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, ...
Moses Austin. October 4, 1761–June 10, 1821. Moses Austin, the patriarch of
Anglo settlement in Texas, died before his colonial dream became a reality.
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 ...
Moses Austin, the American lead industry, and Texas. ... He turned the course of
American history, then went home to Herculaneum, Missouri, to die of ...
Stephen Fuller Austin, founder of Anglo-American Texas, son of Moses and
Maria (Brown) ... At this time Moses Austin was on his way to San Antonio to
apply for a grant of land and ..... He died in service on December 27, 1836, at the
untimely age of forty-three. ... Judged by historical standards, Austin did a great
Moses Austin sent his son to various schools in Connecticut (1804-1808) and ...
trip back to Missouri had weakened his already frail health, and he died in June.
Nov 4, 2015 ... Moses Austin and his son, Stephen F. Austin, were the first Texas ... In great
distress and insisting that he knew he was about to die, he called for his wife and
... He held the office only briefly–not because he did not take to law, ...
He then returned to his home in Missouri and died. This grant authorized Austin
to settle three hundred families in Texas. At Moses Austin's death he requested ...
Mar 29, 2016 ... Austin's father Moses was the leader in establishing lead mining and ... On his
way out of Texas, Moses contracted pneumonia and died. .... against the Mexican
army at San Antonio, which he did until mid-November, when he ...