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but does not mention names.

His story is confirmed by Captain J. S. Brooks, who wrote, on March 10th, that five men had escaped from Grant's Command at Agua Dulce. Scurlock and David Moses, of Llewellyn's men with Grant, who had come in singly, were two of these, and Gatlin, Reed, and Spain, were the other three men who served with both Llewellyn and Burke.

Gatlin was paid for his services as a private in Breece's Company from October 15, 1835 to March 27, 1836. Thomas H. Gatlin collected his pay as attorney for William Gatlin, Sr., the soldier's father and heir. [CMSR, No. 102, State Library.]
 

GEORGE, JEFFERSONPrivate
AgeHorton's Company

Jefferson George served at Goliad with Captain Dimitt's Company during the autumn of 1835, and returned there as a private in Captain A. C. Horton's Company in March, 1836. He escaped capture on March 19, 1836, through being in the advance party sent forward under Captain Horton to reconnoitor and hold the Coleto Crossing.
 

GIBBS, JOHNPrivate
AgeBullock's Company

James S. Gillett certified, April 9, 1853, that the name of Gibbs appeared on the original muster roll of Captain Bullock's Company in his office, and that there was evidence


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NOTES FROM AN UNFINISHED STUDY OF FANNIN AND HIS MEN
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