Price-Burrows Family Papers, 1872-1917 | East Texas Research Center
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David Burrows, the son of Anthony and Elizabeth Burrows, was born in Grundy County, Tennessee, on October 27, 1810. About 1833, David Burrows married Elizabeth Beatrice King, daughter of Thomas King. Elizabeth was born on December 29, 1811. They had eleven children. David Burrows died on October 5, 1873, and Elizabeth died on August 26, 1889. They are both buried in the North Church Cemetery in Nacogdoches, Texas.
Arch Augustus Price, son of Lucien V. Price and Amanda Mims, was born in Melrose, Texas, on August 1, 1860. On July 13, 1890, he married Martha (Mattie) Lamilia Burrows, daughter of David Muckleroy and William Adelaid Box Burrows, and granddaughter of David and Elizabeth Beatrice King Burrows. Arch Augustus died on May 9, 1942, and Martha Burrows died on July 24, 1924. Both are buried in the North Church Cemetery.
(Burrows, Mrs. George Van. "Burrows, David." Nacogdoches County Families. Dallas: Curtis Media Corporation, 1985. p. 193).
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- Box 1
- Folder 1: Deed from Colson Hiskill to David Burrows for 144 6/10 acres of land in Nacogdoches County, promising to pay $441.27, 1872
- Folder 2: Deed for David Burrow's land in Nacogdoches County legally signed over to Mrs. Elizabeth Burrows upon his death, 1873
- Folder 3: Promissory notes from A. A. Price to W. A. Burrows for the sums of $150 and $100 for land in Nacogdoches County, 1892
- Folder 4: Warranty deed from A. A. Price to D. P. Price for a tract of land from the Mora Grant in Nacogdoches County, 1902
- Folder 5: Warranty deed from A. J. Price et. al. to D. P. Price for tract of land in Nacogdoches County, 1904
- Folder 6: Warranty deed from J. W. and Anna Lambert to D. P. Price for two tracts of land in Nacogdoches County, 1917