The early history of Galveston, by Dr. J. O. Dyer

30 The Early History of Galveston.
to pay expenses, so that the charge of bribery against him was unfounded.
General Cos remained on Galveston Island until August, when he was sent
to Hardin's camp on the Trinity.
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The Mexicans used copper balls in their warfare.
On May 15 a Mr. Trask died from blood poison from a copper ball. He
tad been wounded in a skirmish with Mexicans on April 15 and brought to
Galveston from Harrisburg.
Partial inLt.
Of those here in 1836, the following have found their final resting place
in Galveston cemeteries:
Burnet . G. .................................... President of the Republic
Sherman, Gen. Sidney ............................. 2nd Reg., San Jacinto
Hall, Col. Warren D. C . ............... Staff Officer and Secretary of War
Labadie, Dr. N. D ..................... . ...... Physician at San Jacinto
Collingsworth, J. . ................................ Secretary of State
Austin, Col. W . T .................. .............................. Pioneer
Dyer, Col. Leon .................................. Staff Officer and Major
Farish, Oscar ................................................. San Jacinto
Dunbar, Wm. ......................................... Co. B, Volunteers
Franklin, Capt. B. C. .............................................. Co. K
Jack, Patrick C. .................................................. Pioneer
Jack, W . H. ...................................................... Pioneer
Somerville, A. ......................... First Regiment, Texas Volunteers
Quirk, E. ..................................... San Jacinto
H eard, J. E. Capt. .................................................. Co. F
Hurd, Norman ............................................... Texas Navy
Haskins, Thos. A. .... ........................... First Regiment
Sylvester, Jas. A ....................................... .. Co. A
Falvel, Capt. Luke .................................................. Navy
Burns Aaron, Lieut. ......................... ..... Navy
Hardin, Wm ..................................................... Pioneer
M enard, M . B. .................................................... Pioneer
Peacock, Jas. ............................................... . San Jacinto
Callahan, John T. ............................................ San Jacinto
Maas, Sam .......... ......................................... M erchant
Allen, I. M. ........................ ........ ... San Jacinto and navy
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Dyer, Joseph O. The early history of Galveston, by Dr. J. O. Dyer. Galveston, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24651/. Accessed November 28, 2014.