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Sam Houston - Early Life and Family Heritage
... Sam Houston was the son of Major Samuel Houston and Elizabeth Paxton ... Houston's ancestry is often traced to his great-great grandfather Sir John Houston, who built a family estate in Scotland in the late seventeenth century ... His second son John Houston emigrated to Ulster, Ireland, during the plantation period ...

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