Greenbury (Greenberry) Logan, free black soldier in the Texas Revolution, was born a slave in Kentucky in 1799 and emancipated by his white father, David Logan. In June 1832 he took part in the battle of Velasco. Logan joined the Texas army on October 7, 1835, and fought in James W. Fannin, Jr.’s company in the battle of Concepción. He was a member of Capt. John York’s company when he volunteered to join Benjamin R. Milam for the Siege of Béxar. Logan was the third man to fall; a wound in his right arm crippled him for life.
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