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Soldier/Patriots of the Royal Presidio of La Bahia (Goliad).

Several rosters are available for the time period, 1779-1783, and the following is an alphabetical compilation of all recorded names which could be read:

1st Alfarez Josef Aguilar
Antonio Albarado/Alvarado
Damasio Aldape
Juan Nepomuceeno Aldape

Antonio Basquez/Vasquez I
Antonio Basquez/Vasquez II
1st Sgt Josef Francisco Basquez/Vasquez
Invalid Lt. Javier Benites/Venites
Miguel Bezerra/Vezerra
2nd Sgt Francisco Borra
1st Cpl Francisco Antonio Buentello

Casimiro Cano
Juan Bautista Cano
Capt. Luis Cazorla
2d Cpl Juan Chirino
Invalid absent with leave Pedro Ceballos/Zeballos
Jose Antonio Conejo
Josef Contreras
Juan Andre Contreras

Carlos Delgado
Santiago Delgado

Gerardo Flores
Josef Flores

Fernando Galan
Joaquin Galan
Antonio de la Garza
Bernardo de la Garza
Eugenio de la Garza
Jose Manuel de la Garza
Juan Agustin de la Garza
Tomas de la Garza
Ignacio Garzia
Juan Jose Games
Jose Gil
Hermenegildo Gomez
Josef Gonzalez
Pedro Josef Grande
Juan Guisar

Francisco Hernandez
Ambrosio Higuera

Alexo de Leon
Juan Jose de Leon
Jose Dionicio Liendro
Justo Lopez
Pedro Antonio de Luna

Tomas Macias
2d Cpl Jose Ilario Maldonado
Jabier/Xavier Maldonado
Sebastian Maldonado
Jacinto Martines
Juan Josef Martinez
Pacino Martino
2nd Alfarez Antonio Mescieres
Juan Montalbo

Tomas Ortiz

Jose Polinario Peres
2nd Alferez Policarpo Prada

1st Cpl Francisco Ramon
Juan Maria Ramon
Chaplain Jose Feliz Ramos
Drummer Josef Andres de Ribas
Andres del Rio
1st Cpl Bernabe/Benave del Rio
Anacleto Rios
2nd Cpl/1st Cpl Francisco Rios

Josef Jabier Sains
Esteban Salas
Francisco Salas
Prudencio de San Miguel
Lt. Josef Santoja/Santoxa
Cayetano de los Santos
Diego de los Santos Cadenas
Pedro de los Santos

Mariano Tegeda
Pedro Jose Texeda
1st Cpl/2d Sgt. Antonio Trebino/Trevino
Marciano Trevino
Pedro Trevino

Francisco Xavier Vasquez
Antonio Margil Venites
Francisco Venitez (???)
Manuel Narciso Venites

Josef Timoteo Ximenez

Armorer Josef Cayetano de Zepeda
Vicente Zerna

Reference: Robert H. Thonhoff, The Texas Connection with the American Revolution, Eakin Press, Austin, TX, 1981, pages 79-86.