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John Houeye

Archival Collection



1. Inter-France Passport of John Houeye dated 1802 (in French); also English translation (2 Items)

2. Survey Tract on Mississippi River above Bayou Sarah dated 1810 (in English) (1 Item)

3. Document Fragment dated 1805 to "Juan Houey" (in Spanish) (1 Item)

4. Document describing a land grant involving Thomas Brannon (1 Item)

5. Land Grant Statements (deteriorating string binding-folded) (1 Item)

6. Conveyance Record (Spanish seal) (1 Item)

7. Bible allegedly brought from France by John Houeye, 1802-1808 (in French) (1 Item)

(Crossed referenced to the West Florida Collection)