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Who won the battle of siege of San Antonio?

Last Updated: 11th June, 2020

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Antonio López de Santa Anna

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Furthermore, who won the Battle of Concepcion?

On October 27, Austin sent Bowie and Fannin, with 90 soldiers, to find a defensible spot near Bexar for the Texian Army to rest. After choosing a site near Mission Concepción, the scouting party camped for the night and sent a courier to notify Austin.

Battle of Concepción.

Date October 28, 1835
Result Texian victory

Likewise, who won the battle of the grass fight? Grass Fight. The Grass Fight was a small battle during the Texas Revolution, fought between the Mexican Army and the Texian Army. The battle took place on November 26, 1835, just south of San Antonio de Béxar in the Mexican region of Texas.

Herein, who led the capture of San Antonio?

The Battle of the Alamo In December 1835, in the early stages of Texas' war for independence from Mexico, a group of Texan (or Texian) volunteers led by George Collinsworth and Benjamin Milam overwhelmed the Mexican garrison at the Alamo and captured the fort, seizing control of San Antonio.

How did Jim Bowie's wife die?

In September, Veramendi, his wife Josefa, and Ursula Bowie died of cholera at Monclova. Ursula died on the tenth. A Bowie relative and Veramendi family tradition say Ursula and one child died in the epidemic. A Bowie family friend reported that Ursula had two children, but both died young.

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