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Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 1 (December 1909 - June 1911) 1 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 1 (December 1909 - June 1911) 2 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 1 (December 1909 - June 1911) 3 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 1 (December 1909 - June 1911) 4 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 2 (July 1911 - November 1912) 1 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 2 (July 1911 - November 1912) 2 of 4

02 03 Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 2 (July 1911 - November 1912) 3 of 4

02 04 Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 2 (July 1911 - November 1912) 4 of 4

03 01 Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 3 (December 1912 - December 1913) 1 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 3 (December 1912 - December 1913) 2 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 3 (December 1912 - December 1913) 3 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 3 (December 1912 - December 1913) 4 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 4 (December 1912 - December 1913) 4 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 4 (January 1914 - February 1915) 2 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 4 (January 1914 - February 1915) 3 of 4

Texas Southeastern Railroad Timebook Volume 4 (January 1914 - February 1915) 4 of 4

Frank Moffitt, 1907

Frank Moffitt, 1907

This document shows Mrs. Frank Moffitt, for the consideration of $250, releasing Southern Pine Lumber Company and Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company of any claims against the companies for the death of her husband. Sam H. Townsend of Lufkin is the attorney. Dated June 10, 1907.

J. B. Cameron, 1910

J. B. Cameron, 1910

Correspondence and a release of claims document pertaining to the death of J. B. Cameron at the Southern Pine Lumber Company sawmill in Diboll. The Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company pays Cameron's family $600 for the release of further claims, and T. L. L. Temple pays $703.75 to A. Cameron to aid his college expenses at the University of California. Included are affidavits of Tom Steed and Oscar Buffaloe describing J. B. Cameron's accident. Dated 1910

Jeff Smith, 1909

Jeff Smith, 1909

An acknowledgment that Jeff Smith received $55 from the Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company for time lost as a result from injury inflicted while employed by the railroad. The document also states that the railroad will continue to pay Smith for additional time lost until Dr. D. A. Mann allows Smith to return to work. Dated October 5, 1909.

Johnny Thompson, 1914

Johnny Thompson, 1914

Affidavits of Oscar Stevens, Ed Baucum, C. Curry, Frank H. Laing, and Jess Morris describing the accident that resulted in the death of Johnny Thompson, minor, along the Texas South-Eastern Railroad right of way. The accident occurred near the Blix station. Also included is a release of claims agreement between J. A. Thompson and the TSE for $250. The documents are dated March-April 1914.

R. M. Mayberry, 1911

R. M. Mayberry, 1911

This release of liability document describes R. M. Mayberry accepting $50 from the Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company for injuries inflicted while driving piling for the TSE bridge across Boggy Slough on July 24, 1909. This document is dated October 3, 1911.

William H. Smith, 1910

William H. Smith, 1910

This settlement documents docket number 2339 of the Angelina County District Court, William H. Smith v. Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company. Smith accepts $2,000 for injuries inflicted while employed by the railroad and agrees to release the railroad of future claims. The railroad agrees to drop its lawsuit against Smith and pay court fees. Dated November 2, 1910.