2 edition of Sketch of the life of Judge Edwin Waller found in the catalog.
Sketch of the life of Judge Edwin Waller
Philip E. Peareson
by Printed at the "News" steam book and job establishment in Galveston
Written in English
|Statement||By P. E. Peareson.|
|LC Classifications||F389 .W26|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||33016483|
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Sketch of the life of Judge Edwin Waller: Together with some of the more important events of the early Texas revolution, in which he participated, of the present capitol of Texas, & c &c Unknown Binding – January 1, by Philip E Peareson (Author) See Author: Philip E Peareson.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Peareson, Philip E., Sketch of the life of Judge Edwin Waller. Austin, Jenkins Pub. Co., Get this from a library. Sketch of the life of Judge Edwin Waller, together with some of the more important events of the early Texas Revolution, in which he participated.
[Philip E Peareson]. Get this from a library. Sketch of the life of Judge Edwin Waller: together with some of the more important events of the early Texas revolution, in which he participated, such as the battle of Velasco selecting the site and founding of the present capitol of Texas, &c &c.
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'This is a reprint of a pamphlet under the title, Sketch of the Life of Judge Edwin Waller, published at the Galveston News office inbut which has become very rare.
Who the eye-witness referred to was, cannot now be stated, but it is hoped the information may. Fort Velasco was a small circular palisade fort built by a garrison of Mexican soldiers at (what would become known as) Velasco, Texas at the present-day location of Surfside Beach on the left bank at the mouth of the Brazos name also applies to at least three other forts built at almost the same location, one during the Texas Revolution, and two during the Civil War.
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Edwin Waller (November 4, – January 3, ) was an entrepreneur, signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence, the first mayor of Austin, Texas, and the designer of its downtown grid plan.
Texas independence. He was born in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, United States, in to a family settled in the state since colonial times when they emigrated from Buckinghamshire, England. WALLER, EDWIN LEONARD (–).
Edwin Leonard Waller, signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence, was born in Spottsylvania County, Virginia, on November 4,the son of William and Susanna (White) April he arrived in Texas from Missouri, where his family had moved. A few months later, on JWaller received one league of land from the Mexican government.
"Reminiscences of Judge Edwin Waller" is an article from The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 4. View more articles from The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association.
View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. 'This is a reprint of a pamphlet,under the title, Sketch of the Life of Judge Edwin Waller, published at the Galveston News office inbut which has become very rare.
Who. the eye-witness referred. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly to A Houston paper published the following sketch of this young soldier of fortune: "Leonard Waller Groce, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Groce, was born at the old family home, "Bernardo," near Hempstead, Texas, Octo A Sketch of the Life and Times of Abraham Lincoln (To Accompany a Portrait) (Philadelphia: Bradley and Co.; Rochester, NY: R.
Curran, ), by Mary E. Mumford (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA) A Sketch of the Life and Times of Judge Haliburton, by Robert Grant Haliburton (multiple formats at ). Source code generated using This website is under heavy changes. Elements may be broken or missing.
Everything should be fully functional by the end of next week. Folio HB/DJ 82) Peareson, P.E. SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF JUDGE EDWIN WALLERfacsimile reprint of the original, Jenkins Publishing Co., Austin.
Waller was involved in the Battle of Velasco and other events that led up to the Texas Revolution, and he later helped select and establish the capitol of Texas. 25pp. Pennsylvania Cen tral road. JUoath -of Judsc Edwin " Austin Statesman, of the 6th inst, contains an obituary notice of Judge Edwin Waller, who died in that city recently at the age of 74 years Maxey or Throckmorton, as the case may appears from l to the News, that judge Edwin Waller died at his home in the country near Austin last Sunday and not on Monday as was stated.
Genealogy profile for Judge Edwin Waller, Sr. Edwin Leonard Waller, Sr. ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Edwin Leonard Waller, Sr. ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Long Description: A marker just off the road on FM, 2 miles west of Pattison (Waller County) and 15 miles south of Hempstead where Judge Waller's old plantation used to be, per another related marker at that site.
This marker, placed inprovides a short biography of Judge Edwin Waller and his contributions to Texas. Waller and Waterloo.
One of the biggest caches of information on our first mayor comes from P.E. Peareson’s "Sketch of the Life of Edwin Waller." The slender book concentrates on Waller’s heroic efforts as a pioneer and fighter during the Texas War for Independence.From dirt road to tony boulevard After being elected the first mayor of Austin inJudge Edwin Waller was tasked with designing the downtown street grid for Austin.
The grid was made up of