was consolidated with Grace's; Lieutenant Pettus of the Greys becoming Captain, and Acting Captain Grace, First Lieutenant, of the reorganized company.
(4) The "Mobile Greys," Captain David N. Burke. Captain Burke continued nominally, commanding officer of his company, but accompanied Captain Cooke and Lieutenant Thornton on their journey to Washington, in late February, 1836, and as he was assigned to other duties there, the actual command of this company of "Greys" devolved upon First Lieutenant J. B. McManomy. Its numbers were increased after Captain Burke's departure by several transfers from Chenoweth's Company; and after Grant's defeat at Agua Dulce, by the accession of several of Llewellyn's men.
(5) The "Huntsville Volunteers," Acting Captain B. F. Bradford. When Captain Wyatt departed for the United States, the command of his company, a large part of which remained with Fannin, devolved upon First Lieutenant Bradford, a Kentuckian. Several of his men transferred to King's and Pettus' companies, but their places were taken by some of Wigginton's men who had remained with Fannin, a few from Chenoweth's company, and others who returned from