Smith, Joshua G.
1808–6 Mar. 1836
Joshua G. Smith, was born in North Carolina but moved to Bastrop, Tex., as a young man. He enlisted in the Texas army as a private and, in early 1836, accompanied a segment of the army to San Antonio de Béxar. Smith died during the defense of The Alamo. As a result of his sacrifice, his descendants received land grants in the Montgomery and Shelby land districts of Texas.
San Felipe de Austin, Telegraph and Texas Register, 24 Mar. 1836.
"Smith, Joshua G." Texas State Historical Association. http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fsm31 (accessed April 10, 2014).
"Photograph [Painting of the Alamo], Accession #: H.19XX.328.65." 1910-1930. North Carolina Museum of History. (accessed April 10, 2014).
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