|31||White, James S.||34||Wyatt, J.P.|
|32||Wilson, Zaccheus.||35||One other not remembered.|
|33||Willis, O.R.||Total, 35|
|Aggregate Number of Mier men Dead . . . . . . . . 84|
Released by President Santa Anna through the Intercession of General Waddy Thompson, United States Minister.
|1||Canfield, Israel.*||5||Reese, William.|
|2||Crittenden, Geo. B., Lieutenant.||6||Sinnickson, J.J., M.D.|
|3||Lusk, P.H.§||7||Waters, Robert.|
|4||Phelps, Orlando (by Santa Anna)||Total, 7|
Released through the Intercession of H.B.M.'s Minister.
|1||Clarke, Charles, Lieutenant.||3||Murry, Thomas A., Adjutant.|
|2||Lehan, Jerry||4||Smith, Donald.|
Santa Anna having adopted the Boy, John Hill, released his Father and Brother.
|1||Hill, Asa.||2||Hill, Jeffrey.|
Texians who made their Escape from Mier on the Evening of the Capitulation.
|1||Chalk, Winfield.||2||St. Clair, Caleb.|
Texians who were left Wounded at Mier, and who effected their Escape.
|1||Beale, Robert.||5||Mallen, Nathan.|
|2||Bideler, John.||6||Rice, James O.|
|4||Piland, George W.||8||Weeks, Henry D.|
Texians who effected their Escape from the City of Mexico.
|1||Copeland, Willis (retaken).||6||Morgan, John.|
|2||Crawford, Robert M.||7||Thompson, William.|
|3||Dougherty, Patrick.||8||Walker, Samuel H.|
|4||Fitzgerald, John.||9||Wilson, James C.|
|5||Gattis, D.H.||Total, 9|
Those who effected their Escape from the Mountains after the Victory of Salado, and arrived safely in Texas.
|1||Alexander, John R.||3||Cox, Thomas W., Lieutenant.|
|2||Blackburn, John.||4||Oldham, William.|
|*Released by request of John Q. Adams and Mahlon Dickerson.|
§Released by request of General Jackson.