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  • Joseph T. Bowman (1811 - 1883)
    Joseph T Bowman (1811-1883) was a native of Illinois. Son of Jesse B Bowman who died at the Alamo in Texas in 1836. He arrived in Texas in 1835. Joseph T Bowman enlisted in a Company, known as the US...
  • Bradford C. Fowler (b. - 1850)
    Bradford C. Fowler served as a sergeant in one of James W. Fannin, Jr.'s companies during the Texas Revolution.
  • Andrew Jackson Fowler (1815 - 1885)
    FOWLER, ANDREW JACKSON (1815-1885). Andrew Jackson (Jack) Fowler, jurist, teacher, legislator, and Confederate Army officer, was born near the Caldwell County, Kentucky, town of Princeton on November...
  • John Hopkins Fowler (1796 - 1873)
    John Hopkins Fowler, early settler, soldier, and legislator, the son of Godfrey and Clara (Wright) Fowler, Jr., was born on December 23, 1796, in Tennessee. The name of his first wife is not known, b...
  • Henry Lawrence Kinney (1814 - 1862)
    Henry Lawrence (or Livingston) Kinney, land speculator, was born near Shesequin, Pennsylvania, on June 3, 1814, the son of Simon and Phoebe (Cash) Kinney. After his mother's death in 1835 he moved with...

A project for those who have family members who go back to the days of Mexican Texas and the Republic of Texas.

Mexican Texas is the name given by Texas history scholars to the period between 1821 and 1836, when Texas was governed by Mexico.

The Republic of Texas was an independent nation in North America, bordering the United States and Mexico, that existed from 1836 to 1846.

Mexican Texas - Wikipedia:

The Republic of Texas - Wikipedia:

Timeline of the Republic of Texas:

Texas State Library and Archives:

Texas General Land Office:

Texas State Historical Association:

Sons of DeWitt Colony Texas:

The Alamo: (See also related project The Alamo)

Please feel free to add any profiles of your family members that go back to the days of Mexican Texas (1821-1836) and the Republic of Texas (1836-1846).