Statement from public notary on behalf of Antonio Maximillian and Masimo Ariola, July 8, 1854, Madison County, Texas [Digital Version]

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Fairly, James L., Statement from public notary on behalf of Antonio Maximillian and Masimo Ariola, July 8, 1854, Madison County, Texas (July 8, 1854)

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Title: Statement from public notary on behalf of Antonio Maximillian and Masimo Ariola, July 8, 1854, Madison County, Texas [Digital Version]
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Author: Fairly, James L.
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Publisher: Rice University, Houston, Texas
Publication date: 2010-06-07
Identifier: aa00105
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Provenance: A majority of the papers were purchased by Rice University from Mrs. Ora Osterhout Wade in 1958 and a second group of records arrived in October 1962. The collection register of John P. Osterhout was added to the collection in October 1965 as a gift from Herbert Herrick Fletcher. And in November 1992, Harry Yeager donated the book History of the Roberts Family to add to the collection.
Description: Notarial document, sworn statement regarding service of Antiono Maximillian and Masimo Ariola in Captain Greer's company, Republic of Texas
Source(s): Fairly, James L., Statement from public notary on behalf of Antonio Maximillian and Masimo Ariola, July 8, 1854, Madison County, Texas (July 8, 1854)
Source Identifier: Osterhout Family Papers, MS 355, Box 4 folder 5 item 21, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
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Languages used in the text: English
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Keywords: Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus
  • Legal documents
Keywords: Library of Congress Subject Headings
  • Mitchell, Edwin C.
  • Maximillian, Antonio
  • Ariola, Masimo
  • Texas. Army
  • Texas--History--Republic, 1836-1846
  • Veterans--Texas
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  • Texas (state)


State of Texas
Madison County

Before me James L. Fairly
a Notary Public in and for
said [Illegible: county] duly commissioned and sooner
personally appeared & came Edwin C. Mitchell
& to me personally
known who upon oath say that Antonio Maxi=
millian
Regularized:Maximillian
& Masimo Ariola served a tour of
duty in Capt.Captain ThosThomas N. B. Greer's Company of minute
men in the Republic of Texas. He said Maximillian
& Ariola being mustered into service at the same
time & place that affiants were mustered in; and
discharged at the same time that affiants were discharged
& performed faithfully their duties as soldiers for the same
length of time that affiants did, as evidenced by
affiants' discharges on file in the auditor's office
in Austin City.

E. C. Mitchell
Sworn to & subscribed before me
this 8th day of July 1854
To certify which I have hereto
set my hand & seal of office
J. L. Fairly
Notary
[Illegible: Dublin Mle]


Maximillian & Ariola



Rice University
Date: 2010-06-07
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