The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 32
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Pease, L. T.
Rains, Joel D.
Trezevant, James P.
(e) Detailed to build boats, at Victoria, March 23, 1886:
Barnwell, James H.
Callahan, James H.
Hammock, Roderick Pierce
Hitchcock, Andrew Jackson
Kennymore, John C. P.
Lamkin, John James
Neely, James H.
O'Daniel, John, Jr.
Smith, Thomas J.
Spiller, John T.
Stewart, Thomas G.
Wilkinson, William L.
All those who knew A. J. Hitchcock in his old age are convinced
that he escaped from the massacre on March 27, instead of having
been detained at Victoria on the 23rd; but all existing official
records and statements of contemporaries are in accord in listing
him as one of the Victoria men.
(f) Detained at Victoria by General Urrea; afterward escaped:
Greene, Sion Duff
5. Men of Colonel Fannin's Command, as of March 18-19, 1836:
(a) Escaped to Victoria, night of March 18:
Durret, Silas M.
(b) Mounted men under Captain Horton, not captured on March
Adams, Thomas Jefferson
Baylor, Dr. John Walker
Boom, Garrett E.
Bridgeman, George J.
Brooks, George Whitfield
Buckner, J. W.
Eastland, Nicholas W.
Francis, William C.
Horton, Albert C.
Kincheloe, Augustus S.
Moore, James W.
Osborn, John L.
Robinson, George N.
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