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About Juan Antonio Badillo
Native Texan Alamo Defender. He was one of twenty-four native Texans known as Tejanos, who enlisted for six months' service during the Texas Revolution. Under the command of Captain Juan N. Seguin, he took part in the siege of Bexar. After the battle, he accompanied Captain Seguín back to Bexar and entered the Alamo garrison in February 1836. He remained in the Alamo after Captain Seguin was sent out to rally reinforcements and died in the battle of the Alamo.