Thomas Stovin Saul joined the Revolutionary Army at Gonzales and on October 8 was elected orderly sergeant for the Washington company. He served under James G. Swisher at the Siege of Béxar and was honorably discharged on December 23, 1835. He was appointed administrator of David Crockett’s estate and appeared before the land board to urge Crockett’s military claims on February 6, 1838. Saul was not listed in muster rolls and did not receive any donation or bounty lands. He died before January 21, 1840.
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