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Overview

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Personal correspondence, 1836-1922,

Papers relating to surveying period, 1837-1847,

Papers involving land transactions, 1838-1881,

Legal documents, 1836-1878,

Record books, 1840-1877,

Business diaries, 1834-1876,

Financial documents, 1836-1902,

Lindsey family material, 1837-1907,

Maps, undated,

Printed materials, 1838, 1864, undated,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Lindsay Family:

An Inventory of Lindsey Family Papers at the Texas State Archives, 1834-1922



Overview

Creator: Lindsay family.
Title: Lindsey family papers
Dates: 1834-1922
Abstract: These papers are correspondence, both business and personal; appointments; certificates; deeds of land sales; survey field notes; original lands grants; statements of land sales; judgements and lawsuits; bills of sales; probate materials; record books; business diaries; receipts and notes of bills due; notes of expenditures; a muster roll; biographical material; maps of lands surveyed; funerary materials; and clippings. Materials date from 1834 to 1922 and are the Lindsey family papers. A major period covered is William Lindsey's time as county surveyor, 1838-1841, and during 1850-1889 when the land business was booming. There is a series of letters between J.E. McCord and Queene Lindsey, 1876-1881, which discusses the sale of lands from William Lindsey's estate. Other important items include several original land grants assigned by presidents and early governors of Texas, and copies of several deeds of land sales. Most of these deeds document land sales within the town of San Marcos, Texas.
Quantity: 0.71 cubic ft.
Language English.

Biographical Sketch

Colonel William Lindsey was born in Georgia on May 17, 1801. He became a farmer and gold prospector. In 1837, while prospecting in Texas, he met Robert Trimble, and they contracted out to survey Galveston Island. Upon completion of this in 1838, they went to San Antonio, where Robert Trimble was appointed County Surveyor of Bexar County and William Lindsey was made Deputy County Surveyor. Lindsey was later appointed County Surveyor, serving in this capacity from 1839 to 1841. In 1839 Lindsey brought his family to settle in San Antonio. From approximately 1843 to 1847 he served as District Surveyor in Fayette County. In 1848 he came to San Marcos. He helped to lay out this town and opened a land title and real estate company with his cousin, J.E. McCord. He worked in this business until his death, on November 16, 1852. His son, Andrew F. Lindsey and a daughter, Queene Lindsey, continued to work with the business. Throughout William Lindsey's stay in Texas he succeeded in purchasing large tracts of land. Many of these were sold after his death.

William Lindsey married Mary Chandler and they had four children who grew past infancy. Louisiana Lindsey married J. N. Blair. After his death she married Herbert W. Harvey. William F. Lindsey served in the Confederate Army, worked some with the family business, and became a County Sheriff in 1857. He died in the 1870s. Andrew M. Lindsey worked with the family business and served as County Tax Assessor and Collector in 1851, 1852, and 1854. He served in the Confederate Army, dying at the close of the Civil War. Mary E. Lindsey died at the age of five. Queene E. Lindsey worked with the family business, and along with her sister, Mrs. Harvey, and their cousin, J.E. McCord, was involved in numerous sales of land from William Lindsey's estate.

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Scope and Contents of the Records

These papers are: correspondence, both business and personal; appointments; certificates; deeds of land sales; survey field notes; original land grants; statements of land sales; judgements and lawsuits; bills of sale; probate materials; record books; business diaries; receipts and notes of bills due; notes of expenditures; a muster roll; biographical material; maps of lands surveyed; funerary materials; and clippings.

The Lindsey Family Papers cover the years 1834 to 1922. The bulk of the material deals with the period when Lindsey was County Surveyor of Bexar County, Texas, 1838-1841, and also with the period 1850-1889. These dates cover a period in which there were many land transactions and correspondence was heavy between family members. The period containing the least amount of material is 1890-1922.

There is a series of letters between J. E. McCord and Queene Lindsey, 1876-1881, which discusses the sale of lands from William Lindsey's estate. Other important items included in this collection consist of several original land grants assigned by various presidents and early governors of Texas, and copies of several deeds of land sales. Most of these deeds document land sales within the town of San Marcos, Texas.

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Organization of the Records

The Lindsey family papers are organized into 10 series and 11 subseries:
Personal correspondence, 1836-1922, 0.1 cubic ft. (49 leaves)
Papers relating to surveying period, 1837-1847, 0.1 cubic ft. (77 leaves)
  • Period while surveying Galveston, 1837, fractional (3 leaves)
  • Period as surveyor of Bexar County, 1838-1841, 0.1 cubic ft. (69 leaves)
  • Period as district surveyor in Fayette County, 1843-1847, fractional (5 leaves)
Papers involving land transactions, 1838-1881, fractional (61 leaves)
  • Correspondence, 1841-1881, fractional (34 leaves)
  • Deeds of land sales, 1844-1878, fractional (15 leaves)
  • Original land grants, 1838-1847, fractional (4 leaves)
  • Field notes of surveys, 1838, 1858, fractional (2 leaves)
  • Statements of lands sales for William and A. M. Lindsey, 1838-1878, fractional (6 leaves)
Legal documents, 1836-1878, fractional (24 leaves)
  • Lawsuits and judgments, 1851-1862, fractional (10 leaves)
  • Bills of sale of slaves, 1843, 1852, fractional (2 leaves)
  • Probate materials, 1836-1878, fractional (12 leaves)
Record books, 1840-1877, 0.1 cubic ft. (2 bound volumes)
Business diaries, 1834-1876, 0.1 cubic ft. (8 bound volumes)
Financial documents, 1836-1902, 0.1 cubic ft. (77 leaves)
Lindsey family material, 1837-1907, fractional (12 leaves)
Maps, undated, fractional (3 leaves)
Printed materials, 1838, 1864, undated, fractional (34 leaves)

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

None.

Restrictions on Use

Under the Copyright Act of 1976 as amended in 1998, unpublished manuscripts are protected at a minimum through December 31, 2002 or 70 years after the author's death. Researchers are responsible for complying with the Copyright Law.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the papers. The terms can be used to find similar or related materials.
Personal Names:
Lindsey, William, 1801-1852.
Family Names:
Lindsay family.
Subjects:
Surveying--Texas.
Surveyors--Texas.
Land grants--Texas.
Land titles--Texas.
Land use--Texas.
Places:
San Marcos (Tex.)
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas--Lindsay family--1834-1922.
Legal documents--Texas--Lindsay family--1834-1922.
Financial records--Texas--Lindsay family--1834-1922.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by these papers. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
None.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 1981/160

The actual dates of accession and the donor of this collection are unknown. The accession number was assigned for control purposes in May 1981.

Processing Information

Laura K. Saegert, May 1981

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Personal correspondence, 1836-1922,
0.1 cubic ft. (49 leaves)

Papers are personal correspondence between friends and Lindsey family members; letters discussing financial matters which do not pertain to land transactions; and letters of introduction. Correspondence dates from 1836 to 1922. Several letters, dating from 1864 to 1865, were written by Andrew M. Lindsey to his family while fighting in the Civil War.
Arrangement
The materials are arranged chronologically.
Index Terms
Family Names:
Lindsay family.
Places:
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas--Lindsay family--1836-1922.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Personal correspondence, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Correspondence:
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1981/160-1 1. 1836-1845,
12 leaves
2. 1850-1867,
17 leaves
3. 1876-1922,
15 leaves
4. undated,
5 leaves

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Papers relating to surveying period, 1837-1847,
0.1 cubic ft. (77 leaves)

Papers are correspondence, appointments of surveyors, a certificate as a district surveyor, and drafts of oaths and notices, dating from 1837 to 1847. Papers relate to William Lindsey's service as surveyor in Galveston, Bexar County, and Fayette County, Texas.
Organization
These items are organized into three subseries:
Period while surveying Galveston, 1837, fractional (3 leaves)
Period as Surveyor of Bexar County, 1838-1841, 0.1 cubic ft. (69 leaves)
Period as District Surveyor in Fayette County, 1843-1847, fractional (5 leaves)
Index Terms
Personal Names:
Lindsey, William, 1801-1852.
Subjects:
Land use--Texas.
Surveying--Texas--Galveston Island.
Surveying--Texas--Bexar County.
Surveying--Texas--Fayette County.
Surveyors--Texas.
Places:
Galveston Island (Tex.)
Bexar County (Tex.)
Fayette County (Tex.)
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas--Surveying--1837-1847.
Field notes--Texas--Surveying--1837-1847.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the subseries), Papers relating to surveying period, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Period while surveying Galveston, 1837,
fractional (3 leaves)
Papers are letters, dating from 1837, to surveyors William Lindsey and Robert Trimble which discuss their course of action in surveying Galveston and outline problems they might encounter.
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically.
Index Terms
Subjects:
Land use--Texas.
Surveying--Texas--Galveston Island.
Places:
Galveston Island (Tex.)
Document Types:
Correspondence--Galveston Island (Tex.)--Surveying--1837.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Period while surveying Galveston, Papers relating to surveying period, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1981/160-1 5. Galveston, 1837,
3 leaves
Period as surveyor of Bexar County, 1838-1841,
0.1 cubic ft. (69 leaves)
Papers are letters requesting surveys, letters asking questions about a survey, oaths of clarification for a survey, appointments of surveyors, and letters and notices from city government regarding duties of the county surveyors. Materials date from 1838 to 1841. William Lindsey served as deputy county surveyor and later as county surveyor for Bexar County, Texas during this time period.
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically.
Index Terms
Personal Names:
Lindsey, William, 1801-1852.
Subjects:
Land use--Texas.
Surveying--Texas--Bexar County.
Surveyors--Texas.
Places:
Bexar County (Tex.)
Document Types:
Correspondence--Bexar County (Tex.)--Surveying--1838-1841.
Oaths--Bexar County (Tex.)--Surveying--1838-1841.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Period as surveyor of Bexar County, Papers relating to surveying period, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1981/160-1 6. Bexar County, letters from the General Land Office, 1838,
12 leaves
Bexar County:
7. 1838,
11 leaves:
8. Jan. - Mar. 1839,
13 leaves
9. Apr. - Dec. 1839,
10 leaves
10. Feb. - June 1840,
12 leaves
11. July 1840 - Dec. 1841,
11 leaves
Period as district surveyor in Fayette County, 1843-1847,
fractional (5 leaves)
Papers are requests for surveys and field notes, description of a survey, clarification, and a certificate as district surveyor, dating from 1843 to 1847. William Lindsey served as district surveyor in Fayette County during this time period.
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically.
Index Terms
Personal Names:
Lindsey, William, 1801-1852.
Subjects:
Land use--Texas.
Surveying--Texas--Fayette County.
Surveyors--Texas.
Places:
Fayette County (Tex.)
Document Types:
Correspondence--Fayette County (Tex.)--Surveying--1843-1847.
Field notes--Texas--Surveying--1843-1847.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Period as district surveyor in Fayette County, Papers relating to surveying period, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1981/160-1 12. Fayette County, 1843-1847,
5 leaves

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Papers involving land transactions, 1838-1881,
fractional (61 leaves)

Papers are letters involved with the sale of land, deeds of land sales, original land grants, field notes, and statements of land sales. Materials date from 1838 to 1881. Most of the deeds are for sale of blocks and lots within the city of San Marcos.
Organization
This series is organized into five subseries:
Correspondence, 1841-1881, fractional (34 leaves)
Deeds of land sales, 1844-1878, fractional (15 leaves)
Original land grants, 1838-1847, fractional (4 leaves)
Field notes of surveys, 1838, 1858, fractional (2 leaves)
Statements of land sales for William and A. M. Lindsey, 1838-1878, fractional (6 leaves)
Index Terms
Personal Names:
Lindsey, William, 1801-1852.
Subjects:
Land use--Texas.
Land titles--Texas--San Marcos.
Land grants--Texas.
Places:
San Marcos (Tex.)
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas--Land use--1841-1881.
Deeds--San Marcos (Tex.)--Land use--1844-1878.
Field notes--Texas--Surveying--1838, 1858.
Land grants--Texas--1838-1847.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the subseries), Papers involving land transactions, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Correspondence, 1841-1881,
fractional (34 leaves)
Items in this subseries consist of letters involving the sale of land, before and after the fact, and also letters which discuss amounts paid and due to individuals involved in the land transactions. Materials date from 1841 to 1881.
Arrangement
The letters are arranged chronologically.
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1981/160-1 13. Correspondence between J. E. McCord and Queene Lindsey, 1876-1881,
15 leaves
Discusses the sale of family lands and payments to be made.
14. Correspondence, 1841-1875,
19 leaves
Deeds of land sales, 1844-1878,
fractional (15 leaves)
Most of these deeds are of the sale of blocks and lots within the city of San Marcos. Materials date from 1844 to 1878.
Arrangement
These items are arranged alphabetically by county, then survey or city name.
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1981/160-1 15. Deeds, 1844-1878,
15 leaves
Original land grants, 1838-1847,
fractional (4 leaves)
Arrangement
These items are arranged by the grant, or league name. Two of these are located in oversize.
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1981/160-1 16. Land grants, 1838-1847,
4 leaves
Field notes of surveys, 1838, 1858,
fractional (2 leaves)
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1981/160-1 17. Field notes, 1838, 1858,
2 leaves
Statements of land sales for William and A. M. Lindsey, 1838-1878,
fractional (6 leaves)
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1981/160-1 18. Statement of William Lindsey and estate, 1838, 1866,
3 leaves
19. Statement for A. M. Lindsey, 1850-1878,
3 leaves

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Legal documents, 1836-1878,
fractional (24 leaves)

Papers are legal documents, including lawsuits and judgments, bills of sale of slaves, powers of attorney, and a will, dating from 1836 to 1878. Several items deal with the settlement of William and A.M. Lindsey's estates, including an inventory, an affidavit, and a petition. Deeds, although legal documents, are included in the series Papers involving land transactions because of their relevance to land transactions.
Organization
This series is organized into three subseries by type of record:
Lawsuits and judgments, 1851-1862, 10 leaves
Bills of sale of slaves, 1843, 1852, 2 leaves
Probate materials, 1836-1878, 12 leaves
Index Terms
Personal Names:
Lindsey, William, 1801-1852.
Document Types:
Legal documents--Texas--Land use--1836-1878.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the subseries), Legal documents, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Lawsuits and judgments, 1851-1862,
fractional (10 leaves)
These lawsuits involve at least one member of the Lindsey family. Materials date from 1851 to 1862.
Arrangement
They are arranged alphabetically by plaintiff, then date.
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1981/160-1 20. Bob Heoshing vs. A. M. Lindsey, et al, 1862,
5 leaves
21. Lawsuits and judgements, miscellaneous, 1851-1859,
5 leaves
Bills of sale of slaves, 1843, 1852,
fractional (2 leaves)
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1981/160-1 22. Bills of sale, 1843, 1852,
2 leaves
Probate materials, 1836-1878,
fractional (12 leaves)
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1981/160-1 23. Probate, powers of attorney, 1836-1867,
7 leaves
24. Will of Jonathan Blair, 1842,
1 leaf
25. Settlement of William and A. M. Lindsey's estates, 1853-1878,
4 leaves

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Record books, 1840-1877,
0.1 cubic ft. (2 bound volumes)

Papers are two record books, dating from 1840 to 1877, which deal with business transactions, surveys conducted, and land certificates issued. One book dates from 1840 to 1849 and includes statements of payments due, lists of materials sold from Jonathan Blair's estate, lists of figures, notes of payments made, and field notes made for surveys. The other book dates from 1847 to 1877 and contains records of land sales, surveys performed and land certificates issued. The sales are entered by the buyer's name and these names are indexed. The author is unknown.
Index Terms
Personal Names:
Lindsey, William, 1801-1852.
Family Names:
Lindsay family.
Subjects:
Land titles--Texas.
Surveying--Texas.
Document Types:
Business records--Texas--Land use--1840-1877.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Record books, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1981/160-1 26. Record book, 1840-1849,
one bound volume
Entries found within this book include: statements of payments due, lists of materials sold from Jonathan Blair's estate, lists of figures, notes of payments made, field notes made for surveys, and several illegible passages. The volume covers 1840 to 1849
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1981/160-1 27. Record book, 1847-1877,
one bound volume
This book contains a record of land sales to various individuals, surveys performed and land certificates issued. The sales are entered by the buyer's name and these names are indexed. Based on internal evidence of the book and the time period involved, it is believed that this book is associated with the title and real estate company, as a type of business diary. Entries date from 1847 to 1877.

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Business diaries, 1834-1876,
0.1 cubic ft. (8 bound volumes)

Papers are business diaries, dating from 1834 to 1876. Entries include field notes of surveys; descriptions of land; lists of property rendered; lists of purchases; notes of expenditures; bills for surveying; travel notes of locating, surveying, and selling property; general travel entries; and miscellaneous figures. San Marcos is mentioned in a number of the entries. Diaries probably belonged to William Lindsey, Andrew M. Lindsey, William F. Lindsey, and J.E. McCord.
Arrangement
The diaries are arranged chronologically, then by owner.
Index Terms
Personal Names:
Lindsey, William, 1801-1852.
Family Names:
Lindsay family.
Subjects:
Land titles--Texas.
Surveying--Texas.
Places:
San Marcos (Tex.)
Document Types:
Business records--Texas--Land use--1840-1877.
Diaries--Texas--Land use--1840-1877.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Business diaries, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1981/160-1 28. Diary, Mar. - Apr. 1834,
one volume
This diary is presumably William Lindsey's because of the time period and the area involved. It contains field notes of land surveyed in San Antonio.
29. Diary of A. M. Lindsey, 1852,
one volume
The entries in this diary consist of lists of expenses and employees, field notes of land descriptions; and bills for surveying.
30. Diary of William F. Lindsey, 1852,
one volume
This diary contains very few entries; they consist largely of notes of expenditures.
31. Diary of William F. Lindsey, 1854,
one volume
This diary has entries containing notes of expenditures and notes about court cases. The case entries include the date they came to hand and executions resulting from the case, if any.
32. Diary, 1854,
one volume
The author of this diary is unknown. The diary consists of dated entries of field notes of lands surveyed. Because of the time period and the nature of the information the diary contains, it is believed that it belonged to someone connected with the title and real estate company.
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1981/160-2 1. Diary, 1855,
one volume
The author of this diary is unknown. Daily entries discuss business travels, bills paid out, surveys performed, and lands sold. Areas mentioned in the diary include Austin, Bastrop, Blanco, Gonzales, and San Marcos. Because of the time period and the nature of the information in the diary, it is believed that this diary belonged to someone connected with the title and real estate company. Several entries make reference to A. M. Lindsey, so it is suspected that the diary was owned by William F. Lindsey, or possibly J. E. McCord.
2. Diary, 1862,
one volume
The author of this diary is unknown. There are daily entries, which largely consist of places visited, cash paid out, bills collected, and land sold. There is also part of a letter in it. Places mentioned in the diary include San Saba, Camp Davis, Camp Verde and several other camps. Because of the time period involved and the numerous listings of camps and places visited, it is felt that this diary belonged to one of the sons who served in the Confederate Army, either William F. or A. M. Lindsey.
3. Diary, 1876,
one volume
The author of the diary is unknown. The entries consist of notes of expenditures and notes of bills due from various people. Reference is made to San Marcos in many entries.

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Financial documents, 1836-1902,
0.1 cubic ft. (77 leaves)

This series contains state tax receipts, miscellaneous bills and receipts, and statements of amounts due, dating from 1836 to 1902.
Arrangement
State tax receipts are separated. All other financial records are arranged chronologically. The undated items are arranged alphabetically by the recipient of the bill.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Financial documents, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1981/160-2 4. State tax receipts, 1884-1902,
4 leaves
Bills and receipts:
5. 1836-1847,
12 leaves
6. 1850-1853,
19 leaves
7. 1854-1867,
13 leaves
8. 1875-1889,
13 leaves
9. undated,
16 leaves

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Lindsey family material, 1837-1907,
fractional (13 leaves)

Papers are a muster roll, biographical material, appointments as county officials, certificate of Texas citizenship, funerary materials, and an invitation. Material dates from 1837 to 1907 and involves various members of the Lindsey family or was collected by family members. The muster roll (missing in May 1981) was a return for the Frontier Regiment, Captain McLeod, June 1864, Texas Cavalry. Appointments for surveyor are located in the series Papers relating to surveying period. Biographical material covers a number of family members.
Arrangement
By type of material.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Lindsey family materials, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1981/160-2 10. Muster roll, 1864,
1 leaf
Return of the Frontier regiment, Captain McLeod, June, 1864, Texas Calvary. (As of May, 1981, this muster roll is missing.)
11. Biographical material, after 1882,
2 leaves
These are items written by descendents of William Lindsey. The materials discuss the birth and death dates of William Lindsey, William F. Lindsey, Mary E. Harvey, William D. Harvey, and Andrew F. Harvey. There are biographical sketches of William Lindsey and Herbert S. Harvey, dating after 1882.
12. Appointments as county officials, 1851-1857,
4 leaves
The appointments in this subseries include: A. M. Lindsey as County Tax Assessor and Collector in 1851, 1852, and 1854; and William F. Lindsey as Sheriff in 1857. Appointments concerning the office of county or district surveyor are located with the series Papers relating to surveying period.
13. Certificate of Texas citizenship, 1837,
1 leaf
This certificate was issued to William Lindsey in 1837.
14. Funerary materials, 1882-1894,
3 leaves
These funerary materials involve Mary E. Lindsey, Herbert S. Harvey, and Andrew F. Harvey, and date from 1882 to 1894.
15. Invitation, 1907,
1 leaf
This invitation is from the Daughters of the Confederacy to Mrs. L. J. P. Harvey, dating 1907.

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Maps, undated,
fractional (3 leaves)

Papers are small, hand drawn maps which show survey plats and owner's tracts of land, most likely dating from the 1800s. Only one of the maps contains references to the county in which the land is located. The other maps are unidentified.
Index Terms
Subjects:
Land use--Texas.
Surveying--Texas.
Document Types:
Maps--Texas--Surveying--[18--?].
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Maps, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1981/160-2 16. Maps, undated,
3 leaves

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Printed materials, 1838, 1864, undated,
fractional (34 leaves)

Papers are printed items, including an almanac, a business card, a broadside, and newspaper clippings, dating from 1838, 1864, and undated. The clippings do not seem to relate to the Lindsey family.
Arrangement
Arranged by type of material.
Index Terms
Document Types:
Almanac--Texas--1864.
Business card--Texas--[18--?].
Clippings--Texas--[18--?].
Broadsides--Texas--1838.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Printed materials, Lindsey family papers. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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1981/160-2 17. Texas Almanac, 1864,
unbound, 26 leaves
18. Business card of A. M. Lindsey, undated,
1 leaf
19. Newspaper clippings, undated,
6 leaves
20. Broadside, 1838,
1 leaf

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