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ADAMS, EARLE ELIAS Born: 17 September 1847 Edgefield District, South Carolina Died 27 November 1930 Crockett Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse Emma Eliza Miller, m. January 1868 Pension #47753 Service: Forrest's Division; Ogden's Regiment, Louisiana Cavalry; appears on roll of prisoners of war surrendered by Lieutenant-General R. Taylor 4 May 1865 and was paroled at Gainesville, Alabama 12 May 1865; Mortuary Warrant lists him as Colonel Earle Adams. He died of pneumonia. Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 224; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 99; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 324; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 73, 1910, p. 116.

ADAMS, EMMA ELIZA MILLER Born: 24 May 1848 Shanesville, Ohio Died: 4 February 1942 Crockett Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Earle Elias Adams, m. 30 January 1868 East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana Pension: #48055 Comments: Mortuary Warrant, died from Bronchial pneumonia; daughters, Emma Castleberry and Demy Arledge; grandson, Sam F. Arledge. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 224; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 73, 1910, p. 116; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 324.

ALDRICH, ALBERT AUGUSTUS BORN 1837 Mustang Prairie died 18 March 1917 buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett Spouse: Josephine Coleman Parents; Colin & Elizabeth (Lawrence) Aldrich Pension #13861 Service; 1st Lieutenant, Co. I, 1st Texas Infantry, Hood's Brigade. Recruiting duty in Texas February - April 1862; wounded Antietam 17 September 1862; wounded Chickamauga 19 September 1863; paroled Appomattox 12 April 1865. Suffered with old age and wounds received in the war. Houston County History, p. 226; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 99; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Confederate State Roster I, p. 5; Confederate State Roster II, p. 354; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 3; Ancestry.com; Confederate Pension Application.

ALDRICH, COLLIN, JR. Born: 1840 Houston County, Texas Died 19 March 1899 Houston County Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse: 1) Bettie Kyle, m. 1866; 2) Julia Kyle, married 24 July 1871 Houston County. Parents: O. Collin & Mrs. Elizabeth (Lawrence) Crownover Aldrich Service: Sergeant, Co. I, 1st Texas Infantry, Hood's Brigade. Mustered in 4 July 1860 at Old Randolph, Houston County, Texas Wife's Confederate Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 225; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 99; Confederate State Roster I, p. 5; Confederate State Roster II, p. 354; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 1; Ancestry.com; Broadfoot CD.

ALDRICH, JULIA KYLE Born: January 1847 Holly Springs, Mississippi Died: 15 April 1929 Crockett Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Collin Aldrich, married 24 July 1871 Houston County Parents: Matthew G. & Margaret C. Kyle Pension: #38482 Comments: In Texas and in County 72 years in August 1922. Mortuary Warrant. Old age, no doctor. Daughter, Mrs. B. L. Satterwhite. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 225; 1850 & 1860 Censuses Houston County; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 325; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 74; 1910, p. 89.

ARLEDGE, JOHN FISHER Born: 5 September 1819 Limestone County, Alabama Died: 2 April 1887 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Harriet E. Jones, m. 23 November 1840 Limestone County, Alabama; 2) Ann Arledge in 1869 Cyrus & Lucy (Featherstone) Arledge John was a courier or spy in the Civil War. John led a caravan from Alabama in 1853 to a site Southeast of Crockett, Texas. Houston County History, p. 233; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 24; Ancestry.com.

ARRINGTON, BENNETT BUNN Born: 13 March 1833 North Carolina Died: 20 October 1918 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Georgianna Vivian Smith, married 2 September 1862 Houston County Service: Co. H, 7th Texas Cavalry, Green's Brigade. Captain of 7th Texas Cavalry. 2nd Lieutenant, elected 1 st Lieutenant 25 April 1862. Sources: Wife's Pension Application; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 99; Confederate .fumy of New Mexico, p. 269; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 325; Confederate State Roster I, p. 15; Confederate State Roster II, p. 65; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 76; 1910, p. 113; Ancestry.com.

ARRINGTON, GEORGIANNA VIVIAN SMITH Born: 19 March 1840 Bainbridge, Georgia Died: 26 March 1932 Crockett Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Bennett Bunn Arrington, married 2 September 1862 Houston County Parents: John Titus & Elizabeth Green (Gaines) Smith Pension: #38128 Comments: In Texas and in county 73 years in March 1922. Mortuary Warrant. Daughter, Miss Lee Arrington. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 325; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 76; 1910, p. 113; Ancestry.com.

ATMAR, JOSEPH YATES Born: 31 December 1830 Sumter County, South Carolina Died16 April 1917 Freestone County, Texas Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: 1) Mary J. Stokes (she died in 1868); 2) Sinai Eddins Lipscomb, m. 16 December 1869 Washington County, Texas Parents: Robert & Sarah Rebecca (Monk) Atmar Service’ 3rd. Sergeant, Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry. Wounded at Valverde; left at Socorro Hospital; taken prisoner at Albuquerque 16 April and paroled 18 April; sent to Camp Douglas and exchanged at Vicksburg 22 September 1862. Houston County Cemeteries, p. 326;Servicece: Confederate Army of New Mexico, p. 115; Confederate State Roster I, p. 16; 1880 Census, Denton County; 1900, 1910 Freestone County Census; Ancestry.com.

BARBEE, NAPOLEON BONAPARTE Born:6 June 1837 Tennessee Died: 28 December 1928 Austin, Texas Burial; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: 1) Alice Almira Neely; 2) Margaret Ann Hall, m. 17 June 1866 Dr. James B. & Miranda (Burrow) Barbee Pension #21523 Service; Co. E, 6th Texas Cavalry Battalion, Gould's Battalion, Randle's Brigade. Enlisted 17 May 1862. Served in Texas Legislature from 1897-1901. Came to Texas in 1842, in county since 1847; Mortuary Warrant, died of influenza, pneumonia and senility, died in the hospital. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 326; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Confederate Home Roster, p_ 11; Confederate State Roster 1, p. 24; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 44; 1860, p. 3; 1900, p. 85; 1910, p. 110.

BAYNE, FIELDING HARVEY Born 5 December 1846 San Augustine County, Texas Died18 December 1937 Crockett, Houston County, Texas Burial Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse Elizabeth Jones Long, m. 6 January 1876 Parents Grafton Henson & Narcissa Harriet (Kinley) Bayne #47087 Service Co. H, 5th Texas Brigade, Green's Cavalry Brigade. Came to Houston County in 1854. Sheriff for fifteen years and served in the State Legislature. Also one rejected Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant, died from pneumonia following hypostatic congestion. Daughter, Mrs. Jno. F. Baker. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 249; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 100; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 326; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; 1850 San Augustine County Census; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 34; 1900, p. 99; 1910, p. 129; 1930; Ancestry.com.

BEASLEY, MARY KATE SMITH Born; 27 December 1853 Noxubee County, Mississippi Died; 15 September 1938 Houston County, Texas Burial; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse; Dr. Stephen Thomas Smith, m. 22 June 1874 Houston County John McCaw & Elizabeth (Mosley) Smith Pension #39832 Comments Came to Texas in 1853. In Crockett since January 1874. Mortuary Warrant died of primary carcinoma of the liver. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 251; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 327; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 80; 1910, p. 93; Ancestry.com.

BEASLEY, STEPHEN THOMAS Born; 11 March 1840 Troup County, Georgia Died: 4 December 1916 Crockett, Houston County, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse 1) Elizabeth "Betty" Crook, m. 1862; 2) Grace Smith, m. 1867; 3) Mary Kate Smith, m. 27 June 1874 Houston County Parents: William Park & Maria Louise (Edwards) Beasley Pension: Rejected Service: Assistant surgeon, Co. K, 13th Georgia Regiment, Gordon's Brigade; promoted to assistant surgeon 12 July 1861; resigned 1 April 1862; wounded at Whitmarsh Island below Savannah. Houston County health officer and mayor. Application rejected because he had too much property. Spouse: Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 251; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p.100; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 327; Houston County Census: 1880; 1900, p. 80; 1910, p. 93; Ancestry.com; Rejected Confederate Pension Application;

BROXSON, ENOCH Born: 14 September 1830 Florida! Alabama? Died: 16 December 1896 Houston County, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse: Mary Ann Ellis, m. 16 December 1852 Parents: William Broxson Service: 1st Lieutenant, Co. B, 13th Texas Cavalry, Waul's Brigade. Sources: Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 100; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 328; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; U.D.C. Lineage Book 5, p. 27; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 46; 1880; Confederate State Roster I, p. 64; Confederate State Roster II, p. 101; Ancestry.com.

BURNETT, JOHN H. Born: 8 July 1830 Greene County, Tennessee, Died: 24 June 1901 Burial; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston Spouce: Catherine H. Beavers, married in 1851 Parents: Silas E. & Malinda (Howell) Burnett Service; Co. B, 13th Texas Cavalry. Veteran of the Mexican War. Sheriff of Chattooga County, Georgia. In 1854 he moved to Crockett, Texas. Elected to House of Representatives in 1857. August 1861 he was elected to the Texas Senate. Resigned February 1862 so he could command the 13th Texas Cavalry. Resigned his commission April 1864 because of continuing illness and disability. Sources; Houston County History, p. 19; 1860 Houston County Census, p. 18; 1870 & 1900 censuses Houston County; Confederate State Roster I, p. 70; Broadfoot CD; 1850 Census Chattooga County, Georgia; Ancestry.com; Handbook of Texas online.

CHAMBERLAIN, BETTIE DAVIS Born: 1842 Georgia Died: 6 August 1920 Crockett Buried: Glenwood Cemetery Spouse: Benjamin Franklin Chamberlain, m. 1902 married 1863 in her pension application Pension; #13860Comments; Died at home of sister, Mrs. B. B. Arrington. Died of acute edema of lungs. Granddaughter, Mrs. Katie Chamberlain Arledge. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; 1910 Houston County Census, p. 20; Mortuary Warrant. ( we have info on her husband

CHAMBERLAIN, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN On burial place Born: 29 November 1846 Dallas County, Alabama Died: 14 December 1928 [July 1866 in her pension application] Spouse: 1) Amanda Rucker, m. 20 August 1862 Anderson County, Texas; 2) Bertie Davis, m. 1902 David C. & Eliza Ann (Rogers) Chamberlain Sergeant Co. E, 7th Texas Cavalry. Enlisted 2 June 1862 and discharged 25 September 1862 for deafness. Sources; Houston County History, p. 556; Confederate Anny of New Mexico, p. 251; Confederate State Roster I, p. 89; Confederate State Roster II, p. 63; Ancestry.com; Wife's Confederate Pension Application.

BURTON, DAVID LACY Born: 27 January 1827 Sumter County, Alabama Died: 27 August 1900 Houston County, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse: 1) Lucy C. Baker; 2) Nannie Hopkins Parents: John Ingram & Nancy Harriet (Lacy) Burton Service: 3rd Lieutenant, Co. B, 13th Texas Cavalry. Sources: Houston County History, p. 329; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 10; 1880; 1900, p. 311; Confederate State Roster 1, p. 72; Ancestry.com.

CURRIE, DR. EDWARD Born; 20 September 1820 Jefferson County, Mississippi 27 March 1881 Houston County, Texas Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse; 1) Miranda Evelyn English, m. 19 May 1848 Livingston, Polk County, Texas; 2) Parents M.B. Malcolm & Rhoda (Farrar) Currie Service; Captain, Co. I, 1st Regiment Hood's Texas Brigade. Surgeon in Co. C, 13th Texas Cavalry. Captain of Crockett Southerners Infantry Company, Houston County. Comments; Resigned 20 December 1861. Sources; History of Houston County, p. 312; Confederate Officers of Texas, p. 18; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 332; 1860 Houston County Census, p. 28; Confederate State Roster I, p. 121; Confederate State Roster II, p. 102; Ancestry.com.

DANIELS, SALLIE PLATT Born: 18 September 1827 Died: 16 January 1895 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Texas Spouse: James M. Daniels Comments: Confederate Land Grant #233. Sources: Confederate Scrip Grantees, p. 36; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 332. Info on her husband: DANIELS, JAMES M. Born: 1823 Alabama Died: killed at Battle of Mansfield, 1864 Spouse: Sarah "Sallie" Platt Service: Private in Captain Isaac Adair's Company, Co. H. Elected 2nd Lieutenant 25 April 1862. Sources: Houston County History, p. 19; Confederate Army of New Mexico, p. 269; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 27; 1860, p. 63; Confederate State Roster I, p. 124.

DAVIS, LUCY MARGARET PENICK Born: 18 June 1834 Brunswick, Missouri Died: 9 June 1899 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse: William W. Davis, m. 25 August 1850 Parents: William & Lucy R. (Price) Penick Sources: Houston County History, p. 321; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 333; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 5; 1860, p. 70; RootsWeb.com

DAVIS, WILLIAM W. Born: 15 March 1831 Houston County, Texas Died: 22 July 1910 Houston County Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County Spouse: Lucy Margaret Penick Parents: William P. & Elizabeth Davis Service: Co. H, 7th Texas Cavalry. Captain of Company; Precinct No.3, Houston County. Discharged 7 March 1862. Sources: Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 321; Confederate Officers of Texas, p. 19; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 104; Confederate Army of New Mexico, p. 270; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 333;Houston County Census: 1850, p. 5; 1860, p. 70; 1900, p. 79.

DOWNES, JAMES ELBERT Born: 31 October 1845 Houston County, Texas Died: 25 January 1917 Dallas, Dallas County, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Elizabeth G. Brown, m. 5 May 1870 Houston County Parents: Lodwick Elbert & Harriet Matilda (Brent) Downes Service: Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry; Co. G, 31 st Texas Cavalry, Gano's Brigade. Sources: Houston County History, p. 334; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 104; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 334; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 12; 1860, p. 2; 1880; 1900, p. 74; 1910, p. 113; Ancestly.com.

DURST, HORATIO Born 16 March 1844 Texas Died; 1 January 1930 Buried Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; 1) Maggie Carleton; 2)Anna Eliza Barkley, m. 1869 Leon County, Texas; 3) Benigna E. Robinson; 4) Sarah Estelle Wymle, married 8 October 1884 Robertson County, Texas Parents; John M. & Harriet Matilda (Jamison) Durst Jr. Service 2nd Lieutenant, Co. A, 13th Texas Cavalry. Enlisted 21 February 1862; Mustered out at Hempstead, Texas. Comments; Daughter, Pauline D. Moore Sources; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 339; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 335; Leon County Census: 1850; 1860; 1880; 1910; Confederate State Roster I, p. 148; Confederate State Roster II, p. 100; Nacogdoches County Families, p. 265; Ancestry.com.

DURST, SARAH ESTELLE WYNNE Born: 28 July 1858 Cold Springs, Texas Died: 8 July 1944 at home of daughter, Pauline D. Moore Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Horatio Durst as his 4th wife, married 8 October 1884 Robertson County, Texas Pension: #47530 Comments: Mortuary Warrant. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County, Texas Cemeteries, p. 344; Houston County History, p. 339; 1880 Leon County Census; Ancestry.com.

EDMISTON, FRANKLIN GERALD Born: 12 January 1842 Kentucky Died: 14 August 1899 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: 1) Hortense; 2) Jane N. Collins Parents: John Harvey & Martha Jane (Smith) Edmiston Service: Co. A, 2nd Texas Infantry, Bee's Brigade. Sources: Houston County Cemeteries, p. 335; Confederate Army of New Mexico, p. 306; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 1; 1870; 1880; Confederate State Roster I, p. 153; AncestIy.com.

ELLIS, JAMES BERKLEY Born; 8 May 1840 Texas Died; 30 September 1922 Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; 1) Anniah Saxon; 2) Elizabeth Sherman Allen, married 25 December 1894 Houston County Parents; John Irving & Elizabeth Aml (Goolsby) Ellis Service Company B., Lubbock's Guards, Smith's Company, Burnett's Regiment. Cavalry at beginning of war later dismounted. Co. B, 13th Texas Cavalry, Waul's Brigade. Enlisted 22 February 1863 at Crockett. Souses; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 105; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 335; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 9.5; 1910, p. 92; Confederate State Roster, p. 156; Confederate State Roster n, p. 101; United Daughters of the Confederacy 4, p. 55; Ancestry.com.

FOSTER, WILLIAM JAMES Born: 31 January 1830 Winchester, Tennessee Died: 13 February 1898 Weatherford, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Jane Stone Frazer, m. 6 November 1856 Fayette County, Texas Service: Texas 1st Brigade, under Captain D. A. Nunn. Comments: Indigent List with six dependents. Sources: Houston County History, p. 354; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 336; 1860 Houston County Census; Indigent List.

GOSSETT, ALBERT KIRKSEY Born: 13 January 1847 Houston County, Texas Died: 4 March 1873 Houston County Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse: Sarah "Sallie" McAlpine, m. ca. 1865 Parents: Andrew Edwards & Rhodey D. (Mulder) Gossett Service: CSA - probably Company D., 2nd Texas Infantry Regiment Sources: Houston County Cemeteries, p. 337; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 42; 1860, p. 17; Ancestry.com; Confederate State Roster, Volume I, p. 199.

GOSSETT, BETTIE W. STUBBLEFIELD Born: 7 April 1859 Texas Died: 23 March 1958 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Kelsey Lowery Gossett, m. 6 March 1883 Houston County Parents: prob. William M. & L. S. Stubblefield Pension: #36563 Comments: Mortuary Warrant. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 337; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 7; 1900,p. 70.

GOSSETT, KELSEY LOWERY Born; 21 January 1845 Houston County, Texas Died; 31 October 1903 Houston County Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse; 1) Sarah Murchison, m. ca. 1865 Houston County; 2) Bettie W. Stubblefield, m. 6 March 1883 Parents; Andrew Edwards & Rhodey E. (Mulder) Gossett Service; First joined Burnett's Regiment, Walker's Division; transferred to Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry; Co. B, 13th Texas Cavalry and served in this unit from January 1863 to close of the war. Enlisted 15 December 1861 at Camp Magruder. Sources; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 338; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 42; 1860, p. 17; 1870; 1900, p. 70; Confederate State Roster 1, p. 199; Confederate State Roster 11, p. 101 & 43; Ancestry.com.

GOSSETT, ZEBEDEE Born: 16 Apri11842 Houston County, Texas Died: 7 March 1862 Sonora, New Mexico Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Parents: Andrew Edwards & Rhodey E. (Mulder) Gossett Service: Private, Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry. Died at Socorro Hospital 7 March 1862 of wounds received at Valverde. Sources; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 338; Confederate Anny of New Mexico, p. 116; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 42; 1860, p. 17; Confederate State Roster I, p. 199; Confederate State Roster II, p. 43; Ancestry.com.

HAIL, NANCY JANE BURTON Born; 1 October 1848 Crockett, Houston County, Texas Died; 4 October 1949 Crockett, Houston County Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse; Benjamin Ewing Hail, m. 1 May 1867 Houston County (1 May 1866 in pension application) Parents; William Hughes Lacy & Constance (Adams) Burton Pension; #47250 Comments; Mortuary Warrant; buried by Callaway Funeral Home in Crockett, Texas; Daughter, Mrs. M. M. Shipp. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 382; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 338; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 44; 1910, p. 122; Ancestry.com.

HAIL, WILSON EWING Born: September 1825 Rutherford County, Tennessee Died: 31 May 1903 Houston County, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County Spouse: Mary Harriet Smith, m. 1844 San Augustine County, Texas Parents: Jonas Judd & Amanda Melvina (Ewing) Hail Service: Enlisted 25 February 1862 in Crockett as a private in Captain John J. Smith's Company, Burnett's 13th Regiment, Texas mounted Cavalry. Commissioned as Captain in September 1862. Sources: Houston County History, p. 382; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 339; 1850 San Augustine County Census, p. 12; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 6; 1870; 1880; 1900, p. 44; San Augustine CSA.

HURT, MARTHA ELMIRA BOX Born: 24 April 1851 Crockett, Texas Died: 19 December 1930 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Charles Wesley Hurt, married 13 May 1873 Houston County, Texas Parents: Thomas Griffin & Amanda Georgia (Alexander) Box Pension: #39401 Comments: Mortuary Warrant. Died of paralysis. Daughter, Mrs. Will Reed. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; 1860 Census, p. 52; 1900 Houston County Census, p. 64; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 341; The Box Book with McElroy and Floyd, p. 15.

HYDER, ALLEN S. M. Born; October 1834 Missouri Died; 5 November 1909 Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Parents; Benjamin Jr. & Isabella (Metcalf) Hyder Pension; #05184 Service; Company A., 3rd Missouri Cavalry for 2 years Comments; Rheumatic pains with functional disturbance of liver and kidneys. In county since 1865. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 108; 1900 Census Houston County, Texas, p. 69; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 341.

JOHNSON, E. T. Born: January 1841 Georgia Died: 1913 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: L. C. Service: Co. A, 50th Alabama Regiment, Day's Brigade. Sources: Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 109; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 341; 1900 Houston County Census, p. II.

KENT, MARTHA J. "MATTIE" Born: 14 May 1861 Texas Died: 9 May 1950 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse: William Henry Kent, married 15 January 1880 Houston County Pension: #51158 Comments: Mortuary Warrant, died from cerebral hemorrhage, cancer of colon and senility. Neice, Mattie Trube. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 342; Houston County Census: 1880; 1900, p. 74; 1910, p. 101; Ancestry.com.

KENT, WILLIAM HENRY Born 14 September 1845 Haywood County, Tennessee Died; 17 March 1933 Houston County Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse; Martha J. "Mattie", married 15 January 1880 Houston County Parents; prob. Ephraim B. & Jane (Hart) Kent Pension; #35345 Service; Co. E, 15th Mississippi Regiment, Adams' Brigade. Enlisted 23 October 1863; Comments; surrendered 26 April 1865. Surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina; Mortuary Warrant, died of myocarditis. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 110; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 342; 1850 Carroll County, Mississippi Census; Houston County Census: 1880; 1900, p. 74; 1910, p. 101; Ancestry.com.

LANGSTON, JOHN S. Born: 7 April 1828 Laurens County, South Carolina Died: 29 April 1905 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Margaret Josephine Kinman, married about 1857 Parents: prob. William & Elizabeth Langston Service: 2nd Sergeant, Co. I, 28th Texas Cavalry. Surrendered at Hempstead, Texas 25 May 1865. Sources: Houston County Census: 1860, p. 16; 1870; 1880; 1900, p. 209; Crockett Newspapers, p. 53; Confederate State Roster I, p. 303; Confederate State Roster II, p. 199; Ancestry.com; RootsWeb.com

LEGORY, AUGUSTUS Born: 10 October 1840 Vicksburg, Mississippi Died; 4 December 1930 Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse; Eliza Hortense Wrotham Parents; John B. & Margaret (Conley) LeGory Pension; #47581 Service; Assigned to the Lubbock Guards, a cavalry regiment, 22 February 1862. Assigned to Captain John T. Smith's Company B, 13th Texas Cavalry Regiment, Burnett's Brigade. Enlisted 1861 and discharged 1865 when war ended. Comments; Mortuary Warrant, died of senility, age 90 years; daughter, Hortense Sweet. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 445; Houston County in The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 110; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 343; Houston County Census 1900, p. 89; 1910, p. 106; 1920; Confederate State Roster 1, p. 308; Confederate State Roster II, p. 101.

LUNDY GEORGE BRINSON3 (STEPHEN2, MATTHEW1) was born 03 Aug 1840 in Georgia, and died 27 Dec 1915. He married (1) MARY ELIZABETH WORTHINGTON. She was born 12 Jan 1846, and died 08 Oct 1884. He married (2) SALLY MORRIS THOMPSON. She was born 09 Aug 1852 in Alabama, and died 13 Sep 1941. George Brinson Lundy was married a second time to Mrs. Sallie Daniels, widowed sister of Mrs. Dolly Worthington, wife of William Branch Worthington, who was a brother of George's first wife. George's second marriage took place on Neville's Prairie in 1887 and about 1895, George moved his family into Crockett. Both George and his son Ralph were elders in the Presbyterian Church on the prairie and in Crockett. For a year after moving to Crockett, George worked for a wholesale grain firm in Galveston. On his return to Crockett, he and Mrs. Thomas Thompson, brother of Mrs. Lunch, formed the mercantile firm of Lundy and Thompson where he worked until his death in December 1915. He is buried in Glenwood Cemetery in Crockett. His wife, Sally Morris (Thompson) Lundy is buried beside him. More info in: The History of Houston County Texas. By: Armistead Albert Aldrich Houston Co. will have this book republished by mid summer 2009. hchc@co.houston.tx.us

LUNDY, SALLIE M. THOMPSON Born; 9 August 1852 Alabama Died; 13 September 1941 Crockett Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; 1) Richard Daniels, m. August 1879; 2) George Brinson Lundy, m. 16 January 1887 Houston County (15 January 1890 in pension application) Parents; Samuel M. & Caroline R. (Tunstall) Thompson Pension; #47587 Comments; Mortuary Warrant, died from debility and myocardial failure. Sister, Dollie V. Worthington, brother, T. W. Thompson. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 460; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 344; 1910 Houston County Census, p. 112; Ancestry.com.

MATLOCK, W. R. Born: 29 July 1823 Alabama Died: 8 February 1864 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Mary, m. ca. 1844 Parents: prob. Thomas Henry & Elizabeth (Rodgers) Matlock Service: Captain of active company, Beat No.1, Houston County 11th Brigade. Sources: Confederate Officer of Texas, p. 51; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 346; 1850 Clarke County, Alabama Census; 1860 Houston County Census, p. 5; Ancestry.com.

McGILL, JOHN WESLEY Born; January 1828 South Carolina Died; 30 July 1902 Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; Elizabeth Parents; probably Andrew & Nancy McGill Pension; #02093 Service; Company C., Morgan's Regiment, Parson's Brigade, Texas Comments; Partial paralysis, dementia and general debility in September 1899 when he applied for his pension. He had lived in the county for 46 years Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Houston County In The Civil War, by T. N. Mainer, p. Ill; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 345; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; 1850 Census Holmes County, Mississippi; Houston County Censuses: 1870,.1880,1900, p. 69; Indigent List, Ancestry.com; Confederate State Roster, Volume I, p.345.

MILLAR, JOHN COLLINS Born: 1836 Tyrone County, Ireland Died: 5 May 1900 Houston County Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Margaret Henrietta Pritchard married 14 December 1858 Houston County Parents: John & Elizabeth Miller Service: Gould's Battalion, Colonel Burnett's Regiment Texas Infantry. Comments: Indigent List with two dependents. Sources: Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 473; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 346; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 5; 1870; 1880; 1910; Indigent List; Ancestry.com.

MILLAR, MARGARET HENRIETTA PRITCHARD Born: June 1840 Charlestown, South Carolina/N,.C? Died: 25 October 1932 Crockett Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: John Charles Millar, married 14 December 1858 Houston County Parents: Elizabeth Prichard Pension: #37814 Comments: In Texas and county for 64 years in September 1921. Mortuary Warrant, senility at 92 years of age. Sources: Pension Application; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 346; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 5; 1870.

MILLS, BLUFORD B. Born:1836 Kentucky Died; 1898 [20 May 1900 in her pension application] Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse; Mary E., married on or about 17 December 1857 near Dardonella, Arkansas Parents; J. M. & Rachel Mills Pension Rejected Private, Service; Company D., 1st Mississippi Light Artillery; served for 4 years. Enlisted 10 April·1862 at Lexington, Mississippi Living temporarily in Cherokee County in August 1899. At this address about 4 months. Died before the Commissioner's Court could approve his application. Sources; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 346; 1850 Pulaski County, Arkansas Census; 1870 Polk County Census; Ancestry.com; Rejected Confederate Pension Application

MONROE, ARMISTEAD THOMPSON Born: March 1818 Virginia Died: September 1893 Houston County, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse: Rachel G. Allbright, m. 31 December 1846 Service: Quartermaster, Co. C, 13th Texas Cavalry.Sources: Houston County Cemeteries, p. 347; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 13; 1860, p. 3; 1870; 1880; Confederate State Roster I, p. 365; Confederate State Roster II, p. 102; Ancestry.com.

MOORE, SARAH ANN WOOTTERS Born: 24 June 1833 Died: 12 July 1912 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse: William H. Moore Pension: #09548 [missing] Sources: Pension Application; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 347.

MOORE, WILLIAM H. Born: 12 June 1830 Bermuda Died: 19 February 1868 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Sarah Ann W o otters Service: Co. B, 13th Texas Cavalry. Comments: Indigent List with six dependents. Sources: Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 483; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 347; Confederate State Roster I, p. 369; Confederate State Roster II, p. 101; Indigent List

MURCHINSON DANIEL MACINTOSH Born: 16 October 1841 Mississippi Died: 27 November 1882 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Parents: Daniel B. & Mary (Killough) Murchison Service; Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry. Sources; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 347; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 43; 1860, p. 13; 1880; Confederate State Roster !, p. 376; Confederate State Roster II, p. 43; Ancestry.com.

MURCHISON, JOHN Born: 28 August 1843 Tennessee Died: 19 November 1904 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Josephine Augusta Service: Co. H, 7th Texas Cavalry, Green's Brigade. Sources: Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. Ill; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 348; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; 1900 Houston County Census, p. 66; Confederate State Roster I, p. 376; Confederate State Roster II, p. 65.

MURCHISON, MARIA ELIZABETH DRISKELL Born: 7 March 1837 Died; 19 August 1939 Lovelady Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Parents; Murdock Killough Murchison, married 9 October 1898 in her pension application. D. A. & Mary (Witt) Driskell Pension; #38535 Comments; Not living as man and wife in the 1900 Census.; Mortuary Warrant, died of cancer of the liver. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 488; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 348; Houston County Census: 1870; 1880, 1900.

MURCHISON, MURDOCK KILLOUGH Born: 13 November 1826 Carroll County, Tennessee Died: 18 March 1916 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: 1) Evelina Gossett, m. 15 June 1852 Houston County; 2) Maria Elizabeth Driskell, m. 23 June 1863 (9 October 1898 in her pension application) Parents; Daniel B. & Mary (Killough) Murchison Pension; #19034 Service; Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry. Enlisted March 1863 and discharged May 15, 1865 in Washington County, Texas on the Brazos River when the war closed and we were disbanded there. Comments: Carne to Texas in 1848. In Houston County 62 years in June 1910. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History, 488; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 348; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 43; 1870; 1880; 1900, p. 15; Ancestty.com.

MURCHISON, WELDON JONES Born: 11 October 183 8 Waterford, Mississippi Died; 23 August 1899 Houston County Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; C. J. Parents; Daniel B. & Mary (Killough) Murchison Service; 2nd Lieutenant, Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry. Left sick at Santa Fe Hospital 8 April; taken prisoner 20 April and paroled 30 April; sent to Camp Douglas and exchanged at Vicksburg 22 September 1862. Source; Houston County History, p. 488; Confederate Army of New Mexico, p. 117; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 43; 1870; 1880; Confederate State Roster I, p. 377; Confederate State Roster II, p. 43; Ancestty.com; Houston County Cemetery Records, p. 348.

NUNN, DAVID ALEXANDER Born; 1 October 1836 Summerville, Noxubee County, Mississippi Died; 13 August 1911 Crockett, Houston County, Texas Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse; Hellen Williams, m. 8 June 1858 Macon, Mississippi Parents; John & Jane (Tubb) Nunn Servoce’ Captain of Co. I, 4th Cavalry, Colonel Surry's Regiment, Sibley's Brigade, Walker's Division, Morgan's Battalion. Captain of Co. C, Morgan's Regiment, Randle's Brigade. Captain of Co. L, 28th Texas Cavalry. Resigned as Captain 27 February 1862. Resigned after a petition from his men. Comments; Lawyer; first mayor of Crockett Sources; Houston County History, p. 18 & 514; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 112; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 349; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; Confederate Army of New Mexico, p. 114; 1850 Noxubee County, Mississippi Census; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 1; 1870; 1900, p. 72; 1910, p. 126; Confederate State Roster I, p. 390; Confederate State Roster II, p. 43, 200 & 298; Ancestry.com.

PORTER, JAMES MACINTOSH" JIM" Born:5 May 1834 Mississippi Died; 24 December 1902 Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; 1) Margaret; 2) Augusta Louise (Smith) Adair, widow of Isaac Adair Jr. 2nd Lieutenant, Co. H, 7th Texas Cavalry Regiment, Green's Brigade. Left at Santa Fe on dethatched service, probably as hospital attendant; taken prisoner 20 April and paroled 30 April; sent to Camp Douglas and exchanged at Vicksburg 22 September 1862. Sources; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 113; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 350; Confederate Army of New Mexico, p. 269; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 62; 1880; 1900, p. 312; Confederate State Roster I, p. 421; Confederate State Roster II, p. 65; Ancestry.com.

RICHARDSON, CORA C. HAZLETT Born: 12 July 1839 Tennessee Died: 17 May 1912 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: J. D. Richardson, married November 1861 Houston County Pension: #04326 Comments: One rejected pension application. In county 46 years in January 1900. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 351; 1870 Houston County Census; Ancestry.com.

RICHARDSON, J. D. Born: 2 April 1837 Alabama Died: 4 July 1872 killed Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Cora C. Hazlett, married November 1861 Houston County Sources: Wife's Pension Applications; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 351; 1870 Houston County Census; Ancestry.com.

ROMAIN, SARA ISABELLA "BELLA" DOWNES Born: 14 August 1848 Crockett, Houston County Died; 10 March 1943 Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; 1) Dabney Waverly Lewis, married 4 May 1867 Houston County; 2) Charles E. Romain Parents; Ludwick E. & Martha Harriet (Brent) Downes Pension; #36040 Comments; Mortuary Warrant. When second husband died, she appeared and claimed a pension for the service of her first husband. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 351; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 12; 1900, p. 88; Ancestry.com.

SAXON, JOHN WASHINGTON Born:30 October 1843 Newman, Georgia Died; 1 May 1916 Houston County, Texas Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse; Louise Elizabeth Box, m. 1867 Parents; John Horton & Harriet (Newman) Saxon Pension; #14291 Service; Sergeant, Co. H, 7th Texas Cavalry, 3rd Regiment, Sibley's Brigade. Left sick at Santa Fe Hospital 9 April and taken prisoner 20 April; paroled 24 May and sent to Texas; left sick at El Paso Hospital; taken prisoner and paroled 1 September 1862. Taken prisoner at Camp Pratt 20 November 1863; sent from New Orleans, Louisiana to New Iberia, Louisiana. Comments; Had lived in Houston County 51 years in January 1909. Sources; Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 563; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 115; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 352; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Confederate Army of New Mexico, p. 272; 1850 Coweta County, Georgia Census; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 14; 1880; 1900, p. 97; Confederate State Roster I, p. 465; Confederate State Roster II, p. 65; Ancestry.com.

SCHNIDER, CHARLES Born: 29 May 1831 Germany Died: 31 October 1912 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Nancy married 1 February 1872 Trinity County Parents: William & Julia Schnider Service: Mosley's Battalion Light Artillery. Wounded in battle and carried the scar on his breast all his life. Dick Dowlings Company of Texas Infantry. Sources: Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 115; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 352; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; Houston County Census: 1880; 1900, p. 73; 1910, p. 90; Ancestry.com.

SCHNIDER, NANCY Born: 1 February 1850 Alabama Died: 12 August 1927 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Charles Schnider, married 1 February 1872 Trinity County, Texas Pension: Rejected Comments: In Texas 66 years, in county 49 years in November 1923. Pension rejected because of lack of proof of his service. Sources: Rejected Confederate Pension Applications; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 352; Houston County Census: 1880; 1900, p. 73; Ancestry.com.

SHARP, FRANCIS "FRANK" MARION Born:7 November 1831 Georgia Died; 24 August 1914 Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; Martha D., m. ca. 1868 Pension; #08740 Service; Co. H, Louisiana Battalion, Mutton's Brigade. [Company C., 11 th Louisiana Infantry Battalion in pension application] In county 26 years in February 1902. General debility from age and weak vision. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 115; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 352; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 84; 1910, p. 121.

SHARP, MARTHA D. Born: March 1840 Madison County, Alabama Died: 11 April 1931 Crockett Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Frank M. Sharp, married 16 March 1865 Natchitoches Parish, La. Pension: #23827 Comments: In Texas since 1865; in county 30 years or more in December 1913. Mortuary Warrant; son-in-law, R. C. Stokes. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 352; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 84; 1910, p. 121.

SIMPSON, ENOS LICKFIELD Born: 10 May 1841 Illinois Died; 20 October 1920 Houston County, Texas Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Crockett, Houston County Spouse; 1) Annie T.; 2) Texanna Elizabeth Haile, m. 28 October 1877 Houston County Parents; George Washington & Rebecca (Bunch) Simpson Pension; Rejected Service; Co. B, 4th Louisiana Infantry, Breckenridge's Brigade. Enlisted at beginning of war in 1861 Comments; Confederate pension application rejected because he was not indigent. Sources; Rejected Pension Applications; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 353; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 116; Houston County Census; 1870; 1900, p. 101; 1910, p. 93; Ancestry.com.

SMITH, BARTHOLOMEW Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas (CSA vet) Sources: Houston County Cemeteries, p. 353.

SMITH, DR. JOHN B. Born: March 1844 Georgia Died: 8 February 1930 Crockett Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Bettie L. Pension: #30420 Service: Co. H, 7th Texas Cavalry, Green's Brigade. Comments: Lived in Texas since 1850; 64 years age Crockett in February 1915; Mortuary Warrant, blind. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 115; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 354; 1900 Houston County Census, p. 72; Mortuary Warrant.

SMITH, JOHN T. Born: 5 March 1815 Died: 16 February 1874 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas; Texas Historical Marker Service: Captain Co. B. Comments: Elected to legislature and fell dead on the floor of the House in 1874. Sources: Houston County Cemeteries, p. 354; Confederate State Roster I, p. 491; Houston County History, p. 574.

STOKES, CHARLES Born: 15 May 1834 Georgia Died; 25 August 1910 Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; Lucy A. Hancock, married 19 February 1863 Houston County Parents; William Benson & Harriet C. (Bacon) Stokes Service; Lieutenant Company 1., 28th Texas Cavalry; John McLemore's Company; enlisted June 11, 1862 at Crockett; discharged November 7, 1862 on surgeon's certificate of disability. Sources; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 589; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 115; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 354; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 2; 1870; 1880; 1900, p. 92; 1910, p. 119; Confederate State Roster I, p. 354; Ancestry.com.

STOKES, LUCY A. HANCOCK Born: 15 July 1844 Alabama Died; 22 January 1927 Crockett Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; Charles Stokes, married 19 February 1863 Houston County. father, J. R. Hancock Pension #40672 Service; In Texas and in county 71 years in March 1925. Mortuary Warrant. Died of natural causes, no physician present. Namely old age. Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 589; Houston County Cemeteries, p.355; Houston County Census: 1870; 1880; 1900, p. 92; 1910, p. 119.

TINNEY, SAMUEL FISHER, M.D. Died: 28 March 1840 Athens, Clark County, Georgia [26 March 1840 in his pension application] Died; 2 July 1926 Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; Sarah Carter Mills, m. 19 May 1868 Maysville, South Carolina Parents; Samuel & Sarah Margaret (Colt) Tenney Pension; Rejected Service; Co. K, 3rd Georgia Regiment. Enlisted 25 April 1861. Appointed 1st Lieutenant of artillery for ordnance duty; assigned to duty as ordnance officer of Army of Northern Virginia 1 April 1864. On parole at Atlanta, Georgia before the U. S. Paroling officer shortly after General Robert Lee surrendered. Comments Presbyterian pastor, ordained April 1869; medical doctor. In Texas 51 years in March 1924. Sources; Rejected Pension Applications; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History , p. 597; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 117; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 355; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 92; 1910, p. 127; UDC 4, p. 195; Ancestory.com

TENNEY, SARAH CARTER MILLS Born: 14 May 1844 Mayesville, Sumter County, South Carolina Died: 1928 [8 January 1930 in cemetery records] Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Samuel Fisher Tenney, m. 19 May 1868 Maysville, South Carolina Parents: probably William E. & Martha E. Mills Pension: #45161 Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 597; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 355; 1850 Sumter County, South Carolina census; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 92; 1910, p. 127; UDC 4, p. 195; Ancestory'.com.

TUNSTALL, THOMAS BOLIVAR Born:6 April 1820 Petersburg, Pike County, Indiana Died; 3 December 1917 Crockett, Houston County, Texas Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse;1) Hannah Elizabeth Steadham, m. 16 June 1842 Mobile, Alabama; 2) Mrs. Rachel Elizabeth (Gressett) Goodwin, m. ca. 1860 Parents; William Victory & Dorothy Hall (Vaughn) Tunstall Pension Rejected Service; Logan's Louisiana Battalion, Heavy Artillery. I put my son in as a substitute in November 1863 at Viena, Louisiana and I returned home on furlough from my Captain, but my son remained in my place until the close of the war and surrendered at Alexandris, Louisiana. CommentslRejected because he hired a substitute. Sources; Rejected Pension Applications; Houston County History, p. 600; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 117; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 356; 1850 Sumter County, Alabama Census; 1860 Catahoula Parish, Louisiana Census: Houston County Census: 1870; 1880; 1900, p. 77; 1910, p. 113; Ancestry.com.

VALENTINE, JAMES B. Born: December 1842 Tupelo, Mississippi Died; 10 November 1925 Houston County, Texas Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse; Rose G., married 6 March 1866 Chickasaw County, Mississippi mother, Mary R. Pension; #36291 Service; Company G., 1st Tennessee Infantry; 14th Alabama Cavalry. Enlisted 5 July 1861; enlisted again in Alabama June 1, 1863. Comments; In Texas 39 years and in county for 24 years in December 1919. Mortuary Warrant, senility Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History, p. 605; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 356; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 86; 1910, p. 85; Ancestry.com.

VALENTINE, ROSE G. Born: June 1850 Tupelo, Mississippi Died: 1 June 1927 Crockett, Houston Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse: James B. Valentine, married 6 March 1866 Chickasaw County, Mississippi Pension: #41538 Comments: Mortuary Warrant, she died at her home. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 605; 1880 Chickasaw, Mississippi Census; Houston County Census: 1900, p. 86; 1910, p. 85; Ancestry.com; Houston County, Texas Cemeteries, p. 356.

WAGNER, FRANCIS H. Born: 11 March 1830 South Carolina Died: 30 September 1881 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: 1) Martha; 2) Cynthia E. Parents: Effingham & Emma B. Wagner Service: Co. C, 6th Texas Cavalry Battalion. Sources; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 356; 1850 Clarkston County, South Carolina Census; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 25; 1870; 1880; Confederate State Roster 1, p. 550; Confederate State Roster II, p. 59; Broadfoot CD; AncestJy.com.

WALL, NETTIE COOPER Born: 30 March 1847 Georgia Died: 1933 [on tombstone] 20 April 1953 in pension application Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: William Benjamin Wall, m. 6 December 1866 Parents: L. Cooper & unknown Brazier Pension: #50360 Comments: Mortuary Warrant, died from cardio vascular & renal disease; son, W. C. Wall. Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Mortuary Warrant; Houston County History, p. 609; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 356; Houston County Census: 1880; 1900, p. 72; 1910, p. 126; 1920; Ancestry.com.

WALL, WILLIAM BENJAMIN Born: 3 August 1837 Amite County, Mississippi Died: 26 September 1924 Houston County, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse: Nettie Cooper, m. 6 December 1866 Houston County Parents; Reverend William Bartley & Sarah L. (Holden) Wall Service; Co. I, 1st Texas Infantry in General Wigfall's Battalion. Promoted to Captain, Hood's Brigade. Quartermaster; and assistant quartermaster. Comments; Houston County Judge; In charge of Regimental Store at Ashland, Virginia, April & May 1862. Wounded Gaines' Mill 27 June 1862. Sources; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 118; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 356; 1850 Amite County, Mississippi Census; Houston County Census: 1880; 1900, p. 72; 1910, p. 126; 1920; Ancestry.com.

Son of William Bartley Wall and Sarah Holden of Amite Co, MS. Went to Texas in 1859 at the age of 21. Taught school for 1 year. He joined the Crockett Southrons in 1861 which soon became part of Gen. Louis T. Wigfall's battalion. He enlisted as a private but was soon elected to 2nd Lieut. of his company. He was wounded twice thrugh the right hand and left arm at Gaines' Mill. For gallant conduct he was promoted to captain. He was commander of the post at Crockett until the close of the Civil War. In 1878, he was elected county judge of Houston County, Texas. He is buried in the north section of Glenwood Cemetery. Other children:

Annie Pauline Wall Jordan [1874 - ????]

Charles John Wall [1878 - ????]

Walton B. Wall [???? - ????]

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Children:

Minnie Evelyn Wall (1868 - 1924)*

William Cooper Wall (1871 - 1953)*

Lee Wall (1885 - 1888)*

Spouse:

Nettie Cooper Wall (1847 - 1933)*

WINFREE, EDWIN Born: 9 April 1845 Richmond, Virginia Died: 10 January 1927 Austin, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: 1) Willie Matlock, m. 16 June 1874; 2) Alice King, m. ca 1886 Parents: Thomas E. & Elizabeth M. Winfree Service: South Side Artillery, Smith's Battalion. Comments: County Judge, Houston County. Sources: 1850,1860 Chesterfield County, Virginia Census; 1870 Richmond County, Georgia Census; Houston County Census: 1880; 1900, p. 69; 1910, p. 116, 1920; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Ancestry.com; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 357.

WINN, GEORGE A. Born: Abt 1845 Murray County, Georgia Died: 19 June 1918 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Mattie Deupree Pension: #33261 Service: 4th Corporal, Co. A, 5th Georgia Regiment. Enlisted 6 May 1863. Comments: Mortuary Warrant, died from senility Sources: Confederate Pension Application; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 358.

WOODSON, GORDEN W. Born: 19 July 1837 Alabama Died: 13 April 1922 Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: 1) Jane D. Beeson, m. 1865; 2) Mary Adcock, m. 1881 Service: Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry, Green's Brigade. Detailed to wait on Lieutenant Moore at Ft. Bliss prior to 31 December 1861. Sources: Houston County History, p. 22; Confederate Anny of New Mexico, p. 118; Crockett Newspapers, p. 95; Houston County Census: 1870; 1880; 1900, p. 71; 1910, p. 118; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 358.

WOOTTERS, JAMES C. Born: 20 April 1830 Queen Anne County, Maryland Died: 12 July 1904 Houston County, Texas Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse: Mrs. Emily (Cash) Long, m. 1860 Houston County Parents: Ezekiel C. & Mary Ann (Downs) Wootters Service: Co. B, 13th Texas Cavalry, and Waul’s Brigade. Sources: Houston County History, p. 625; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 118; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 358; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 4; 1870; 1880; 1900, p. 68; Confederate State Roster I, p. 590; Confederate State Roster n, p. 101; Ancestry.com.

WOOTTERS, JOHN HENRY Born: 12 August 1839 Queen Anne County, Maryland Died; 21 January 1892 Houston County, Texas Buried; Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Spouse; Phi1a Berta Smith, m. 17 January 1867 Houston County Parents; Ezekiel C. & Mary Ann (Downs) Wootters Service; Enlisted July 1861 in Captain Curry's Co. I, 1st Texas Regiment. Later Hood's Brigade. Was a Captain and a Medical Doctor. Comments; Wounded 6 May 1864 at Wilderness; recruiting dury in Texas August 1864. Sources; Company 1. Web Site; Houston County History, p. 626; Houston County In The Civil War by T. N. Mainer, p. 118; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 358; Crockett Newspapers, p. 96; Houston County Census: 1860, p. 2; 1870; Confederate State Roster I, p. 590; Confederate State Roster II, p. 529; UDC Lineage Book 4, p. 220; Ancestry.com