tain J. C. Winn's Company, Georgia Battalion, First Regiment, Texas Volunteers from December 31, 1835, to February 29, 1836.
MAYER, WILLIAM - This name is carried on the Almanac list as one of the members of Captain Burr H. Duval's Company and is listed with those who fell in the massacre. Davenport does not list this name. GLO File Fannin Bounty No. 1130 has bounty warrant No. 916 for 1920 acres issued on September 2, 1851, to the heirs of William Mayer "for his having been massacred with Fannin at Goliad." In the General Land Office manuscript "Record Donation and Scrip," pages 84 and 85 it is shown that his heirs received donation certificate No. 380 issued to them on September 2, 1851. Beside the name and certificate number is written, "Goliad."
MILLER, ANDREW J. - This name is not on the Almanac list nor the Davenport list. GLO File Fannin Donation No. 387 has donation certificate No. 547 which states that Miller "participated in the battle under Grant and Johnson." GLO File Fannin Bounty No. 430 has bounty warrant No. 2057 which says, "having been killed with Grant and Johnson."
MUNSON, JAMES R. - The Almanac list has a "J. B. Munson." Davenport lists a "Charles Rufus Munson." GLO File Travis Bounty No. 284 has bounty warrant No. 859 issued by the adjutant general on June 18, 1851, to the heirs of James R. Munson for "his having fallen with Fannin at Goliad." GLO File Travis Donation No. 290 has donation certificate No. 309 issued by the adjutant general on June 12, 1851, to the heirs of James R. Munson for his "having fallen with Fannin." No bounty or donation grants were found for J. B. Munson or Charles Rufus Munson.
PARK, G. S. - This name does not appear on the Almanac nor Davenport list. GLO File Travis Donation No. 703 has donation certificate No. 103 for 640 acres issued on March 9, 1860, by the commissioner of claims to G. S. Park "for service in the army under Col. J. W. Fannin."
PITTMAN, SAMUEL C. - This name is listed on the Almanac list but not on the Davenport list. GLO File Bexar Bounty No.