Person:Mirabeau Lamar (1)

Watchers
Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar
m. 1795
  1. Aurelia Lamar - 1876
  2. Jeremiah Lamar
  3. Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar1797 - 1834
  4. Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar1798 - 1859
  5. Thomas Randolph Lamar1800 -
  6. Thomas Reynolds Lamar1800 - 1858
  7. Jefferson Jackson Lamar1801 - 1840
  8. Evalina Lamar1803 - 1833
  9. Louisa Elizabeth Lamar1807 - 1864
  10. Amelia Lamar1810 - 1870
  11. Mary Ann Lamar1810 - 1874
  12. Loretto Rebecca Lamar1818 - 1905
m. 1 JAN 1826
  1. Rebecca Ann Lamar1827 - 1843
  2. John Burwell Lamar1830 - 1831
m. 11 FEB 1851
  1. Loretto Evalina Lamar1853 - 1933
m. 11 FEB 1851
  1. Loretto Evelina Lamar1853 - 1933
Facts and Events
Name Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar
Gender Male
Birth[1] 16 AUG 1798 Louisville, Jefferson, Georgia
Occupation[1] 1823 "...pvt. sec. to Gov. George M. Troup of Ga., 1823;..."
Occupation[1] 1826 "...editor Columbus (Ga.) Enquirer, 1826;..."
Marriage 1 JAN 1826 Perry, Alabamato Tabitha Burnwell Jordan
Occupation[1] 1836 "...served as comdr. Tex. Cavalry at Battle of San Jacinto; atty. gen., then sec. of war in Pres. Burnet's provisional cabinet, 1836;..."
Occupation[1] 1836 "...v.p. Republic of Tex., 1836, ..."
Occupation[1] BET. 1838 - 1841 [[Place:"...pres. [republic Of Tex.], -;..."|"...pres. [Republic of Tex.], 1838-41;..."]]
Occupation[1] 1840 "...a founder City of Austin (Tex.), 1840;..."
Occupation[1] 1846 "...fought in Mexican War, participated in Battle of Monterey, 1846;..."
Marriage 11 FEB 1851 Orleans Parish, Louisianato Henrietta Moffit
Marriage 11 FEB 1851 New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, USAto Henrietta Maffitt
Occupation[1] BET. 1855 - 1856 "...U.S. minister to Argentina, 1855-56;..."
Death[1] 19 DEC 1859 Richmond, Fort Bend, Texas
Burial? UNKNOWN Masonic Cemetery, Richmond, Fort Bend, Texas
Namesake[1] Lamar University, Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas


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Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar (1798–1859) was a Texas politician, poet, diplomat and soldier who was a leading Texas political figure during the Texas Republic era. He was the second President of the Republic of Texas preceded by David G. Burnet (1836 as ad-interim president) and Sam Houston.

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References
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  2.   Ancestry.com. Texas Land Title Abstracts. (Name: Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2000;;), Database online.

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