The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 21
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Ben McCulloch: A Big Captain 21
The body of General Ben McCulloch was returned to Texas
by John Henry Brown, arriving in Austin on April g, 1862, where
it was interred with military honors in the State Cemetery. Ben
McCulloch had started his career in Texas in battle and ended
it in battle for the cause supported by Texas. In his will dated
April 3, 1858, McCulloch wrote, "I leave my soul to God who
gave it, and my body to the State of Texas."79
79Williams and Barker, Writings of Houston, V, 503; Brown to Governor Clark,
March 26, 1862, McCulloch Papers, III; Texas Gazette (Austin), April 12, 1862.
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