To day I settled with Perry for his last month's work as Miller. In the evening went fishing. The hands still in the cotton. weather changable & warm.
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
To day I went to the lower place & to Mothers. The little woman came home and brought Burt & Toby with Father who all returned after dinner. The hands still at work in the cotton. weather changable & warm with some prospects for a rain.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
To day at night I arrived at home in company with Lt. Petty. Bill Hicks hauled some rails. The little woman still at her Mothers. weather changable & warm.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
To day I left Huntsville and staid at Wysers at night. at home the hands still in the cotton. The little woman still at her Mothers. Weather changable & warm.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Monday, June 21, 2010
To day I arrived in Huntsville. at home hands still in the cotton. The little woman at her Mothers. weather changable & warm.
Sunday, June 20, 2010
To day I started to Huntsville and arrived at Clarks for dinner & in the evening went to Wyser's. at home still at work in the cotton. weather changable & warm.
Tuscaloosa Springs (also Wyser's Bluff). Situated on the Trinity, ten miles north of Huntsville and thirty miles south of Crockett. On his 1849 map De Cordova noted its location at the mouth of Mill Creek. In 1858 a stage stop with accommodations operated at these red, black, and white sulphur springs. The 1860 Census reported G.A. Wyser as hotelkeeper. In 1866 the San Antonio Daily Herald noted it as a "very strong sulphur spring." The springs evidently operated until 1870, as Johnson noted it on his map. The 1886 USGS Bulletin 32 said that locals used this sulphureted spring. . . . from Taking the waters in Texas: springs, spas, and fountains of youth by Janet Valenza. Google Books.
- Wyser, Chas. S., 27 Aug 1858
- Wyser, Gustavus A., 30 Jan 1860
- Wyser, G. A., 12 Jly 1861 (CSA)
- Wyser, Miss Nannie E., 10 May 1866
- Cg'd to CALHOUN'S FERRY, Houston Co., 4 Jan 1869