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war schooner Montezuma and run ashore, with a prize crew aboard, near Paso Cavallo, and afterward retaken by S. Rhodes Fisher, in the William Robbins. Young Hand made his way to Matagorda, and was employed by R. R. Royall, and resided in his home.

He enlisted in Horton's Company, when it was organized in March, 1836; and was one of Horton's unmounted men who were captured with Fannin on March 20th and massacred on March 27th. [CMSR, No. 9209, Lamar Papers, Nos. 1122, 1230, 1242.]
 

HARDAWAY, SAMUEL G.Private
Age 16Bullock's Company
Macon, Georgia

The muster roll notation for Samuel G. Hardaway reads "Left Ward at Guadalupe." His own story [Samuel G. Hardaway, Macon, Georgia to Dr. Robert Collins, June 6, 1836] is one of the best and clearest narratives we have of Ward's operations from his departure from Goliad in the early morning of March 13th, until Hardaway was left in the Guadalupe


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