Category: Siege of Bexar

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The first major campaign of the Texas Revolution. From 12 October until 11 December 1835 an army of Texian volunteers laid siege to a Mexican army in and around San Antonio de Béxar, Coahuila y Texas, Mexico

Result: Texian Victory

Begins Oct. 12 and ends on Dec. 11, 1835, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas colony
Belligerents
Texas ColonyMéxico
Commanders and leadersCommanders and leaders
Stephen F. Austin, Thomas J. Rusk, Edward Burleson, Ben Milam †KIA, Frank W. JohnsonMartín Perfecto de Cos, Domingo Ugartechea, Castañeda, Francisco de Castañeda
StrengthStrength
600 militia650-1,200 (toward the end, there were about 1,045 men)
Casualties and lossesCasualties and losses
35 dead, wounded, captured 150 dead, wounded, captured


List of the Texian Wounded During the (Storm) Siege of Bexar Between 5 to 10 Dec 1835

Mortal (2): Lt. John Cook (Died of Wounds (later)),George Alexander (Died of Wounds (later))
Dangerous (7): Capt. J.W. Peacock, Lt. Thomas W. Ward, Lt. John L. Hall, Alexander Abrahams, William Thomas, James Knowlin,John Beldin
Severe (11): Col. Grant, Edward S. Pullam, James McGee, Greenberry Logan, Samuel G. Everett, William McDermott, George W. Main, D.C. Mitchison, James M. Cass, Erastus Smith, James West
Slight (3): (1)(an) Outlaw, (2) John Cornil, (3) Boyle

The two reported mortal have since died. The rest are doing well. Albert M. Long


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