Mial Scurlock - Geneva, Sabine County, Texas
Marker #: 5403007582
Year Dedicated: 1983
Size, type: 18" x 28"
Last reported condition: not surveyed
Mial Scurlock - (b. 1809) and his brother William Scurlock (1807-85) left their Mississippi home in 1834 to settle in Texas, then a part of Mexico. That same year they received a land grant here in the Sabine District and, with their slaves, began farming the site. The following year, when disputes between Texas settlers and Mexico resulted in the Texas Revolution, the Scurlocks joined the Texas army at San Augustine. Mial participated in the Siege of Bexar and in the Battle of the Alamo, where he was killed on March 6, 1836, in the defense of his adopted land.
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