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12th Texas Infantry, Company D

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CONFEEDERATE SOLDIERS IN GRIMES COUNTY

Abernathy, Sterling Howard
Abernathy, Thomas Elbert
Adams, William
Albertson, F. M.
Albertson, John Joseph
Allen, George Anderson
Allen, William E.
Alley, W. T.
Allison, J. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Amick, Thomas Brooks
Anderson, William Bryan
Ariola, Eli
Ariola, Gray


Atkinson, John J.
3rd Corpl. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Appointed 2nd Corpl Winter 1861-62. Promoted 1st Sgt 12 Jul 1862. Elected 3rd Lieut. 04 Feb 1863. Wounded at Chickamauga 19 Sep 1863. Wounded in thigh at White Oak Swamp 16 Aug 1864. Paroled at Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Found on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 25; born NC; clerk; living in household of possible brother T. H. and Mary C. Atkinson.


Awbrey, Benjamin Young
Bailey, George Washington


Baker, Jesse W.
2nd Corpl. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Elected 2nd Lieut. 14 Sep 1861. Sent to rear due to sickness 28 Jun 1862. Resigned 30 Jul 1862. Found on 1860 Grimes County census in Plantersville P.O.; age 26; born AL; son of Isaac and Aurelia Baker.


Barefield, Francis Marion
Barineau, John Edward


Barnes, John T.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died at Richmond 29 Dec 1861. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 27; born GA; overseer.


Barnes, William Riley
Barnett, John Calhoun


Barry, John D.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Killed Chickamauga 19 Sep 1863 Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 19; born TX; son of Margaret M. Barry.


Barry, Lewis Howard
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Appointed 4th Sgt 11 Oct 1861. Promoted 3rd Sgt. Wounded Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Promoted 1st Sgt. Wounded in arm Wilderness 06 May 1864. Paroled at Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 17; born TX; son of Margaret M. Barry.


Barry, William E.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded in arm at Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. POW Antietam on 17 Sep 1862. Confined at Ft. Delaware. Exchanged 10 Nov 1862. Elected 3rd Lieut 07 Mar 1864. Wounded in arm Wilderness 06 May 1864. Retired for disability 28 Nov 1864. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 21; born TX; postmaster; son of Margaret M. Barry.


Barton, Charles - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Bassett, Noah
Enlisted 15 Mar 1862 at Anderson, Texas. Left sick in TX by recruiting officer. Detailed as Agent of the TX Depot in Richmond 17 Nov 1862. Transferred to a unit in the Trans-Miss Dept. 16 Mar 1864. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 21; born LA; clerk.


Bassett, Robert H.
3rd Lieut. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Promoted to 1st Lieut. in Sep 1861; Appointed Regmtl. Adj. 02 Oct 1861; Absent on recruiting duty in TX, Feb.-Apr 1862; Promoted to Capt. 29 Jun 1862; Wounded at Chickamauga 19 Sep 1863; Disabled, returned to TX, 25 Jun 1864. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 24; born LA; Bookkeeper.


Berryman, John - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Berryman, William
Bess, Christopher
Bishop, Benjamin Franklin
Black, John S. M. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Blackshear, Duncan R.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 15 May 1863 at Anderson, Texas. Appointed Sgt. Wounded in thigh at Wilderness 06 May 1864. Paroled at Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Found on 1860 Grimes County census in Hollendale P.O.; age 16; born GA; son of Thomas E. and Emily G. Blackshear.


Blackshear, James J.
1st Corp. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Appointed 3rd Sgt. 20 Nov 1861. Sick in Hanover Co, VA Jun 1862. Wounded at Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Paroled at Appomattox Courthouse 12 Apr 1865. Found on 1860 Grimes County census in Hollendale P.O.; age 21; born GA; son of Thomas E. and Emily G. Blackshear.


Blount, Luther Whitfield - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Boggess, John A. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Boggess, Rush - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Bookman, J. M.
2nd Sgt. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Appointed 1st Sgt 07 Jan 1862; Elected 3rd Lieut. 12 Jul 1862; Promoted to 2nd Lieut. 30 Jul 1862. Killed Chickamauga 19 Sep 1863. On 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 26; born SC; Lawyer.


Bookman, Paul Evans
Boulware, Thomas P.
Bounds, William Alexander
Bowen, Ed - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Bracewell, Joseph Marion
Bradley, John Firvin
Branton, Henry Hamilton
Breland, Robert A.
Bridges, Edward Langford
Brooks, Richard Preston
Brooks, Thomas Jefferson
Brown, J. H.
Bryson, William
Buff, Lem


Buffington, Thomas C.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Appointed 2nd Corpl 15 Sep 1861. Appointed 1st Corpl Winter 1861-62. Elected 3rd Lieut 21 Jun 1862. Promoted to 2nd Lieut 27 Jun 1862. Promoted to 1st Lieut 30 Jul 1862. POW 2nd Manassas 30 Aug 1862. Exchanged 10 Nov 1862. Promoted to Capt. 23 Jun 1864. "Leave of indulgence" granted by Gen. Lee 24 Jan 1865. Found on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 19; born TX; son of A. and R. C. Buffington.


Burden, George L.
Burks, Andrew J.
Busick, D. B.
Butler, Richard N.


Butts, David Lewis
4th Sgt. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Elected 3rd Lieut 10 Oct 1861. Killed at Gaines' Mill on 27 Jun 1862. Found 0n 1860 Grimes County census in Plantersville P.O.; age 22; born GA; parents B. K. and Mary Butts.


Callaham, Isaish - PVT CO I 2 VA Cav
Callaway, James - Sgt., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Callaway, William J. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Cannon, George W. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Cappleman, D. R.
Capps, H. H.
Capps, John R.
Caraway, Archie Ezekial
Carlile, H. J.
Carter, Hampston Wesley
Case, C. N., Jr. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Cashion, Jones Elija


Cauthen, Thomas Henry
Co A, 7th Ala, Miss, Tenn Consolidated; Born in Georgia in 1842; He received a pension from Texas; On the 1870 census in Fayette County, TX with several children and his wife is Amanda Knighton Cauthen. On the 1900 census, he is in Grimes County (Keith, TX) and his wife is Lily I. Sledge Cauthen. Thomas died in 1907 and is buried in Waller Cemetery and has a Civil War marker on his grave [along with 5 other men in that cemetery].
Submitted by Patricia Atwood Lucas


Chaney, Carl E.
Chaney, Hiram C.


Chatham, William L.
Recruited 14 Mar 1862 at Anderson, Texas; Sick in Richmond Summer 1862. Promoted to 1st Corpl 01 May 1864. Wounded in knee at Wilderness 06 May 1864. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Retreat P.O.; age 36; born GA; laborer; wife - Sarah A; daughter - Mary J.


Childre, Oran Ivy
Clements, R. - Sgt. Co. 1, 20 TX Inf.
Cobb, James Warren
Collins, James L.
Collins, Thomas R. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D

Colson, William Loraine
Cone, George Washington
Cook, George Washington
Corley, David P.
Cothran, Thomas H. - Pvt Co A ALA MISS TENN
Countryman, John Marion
Cox, Arthur Beard
Cox, Robert M.
Crenshaw, John
Cude, William Johnson
Cummins, George W.
Dakin, Joseph


Damm, Frank A.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. POW Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Confined at Ft. Delaware. Exchanged 10 Nov 1862. Detailed to hospital Spring 1864. Paroled at Nashville, TN 22 May 1865.


Damm, John - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Danford, Alex
Danford, T. J.
Daniel, James Monroe
Darby, James Wesley
Darby, Thomas Jefferson
Davenport, J. L.
Davis, Charnick T.


Davis, Ed. C.
Recruited as private 14 Mar 1862 at Anderson, Texas. Present for duty entire war. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Coatney P.O.; age 33; born VA; merchant; wife - Louisa.


Davis, J. C.
Davis, John W.


Dawkins, F. A.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died in Richmond, VA 29 Dec 1861. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 24; born FLA; overseer.


Doby, Joe W.
Doby, William C.
Dollins, S. F. - Gid Nelson ALA Lt. Arty
Donovan, James
Dreher, William A.


Duke, Josiah G.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Captured Federal flag at 2nd Manassas 30 Aug 1862. Sick Winter 1862-63. Wounded Chickamauga 19 Sep 1863. Died 20 Oct 1863. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 20; born TN; son of M. J. and Martha E. Duke.


Dunham, Joseph H.
1st Lieut. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick furlough to Texas on 11 Dec 1861. Resigned 12 Jun 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Coatney P.O., age 45, born TN, farmer; wife - Sarah C.; daughter - Mary V.


Dunnaway, C. M.
Dyer, S. F.
Eakens, James O.
Edmunds, John
Evans, John Clement
Fabian, Paul John
Faw, Lemuel
Ferguson, Henry Augustus - Co K 13 SC Inf CSA


Ferrell, S. Dave
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded at Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Killed at Gettysburg 02 Jul 1863. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Hollendale P.O.; age 21; born MS; clerk.


Fields, Drury H.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick fall and winter 1861. Discharged for disability [tuberculosis] 21 Jun 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 16; born AL; son of D. H. and Caroline F. Fields.


Finch, John B. - 1st Sgt., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Fitzgibbons, William
Flemings, J. M.


Flournoy, James J.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded at Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Wound furlough to Texas July and Aug 1862. Never returned to company. Assigned to Invalid Corps in Texas. Retired for disability 22 Feb 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 20; born MO; school teacher; son of J. F. and L. C. Flournoy.


Floyd, Charles E.
Private detailed to Div Ambulance Corps Spring 1862. Died of gangrene at Howard Grove Hosp Richmond 26 Feb 1863. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 19; born TX; son of Elijah and R. Ann Floyd.


Floyd, James V.
Private in Co E of 13th Texas Infantry. Buried at Old Oakland Cemetery in Roan's Prairie. He was a charter member of the Oakland Baptist Church of Roan's Prairie.


Floyd, Stephen J.


Floyd, William W.
Private enlisted at Anderson, Texas 19 Jul 1861. Sick Leesburg, VA Sep 1862. Died Atlanta, GA Jan 1863. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 17; born TX; son of Elijah and R. Ann Floyd.


Flynt, Henry - 2nd Lieut. Co B 3rd Regt Tex Cav
Fowler, W. J. - N.C.S. Ord. Sgt., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Fulton, Willis
Fuqua, Patrick - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Gartman, H. S.
Garvin, Adriwi - Sgt., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Garvin, Archibald - Co. C, 26th TX Cav.
Garvin, Ed - Cpl., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
George, William Bailey Washington
Gibson, George Mcintosh Trup
Gibson, John Burnett


Giles, B[E?]. D.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick in Richmond fall 1861. Died Ashland, VA 23 Apr 1862. Appears to be listed as E?. D. Giles on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 24; born GA; laborer; son of W. H. and Sarah Giles.


Giles, C. M.
Giles, G. H.


Giles, J. L.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died Ashland, VA 10 Nov 1861. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 30; born GA; laborer; son of W. H. and Sarah Giles.


Giles, John J.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died Richmond, VA 16 Apr 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 28; born GA; carpenter; son of W. H. and Sarah Giles.


Giles, H. W. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Giles, Thomas J. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Giles, W. L. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Gilmore, Thomas P.
Goldman, Thomas J.
Goodrich, Benjamin - 1st Lt. 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Gould, James L.
1st Sgt. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Demoted to 2nd Sgt. on 02 Jan 1862. Wounded at Gaines' Mill on 27 Jun 1862. Wounded and POW at Gettysburg on 02 Jul 1863. Died in prison camp in New York. On 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 22; born NY; listed with possible father James F. Gould.


Gowen, Samuel Charles
Graves, Squire Carroll
Graves, Theodore H. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Gray, John - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Green, Henderson Lafayette


Greene, John H.
Private recruited 10 Mar 1862 at Anderson, Texas. Killed Gettysburg 02 Jul 1863. Appears to be listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Plantersville P.O.; age 22; born GA; wife - M. F.; son - J. A.


Gressett, Alfred


Gressett, William J.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick in Richmond fall 1861 and spring 1862. Wounded Wilderness 06 May 1864. Promoted to 2nd Corpl. 11 May 1864. Promoted to SSgt. Paroled at Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Appears to be listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 17; born MS; son of G. C. and E. M. Grissett [Grissett].


Grissett, William Holland


Hadley, Anthony Drew Kennard
Son of Joshua & Joyce/Joice BOSTIC HADLEY. Co. B. Stones Regiment Second Texas Cavalry. Enlisted the fall of 1862 in Johnson County, Texas. A. D. was discharged from the service from a wound to his left hand. He lost all of his fingers. The wound was received while stationed between Fort Donaldson and Tibedeaux, when they were fighting Banks in Louisana. Taken from A. D.'s pension papers from the Texas Archives. Submitted by Vickye White


Hadley, William B.
Son of Joshua & Joyce/Joice BOSTIC HADLEY.
From http://members.aol.com/SMcKay1234/Roster/Co-C.htm, Hadley, William B., Pvt., age 18, enlisted Oct. 25, 1861, Died from Wound in Ga. - Aug. 14, 1864.
From http://members.aol.com/SMckay1234/Casualties/Atlanta.htm, CASUALTIES OF THE 10TH TEXAS INFANTRY "NEAR ATLANTA", GEORGIA, July 21 & 22, 1864: Company C., 2Lt. Matthew Graham, Commanding
July 21, Pvt. William B. Hadley, age 21, was severely wounded. [The Galveston Tri-Weekly News - Houston, Texas - September 5, 1864]
July 22, Pvt. William B. Hadley, age 20, was mortally wounded. [The Galveston Tri-Weekly News - Houston, Texas - September 5, 1864]
Submitted by Vickye White


Hair, D. F. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Hair, J. P. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Hammond, G. I.
Handley, George - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Handley, Robert T. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Harbuck, William H.
Harman, Jobe Iva Franklin  - 1st Sgt., Compnay K, South Carolina
Harper, William
Harris, Henry - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Harris, Thomas Jefferson
Harrison, M. M.
Hart, Henry Clay
Hatchett, Pinckney G.
Haynie, Uriah - Asst. Surg., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Helmer, Edward G.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died 23 Oct 1861. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 19; born Bavaria; son of Francis and Louisa Helmer.


Henderson, Marshall Tucker Sr.

Marshal Tucker "Tuck" (Sr.) Henderson was in the 2nd Texas Regiment, Company "G" Cavalry. He enlisted at San Antonio , Texas. He is buried in Independence Cemetery , Shiro , Texas . Submitted by Dennis Morris Sr.



Hendrix, Richard Baxter
Hensley, John
Hensley, Zephamah
Herring, Asa Franklin
Hibbard, Levi
Hoke, William Washington
Houston, L. T. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Howard, George W.


Hubble, N. L.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died in camp near Dumfries, VA 26 Dec 1861. Possibly the N. H. Hubble listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Coatney P.O.; age 27; born ILL; clerk.


Huffman, James
Hunnicutt, James J.
Hunter, George
Hurt, William J.


Hutcheson, John William
Captain of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded at Gaines' Mill on 27 Jun 1862. Died of wound 29 Jun 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O., age 30, born VA, Lawyer; wife Laura [nee Baker, daughter of Isaac Baker of Plantersville]; daughter Laura. Their daughter Laura was renamed "Willie" after her father died. Captain Hutcheson went by his middle name, William. Corrections to this record were made by Jim Hutcheson, great-grandson of Captain Hutcheson's younger brother, Jos. Chappell Hutcheson.


Hyde, Ephraim P. - Pvt Co E 63 Ala Inf; buried in Waller Cemetery


Hyett, J. W.
Private recruited 14 Mar 1862 in Anderson, Texas. Hospitalized with pneumonia spring 1863. Wounded at Gettysburg 02 Jul 1863. Three fingers amputated. Discharged for disability. Paroled Selma, AL 25 May 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Plantersville P.O.; age 25; born LA; overseer.


Inglet, Hezekiah Milton
Isbell, William L.


Jackson, Isaac
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Discharged for disability [rheumatism] Fredericksburg, VA 20 Jan 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Plantersville P.O.; age 22; born AL.


Jackson, Job
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded 2nd Manassas 30 Aug 1862. Wounded Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Leg amputated. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Plantersville P.O.; age 18; born TX.


James, Ray W.
Jarrell, Henry Lumpkin
Jarrell, Walter A.
Jarvis, John G. - 3rd Sgt Co C 17 Brig Cav.
Jernigan, J. W.
Jeter, James L.
Johnson, Green B.
Johnston, Baldwin
Joiner, Lemuel
Jones, A. L. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Jones, Clarence Sinton


Jones, George W.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick in Richmond fall 1861 and summer 1862. Paroled Appomattos 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Bedias P.O.; age 21; born TX.


Jones, James T. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Jones, W. S.
Private recruited 15 march 1862 at Anderson, Texas. Killed at Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Hollendale P.O.; age 22; born VA; overseer; son of Richard G. and Sarah J. Jones.


Keith, John David
Kelley, Hugh Blair
Kellum, Robert - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Kelly, Benjamin Franklin
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded in arm Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Wounded Antietam 17 Sep 1862. POW Gettysburg 02 Jul 1863. Exchanged 03 Mar 1864. Wounded abdoment Darbytown Rd. 07 Oct 1864. Hospitalized fall 1864. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 16; born GA; son of John and Ann Kelly.


Kelly, Solomon P.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick in Richmond spring and summer 1862. Wounded Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Detailed to Brig. Provost Guard Apr 1864. Wounded near Richmond 02 Apr 1865. Paroled Montgomery, AL 21 May 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 22; born GA; son of William and Urana Kelley.


Kennard, A. Drew
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died in Richmond 27 Nov 1861. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 18; born TX; son of M. M. and Mary A. Kennard.


Kennard, John R.
2nd Lieut. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Resigned 06 Aug 1861. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O., age 34, born AL, Lawyer; wife - Sallie R.; children - Mary and Edward M.


Kennard, Marcus L. - 5th Sgt. Co. C, 17th Regt. TX Cav.


King, John H.
Private recruited 26 Mar 1862 in Anderson, Texas. Discharged for disability [asthma] 23 Oct 1862.


Klaus, Jacob
Lacy, Thomas H.
Lahman, Samuel
Lamb, William Carroll
Lambert, William Erwin
Landers, Isaac Calvin
Langston, Isaac Haywood
Lawless, J. W. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Lawless, L. T. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Lawrence, Groce
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Appointed 3rd Corpl 01 Oct 1862. Killed Wilderness 06 May 1864.


Lawrence, R. Ludwell
Lawson, C. C. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Leonard, John - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Lewis, Thomas B.
Lindley, John W.


Livingston, Abraham
Private recruited 10 Mar 1862 in Anderson, Texas. Sick in Richmond May 1862. Discharged for disability 04 Aug 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 24; born Prussia; overseer.


Loggins, James C.
Private recruited 10 Mar 1862 in Anderson, Texas. Sick in Richmond summer 1862. POW Gettysburg 02 Jul 1863. Confined at Ft. Delaware, MD. Escaped 01 Jul 1864 and rejoined Co. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 35; born AL; farmer; wife - Rowena; children - Martha O., Wilfred H., James C., and John M.


Loggins, William
Long, Jesse G. - Serg Co B 1 Miss Lt Arty; buried in Waller Cemetery
Lott, James T.
Lott, Jesse Bertram
Lott, William R.
Lowery, Allen
Lyons, William Monroe - Pvt Co E Slaybacks Mo Cav
Magee, Charles S. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Magee, Felix Winchester, Sr. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Mallett, J. C.
Maloney, Tim - Cofederate flag on gravesite; buried in Waller Cemetery
Manly, William Henry
Mansfield, James L.
Marsh, George Edward


Martin, John F.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick Jun 1862. Present for duty rest of the war. Promoted 2nd Corpl winter 1864-65. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 16; born TX; listed with mother and step-father, O.H.P. and Caroline Hill.


Martin, William Alexander
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Present for duty entire war. Wounded in shoulder Wilderness 06 May 1864. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 20; born TX; listed with mother and step-father, O.H.P. and Caroline Hill.


Martin, Winston - Cpl., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Mays, John W. T.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick in Richmond 08 Nov 1861. Wounded ['paralyzed by a bombshell"] Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Appointed Co. Color Guard. Wounded in leg 2nd Manassas 30 Aug 1862. Missing Knoxvill, TN 29 Nov 1863. AWOL in TX. Thought to have joined the cavalry.


Mays, Samuel R. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Maywald, C. A. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Maywald, Charles Henry
McAlpine, Willie C.
McCary, Richard Dudley
McCaskill, Henry Clay
McCurry, William Jackson


McDaniel, Ben H.
Private recruited 25 Mar 1862 in Anderson, Texas. Sick in Bedford County, VA Jun 1862. Discharged for disability [asthma] 19 Jul 1862.


McDougald, Daniel Hughee
McDuffie, J. H.
McGilberry, C.
McGilberry, D. P.
McGinty, Christopher Columbus


McGowan, Jos.
Former Texas Ranger recruited as private 18 Mar 1862 in Anderson, Texas. Appointed 4th Corpl Oct 1862; Killed at Chickamauga 20 Sep 1863.


McIntyre, Franklin
Wounded in action at age 17, Tunnel Hill, TN, 25 Nov 1863.


McIntyre, James R.
McIntyre, Jesse Cothier


McIntyre, John R.
Died 13 Sep 1863 in Georgia.


McIntyre, Sidney David
McLain, Joe
McLain, Moses
McMahan, William - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
McMahon, John - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
McMillan, Henry Clay


McRae, Daniel Alexander
Information sent from Marcus Mallard, Anderson Texas
Joined Co. I, 20th TX Infantry at Prairie Plains, 29 May 1862 as private. Detached duty as a teamster Aug 6, 1862 until Jan 1864. Served on board the "Bayou City" steamship in Galveston Bay as of Jun 2, 1864. Absent on leave March 1865.
Home on leave when Lee surrendered.
His family was on the Confederate Indigent list with two dependents.
Submitted by Julia Fuchs


Meekins, Henry Clay
Midkiff, Francis Henry
Midkiff, Isaac Allen
Mims, Ephraim Edwin
Montgomery, John T.


Montgomery, Joseph W.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded in leg at Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Wounded in hand at 2nd Manassas 30 Aug 1862. Hospitalized for chronic diarrhea Spring 1864. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 21; born TN; son of J. M. and Henrietta M. Montgomery.


Moody, H. H.
Moon, Jessie N. - Pvt Co B Madison's Regt Texas Cav


Mooring, Charles Gray
Born about 1844 in probably Grimes County, TX. Son of Lewelling S. and Sarah Mooring.
Enlisted before his sixteenth birthday in April of 1862 as a private in Co. G, 4th TX Volunteer Infantry, Hoods Brigade; wounded several times including at Gettysburg which left him lame for life; Honorably discharged, City of Appomattox, VA, Apr 9, 1865
From conversation with Francis Rudd Chiles - "Charles Gray Mooring and James Seth Mooring walked back to Texas from the Battle of Second Manassas"
Submitted by Julia Fuchs


Mooring, James Seth
Fifth child and second son of Lewelling and Sarah Mooring. Married Lucy Elizabeth Tallafero in 1865. Two children - Sarah (Sallie) who married D. C. DeMaret, and James Seth, Jr.
Served in Co. G, 4th TX Volunteer Infantry, Hoods Brigade. Wounded at Wilderness, disabled on May 6, 1864 in VA.
Enlisted May 7, 1861 at Prairie Plains; Commanding Office - Capt. Procter P. Porter; Light Infantry Com. for Grimes, Walker and Montgomery Counties, 17th Brigade
On petition for appointment of Dr. Thos. May as surgeon, singned by 85 members of CO
Submitted by Julia Fuchs


Mooring, William P.


Morris, John William

John William Morris served in the Confederate States Army. He served in Company "H", 21st. Texas Calvary . He sign up on March 20, 1862 and was discharge as a private June or July 1865. He fought in the battle of Galveston and later became a member of the Army of Trans Mississippi under General George W. Cater. He is buried in Mustang Cemetery , Walker County , Texas. Submitted by Dennis Morris Sr.



Morrison, J. H. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Morse, George T.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Discharged for disability Richmond 20 Nov 1861. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 17; born AL; son of Uriah and T. M. Morse.


Mosely, Miles - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Muldrew, James Hines - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Murrah, Newton
Company G, 7th Regiment - Texas Mounted Volunteers. Born in Autauga County, Alabama. Enlisted in Walker County, Texas on August 24, 1861 at the age of 24 and mustered into service on October 26, 1861 with Company G, 7th Regiment - Texas Mounted Volunteers. Wounded twice including at the Battle on the Bayou in Marksville, Louisiana during the Red River Campaign. Paroled in Houston on July 20th, 1865 following surrender of the Trans-Mississippi Department of the Confederacy. Owned and farmed land in Grimes County for 26 years.
Information shared by great-grandson, Clint Murrah.


Muse, James T.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded in forhead Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Sick in hospital in Jerusalem, VA Apr 1863. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Retreat P.O.; age 18; born VA; son of Nancy A. Muse.


Myers, Francis Marion
Myers, Natt A.
Nash, George W. - Sgt. Maj., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Nash, John Dillard
Fought with the 8th [later called the 12th] Texas Infantry, Company D from Grimes County. Came home sick from the war in 1865 and never fully recovered. Died in Grimes County in 1871. Widow was Sarah Elizabeth Morgan Nash who filed a pension application in Bosque Co, TX in 1909. His mother was Sophia Stoneham.
Submitted by Mike Meyer


Neal, Frank S.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick in Richmond Oct 1861. Gave out and fell to rear at Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Sick in Richmond Aug 1862. Promoted to Corpl. Reduced to ranks 11 Sep 1862. POW Gettysburg 02 Jul 1863. Confined at Ft. Delaware. Paroled 20 May 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; last name spelled Niel; age 21; born MD; lawyer.


Neal, H. J. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Neblitt, Sterling P. - Sgt., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Neeley, Houston
Neeley, John


Nelms, Everand P.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Appointed 4th Corpl 21 Jun 1862. Wounded in hip Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Reduced to Pvt 11 Sep 1862. Discharged for disability 12 Dec 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 21; born VA; son of Edwin and Dianah M. Nelms.


Nettles, Jos. H.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick, sent to rear 17 Sep 1862 at Antietam. Duty with CSA Engineer Corps Jun 1863. Wounded Gettysburg 02 Jul 1863. Wounded in leg Wilderness 06 May 1864. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Coatney P.O.; age 25; born AL; overseer.


Niblett, Robert M. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Norman, J. L.
Oliphant, J. A.
Owen, John - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Owen, Thomas T. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Owens, S. B. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Pace, Bryant
Parker, Alexander C.


Parnell, James C.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Transferred to Co A, 10th Texas Inf. Regt 01 Jun 1863. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 22; born AL; farmer; son of Arneth Parnell.


Patterson, W. R.
Private recruited 17 Mar 1862 in Anderson, Texas. Died Richmond 19 Jun 1862.


Peacock, Louis C.
Pearson, Joe
Perkins, D. W.
Perry, William H. - Pvt Co C 5 Texas Cav; buried in Waller Cemetery


Peteete, James Monroe
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded at Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Discharged for disability 07 Apr 1863.


Peteete, John Leroy - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Peteete, Richard Sydney
Muster Roll of Co. D, 8th Regt, V? Infantry, CS Army, Waul's (Hawkes') Brigade, Walker's Division, TX - 8th later changed to 12th Texas Infantry
Submitted by Julia Fuchs


Peteete, William B.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded in leg at Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Transferred to Co E, 5th AL Inf. Regt 15 May 1863.


Peynghaus, Charles
Pickett, Reuben
Pigford, Owen Lucian


Pinckney, John M.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded Wilderness 06 May 1864. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Retreat P.O.; age 15; born TX; son of H. S. Pinkney.


Pinckney, Richard
Appointed musician on 01 Oct 1861. Transferred to Co A, 10th Tex Inf Regt by order of Secretary of War 09 May 1863. Served with Confed. Naval Cadets for a short period. Reassigned to Co G, 4th Tex Inf Regt. Winter 1863 - 1864. Youngest man in company. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Retreat P.O.; age 13; born TX; son of H. S. Pinkney.


Plasters, Henry Franklin
Private enlisted at Anderston, Texas 16 Apr 1862. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 19; born TX; son of T. P. Plasters.


Plasters, Jos. H.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded in leg Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Wounded in leg Wilderness 06 May 1864.


Pool, William Matthis


Powledge, Gideon

Gideon Benjamin Powledge served in Company "B" of Cobbs Georgia Legion and was a Methodist Minister and served as the Chaplain of his regiment. He was in five battles, Second battle of Manassas , Battle of Antietam , Battle of Fredericksburg, Battle of Chancellorsville and the Battle of Gettysburg. He was wounded and captured at Gettysburg , Pennsylvania , during the battle that raged July 1-3, 1863. He is buried in the Bedias Methodist Cemetery , where a bronze marker Dedication of Gravestone Medallion was placed on October 22, 1994. Submitted by Dennis Morris Sr.

 


Prescott, Ozion Moses
Preston, J. E.
Pyle, James P.


Qualls, George S.
Private recruited 06 Mar 1862 in Anderson, Texas. Sick at Richmond May 1862. Appointed Color-Corpl for Co. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865.


Quinn, L. W. D.
Quinn, William - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Randall, Joe G.
Rasco, Egbert Daniel
Ratliff, L. M.


Reding, George W.


Rembert, N. E.
Renfro, S. A.


Reynolds, James S.
Private recruited 10 Mar 1862 at Anderson, TX. Detailed to QM Dept winter 1863-64. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Hollendale P.O.; age 38; born SC; merchant.


Rhoades, Andrew Jackson
Rice, J. N.
Rice, Jesse W.
Rigby, Benjamin F.
Robinson, Benjamin Wymer
Rogers, Simeon - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Rollo, John Jessie
Rouse, William B. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Runnels, James Buchanan
Sanders, William
Saunders, J. J.
Schumacher, H - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Scott, Garrett
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Killed Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 22; born MS; farmer; son of Sarah Scott.


Scott, George J. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Searcey, Ishaim G. - 1st Lieut., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Shelman, Otis D.
Shelton, W. B.


Silverbaugh, D.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded in elbow Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Killed Chickamauga 19 Sep 1863. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Coatney P.O.; age 33; born PA; merchant.


Singletary, George Washington


Sledge, Samuel Smith
Alabama Cavalry, Co C, 24th Battalion. Born 15 Oct 1821 in NC, probably Granville. He also served in the Mexican American War in a Georgia outfit. His parents were Lucy Smith and Wiley Alexander Sledge. He married Lucinda C. Baker on 23 Mar 1848 in Autauga County, AL. He had 8 children: Terzie (1849), Chappel (1854), Wiley August (1859), Samuel Smith (1858), Marry Anna (1861), Mollie (date unknown), Lily Ida (1864) and Marin (1872). Samuel and Lucinda are buried at the Oakland Cemetery in Navasota next to an infant granddaughter Pearl (daughter of Thomas and Lily Cauthen) and Samuel has a confederate marker as his grave stone.
Submitted by Patricia Atwood Lucas


Sloan, David Linton
Small, Fergusson M.
Smith, Charles W.
Smith, Henry L.
Smith, Joel Terrell - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Smith, Joshua Flood
Smith, Madison M. - 12th Regiment Infantry Co K; private
Smith, Robert
Smith, Samuel Pryor
Smith, Sanford Vandiver
Smith, W. O.
Smith, W. S. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Smith, William Coleman
Smith, William Ervin


Smith, William H.
Private recruited 17 Mar 1862 at Anderson, TX. Sick at Richmond most of 1862. Discharged for disability spring 1863. Reenlisted in TX. Paroled Millican, TX 11 Jul 1863. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Coatney P.O.; age 26; born MO; Journ. carpenter.


Smith, William T. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Smoot, Oliver H. - Pvt Co B Tex Cav; buried in Waller Cemetery


Snow, John Robert
John served in Hilliards Legion Co. A and D, 4th Battalion Light Artillery, later reorganized in Nov. 1863 to the 59th Alabama Infantry Regiment Volunteers Co. H. , Corporal. Paroled June 1865 at Montgomery ,Alabama.


Sollock, John H.
Sollock, William R. - 3rd Sgt Co I 26 Regt Texas Cav
Sowell, Donald
Sowell, J. A.


Spencer, Chas. W.
Private recruited 15 Mar 1862 at Anderson, TX. Wounded Bltham's Landing 07 May 1862. Died of wound 03 Jun 1862.


Springer, Franklin E.
Stedman, Hibbard G. - Pvt 11 Miss Inf


Stewart, Andrew Jackson
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded in thigh Gettysburg 02 Jul 1863. Paroled Appomattox 12 Apr 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Retreat P.O.; age 27; born ILL; carpenter.


Stewart, John H.
1st. LIEUT. CO. IL, 69th NORTH CAROLINA REGIMENT. He is buried at Oakland Cemetery in Navasota, Grimes County, Texas. His written account of the last battle of the Civil War can be found here: Cherokee County Civil War History Submitted by Denise Stewart Saunders


Stewart, William - Pvt Co C 5 Texas Cav
Stoneham, Henry - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Stoneham, John - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Stoneham, Joseph D. - Corporal, 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Storey, Alonzo D. - Capt., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Storey, Edward - Corporal, 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Stover, John T. - 1st Lieutenant, 5th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (5th Mounted Volunteers) Company C
Stringer, F. R.
Stuart, John Calvin
Stuckey, Prue Benson - Pvt Co C 16 Texas Inf
Tadlock, John Calvin
Taylor, Felix G. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Taylor, James H. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Taylor, James W.
Taylor, Perry D.
Teague, James Hillary
Teague, John Webb


Terrell, Edward Thomas
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Appointed asst. hospital steward 21 Jan 1862. Wounded at Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Appointed Asst. Regmtl. Surgeon 01 Sep 1863. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 21; born GA; physician; son of Joell W. Terrell.


Terrell, John Butler
Terrell, John H. - Sgt., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Terrell, Thomas P. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Terrell, W. Joseph - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Terrell, William H.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died of pneumonia in Richmond 10 Apr 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 29; born GA; laborer; listed with possible brother W. J. Terrell.


Terrell, William Jones - Sgt., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Thomas, Isaac W.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. "Gotch". Wounded Boonsboro 14 Sep 1862. Sick, sent to TX hospital at Richmond 02 Mar 1863. Left Co in E. TN winter 1863-64. AWOL in TX. Listed on 1860 Grimes County, TX census in Plantersville P.O.; age 24; born AL; overseer.


Thomas, John Carroway - Pvt Co D 26 Texas Cav


Thomas, John Henry

John Henry Thomas served in the Confederate States Army. He served in Hood's Texas Brigade from May 6, 1861 and he was discharged April 13, 1865. He fought in the Battle of Galveston, January 1, 1863. He is buried in Mustang Cemetery , Walker County , Texas. Submitted by Dennis Morris Sr.


Thompson, George Cumberland Sr.

George Cumberlin Thompson Sr. served in Civil War C.S.A. Confederate Army, 20th Texas Volunteer Infantry from 1861 to 1865. He is buried in Mustang Cemetery, Walker County, Texas. Submitted by Dennis Morris Sr.


Thompson, William L.
Townsend, William Rodgers


Trant, John
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Wounded Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Killed Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Navasota P.O.; age 20; born England; son of Elizabeth Trent.


Trant, Sam
Trapp, J. R.
Travis, James Amasan Philip
Turner, James H. - Pvt 17 Brig Texas State Trp
Turner, James W.


Turner, Jasper
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died in camp near Dumfries, VA 23 Dec 1861.


Turner, Wesley
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick at Richmond 29 Oct 1861. Discharged for disability 25 Nov 1861.


Upchurch, James Monroe
Upchurch, Moses
Upchurch, Oliver H. P.
Upchurch, R. E. L., III
Uzzle, Calvin D.
Uzzle, Henry T.
Varnadore, Thomas
Vaughn, James Ackerman
Wade, Elijah T.
Walker, John Grimes
Waller, John R. - Pvt Co E Texas Cav; buried in Waller Cemetery


Ward, Charles F.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Died in hospital 1862.


Wasson, W. T. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Watson, Charles - Pvt Co B 9 Tenn Cav
Weathersby, R. F.
Weaver, William Henry - Co C 10 Batt GA INF


Webb, Frank X.
Private recruited 26 Mar 1862 in Anderson, TX, age 44. Sick summer and fall 1862. Furlough granted spring 1863. Discharged for disability [inflammation of kidneys] spring 1864. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 34; born VA; farmer; wife - Amanda L.; children - Sarah A., William F., Allice, and Jessee C.


Webb, James Hamilton
Wheeler, John Henry
Whinery, Joseph Davidson
White, A. J.


White, Caleb Wallace
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Killed Gaines' Mill 27 Jun 1862. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Courtney P.O.; age 17; born TX; son of Dudley Bertha Wallace White.
Submitted by Robert L. Smith


Whitfield, Doctor F.
Born 25 Dec 1844 in Person Co, NC; Confederate Army. Enlisted as a Private on 29 Feb 1864, Company A, 50th Infantry Regiment, North Carolina. Paroled on 15 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC. Moved to Grimes Co, TX in the 1870's. First marriage to Pattie Duke. 2nd marriage to Annie Herring. Died 23 Nov 1920. Buried at Apolonia Cemetery, Grimes County, TX next to wife Annie. Submitted by Dayle DeBry


Whiting, B. S. -12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Wilcox, William C.
Williams, A. G. M.
Williams, C. C.
Williamson, W. E.
Williamson, William
Wilson, Hugh Hamill - Jr. 2nd Lieut., 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Wilson, John Dedrick
Wilson, Robert Theophilus
Wilson, Silas Sanders
Wilson, W. W.
Winn, J. H.
Winyard, Thomas J.
Wise, Sherwood
Womack, Dan - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Womack, Mark Sanders
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Sick 1862. POW Gettysburg 02 Jul 1863. Sent to Ft. Delaware. Paroled 09 Jun 1865. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Anderson P.O.; age 18; born TX; Son of Abe M. and Elizabeth C. Womack.


Womack, Volney E. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D
Womack, W. W. - 12th Texas Infantry, Company D


Wood, Dan A.
Private in 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Promoted 1st Corpl Oct 1862. POW Antietam 17 Sep 1862. Confined at Ft. Delaware. Exchanged 10 Nov 1862. Promoted SSgt 04 Feb 1863. Wounded neck and leg Wilderness 06 May 1864. Wounded leg Chaffin's Farm 29 Sep 1864. Listed on 1860 Grimes County census in Retreat P.O.; age 15; born TX; son of O.H.P. and Rebeca A. Wood.


Wood, O. K.


Wood, Rufus H.
3rd Sgt. of 4th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt, Company G, Grimes County Greys. Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 at Harrisburg, Texas. Detailed to recruiting service in TX, Feb - Apr 1862; Dicharged for disability [chronic inflammation of knee] 05 Aug 1862. Found on 1860 Grimes County census in Coatney P.O.; age 24; born AL; clerk; parents James and Mary Wood.


Wood, Rush Brevard, Sr.
Rush Brevard Wood enrolled March 1864, shortly after his 17th birthday, Tom Green's Brigade, 7th Texas Cavalry Regiment (7th Texas Mounted Volunteers), Co.G (Capt. H. W. Fisher's Company), and served with the unit until it was surrendered in May 1865. Information from RBW's pension application, submitted by Elsa Vorwerk.


Woods, James Garland
Worsham, William T.