A male, who is a direct lineal descendant of a resident of the Republic of Texas prior to February 19, 1846, is eligible for membership upon submission of the appropriate SRT membership application, payment of the required fee and approval of the Historian General, Secretary General and President General. All initial and/or processing fees are non-refundable.
|Junior members pay no annual dues, and may not vote or hold office. At age 18 they are automatically upgraded to regular membership. Applicants for junior membership pay a, one time, non-refundable processing fee of $30.|
(18 or over)
|Dues for regular members are $40 a year. Applicants for regular membership pay a non-refundable processing fee of $50. Their dues are waived for the current year.|
|LIFE||Life membership, which exempts members from payment of annual dues, is open to a member of any age for a fee based on their age. Junior members shall become Life Members upon payment of $1,000.00. Regular members between the ages of 18 and 40 years shall become Life Members upon payment of $750.00. Regular members over the age of 40 years shall become Life Members upon payment of $600.00. New Applicants for life membership pay this fee in addition to a processing fee of $50.|
|SENIOR||A Regular Member, who has reached the age of seventy (70) years, who is current with his dues, and has been a Member for ten (10) years, may apply in writing to the Administrative Assistant for Senior membership. The Executive Committee, at their sole discretion is hereby authorized and empowered to grant the Senior membership. Senior Members are not required to pay annual dues.|
|HONORARY||Honorary membership is granted to a maximum of three people a year by vote of the general membership. Honorary members, who cannot be eligible by reason of lineal descent, are chosen for having rendered outstanding service to Texas by furthering the aims and goals of the Sons of the Republic of Texas.|
|POSTHUMOUS||Application for posthumous membership may be made on behalf of any deceased person who would otherwise be eligible for membership, so long as his death occurred after the founding of the SRT (March 30,1922). The $100 fee includes processing and a bronze grave marker.|
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All donations in excess of the annual dues are tax deductible. Dues are payable in advance for each calendar year. A member can vote and hold office in one chapter, but can hold dual membership in other chapters on payment of $6.00 for each additional chapter. A member may transfer his membership affiliation to another chapter, but must request in writing. A processing fee of $30 must be paid for each supplemental ancestor that the SRT acknowledges.
Annual dues shall be assessed for the calendar year, January 1 to December 31, and shall be payable in advance to the Organization. Dues will be considered delinquent ninety (90) days after January 1 of the then current year, and after dues become delinquent the member may be suspended for non-payment of dues at the direction of the Executive Committee. A prior notice of delinquent members will be sent to the chapter prior to the annual meeting.
After a membership suspension, a member may be dropped from active membership and denied all benefits arising there from. A member, suspended for non-payment of dues may be reinstated by paying dues for the year's which his reinstatement is effective and a fifty $50.00 reinstatement fee.
Below, please find the applications in both Word and PDF. If you need assistance in getting the application process started, please refer below to the "Chapters" section for email addresses of the District Representatives. They are willing to help or direct you to someone who could.
|Houston||1||San Jacinto||Steve Manis|
|Galveston||2||Sidney Sherman||Steve Manis|
|Temple||3||George W. Tyler||Mike Young|
|Richmond||5||Mirabeau B. Lamar||Steve Manis|
|Angleton||6||Stephen F. Austin||Scott Leopold|
|San Antonio||7||William B. Travis||Richard Weitzel|
|Dallas||8||Thomas J. Rusk||Devin Lindsey|
|Refugio||9||James Power||Scott Leopold|
|Liberty||10||Hugh B. Johnson||Mike Wilson|
|Austin||12||Moses Austin||Mike Young|
|Waco||13||George B. Erath||Mike Young|
|Bryan||14||William Joel Bryan||George Nelson|
|Victoria||16||Thomas O'Conner||Scott Leopold|
|Corpus Christi||17||H.L. Kinney||Scott Leopold|
|Nacogdoches||19||Adolphus Sterne||Johnny Holley|
|San Augustine||20||Alexander Horton||
|Huntsville||21||Henderson Yoakum||George Nelson|
|Salado||22||Sterling C. Robertson||Mike Young|
|Wharton||23||William H. Wharton||Scott Leopold|
|Goliad||25||La Bahia||Scott Leopold|
|Amarillo||26||James Bowie||Robert Steakley|
|Lubbock||27||Thomas S. Lubbock||Robert Steakley|
|Beaumont||28||Henry Millard||Mike Wilson|
|Conroe||30||George B. Madeley||Mike Wilson|
|Corsicana||31||George W. Hill||Johnny Holley|
|Clear Lake||32||Jean B. Bavoux||Steve Manis|
|Brenham||34||William Mayfield||George Nelson|
|Bay City||35||Matagorda||Scott Leopold|
|Fort Worth||36||Ephram M. Daggett||Devin Lindsey|
|Round Rock||37||Albert S. Johnston||Mike Young|
|Katy||38||Sam Houston||Steve Manis|
|Abilene||39||Anson Jones||Robert Steakley|
|San Antonio||40||Alamo||Richard Weitzel|
|Midland||41||John S. "Rip" Ford||Robert Steakley|
|Benbrook||42||Samuel Givens Evetts||Devin Lindsey|
|Manvel||43||James P. Cladwell||Steve Manis|
|El Paso||44||El Paso||Robert Steakley|
|Mesquite||45||Ranger John Beeman||Devin Lindsey|
|Baytown||46||Ashbel Smith||Mike Wilson|
|Granbury||47||David Crockett||Devin Lindsey|
|Fredricksburg||48||John O. Meusebach||Richard Weitzel|
|Shelby County||49||Gateway to Texas||
|New Braunfels||50||Prince Carl of Solms-Bruanfels||Richard Weitzel|
|New Mexico||51||Andrew Kent||Robert Steakley|
|Tyler||52||Piney Woods||Johnny Holley|
|La Grange||53||Monument Hill||George Nelson|
|Burnet||54||Noah Smithwick||Mike Young|
|Odessa||57||Jesse Chisolm||Robert Steakley|
|The Woodlands/Conroe||58||Lone Star||Mike Wilson|
|Athens||59||James George||Johnny Holley|
Standing (L to R):
Devin Lindsey - North Central District
Seated (L to R):
Mike Wilson - Lone Star District
Johnny Holley - Piney Woods District
Each of the people listed in the attached documents were a citizen in the Republic of Texas (1836-1846), a few have different (multiple) spellings. The descendants of these people are eligible to apply for membership in The Sons of the Republic of Texas. This listing can not be used as the required proof to gain SRT Membership, but is supportive of your efforts. This listing is updated as new members are enrolled with different ancestors. The requirements are listed on the Membership Page. This listing is to provide information to assist in genealogy research. If you need more information on the names listed below, please contact the District Representative that is in your area, SRT District Representatives.
If you wish to obtain more information on a specific Ancestor, print, complete, and mail the Ancestor Request form below. There is a non-refundable, $10 charge per ancestor request.
The lists are alphabetized by Last Name!
Select the file below. It is in PDF form and lists all qualifying ancestors and their application numbers.
If you have previously qualified as a member of the Children of the Republic of Texas, the form at the bottom is for you!
Please complete the form and print it out. When complete with all the required signatures and information, please send the form to our state office administrator at the address found on our contacts page.
This list reflects the grave sites of deceased Past Presidents General of the SRT. Most are known, but a few are still being sought after.
If you can help us with this information, please contact the SRT headquarters by clicking here.
Living Past Presidents General of the SRT.
If any of the information is incorrect, please contact the SRT headquarters by clicking here.
All Past Presidents General of the SRT from 1922-2020.