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Horace Cone
Full Name: Horace Cone
Date of birth: 1820
Date of death: October 1885

Terms of Service top
Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 36 Nov 4, 1861 - Nov 2, 1863 9th     Houston / Harris   Harris
H 52 Nov 7, 1853 - Nov 5, 1855 5th (1)     Columbia / Brazoria   Brazoria

(1) The town of West Columbia, in west central Brazoria County, was founded as Columbia in 1826 by Josiah Hughes Bell, who laid out the town two miles west of Marion (now East Columbia). It was known as Columbia during the Texas Revolution and when it served as the capital of the Republic of Texas from September to December 1836. Handbook of Texas Online.
Biographical Notes and Resources top
Biographical Sketches
  • CONE, HORACE (1820-1885). Handbook of Texas Online.
  • Committee Informationtop
    9th R.S. - 1861
    Address to Soldiers in the Field (Co-Chair) 
    Comptroller's and Treasurer's Office, Examine  
    Finance (Chair)  
    Flags of 4th and 5th Texas Regiments  
    Institutions for the Blind, Deaf, and Dumb and Lunatic Asylum  
    5th R.S. - 1853
    Engrossed Bills  
    Public Printing (Chair) 

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