The Battle of San Jacinto

Susan H. Corley to McArdle, December 28, 1893

Page 2 of 4

Back   Turn the page    Forward

Susan H. Corley to McArdle, December 1893

the [sic] to a point on the Trinity
Rive[r] Tex & at nigh[t] the Indians run
on them & kill Harris & my Bro maid
his ecrape [escape] & sunk him self in water
& mud for 3 days & the[n] he maid
his way to Col Grossis [Gross's] nerby [nearby]
naked & hongry & Gross employed
him as a field had [hand] for the time
& then the Col employed [him] to over
see for him & at the time the Endians
& Mexicans maid thir raide on Gross[,]
Gross oder all to the _____ [?] but my
Bro told Gross they had the arms
& force to whip them & did drive
them off with ther red cheaf[.] [T]his
is the cause Gross maid un heair [in the hearing]
of my Bro. [M]y Bro ware on
educated [uneducated]. [A]s to the clothin my
Bro wore in the battel of
SindoSinto [San Jacinto] I don't know, but am enf-
orm [informed] that he ware Houstons advance
Gard & at the battel Houstin
ware wounded & Karnes takn the


Back   Turn the page    Forward

Jump to:


Introduction | The Notebooks | The Paintings | The Artist

How to Use This Site | About the Digitization

Index of Subjects


Susan H. Corley to McArdle, December 28, 1893, The Battle of San Jacinto Notebook, The McArdle Notebooks, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Page last modified: June 24, 2016