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Whilst in conversation, with this treacherous youth, apparently 21 or 22, light hair, fair skin, standing about 5 feet 7-1/2 or 8 inches, I was accosted by General Filisola thro his interpreter."  [W. D. Redd, May, 1836, Lamar Papers, No. 373, Vol. I, p. 387.]
There is a hint that Greene may have been with Mexia at Tampico under the name of Marks, and that he joined Ticknor's Company at Velasco.
 

GREYNOLDS, E. J. D.First Sergeant of Infantry
AgeWestover's Company

Greynolds, (also spelled Grinalds) was with Mexia at Tampico, and was left with others at Velasco, where he and two others of Mexia's men, Henry L. Schultz and Robert English, attached themselves to Winn's Company. But on their arrival at Goliad on February 12th, they transferred to the regular service, and so joined their Tampico companions in Lieutenant Francis W. Thornton's infantry section of Captain Westover's Command. [See Land Office Muster Rolls, and Public Debt Papers, 2nd class "B", No. 6049.]
 


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© 1936 Harbert Davenport
NOTES FROM AN UNFINISHED STUDY OF FANNIN AND HIS MEN
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