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from the United States in the army, and if more were expected, and said he had men enough to march to the city of Washington.  The American dead were collected in a pile and burnt.

A list[29]  of those who fell in the Alamo,[30]  March 6, 1836, as far as they are known:

David Crockett, Tennessee
Col. Wm. B. Travis.
Col. [Jesse B.] Bowman.
Col. James Bowie, Tennessee.
[Joseph] G. Washington, Drum Major.
Adjt. [John] J. Baugh, Virginia, New Orleans Greys.
Capt. S. C. [S. B.] Blair, Artillery, Ireland.
Capt. Carey, Ireland.
Capt. [William Charles M.] Baker, Mississippi.
Capt. Wm. Blazeby, New Orleans Greys.
Capt. [Andrew J.] Harrison, Tennessee.
Capt. [John Hubbard] Forsyth, New York.
Lt. John Jones, New Orleans Greys.
Lt. [George C.] Kimble, Gonzales.
Lt. [Almeron] Dickerson [Dickinson], wife and child.
Lt. Robt. Evans, Master of Ordnance, England.
[Hiram J.] Williamson, Sergt. Major, Philadelphia.
Dr. [Edward F.] Mitchison [Mitchusson], Civil Engineer.
Dr. [Amos] Pollard, Surgeon.
Dr. [John W.] Thompson [Thomson], Tennessee.
Charles Despalier, Aid to Travis.
Elliot [Eliel] Melton, Quartermaster.
----- Anderson, Quartermaster.
Major G [Green]. B. Jamison [Jameson], Kentucky.
Col. J. B. [James Butler] Bonham, Alabama.
[Isaac] Robinson, Scotland.
[Edward] Nelson, Charleston, S. C.
[Andrew M.] Nelson, Austin's clerk.
Wm. [H.] Smith, Nacogdoches.
Lewis Johnson, Mina.
E. P. [Edwin T.] Mitchell, Georgia.
[John M.] Thurston.
[Willis] Moor, Mississippi.
Christopher Parker, Mississippi.
[Charles M.] Hieskell [Heiskell], Nacogdoches.

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The Diary of William Fairfax Gray, from Virginia to Texas, 1835-1837
Copyright 1997 William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas