Regarding a contract for the sale of slaves named Stess [name unclear], Oliver, John, George, Sam, and Julia in exchange for 1200 cattle.
Texas Supreme Court records
Texas. Supreme Court
Texas State Library and Archives Commission, RG 201
Brazoria County (Tex.)
M-2587, M case files, Case files, Texas Supreme Court records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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Partial case file. Most of the case appears to be missing. Only pages 9, 10, 14, 17, and 39-97 are present. This case file was stolen in the 1970s and a portion was recovered through replevin efforts in 2005. James McFadin is referred to as "James McFadden" in Texas Reports.