Texas Almanac, 1941-1942 Page: 75
Col. James Walker Fannin's Men.-(Continued.)
Hemphill, William Perkins, D. A J Williams, Napoleon B Jackson, John
Heyser, John Petrussewicz, A Wilson, Robert W Kelly, John
Hill, Stuart Adolph Wilson, Samuel Mann, William H
Hitchard, John Pettus, Samuel Oerton Wingate, Edward McKnight. George
Hodge, Nathan Petty, Rufus R Winn. James C. Petrussewicz,
Hufty, Edward H. Phillips, Charles Wmnnlngham, H Francis
Hughes, Wesley Pierce, Stephen William S Quin, William
Hughes, Wiley Pittman, James F Winship, Stephen Savage, William F
Humphrles, Jesse C. Pittman, Samuel C. Winter, Andrew Swords, Archibald
Hunt, Francis M Powell, Lewis Witt, Hughes
Hunter, William Powers, John M Wood, Henry H Escaped from the
Hurst, Stephen Decatur Preusch, William G. Wood, John massacre, March 27,
Jack, James C Rainey, Robert R. Wood, William P. 1836-
Jackson. John N. Reed, James Wren. Allen Allen. Thomas G
James, - - - Rees, Thomas B Wright. Isaac Newton Brenan, William
James, John Reese, Perry Yeamans, Elias Robert Brooks, Zacharlah S
Jennings, Charles B. Reeves, Thomas Yeamans. Erastus Brown, Samuel T
Johnson, David Richards, John Young, Harrison Butler, Bennett
Johnson, Edward J. Riddell, Samuel Young. James O Cooper, Dillard
Johnston, William P. Riddle, Joseph P. Youngblood, Solomon Devenny, Neill John
Jones, Henry W. Rpley, Henry D Possibl killed with alEhrenberg H tenden
Kelly, James Roberts, Thomas H Colonel Fannin's com- Haddon, William
Kelly, John Rooney, Cornellus mand-- Hamilton. Isaac D
Kemp, James P. Rose, Gideon Chambers. John L Hazen, Nathancel
King, Montgomery B. Rowe, Samuel Eadock, Henry H Hicks, Joseph W
Kinney, Allen O. Rumley, Thomas Hamlet, Richard Green Holland, Benjamin H.
Klssam, P T Ryan. Edward Ward, Henry L. Holliday, John
Kornicky, John Sanders, Samuel Smith Ward, John Hunter, William John L.
Lamond, Adams G. Sanders, Wade H
Lantz, Charles Sargent, Charles *NOT KILLED Irish, Milton
Lee, Green Saunders, James H. IN MASSACRE. Jones, David J.
Leverett, Oscar F. Schultz, Henry Lewis Following is a list of Kemp, Thomas
Linley, Charles Scott, R J. men in Colonel Fan- Mason, William
Logan, John C Sealy, John nln's Command, as of Martindale. Daniel
Loverly, Alexander J. Seaton, J. M. March 18-19, 1836. who Murphy, Daniel
Loving, Joseph S. Sevenman, Frederick were not killed in the Rees, John
Lynch, A M Seward, John massacre of March 27, Shain, Charles B
Lynde, A H Shackelford, compiled by Harbert Sharpe. Augustus V
Mahoney, Dennis Fortunatus S Davenport, Browns- Simpson, Wilson
Martin, Henry Shackelford, William J ville: Van Bibber, Sidney
Mattern, Peter Short, Zachariah H Escapedilliams, John
Mays, Samuel A. J. Escaped to Victoria,
Mays, Samuel A.J. Simmons, S. night of March 18- Men spared at Cn-
McCoy, James Simpson, Lawson S. Durret. Silas M ad, March 27. 1836-
McDonald, James A. Slatter, Randolph Ludgton, lam Barnard, Dr Joseph H
McGloln, John Smith. James Ludington, Elam Barnard, Dr Joseph
McGowan, Dennis Smith, Sidney Mounted men under Boyle, Andrew Michael
McGowen, John Smith, William A. Captain Horton, not Field, Dr. Joseph E
McKenzle, Kenneth Spencer, Henry captured on March 19- Garcia, Francisco
McKinley, Charles Sprague, Samuel 20, 1836- Griffin. Peter
McLennan, Alexander Stephens, William Adams, Thomas Hughes, Benjamin H
McManomy, JB Stevens, Abraham Jefferson Hughes, James
MMurray, William Stewart, Charles B Austin, Norman .organ Abel
McSherry, James Stovall, Jo, Joseph A. Baylor, Dr. John Pttuck, George
Merrlfield, William Strunk, Bennett Walker Rosenbury, William
Jefferson Taliaferro, Betts, Jacob Scurlock, William
Miller, Isaac H. Benjamin W Boom, Garrett E. Shackelford, Dr. Jack
Miller, James M. Tatom, Memory B. Bridgeman, George J. Smith, Charles
Mills, Seaborn A. Tatom, Joseph R. Brooks, George Spohn, Joseph H
Mllne, Charles C Taylor, Kneeland mWhitfield Vose, John George
Minor, Drury Hugh Thayer, George J W Buckner, J W Andrew
Mitchell, Warren Thomas. Evans B Cantwell, Thomas White. Alvin E
Jordan Thorn, John Stephen Clements, Joseph Wuthrich, Ulrich
Mitchell, Washington Ticknor, Isaac DeMoss, Lewis Men of Colonel Fan-
Mixon, Claiborne D. Tilson, Lewis DeMoss. William nim's command not
Moat, John Turbeville, Wilkins S Eastland, Nicholas W. killed or captured be-
Moody, Edward Tyler. John Fenner, Joseph cause absent, March
Moore, David Vaughan, James Francis, William C. 14-27, 1836, due to ill-
Moore, John H. Vaughan. William E. George, Jefferson ness or duty-
Moore, John O. Vlgal, George Marion Horton, Albert C. Barton, John
Morgan, John F. Volckman, Frederick J. Jones, Francis Bullock, Munroe
Moses, David Wadsworth, William Jones, John Burke, David N.
Munson, Charles Rufus A O. Kmncheloe, Augustus S. Dickinson, Robert
Murdock, David A. Waggoner, William Moore, James W. Early, Francis S.
Neven, Patrick Wallace. A J Morgan, Charles Good. Isham J.
Nobles, Watkins Wallace, Benjamin C Osborn, John L. Hopkins, Joseph
Noland, James Wallace. Samuel P Osborn, Thomas Howe Joseph
Numlmn, John Ward, William Riley, Michael Kenyon, Amos D
Oliver, John M. Waters, Nicholas B Robinson,. George N Lamar. Basil
O'Neal, Zeno R. Watson, Joseph W Scott, Levi Pendleton Lowary, John
Osborn, Patrick Weaver, Alman Terrell, Christopher Magee, Dr William H.
Wings. Robert Smith Webb, James Thompson, Thomas S McNelly, Bennett
Pace, Robert A West, James Wheelwright, Patton, Alexander E.
Paine, George W. Weston, Thomas George W Smith, John
Parker, John K. Westover, Ira J Wright, Ralph Tennant, Simpson
Parker, William S. Wheeler, Orlando Killed in action, or Thornton, Francis W
Parvin, William Wilder, James S mortally wounded Van Bibber. John
Patton, Charles Wilkey, Henry March 19, 1836- Washington
Penny, George W. Wlliams, Abner B Dorsey, Alfred Lewis M H
Perkins, Austin Williams, James Elgenauer, Conrad Williams, Joseph T
'This list should not be confused with the lists on following page The men under this heading were
directly under command of Colonel Fannin at the time of the battle preceding the massacre, although
some of those listed here did not take part In the battle
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