Adams, W.R., 1st Sgt.-Transferred to the 14th Texas Infantry
Aills, T.P., Sgt.
Baily, Joseph-Nurse, Cook
Bass, Lemuel C.-died at Camp Nelson Arkansas, December 1862
Baxter, W.F.-died at Des Ark Arkansas, October 1862
Beauboeuf, J.B.-from Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana
Bellgard, J.B.-POW, captured Ft. DeRussy Louisiana, March 1864
Carpenter, Augustus - Nurse
Clayton, William, Cpl.
Clinton, Jeremiah C.-POW, captured at Ft. Derussy Louisiana,
Clinton,J. R., - POS,captured at Camp Post, Jan. 11, 1863, he died of typhus fever at Camp Douglas, Il.,March 17, 1863
Cole, Joshua - joined Ft. DeRussy Louisiana
Collins, Henry W.-Commissary
Collins, S.K.-Iron Worker, Texas Iron Works
Cope, W.H.H., Sgt.-POW, captured at Ft. DeRussy Louisana, March 1864
Courtney, James-POW,captured Ft. Couteau Louisana, November 1863
Crutchfield, Thom, - buried 1 mi. east of Campti on a sandy mound 100 yrds E. of a lake
Culberson, D.B., Col.
Davis, E.N.-POW, captured at Ft.DeRussy Louisana, March 1864
Day, Joseph N.- Nurse, b. 21 Apr 1834, d. 29 Apr 1908, buried at Reilly Springs Cemetery, Hopkins County, Texas
Deen, Joseph L.-POW,captured at Ft. DeRussy Louisana, March 1864
Duncan, J.W., Capt.
Freeman, J.H.-POW,captured at Ft. DeRussy, March 1864
Freer, Z.E.-Musician, Nurse
Gilmore, Michael - born 18 May 1831, died 3 July 1909. Buried in Monument Cemetery, Lea Co., NM
Gilmore, Thomas - born 3 Nov 1837, died 1 Feb 1903. Buried in West Shady Grove Cemetery, Cherokee Co., TX.
Gilmore, William - born Sept 1826, died 2 Nov 1899. Buried in Refuge Cemetery, Houston Co., TX
Private Andrew J. Green-died
Hackler, John, Lt.-Nurse
Hackler, William, died
Hart, J.T.-died at Camp Nelson Arkansas, October 1862
Hathcox, I.W., Cpl.- died in 1862 at Camp Nelson Arkansas of Typhoid fever. He married his first cousin, Sophia Ann Thornton. Isham and Sophia were married in Tallapoosa Co., AL. The Hathcock's and two Thornton families were in Tallapoosa county in 1855 for the Alabama State Census and in Coffeeville, Upshur Co., TX in the 1860 Federal Census.
Hathcox, John W., Cpl.
Johnson, Ant-POW,captured Ft. DeRussy Louisiana, March 1864
Johnson, Anthony, Sgt.-Pickett
Johnson, John A.-POW, captured Ft. DeRussy Louisiana, March 1864
Johnson, M.C., Cpl.-died at Camp Nelson Arkansas, October 1862
Jones, B.A., Sr. 2nd Lt.-Teamster
Jones, E.T.-POW, captured at Ft. DeRussy, March 1864
Kidd, John R., Ensign
Little, J.D.-Guard, Carpenter
Loyd, John T.-died at Camp Nelson Arkansas, November 1862
Miller, James M.
Montgomery, W.L.-POW, captured at Ft. DeRussy Louisiana, March 1864
Mooney, S.J., 1st Lt.
Newberry, J.A.-POW,1st captured at Richmond Louisiana, June 1863, sent to Alton IL. and released. 2nd capture at Ft. DeRussy Louisana, March 1864
Oliver, Francis Marion -Teamster
Owen, Jas. W.
Patterson, John L., Sgt.-POW, captured at Ft. DeRussy Louisana, March 1864
Patterson, Sam-Transferred to Engineers
Porter, John C., Sgt.-POW, captured at DeRussy, March 1864
Prichard, A.J.-Pratt's Battery
Purcell, R.L.-Coffin Maker
Ray, J.B., Cpl.-POW, captured at Ft. DeRussy, March 1864
Robertson, Walter - married to Dicey Ellen Thornton, first cousin of Sophia Ann Thornton.
Robinson, J.M.-Teamster, Nurse
Robinson, LaFayette, 2nd Lt.
Robinson, Walton, Sgt.
Seals, N.A., Cpl.-POW, captured at Ft. DeRussy, March 1864
Skeen, T.L., 1st Lt.
Smith, L.Y.-POW< captured at Ft. DeRussy, March 1864
Steed, Thomas N.-POW, captured at Ft. DeRussy, March 1864
Steelmon, Jesse - Head wound
Stephens, Thomas W., Capt.-POW, captured at Ft.DeRussy,March 1864
Stevens, S.G., 2nd Lt.-POW, captured at Ft. DeRussy, March 1864
Stiles, William-died at Camp Nelson Arkansas, December 1862
Tarver, James Lafayette -Teamster
Thompson, W.F.-died at Camp Nelson Arkansas, October 1862
Thornton, R.B.F., brother of Dicey Ellen Thornton and first cousin of Sophia Ann Thornton
Tucker, G.W., Sgt.-POW,captured at Ft. DeRussy, March 1864
Vines, Thomas, G.-POW,captured at Ft. DeRussy, March 1864
Vines, W.H.-Quartermaster Dept.
Williams, William B., Cpl., died in Jefferson
Wilson, E.R.-from Avoyelles Parish Louisana
Worley, A.J.-PIW, captured at Ft. DeRussy Louisiana, March 1864
Wyatt, R.E.-died at Little Rock, December 1862
Texans in the Civil War