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however, about Jan. 17th, the company broke up, a fragment only, according to F. W. Johnson, going on to Refugio. This fragment was commanded by Edward Fuller, who signed the Convention Memorial about February 5th as "Captain, Louisville Volunteers."

After the departure of Captain Wyatt, with many men from his company, about February 4th, what remained of it absorbed the fragmentary "Louisville Volunteers," but Fuller, for some reason, did not become an officer of the consolidated company. His name appears as a private on the muster roll of Wyatt's Company for February 29th, and he was a victim of the general massacre of March 27, 1836.
 

GALLAGHER, DOMINICPrivate
AgeWinn's Company

On LOMR for Winn's Company this name is plainly and simply "Dominic Gallagher," but it is badly tortured on some of the versions of the T&TR roll. Dr. Barnard's revised roll has "Dominie Gallaglie," but the corrected version of that roll in AGO, is, also, plainly "Dominic Gallagher." All sources agree, however, that this solder was a private in Winn's Company who perished in the general massacre at Goliad, March 27, 1836.
 


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© 1936 Harbert Davenport
NOTES FROM AN UNFINISHED STUDY OF FANNIN AND HIS MEN
H. David Maxey, Editor             Webpage of January 1, 2000