Grace Noble Adkins Papers, Junior League Collection, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library. Marj Gurasich, History of Harris County Sheriff’s Department 1837–1983 (Houston: Harris County Sheriff’s Deputies’ Association, 1983). Margaret S. Henson, Houston city officials, Harris County officials, 1837–1975, and volunteer fire company officers to 1894; includes index of 1,397 names (S.l.: Southwest Center for Urban Research, 1976). Historical Marker Files, Texas Historical Commission Library, Austin. Brent H. Holcomb, Marriage and Death Notices from The (Charleston) Times, 1800-1821 (Baltimore, Maryland: Geneaological Publishing Co., 1979). Houston Daily Post, September 23, 1914. Houston Daily Telegraph, January 9, 1877. Dr. S. O. Young, True Stories of Old Houston and Houstonians (Galveston: Oscar Springer, Publisher, 1913).
- Law, Law Enforcement, and Outlaws
- Law Officers
- Late Nineteenth-Century Texas
- Upper Gulf Coast
- East Texas
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