Texas Almanac, 1941-1942 Page: 70
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70 TEXAS ALMANAC.-1941-42.
Men Who Died in the Battle of the Alamo.-(Continued.)
*Hersee, William Musselman, Robert Thomson, John W Olamlo, George
Holland, Tapley Nava, Andres Thompson, Jesse G Spratt, John
Holloway, Samuel Neggan, George Thurston, John M Plxon, John
Howell, William D. Nelson, Andrew M. Trammel, Burke Warner, - - -
Jackson, William Daniel Nelson, Edward Travis, William Barrett
Jackson, Thomas Nelson, George Tumlinson, George W COURIERS FROM
Jameson, Green B Northcross, James Walker, Asa THE ALAMO
*Jennings, Gordon C "Nowlan, James Walker, Jacob During the siege
Johnson, Lewls Pagan, George Ward, William B Travis sent out a num-
Johnson, William Parker, Christopher *tWarnell, Henry(') ber of couriers, some
Jones, John Parks, William Washington, Joseph G of whom: returned and
Kellogg, Johnny 'Patillo, Juan Antonio Waters, Thomas died in the final battle
Kenny, James Perry, Richardson Wells, William Those known to have
Kent, Andrew Pollard, Amos White, Isaac . been couriers:
Kerr, Joseph Reynolds, John Purdy White, Robert Allen, James L
*Kimbell, George C Robinson, Isaac Williamson, Hiram J Baylor, John W
King, John G. Roberts, Thomas H Wilson, David L SBonham, James Butler
King, William P. Robertson, James Wilson, John tBrown, Robert
Lewis, William Irvine Rose, James M. Wolfe, Antony Cruz y Arocho, Antonio,
Lightfoot, William J Rusk, Jackson J. Wright, Claiborne Garza, Alexandro de la
Lindley, Jonathan L Rutherford, Joseph Zanco, Charles Highsminth
Linn, William Ryan, Isaac t - - -, Johnson, - -F
Losoyo,Toribio Domingo Scurlock, Mial Lockhart, Byrd
Main, George Sewell, Marcus L. VICTIMSROBABLE ALAMO LockhMartin, Albert
Washington Shied, Manson There is good though Oury. William S.
Malone, William T Simmons, Cleveland not conclusive proof Seguin, Juan N.
Marshall, William Smith, (Clellandrew Knloch that the following died Smith, John W.
Martin, Albert Smith, Andrew H. In the Alamo: Smithers, Lancelot
McCafferty, Edward Smith, Charles S. Anderson, - - - Sowell, Andrew
McCoy, Jesse Smith, Joshua G. Burnell - - - Sutherland, John
McDowell, William Smith, William H. Kedison (Keddison,
McGee, James Starr, Richard Kedsson) - - - PROBABLE
McGregor, John *Stewart, James E. Ingram - -- COURIERS.
McKmney, Robert Stockton, Richard L. Robbins (George S.?) There is good but not
Melton, Ehel Summerlin, A. Spain conclusive proof that
Miller, Thomas R Summers, William E. POSSIBLE ALAMO the following were cou-
Mills, William Sutherland, William D. VICTIMS. riers from the Alamo:
Millsapps, Isaac Taylor, Edward There is some evi- Bastian, Samuel G.
*Mitchasson, Edward F Taylor, George dence that the follow- De Sauque, Francis
Mitchell, Edwin T Taylor, James ing died in the Alamo. Navan, Gerald
Mitchell, Napoleon B Taylor, William Ayers, - - - Patton, Capt. William
Moore, Robert B Thomas, B. Archer M George, William Simpson, W. K.
Moore, Willis Thomas, Henry Jackson, John *$Warnell, Henry
'There is uncertainty as to the spelling of some of the names. The name having best evidence is
given in each instance The following alternative spellings are found in the records: Blazeby, Blazenby,
Cane, Cain, Damon, Daymon; Cochran, Cochrane, Darst, Durst; Dennison, Denison; Dickinson, Dick-
erson; Dimkins, Dimpkins; Duel, Dewell; Duvalt, Devault; Fishbaugh, Fishback; Furtleroy, Fontleroy.
Gwynne, Gwin; Hannum, Hannan, Hanuam; Haskell, Heiskill; Hersee, Hersey; Jennings, Jennins,
Kimbell, Kimble, Mitchasson, Mitcherson; Nowlan, Nowlin; Patillo, Badillo; Shied, Shead; Stewart
Stuart; Warnell, Wornel, Wornell.
tNegro slave who was killed in battle; surname not known.
tBoth Bonham and Martin served as couriers and returned to the Alamo to die in the final conflict
Robert Brown served as a courier, and probably Warnell did, but it is not definitely established
whether they returned to the Alamo before the battle of March 6.
Officers and Men of the Texas Army Who Participated
in the Battle of San Jacinto.
The following list of those who fought at the Battle of San Jacinto, April 21, 1836. is
the same as that inscribed on interior walls of the San Jacinto Battlefield Monument, and
printed in the report on Monuments by the Centennial Control Commission of 1936. The
list was compiled by L. W. Kemp, Houston. (See p. 51.)
Adams, Thomas Baker, Moseley Bell, James Madison Bond, Henry
Jefferson Balch, Hezekiah Bell, Peter Hansbrough Booker, Dr Shields
Aldrich, Collin Benjamin Bell, Thomas Henry Boom, Garret E.
Alexander, Jerome B Balch, John Bennett, Joseph L. Borden, John Petit
Allen, John Melville Bancroft, Jethro Bennett, W. B. Borden, Paschal Pavolo
Allison, John C. Russell Bennett, William Bostick, Sion Record
Allison, Moses Banks, Reason Benson, Ellis Bottsford, Seymour
Alsbury, Horace Barcmas, Andres Benton, Alfred Bowen, R.
Arlington Bardwell, Soloman B Benton, Daniel Box, Tames Edward
Alsbury, Young Perry Barker, George Bernardi, Prospero Box, John Andrew
Anderson, Washington Barkley, John A. Bernbeck, Wilhelm Box, Nelson
Andrews, Micah Barr, Robert Christoph Frederick Box, Thomas Griffin
Angel, John Barstow, Joshua Berry, Andrew Jackson Boyd, James C.
Anson, Orin D. Barton, Elder B Berryhill, William M Boyles, William
Armot, W. S. Barton, Jefferson A Billingsley, Jesse Bradley, Isaac B.
Armstrong, Irwin Barton, Wayne Bingham, Mathias A Bradley, James
Arnold, Hayden Bateman, William Bird, James Brake, Michael J.
Arocha, Jose Maria Baxter, Montgomery Birt, Samuel Pearce Branch,Edward Thomas
Arocha, Manuel Baylor, Dr. John W Bissett, Robert B Breeding, Fidelle S.
Arreola, Simon Bear, Isaac H. Blackwell, Thomas Breedlove, A W.
Atklnson, Milton B Beard, Andrew Jackson Blakey, Lemuel Brenan, William
Avery, Willis Beason, Leander Stockton Brewer, Henry Mitchell
Bailey, Alexander Beauchamp, John Bledsoe, George L Brewster, Henry Percy
Bailey, Howard W. Beebe, John N. Blue, Uriah Brigham, Benjamin
Barn, Noel M Begley, John Bollinger, Ephraim Rice
Baker, D Davis D Belden, John Bollinger, Peter
Baker, Joseph Belknap. Thomas Bomar, William W (Continued Next Page.)
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