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Collin McKinney was born in New Jersey in 1766. He was a surveyor who came to Texas in 1831. After serving at the Convention of 1836, McKinney was a representative to the Texas Congress from 1836-1840.

Collin McKinney was born in New Jersey in 1766. He was a surveyor who came to Texas in 1831. After serving at the Convention of 1836, McKinney was a representative to the Texas Congress from 1836-1840.

Bailey Hardeman was born in 1795 in Tennessee and came to Texas in September of 1835. A lawyer and veteran of the War of 1812, he organized the Matagorda militia soon after his arrival in Texas and was also elected Secretary of the Treasury of the interim government. Six months after his arrival in Texas, Hardeman served on a committee that drafted the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico. In September of 1836, he died at his home in Matagorda County.

Bailey Hardeman was born in 1795 in Tennessee and came to Texas in September of 1835. A lawyer and veteran of the War of 1812, he organized the Matagorda militia soon after his arrival in Texas and was also elected Secretary of the Treasury of the interim government. Six months after his arrival in Texas, Hardeman served on a committee that drafted the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico. In September of 1836, he died at his home in Matagorda County.

James Swisher was born in 1794 and came to Texas in 1833. He served in the Texas Army from 1835-1836.

James Swisher was born in 1794 and came to Texas in 1833. He served in the Texas Army from 1835-1836.

Charles Stanfield Taylor was born in England in 1808 and came to Texas in 1828. He was a member of the Convention of 1832, Chief Justice of Nacogdoches Co. in 1836, and Treasurer of Nacogdoches Co. from 1850-1854.

Charles Stanfield Taylor was born in England in 1808 and came to Texas in 1828. He was a member of the Convention of 1832, Chief Justice of Nacogdoches Co. in 1836, and Treasurer of Nacogdoches Co. from 1850-1854.

Jose Francisco Ruiz was born in Villa de San Fernando, Mexico, in 1783. He was active in Mexico’s fight for independence, fleeing the United States in 1813 and returning in 1822 when Mexico became a Republic. Ruiz served in the Mexican Army, helping to quell the Fredonian Rebellion, and was an elected delegate to the Washington Convention. He died at home in 1840.

Jose Francisco Ruiz was born in Villa de San Fernando, Mexico, in 1783. He was active in Mexico’s fight for independence, fleeing the United States in 1813 and returning in 1822 when Mexico became a Republic. Ruiz served in the Mexican Army, helping to quell the Fredonian Rebellion, and was an elected delegate to the Washington Convention. He died at home in 1840.

Lorenzo de Zavala was born in Mexico in 1789 and came to Texas in 1835. He was an empresario and influential figure who signed the Mexican Constitution of 1824, was Governor of the State of Mexico in 1827 and 1833, and was Mexico’s ambassador to France from 1833-1835. In 1835, he also served as a representative to the Consultation and was Vice-President of the interim government of Texas. He died at home in November 1836.

Lorenzo de Zavala was born in Mexico in 1789 and came to Texas in 1835. He was an empresario and influential figure who signed the Mexican Constitution of 1824, was Governor of the State of Mexico in 1827 and 1833, and was Mexico’s ambassador to France from 1833-1835. In 1835, he also served as a representative to the Consultation and was Vice-President of the interim government of Texas. He died at home in November 1836.

Thomas Jefferson Rusk was born in South Carolina in 1803. He was a lawyer who came to Texas in 1835. Rusk served as a representative to the Consultation of 1835, was a representative to the Texas Congress from 1837-1838, Chief Justice of the Republic's Supreme Court from 1838-1840 and a Senator from 1846-1857.

Thomas Jefferson Rusk was born in South Carolina in 1803. He was a lawyer who came to Texas in 1835. Rusk served as a representative to the Consultation of 1835, was a representative to the Texas Congress from 1837-1838, Chief Justice of the Republic's Supreme Court from 1838-1840 and a Senator from 1846-1857.

Charles Bellinger Stewart was born in South Carolina in 1806 and came to Texas in 1830. He opened a drugstore in Brazoria and later was active in the Consultation of 1835. While serving at the Convention of 1836, he married Julia Sheppard of Washington. Later, he served as a delegate to the Convention of 1845 and as a Representative to the Texas Legislature.

Charles Bellinger Stewart was born in South Carolina in 1806 and came to Texas in 1830. He opened a drugstore in Brazoria and later was active in the Consultation of 1835. While serving at the Convention of 1836, he married Julia Sheppard of Washington. Later, he served as a delegate to the Convention of 1845 and as a Representative to the Texas Legislature.

Stephen William Blount was born in Georgia in 1808. He arrived in Texas in August 1835 and settled in St. Augustine where he served as the first county clerk and later as postmaster from 1846-1849. Following the Convention, he went to San Jacinto, arriving April 22, the day after the battle.

Stephen William Blount was born in Georgia in 1808. He arrived in Texas in August 1835 and settled in St. Augustine where he served as the first county clerk and later as postmaster from 1846-1849. Following the Convention, he went to San Jacinto, arriving April 22, the day after the battle.

Augustine Blackburn Hardin was born in Georgia in 1797. He came to Texas in 1825 and helped quell the Fredonian Rebellion in 1827. He also served as a representative to the Consultation of 1835.

Augustine Blackburn Hardin was born in Georgia in 1797. He came to Texas in 1825 and helped quell the Fredonian Rebellion in 1827. He also served as a representative to the Consultation of 1835.

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