Henry Perry (17??-1817)
General José Manuel Rafael Simeón de Mier y Terán (1789-1832)
Juan Davis Bradburn (1787-1842)
William Barret Travis (1809-1836)
Thomas Jefferson Chambers (1802-1865). He arrived in what is now known as Chambers county in 1830.
Charles Wilcox (1785-1876)
Barzillai J. Chambers (1918-1895). Nephew to Thomas Jefferson Chambers, he arrived in Chambers county in 1837.
William Morton Chambers (1821-1892) Nephew to Thomas Jefferson Chambers, he became the 1st Chief Justice in the new Chambers County.
Charles Norman Eley (1837-1894)
Benjamin Barrow (1808-1877)
James Jackson (1822-1895)
Guy Cade Jackson Jr. (1905-1980)
Barbers Hill Oilfield
Cedar Bayou, Texas
Cedar Bayou forms the boundary between Harris and Chambers Counties.
Cedar Point, Texas
Chambers County, Texas
Note: Chambersea (depending on the source) refers to the name of the Thomas Jefferson Chambers home, as well as his desired name for the town of Anahuac. See the entries below:
Chambersea (and Anahuac)
Chambersea (and Chambers County)
Chambersea (and Charles Wilcox)
Chambersia (and Thomas Jefferson Chambers)
Double Bayou, Texas
Eagle is east of Farm Road 563 between Oak Island and Double Bayou.
East Bay Bayou
East Bay Bayou rises four miles west of Stowell in eastern Chambers County (at 29°45' N, 94°26' W) and runs south until it merges with the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway in northern Galveston County.
Elm Bayou, which is intermittent in its upper reaches, rises five miles west of Stowell in eastern Chambers County.
Fort Anahuac - Texas
Fort Chambers - Texas
Frio Deep-Seated Salt Dome Fields
The Frio Deep-Seated Salt Dome fields lie south and southeast of Houston in Brazoria, Fort Bend, Harris, Galveston, and Chambers counties along the Texas coast.
Lake Anahuac - Texas
Oak Island, Texas
Old River-Winfree, Texas
Formerly known as Winfree
Oyster Bayou rises seven miles west of Winnie in east central Chambers County.
Monroe City, Texas
Mont Belvieu, Texas
Runs through Jefferson, Chambers, and Galveston counties.
Round Point, Texas
Smith Point, Texas
Smith Point (2)
Turtle Bayou (Chambers County ,Texas)
Turtle Bayou (Liberty County, Texas)
Whites Bayou, also known as Long Island Creek and Blau Gully north of Devers, rises a mile southwest of Daisetta in east central Liberty County (at 30°05' N, 94°40' W) and runs south into Chambers County.
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