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Because the actual Republic Claims are extremely fragile, access to the records is restricted.
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The Texas State Library and Archives website provides a more detailed description of the Republic Claims database and collection: The Republic Claims series of Comptroller's records includes claims for payment, reimbursement, or restitution submitted by citizens to the Republic of Texas government from 1835 through 1846.
It also includes records relating to Republic pensions and claims against the Republic submitted as public debt claims after 1846.
(Montgomery County Memorial Library - Genealogy Library, Conroe, 976.4153Wim.) On the 31st page of The Bricker Papers is a letter written to Cyrus Joy and probably written by David Bricker (brother of John Bricker) after 1838 which reads in part, "I received a letter from Mr. See The Early History of Montgomery, Texas by Kameron Searle.
This letter is evidence that John Bricker was residing in the Lake Creek Settlement for a year prior to his enlistment in the Texas army. It was also known that Shepperd had a mill and a cotton gin in operation at the time he founded the town of Montgomery in the Lake Creek Settlement in July 1837. This would put the construction of Shepperd's mill and cotton gin around 1835. Shepperd was in fact the administrator of John Bricker's estate. There is no Texas State Historical Commission marker commemorating the defense of the San Felipe crossing of the Brazos by Mosely Baker's Company in early April of 1836 and its significance to the outcome of the Texas Revolution. If you are interested in working on this project, please contact Kameron K. If you are descendant of John Bricker, a number of Texas historians are trying to determine if he became a Mason before coming to Texas.