No. 1077 has bounty warrant No. 180 for 960 acres issued by W. S. Hotchkiss, commissioner of claims, on February 16, 1860, to the heirs of G. D. Spotswood for his service "from ... to ... and having fallen with Fannin." For other Land Office sources proving that G. D. Spotswood fell in the Goliad Massacre, see GLO File Robertson Bounty No. 1076, "Record of Certificates Issued by Court of Claims," page 8, and "Court of Claims Vouchers. Applications for Land," Vouchers No. 148 and No. 149.
WARD, WILLIAM - The Almanac list and the Davenport list each show one William Ward with Fannin. Land Office records indicate that there were two men named William Ward who were with Fannin. The heirs of the first William Ward received donation certificate No. 13/189 from the commissioner of the General Land Office on May 10, 1873, as a result of a special act passed on April 26, 1873. The special act, as found in Gammel (comp.), Laws of Texas, VII, 306, shows that this William Ward was with Fannin. The second William Ward received donation certificate No. 135 from the commissioner of claims. His heirs were issued this certificate on July 25, 1861, "for his having fallen with Fannin." See GLO File Bexar Donation No. 1685. Both William Wards received a 1920 acre bounty warrant. See GLO Files Bexar Bounty No. 1684 and GLO File Bexar Bounty No. 1703.
YEARLY, WILLIAM W. - This name does not appear on the Almanac nor Davenport lists. GLO File Fannin Bounty No. 494 has bounty warrant No. 1876 for 1920 acres issued by the adjutant general on January 18, 1855, to the heirs of William W. Yearly for "his having been killed with Fannin." GLO File Fannin Donation No. 517 has donation certificate No. 660 issued by the adjutant general on January 18, 1855, to the heirs of William W. Yearly for "his having fallen with Fannin."