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Jared Ellison Grose, II (1782 - 1836)

GROCE, JARED ELLISON GROCE, JARED ELLISON (1782–1839). Jared Ellison Groce, planter, public official, and the wealthiest settler in Stephen F. Austin's colony, was born in Halifax County, Virg...

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Isaac Best (1774 - 1837)

This Isaac, of the Old 300 Settlers of the Austin Colony, and son of Stephen Best and Sarah Humphrey, is sometimes confused with an Isaac Best, son of Humphrey Best and Mary Polly Cartwright. The two I...

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Cornelius Smith (1783 - 1837)

Cornelius SMITH WAS b. 23 Dec 1783 on Swearing Creek, Jersey Settlement, North Carolina Colony, d. 10 Oct 1837 in Brazoria Co., Texas Republic; m. 1 Jan 1803 Elizabeth 'Betsy' ROBERTS b. 1785 in Kentuc...

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William Roberts (c.1755 - 1826)

The first census of Austin's Colony 1826 reflects the following: William ROBERTS p.11 Married, age over 50, farmer and stockraiser Wife, Peggy, age over 50 One male child, age 16-25 One Servant ...

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Zadock Woods (1773 - 1842)

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Joshua Parker (1790 - 1838)

Texas State Historical Association PARKER, JOSHUA (1790–1838). Joshua Parker, member of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred colonists, was born on April 13, 1790, in Grayson County, Virginia...

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Amos Gates MP (1799 - 1883)

Texas State Historical Association GATES, AMOS (1799–1883). Amos Gates, said to be the first settler in Washington County, was born in Kentucky on July 25, 1799, the son of William Gates. Th...

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William Gates (1760 - 1828)

DAR Ancestor # A043587 Texas State Historical Association GATES, WILLIAM (?–1828). William Gates, Old Three Hundred colonist, was born sometime before 1760, most likely in North Carolina. ...

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JOSEPH HAMPTON KUYKENDALL (1784 - d.)

Texas State Historical Association KUYKENDALL, JOSEPH (1794–1873). Joseph Kuykendall, one of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred colonists, was born in Kentucky, probably in Henderson, in ...

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J Hampton Kuykendall (deceased)

Texas State Historical Association KUYKENDALL, JONATHAN HAMPTON (1815–1880). Jonathan Hampton (J. Hampton, Hamp) Kuykendall, Old Three Hundred settler and Republic of Texas Congressman, the ...

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J L Kuykendall (deceased)

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Daniel Gilleland (1795 - d.)

Texas State Historical Association GILLELAND, DANIEL (1795–1873). Daniel Gilleland, early Texas settler, son of William and Nancy (Johnson) Gilleland, was born in Virginia on June 9, 1795. H...

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Prescilla Gilleland (deceased)

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Thomas Boatwright (1760 - c.1830)

BOATWRIGHT, THOMAS (1760–ca. 1830). Thomas Boatwright, early Texas settler, was born in Virginia, moved to Illinois, and by 1819 was living in old Miller County, Arkansas. In the early fall ...

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Sarah Anne Kuykendall (1797 - 1857)

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ROBERT HARDIN KUYKENDALL (1788 - 1830)

Texas State Historical Association KUYKENDALL, ROBERT H., SR. (1788–1830). Robert Hardin (or Hampton) Kuykendall, an early member of the Old Three Hundred, was born in 1788 near Princeton, K...

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Abner Kuykendall (1776 - 1834)

Texas State Historical Association KUYKENDALL, ABNER (1777?–1834). Abner Kuykendall, Austin Colony pioneer, son of Adam and Margaret (Hardin) Kuykendall, was probably born in Rutherford Coun...

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Barzillai Kuykendall (c.1806 - 1873)

Texas State Historical Association KUYKENDALL, BARZILLAI (ca. 1806–1873). Barzillai (Barzilla) Kuykendall, one of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred, was born either in Kentucky or Indian...

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Martha "Polly" Andrews (deceased)

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William Andrews (b. - c.1840)

Texas State Historical Association ANDREWS, WILLIAM (?–ca. 1840). William Andrews, one of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred colonists, married Susan Clark on August 20, 1805, in St. Land...

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Randal Jones (1786 - 1873)

Captain of a Company of the Mississippi Militia in the War of 1812. JONES, RANDAL (1786–1873). Randal Jones, early Texas soldier and public official, was born in Columbus, Georgia, on Augu...

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Simeon Asa Anderson MP (c.1800 - c.1850)

Nothing seems to be known about Simeon Asa Anderson's birth date, date of death or descendants. Below from Texas State Historical Association . ANDERSON, SIMEON ASA (?–?). Simeon Asa Anderson,...

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John Andrews (c.1766 - c.1838)

From Texas State Historical Association ANDREWS, JOHN (?–1838). John Andrews, one of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred, was living in Texas as early as March 1824; he probably came from ...

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Rawson Alley (1793 - 1833)

ALLEY, RAWSON (ca. 1796-ca. 1833). Rawson Alley, pioneer settler and public official, the oldest son of Thomas Alley and his first wife, was born about 1796. He migrated in 1821 from Missouri to Texas,...

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William Alley (1799 - 1869)

ALLEY, WILLIAM A. (ca. 1800-1869). William A. Alley, one of Stephen F. Austin'sqv Old Three Hundredqv colonists, the son of Catherine (Baker) and Thomas Alley, was born in Missouri in either 1799 or 18...

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Thomas V. Alley (c.1798 - 1827)

ALLEY, THOMAS V. (?-1826). Thomas V. Alley, one of Stephen F. Austin'sqv Old Three Hundredqv colonists, was the son of Catherine (Baker) and Thomas Alley. He left Missouri in the spring of 1822 with hi...

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John C. Alley (c.1798 - 1823)

ALLEY, JOHN C. (?-ca. 1822). John C. Alley, one of the Old Three Hundred,qv was the son of Catherine (Baker) and Thomas Alley. He immigrated to Texas from Missouri in the spring of 1822 with his brothe...

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James Elijah Brown Austin (1803 - 1829)

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James Davis Allcorn MP (1797 - 1856)

Born Feb. 12, 1797 in Georgia, USA. Died Jan. 29, 1856 in Independence, Washington County, Texas, USA. He is buried in the Allcorn Family Cemetery in Independence. His parents, Elijah and Nancy Allcorn...

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Nancy Hodge (c.1770 - 1844)

With her husband, Elijah Allcorn, was one of Austin's Old Three Hundred, the early settlers of Texas.

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John Hodge Allcorn (c.1802 - 1853)

Died Jun. 7, 1853. Parents are Elijah P. Allcorn (1770 - 1844) and Nancy Hodge Allcorn (____ - 1844). His gravestone reads "Age of 51 yrs, 17 days". He was buried in the Allcorn Family Cemetery in Inde...

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Elijah Allcorn MP (1769 - 1844)

Born in 1770 in South Carolina, USA. Died Mar. 21, 1844 in Independence, Washington County, Texas, USA. Was one of Stephen F. Austin's "Old 300" settlers, settling on New Year's Creek on December 31,...

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Stephen F. Austin ("Father of Texas") MP (1793 - 1836)

Stephen Fuller Austin (November 3, 1793 – December 27, 1836), known as the Father of Texas, led the second and ultimately successful colonization of the region by bringing 300 families from ...

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Thomas J Rabb (1830 - 1915)

The Deming Graphic Deming, Luna Co. New Mexico Friday, February 26, 1915 CAPTAIN THOMAS RABB, PIONEER, DIED TUESDAY AT HOME ON PEARL Stockman, Soldier, and Indian Fighter Came to This Section...

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Andrew Rabb (1793 - 1869)

RABB, ANDREW (1793-1869). Andrew Rabb, Old Three Hundredqv colonist, legislator, and first chief justice of Fayette and Bastrop counties, son of Mary (Smalley) and William Rabb,qv was born in Pennsylva...

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Zublon Montgomery Pike Rabb (1822 - 1894)

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Mary Crownover Rabb (1805 - 1882)

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John Rabb (1798 - 1861)

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Angeline Thomas Rabb (deceased)

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Barthenia Rabb (deceased)

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Adelia Ann Rabb (deceased)

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Mary Louisa Rabb (deceased)

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Ulysses Rabb (deceased)

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Serena Rabb (b. - 1836)

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Thomas J. Rabb (c.1795 - 1842)

One of the earliest settlers of Texas, part of Austin's Old 300. "The Rabbs arrived in the Austin Colony are by December 1821." Reference p. 69 Austin's Old Three Hundred

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Andrew Rabb Newman (1830 - 1902)

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Sarah Jane Newman (1817 - 1876)

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Rebecca Elizabeth Newman (1820 - 1907)

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Minerva M Newman (1814 - 1846)

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Louisa Newman (1812 - 1848)

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William Rabb Newman (1810 - 1891)

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Mary Elizabeth Newman (1807 - 1846)

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Joseph Austin Newman (1824 - 1872)

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Mary Rabb (1774 - 1831)

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William Rabb (1770 - c.1832)

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Rachel Rabb (1790 - 1872)

Rachel Rabb & Joseph Newman were part of the earliest settlers of Texas - called Austin's Old 300. Texas was part of Mexico at the time.

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Joseph Newman (c.1787 - 1831)

Rachel Rabb & Joseph Newman were part of the earliest settlers of Texas - called Austin's Old 300. Texas was part of Mexico at the time. From Texas State Historical Association: NEWMAN, JOSEPH (1...

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