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PARK, GEORGE S.Private
AgeUnknown

George S. Park was one of the volunteers who signed the Convention Memorial at Refugio about February 5, 1836. There is no further record of him as a member of Fannin's command. He seems to have been granted bounty lands by special legislature act. [See Bounty and Donation Register, Commission of Claims, General Land Office.]
 

PARKER, JOHN K.Private
Age     UnmarriedWyatt's Company

John K. Parker's pay was drawn June 7, 1854 by Phineas De Cordova as attorney for his mother, on certificate of James S. Gillett, Adjutant General, that it appeared from muster roll on file in his office that John K. Parker's name appeared on Captain Wyatt's roll, as a private from the 25th December, 1835 until March 27, 1836, when Fannin's Command was massacred. [2nd Class 2847, Public Debt Papers, State Library.] All sources agree that he was 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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