On 27 March 1836, some 342 Texan soldiers were executed by the Mexican army in what would be known as the Goliad Massacre. This was in the opening phase of the Texas War for Independence. The majority of the Texican soldiers were Scots-Irish. Many of the settlers in Texas were from Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Arkansas and predominately Scots-Irish.
Troutman Goliad Flag
Above is one of the flags used by Texican troops at Goliad. The single star flag had been used by Scots-Irish people since 1810.