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Henry Eustace McCulloch
Full Name: Henry Eustace McCulloch
Date of birth: December 6, 1816
Date of death: March 12, 1895

Terms of Service top
Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
S 27 Nov 5, 1855 - Nov 7, 1859 6th (4)   7th (1) (2) (3)     Seguin / Guadalupe   Caldwell, Comal, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Hays
H 63 Nov 7, 1853 - Nov 5, 1855 5th     Seguin / Guadalupe   Guadalupe

(1) Listed in "Senators holding over: Democrats." Civilian and Gazette. Weekly. (Galveston, Texas), 9/8/1857, p. 2, crediting Dolph Briscoe Center for American History. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
(2) 7th Legislature - Roll of Senators (holdover Senator), 11/2/1857, pp. 1, 4. Senate Journal.
(3) 7th Legislature - Listed in "large cadre of returning senators," p. 276. The Texas Senate: Volume I, Republic to Civil War, 1836-1861, 1990.
(4) 6th Legislature, Regular Session - Roll of Senators elected since the last adjournment presented their credentials, and being qualified, took their seats, 11/5/1855, p. 2. Senate Journal.
Biographical Notes and Resources top
Biographical Sketches
  • MCCULLOCH, HENRY EUSTACE (1816-1895). Relatives - Benjamin McCulloch and Henry Eustace McCulloch, brothers. Handbook of Texas Online.
  • Biographical sketch, Volume II, History of the Texas Deaf and Dumb Asylum, pp. 11-12. Histories of American Schools for the Deaf, 1817-1893, 1893.
  • Biographical sketch, General Henry Eustace McCulloch, pp. 225-284. Personnel of the Texas State Government with Sketches of Distinguished Texans, 20th Legislature, 1887.
  • Biographical sketch, Henry E. McCulloch, p. 262. The Texas Senate: Volume I, Republic to Civil War, 1836-1861, 1990.
  • Military Service Notes
  • Mentioned in Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days in the Confederate Army: A Journal Kept by W.W. Heartsill for Four Years, One Month, and One Day, or Camp Life, Day by Day, of the W.P. Lane Rangers from April 19, 1861, to May 20, 1865, 1954.
  • Biographical sketch, p. 54. Texans Who Wore the Gray, 1907.
  • Henry Eustace McCulloch. Texas Burial Sites of Civil War Notables: A Biographical and Pictorial Field Guide, 2002.
  • Biographical sketch and portrait, pp. 12-13, 34-35, 88, Plate No. 21. Texas in the War, 1861-1865, 1965.
  • Other Resources
  • Mentioned in "'Blessed with Peace!' War's Bitter Aftermath," pp. 102-136. Brush Men and Vigilantes: Civil War Dissent in Texas, 2000.
  • Mentioned in "Early History of Guadalupe County," p. 430. Early Settlers and Indian Fighters of Southwest Texas, 1900.
  • Committee Informationtop
    7th R.S. - 1857
    Counties and County Boundaries (Chair) 
    Failed Crops  
    Indian Affairs  
    Petition of Citizens on the Frontier, Relative to Indian Depredations  
    Privileges and Elections  
    6th R.S. - 1855
    Comptroller and Treasurer Books, Examine (Co-Chair) 
    Counties and County Boundaries  
    Engrossed Bills  
    Indian Affairs  
    Judicial Districts, Select  
    Protection of Western Frontier, Select  
    5th R.S. - 1853
    Contingent Expenses (Chair) 
    Land Office  
    Public Buildings  

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