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David Long Richardson (ca. 1793–1849) was an early Texas settler, who came to Sabine County, Texas, from Hancock County, Georgia, probably in 1833. He settled with his family in the area where Sabinetown was later located. He lived with his family on a large plantation and held at various times between fifty and 100 slaves. Richardson served in the Texas Army from March 17 to December 19, 1836, first in Capt. Henry Teal's company and then with Jacob Snively. He received a bounty warrant for his service. A legal document, 8-1/2” x 12”, 17 pages, ribbon bound at top, April Term 1849, State of Texas, County of Sabine being “Estate of Daniel L. Richardson late of said county...” The listing includes over 40 separate listings of land ranging up to 2000 acres. It also has three pages listing of slaves by name and value, totaling 72 slaves.
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He Fought in the Texas Revolution

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