I believe we might have exchanged e-mails some years ago.
I still need to try again to have Wyly Rogers (That's the way he signed his name most of the time) accepted into the DRT, but I haven't tried again. I went through all the records in Arkansas a couple of years ago and found his signature to be the same as the one he used to sign a court summons in San Augustine, Texas. That was involving a case by someone in his unit from Lumpkin Co, Ga when they entered Texas to fight in 1836. I have become convinced the man from Arkansas was the one who fought in Texas. Would be glad to share information if you'd like, but will have to postpone it for about three weeks, as I'll be traveling.
Sincerely, Marken Frazier Gerhardt
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