Part 5, Note 70

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Eighth Census of the United States (1860), Schedule 1, Schedule 2, Colorado County, Texas; Colorado County Tax Rolls, 1860; Colorado County Deed Records, Book H, pp. 101, 106, 117, 441, Book I, p. 623, Book J, pp. 276, 599, 738; Book K, pp. 176, 210, 212, 240, 532, Book M, p. 145; Colorado County Bond and Mortgage Records, Book E, pp. 350, 414. Waddell had purchased his plantation from Howal A. Tatum. Strahan's plantation, which he acquired on January 27, 1858, was in the Martin D. Ramsey Survey. Shrewsbury had purchased his plantation, which was in the James Ross Survey, in partnership with James S. Tanner on April 25, 1852. He and Tanner subsequently divided the land. Newsom had purchased the old James Dickson plantation from Dickson's heirs on September 8, 1858. The land Wicks and Frazer rented was also in the James Ross Survey.