Arroyo San Roque

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13 May 1850; Catarina, Texas: Capt. John S. "Rip" Ford of the Texas Mounted Volunteers was assigned with his company to Fort McIntosh. They were patrolling along the Nueces River when a band of Comanches attacked them near Arroyo San Roque, a tributary west of the Nueces. One Texas was wounded, while 4 Comanches were killed and 4 were wounded. The Texans captured 11 horses.

Encyclopedia of Indian Wars by Gregory F. Michno
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