Brazos County Historical Timeline
1830-1849

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   Date   
      Location      
Event
1841
Nov Boonville 67 citizens petition the Congress of the Republic of Texas asking that a post office be established at Boonville.
1842
Jan 16 Austin The Sixth Texas Congress combines the militia of the counties of Robertson and Brazos into one regiment, belonging to the second brigade,
Jan 22 Austin The Sixth Texas Congress establishes a weekly mail route from Fanthorp's in Montgomery County, by Boonville in Navasota County, to Dunn's post office in Robertson County.
Jan 28 Austin The Sixth Texas Congress changes the name of Navasota County to Brazos County.
1843
Mar 8 Austin The Texas Congress amends the post office routes adding a route from Washington to Franklin via Boonville in Brazos County.
1844
July 6 Boonville W. Boyles commissioned postmaster at Boonville.
1845
Apr 2 Austin The Texas Congress amends the post office routes adding a route from San Felipe to Franklin via BOSTWICK's Crossing, Travis, Cedar Creek, Washington, Boonville and WHEELOCK's.
1846
May 22 Boonville J.B. Callicoate appointed postmaster at Boonville.
Nov 2 Boonville Greenville F. Wooten appointed postmaster at Boonville.
1847
Jan 14 Boonville Standtonye W. Hudson appointed postmaster at Boonville.
1848
May 9 Boonville Harvey Mitchell appointed postmaster at Boonville.
Nov 7 National Election Day
Zachary Taylor elected 12th President of the United States.
Texas votes for Cass(D)
1849
May 12 Millican Arthur Edwards appointed postmaster at Millican.

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