The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 29
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The Men of Goliad
Lass, James M.
Grant, Dr. James
Heartt, Dr. Charles P.
Howard, J. T.
Johnson, Joseph Smith
Marshall, Horace Ovid
McLanglin, John C.
Morris, Robert C.
Wentworth, J. W.
(b) Captured and taken to Matamoros as prisoners:
Brown, Reuben R.
Curtis, Stillman S.
Besides two Mexicans (one called "Cayetano"), whose full names
can doubtless be found in the Mexican archives.
Gatlin, William James
Those who escaped, except Benavides, joined Colonel Fannin
and were all killed on March 27, save Scurlock, who was spared as
a nurse. Two unnamed Americans were killed at Agua Dulce;
Grant's party consisting of twenty-three Americans and three
Mexicans, all told.
3. Men Lost at and Near Refugio in the Fighting of March
14-16, 1836, under Colonel Ward and Captain King.
Armstrong, William S.
Callison, James Henry
Colgrove, John H.
Heth, Joel F.
Johnson, William R.
King, Amon Butler
Kirk, Harvey H.
Murphy, James B.
Rodgers, John B.
Simpson, William K.
Smith, Gavin H.
Stewart, John C.
Toler, Robert A.
Weeks, Thomas G.
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