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About Battle of San Jacinto
The Battle of San Jacinto celebrated on a National on September 14. It is held on the anniversary of the battle of San Jacinto which took place in 1856. San Jacinto is the Spanish name for Saint Hyacinth. A battle of San Jacinto veteran participating in the “Grass Fight” with the Battles of San Antonio and San Jacinto. Benjamin Johnson was born on June 8, 1815 in Louisiana. On Nov, 1835 Benjamin Johnson was entered into the Texas Army. He was in Landrum’s company. Then he enlisted second time in Capt. James Gillaspie’s company. On Apr. 21, 1836, he participated in the Battle of San Jacinto with the Gillaspie’s company. On April 24, 1838, his family shifted to Sabine Pass and his family participated in the “Grass Fight”. On Dec. 2, 1852, he was elected as county commissioner of Jefferson County. After 57 years of life, Benjamin Johnson died on Oct. 13, 1872.
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