Author Biographical Info

William Parsons Miller (ca. 1802-1862) was commander of the Nashville Battalion (spared at the Goliad Massacre), served as major of Texas Calvary during the Texas Revolution, and a probate judge of Victoria County.

Publication Date

1849

Identifier

MS021-079

Keywords

Historical documents, 19th century, Texas, Victoria (TX), receipts (financial records), financial records, invoices, ephemera (general object genre)

Location

Victoria (TX)

Abstract

Paid receipt in the amount of forty dollars five months of room and board at the rate of eight dollars per month paid by Adam Stafford, guardian of (illegible). See more at John P. McGovern, MD Collection of Texas Historical Medical Documents and its finding aid.

Comments

Digital copy made available by Texas Medical Center Library.

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