An interesting aspect of this unit's service is that they accepted the surrender of Robert E. Lee as a Union officer at the Alamo in early 1861. While Lee went on to distinguish himself, this regiment basically sat out the war waiting for a Union invasion of Texas which never came.
Companies Of The Texas 2nd Cavalry Regiment
"A" Houston, Anderson, Nacogdoches, and Cherokee Counties
"B" Bexar County
"C" Harris County
"D" Bexar County
"E" Leon County
"F" Harrison County
"G" Bee County
"H" Parker and Johnson Counties
"I" Goliad County
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