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Jacob Calloway Darst (1793-1836). Jacob C. Darst, Alamo defender, son of David and Rosetta (Holman) Darst was born in Woodford County, Kentucky, on December 22, 1793. He was a farmer. In 1813 he married Elizabeth Bryan in St. Charles County, Missouri. After her death in 1820, he married Margaret C. Hughes. Darst, his wife, and his two children left for Texas in 1830 and arrived in DeWitt's colony on January 10, 1831. Darst registered for twenty-four labores of land on the Guadalupe River above Gonzales and also for one labor on a small creek that empties into the Lavaca. In September 1835 Darst was one of the original "Old Eighteen," defenders of the Gonzales cannon. On February 23, 1836, he was mustered into service in the Gonzales Ranging company of Mounted Volunteers. He entered the Alamo with this unit on March 3, 1836, and died in the battle of the Alamo three days later.

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Dale Denver Darst (1911-1977). Dale D. Darst, World War II and Korean Conflict veteran, son of Jasper McClellan and Bessie (Rice) Durst was born July 29, 1911 at Middleport, Meigs County, Ohio.
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