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A blessing came also from Ab Abernethy, who fills J. Frank Dobie's big boots for the Texas Folklore Society. From Fink (Grayson County or Bell County or both) to Fodice or Four Dice or Fordyce (Houston County), from officially misspelled Motley County to long abolished Foley County, from Abbott (old Willie Nelson's hometown in Hill County) to Zephyr (knocked down but not out by a Brown County tornado), Texans get my thanks for being Texans. And please do not erase the names of men and women who have helped me out of various ditches: Ralph Langer, Bill Evans, Stu Wilk, Donnis Baggett, Lowery Metts, Mike Kingston, Bob Compton, Mary Crawford, Howard Swindle, Margaret Henson, Don Carleton, Laurence McNamee, Jim Byrd, Archie McDonald, James Ward Lee, Charles Link and Ernestine Sewell, Fred Tarpley, Mike Cox, Elmer Kelton, Bill O'Neal, Lawrence Clayton, Clay Reynolds, A.
The proposal for this Convention of 1836 was vetoed by Henry Smith, impeached governor of the provisional government of Texas. Politics. Now, Houston impatiently awaits his commission as the Republic's commander-in-chief. Naturally, Potter wants no part of an army commanded by Houston. S. congressman from North Carolina, where he was jailed for emasculating two in-laws. ) Potter will hold out for secretaryship of the Texas Navy. The feud simmers. Houston knows a new Texas army must be quickly raised and trained.
It is heaped with papers. Richard Ellis of Pecan Point on the Red River, president of the convention, is at the head of the table. Ellis personifies these fast and chaotic times. A Virginian who helped write Alabama's Constitution in 1819 and served on that state's supreme court, Ellis moved to an alluring area claimed by both Arkansas and Mexicoand now by the Republic of Texas. He was elected a delegate to the Arkansas constitutional convention a few months earlier, but was too ill to serve. His long-suffering wife may have typified the wives of these Texas adventurers when she wrote from Alabama in September 1827 seeking information about Ellis, who had come to Texas on a business trip in 1826.
A Month of Sundays by Kent Biffle