Moses Austin (October 4, 1761 – June 10, 1821) played a large part in the
development of the ... On Austin's return trip, he became ill and died in 1821,
shortly after arriving back in Mis...
Jun 9, 2010 ... Moses Austin, founder of the American lead industry and the first man to ....
Moses Austin died on June 10, 1821, at the home of his daughter, ...
On this day in History, Moses Austin asks Spanish for Texas colony on Dec 26,
1820. ... recruiting colonists, but he became ill and died on the long journey back.
Suffering from pneumonia contracted in Texas, Moses Austin died on June 10,
1821. His final wishes were that his son, Stephen, carry on with his plans to ...
May 14, 2011 ... Moses Austin was a native of Connecticut, born at the village of Durham in 1767.
... James died of yellow fever at New Orleans in August 1829.
Apr 4, 2015 ... Genealogy for Moses Austin (1765 - 1821) family tree on Geni, with over ... Death
: Died June 10, 1821 in St. Francois County, Missouri, United ...
Austin, Moses, 1761–1821, American pioneer, b. Durham ... The grant was
confirmed in 1821, but Moses Austin died without realizing his settlement plans.
Many settlers who did not want to live under British rule migrated across the river
to ... Moses Austin named it after his birthplace Durham, Connecticut. ... He died
10 June 1821 in St. Francois County & was originally buried at Hazel Run.
Old 300 Families; Moses Austin's Colony; First US Settlers to come to Texas in ...
for an American colony in Texas, but died before he could carry out his project.
Moses Austin, the American lead industry, and Texas. ... He turned the course of
American history, then went home to Herculaneum, Missouri, to die of ...