, General Land Office, to Domingo Bustillo, 1848 February 25.
118 Plat and field notes: F. Giraud, City Surveyor, land of Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1848 October 20.
119 Plat and field notes: F. Giraud, City Surveyor, land of Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1848 November.
120 Deed: Francisco Flores to Miguel Yndo, Bexar, Texas, 1850 July 19. Appended account: payment to Agapito Saldaña, undated.
121 Deed: Francisco Flores to Miguel Yndo, Béjar, Texas, 1850 July 19.
122 Account record: debtors to Hacienda Común, Domingo Bustillo, and Erasmo Seguín, Commissioners, San Antonio, Texas, 1850 July 20.
123 Tax receipt: John Crawford, Collector, to Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1850 October 31.
124 Receipt: José Cassiano to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1851 March 21.
125 Brand registration: Sam S. Smith, Clerk, County Court, Bexar County, Texas, brand of Jeronimo Leal, San Antonio, Texas, 1851 June 14.
126 Bill of sale: Francisco X. Bustillo to Josefa Bustillo and Francisco X. Bustillo to Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1851 October 8. Appended statement: Francisco X. Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1851 October 8.
127 Account statement: A. Schloemann and Netté to Domingo Bustillo, San Antonio, Texas, 1851 November 4.
128 Deed: Clemente Bustillo and Josefa Bustillo to Domingo Bustillo, 1852 February 10.
129 Deed: Clemente Bustillo and Josefa Bustillo to Domingo Bustillo, 1852 February 10.
130 Deed: Mariano García to Domingo Bustillo, San Antonio, Texas, 1852 February 14. Attached plat and field notes: F. Giraud, City Surveyor, land of the heirs of José Antonio Bustillo, San Antonio, Texas, 1850 August.
131 Receipt: Chepita Bustillos to Domingo Bustillos, San Antonio, Texas, 1852 February 17.
132 Folder relocated.
133 Deed: Clemente Bustillo and Josefa Bustillo to Domingo Bustillo, 1852 March 15.
134 Receipt: Ysidro Muños to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1852 April.
135 Letter: Juan J. Galán, San Fernando, to Domingo Bustillos, Béjar, Texas, 1854 March 20.
136 Receipt: Schloemann and Netté to Domingo Bustillos, San Antonio, Texas, 1854 May 1.
137 Bill and receipt: Victor Bracht to Domingo Bustillo, San Antonio, Texas, 1854 May 15.
138 Inventory: Domingo Bustillo estate, see also folder 207, 1855 January 1.
139 Receipt: José Antonio G. Navarro to Agustin Chábes, for Santiago Gutiérres, 1855 February 23.
140 Agreement: heirs of Ygnacio Pérez, acknowledging sale of land to Antonio Gutiérres, Medina Rancho de la Purisima Concepción, Texas, 1855 June 23.
141 Bill of lading: Eustaquio Gutiérres to Valentin Rivero, Monterey, Mexico, 1855 July 9.
142 Receipt: Jesús Pérez to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1855 July 27.
143 Bill of sale: José Antonio Gutiérres to Antonio Mateu, San Antonio, Texas, 1855 September 6.
144 Estate record: Francisco X. Bustillo, permission to Santiago Gutiérres to sell a bull from the estate of Domingo Bustillo, Béjar, Texas, 1855 September 11.
145 Bill of sale: José Antonio Gutiérres to Antonio Mateu, San Antonio, Texas, 1855 October 9.
146 Tax receipt: Charles D. Lytle, Assessor and Collector, Bexar County, Texas, to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1855 December 31.
147 Receipt: Jesús Pérez, for Ygnacio Pérez, to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1856 January 16.
148 Receipt: [N. C.?] Lewis to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1856 March 18.
149 Receipt: A. A. Lewis and Co. to J. A. Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1856 May 20.
150 Tax receipt: José Antonio G. Navarro, City Collector, to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1856 August 30.
151 Receipt: to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas [incomplete], 1856.
152 Receipt: José Antonio G. Navarro to Santiago Gutiérres for Trinidad Bustillos, San Antonio, Texas, 1857 February 25.
153 Receipt: Agustin Barrera to Santiago Gutiérres, for Trinidad Bustillos, San Antonio, Texas, 1857 February 25.
154 Receipts: R. Howard to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1856 January 3 and September 1.
155 Certificate: J. Ulrich, concerning ownership of a horse, San Antonio, Texas, possibly 1857 November 20.
156 Power of attorney: Juan María Gaye to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1858 April 30.
157 Tax Receipt: J. M. Rodríguez, Assessor and Collector, Bexar County, Texas, to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1858 June 2.
158 Tax Receipt: J. M. Rodríguez, Assessor and Collector, Bexar County, Texas to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1858 June 2.
159 Letter: María Josefa Silva, Monterey, Mexico, to José Antonio Gutiérres, 1858 June 18.
160 Tax receipts: José Antonio G. Navarro, City Collector, to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1858 July 30.
161 Receipt: E. G. A. Schaffter to Mr. Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1858 October 22.
162 Receipt: Alejandro Modesto Ruiz to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1858 December 23.
163 Tax receipt: H. Canterbury, Bexar County, Texas, Assessor and Collector, to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1859 March 30.
164 Receipt: F. Guilbeau to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1859 August 25.
165 Power of attorney: Josefa Silva to Antonio Gutiérrez, Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, 1859 October 25.
166 Power of attorney: Josefa Silva to Antonio Gutiérres, Monterey, Mexico [manuscript copy], 1859 October 25.
167 Receipt: A. Netté to Mr. Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1859 December 20.
168 Account statement and receipt: W. B. Leigh to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1860 February 8.
169 Receipt: F. Giraud to Petra Martínez, San Antonio, Texas, 1860 August 17.
170 Plat and field notes: F. Giraud, Surveyor, Survey No. 31, Domingo Bustillo estate, San Antonio, Texas, 1860 October 11.
171 Release: Samuel A. Maverick, claim to Domingo Bustillo property, San Antonio, Texas, 1860 December 1.
172 Bill of sale: William Mullen to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1861 January 7.
173 Account statement: to Antonio Gutiérres, circa 1861.
174 Tax receipt: J. D. Logan, Collector, to Antonio Gutiérres, 1862 May 1.
175 Bill of sale: Manuel Gortari to Santiago Gutiérres, Rio Grande, Texas, 1862 July 3.
176 Letter: María Concepción Gutiérres, Piedras Negras, Mexico, to Antonio Gutiérres, 1862 August 28.
177 Itinerary: San Antonio, Texas, to Leona, Texas, John Twohig, San Antonio, Texas, 1862 October 6.
178 Letter: A. Berth____, Piedras Negras, Mexico, to M. Faucon, San Antonio, Texas, 1863 January 17.
179 Letter: Antonio Gutiérres, Rancho de Santiago, Mexico, to his son, 1863 March 7.
180 Letter: Antonio Gutiérres, Paso del Aguila, Texas, to Father [José Antonio Gutiérres], 1863 March 23.
181 Letter: Antonio Bustillos, Dalton, Georgia, to Petra Martínes de Bustillos, 1864 March 1.
182 Letter: José Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, to his son, 1864 April 12.
183 Letter: Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, to Antonio Gutiérres [son], 1864 June 12.
184 Special orders: Santos Benavides, Col. S. Benavides Regiment, to Antonio Gutiérres, Laredo, Texas, 1864 August 12. Appended orders: Drayton to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1864 August 22.
185 Letter: Antonio Bustillos, Atlanta, Georgia, to Trinidad Bustillos de Gutiérres, 1864 August 15.
186 Pass: A. M. Ruiz to Santiago Gutiérres, Laredo, Texas, 1864 August 16.
187 Letter: José Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, to Antonio Gutiérres, possibly 1864 August 29.
188 Tax receipt: P. L. Buquor, Mayor, San Antonio, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, 1864 August 31.
189 Tax receipt: J. D. Logan, Collector, to Antonio Gutiérres, 1865 February 15.
190 Certificate: George Snow, request for a pass for Antonio Gutiérres, 1865 May 1.
191 Certificate: A. Seimering, Chief Justice, Bexar County, Texas, issued to Francisco Hernández for taking the oath of amnesty, San Antonio, Texas, 1866 January 6.
192 Letter: Josefa Silva, Monterey, Mexico, to José Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1866 April 22.
193 Bill of sale: José María Martínes to Domingo Bustillo, 1866 July 28.
194 Bill of sale: Federico Rodríguez to Miguel Gutiérres, Misión de la Espada, Texas, 1866 December 26.
195 Certificate: J. Antonio Gutiérres, oath and registration as qualified elector, Bexar County, San Antonio, Texas, 1867 July 16.
196 Receipt: Louis Rummel to Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1868 February 28.
197 Receipt: Louis Rummel to Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1868 April 12.
198 Receipt: Juan José Mole to Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1868 April 12.
199 Receipt: Juan José Mole to Antonio Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1868 May 3.
200 Agreement: Juan Manuel Borrego and Antonio Gutiérres, 1868 August 8.
201 Summons: M. Slocum, Clerk, District Court, Bexar County, Texas, summons for José Antonio Gutiérres, in case of B. Muller vs. C. Zimmerman, 1868 September 14.
202 Receipt: Juan José Mole to Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1868 September 24.
203 Letter: Porfirio Cantú Chapa, San José Mission, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, 1868 November 1.
204 Account statement: to Antonio Gutiúrres, San Antonio, Texas, 1868 December 4.
205 Bill of lading: Santiago Gutiérres to W. A. Bennett and Co., San Antonio, Texas, 1869 March 23.
206 Tax receipt: C. Nuñez, Bexar County Assessor and Collector, to Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1869 June 2.
207 Certificate: oath and registration, Santiago Gutiérres as qualified elector, San Antonio, Texas, 1869 November 18.
208 Bill of sale: Santiago Gutiérres to J. S. Lockwood, San Antonio, Texas, 1870 November 30.
209 Report: Batallón de Toluca, Compañia de Granados, medical report, San Antonio, Texas, 1870 December 22. Appended estate record: possibly Domingo Bustillo estate, undated. See also folder 136.
210 Bill of sale: Claudio Tailles to Francisco Herrera, Rancho de la Medina, 1871 February 9.
211 Letter: Genovevo García, Monterey, Mexico, to José Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1871 May 29.
212 Certificate: Francisco Peña, Deputy Inspector for Hides and Animals, Starr County, Texas, to Manuel Cuellar and Antonio Gutiérres, San Javier Rancho, 1871 November 3.
213 Notice: Gustav Frasch, City Assessor, San Antonio, Texas, to José Antonio Gutiérrez, 1872 May 21.
214 Circular: Apolonio Rodríguez, letter to the editors of the Express, Piedras Negras, Mexico, 1872 October 10.
215 Oath: Antonio García, intention to become a U.S. citizen, San Antonio, Texas, 1872 October 16.
216 Invitation: Juan E. Barrera, Secretary, Giraud and Deats Club, San Antonio, Texas, 1872 November 28.
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3 217 Promissory note: Francisco Robles to Eutiquio García, 1873 May 28.
218 Receipt: J. H. Kampmann to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1873 August 1.
219 Deed: José María Bustillo and Juana Delgado de Bustillo to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1873 August 5.
220 Deed of trust: Santiago Gutiérres and Trinidad Bustillo y Gutiérres to J. V. Scheiner, San Antonio, Texas, 1873 August 6.
221 Promissory note: Santiago Gutiérres and Trinidad Bustillos de Gutiérres to B. Mauermann, San Antonio, Texas, 1873 September 17.
222 Letter: Claudio Tailles, Medina, Texas, to Jorge Palacios and Antonio Gonzáles, 1873 December 16.
223 Bills: 2 items, St. Mary's Institute to A. Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1873.
224 Bill of lading: to H. J. Huck and Co., Cuero, Texas, 1874 June 16.
225 Letter: Peter Briesh, San Antonio, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, 1874 September 26.
226 Receipt: N. Mailhes to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1874 October 9.
227 Letter: Ed Steves, San Antonio, Texas, to Jul. Dumas, 1874 October 23.
228 Bills: 4 items, St. Mary's Institute to A. Gutiérrez San Antonio, Texas, 1874.
229 Account statement: Y. Bonkart to Antonio García, circa 1874.
230 Letter: Genovevo García, Monterey, Mexico, to José Antonio Gutiérrez, 1875 April 6.
231 Letter: N. Mailhes, Concepción, to Santiago Gutiérrez, 1875 September 13.
232 Promissory note: J. A. Tytel to Jacinto Elizondo, San Antonio, Texas, 1876 March 7.
233 Receipt: M. Feille for Nicolas Mailhes to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1876 March 29.
234 Receipt: E. Zambois for Nicolas Mailhes to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1876 May 4.
235 Receipt: Narciso Leal to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio de Bexar, Texas, 1876 October 2.
236 Statement: José Antonio Gutiérrez, granting Concepción Gutiérrez right to sell property in Atascosa County, Texas, 1876 October 16.
237 Tax receipt: E. J. Chávez, Collector, Bexar County, Texas, to José Antonio Gutiérrez, 1877 April 2.
238 Tax receipt: Julius Hoyer, City Collector, to José Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1877 April 16.
239 Letter: Eutequio García, Rio Grande, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1877 May 16.
240 Letter: Rafael Arredondo, San Antonio, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, 1877 July 19.
241 Lease: José Antonio Gutiérrez to Rafael Martínez, San Antonio, Texas, 1877 October 22.
242 Lease: José Antonio Gutiérrez to Lino Sánches and Juan M. Chávez, 1878 May 1.
243 Receipt: E. García Pérez é Hijo to Santiago Gutiérres, San Diego, 1878 June 12.
244 Notice: James H. French, Mayor, San Antonio, Texas, to José Antonio Gutiérrez, 1878 June 28.
245 Receipt: Manuel Yturri for Matias Peña, to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1878 August 19.
246 Commitment: State of Texas vs. Chon Rodrique and [unknown first name] Cimon, Goliad, Texas, 1878 November 7.
247 Receipt: A. M. Bruni for Santiago Gutiérres, to Leon Leonard, Laredo, Texas, 1879 March 19.
248 Lease: José Antonio Gutiérres to Juan Manuel Chávez, San Antonio, Texas, 1879 June 1.
249 Receipt: Nicklas Bluntzer to Santiago Gutiérres, 1879 July 18.
250 Bill of sale: John Ploch to Santiago Gutiérres, Mission San Juan, Texas, 1879 July 27.
251 Letter: Silvere Tiblier, New Orleans, Louisiana, to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1880 January 19.
252 Tax sale deed: G. W. M. Duck, Tax Collector, Atascosa County, Texas, to W. W. Robbins, 1880 July 8.
253 Receipt: A. Bruni to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1880 December 11.
254 Power of attorney: Manuel Valderez and Antonita Gutiérrez to Santiago Gutiérrez, 1882 August 12.
255 Deposit slip: San Antonio National Bank to Santiago Gutiérrez, for account of J. W. Riddle, San Antonio, Texas, 1882 October 2.
256 Receipt: Fred Bader, Constable, to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1883 January 2.
257 Promissory note: Santiago Gutiérres and Emil Meyer to T. C. Frost, San Antonio, Texas, 1883 June 6. Attached letter: Emil Meyer, San Antonio, Texas, to T. C. Frost, 1883 June 6.
258 Account statement: Alamo Cement Co. to José García, 1883 September 25.
259 Letter: Andrés G. Elizondo, Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1883 October 23.
260 Letter: Eligio García, Peña Station, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, La Piedra, 1883 December 27.
261 Bill: Juan Cárdenas, President, Sociedad Mutualista Mexicana, for contribution to the family of J. M. Peñaloza, San Antonio, Texas, 1884 January 24. Appended receipt: José Cassiano to S. Gutiérres.
262 Account statement: T. E. Connor to Santiago Gutiérrez, Jr., San Antonio, Texas, 1884 August 7.
263 Letter: Frank Ashley, Covington, Georgia, to Adolfo Gutiérres, 1884 December 5.
264 Letter: Luis García, Peña, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1884 December 9.
265 Order: Thad W. Smith, County Clerk, Bexar County, Texas, order for A. Y. Walton, Santiago Gutiérres, Narciso Ybara, Juan Navarro, and José María Escalera to lay out and mark a road, 1885 February 25.
266 Receipt: Narciso Leal to Juan Benavides, San Antonio, Texas, 1885 April 29.
267 Receipt: J. F. Cany to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1885 May 7.
268 Account statement: Milburn Wagon Co. to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1885 September 29.
269 Account statement: A. Heusinger to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1885 November 12.
270 Promissory notes: 6 items, Santiago Gutiérres to Milburn Wagon Co., San Antonio, Texas, 1885.
271 Receipt: M. Halff and Bro. to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1886 April 20.
272 Receipt: Milburn Wagon Company to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1886 July 14.
273 Promissory notes: 3 items, Santiago Gutiérres to Milburn Wagon Co., San Antonio, Texas, 1886.
274 Account statements: 2 items, A. Heusinger to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1886.
275 Summons: Santiago Gutiérrez, 1887 February 26.
276 Letter: Jesús María Vela, San Antonio, Texas, to Gregorio Treviño, 1887 May 28.
277 Receipt: Milburn Wagon Co. to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1887 June 1.
278 Letter: E. E. Dennery, Corpus Christi, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérrez, 1887 June 20.
279 Receipt: Chávez, Morin and Co. to Santiago Gutiérres, for Alvino Benavides, San Antonio, Texas, 1887 July 27.
280 Receipt: Francisco Pérez to George Palacios, for Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1887 September 8.
281 Receipt: Francisco Pérez to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1887 September 8.
282 Letter: Frank Barnard, San Antonio, Texas, to Mr. Leal, 1887 October 15.
283 Bill of sale: George Lewis to [unknown first name] Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1887 October 15.
284 Deposit slips: 2 items, T. C. Frost to Santiago Gutiérrez, for John F. Camp, 1887 October.
285 Receipt: Goldfrank, Frank and Co. to S. Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1887 December 5.
286 Certificate: W. B. Austin, Deputy Inspector of Hides and Animals, Duval County, Texas, to Adolfo Gutiérres, 1887 December 17.
287 Receipt: Milburn Wagon Co. to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1888 March 12.
288 Promissory note: Santiago Gutiérres to A. Heusinger, San Antonio, Texas, 1888 March 14.
289 Letter: Blas M. Ybañez, San Antonio, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérrez, 1888 June 26.
290 Letter: E. E. Dennery, San Antonio, Texas, to Cristoval, 1888 August 30.
291 Account statements: 2 items, Milburn Wagon Co. to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1888.
292 Receipt: L. Frank to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1889 January 7.
Receipt: L. Frank to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1889 January 10.
Receipt: L. Frank to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1889 January 10.
293 Letter: Adolfo Gutiérres, San Fernando de Piedras, to Santiago Gutiérres, 1889 March 24.
294 Summons: Thad W. Smith, County Clerk, Bexar County, Texas, summons to Santiago Gutiérres, to appear before the Board of Equalization, San Antonio, Texas, 1889 July 1.
295 Account statement: Milburn Wagon Co. to José María Cárdenas, San Antonio, Texas, 1889 October 2.
296 Account statements: 3 items, Milburn Wagon Co. to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1889.
297 Promissory notes: 6 items, Santiago Gutiérres to Milburn Wagon Co., San Antonio, Texas, 1889.
298 Receipt: Emil Meyer to Santiago Gutiérrez for Guadalupe Cabazos, San Antonio, Texas, 1890 May 18.
299 Marriage records: Ygnacio Garza and Gertrudes Ramírez, 1890 August 10. Appended church record, 1874 April 2.
300 Receipt: L. Frank to Santiago Gutiérrez for Ramírez and Alderete, San Antonio, Texas, 1890 October 28.
301 Bill of sale: N. Bluntzer, by Ashley and Tuffly to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1890 December 4.
302 Letter: Juan J. Young, Santa Anita Ranch, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1890 December 22.
303 Account statements: 3 items, Milburn Wagon Co. to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1890.
304 Promissory notes: 2 items, Santiago Gutiérres to Milburn Wagon Co., San Antonio, Texas, 1890.
305 Notebook: possibly Eduardo Gutiérres, poetry, circa 1890.
306 Statement: Antonio R. Camarillo to Santiago Gutiérres, permission to sell horses, circa 1890.
307 Memorandum: transactions with Frank Ashley, circa 1890.
308 Account statement: Santiago Gutiérres to Sostenes Rodríguez, circa 1890.
309 Promissory notes: 2 items, Santiago Gutiérres to Milburn Wagon Co., San Antonio, Texas, 1891 March 5.
310 Bill of sale: Florentino Casas to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1891 March 28.
311 Letter: Victoriano Hinojosa, Rancho de Santa Monica, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérrez, Misión de la Espada, Texas, 1891 April 20.
312 Certificate: W. Downs, Inspector of Hides and Animals, Starr County, Texas, to Librado Peña and Co., 1891 June 30.
313 Letter: Jesús María Vela, Hidalgo, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, 1891 July 19.
314 Statement: Eduardo Treviño to Santiago Gutiérrez, authorization to sell mares, San Antonio, Texas, 1891 July 23.
315 Letter: Francisco P. Peña Guerra, San Antonio Viejo, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, 1891 September 18.
316 Statement and receipt: Sostenes Rodríguez to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1891 October 31.
317 Promissory notes: 3 items, Santiago Gutiérres to Alling and Cumins, San Antonio, Texas, 1891.
318 Letter: Manuel Guerra, Roma, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1892 April 20.
319 Letter: S. S. Camp, Ponca, to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1892 April 28. Appended letter: M. Benavides to Santiago Gutiérres, undated.
320 Letter: Braulio R. Ramírez, Rio Grande City, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérrez, 1892 May 24.
321 Power of attorney: Manuel Valderas to Santiago Gutiérres, Guerrero, 1892 June 28.
322 Receipt: R. J. Hofheinz and Bro. to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1892 September 6.
323 Receipts: 2 items, M. Halff and Bro. to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1892.
324 Receipt: Sostenes Rodríguez to Santiago Gutiérres, circa 1893 January.
325 Letter: L. Peña and Co., Rio Grande City, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1893 March 22.
326 Receipt: R. Guerra to Manuel Rodríguez, San Antonio, Texas, 1893 August 10.
327 Letter: C. Ochoa, Laredo, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1893 August 10.
328 Bill of lading: Pacific Express Co. to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1893 August 11.
329 Bill and receipt: J. R. Lee to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1893 September 23.
330 Handbill: Botica Hidalgo, San Antonio, Texas, 1893 October 1.
331 Letter: R. M. West, Rio Grande City, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1893 October 18.
332 Letter: Ricardo Silva, San Diego, Texas, to Santiago Gutiérres, 1893 November 7.
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4 333 Account statements: 2 items, Alex Varga to Santiago Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1894 January 1.
334 Checks: 2 items, S. Villanueva to R. J. Hofheinz, San Antonio, Texas, 1894 July 9.
335 Receipt: Pablo Cruz to Santiago Gutiérrez for Cayetano Ochoa, San Antonio, Texas, 1894 November 26.
336 Receipt: Thomas P. McCall, Bexar County, Texas, Sheriff, to Santiago Gutiérres, San Antonio, Texas, 1896 January 27.
337 Draft: José Ramírez to J. F. Jones and Co., on account of Santiago Gutiérrez, Rio Grande City, Texas, 1896 June 21.
338 Promissory note: Santiago Gutiérres to D. J. Woodward, San Antonio, Texas, 1896 September 11.
339 Citation: J. W. Little, in J. M. Wright vs. J. W. Little, 1900 April 3.
340 Warrant: for J. W. Little, in State of Texas vs. J. W. Little, 1900 April 3.
341 Warrant of appraisement: Frank McC. Newton, Clerk County Court, Bexar County, Texas, to Frank Ashley, Santiago Gutiérrez, and J. B. Chavagneux, appraisal of the estate of Francisca Aguilar de Flores, San Antonio, Texas, 1901 January 22.
342 Promissory note: Ernesto Gutiérrez to Trinidad Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1909 November 25.
343 Receipt: Mackey Brick and Tile Mfg. Co. to Gutiérrez, 1910 March 5.
344 Commission: E. J. Ashley, Judge of Election, Election Precinct No. 47, Bexar County, Texas, and Otto Graff, Eduardo Gutiérrez, and R. H. Still, Judges of Election, 1910 April 1.
345 Commission: E. J. Ashley, Presiding Judge of Election, Election Precinct No. 47, Bexar County, Texas, and Otto Graff, Eduardo Gutiérrez, and Eduardo Guerrero, Judges of Election, 1911 February 23.
346 Certificate of election: P. H. Shook, County Judge, Bexar County, Texas, to Eduardo Gutiérrez, election as Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 6, San Antonio, Texas, 1912 November 20.
347 Stock certificate: Pilot Knob Gas and Oil Co. to Eduardo Gutiérrez, 1915 November 22.
348 Deposit warrant: Frank R. Newton, County Clerk, Bexar County, Texas, to Eduardo Gutiérrez, Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 6, San Antonio, Texas, 1916 December 2.
349 Burial permit: Frank R. Newton, Local Registrar, to Eduardo Gutiérrez, for burial of Antonio Gutiérrez, San Antonio, Texas, 1919 March 31.
350 Commission: J. J. McCollum, Presiding Judge of Election, Precinct No. 61, Bexar County, Texas, and Ed Gutiérrez, W. P. Rote, Jr., and Otto Graff, Judges of Election, 1924 February 28.
351 Letter: John W. Tobin to W. S. Anderson, San Antonio, Texas, 1925 April 18.
352 Order: Augustus McCloskey, County Judge, Bexar County, Texas, to J. K. Lamm, Presiding Judge, Voting Precinct No. 82, John J. McCollum, Judge, and Ed B. Gutiérrez, Clerk, 1925 September 15.
353 Receipt: N. B. Bardell to Mr. Gutiérrez, 1925 December 25.
354 Letter: John K. Weber, San Antonio, Texas, to unknown recipient, 1928 August 20.
355 Deputation: Eduardo B. Gutiérrez, Deputy Sheriff, Bexar County, Texas, 1929 January 9.
356 Certificate: Award of Merit to María Gutiérrez, Texas Centennial Historical Contest, 1936 November 10.

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Series 2: Undated material

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4 357 Account statement: [unknown first name] Bustillo to Antonio Huizar.
358 Petition: [unknown first name] Lafuente to Domingo Bustillo.
359 Account statement: Domingo Bustillo.
360 Estate record: Bustillo family.
361 List: property of José Antonio Gutiérres.
362 Land records: José Antonio Gutiérrez tract.
363 Bill: Santiago Gutiérres, claims against an unknown person.
364 Letter: Lazaro P. Peña to Santiago Gutiérrez.
365 Notice: F. E. Grothaus, meeting of Jury of View.
366 Advertising card: Cataract Bar, San Antonio, Texas.
367 Handbill: Amayo's Mexican Electric Liver Cure.
368 Genealogical material: Gutiérrez family.

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Series 3: Memorandum books, 1850-1903

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4 369 Financial and family records: Antonio Gutiérres and Santiago Gutiérres, 1850-1877.
370 Financial records and miscellaneous notes: Santiago Gutiérres, 1853-1903.
371 Financial and family records: Santiago Gutiérres, 1854-1891.

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Series 4: Books, 1873

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4 372 Libro Tercero por El Doctor Mándevil. New York: D. Appleton y Ca., 1873. Inscribed by José Gutiérres, Adolfo Gutiérres, and Emilia Gutiérres.

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Series 5: Separated material, 1855, 1936, undated

See separation sheet in reading room for the location of these items.
Plat: "Plat of the division of the Rincón del Alamito among the heirs of Domingo Bustillo, deceased," F. Giraud, Surveyor, 1855 August 28.
Plat: division of the Rincón del Alamito among the heirs of Domingo Bustillo, possibly 1855 August 28.
Medal: Award of Merit to María Gutiérrez, Texas Centennial Historical Contest, 1936.
Photograph: Santiago Gutiérres and Trinidad Bustillo, 1 copy print.
Photographs: Santiago Gutiérres, 5 copy prints.

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