|Birth: ||Dec. 7, 1819|
|Death: ||Oct. 15, 1902|
San Saba County
Veteran of the Siege of Bexar, the Battle of San Jacinto and the Battle of Plum Creek. 1st Regiment, Texas Volunteer Co.D:Veteran of the Mexican War and Hood's Brigate in War between States.
Sion Bostick came to Texas about 1828 after Stephen F. Austin granted his
father, Caleb Bostick, land in what would become Matagorda County.
He took part in both the Battle of Gonzales and the Siege of Bexar
(1835). Rejoining the Texas Army in March 1836, Bostick along with Joel
Robinson and James A. Sylvester (both are interred in the Texas State Cemetery),
captured General Santa Anna, returning him to Gen. Sam Houston. In 1840 Bostick
participated in the Battle of Plum Creek.
Gonzales Inquirer October 18, 1902 p. 4
Death Of Hero Of San Jacinto
C. R. Bostick, Texas Pioneer, Died at San Saba
San Saba, Texas. Oct. 16.-Siron R. Bostick, aged 83, who fought in the battle of San Jaacinto, died here last night of cancer. He was buried this afternoon.
Mr. Bostick came to Texas in 1828 while a boy of 10, his father being one of Austin's colonist. He took part in the battle of Gonzales in 1835, and was in the fighting at San Antonio in that year. At San Jacinto he took an active part in the battle and was one of the three men who captured Santa Anna.
He served in the Mexican war of 1845 and the Civil War.
Susan E. Townsend Bostick (1823 - 1860)
Mary Indiana Rhodes Bostick Renfro (1841 - 1917)*
Hannah Elizabeth Bostick Watson (1853 - 1943)*
Joshua Frederick Bostick (1854 - 1916)*
Arguster Hicks Bostick (1863 - 1918)*
San Saba City Cemetery
San Saba County
Created by: Steve M. Stapleton
Record added: Mar 14, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7261933
Respect, love, honor, and deep gratitude to my Great-Great-Great-Great Uncle.Your family legacy continues with 7 generations of Native Texas.|
Added: Jul. 18, 2016
Thank you for your service and sacrifice to my great, great,,,,,,, grandfather. I'll come pay my respects someday sir. Your legacy is known far and wide throughout the Bostick, Marshall Clan.|
Added: Jun. 27, 2016
Thank you for your service, sir ... from a lover of Texas history, Sheryl Shaw, Chairman Chambers County Historical Commission, Anahuac, Texas|
Added: Apr. 22, 2016
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