University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the David Ayres Papers, 1855



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Ayres, David
Title: David Ayres Papers
Dates: 1855
Abstract: David Ayres was a merchant in Texas, 1832-1847, when he became a deputy United States Marshal in Galveston. Papers consist of a draft of indenture, April 1855, between David Ayers and David Theodore Ayers to retire the debts of David Ayers; and a deposition by David Ayers, April 13, 1855, in his court suit against the estate of Henry Hubbell for recovery of debts.
Accession No.: 88-152
Extent: 2 items
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

David Ayres was a merchant in Texas, 1832-1847, when he became a deputy United States Marshal in Galveston.


Scope and Contents

Papers consist of a draft of indenture, April 1855, between David Ayers and David Theodore Ayers to retire the debts of David Ayers; and a deposition by David Ayers, April 13, 1855, in his court suit against the estate of Henry Hubbell for recovery of debts. The surname was spelled both Ayres and Ayers by different family members. Papers arranged chronologically.


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Access Restrictions

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Index Terms

Subjects
Ayres, David, 1793-1878--Archives.
Hubbell, Henry.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

David Ayres Papers, 1855, Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.


Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Inventory

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2D40 Papers, 1855