Re: Texas 32nd Flag Ectors Brigade
A lot of the info came from General Sammuel G. French's book "Two Wars". He commanded the division that the 32 was a part.
Used a lot of other resources such as Tim Bell (Waco) and Ron Brothers "John Henry Brigance" . These were valuable and had a lot of detail. Brigance was from Clarksville, Tx . Mt ggf was from Avery. Brigance was in the 32 Company K, George Washington Warthan was in Company E. Both survived the War for Independence and were counted in the last 20 or so left of the 1107 that formed the original 32nd.
Have developed a detailed battle map from a lot of sources. It really opens understanding of the ordeal these heros went thru. They were faced with an insurmountable superior force that was bent on anilation, yet these boys got up every morning and faced the cannons again and again. (Soap box)
Ron Brothers has just published an account of the Lamar County Veterans and included my timeline in his document. Theres a lot of interesting reading about the Red River counties involvement in the War. Not all were convinced that succession and the Confederacy were where thay wanted to pitch their tent.
Have been searching for the appropriate battle flag of the 32nd and with a few of the responses looks like there could be several possibilities.
Any way thanks for the note.