Almaron Dickinson

Almaron Dickinson (1800 – March 6, 1836) was a Texian soldier and defender during the Battle of the Alamo, fought during the Texas Revolution. Dickinson is best known as having been the artillery officer of the small garrison, and for being the husband of one of the only three non-Mexican survivors to live through the battle, Susannah Dickinson, as well as the father to infant daughter Angelina Elizabeth Dickinson, whose life was also spared.

Read more about Almaron Dickinson:  Early Life and Becoming A Soldier, Battle of The Alamo, Climax of The Battle and Death

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