Veterans of the Texas Revolution 1821-1836

Memorial Medallions placed by J. W. Fannin Chapter


Major James Kerr

Resided in Brazoria Co., TX, 1825 and later lived in Jackson Co., TX.  He entered the Texas Army as a volunteer on the 3rd of October.  He was honorably discharged, "he being elected to the General Council of Texas from Matagorda."
Gravesite: Kerr Cemetery, north of Edna, Jackson Co., TX.

James W. Linam

Resided in Victoria Co., 1835-1864.  He served in Captain John Alley's Company of Jackson Co., Volunteers of the Texas Army.
Gravesite: Unknown.  Marker placed on a cenotaph at Linam Family Cemetery, on Ellis Ranch in the Hills, 5 miles west of Eden, Concho Co., TX. on Hwy. 87, north on County Road, 3 miles west of ranch.
Sponsor: Wanda Perry, Aaron Estes Chapter.

Edward  McDonough

Served as a private in Capt. DeWitt's Company from 9 Oct 1835.

Samuel Wiley

Resided in Nacogdoches area 1836.  He served in the Second Regiment, Texas Volunteers, Sixth Company in the Battle of San Jacinto.
Gravesite: Union Valley Cemetery, Union Valley, Wilson Co., TX.
Sponsor: Betty Bireley, J. W. Fannin Chapter, Victoria.

 Horace Yeamans

Resided in Columbia, Brazoria Co., TX, 1828.  He served in the Texas Army in 1836 and was a Colonist.
Gravesite: Bruce Family plot, Matagorda Cemetery, Matagorda, Matagorda Co., TX.
Sponsor: Jean W. Richardson Wales, Fannin Chapter, Victoria.

William Rabb
A member of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred. Resided in Fayette County from 1821 until his death in 1831.
Gravesite: William and his wife, Mary (Smalley) Rabb are buried in a cemetery in Rabb's Prairie, Fayette County, TX.
Sponsor: Betty Newman Wauer, J. W. Fannin Chapter

Sponsor: Betty Wauer, J. W. Fannin Chapter


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