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People of the 10th Cavalry

Compiled by Rusty Turner
People of the 10th

People of the 10th

 

Andrews, John B., Co. C wounded severely in thigh at Murfreesboro, Tenn. Dec. 31, 1862. Died March 11, 1911 in Oklahoma. Widow received Texas Pension # 21221.

Armstrong, Jack probably Co. F, mentioned.[1]

Armstrong, Ham probably Co. F, mentioned. See footnote 1.

Armstrong, M. W. Co. I, captures U. S. flag and bearer, Allatoona, Ga.

Armstrong, W. P. Co. C, died at Quitman, Miss. Aug. 28, 1863.

Ayers, William H. Co. B, KIA/Spanish Fort died 8 Apr. 1865. Buried in Magnolia Cem., Mobile, Al.

Banks, Eli Sgt. Co. F, wounded in the ankle near Atlanta, Ga. summer of 1864. Sept. 23, 1864 Henry Watson thinks he may be dead as no word having been heard. See footnote 1.

Barber, P. B. Kilgore, Tex, Co. G, survived the war.[2] Witness to Widows Pension Application for C. A. Stiles. See footnote 3.

Barham, S. H. Co. G, survived the war, witnessed the pension application for Mrs. B. F. Birdwell in 1909.

Barker, S. D. Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Barton, James M. Capt., formed Co. G in Rusk, Co., survived the war, buried in Old City Cem, Henderson, Rusk Co., Tx. He saved the flag of the 10th by tying it around his waist under his shirt when his unit was surrendered. The flag is now on display at the Rusk Co. Historical Museum.

Bell, J. H. 1st Sgt. Co. F, reported missing in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. See footnote 1.

Belcher, J. W. Co. B. Died June 12, 1862. Buried in Clark Co., Ms.

Berry, Darius Co. B, died April 5, 1895. Buried at Palestine, Anderson Co., Texas.[3]

Berry, Oscar Co. I, enlisted Sept. 25, 1861at Quitman, Texas. Died June 3, 1862 in Mississippi.[4]

Berry, Silas Joseph Co. E, Paroled May 9, 1865, Meridian Miss., died 1901.

Birdwell, Benjamin F. Co. G, wounded at Richmond, Kentucky Aug. 30, 1862. Aug. 9, 1864 left Georgia from near Atlanta for home,[5] reason[6] probably wound from Richmond. Later officer in Mt. Enterprise chapter of U. C. V. Died Dec. 18, 1894, Rusk Co., Tx.

Birdwell, Sam Chandler, Tex., Co. K, wounded at Altoona, Ga., survived the war.[7]

Birt, A. L. Co. F, sick in hospital in Arkansas, early 1862 but rejoined the 10th at Jacksonport, Ark. See footnote 1.

Black, Henry L. Co. C, died May 5, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Blakey, A. Co. I, survived the war. Mount Vernon, Tex.,

Booty, A. J. Co. F, furloughed home from Ga. late summer 1864.[8] Survived the war. Ft. Worth Tex. Died Aug. 17, 1882 and is buried in the Booty Cem., Natchitoches La.[9]

Brewer, W. T. Co. E, survived the war.

Burk , John Co. I, captured at Chickamauga, Ga. Late Sept., 1863. and held at Zollicoffer barracks, Nashville Tenn.[10]

Butler, J. R. Co. A, died at Camp Douglas Prison, Chicago, Il. April 25, 1864.

Butler, William Sgt. Co. G, captured Sept. 19, 1864 at Chickamauga Ga. Sent to Camp Douglas Prison in Chicago he was released May 18, 1865. Died 1928. [11]

Calvert, W. C. Co. D, died at Camp Douglas Prison, Chicago, Il. Nov. 27, 1864.

Carter, W. J. Co. H, died 6/5/1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Cauley, A. D. Co. F, killed in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. See footnote 1.

Cauley, Winslow Co. F, killed near Atlanta, Ga. summer of 1864. See footnote 1.

Center, W. J. Co. H, died June 5, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Chambless, Edward Co. K, died April 1863 and is buried at the Port Hudson Battlefield.[12]

Cherry, Henry F. Co. F. died Nov. 27, 1905 at Beauvoir, Ms.

Clary, Martin V. Co. K, Lieutenant, killed in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. [13] listed in the “Official Records”

Coats, Augustus probably Co. F, mentioned. See footnote 1.

Coffman, John Co. C, died May 31, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Cogswell, W. V. Co. F, died at Camp Douglas Prison, Chicago, Il. Dec. 13, 1863.

Connally, James Polk Co B, died Sept. 27, 188, buried in Sulphur Springs City Cem. Tx.

Crossley, Pleasant Green Co C according to his Pension Application and Service Records, he enlisted in Co "C" 10th Texas Cavalry on 1 Dec 1861 as a PVT at Coffeeville, Upshur County, Texas and was discharged in the Spring of 1865. Buried at Eastland County Texas b: 6-5-1842 d: 8-19-1908.[14]

Cornelius, J. M. Co. D, died in Prison, Rock Island, Illinois, Jan. 10, 1865.

Craig, P. B. Co. E, severely wounded in lung at Atlanta survived to the age of 74.

Craig, W. D. L. F. Capt. and later Col. Co. F, wounded in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. and given furlough to heal,[15] survived the war and died at Handley, Texas.

Culp, Henry Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Daniels, W. H. Co. F, killed near Atlanta, Ga. summer of 1864.[16]Davis, W. P. Co. E, survived the war and witnessed the Pension Application of Alexander Moores and S. J. Berry.

Davis, S. H. Co. D. Buried in Confederate Cem., Okolona, Chickasaw Co., Ms.

Deason, H. C. Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Deason, J. R. Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

DeWitt, C. B. Co. H, died May 26, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Durkee, A. G. Co. G, Quartermaster, died 1900. Buried in Greenwood Cem., Marshall Tex.

Eaton, J. W. Co. E, died at Camp Morton Prison, Indianapolis, Ind. Feb. 27, 1865.

Easley, William Co. E, survived the war and lived in Dallas, Tex. before his death.

Ector, M. D. Brigadier General, Brigade Commander, severely wounded at Atlanta on July 24, 1864 resulting in the amputation of his left leg. Died Oct. 30, 1879, buried in Greenwood Cem., Marshall, Harrison Co., Tex.

Egbert, George Co. I, captured at Chickamauga, Ga. In late Sept., 1863 and held at Zollicoffer barracks, Nashville Tenn. Survived the war.[17]

Ellidge, S. W. Co. H, died June 20, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Farmer, E. O. Co. H, died at Camp Morton Prison, Indianapolis, Ind. June 22, 1864.

Fisher, G. A. Co C[18]

Fite, N. O. Co. F, Dec. 8, 1863 at home and not expected back. See footnote 1.

Fite, Monroe Co. F, wounded in the elbow near Atlanta, Ga. summer of 1864. Sept. 23, 1864 Henry Watson mentions him again in a letter, the wound is still “very bad.” See footnote 1.

Flint, Abijah B. Co. C, appointed assistant surgeon of the 10th, surgeon of Ector’s Brigade and later on of French’s Division. Survived the war, buried at Clarksville, Tex.[19]

Formwalt, Major J. A. listed as a veteran in Hood County after the war.[20]

Forsythe, James Corp. Co. F, sick in hospital in Arkansas for 16 days early 1862. Wounded in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. See footnote 1.

Freeland, W. J. Co. F, died May 9, 1862. buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Furlow, R. M. Co. G, survived the war, witnessed the pension application for Mrs. B. F. Birdwell in 1909.

Furlow (Furlough), T. A. Co. G, listed as a veteran in Hood County after the war.[21]

Gary, Leroy Co. F, died of measles at Jacksonport, Ark. in early 1862. See footnote 1.

Gibson, Quinton K. Co. K, killed at Allatoona, Ga.

Gilbert, Parish Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Gladney, J. W. Co. G, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Glenn, W. Riley Co. K wounded and captured at Chickamauga, Ga., sent to Camp Chase, Ohio. Returned home in June 1865. Died 2/15/1913, buried in Oakwood Cem, Smith Co., Tex[22].

Goforth, Reuben Co. G, survived the war, buried in Moriah Cem., Rusk Co., Texas.

Green, James Co. B, died April 30, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Griffin, J. B. Co. C, severely wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn.[23]

Hampton, Charles P. Co. F or H, 1st Sergeant, died Feb. 23, 1924 buried in Graceland - Orange Grove Cem, Lake Charles, La.[24]

Harden, T. H. Co. F, killed in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. See footnote 1.

Harnage, G. H. Co. G, died June 12, 1862, buried at Canton, Miss.

Harrison, W. B. Co. D, died May 17, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Hatton, james Thomas Corp. Co. H. Born 2/2/1841. Served 3 yrs. in the Confederate army. [25]

Herrin, Elijah Byrd Co. G. [26]

Herron, James probably Co. F. mentioned. See footnote 1.

Herron, J probably J. L. 1st Lieutenant Co. F. reported in good health Sept. 1864.

Hefner, L. G. Co. D, Lieutenant, killed in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn.

Hibbitts, James E. Co. A, died at Jefferson Barracks Prison, St. Louis, Mo. Feb. 2, 1863.

Hill, W. H. Co. F(K), survived the war, buried in Detroit #1 Cem. Co. Tx.

Hilliard, C. T. Co F, killed in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. See footnote 1.

Hodges, Thomas Co. F, wounded in the head near Atlanta, Ga. summer of 1864. Sept. 23, 1864 Henry Watson thinks he may be dead as no word having been heard. See footnote 1.

Hood, S. M. Co. F. Sick with measles in Arkansas early 1862. See footnote 1.

Hopson, J. M. Co. G, Lieutenant, killed at battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn.

Hudman, Francis Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Hudman, Thomas Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Hudson , Jimps (?) probably Co. G., killed at battle of Chickamauga, Ga.[27]

Hudson, Rufus Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Hutchins, Stakley Marlin, Tex., Co. G, survived the war.[28]

Jarvis, James Jones Co. A, Adjutant, Staff, slightly wounded Dec. 31, 1862 at battle of Murfreesboro, Tenn,[29],again at Jackson, Ms. in 1864. Died Jan. 20, 1914 and is buried in Oakwood Cem., Ft. Worth, Tx.[30].

Johnson, R. B. Co. G, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Jones, John R. Co. I, died July 26, 1864, buried at Forsyth, Ga.

Jones, Lewis P., Co I, d May 7, 1933, buried in Lowe's Chapel Cemetery , Rusk , Cherokee County TX

Kilgore, Constantine Buckley (Buck) , Co. G, b. Feb. 20, 1835. Made Capt. and then Adjutant of the brigade. Wounded at Chickamauga, captured, and imprisoned at Fort Delaware from 1864 to March 1865[31] Died in Ardmore, Indian Territory, on September 23, 1897, and is buried in the White Rose Cemetery at Wills Point.[32] It is reputed that it was his sister Lucy who made the flag carried by the 10th thru the war now on display at the Rusk Co., Texas Historical Museum.

King, William Co. F, died of measles at Jacksonport, Ark in early 1862. See footnote 1.

Kirkendoff, G. R. Co. G, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Krel, J. Co. G, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas times.

Langley, George W. Co. F, survived the war.[33]

Langley, J. J. Corp. Co. F, wounded slightly in the hip near Atlanta, Ga. summer of 1864. See footnote 1.

Lewis, Sterling Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Lewis, William H. Co. F, died July 1, 1862, buried at Aberdeen Cem., Aberdeen, Miss.

Lindsey, W. P. Co. A, died May 20, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Littlejohn, Elbridge Gerry Co. G, died 12/12/1913 buried in Ebenezeer Cem., Smith Co., Tex.

Lyles, Richard S. Capt. Co. H, Killed in action on March 31, 1865, presumably at Mobile Ala, having just received the rank of Captain as a result of the death of Capt T. W. Summers. A friend from his unit returned his New Testament Bible to his wife in Rusk County after the war. [34]

Locke, M. F. Col., El Paso, Tex. organized the 10th Texas Cavalry, survived the war.[35]

Maddox, L. H. Co. C, died May 13, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Martin, Andrew J. Co. G, died Dec. 9, 1862 in Prison, buried at Lexington, Ky.

Mansell, James Co. I, died May 1, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Matthews, Co. E. Died Oct. 20, 1863 in hospital at Cassville, Ga.

Mayberry, George Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Maynor, J. F. Co. F, died Jan. 11, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Melton, Henry P. Sgt. Co. F, wounded in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. died Nov. 18, 1882 aged 43. Family lore says he never fully recovered from his wounds. Buried in Old North Cem., Nacogdoches Texas. [36]

Melton, William M. Sgt. Co. E, Paroled May 22, 1865 at Mobile Alabama. Died 1904. Widows Pension.

McAnally, William Co. E, died April/May 1863 in Rome General Hospital, Rome, Ga.

McAnulty, W. N. Co. E, survived the war and was a merchant in Henderson.

McCarty, John Co. E, died at Camp Douglas Prison, Chicago, Il., Feb. 6, 1863.

McClanahan, W. F. Sabine Pass, Tex., Co. F, survived the war. [37]

McCullen, W. C. Co. G., reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

McGee, James T. Co. C., Color Guard Sergt., killed at Murfreesborough, Tenn. while trying to reach the fallen flag.[38] See Andrew Sims.

McGrill, W. B. Co. C, died Aug. 17, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

McLaren, F. R. Co. B, buried at Shelbyville, Tenn.

McLaren G. W. Co. B, buried at Shelbyville, Tenn.

Mings, David Wesley Co. C, died of Measles 1863.[39]

Mings John Travis Co. C, died of measles 1863.[40]

Moores, Alexander Co. E, last roll dated March 5, 1864. survived the and war died 1897, Widows Pension Application.

Moore, George W. Co G. See footnote 3

Murphy, J. M. Co. F, died at Camp Douglas Prison, Chicago, Il. Dec. 4, 1864.

Nail, W. W. Co. H, died at Camp Morton Prison, Indianapolis, Ind. Feb. 4, 1864.

Neal, J. H. Co. H, died May 15, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Nelson, John McCampbell Co. E, survived the war. [41]

Nelson, Taylor Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Newberry died May 2, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Odom, C. G. Co. I, captured at Chickamauga, Ga. Late September, 1863 and held at Zollicoffer barracks, Nashville Tenn., Survived the war. [42]

Odom, Neal (?) Cherokee Co., Tex. Co. I, survived the war and became a Baptist Minister.[43]

Padgett, C. P. Co. H, survived the war, Witnessed the Pension Applications of Alexander Moores and S. J. Berry.

Palmer, J. R. Co. B, died June 13, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Parish, Gilbert Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Philips, Caleb Co. E, Sgt. buried in Crow Cem., Rusk Co., Texas.

Philips, E. H. Co. G, Corporal, died ? buried in Union Presbyterian Church Cem., Franklin Parish, La.[44]

Porter, Hezekiah Co. ,died March 6, 1862 age 21 of measles, buried at Clear Spring church, Clark County, Arkansas.[45]

Redwine, H. D. E. Major, formed Co. E in Rusk Co., severely wounded in foot at Atlanta, Ga., survived the war, died Sept. 7, 1879, buried in Old City Cem, Henderson, Rusk Co., Texas.

Redwine, Rufus F. Co. E, died December 11, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn. Older brother to H. D. E. Redwine.

Richardson, W. H. Co. G., died May 4, 1862 in Clarke Co., Miss.

Robbinette, J. L. Co. H, buried at Shelbyville, Tenn.

Rosson, Thomas J., Co. G. Survived war., died Oct. 31, 1908, buried in Danville Cem., Kilgore Tx. 1928. See footnote 3.

Roundtree, J. H. Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Ryan, R. J. Co. E, died May 3, 1862. Buried in Clark Co., Ms..

Scott, John J. Co. F, died Sept. 24, 1864, buried at Forsyth, Ga.

Scott, James Co. F, wounded in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. See footnote 1.

Sentell, John B., Co. E, survived the war, witnessed Pension Applications of W. M. Melton & Alexander Moores.

Shepperd, James R Co. C, discharged Aug. 23, 1863 due to “ enlarged spleen, general pneumonia “[46]

Shepperd, William Washington Co. C., seriously wounded in arm Dec. 31, 1862 at battle of Murfreesborough, Tenn. Sent to Hospital at Quitman Miss. then sent home. Died 1920. [47]

Shugart, David P., Co. A died Feb. 4, 1915, buried in Sulphur Springs City Cem. Tx.

Sims, Andrew Sergt., flag bearer, Co. D., killed in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. while heroically trying to capture the enemy flag. Report states that both men, while in front of their respective Regiments, fought each other for their flags before each were killed.[48]

Slimmer, J. N. Co. K, died at Camp Douglas Prison Chicago, Il. April 29, 1864.

Smith, Levi Co. H, died Nov. 25, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Southerland, T. J. Co. G., reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Sparkman, Thomas J. Co. F, sick with and then recovered from small pox. Reported by Henry Watson to be discharged due to wound in hand.See footnote 1.

Spinks, J. M. Kilgore, Tex., Co. G., captured at Ft. Blakely, Al. in April 1865 he returned home on May 25, 1865. [49]Witness to Widows Pension Application for C. A. Stiles.

Splawn, Benjamin A. Co. K, Discharged August 19, 1862 for medical reasons.[50]

Splawn, Charles P. Co. K, promoted to Corp. on July 1,1862 and then to Sergeant in August 1862. Listed as absent sick in Hospital March-June 1863. Died in Hospital #21, Atlanta, Georgia on June 20, 1863.[51]

Splawn, James Co. K, died late 1862 at Pinebluff, Arkansas. His father claimed his pay which had never been drawn.[52]

Splawn, John W. Co. K, Discharged August 19, 1862 for medical reasons.[53]

Spratt, John James Co. D, captured Sept. 19, 1863 at the battle of Chickamauga, Georgia. Sent to Camp Douglas Prison where he remained until the end of the war. [54]

Starr, J. W. Co. G., died June 11, 1862 in Clarke Co., Miss.

Still, Charles Alexander Co. G., Paroled at Meridian Miss. on May 9, 1865, died 1912, Widows Pension Application.

Still, J. W. Co. G., died June 6, 1862, buried at Canton Miss.

Stone, M(?) Co. G, died May 14, 1862,buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Stone, W. J. Co. E, buried in Wright Cem., Rusk Co., Texas.

Stroud, A. D. Co. E, survived the war, witnessed Widow of W. M. Meltons’ Pension Application.

Stuart, J. R., Co. A, died July 4, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Summers, T. W. Captain Co. H, buried at Newnan, Coweta Co., Ga.

Tait, G. H. Co. G., reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Templeton, J. A. Jacksonville, Tex. , Co. I. Captured at Chickamauga, Ga. In late September, 1863. sent to Zollicoffer barracks, Nashville Tenn., Transferred to Camp Douglas, Ill in Oct. 1863. Released May 4, 1865. [55]

Thomas, George Co. C, died May 3, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Tilman, S. S. Mt. Vernon, Tex, Co. D, wounded at Stones River and peach Tree Creek, survived the war.[56]

Timmons, Jordan Co. I, died May 9, 1862, buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis Tenn.

Travis, W. W. Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Trousdale, James Co. A, died June 1, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Turman, Thomas G. 1st Sgt. Co. A, Dec. 8, 1863 left camp near Brandon Miss. for home on furlough. See footnote 1.

Turner, Joshua C. Co. K buried in Verneer Cem, Smith Co., Tex. Later officer in Mt. Enterprise chapter of U. C. V.

Turner, W. B. Co. E, died Dec. 23, 1925, buried in Shiloh Cem., Rusk Co., Texas.

Vickers, Henry Preston Co. D, died July 28, 1873, buried in Minter Cem., Lamar Co., Tx.

Wade, James H. Quitman, Ga., Co. G., later transferred to 1st Texas Artillery. Survived the war.[57]

Wagoner, Angus Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Wagoner, Daniel Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Walker, S. J. 2nd Lieutenant Co. F reported missing in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. Later listed as captured. See footnote 1.

Wall, Conrad H. Co. F, early 1862 in Little Rock, Arkansas come down with measles. See footnote 1.

Wall, Jack Co. F, early 1862 in Little Rock, Arkansas come down with measles. Sept. 23, 1864 Henry Watson states how Jack is in better Health than ever.

Walker, Jeptha F. Co. F, Died Jan. 2, 1900 buried in Mansfield Cem., Mansfield, DeSoto Parish La. Hospital Steward later became a Doctor.[58]

Walters, Moses Santa Anna, Tex., Co. I, captured at Chickamauga, Ga. and held at Zollicoffer barracks, Nashville Tenn. Survived the war. [59]

Watson, James Monroe, Co. G. Severely wounded at Chickamauga Ga. Died July 17,1914, buried in Peatown Cem., Lakeport, Tex. His widow Mira received Pension #32640[60]

Watson, A. B. Co. G. Buried in Confederate Cem., Okolona, Chickasaw Co., Ms.

Watson , Henry L. Sgt. Co. F. Sick in Hospital with measles in Arkansas for 16 days early 1862. Sick in Hospital again for 25 days summer of 1864. Aug. 1909 received pension #16337. Died Oct. 4,1916 and is buried in Pirtle Cem., Rusk Co, Tex. [61]

Welch, C. N. B. Co. E, died March 26, 1862 of measles at Jacksonport, Ark. Brother to W. H. H. Welch.

Welch, W. H. H. Sgt. Co. E., killed in battle sometime after April 5, 1864 ( last muster roll ).[62]

White, A. E. Co. A, died June 20, 1862, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

White, Bilington Co. I, died in war, buried in Clarke Co., Miss.

Wiggins, John T. Capt., Rusk Tex., Co. Co. I, resigned June 1862. Survived the war.[63]

Williamson, James Newberry Co. F, hospitalized May 14, 1863 and again in Feb., 1864 for wounds, died 1889.[64]

Wills, John J. Co. F buried in Sand Flat - Antioch Cem, Smith Co., Tex.

Wright, John H. R. Co. G, died July 1, 1862, buried in Aberdeen Cem., Aberdeen, Miss.

Wynn, R. W. 2nd Lt. Co. G, survived the war, officer of Camp Buck Kilgore U. C. V. 1894.

Yates, Sanford Co. F, wounded in battle Dec. 31, 1862 at Murfreesborough, Tenn. See footnote 1.

York, Jesse Co. E, reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

Young, W. F. Capt. Co F. See footnote 3.

 

 

 

 

 

 



[1] Letters home by Henry L. Watson courtesy of Jean Herrin Clinkscales and submitted by Gloria B. Mayfield, Rusk Co., Texas.

[2] Confederate Veteran, April 1907, pg. 168.

[3] http://mason.math.tntech.edu/smith2/d0001/g0000021.htm

[4] WayneKathieDavis@aol.com

[5] Letters home by Henry L. Watson courtesy of Jean Herrin Clinkscales and submitted by Gloria B. Mayfield, Rusk Co., Texas.

[6] Widows Pension # 17152 states wound.

[7] Confederate Veteran, April 1907, pg. 168.

[8] Letters home by Henry L. Watson courtesy of Jean Herrin Clinkscales and submitted by Gloria B. Mayfield, Rusk Co., Texas.

[9] For more info go to http:/www.petronet.net/csburial/cgi-bin/test 1.idc?

[10] Confederate Veteran, June 1902, pg. 264. mentioned in “Texans Who Wore The Gray” by Sid S. Johnson.

[11] http://www.angelfire.com/tx3/RandysTexas/enlisted.html

 

[12] For more info go to http:/www.petronet.net/csburial/cgi-bin/test 1.idc?

[13] Official Records SERIES I--VOLUME XX/1 No. 191

[14] By: Maedell Crossley Meredith.

[15] Letters home by Henry L. Watson courtesy of Jean Herrin Clinkscales and submitted by Gloria B. Mayfield, Rusk Co., Texas.

[16] Letters home by Henry L. Watson courtesy of Jean Herrin Clinkscales and submitted by Gloria B. Mayfield, Rusk Co., Texas.

[17] Confederate Veteran, June 1902, pg. 264. mentioined in “Texans Who Wore The Gray” by Sid S. Johnson.

[18] The Times Clarion, Longview, dated Sept. 21, 1905, reported a Confederate Veterans picnic sponsored by the John B Gregg Confederate Veteran Camp held on Gregg County Court House Grounds. Submitted by Elaine Martin & Sharon Pierce

[19] Confederate Veteran, 1903.

[20] Confederate Veterans Roster Hood County, Texas Hood County Texas Genealogical

Society Robert L. Mayo Box 980007 Houston, Texas 77098-0007 281-878-2079

[21] Confederate Veterans Roster Hood County, Texas Hood County Texas Genealogical

Society Robert L. Mayo Box 980007 Houston, Texas 77098-0007 281-878-2079

[22] peggybrannon@hotmail.com “Texans Who Wore The Gray” by Sid S. Johnson.

[23] Official Records of the War of the Rebellion No. 284 Report of Col. M. F. Locke.

[24] For more info go to http:/www.petronet.net/csburial/cgi-bin/test 1.idc?

[25] peggybrannon@hotmail.com “Texans Who Wore The Gray” by Sid S. Johnson.

[26] George Ingram gingram7@iswt.com

[27] Confederate Veteran, April 1907, pg. 168.

[28] Confederate Veteran, April 1907, pg. 168.

[29] Letter home by J. A. Templeton. Confederate Veteran Jan. 1904, pg. 24.

[30] http://www.bramblett.com

[31] slemin46@yahoo.com “Texans Who Wore The Gray” by Sid S. Johnson.

[32] See Biography by C. W. Raines, Year Book for Texas (2 vols., Austin: Gammel-Statesman, 1902, 1903). and the Handbook of Texas Online

 

[33] Confederate Veteran, Jan. 1902, pg. 31.

[34] Submitted by Troy Gresham, email: "mailto:RubyGresham@Houston.rr.com," Houston, Texas

[35] Confederate Veteran, July 1912, pgs. 317 & 318.

[36] Info from Tom Pinkston TPINKme@aol.com

[37] Confederate Veteran, October 1904, pg. 491.

[38] Official Records of the War of the Rebellion No. 284 Report of Col. M. F. Locke.

[39] Alan Shepperd at http://www.angelfire.com/tx3/RandysTexas/jwilliamson.html

[40] Alan Shepperd at http://www.angelfire.com/tx3/RandysTexas/jwilliamson.html

[41] Clare Anderson clare-p.anderson@ntlworld.com

 

[42] Confederate Veteran, June 1902, pg. 264. mentioned in “Texans Who Wore The Gray” by Sid S. Johnson.

[43] Confederate Veteran, Nov. 1909, pg. 541.

[44] For more info go to http:/www.petronet.net/csburial/cgi-bin/test 1.idc?

[45] EARLY DAYS OF PITTSBURG, TEXAS 1859-1874 Life of John C. Porter and Sketch of His Experiences in the Civil War John C. Porter 1874

[46] Alan Shepperd at http://www.angelfire.com/tx3/RandysTexas/jwilliamson.html

[47] Alan Shepperd at http://www.angelfire.com/tx3/RandysTexas/jwilliamson.html

[48] Official Records of the War of the Rebellion No. 284 Report of Col. M. F. Locke. This incident is also mentioned by other officers in their reports of the battle.

[49] Confederate Veteran, April 1907, pg. 168. & slemin46@yahoo.com “Texans Who Wore The Gray” by Sid S. Johnson.

[50] http://www.hal-pc.org/~splawn/civilwar.htm

[51] http://www.hal-pc.org/~splawn/civilwar.htm

 

[52] http://www.hal-pc.org/~splawn/civilwar.htm

[53] http://www.hal-pc.org/~splawn/civilwar.htm

[54] http://www.dwilliamson.com/ggreat.htm

[55] Confederate Veteran, June 1902, pg. 264. & Marylove@tyler.net “Texans Who Wore The Gray” by Sid S. Johnson.

[56] Confederate Veteran, May 1909, pg. 242.

[57] Confederate Veteran, March 1912, pg. 129.

[58] For more info go to http:/www.petronet.net/csburial/cgi-bin/test 1.idc?

[59] Confederate Veteran, June 1902, pg. 264. Also in Dec. 1906, pg. 545. mentioned in “Texans Who Wore The Gray” by Sid S. Johnson.

[60] Info by George Ingram gingram7@iswt.com

[61] Letters home by Henry L. Watson courtesy of Jean Herrin Clinkscales and submitted by Gloria B. Mayfield, Rusk Co., Texas.

[62] This reported by his brother J. A. H. Welch in a biography after the war.

[63] Confederate Veteran, Dec. 1909, pg. 609.

[64] http://www.angelfire.com/tx3/RandysTexas/jwilliamson.html

 

 

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