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The Siege of Bexar was the first of only two victories of the citizens of the state of Coahuila y Tejas seeking a return to Mexico's constitution. That effort failed but Santa Anna's forces were defeated at San Jacinto and the Republic of Texas was formed.

The Royal Commonwealth Society of Western Australia is a member of the Royal Commonnwealth Society representing 53 nations committed to improving the lives and prospects of Commonwealth citizens across the world.

The Cloud Family Association was formed in 1978. It welcomes and represents all descendants of a Cloud ancestor. There are numerous different families, but most descend from William Cloude who came to the American Colonies in 1682.

Fred E. Davis – Attorney & Mediator. Fred Davis is a well-known and respected Austin, Texas attorney with over 50 years experience in civil litigation, administrative law, mediation and arbitration.

SBSE Consulting. Specialized Building Services Engineers specializes in a wide range of Building Engineering, Energy Efficiency, Compliance Audits, Sustainability Concepts and Value for Money Solutions for new and refurbished buildings in Western Australia.

MyKindred.com is a site featuring select family histories and genealogies. It is a private, non-commercial site devoted to serving the family historian and genealogist. See Surnames Researched to see which families are featured there.

The Blacksmiths Index. Ann Spiro's Blacksmiths Index – a genealogical index of blacksmiths and related occupations.

The Bea Elizabeth Dalton Hoax. Unraveling the Dalton Hoax – how an Oklahoma man created a web of lies and distortions to prove his relationship to the Dalton Gang.

Accelerators, Inc. History. Accelerators manufactured one of the earliest ion implanters, necessary for high-density semiconductors.

See the Accelerators Ion Implanter history pages.

Thoughts for today:

1  Dishonest scales are an abomination to the LORD,
  But a just weight is His delight.

King Solomon, Proverbs 11

Other religions, as the pagan, are more popular, for they consist in externals. But they are not for educated people. A purely intellectual religion would be more suited to the learned, but it would be of no use to the common people. The Christian religion alone is adapted to all, being composed of externals and internals. It raises the common people to the internal, and humbles the proud to the external; it is not perfect without the two, for the people must understand the spirit of the letter, and the learned must submit their spirit to the letter.

Blaise Pascal