Haden H. Edwards was born 1812 in Virginia. At the outbreak of the Texas Revolution he was elected captain of a company of volunteers that served at the Siege of Béxar in December 1835. After the revolution he fought in several Indian campaigns and attained the rank of brigadier general. In January 1844 President Sam Houston sent Edwards on a trading mission among the Indians of the Clear Fork of the Brazos River. At the start of the Mexican War Edwards enlisted as a private in Capt. William F. Sparks’s Company E of Col. George T. Wood’s Second Regiment, Texas Mounted Rifles, but left the service with a disability discharge on August 31, 1846.
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