The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 37
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The Men of Goliad
Young, James O.
There is substantial evidence that the name Bell Marvin on
this page should "Bill Marvin," and Charles J. Carrier, "Charles
J. Carrer"; that Thomas T. Churchill should be Thomas T.
Churchwell"; and John Donoho, "John Donahoo"; that John
Kornicky is properly "Isaac Kornicky"; Henry Martin, "Harvey
Martin"; Thomas Reeves, "Thomas Rives"; and Frederick Seven-
man, "Frederick Seibenman." The best evidence rule was fol-
lowed in cases of doubt.
(e) Escaped from the massacre, March 27, 1886:
Allen, Thomas G.
Brooks, Zachariah S.
Brown, Samuel T.
Devenny, Neill John
Duval, John Crittenden
Hamilton, Isaac D.
Hicks, Joseph W.
Holland, Benjamin H.
Holliday, John C.
Hunter, William L.
Jones, David J.
Shain, Charles B.
Sharpe, Augustus V.
Van Bibber. Sidney
Allen, Brown, Ehrenberg, Hamilton, Mason, and Rees were re-
captured after having escaped, before reaching the Texan settle-
ments, and were detained by the enemy from a few weeks to many
months, before they again escaped or were released. Devenny,
Hamilton, Hunter, and Martindale escaped despite having received
(f) Men spared at Goliad, March 27, 1836:
Barnard, Dr. Joseph H.
Boyle, Andrew Michael
Field, Dr. Joseph E.
Hughes, Benjamin H.
Spohn, Joseph H.
Vose, John George Andrew
White, Alvin E.
Morgan's enlistment, and the official references to his being spared
at Goliad, are in the name of "Thomas Smith." James Hughes,
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