John C. Hale

John C. Hale (HMJXJ)

Location: Milam, TX 75959 Sabine County
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Country: United States of America
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N 31° 25.962', W 93° 50.766'

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John C. Hale, one of nine patriots killed at the Battle of San Jacinto, was born in Scott County, Virginia on April 3, 1806. He married Barshaba Miller in his home state in 1830, and by 1835 moved with his wife and children to Sabine County. They were living in Milam when John joined the war effort against Mexico as a first lieutenant. At the age of 30, he died in combat in the final military conflict of the revolution in April 21, 1836, and was buried with seven other battle casualties at the site of the Texan campground. For Hale's service, his heirs received 960 acres of land. In addition, the Legislature named Hale County in west Texas in honor of his patriotism and service during the Texas Revolution.
Marker Number13641
Year Placed2006
Placed ByTexas Historical Commission
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Date Added Thursday, September 4th, 2014 at 10:19am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)15R E 419591 N 3477867
Decimal Degrees31.43270000, -93.84610000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 31° 25.962', W 93° 50.766'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds31° 25' 57.72" N, 93° 50' 45.96" W
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Area Code(s)409
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 727 Texas 87 S, Milam TX 75959, US
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