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James Collinsworth

  Texas Historical Markers
Houston, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 29° 45' 28.2024", -95° 22' 46.7508"
    Texas State
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     Born in Tennessee, 1806. Drowned in Galveston, July 11, 1838, and his remains brought by boat up Buffalo Bayou to Houston. His remains interred in this cemetery under the auspices of Temple Lodge No. 4. First Masonic funeral ever held in Texas. Delegate to the Consultation held at San Felipe, 1835. Signer, from Brazoria municipality, of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Bore himself as a chief at San Jacinto. Secretary of State, 1836. Senator in the Congress of Texas, 1836. First Chief Justice of the supreme Court of Texas. A county in Texas was named in his honor.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

James Collinsworth Historical Marker Location Map, Houston, Texas

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