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Jose Luis de la Bega
Amos Hubbard
January 1, 1807

Source: Bexar Archives, R.B. Blake Collection, Supp., Vol. V, Page 380.

"I certify and declare that Amos Hubbard was examined by me for the Senor Governor Cordero, to which he responded that he had come with all his poor family to follow the Spanish flags in which to live in harmony, to baptize his little children in the Roman Catholic religion, to be instructed in the same for the good of his soul.  He also testified that I had also heard him spoken of as a poor artisan, an honest man, which he has proven since he has been here, without returning to Louisiana, nor attempting it, without having transgressed, nor putting himself in a thing that may appear so.  And has only maintained himself very well making carts and other works, that are not wanting in him.  And in order that it may prove where fitting, I give this at his request on January 1, 1807.

Jose Luis de la Bega (rubric)"


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