William Punchard papers
Scope and Contents
The William Punchard papers are comprised of legal documents relate to Dr. William Punchard's service during the War of 1812 and to his last will and testament, written in Austin County, Texas, in 1843. Punchard's will names many of his family members, including Ira and John Punchard Fisher, Eliza, Samuel Worchester and William Punchard, Lucretia Roach, Saphronia Vose, and Mary Worchester.
- Creation: 1843 - 1844
- Punchard, William, active 1812-1843 (Person)
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This collection is open for research.
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Language of Materials
The William Punchard papers are comprised of legal documents relate to Dr. William Punchard's service during the War of 1812 and to his last will and testament.
This collection was processed by Briscoe Center Staff
Subsequent revisions were made by Colleen Hobbs, July 2022.
- William Punchard Papers, 1843-1844
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- 2022-07-20: Migrated from paper finding aid by Colleen Hobbs.