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P. Nance, John B. Small, Andrew J. Tomlinson.

Company H.

2nd Lieut., D. W. McDonell; 1st Sergt., Jacob Hemphill; 2nd Sergt., G. M.
Sims; 3d Sergt., Wm. Grayless; 4th Sergt., S. W. Small; Musician, Wm.
Cooper; Privates, A. D. Brinkley, A. H. Butler, James Curry, J. A.
Chesser, Willis B. Darby, Milton P. Foster, P. K. Goree, Thos. S. Haynie,
George H. Johnson, Thompson Kelly, Harvey Rose, J. Shields, J. A. Shaw,
James M. Small, S. E. Walters, Robt. T. Wilson, John Reader, Wm. Woods.

Company I. ,

Captain, Ben L Franklin; 1st Lieut., Dimas R. Ponce; 1st Sergt., George
W. Clampitt; S'd Sergt, Wm. O. Morgan; 3d Sergt., Saml. D. Williams;
4th Sergt., John S. Hafner; Privates, Ben J. Baldwin, Fritz Bettis, Willis
G. Blue, James R. Clutt, D. H. Carter, J. W. Deane, James A. Eatman,
B. S. Fitzgerald, Robert Fleming, Curran Holmes, A. W, Holt, John D.
Howie, Jonathan A. Love, Wm. R. McRee.

Company K.

2d Lieut., J. M. Alexander; 1st Sergt., T. F. Meece; 4th Sergt., A. B.
Green; 4th Corp., J. F. Fordj Musician, J. W. Smith; Musician, W. S.
Sandall; Privates, R. A. Ashley, J. M. Bowen, J. D. Galvert, A. W. Dunn,
A. J. Fairchilds, W. G. Hendly, Henry C. Hirams, Mark A. Hubert,
E. Kirkland, W. M. McDonald, B. F. Meekins, D. A. Rowe, U. P. Steph-
enson, S. D. Waldrop, W. B, Young.



HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE 301



Company D.
Privates, M. A. Lampkin, J. W. Ewing.

Company G.
Private, J. T. Allison.

THIRD ARKANSAS.

Robert S. Taylor, Lieutenant-Colonel, commanding regiment; J. R.
Brown, Surgeon; H. T. Kleinschmidt. Assistant Surgeon; G. E. Butler,
Chaplain; Josh. Hightower, Captain Co. C; A. C. Jones, Captain Co. G;
Frank Thach, Captain Co. H; J. W. Norris, Captain Co. K; Wm. H. Har-
rison, Captain Co. E ; T. A. Anderson. Captain Co. F ; J. D. Pickens, First
Lieutenant Co. E; R. M. Stribling, First Lieutenant Co. F; J. I. Miles,
Second Lieutenant Co. H; Thomas P. Brewen, Second Lieutenant Co. K;
J. L. Meel, Second Lieutenant Co. G.

Company A.

2d Sergt., H. A. Ralph; Privates, J. C. Bull, J. D. Geddie, W. C. Hannan,
Jas. Day, W. E. Gregory, H. N. Morris, W. A. Moore, J. S. Banks, S. S.
Johnson, J. A. Kelly, G. W. Smith, Wash Parks, C. A. Harrold, J. D.
Kelley, G. Y. Mock, S. F. Stevens, G. L. Wright.

Company B.

1st Sergt., R. E. McMurray; 5th Sergt, H. B. Lindsey; Privates, J. P.
Hughes, Jas. Reid, N. J. Fuller, J. F. Ketchins, S. D. Cobb, Dan'l. Senn.

Company C.

1st Sergt., W. E. Conley; 1st Corp., Chas. W. Jeter; Privates, Robert
S. Rust, B. F. Glossup, Jas. T. Burden, Jas. B. Robertson, Jno. A. Fer-
guson, W. L. Law, S. P. Otts, W. T. Tuggle, T. J. Wilson.

Company D.

1st Sergt., J. A. Harrell; Privates, W. T. Anderson, J. H. Tyner, T, T.
Crow, J. H. White, J. S. Bush.

Company E.

1st Sergt.. J. S. Grooms; 3d Sergt., Jesse W. Hill; 4th Sergt., J. V.
King; 3th Sergt., W. H. Dumas; 4th Corp., L. C. Duke; Privates, J. W.
Hill, W. V. Jester, H. F. King, Jno. N. Mcllvine, Jno. D. Staples, O. W.
Jester, J. R. Jester, Jones Amason, P. H. Reynolds, B. F. Stevens, K.
Smith.



303 HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE



Company F.

1st Sergt., W. S. Adair; 2d Sergt., Austin Phelps; Privates, C. R. Buster,
T. J. White, S. H. Emmerson, A. J. Grigsby, Wm. Stanley.

Company G.

4th Sergt., L. C. Warwick; 5th Sergt., H. A. Massey; Corp., J. B. Wilson;
Privates, W. J. Alderson, J. F. Brooks, M. L. Grumpier, H. J. P. Fergu-
son, Hill Jones, J. F. Lauderdale, J. A. Moore, E. M. Mitchell, P. A.
Beeman, Frank Courtney, A. P. Cummings, G. W. Fuller, W. J. Keeling^
D. H. Lewis, R. M. McDowell, V. Q. Warwick.

Company H.

4th Sergt., T. W. Hagood; Privates, Joe. May, J. W, Cook, G. B. Mc-
Donald, Jeflf Thornsbury.

Company I.

1st Sergt., J. S. Williams; 3d Sergt., W. G. Lockhart; 3d/Corp., B. B.
Newbern; Privates, Moses Garner, W. H. G. Morgan, E. D. Goza, Robert
Ratteree, John C. Jones, J. W. Rhodes, J, M. Robertson, J. S. Shirley,
W. T, Brewer.

Company K.

1st Sergt., H. C. Denson; 2d Sergt., J. L. F. Hill; 3d Sergt., M. L. Mc-
Curdie; Privates, A. P. Bennett, W. D. Everett, Thomas Morris, D. T.
White, J. C. Gilliam, J. H. Fountain, J. C. Phillips, J. H. Campbell, J. H.
Goldsby, R. P. Noble, J. H. Albrecht, A. W. Holcomb, Geo. Jackson, R.
M. Roberts; Musicians, E. L. Bigham, R. J. Baily, R. J. Lowry, J. D.
Randle, G. A. Bailey, J. B. Jackson, G. F. Melton, F. M. Ward, B. F.
Ward; Hospital Steward, H. C. White.

MUSTER ROLLS OF FIRST TEXAS
COMPANY A

Harvey H. Black, captain; promoted Jas. Henderson, lieutenant and ad-
to lieutenant-colonel of the regi- jutant of the regiment
ment and killed at Eltham's Land- Dr. Ewing, surgeon of the regiment
ing Allen, " Bent "

Geo. T. Todd, elected captain on re- Allen, J. L.
organization. May, 1862, still living Alford, Julius C.

Wes. Laney, first lieutenant. Became Alford, Will; killed in battle
captain January, 1864 I Armstrong, George

Harry H. Robinson, second lieu- lAttee, John; killed at Eltham's
tenant |'t Landing

John H. Leete, V. S. >- Baker, Green



HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE



303



(Ball); killed at



Barron, Charles

Blalock, J.

Blackburn, Frank; killed in battle

Brookshire, Tom; killed in battle

Bird, John; killed in battle
i'Bebo, C. ; killed in battle

Brewer, T. E. (Dick)

Browning, Henry

Bronaugh, David

Chase, R.

Crawford, J. C.
Gaines' Farm

Carlton, Prof.

Campbell, " Gulie "; killed in battle

Derrick, E. P.; killed at Gettysburg

Derrick, John; killed at Gettysburg

Daugherty, Hugh; killed at Gettys-
burg

Dudgrove, H.

Durrum, Will

Epperson, H. J.; captured and died
in Virginia

Edison, John

Elliott, Bill; killed in battle

Edwards, James; killed in battle

Frazier, O. C.

Gaines, John

Gray, John

Goforth, John

Graham, Chas, J,

Hensey, Hugh

Heisinant, Henry; killed in battle

Heisinant, Boynton

Hawkins, J. Cal.

Higgins, Pat; killed

Hill, J. C. ; killed at Sharpsburg

Hudson, Geo. W.



Jacoby, M. ; lost leg at Gaines' Farm

Jones, C. D.; killed at Sharpsburg

Jones, Tom; killed at Sharpsburg

Joiner, James; killed at Sharpsburg

Kinty, Joe; killed in battle

Kennedy, John H.

Lane, Ben

Lindsay, Joshua; jaw broken at
Chickamauga

McDougald, Will; killed at Gettys-
burg

Malone, Jas.

McLendon, W. ; killed in battle

McMahon, Tom; killed in battle

Mathis, George

Murphy, P.; killed in battle

Fostlethwaite, Chas.

Rogers, George; killed in battle

Rogers, Walter

Sikes, B.; killed in battle

Sitzer, M.; killed in battle

Slaughter, H.; killed in battle

Slaughter,

Shropshire,

Story, Frank

Tawlock, F.; killed in battle

Thompson, G. ; killed in battle

Todd, Louis B.

Veal, John

Whitaker, Willis; lost arm

Wimberlj^, John; killed on Potomac
in 1861

Wimberly, W. L. ; discharged

Wright, S.

Wright, J. C.

Williams, Chas.; killed in battle

Walton, Doug.



COMPANY B



Anderson, M. B. ; wounded, dis- Burns, Larry; discharged



charged
Banfield, G. W.; wounded,

charged
Bass, Richard
Bass, Robert



Butler, John
dis- Butler, Chas. W.; killed at Gettys-
burg
Barter, Fred
Burke, Thos.

Balling, Booker; wounded, discharged Canterberry, Jordan; wounded and
Bradford, Champ.; lieutenant transferred

Bradford, James; discharged Carr, Frank



304 HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE

Choate, Rufus; killed at Chicka- McGee, S. H.; wounded at Sharps-

mauga burg, discharged

Cox, W. H.; discharged McNally, Jno.; killed at Malvern

Collins, Frank; wounded and dis- Hill

charged McNulty, Henry
De Walt, K. B. Lieut.; resigned Meece, Calvin; transferred to Corn-
Derrick, George; died at Manassas pany K, 5th Texas Regiment
Derrick, John Meekins, P. P.
Donnelly, Pat; killed at Chicka- Meekins, Roderick; killed at Gettys-

mauga burg

Dortch, Joseph; killed at Malvern Morris, Benjamin; transferred to ar-

Hill tillery

Dunnam, Sid; joined Trans-Missis- Moore, D. D., Capt.; resigned

sippi army and killed at Mans- Nettles, Thos.; wounded at York-
field town, discharged
Dunnam, C. R. ; paroled O'Gorman, John
Dunnam, M. A.; wounded at Ma- Probert, John; killed at Gaines' Mill

nassas Quigley, John

Ellis, Richard; killed at Chicka- Sandel, Wilborn

mauga Sanderson, Adolph; killed at Chicka-

Evans, James; transferred to Va. mauga

regiment, killed Scott, Thomas

Fontain, H. B.; joined the Trans- Scott, Wm.

Mississippi army and made captain Shotwell, John I., Lieut., Capt., killed

of artillery by bushwhackers, N. C, while a

Garner, James; killed at Gettys- prisoner

burg Shotwell, T. B.

Garner, Wm. ; wounded at Malvern Shotwell, Wm.

Hill, discharged Stevens, James P.; killed at Chicka-

Gibson, Wm. mauga

Ham, George; killed at Gettysburg Smith, U. P.; joined Trans-Missis-
Harding, R. J., Lieut., Capt, and sippi army

Lieut.-Col. ; wounded at Gettyburg Trinkman, A.; engineer corps

and Cold Harbor Victory, Jack; killed at Gettysburg

Ike, Indian Walker, William, Lieut.; killed at

Johnson, George H. ; wounded at Cold Harbor

Sharpsburg and captured at Westbrook, Nathaniel; killed at Cold

Chickamauga , Harbor

Jones, Enoch Ward, Sam. V.; discharged

Kirksey, Newton; wounded William, Zack; killed at Gaines'

Kendrich, John Mill

Kennady, Jefferson Woodward, Sam J.; wounded at

Lewis, Green; wounded, discharged Wilderness, discharged.

Lowe, Henry B.; Lieut. Woodward, Mc.

Lowe, Daniel; wounded at Gettys- West, Dr. Jacob

burg, discharged ZeluflP,

McClannahan, James; killed at Mai- Carraway, L. W.

vern Hill Love, Robt.; wounded at Malvern

McDonald, Wm. Hill, discharged



HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE 305

Walker, George; killed near Rich- — '^B^^n; transferred to Engineers

mond, Va. j,°2y member of Company B be-

Tni StnSeTto Engineers lie.ed Lad except P. P. Me«.^a.a

^y^^ g ' R. J. Harding, and probably M. B.

Anderson

COMPANY D
m^^foT, A a Cant Covey, Chas.; killed at West Point

S:S W: M:; IsT Ueut. («' Eltbam. Landing)

Henderson, W. W., 2d Lieut. Covey, Thos.

Curtright, C. R., 3d Lieut. Childs, H. G.

ShroDshire, W., Orderly Sergeant; Carlow, Jas. A. ^ ^ ^ ^^ ,
' Znded at Sharpsburg, dead. Dobbs, Wm.; killed at Ge ysburg

Morris, Simon, 2d Sergeant; killed at Droomgoole, Jack; captured

Gettysburg, Pa. Dudley, Jas.

Shaw Jno, 3d Sergt.; discharged for Davenport, b. l>. -, -, i.

dTsIbmt;, 1861. ^ Dennis, Pone; mortally wounded at

Thomas, Jack, 1st Corp.; mortally Gaines' Farm

wounded at Chicamauga Dennis, Tom, Gy,o.r.c

Mroowell; J. H., ^'d Corp.; wounded Dickson, T. J.; wounded at Sharps-

BllIrR^uS^d Corp.; died of Du^"u'm, Jake; killed at Shps

bayonet wound at Spottsylvania Durrum, Wm. L. ; J^^^^ a*^^^^^^^^

Henderson, J. B., 4th Corp. amauga, received gold medal for

bravery

PEiVATES Dunklin, Jas.; wounded three times

Allen D Dean, Jas.; transferred

Alien, iJ. captured

Adams! I: J EaLy, Jas. s'; wounded at Chicka-

Bean Andy mauga

Blackwell, Jas.; one of Hood's Ellington, Wni.

B:;at1.r^ ?KK"tl.wo.aedatOet..s.

Bryan, Felix; retired for wound in burg

,g3 Frazier, Ed.

Bartlett, Dan; lost arm at Sharps- Grogard, Thos.

hiiro- Griffin, Big. .

r. , T^ Glaze P. H.; wounded at Chicka-

Barker, Dug. uiaze, jr. a^.,

Barnard, Joe; discharged mauga

Brown, Ed.; killed at Sharpsburg Glage, J. R.

Cook J P.; wounded at Chicka- Graham, Chas. ^ ^^ .

mauga Gibson, Robt.; killed at Gettysburg

Colly, Albert Hewitt, Joe.

Colly, Wm. Henderson B F.

Connally, Scott Houston, A. A.

Connally, Raddy; killed at Sharps- Hines, Ben.

burg Hartzo, Labe



306 HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE

Hopkins, Columbus; killed at The Powell, E, C; wounded several times.

Wilderness through the chest at Chickamauga

Hughes, Frank Porter, J. W.

Hass, Henry; mortally wounded at Perryman, Maje

Gettysburg Pickett, L. L.

Jackson, W. C; killed at Sharpsburg Petty, Thos.

Jackson, W. R.; killed at Sharpsburg Robinson, Wm.

Lockett, Wm. Robinson, Jno. C; wounded in the

Lindsey, Dave mouth at Chickamauga

McCoy, H. C; wounded at Sharps- Reynolds, S. F.

burg Richardson, A.
Moody, Sam. Snellgrove, J. P.; wounded at Chick-
Moss, W. O. ; mortally wounded at amauga

Chickamauga, was given a gold Simms, Dave; wounded at Gaines'

medal for bravery Farm

Moss, G. F. ; was transferred from Story, R., F. ; lost portion of his hand

8th Ga. Regt. to Company D, 1861 at The Wilderness

Moss, A. M. ; was transferred from Smith, Joe; wounded twice

8th Ga, Reg. to Company D, 1861 Snow, Geo.

Mathews, Sol. Snow, Wm.; killed at Sharpsburg

Mixon, Chap.; killed near Richmond Snow, Robt.

Moore, Jno.; mortally wounded near Sasser, Wm.

Richmond Shaw, Jno.

Murray, W. W. Smith, J. W.

Milligan, Larkin Sartin, Wm.; killed at Sharpsburg

McAlpine, Thos. Slade, Thos.

McAlpine, Jas.; deserted Trice, Jas. ; transferred

Miles, J. Foster; killed at Gettysburg Therrell, Abe; killed near Gaines'

Miles, Aquilla; wounded at Chicka- Mill

mauga Thomas, Jack, Lieut.; when mortally

McClellan, Wm.; killed at Gettysburg wounded at Chickamauga

Mitchell, Frank Thomas, Lucian; killed at Gettysburg

Noward, Jas.; transferred. Taylor, Bill

Oliver, W. S.; wounded at Gettys- Wear, Henry; transferred

burg. Williams, W. W.

Oliver, A. C; wounded at White Oak Wood, Jack; wounded at Sharpsburg

Swamp Wise,

Oliver, W. H.; mortally wounded at Wood, Bailey

Chickamauga White, Joe.

Oliver, F. F.; wounded near Rich- Watson, Jno.

mond Sledge, Nat. M.

Oliver, Jno. A. Chesser,

Oliver, H. P. July, 1861, Capt. Clopton was pro-
Oliver, W. A. T. ; wounded at iiioted to Major. The company was

Sharpsburg commanded by Lieut. Hewitt until

O'Rear, J. P.; lost leg neaf- Rich- the reorganization, 1862. Lieut. C. R.

mond, '64 Curtright drilled the company.



HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE



S07



COMPANY E

The foUowing members of the "Marshall Guards" were mustered
into the Confederate service on June 6th, 1861— the company afterwards
becoming Company E, of the First Texas:



F. S. Bass, Captain

E. H. Baxter, 1st Lieut.

A. D. Burns, 2d Lieut.
J. K. Taylor, 3d Lieut.
Adam Hope

J. R. Pogue
J. M. Pears
W. E. Turner
T. P. Ochiltree
J. R. Bullock
C. H. Fields
S. H. Burnham
W. Finney

B. R. Brasil
W. L. Langley
A. B. Peal

J. A. Lindsey

W. H. Coleman

J. H. Coleman /'

C. H. Morrison
W. T. Clark
W. D. Prescott
J. R. Boone
Henry Stone
M. A. Chivers
J. W. Smith
James W. Pope
Thomas Steele

G. \V. Willingham
R. Lloyd
E. A. Earnest
R. S. I. Burns
J. H. Hendrick
\V. B. Preston
R. Stephens
J. F. Rudd
S. T. Watson
M. McKinney
T. M. Sloan
W. Campbell
Chas. Woodson
L. N. Levy
R. S. Clark



E. M. Ewing
D. L. Wilson
John Smith
S. A. King
T. H. Langley
R. Childers
Geo, McQueen
G. W. Stauts
W. C. Scott
A. F. Wiggs
Joe Marks
W. P. Rawls
J. M. Taylor
Thomas McKay
Ben. S. Pope
William Boodworth
S. W. Webb
Pratt Hughes
G. A. Peete
J. O. Bradfield
Marcus Gillett
J. A. Clark
J. W. Gillian
James Norwood
G. F. Heard
Howell Austin ;

John Burke

B. W. Webb
J. W. Webb
R. F. Joyce
S. F. Perry
Clinton Perry
E. O. Perry
H. E. Perry

J. D. Campbell
J. W. Trowbridge
James Spradling

C. H. Ward
T. J. Longino
Riley G. Sands
M. B. Turrentine
W. F. Woodward
James Hayes



308



HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE



Robert Marshall
Lee Trimble
J. C. K. MuUay
J. A. Lawson
David Dunn
Rev'd Collins
Jos. Robertson



R. V. Phillips
W. J. Purnell
J. S. Vandergraff
W. D. Haynes
A. A. AUen
Franklin Mayes
D. M. Walker



COMPANY F



Work, P. A., Capt. and later Lieut-
Col.

Willson, S. A., 1st Lieut, and later
Capt.

Landers, Robt., 2d Lieut.

Rock, I. D., 3d Lieut.

Bullock, James

Benedict,

Brady,

Buvley,

Bradshaw, Ben

Barclay, Thomas

Bush, ; was killed in battle

Bush, Dr.

Blacksher, William

Bostic,

Crier, Manuel; killed in battle

Crier, Morris

Crier, William; killed in battle

Chance, Dock

Chance, Zeke

Chance, Dan

Cravey, Jack

Durham, Thomas

Durham, Richard

Dean,

Eskridge, Thomas; killed in battle

Evans, James

Engleking, ; killed in battle

Gilder, U. M.

Goodman, William

Graham, Jack; killed in battle

Grimes, William

Hooker, Robt.

Hooks, Gill

Holloman, Burrell; killed in battle

Harvill, Henry; wounded

Hinds, James; died of wounds

Hinds, James, Jr.



Hamilton, Tillman; killed in battle

Hamilton, Ed.

Holmes, William

Hanks, Amos; wounded in battle

Jones, Henry C; died of wounds re-
ceived in battle

Jones, Samuel; wounded in battle

Kindrell, James

Long, Green

Minter, John

May, Dr.

McMellon, Dunkin; killed in battle

McDurmot, Hugh

Moore, Henry

Nicks, W. P.

Noble, Milton, and later Lieut.

Poole, William; wounded in battle

Poole, Josh; vrounded in battle

Phillipps, James

Phillips, John

Prewitt, Argalus

Perryman, James

Pate,

Rigsby, A. J.; late Captain of Com-
pany

Rountree, Andrew

Runnels, Perry; killed in battle

Smith, Milton

Shide, ; killed in battle

Snowden, Jasper

Smith, Sergt. ; killed in battle

Steadman, Bug.

Steadman, Eli; died in army of
wound received in battle

Steadman, John

Scott, William; killed in battle

Smith, Zack

Sims, Cubb

Smith, Abe



HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE



309



Snow, Dr.; killed
Sharp, Charley
Tompkins, D. C.
Tompkins, Jasper
Tolbert, Dr.
Travis, John

Van Vleck, Julius; was killed in bat-
tle
Welch, Thomas ; killed in battle



West, ; died in army from a

wound received in battle
Wiggins, WiUiam
Ward, Joseph
Wackter, J. J.
Wammack, Green
West, Isaac
Wooton, Albert; died in army

wound received by accident



of



COMPANY G



Copied from original muster roll at
surrender at Appomattox, by Willis J.
Watts of Company G, 1st Texas,
April 10, 1865, day after surrender.
Woodward, J. R., Capt.; promoted to

Major, died of wound
Jemmison, E. S., 1st Lieut.; promoted

to Captain, wounded at Gaines'

Mill
Dale, Matt, 2d Lieut.; elected Major,

killed at Sharpsburg
Campbell, Ben. A., 3d Lieut.; killed

at Gettysburg
Rose, T. J., O. Sergt.; promoted to

Lieut., wounded at Sharpsburg
Harris, Matt, 2d Sergt.
Kimbrough, Wm., 3d Sergt.
Holley, J., 4th Sergt.
Box, Lina, 5th Sergt.
Wright, C. F., 1st Corp.; lost arm at

Wilderness
Hopper, Wm, 2d Corp.
Montgomery, Mat., 3d Corp.
Cantley, Zeb., 4th Corp.; killed at

Sharpsburg

PRIVATES

Aspley, M. J.; killed at Sharpsburg

Allen,' Phil T.

Admas, Levi

Barnes, N. R.

Bradley, Hy.; wounded at Chicka-
mauga

Brighman, Wm.; killed at Ft. Har-
rison

Bowen, Estes

Bowen, Pat., Sergt.



Burgess, J.

Bottoms, Smith; killed at Sharpsburg
Black, Sim; disabled at 2d Manassas
Blackshear, Seb.; disabled at Sharps-
burg
Buttler, Richard; killed at Sharps-
burg
Butts, Jas.; disabled at Wilderness
Burrough, S. R.

Copeland, J. C; killed at Wilderness
Cone, Jack; killed at Sharpsburg
Cone, Hy.; disabled at Wilderness
Cook, A. P.

Crombie, Dr. A. C, Assist. Surg.
Croghan, Pat.; deserted
Chambers, D. C.

Chambers, A. J.

Chambers, W. D., O. Sergt.

Colvin, Jim; deserted

Corder, Jim; killed at Wilderness

Downs, G. B.; kiUed in battle, 1864

Duval, J. D.

Debard,

Duval, W. A.; killed at Gettysburg

Darnell H.

Duval, Richard

Derdan, Jim; disabled at Sharpsburg

Davis, J. W.

Dagg, Ed.; killed at Chickamauga

Feles, M. M.; killed at Sharpsburg

Gibson, L. H.

Fondren, Bud.; transferred

Goad, J. O.; lost leg at Farmville,
Va., 1865, last fight

Garner, W.

Groomes, Lewis; wounded at Chicka-
mauga



310



HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE



Goodwin, Chas.

Hickey, T. C.

Heperley, J. C.

Hoffman, Hy. ; deserted

Hoover, W. P.; killed at Sharpsburg

Hopkins, Frank

Hallum, B. A.; killed at Sharpsburg

Hazellwood, W. T.; killed at Chicka-
mauga

Hambey, Marsh

Henry, W. B.

Holloway, Jim; disabled at Gettys-
burg

Hicky, W.

Hill, R. C.

Honeycutt, Hy.; disabled at Gettys-
burg

Jordan, Bruce

Johnson, Jas.

Johnson, John

Knox, M. A.; disabled at Sharpsburg

Knox, Joe

Kenneday, Geo.

Kenneday, Jos.

Keeling, Jno.

Kyle, Geo.; killed at Chickamauga

Lindsy, Jno.

Lewellyn, J. E.

Lewellyn, Alf.

Lottie, N. S.

Lynch, H.; deserted

Leath, Dan.

Mynatte, Park; died of wound at
Chickamauga, Ga., was 2d Lieut,
of Company

Mynatte, D. M. ; elected Lieut.

Mathews, A. M.; disabled at Gaines'
Mill

Mathews, J. W.

Mathews, F. M.

McKnight, Robt.; disabled at Gaines'
Mill

Mahle, Henry

Main, T. C; wounded

McKinzie, Robt.; deserted

McKinzie, Tom.

Morris, Chas.

McFarland, C. R.; killed at Sharps-
burg



Milan, John; lost leg at Gettysburg

Milan, B. Y.

Morgan, J.

McCannahan, Rube; absent without
leave

Morite, J.

Mallard, Mark; deserted

Newson, Elias; disabled at Wilder-
ness

Newson, John

O'Brien, Martin; killed at Eltham's
Landing j

Owens, H.; deserted

Parker, John

Parker, Ira; died from wound at
Chickamauga

Parkes, B. F.

Parkes, Joe

Posey, Ed.; killed at Sharpsburg

Posey, Jack; killed at Sharpsburg

Petty, Robt.

Petty, Jno. N.

Pitts, Jesse

Pugh, J. j

Quarles, J. J.; elected captain

Rudd, J. S.

Rockwall, ; deserted

Reaves, Chas.

Ratcliff, A. T.; wounded at Gettys-
burg

Read, Jeff.; now dead

Read, N. D,

Rountree, Sam.; killed at Gaines'
Mill

Stinson, J. C; was killed at Gaines
Mill

Stinson, Cal.

Spurrier, Nathan

Seay, Tom; living

Sorrell, J. C. ; absent without leave

Spring, L.

Scott, J. G.

Stephens, J.

Shamburger, Tom

Stalcup, Jasper; disabled at Wilder-
ness

Scarbrough, Geo.

Scarbrough, M.

Sawyer, B.; deserted



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Thompson, A.; disabled at Wilder-
ness

Ward, R. K. Woodhouse, W. D.

Ward, Jim; disabled at Second Ma- Woodhouse, J. T.

nassas Woodhouse, Chas.

Watts, F. J.; lost arm at Sharpsburg Gaines' Mill

Watts, B. F. Wren, W. C,

Watts, W. J. N.; was wounded five Wren, Dick

times Wren, Richard

Watts, A. J.; wounded three places Williamson, Jos.



at Chickamauga, disabled at Wil-
derness



W.; killed at



Captain, A. T. Rainey

Captain, W. H. Gaston

Lieut., Bedford Parks

Lieut., W. R. Miller

Lieut., Jno. Stevenson

Lieut., R. H. Gaston

Lieut., J. L. Spencer

Lieut, R. J. Rhome

Lieut., S. P. Torbett

Lieut., J. T. Smith

A. M. Finnell

J. R. Jones

J. E. Hickman

O. Q. A. Capps

H. G. Hickman

E. G. EeU

W. A. Ford

W. Arnwine

A. A. Anderson

A. A. Adkinson

J. B. Bussey

P. A. Blanton

J. Baldwin

Tom Butler

M. A. Berry

J. Briggs

Jno. Baker

\Vm. Barton

A. C. Baxley

C. S. Bolton

W. S. Beard

R. R. Birdwell

Geo. Beauchamp

Tom Brilley

J. R. Beers

C. C. Baker



COMPANY H

J. A. Bolton
C. Cecil
J. J. Clarke
J. A. Counts
Geo. Colton
G. W. Culpepper
A. F. Cox
J. R. Crutchfield
L Cotney
Dock Cantrell
Wm. Derrough
J. M. Doherty
L. L. Evans
J. Evans
Felix Embry
A. F. Erwin
G. R. Edwards
W. Foster
Jno. J. Foster

A. J. Fry

N. H. Freeman
H. B. Fontaine
M. V. Fry
W. H. Gray

B. Goble

G. W. Grisham

J. A. Graham

J. A. Griffis

J. F. Gibson

S. Garrett

J. J. Herrington

J, M. Herrington

J. B. Hanks

J. C. Hollingsworth

G. Hollingsworth

N. Hollingsworth



W. Hollingsworth
J. H. Howell
Alf. Horton
I. Honingsburger
W. N. Haynes
Fred Horton
Jno. Henry
W. Hammer
D. M. Horton
S. S. Hones
D. L. HiU
M. Jacobs
Lee King
Jno. Jones
J. Loftin
G. W. Lumpkin
L. G. McKenzie
James Marshall
W. J. ManseU
W. G. Middleton
J. V. Moon
Fajctte Martin
N. A. Mendedhall
Caleb McBryde
J H. Moore
J. P. MuUinax
J. A. Norris
J. B. Nichols
F. R. Oldham
A. C. Perry

Patrick

J. Reid
J. E. Rudd
M. Reynolds
Geo. Small
D. C. Stewart



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HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE



F. Smith

J. P. Surratt

R. Simpson

S. L. Scott

J. M. Steincipher

Joe. Smith

J. E. Sides

C. Strotherl



W. M. Simpson
Jim Tubbs
J. G. Titten
M. Taylor
A. F. Taylor
J. M. Tillman
Morgan Tillman



W. Williams
J. T. Woodall
W. M. Woodford
A. J. Knight
W. H. Knight
J, A. Knight
Jno. A. Knight



COMPANY K



Benton, B, F., Capt.;

killed at Gaines' Mill
Price, F. B., 1st Lieut.
Massey, J. C, 2d Lfieut.
Bates, B., 3d Lieut.
Ardrey, T. A.
Benton, Jesse
Brown, J. O.
Brandon, John
Bennett, H. C.
Brooks, Wm.
Bryant, Wm.; deserted
Bryant, Sebe
Bullock, Thad W.
Burneman, Sam.; killed

at Chattanooga
Brandon, Joe
Buckley, J. M.
Coleman, Mason
Cureton, Wm. ; killed
Crownsen, Jesse
Connor, R. T.

Cooper,

Chambers, Wm. ; killed

at Gaines' Mill
Coe, Wm.; killed
Cureton, John
Davis, G. W.; killed at

Wilderness
Dunham, B. B.
Davidson, W. R.
Davidson, Tom B.
Day, Steve
Evans, Jim

Evans, ■

Elison, A.
Drawhon, Monroe



1st TEXAS

Finley, Wm.; killed

Fall, J. C.

Fall, H. V.

Forsythe, Lafayette

Ford, H. H.

Ford, John D.

Gray, Wm.

Gray,

Houston, Mai.

Housman, Jim.

Hail, Jesse; killed at
Sharpsburg

Hail, Joe J.

Hail, Oscar

Hooper, Sam.



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