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Varner-Hogg Plantation

Location: Brazoria Co., TX
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History: The completely furnished old plantation manor was the home of Governor James S. Hogg. It pictures colonial life in the early days of Texas (1835-50), established by Martin Varner, member of Stephen F. Austin's "Old Three Hundred."

Associated Surnames: Anderson, Austin, Barrett, Bartlet, Bates, Burns, Christopher, Criss, Edwards, Ford, Fry, Flanagan, Garrett, Hill, Hogg, Johnson, Lundy, Mitchell, Patton, Smith, Steele, Todd, Varner, Williams, Wilson


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1830-1865: The Enslaved People of Patton Plantation Brazoria Co, Texas 1830 - 1865
Research Compiled by Cary Cordova. Listed by first name. For biographies of each slave, visit Cary Cordova's page.

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