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George W. Adcock

ADCOCK, GEORGE W., Enlisted in the service of the Confederate States of America as a "Private", October 1862, and served "Honorably" in Company "E", Spaight’s Regiment of "Dismounted Cavalry". "Prince Polignac’s Brigade", C.S.A. He was at his time of enlistment a resident of Orange County, Texas. He was "Honorably" discharged from said service by Colonel Ashley W. Spaight at Sabine Pass, in June 1865, at which time he held the rank of "Private". (this information obtained from "Southern Cross of Honor" application…His writing) (note: Company "E" was formed in Jefferson County, Texas.)

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ADCOCK, RICHARD, Enlisted in the service of the Confederate States of America and served "Honorably" in Company "E", 11th "Spaight’s Battalion", "Texas Volunteers", "Dismounted Cavalry", C.S.A. (note: Company "E" was formed in Jefferson County, Texas.)

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