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HARPER, WILLIAMPrivate
AgePettus' Company
Ireland

William Harper, from Ireland, was one of the original members of Morris', or Cooke's, Company of New Orleans Grays and was one of the comparatively few of them who remained with the company until its bloody end. His pay, for three months, was collected by J. De Cordova, May 30th, 1850. [No. 453, 2nd Class, Public Debt Papers, State Library.]
 

HARRIS, JESSEPrivate
AgeTicknor's Company

Richard Rutledge, one of Ticknor's Sergeants, qualified to administer Jesse Harris' estate, and drew his pay, for the period Jan. 19 - March 27, 1836. [CMSR, State Library.] LOMR for Ticknor's Company, and the original and all subsequent versions of the T&TR roll of Fannin's men indicate that Harris was a private in Ticknor's Company, and that he perished in the general massacre at Goliad, March 27, 1836.
 

HARRIS, WILLIAMPrivate
AgeWestover's Company

William Harris transferred to Westover's Company, without Captain Wadsworth's consent, and was in consequence, listed as a deserter on Wadsworth's roll. The several


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