Documents For Richard Hooper

Submitted by Deanna Baumgardner

Richard Hooper b. March 29, 1873-1855  came to Republic of Texas. February, 1836. He entered the Texas Army as a Commander of a Company of Cavalrymen July 6- October 6, 1836. Three days before his discharge, he was elected as a Representative from Shelby to the First Congress of the Republic of Texas.  He was elected County Surveyor for Shelby County in 1839, 1848.  In 1850 he was listed as a Member of the Shelby County Bar.

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