Richardson A. Scurry
Richardson A. Scurry (November 11, 1811, Gallatin, Tennessee – April 9, 1862, Hempstead, Texas) was a Texas politician and a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives. He was a soldier in the Texas Revolution, fighting at the Battle of San Jacinto, and later, a lawyer, a judge and an Associate Justice of the Texas Supreme Court.
He died of complications from having his foot amputated, which was made necessary after he shot himself in the foot during a hunting trip in August 1854.
- United States Congress. "Richardson A. Scurry (id: S000207)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
- Richardson A. Scurry from the Handbook of Texas Online
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