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Edward Burleson (December 15, 1798 – December 26, 1851) was the third Vice President of the Republic of Texas. After Texas was annexed to the United ...

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EDWARD BURLESON. ”Every thing goes on well heare as fare as I know nothing is rong I think I shall Give General Cos a few fyers of Canon to knight”.

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Edward Burleson, Texas politician and Indian fighter, was born in Buncombe County. After moves to Tennessee and Alabama in 1814, he went to Missouri, ...

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Edward Burleson was born in Buncombe County, North Carolina in 1798. The son of Captain James Burleson, Edward served in his father's regiment during the ...

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Edward Burleson (1798-1851). Burleson Photo. Born in 1798 in North Carolina, Burleson's family moved on several occasions during his youth. One of these ...

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Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA Show Map. Plot, Republic Hill, Section 1, Row Q, Number 13. Memorial ID, 5995671 · View Source ...

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It becomes our painful duty to record the death of Honorable Edward Burleson, which occurred at the home of his sister, Mrs. T.E. Sneed in the city of Austin at ...

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Aug 31, 2010 ... BURLESON, EDWARD (1798–1851). Edward Burleson, soldier and statesman, son of Capt. James and Elizabeth (Shipman) Burleson, was ...

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Edward Burleson Fourth Vice President of the Republic. Edward Burleson was known as the man who “had killed more Indians and Mexicans than any other ...