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Martin Parmer was a judge in  Texas under three different Republics.  We are all familiar the Courts Martial conducted by Judge Martin Parmer during the short lived Fredonian Rebellion  in 1826-1827.  And most of you know that Martin Parmer was appointed Chief Justice of Jasper County, Texas by President Mirabeau B. Lamar in 1839 during the Republic of Texas.  A search of the San Augustine County Court house records also proves that Martin Parmer served as the alcalde  or Judge in San Augustine Texas on at least one occasion  on ????, 183? in the case of ? vs. ? during the Republic of Mexico.  Parmer served as a guest judge on this occasion due to the Alcalde being sick.
Judge of Courts Martial - Nacogdoches, Texas - Republic of Fredonia - 1826
Judge ?v?, San Augustine, Texas - Republic of Mexico - 183?
Judge - Chief Justice- Jasper ounty, Texas - 1839

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