The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 28
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
shall come, and the changes that occur, the prayer of Texas'
sons and daughters at this, their shrine, shall always be,
"Lord, keep their memories green!"
ROLL OF COLONEL FANNIN'S COMMAND
1. Men of Colonel Francis W. Johnson's Party, Surprised at
and near San Patricio, February 27, 1836.
Bunsen, Dr. Gustav
Hort, Dr. William M. W.
Pearson, Thomas K.
Two San Antonio Mexicans, in the service of Texas, whose
names are not known.
(b) Captured and sent as prisoners to Matamoros:
Benson, William B.
Hall, William L.
Kerr, Lucius H.
Mahan, Phineas Jenks
McKneely, Samuel W.
Mitchell, Thomas S.
Pittman, Hutchins M.
Five San Antonio Mexicans, in the service of Texas, including
Arreola and Zambrano, members of well known families of Bxar.
The Mexican archives should contain a list of these men.
Beck, John F.
Hufty, Edward H.
Johnson, Francis W.
Love, John H.
Miller, James M.
Toler, Daniel J.
Beck, Miller, and Hufty were killed at Goliad with Colonel
Colonel Johnson's party numbered 34 men. Two other Ameri-
cans, names unknown, were probably killed at San Patricio.
2. Men of Dr. James Grant's Party Destroyed at Agua Dulce,
March 2, 1836.
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