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company, and who were massacred with him on March 27, 1836. The three Kentucky cousins all signed the Convention Memorial in February, 1836. [CMSR No. 6280, State Library.]
 

PACE, ROBERT A.Private
AgeBullock's Company

Robert A. Pace's pay was collected by Thomas G. Gordon as administrator, Jan. 5, 1841, on the usual War Department certificate that his name appeared as a private on Captain Bullock's muster roll on file, and that he was entitled to pay as such from Oct. 23, 1835 to March 27, 1836. [CMSR No. 233, State Library.] He was a victim of the massacre of March 27, 1836.
 

PAINE, GEORGE W.Private
AgeHorton's Company

George W. Paine signed the Columbia Resolutions calling for a "Consultation of all Texas," in September, 1835, and was a member of Captain George Collinsworth's Company which captured Goliad on October 9th. He continued there with Captain Dimitt's company until Jan. 12, 1836, when he was honorably discharged.

On March 15, 1836 he returned to Goliad as a member of Captain A. C. Horton's company of Matagorda Volunteers, and, not being mounted, was left with the main army under Fannin when Horton was sent forward to the Coleto on March 19th. He was, in consequence, captured with Fannin March 20th, and became a victim of the general massacre of March 27, 1836.
 


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NOTES FROM AN UNFINISHED STUDY OF FANNIN AND HIS MEN
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