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HOWARD, J. T.Private
AgeLlewellyn's Company

The name of J. T. Howard appears on Pittman's muster roll of Llewellyn's Company with a notation showing that he was killed. Circumstances indicate that this was at Grant's defeat at Agua Dulce, March 2, 1836.
 

HOYT, DR.Private
AgePearson's Company

Reuben R. Brown, writing in 1859, recalled "Dr. Hoyt of South Carolina" as one of Grant's and Johnson's men. He was the bearer of Major Morris' dispatch of February 6, 1836 to Col. Fannin, for which duty Morris' lent him Col. Fannin's horse. He was probably a member of Pearson's Company since his name does not appear on Llewellyn's roll, and was likely killed with Pearson at San Patricio, February 27, 1836.

[Ed: By 1939 Davenport concluded this man's name was Dr. William M. W. Hort, with Johnson's party at San Patricio, who was killed February 27, 1836. See Davenport 1939, pp.28-29 (this Appendix A) and Note  4 .]
 


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NOTES FROM AN UNFINISHED STUDY OF FANNIN AND HIS MEN
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