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John H. Stuart

Full Name: John H. Stuart
Death date: Deceased, date unknown

Terms of Service

  • House, 14th (1) (2) (3) Legislature
    1/12/1875 - 4/18/1876
(1) "From Crockett," 4/16/1874, p. 1. Proceedings of "the Democratic convention, to select candidates to fill the vacancies occasioned in the Legislature by the death of the Hon. J.L. [J.T.] Smith, and the resignation of Dr. Frank Rainey from the Third Senatorial District . . . Dr. J.H. Stuart and W.W. Davis, both of Houston county, were chosen . . . the men selected are tried and true Democrats." Galveston Daily News .
(2) 14th Legislature, 2nd C.S. - W.W. Davis and J.N./J.H. Stuart of Houston County, members elect from the 3rd Senatorial District, oath of office and added to committees, 1/12/1875, pp. 4, 9. House Journal .
(3) John H. Stuart, sworn 1/12/1875, succeeded John T. Smith, died 2/16/1874. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.

Biographical Notes and Resources

Other Resources

  • Illness of "Dr. J.H. Stuart [of Crockett], one of the oldest and most respected citizens, and one of the most prominent physicians in eastern Texas," "State Press," 11/13/1886, p. 6. Austin Daily Statesman .
  • Census of 1870 - J.H. Stuart, Crockett, Houston County, age 52, born circa 1818 in Tennessee, physician, living in household with M.E. Stuart (age 55) and John H. Stuart, in same household, age 46, born circa 1824 in Tennessee, farmer.
    Census of 1880 - James Stewart, Crockett, Houston County, age 61, born circa 1819 in Tennessee, physician, wife Mary Stewart, daughter Kate Bodenhawer. FamilySearch . 1880 1870
  • "Dr. J.H. Stuart of Houston County, who qualified on January 12, 1875," House of Representatives, p. 23. The History of Houston County, Texas 1943.

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