The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 90, July 1986 - April, 1987 Page: 34
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*Amos Barber (son of Samuel Barber)a
*Samuel Barber a
*Martin Dunman (cousin of Reuben Dunman)
Burrell Franks, or his sonsd
John M. Smith
Silas Smith h
William M. Smith (son of John M. Smith)g
*Elisha H. R. Wallis b
*James Taylor White a
*John White (son of James Taylor White)'
John A. Williams
*A. J. Winfree a
*Jacob F. WinfreeJ
aE. F. Stanley to James Morgan, May 15, 1836, John H. Jenkins (ed.), The Papers of the Texas
Revolution, I835-1836 (lo vols.; Austin, 1973), VI, 299.
bJohn Middleton (descendant of Elisha H. R. Wallis) to M. S. H., 1983, interview; Barrow
folder (Wallisville Heritage Park). Family tradition has it that Wallis joined the Texas army in
May or June, 1836, but no record of his service has been found.
cMeredith Duncan to David G. Burnet, May 1, 1836, Jenkins (ed.), Papers, VI, 140-141.
dThomas J. Rusk to Morgan, ibid., V, 236.
eL. Lawrence to Morgan,June 7, 1836,James Morgan Papers (Rosenberg Library, Galveston).
fHarvey Whiting to Morgan, May 3, 1836, Jenkins (ed.), Papers, VI, 156-158.
sPeter J. Menard to Richard R. Royall, Oct. 19, 1835, ibid., II, 285-
h No service record can be found.
IBurnet to Morgan, May 16, 1835, Jenkins (ed.), Papers, VI, 3o8-309.
i Kent Gardien, "Kokernot and His Tory," Texana, VIII, No. 3 (1970), 269-294.
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