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Samuel T. Burns Papers
Manuscript Collection: MC168
Little is known about Samuel T. Burns who was born circa 1812 in Wilkes County, Georgia, the oldest son of James W. and Charlotte Holtzclaw Burns. Burns married Eliza Smith in 1838 and resided in San Augustine, Texas.
This collection contains both a financial and a legal document dating from the period of the Republic of Texas. There is a signed 1844 bill of sale for two Negroes purchased by Samuel T. Burns from Augustus W. King for the sum of two hundred dollars. The legal document is a signed deed of sale for three hundred acres of land located in San Augustine County and purchased by Samuel T. Burns for the sum of twenty six dollars dated in 1842.
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[Identification of Item], Samuel T. Burns Papers, MC168, San Jacinto Museum of History, Houston, Texas.
Mrs. Harvey F. Cowart, January 1954.
Processed by Lisa M. Lomas, 2012.