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LOVERLY, ALEXANDER J.Private
AgeWinn's Company

On LOMR this name is written "Loverly" which is likely right, and it is so written in the Barnard and AGO revisions of the T&TR roll, -- but other sources make it "Lyerly." All agree that he was a private in Captain Winn's Company, and that he was massacred at Goliad, March 27, 1836.
 

LOVING, JOSEPH S.Private
AgeWinn's Company

The several versions of the T&TR roll of Fannin's men, and LOMR, agree that this soldier was massacred at Goliad on March 27, 1836. His mother, Mrs. Kulin Cook, of Macon, Georgia, was his heir at law. [Letter of George A. Stovall, Oglethorpe county, Georgia, to Mrs. Kulin Cook, c/o Dr. M. S. Thompson, Macon, Georgia, Oct. 6, 1850; Spoliation Claims, State Library.]
 

LOWRIE, JOHNSecond Lieutenant
AgeBurke's Company

Since he was not with the company on March 19th, nor massacred with it on March 27th, the name of John Lowrie, second lieutenant of Burke's Company does not appear on the T&TR roll of Fannin's men, nor on Dr. Barnard's


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© 1936 Harbert Davenport
NOTES FROM AN UNFINISHED STUDY OF FANNIN AND HIS MEN
H. David Maxey, Editor             Webpage of January 1, 2000