TITLE

Part I: The People: ABAMILLO, JUAN

PUB. DATE
January 1990
SOURCE
Alamo Defenders: A Genealogy: The People & Their Words;1990, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Biography
DOC. TYPE
Biography
ABSTRACT
The article profiles Sergeant Juan Abamillo, a company noncommissioned officer with Captain Juan N. Seguin's cavalry company. Abamillo was killed in battle. He was part of a company of twenty-four native Texans who enlisted for six months of service under the command of Capt. William Barret Travis to Bexar and the Alamo in Texas.
ACCESSION #
19166545

Tags: ABAMILLO, Juan;  MILITARY personnel;  BATTLE casualties;  ALAMO (San Antonio, Tex.) -- Siege, 1836;  SIEGES -- Texas

 

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