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Gen Albert Sidney Johnston (CSA) MP (1803 - 1862)

Albert Sidney Johnston (February 2, 1803 – April 6, 1862) was a career United States Army officer, a Texas Army general, and a Confederate States general. He saw extensive combat during his mi...

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Dr. Leonard Randal (1800 - 1874)

Find a Grave: RANDAL, JOHN LEONARD (1800–1874). John Leonard Randal, Republic of Texas senator and physician, was born on February 11, 1800, in Stokes County, North Carolina, the son of John...

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Peter W. Gray (1819 - 1874)

Peter W. Gray (December 12, 1819 – October 3, 1874) was an American lawyer, judge, and legislator from Texas. He represented Texas in the Confederate House of Representatives. Gray was bor...

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William Fairfax Gray (1787 - 1851)

GRAY, WILLIAM FAIRFAX (1787–1841). William Fairfax Gray, soldier, lawyer, and author, was born in Fairfax County, Virginia, on November 3, 1787, the son of William and Catherine (Dick) Gray. O...

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Bailey Anderson, Sr. (1753 - 1840)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for SOUTH CAROLINA - VIRGINIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A002346 Revolutionary War patriot Bailey Anderson, Sr. whose grave is in Elysian Fields. ...

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John Hemphill, U.S. Senator (1803 - 1862)

Find a Grave: ) John Hemphill (December 18, 1803 – January 4, 1862) was Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court, and a United States Senator. Early life Hemphill's father, Rev. John Hem...

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Robert Justus Kleberg (1803 - 1888)

Robert Justus Kleberg (September 10, 1803 – October 30, 1888), christened Johan Christian Justus Robert Kleberg, was a German Texan from Herstelle, Westphalia, then part of the Kingdom of ...

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John Beauchamp (1784 - d.)

Fought for the Republic of Texas at the Battle of San Jacinto.

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Susan Isabella Beauchamp (1795 - 1860)

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John Egbert PROCTOR (1844 - 1911)

Also married one of his sister Adaline's step daughters.

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John Thomson Mason (c.1787 - 1850)

) John Thomson Mason (8 January 1787–17 April 1850) was an American lawyer, United States marshal, Secretary of Michigan Territory from 1830 through 1831, land agent, and an important figure i...

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John Manning Walling, Sr (1775 - 1841)

John Walling, born Bet. 1772 - 1775 in Montgomery, Virginia; died March 10, 1841 in Nacogdoches, Texas. He was the son of James W. Walling and Mary White. He married Anna Chisum.

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Thomas Roderick Townsend (1797 - 1838)

THOMAS RODERICK TOWNSEND Thomas Roderick Townsend was the second child of Thomas and Mary Elizabeth (Stapleton) Townsend. He was born 7 February 1797 in Marlboro County, South Carolina. On 17 April 1...

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William Gates (1760 - 1828)

DAR Ancestor # A043587 Texas State Historical Association GATES, WILLIAM (?–1828). William Gates, Old Three Hundred colonist, was born sometime before 1760, most likely in North Carolina. ...

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ROBERT HARDIN KUYKENDALL (1788 - 1830)

Texas State Historical Association KUYKENDALL, ROBERT H., SR. (1788–1830). Robert Hardin (or Hampton) Kuykendall, an early member of the Old Three Hundred, was born in 1788 near Princeton, K...

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Andrew Mason Briscoe (1810 - 1849)

BRISCOE, ANDREW (1810–1849). Andrew Briscoe, merchant, patriot, judge, and railroad promoter, was born on November 25, 1810, on the plantation of his father, Parmenas Briscoe, in Claiborne Cou...

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William Edward Throckmorton (1796 - 1842)

THROCKMORTON, WILLIAM EDWARD (1795–1843). William Edward Throckmorton, Collin County pioneer, the son of Albion Throckmorton, a Revolutionary War soldier, was born in Virginia in 1795. He was ...

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Francis R. Lubbock, Governor (1815 - 1905)

Francis Richard Lubbock (October 16, 1815 – June 22, 1905) was the ninth Governor of Texas and was in office during the American Civil War. He was the brother of Thomas Saltus Lubbock, for w...

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Thomas Saltus Lubbock (1817 - 1862)

Thomas (some sources give Thompson) Saltus Lubbock (November 29, 1817– January 9, 1862) was a Texas Ranger and soldier in the Confederate army during the American Civil War. Biography ...

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Edward Clark, Governor (1815 - 1880)

) Edward Clark (April 1, 1815 – May 4, 1880) was the eighth Governor of Texas. His term coincided with the beginning of the American Civil War. Life and state politics Born in New Or...

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Elisha M. Pease, Governor (1812 - 1883)

Elisha Marshall Pease (January 3, 1812 – August 26, 1883) was a Texas politician. He served as the fifth and thirteenth governor of Texas. A native of Enfield, Connecticut, Pease moved t...

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George Tyler Wood, Governor (1795 - 1858)

George Tyler Wood (March 12, 1795 – September 3, 1858) was an American military officer and politician who served as the second Governor of Texas. Background Most records dealing with ...

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John Baker (1817 - 1857)

John Baker (b. 16 Jun 1817), believed to be a son of Moses Baker, purchased 3 outer Gonzales town lots in Nov and Dec of 1834 near those of his father Moses and brother Isaac. John Baker married Elizab...

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Elizabeth "Betsy" Davis (Davidson) (c.1785 - 1849)

Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 about Betsy Davidson Name: Betsy Davidson Spouse: Daniel Davis Marriage Date: 9 Dec 1803 Marriage County: Davidson Marriage State: Tennessee ~~~~...

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Daniel Davis (1782 - 1849)

Daniel and Elizabeth Davidson Davis and a child arrived in the DeWitt Colony 5 Mar 1831 according to land records. It is believed that Daniel and Elizabeth both were born in Tyrrell County, North Carol...

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Moses Baker (1791 - c.1838)

Alabama Marriages, 1809-1920 (Selected Counties) about Elizabeth Starkey Spouse 1: Moses Baker Spouse 2: Elizabeth Starkey Marriage Date: 23 Jun 1825 Marriage Place: Lawrence Performed By...

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Elizabeth Bowles (1791 - c.1827)

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Benjamin Bowles (1784 - 1827)

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Frances Caroline Gillett (1842 - 1926)

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John Shackelford Gillett (1838 - 1910)

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John Crockett Burriss (1810 - 1880)

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Martha Adelaine Crabtree (1845 - 1935)

My mother Martha Adaline Crabtree Strecker, told me (from her father, L.L. Crabtree) that Martha Smith Crabtree was Cherokee, and visited her parents Frank and Emaline Smith on the Oklahoma reservation...

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James Hamilton, Jr., Governor (1786 - 1857)

James Hamilton, served as a major in the War of 1812 and was elected Governor of South Carolina in 1830. He became known as "the Great Nullifier" He later moved to Texas where he fought in its war with...

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Isaac Parker MP (1793 - 1883)

Isaac Parker, son of Elder John Parker and Sarah "Sallie" White, was born in the northeast corner of Georgia, probably in Elbert or Franklin County, on Apr. 7, 1793. With his family, he moved to Dickso...

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Dr. Richard R. Peebles (1810 - 1893)

Dr. Richard Rodgers Peebles was the son of John and Margaret Peebles. He received a medical degree from Ohio Medical College in Cincinnati, arrived in Texas in 1835, and settled in Washington-on-the-Br...

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Leonard Waller Groce (1806 - 1873)

GROCE, LEONARD WALLER (1806–1873). Leonard Waller Groce, plantation owner, oldest son of Mary Ann (Waller) and Jared E. Groce, was born in Lincoln County, Georgia, on September 27, 1806. He was ...

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Jared Ellison Grose, II (1782 - 1836)

GROCE, JARED ELLISON GROCE, JARED ELLISON (1782–1839). Jared Ellison Groce, planter, public official, and the wealthiest settler in Stephen F. Austin's colony, was born in Halifax County, Virg...

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William Harris Wharton (1802 - 1839)

William Harris Wharton (April 27, 1802 – March 14, 1839) was an early colonist, political leader and orator in Texas. Wharton was born in Virginia and was raised by an uncle following the de...

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Lt. James B. Bonham (Alamo officer) MP (1807 - 1836)

James Butler Bonham (February 20, 1807 – March 6, 1836) was a 19th century American soldier who died at the Battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution. His younger brother, Milledge Luke ...

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William Beck Ochiltree (1811 - 1867)

William Beck Ochiltree (October 18, 1811-December 27, 1867), was a settler, judge, and legislator in Texas. In 1963, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark Number 967, honoring Colonel Ochiltree, was place...

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Sophronia King (1824 - 1914)

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Robert C Greaves (1817 - d.)

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Ebenezer Allen, Secretary of State and Attorney General of the Republic of Texas (1804 - 1863)

) Ebenezer C. Allen (April 8, 1804–1863) was Secretary of State and the last Attorney General of the Republic of Texas. He was also an Attorney General of the State of Texas. He was an early...

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Anson Jones ("Architect of Annexation"), 4th President of Texas MP (1798 - 1858)

Anson Jones (January 20, 1798 – January 9, 1858) was a doctor, businessman, congressman, the fourth and last President of Republic of Texas, sometimes called the "Architect of Annexation." E...

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Mirabeau B. Lamar, 2nd Pres., Republic of Texas (1798 - 1859)

Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar (1798–1859) was a Texas politician, diplomat and soldier who was a leading Texas political figure during the Texas Republic era. He was the second President of the Re...

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James W. Robinson (c.1791 - 1857)

James W. Robinson (c. 1791–October 27, 1857) was a politician in what became the U.S. states of Texas and California. Early years J. W. Robinson was born in what is now Hamilton Coun...

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Henry Smith (1788 - 1851)

) Henry Smith (May 20, 1788 – March 4, 1851) was first American-born Governor of the Mexican territory of Texas and briefly presided over the revolution there. Early life Smith was b...

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James Shoolbred Drayton (1820 - 1867)

James Drayton and his brother Thomas left Charleston, South Carolina and moved to Texas by 1860. When news of secession reached Texas, Thomas wrote his brother John in Charleston explaining that he and...

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Thomas Henry Middleton Drayton (1828 - 1867)

Thomas Drayton and his brother James left Charleston, South Carolina and moved to Texas by 1860. When news of secession reached Texas, Thomas wrote his brother John in Charleston explaining that he and...

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William T. Townsend (1814 - 1885)

Obit Townsend, William T. ANOTHER OLD TEXAN GONE--Mr. S. J. Townsend, of this place, informed us of the sad death of his father, Mr. W. T. Townsend, which occurred at Tuxpan, Mexico,on the night of...

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Captain Samuel Walker (1817 - 1847)

Captain Sam Walker In the 180-year history of the Texas Rangers, there have been many shining stars, but none glowed any brighter than Samuel Hamilton Walker. Walker’s years of life were few...

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Major Robert McAlpin Williamson (1804 - 1859)

Robert McAlpin Williamson (1804? – December 22, 1859) was a Republic of Texas Supreme Court Justice, state lawmaker and Texas Ranger. Williamson County, Texas is named for him. Early life Wi...

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Elizabeth Tumlinson (1820 - 1906)

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Joseph Tumlinson (1811 - 1874)

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Capt. Stephen Townsend (1801 - 1851)

Stephen Townsend, left Florida with his brother Thomas Townsend and cousin William Stapleton, but Stephen and his wife had to stop in Louisiana for the birth of their child. After the birth Stephen and...

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Branch T. Archer, Speaker of the House and Secretary of War of the Republic of Texas (1790 - 1856)

Branch Tanner Archer (1790–1856) was a Texan who served as Commissioner to the United States and Speaker of the House of the Republic of Texas House of Representatives and Secretary of War of ...

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William "Big Foot" Wallace, Texas Ranger (1817 - 1899)

William Alexander Anderson "Bigfoot" Wallace (April 3, 1817 – January 7, 1899) was a famous Texas Ranger who took part in many of the military conflicts of the Republic of Texas and the United...

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John Salmon Ford (1815 - 1897)

John Salmon Ford (May 26, 1815 – November 3, 1897), better known as "Rip" Ford, was a member of the Republic of Texas Congress and later of the State Senate, and mayor of Brownsville, Texas. H...

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Stephen F. Austin ("Father of Texas") MP (1793 - 1836)

Stephen Fuller Austin (November 3, 1793 – December 27, 1836), known as the Father of Texas, led the second and ultimately successful colonization of the region by bringing 300 families from ...

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John Austin Wharton, Secretary of War of the Republic of Texas (1806 - 1838)

) John Austin Wharton (April 1806 - December 17, 1838) was distinguished as a statesman, lawyer and a soldier. He served as Adjutant General at the Battle of San Jacinto. In a eulogy at his grave, Re...

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Brig. Gen. Thomas Green (CSA) (1814 - 1864)

) Thomas Green (June 8, 1814–April 12, 1864), lawyer, politician, soldier and officer of the Republic of Texas, and rose to the rank of Brigadier General of the Confederacy during the American...

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Elizabeth Smith (1785 - 1859)

1810 Census Pulaski County, Kentucky She is with husband and is listed as female age 10-16. 1850 Census Barzoria County, Texas Living with children no husband. Age 65 born Kentucky. Will of Mrs. El...

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Peggy Roberts (c.1770 - 1832)

The first census of Austin's Colony 1826 reflects the following: William ROBERTS p.11 Married, age over 50, farmer and stockraiser Wife, Peggy, age over 50 One male child, age 16-25 One Servant

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William Roberts (c.1755 - 1826)

The first census of Austin's Colony 1826 reflects the following: William ROBERTS p.11 Married, age over 50, farmer and stockraiser Wife, Peggy, age over 50 One male child, age 16-25 One Servant ...

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Cornelius Smith (1783 - 1837)

Cornelius SMITH WAS b. 23 Dec 1783 on Swearing Creek, Jersey Settlement, North Carolina Colony, d. 10 Oct 1837 in Brazoria Co., Texas Republic; m. 1 Jan 1803 Elizabeth 'Betsy' ROBERTS b. 1785 in Kentuc...

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Joseph L. McCoy (1827 - 1911)

When Eliza Jane died, Joseph married her much younger sister, Nancy Rose Davis.

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Susan McCoy (1828 - 1893)

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Green McCoy (1817 - 1852)

Married a daughter of Zachariah and Rosanna Chinault Davis. He was the "boy from Gonzales" described in the 13 men and boy volunteers under Capt. George B. Erath who intercepted a group of about a hund...

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Elizabeth Ann McCoy (1824 - 1899)

Prospect and Elizabeth had eleven children which included three sets of twin girls. The children were: Jesse Milam, Elizabeth L., Mary Magnalina, Zachariah Davis, Prospect Clark Jr., Constanna Catherin...

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Prospect Clark McCoy (1816 - 1884)

Prospect McCoy was thirteen when the family arrived in Texas. During the Texas Revolution, with other members of his family, he contributed to the cause of freedom serving with captain Albert Martin's ...

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Joseph Hill McCoy (1791 - 1836)

Joseph joined his father and 5 other McCoys in the DeWitt colony with wife and 5 children January 19, 1829, although by census he was in the colony in 1828. Their last 2 children were born in Texas. Jo...

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John "Devil Padre" McCoy (1776 - 1836)

Mormon records show his death as 1838. ---------------- John McCoy Sr., son of John and Martha Humphrey McCoy, arrived with wife Martha and children Daniel and Louisa in 1827 and are listed in the ...

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Jesse McCoy (Immortal 32 Gonzales Ranger) (1804 - 1836)

Jesse McCoy, 32, born 1804 in Gyrosburg, Tennessee, a resident of Gonzales and Private rifleman in the Gonzales Rangers. He was son of John and Martha Dunbar McCoy who were among the first settlers of ...

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Rosanna Davis (1805 - 1880)

Rosanna was born June 15, 1805. She was the daughter of Isaac and Margaret Chinault and a descendant of Estienne Cheneau, a French Hugeunot who arrived in America in March, 1701 with his wife. Descenda...

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Rev. Orin Guthrie (1804 - 1854)

First husband of Elizabeth Jane Davis. ---------------- He and his wife were in the "Runaway Scrape" and the burning of Gonzales in 1835. His wife set fire to her home, and left on horseback with h...

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John McKinney (1799 - 1881)

Written by daughter Johnnie Elizabeth McKinney: In 1854, at Sweet Home, Lavaca County, Elizabeth Jane Davis married John McKinney, a man of sterling and fearless character. He came from Mississippi t...

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Elizabeth Ann Davis (1810 - 1882)

September 12, 1854, the date of George Washington's marriage to his second wife Elizabeth Ann McCullough, a widow and mother of two sons: William McCullough who married Ann Elizabeth, the only daughter...

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Mary Caroline Davis (c.1812 - c.1853)

On 27 May 1840 George Washington Davis married Mary Caroline Pease, a young widow who was the mother of four children. Early research stated that her maiden name was thought to be "Kelly" and that "she...

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David Crockett MP (deceased)

This son of Alexander Crockett and Elizabeth Crockett (Watkins) is NOT the famous Davy Crockett. The birth & death information currently associated with this profile is for that other (famous) Davy C...

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Richard Bache, Jr., Texas politician (1784 - 1848)

Grandson of Benjamin Franklin ) Richard Franklin Bache (March 11, 1784 - March 17,1848) married Sophia Durrell Dallas, the eldest daughter of Arabella Maria Smith and Alexander J. Dallas who was ...

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Colonel James C. Neill (1790 - 1845)

James Clinton Neill (c. 1790 – 1845)[1] was a 19th-century American soldier and politician, most noted for his role in the Texas Revolution and the early defense of the Alamo. He was born ...

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Frank W. Johnson (1799 - 1884)

Francis White "Frank" Johnson (October 3, 1799 – April 8, 1884) was a co-commander of the Texian Army from December 1835 through February 1836, during the Texas Revolution. Johnson arrived i...

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Benjamin Rush "Ben" Milam (1788 - 1835)

Benjamin Rush "Ben" Milam (October 20, 1788 – December 7, 1835) was a leading figure in the Texas Revolution. Milam County, Texas was named in his honor. He was born in Kentucky. Early l...

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Deaf Smith (1787 - 1837)

Erastus "Deaf" Smith (April 19, 1787– November 30, 1837) was an American frontiersman noted for his part in the Texas Revolution and the army of the Republic of Texas. He fought at the Grass...

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Gen. Edward Burleson, VP of the Republic of Texas (1798 - 1851)

Edward Burleson (December 15, 1798 – December 26, 1851) was a soldier, general, and statesman in the state of Missouri, the Republic of Texas, and later the U.S. state of Texas. Early life...

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Captain Philip Dimmitt (1801 - 1841)

Philip Dimmitt (1801–1841) was an officer in the Texian Army during the Texas Revolution. Born in Kentucky, Dimmitt moved to Texas in 1823 and soon operated a series of trading posts. After ...

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Mary Ann Adams (1818 - 1898)

Mary Ann Adams Maverick (March 16, 1818-February 24, 1898), was an early Texas pioneer and author of memoirs which form an important source of information on daily life in and around San Antonio du...

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Samuel Augustus Maverick (1803 - 1870)

Samuel Augustus Maverick (July 23, 1803–September 2, 1870) was a Texas lawyer, politician, land baron and signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. His name is the source of the ter...

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2nd Lieutenant Samuel Maverick, Jr. (CSA) (1837 - 1936)

. Samuel Maverick, Jr. was a Texas soldier and businessman, born 14 May 1837 at Montpelier Plantation, near Pendleton, South Carolina, the first-born of Samuel Augustus Maverick and Mary Ann Adam...

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Juana Navarro Alsbury (1812 - 1888)

See link below: Juana Navarro Alsbury (1812 – July 23, 1888) was one of the few Texian survivors of the Battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution in 1836. As Mexican forces entered h...

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Horace Arlington Alsbury (1805 - 1847)

Horace Arlington Alsbury (1805–1847) was one of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred and was also notable for his participation In the siege of San Antonio de Bexar in November–Decem...

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Byrd Lockhart (1782 - 1839)

Byrd Lockhart (1782–1839), was a 19th-century Texas surveyor, Alamo defender, courier, and Texian officer during the Texas Revolution. Early life and family Lockhart was born in Virg...

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John Newton Sowell (1780 - 1838)

John Newton Sowell and family of six arrived in the DeWitt Colony from Tennessee via Missouri in 1830. Land records indicated that he and sons Lewis D. and William A. received multiple land grants in t...

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Andrew Jackson Sowell (1815 - 1883)

Andrew Jackson Sowell (1815-1883) was a 19th century lifelong soldier extraordinaire. He was a participant in the Texas Revolution, Mexican American War, and Civil War. He was a frontier defender, ...

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Colonel Albert C. Horton, 1st Lieutenant Governor of Texas (1798 - 1865)

Albert Clinton Horton (September 4, 1798 – September 1, 1865) was a Texan politician, and the first Lieutenant Governor of Texas. Early life Horton was born on September 4, 1798 in H...

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Colonel James W. Fannin, Jr. MP (1804 - 1836)

James Walker Fannin, Jr. (January 1, 1804 (probably) – March 27, 1836) was a 19th-century U.S. military figure on the Texas Army and leader during the Texas Revolution of 1835–36. Aft...

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Major Charles S. West (CSA) (1829 - 1885)

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Thomas Howard Duval (1813 - 1880)

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John Crittenden Duval (1816 - 1897)

John Crittenden Duval (1816-1897) was an American writer of Texas literature. He has been noted as being the first Texas man of letters and was dubbed the "Father of Texas Literature" by J. Frank D...

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Captain Burr H. Duval (1809 - 1836)

Burr Harrison Duval (1809 – March 27, 1836) was the commander of the Kentucky Mustangs, First Regiment Volunteers, a group of Kentucky Long-riflemen formed in Bardstown, Kentucky in Novemb...

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