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Kuykendall, Brazilla ( 1806? - 1873 Mar )
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KUYKENDALL, BRAZILLA - Received title to 3,321 acres of land in Colony sitauted in the present counties of Washington.
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KUYKENDALL, BRAZILLA - One of the “Old Three Hundred” of Austin’s Colonists. He received title to a league of land in what is now Austin County, August 7, 1824.
On August 8, 1838 he was issued Bounty Certificate No. 4176 for 320 acres of land for having served in the army from March 1 to May 3, 1836. He is shown on page ________ of the army rolls in the General Land Office as one of the men of Captain Gibson Kuykendall’s company who were detailed to guard the baggage at the camp opposite Harrisburg, April 21, 1836. The Land Office records do not show that he applied for the donation land due him.
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- Died in Battle: No
- Rank: Private
- Company: Capt. Gibson Kuykendall
- Alternate Names: Barzillai, Barzilla
- Date of Birth: 1806?
- Origin: Arkansas
- Came to Texas: 1821
- Date of Death: 1873 Mar
- Bounty Certificate: 4176
- Wife: 1. Catherine Kuykendall Kauykendall, 2 Elizabeth
- Family at San Jacinto: Brothers Adam, Gibson and James Hampton Kuykendall at Harrisburg; cousins/brothers-in-law John and Thornton P. Kuykendall at Harrisburg; second cousin once removed Matthew Kuykendall fought at San Jacinto.