Sion Record Bostick - San Saba, San Saba County, Texas
Address: SH 16 in San Saba Cemetery
Directions: From San Saba, take Highway 16 1/4 mile north to San Saba Cemetery, San Saba.
Marker #: 5411004712
Year Dedicated: 1973
Size, type: 18" x 28"
Last reported condition: Straighten/local effort.
Sion Record Bostick - (December 7, 1819-October 15, 1902) A member of the party of young Texans who captured the escaping Mexican General Santa Anna after Battle of San Jacinto, during the Texas War for Independence. Migrated from Alabama in 1828. Served in Texas army at Gonzales and Bexar (San Antonio), 1835; at San Jacinto, 1836; and 1840 stand against Comanches, at Plum Creek. An American soldier in Mexican War, 1846; a Confederate in Hood's Brigade in the Civil War, 1860s. Married Susan Townsend; after her death, Mary Indiana Rhodes. Had several children. Became a leader in veterans reunions. He is buried in San Saba Cemetery.
Decimal degrees:  N 31.203022   W -98.718339
Degrees, minutes: N 31 12.181   W 098 43.100
UTM: Zone 14, Easting 526832, Northing 3452136
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