Service Records for Capt. E. A. Peareson's Company D, 6th Texas Infantry Confederate States of America
 

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EDWARD EDGAR

1.  Edward Edgar, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Pvt; Capt. E. A. Peareson’s Company, 6 Regiment Texas Infantry; Age 18 years; Company Muster-in-Roll Oct. 4, 1861 at Camp Hy E. McCulloch; Joined for duty and enrolled Oct. 4, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Period: war; 85 miles to rendezvous

3. Company Muster Roll for Oct 4 to 31, 1861; Enrolled Oct. 1, 186_ at Powderhorn by Capt. Peareson; Mustered into service Oct. 4, 186_ at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins

4. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1861 - Present; Enrolled July 11, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson

5. Company Muster roll for Jan & Feb, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

6. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

7. Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. A. [U.] Wolfe Q. M.; To what time: Jan. 1, 1862

8. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Wolfe; To what time: Mar. 1, 1862

9. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 Present; Enlisted Oct. 4, 1861 at Victoria Tex by Lt. Dinkins; Period: war; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: Mar 1, 1862

10. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862

11. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to Apr 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: June 30, 1862

12. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Maj. Ambler; To what time: Apr 30, 1863

13. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt Moores; To what time: June 30, 1863

14. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. W. H. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1862

15. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Cap. Moores; To what time: Oct. 31, 1863

16.  Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: Oct. 31, 1863; Remarks: Stoppage due S. S. for loss of Gun $25.00 & accoutrements $11.23

17. Company Muster Roll for March & April, 1864 – Present; Remarks: Stoppages due C. S. for loss of (over)

18. (back of index page #17) gun $25.00 and accoutrements $11.23 – Total $36.23

19. Appears on Regimental Return for Aug, 1862; Enlisted men on Extra or Daily Duty In commissary Department

20. Regimental Return for Sept, 1862; Enlisted men on Extra or Daily Duty: E. Duty Teamster in q. m. Dept.

21. Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863

22. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan. 31, 1863; Roll not dated

23. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Roll not dated

24. Appears of a Muster Roll of Officers and Men paroled in accordance with the terms of a Military Convention entered into on the 26th day of April, 1865, between General Joseph E. Johnston, Commanding Confederate Army, and Major General W. T. Sherman, Commanding United States Army in North Carolina. Roll dated near Jamestown, N. C. April 28, 1865. Paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina, ___ 1865 – Present

25. Appears on a Roll of non-commissioned officers and privates employed on extra duty at Tullahoma & Wartrace, Tenn. during month of May, 1863; Nature of service: Tmstr [Teamster]; Term of service from 18___, 186_ To 31 ___, 196_

26. Appears on a Roll of non-commissioned officers and privates employed on extra duty at ____ during month of June, 1863; Nature of service: Tmstr.; Term of service from June 1, 186_ To June 8, 186_
 


JOHN EIDLEBACH

1.  John Eidlelbach, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Pvt; Capt. E. A. Peareson’s Company, 6 Regiment Texas Infantry; Age 21 years; Company Muster-in-Roll Oct. 4, 1861 at Camp Hy E. McCulloch; Joined for duty and enrolled Oct. 4, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Period: war; 85 miles to rendezvous

3. Johann Eidlebach; Company Muster Roll for Oct 4 to 31, 1861; Enrolled July 11, 196_ at Matagorda by Capt. Peareson; Mustered into service Oct. 4, 186_ at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins

4. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1861 - Present; Enrolled July 11, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson

5. Company Muster roll for Jan & Feb, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

6. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment; Name appears in column of names present as John E. Eidleback

7. Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. A. [U.] Wolfe Q. M.; To what time: Jan. 1, 1862

8. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Wolfe; To what time: Mar. 1, 1862

9. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 Present; Enlisted Oct. 4, 1861 at Victoria Tex by Lt. Dinkins; Period: war; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: Mar 1, 1862

10. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862

11. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to Apr 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: June 30, 1862

12. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Maj. Ambler; To what time: Apr 30, 1863

13. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt Moores; To what time: June 30, 1863

14. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. W. H. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1862

15. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1863 – Absent: Last paid by Cap. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863; Remarks: Wounded & in Hospital; Wounded in battle Missionary Ridge

16.  Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864 – Absent; Remarks: In Hospl Wounded at Missionary Ridge

17. Company Muster Roll for March & April, 1864 – Absent; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863; Remarks: Detailed in Hospital, Atlanta, Ga. (over)

18. (back of index page #17) as unfit for active duty as per S. O. 115, Hd Qrs A. J.

19. J. Eidlebergh; Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863

20. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan. 31, 1863; Roll not dated; Signature on roll J. Eidlebach

21. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Roll not dated

22. Appears of a Muster Roll of Officers and Men paroled in accordance with the terms of a Military Convention entered into on the 26th day of April, 1865, between General Joseph E. Johnston, Commanding Confederate Army, and Major General W. T. Sherman, Commanding United States Army in North Carolina. Roll dated near Jamestown, N. C. April 28, 1865. Paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina, ___ 1865 – Present

23. Hospital Muster Roll of Fair Ground Hospital No. 12, Atlanta, Ga., for Jan 1 to Apr 30, 1864; dated Apr. 30, 1864 - Present; Attached to Hospital Apr. 26, 1864; How employed: Cook; Last paid by Capt. Moore; To what time, Aug. 31, 1863; Remarks; Add 5 days extra pay @ 25 cts per day.

24. Appears on a Register of Payments on Descriptive Lists; Period of service: From: Sept. 1, 1863 To Dec 31, 1863; When paid: Feb. 6, 1864 by A. B. Ragan; Amount: $44 (Confed. Arch., Chap. 5, File No. 53, page 157)

25. J. Eidlebough; Appears on a Receipt Roll for clothing; Date of issue Mar. 17, 1864; Signature J. Eadleback

26. Voucher No. 5215; Voucher to Abstract K.; 1 Quarter of 1864; Special Requisition; John Eidlebough, Clothing, Co. D 6 Texas; Issued Mch 17th, 1864 (voucher cover)

27. Form No. 40; Special Requisition; I certify that the above Requisition is correct, and that the articles specified are absolutely requisite for the public service, rendered so by the following circumstances (blank); Received at Atlanta, Ga., the 17 day of Mch 1864, of Maj. G. R. Fairbanks, Quartermaster, Confederate States Army; 1 Hat, 1 Shirt, 1 pr shoes; J. Eidlebach
 


MARTIN FUNK

1. Martin Funk, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Pvt; Capt. E. A. Peareson’s Company, 6 Regiment Texas Infantry; Age 21 years; Company Muster-in-Roll Oct. 4, 1861 at Camp Hy E. McCulloch; Joined for duty and enrolled Oct. 4, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Period: war; 85 miles to rendezvous

3. Company Muster Roll for Oct 4 to 31, 1861; Enrolled July 11, 196_ at Matagorda by Capt. Peareson; Mustered into service Oct. 4, 186_ at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins

4. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1861 - Present; Enrolled July 11, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson

5. Company Muster roll for Jan & Feb, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

6. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

7. Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. A. [U.] Wolfe Q. M.; To what time: Jan. 1, 1862

8. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Wolfe; To what time: Mar. 1, 1862

9. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 Present; Enlisted Oct. 4, 1861 at Victoria Tex by Lt. Dinkins; Period: war; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: Mar 1, 1862

10. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862

11. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to Apr 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: June 30, 1862

12. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Maj. Ambler; To what time: Apr 30, 1863

13. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt Moores; To what time: June 30, 1863

14. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. W. H. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1862

15. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1863 –Present; Last paid by Cap. Moores; To what time: Oct. 31, 1863

16.  Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864 – Present; Last paid by Cap. Moores; To what time: Oct. 31, 1863

17. Company Muster Roll for March & April, 1864 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: Oct. 31, 1863

18. Appears on a Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863

19. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan. 31, 1863; Roll not dated

20. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Roll not dated

21. Appears of a Muster Roll of Officers and Men paroled in accordance with the terms of a Military Convention entered into on the 26th day of April, 1865, between General Joseph E. Johnston, Commanding Confederate Army, and Major General W. T. Sherman, Commanding United States Army in North Carolina. Roll dated near Jamestown, N. C. April 28, 1865. Paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina, ___ 1865 – Present
 


WILLIAM GOLDEN

1. W. M. Golden; Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Corporal

2. M. Golden, Pvt; Age 32 years; Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 - Present; Mustered into service May 13, 1862 at Victoria by Col. Garland

3. M. Golden; Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Remarks: Pd $50 Bty

4. M. Golden; Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 - Present; Enlisted May 13, 1862 at Victoria Tex by Col. Garland; Period: War; Pay due from enlistment; Remarks: pd 50$ Bounty by Capt. U. Wolfe Q Master

5. M. Golden; Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862

6. M. Golden; Company Muster Roll for Dec. 31, 1862 to Apr. 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time; June 30, 1862

7. M. Golden; Company Muster Roll for Dec. 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Maj. Ambler; To what time: Apr. 30, 1863

8. W. M. Golden; Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: June 30, 1863

9. W. M. Golden; Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct 1863  - Present; Last paid by Capt. W. H. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863

10. W. M. Golden; Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1863 - Present; Last paid by Cap. Moores; To what time: Oct. 31, 1863

11. W. M. Golden; Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864 – Present; Last paid by Cap. Moores; To what time: Oct. 31, 1863

12. W. M. Golden; 3 corpl; Company Muster Roll for March & April, 1864 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: Dec. 31, 1863; Remarks: Promoted from Private March 1, 1864

13. Golden; Regimental Return for Sept, 1862; Enlisted men on Extra of Daily Duty: E. Duty, Teamster in q. m. Dept.

14. M. Golding;  Appears on a Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863

15. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Where captured: Arkansas Post, Ark Jan. 11, 1863

16. M. Goldell; Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan. 31, 1863; Roll not dated; Signature on roll W. M. Goldn

17. W. M. Golden; Pvt; Co. A., Granbury’s Brigade, Consolidated; Appears on a Muster Roll of Officers and Men paroled in accordance with the terms of a Military Convention entered into on the 26th day of April, 1865, between General Joseph E. Johnston, Commanding Confederate Army, and Major General W. T. Sherman, Commanding United States Army in North Carolina. Roll dated near Jamestown, N. C. April 28, 1865. Paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina, ___ 1865 – Present; Remark: This company is composed of the following companies of the Texas Reg’t Infantry, Consolidated: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, K.
 


CHARLES GUTHRIE
(Inconsistencies in record which has records dated after date of death.)

1. Charles Guthrie, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Pvt.; Age 21 years; Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1861 - Present; Enrolled Nov. 19, 186_ at Victoria by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Mustered into service Nov. 19, 186_ at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins

3. Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1862 - Present; Pay due from enlistment

4. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 - Present; Enlisted Nov. 19, 1861 at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins; Period: war; Pay due from enlistment

5. Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. A. [U.] Wolfe Q. M.; To what time: Jan. 1, 1862

6. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Wolfe; To what time: Mar. 1, 1862

7. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: Mar. 1, 1862; Remarks: Name appears in Column of names present as Charles Guthree

8. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862; Remarks: Name appears in column of names present as Chas. Guthree

9. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to Apr 30, 1863; Enlisted Oct. 4, 1861 at Victoria, Tex by Lt. Dinkins; Period: war; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time; June 30, 1862; Remarks: Left at Camp Butler, Illinois sick (over)

10. (back of index page # 9 not included) Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Q. M. at Camp Lee; To what time: Oct. 31, 1862

11. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: June 30, 1963

12. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1863 - Present; Enlisted Nov. 19, 1861 at Victoria, Texas by Col. R. R. Garland; Last paid by Capt. W. H. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863

13. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1863 – Absent; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863; Remarks: Wounded in Hospital, Wounded in battle Missionary Ridge

14. Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864 – Absent; Last paid by Cap. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863; Remarks: In Hospl, Wounded at Missionary Ridge

15. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1864 – Absent; Last paid by Capt. Crocker; To what time: Dec. 31, 1863; Remarks: In Hospital wounded (over)

16. (back of index page # 17) at battle of Missionary Ridge

17. Appear on a Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863

18. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Where captured: Arkansas Post, Ark Jan. 11, 1863

19. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan. 31, 1863; Roll not dated; Remarks: Hosp. ( Name cancelled on roll)

20. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Butler, Illinois, delivered at City Point, Va., by Lieut. J. H. Reeves, 3 N. Y. V., May 26, 1863; Roll not dated; Remarks: Name appears in column of Signatures as C. S. Guthrie

21. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War who died at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Roll dated Nov. 14, 1863; Remarks: Died April 2, 1863

22. C. S. Guthrie; Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Butler, Ill.; Roll dated Officer Comg Genl. Of Prisoners Washington D. C. Sept 2, 1863; Remarks: Died April 2, 1863

23. Appears on a Register of Confederate States Hospital Petersburg, Va., containing a record of clothing and accoutrements; Date: May 26, 1863; When delivered June 9, 186_; Remarks; Duty (Confed. Arch., Chap. 6, File No. 271, page 32)

24. No. 288, Paid June 15, 1863, C. S. Guthrie, ___,  Co. D, 6th Tex Infty, From July 1, 1862 to Oct. 31, 1862, Pay $44; Camp Lee near Richmond, Va., June, 13, 1863; C. S. Guthrie of Company “D” 6 Texas Infantry personally appeared before me Geo. F. Maynard, Capt. A. Q. M. CS Army this day and made oath that the annexed account is correct and just and that he has never received pay for the time charged and that he is not indebted to the Confederate States Government on any account whatsoever and that he is unable to procure a descriptive Roll from the officer in command of his company. Geo. F. Maynard, Capt. A. Q. M.

25. The Confederate States, Dr. To C. S. Guthrie ___, Co. D 6th Texas Infty C. S. Army. For Monthly Pay from July 1st, 1962 to Oct. 31, 1862, being 4 months, --- days, at 11 per month. 44.00; Amount paid 44.00; I certify, that I have endorsed this Payment on …; Received Camp Lee this 15th day of June 1863 from Capt. Geo. F. Maynard Quartermaster C. S. Army, the sum of Forty four Dollars, being the amount, and in full of the above account. C. S. Guthrie, Witness C?. B. Moore

Picture courtesy of Jean Sharp
 


ROBERT A. HASBROOK

1. Robert Hasbrook, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 - Present; Enlisted Apr 10, 1862 at Victoria by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Period: war; Pay due from enlistment

3. Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 – Absent; Last paid: pd $50 Bounty; Remarks: Absent sick as (over)

4. (back of index page # 3) per Surgeons certificate

5. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Absent; Last paid: Pd $50 Bty; Remarks: absent sick on Surg certif.

6. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 – Absent: Enlisted Apr 9, 1862 at Victoria Texas by Col. Garland; Period: war; Pay due from enlistment; Remarks: Absent in Matagorda Tex Sick as per (over)

7. (back of index page #6) Surgeon’s Certif of disability pd 50 $ Bounty by Capt. U. Wolfe Q. Master

8. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: Jan 1, 1862; Remarks: Deserted by being absent without leave since May 20, 1862

9. Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864 – Absent; Remarks: In Trans Miss Dept

10. Company Muster Roll for March & April, 1864 – Absent; Remarks: In Trans Miss Dept

11. Appears on Regimental Return for Aug, 1862; Absent enlisted men accounted for absent sick on Surgeon Certificate since July 5th, 1862, in Texas

12. Appears on Regimental Return for Sept, 1862; Absent enlisted men accounted for absent sick on Surgeons Certificate without the Department

13. Appears on Regimental Return for Oct, 1862; Absent enlisted men accounted for left sick in Texas on Surgeons Certificate of Disability
 


JOHN HILL

1. John Hill, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Pvt; Capt. E. A. Peareson’s Company, 6 Regiment Texas Infantry; Age 21 years; Company Muster-in-Roll Oct. 4, 1861 at Camp Hy E. McCulloch; Joined for duty and enrolled Oct. 4, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Period: war; 85 miles to rendezvous

3. Company Muster Roll for Oct 4 to 31, 1861; Enrolled July 11, 196_ at Matagorda by Capt. Peareson; Mustered into service Oct. 4, 186_ at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins

4. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1861 - Present; Enrolled July 11, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson

5. Company Muster roll for Jan & Feb, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

6. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

7. Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. A. [U.] Wolfe Q. M.; To what time: Jan. 1, 1862

8. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Wolfe; To what time: Mar. 1, 1862

9. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 Present; Enlisted Oct. 4, 1861 at Victoria Tex by Lt. Dinkins; Period: war; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: Mar 1, 1862

10. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862

11. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to Apr 30, 1863; Last paid by Capt U. Wolfe; To what time: June 30, 1862; Remarks: Died at Petersburg Va April 25, 1863

12. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: June 30, 1862; Remarks: Died at Petersburg Va April 22, 1863

13. Appears on a Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863

14. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Roll not dated

15. Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan. 31, 1863; Roll not dated; Remaks: Hosp.

16. Name appears on a Parole* which is follows: “We, the Undersigned prisoners of War, do give our parole of honor, that we will not take up arms, or do any hostile act against the United States until regularly exchanged.”; Parole not dated; Where captured Ark Post, Ark; When captured: Jan. 11, 1863; Received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan’y 31, 1863; Name cancelled on roll; Roll bears the following endorsement: “Received City Point, Va., April 15, 1863, from Jno. E. Mulford, Capt, 3d Infty. N. W. V. Comdg, ‘Flag of Truce,’ (on the within rolls) Eight Hundred & Eighty three (883) Confederate Prisoners of War paroled for Exchange: also Two Surgeons. J. H. Thompson, Capt. Comdg. Post.
 


THOMAS HILL

1. Thomas Hill; Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Tos. Hill; Pvt; Age 19 years; Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 - Present; Mustered into service May 14, 1862 at Matagorda by Lt. Selkirk; Remarks: Pd $50, Bty

3. Tom Hill; Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Remarks: $50 Bty

4. Thomas Hill; Company Muster roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment; Remarks: Pd 50 $ Bounty by Capt. U. Wolfe Q. M.

5. Thos. Hill; Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862

6. Thomas Hill; Company Muster Roll for Dec. 31, 1762 to Apr. 30, 1863; Enlisted May 14, 1862 at Victoria by Lt. Selkirk; Period: War; Last paid by Capt. U. Moore; To what time: June 30, 1862; Remarks: Died at Camp Butler Illinois Feb. 13, 1863

7. Company Muster Roll for Dec. 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863; Last paid by Capt . U. Wolfe; To what time: June 30, 1862; Remarks: Died at Camp Butler, Ill, Feb. 12, 1863

8. Appears on a Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863

9. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Roll not dated

10.  Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War who died at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Roll dated: Nov. 14, 1863;  Remarks: Died February 10, 1863

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MORRIS HINES

1. Morris Hines, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Pvt; Capt. E. A. Peareson’s Company, 6 Regiment Texas Infantry; Age 18 years; Company Muster-in-Roll Oct. 4, 1861 at Camp Hy E. McCulloch; Joined for duty and enrolled Oct. 4, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Period: war; 85 miles to rendezvous

3. Company Muster Roll for Oct 4 to 31, 1861; Enrolled July 11, 196_ at Matagorda by Capt. Peareson; Mustered into service Oct. 4, 186_ at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins

4. Morris Heines; Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1861 - Present; Enrolled July 11, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson

5. Company Muster roll for Jan & Feb, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

6. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

7. Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. A. [U.] Wolfe Q. M.; To what time: Jan. 1, 1862

8. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Wolfe; To what time: Mar. 1, 1862

9. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 - Present; Enlisted Oct. 4, 1861 at Victoria Tex by Lt. Dinkins; Period: war; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: Mar 1, 1862

10. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862

11. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to Apr 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: June 30, 1862

12. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Maj. Ambler; To what time: Apr 30, 1863

13. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Maj. Ambler; To what time: June 30, 1863

14. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. W. H. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863

15. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1863 – Absent; Last paid by Cap. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863; Remarks: Wounded in battle Missionary Ridge & in Hospl

16.  Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864 – Present; Last paid by Cap. Crocker; To what time: Dec. 31, 1863

17. Company Muster Roll for March & April, 1864 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: Dec. 31, 1863

18. Appears on a Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863

19. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan. 31, 1863; Roll not dated

20. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Roll not dated

21. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Nashville, Tenn., captured by forces under Maj. Gen. Thomas, commanding Dept. of the Cumberland, and forwarded to Capt. S. E. Joes, A. D. C., Louisville, Ky., December 2, 1864; Roll dated Headquarters Dept. of the Cumberland, Office Provost Marshall General, Nashville, Tenn., December 2, 1864; Where captured: Franklin, Tenn; When captured: Nov. 30, 1864

22. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War who arrived at Military Prison, Louisville, Ky., during five days ending December 5, 1864; Roll dated Louisville, Ky., December 6, 1864; Where captured Franklin, Tenn.; When captured: Nov. 30, 1864; Where from: Nashville, Tenn.

23. Appears on a Register of Prisoners of War received at Military Prison, Louisville, Ky.; Discharged: Terms: C Douglas; When: Dec. 3, 1864 (Louisville, Ky., Register No. 3; page 189

24. Appears on a roll of Prisoners of War at Military Prison, Louisville, Ky; Date when received: Decr. 3, 186_; Where captured: Franklin, Tenn; Date when captured: Novr 30, 1864; Date when discharged: Decr 3, 1864; Where sent: Camp Douglas; Remarks, charges, &c.: Nashville (Louisville, Ky., Register No. 7; page 104)

25. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Louisville, Ky., transferred to Camp Douglas, Dec. 3, 1864; Roll dated Louisville, Ky., Dec. 3, 1864

26. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Douglas, Ill., received from Louisville, Ky., Dec. 5, 1864; Roll not dated

27. Appears on a record of Prisoners of War at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Ill; When received: Dec. 6, 186_ (Camp Douglas, Ill., Register No. 1; page 450)

28. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War discharged at Camp Douglas, Ill., June 18, 1865, as per G. O. No. 109, A. G. O. ; Roll not dated; Residence: Montogora [Matagorda] Co., Texas

29. A. G. O. 10th St., May 18, 1912; Mr. Whitcomb: Card from Roll 202, sheet 10, Camp Douglas, Ill. shows Moses Hive, Pvt. Co. D, 16 Regt Texas; Captured Franklin, Tenn, Nov. 30/64; Residence: Montogora [Matagorda] Co., Texas; We fail to locate him. Respectfully, F. Van Vrankin; Mr. Van Vranken; Roll 1 Ft. Hindman; M. Heins, Pvt Co D 6 Tex; Reg 3, Loville & Roll 520 Morris Hine Pvt Co D 6 Texas; Roll 53 C Douglas, Morris Hine, Pvt Co D 6 Tex, May 29/12

30. Morris Hines, Appears on a Register of Hospital, Tunnel Hill, Ga.; Injury or disease: Diarrhea acuta; Admitted: June 27, 1863; Sent to other hospital: Aug. 31, 1863; Remarks: To T. Hill Hospl, No. 2 (Confed. Arch., Chap. 6, File No. 663, page 138

31. Appears on a Register of Payments on Descriptive Lists; Period of service: From 1 Sept 1863 To 31 Dec 1863; When paid 19 Jan, 1864; By whom paid by J. W. Crocker; Amount: $44 (Confed. Arch., Chap. 5, File No. 79, page 224)

32. Voucher No. 212; Paid 19 day of Jany 1864; Pvt. Morris Hines; Co. D, 6th Texas Inf; From 1 day of Sept 1863 To the 31 Dec 1863, Pay $44.00 (voucher cover)

33. The Confederate States, Dr.; To Pvt Morris Hines Co D 6th Texas Inft C. S. Army; For Monthly Pay from Sept 1, 1863 to Dec 31, 1863, being 4 months at 11 per Month, 44.00
 


JOHN F. HOLT                                                                                      Holt Family

Col. John Holt
 

While, in a measure prepared for the sad news, the notice of the death of our beloved fellow-citizen, Col. John Holt, which has cast a pall of sorrow over the city and was received with extreme sadness by the numerous friends of the family, all of whom were with him when the end came.

 

Col. Holt was one of Matagorda County's oldest and most prominent citizens. He has spent a long life as a resident here and was a man of exalted mind and bearing. He has figured prominently in all of the county's development and saw Bay City grow from an open place in the prairie to its present city-like status. His name has been associated with the affairs of Matagorda County, business and social, from an early day on down through the long span of his over 80 years of life. In the earlier days, when homes were scattered and the population sparse the Holt home stood as one celebrated for its Southern hospitality and "open door" policy. And this fame, so richly deserved, was maintained during the later years of his life.

 

Chivalrous by birth and spending most of the years of his life here, Col. Holt possessed all the traits of the true Southern character and nobleness of nature, for which the South has ever been celebrated.

 

Col. Holt is survived by his wife, a life-long companion, and two daughters, Mrs. E. J. Kilbride and Mrs. J. S. Mayfield.

 

A more fitting tribute to the memory of the life of this excellent man, which has been furnished The Tribune by a life-long friend, is published in another column of today's paper.

The Tribune
, April 1, 1921



In Memoriam.

John F. Holt

 

To the Rector, Wardens and Vestrymen of St. Mark's Church, Bay City, Texas:

Your special committee appointed to submit resolutions upon the death of John F. Holt, respectfully submit the following: Be it Resolved,

 

In the decree of an All-wise Providence there has been removed from our midst an old, honored, respected and much beloved member of our church and for many years Senior Warden on this Vestry.

 

His service on this Vestry and in the capacity of Senior Warden had been continuous for over 25 years, and upon retirement this Vestry unanimously elected him honorary Senior Warden for life without duties, and now this position has been made vacant by his death to the extreme sorrow of this Vestry, and every member of St. Mark's Church.

 

And now bowing to the will of a merciful Father, we state that in the death of Jno. F. Holt (Frank, as his intimates were wont to call him), the church and this Vestry have sustained a distinct loss, and we sorrow as if one mind that a great and good man and member has been taken from us for service in God's vineyard elsewhere.

Mr. (Col. as he was often called) Holt came to Texas and to Matagorda County at the age of 12 years. He was born in Andover, Mass., in the year 1838, and had reached the ripe old age of 82 years, 11 months and 3 days at the date of his death, having died at 7 o'clock on the morning of March 31, 1921. In 1861 he joined the first company organized in Matagorda County, known as Dr. Peareson's Company of Matagorda, and was afterwards assigned to the Sixth Texas Infantry and took part in many of the leading battles of the War Between the States, including Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge and Arkansas Post, in the latter battle he was captured--and held prisoner at Camp Butler for five months, and exchanged but promptly re-entered for the balance of the war, and was wounded in the Battle at Atlanta and returned  home, and in 1866 he married Miss Nell Wilkinson, who survives him, together with two daughters, Mrs. Jas. S. Mayfield and Mrs. E. J. Kilbride, all of whom reside in Matagorda County, Texas the latter in Bay City and the two former at Tanglewild, in said county, which is the name of his palatial residence, some several miles distant from Bay City, where the weary traveler was always a welcome guest and entertained in a princely manner. There also survive him several grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.

 

Besides long a member of the Episcopal Church, Jno. F. Holt was at his death an honored member of Matagorda Lodge No. 47 I. O. O. F. and has been a continuous member in good standing of this lodge for over 50 years, and the 50-year-old Jewel in this order had been awarded and bestowed upon him by his mother lodge at a special meeting for that purpose. During his career he engaged in many public enterprises in his adopted county, and was one of the organizers of the Colorado Canal Company, in this county in the year 1893, and for many years was president of said company, which canal opened up many thousands acres of Bay Prairie to irrigation and rice growing, and in this as in other movements he has been a public benefactor.

 

Jno. F. Holt was one of God's noblemen in the true sense of this expression; a useful citizen, unostentatious, nothing boisterous of unseemly about him; a man of true dignity of rare judgement, of prudence and vigilance in business, or energy and purpose where action was necessary, and tolerant and broad-minded in all the affairs which elicited his interest.

 

He was never intemperate of judgement or speech. He possessed an innate love of culture, was just in his relations with his fellow-man, was never known to speak ill of anyone and in all his long life he was an exemplar of those fine qualities of manhood which...American citizenship. At all times a disinclination to court prominence, modesty was one of his pronounced characteristics. He was indeed a man of truth and honor, and one who served his day and generation well.

 

It is hereby ordered that a copy of the resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Vestry, a copy furnished the family, and a copy given to the Tribune for publication.

 

Respectfully submitted,

___ E. Austin: Committee

SERVICE RECORD

1. John F. Holt, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-2 Lieutenant

2. Pvt; Capt. E. A. Peareson’s Company, 6 Regiment Texas Infantry; Age 23 years; Company Muster-in-Roll Oct. 4, 1861 at Camp Hy E. McCulloch; Joined for duty and enrolled Oct. 4, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Period: war; 85 miles to rendezvous

3. Company Muster Roll for Oct 4 to 31, 1861; Enrolled July 11, 196_ at Matagorda by Capt. Peareson; Mustered into service Oct. 4, 186_ at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins; Remarks: On Recruiting (over)

4. (back of index page #3) Service furlough 10 days

5. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1861 - Present; Enrolled July 11, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson

6. Company Muster roll for Jan & Feb, 1862 – Absent; Remarks; Absent on sick leave since the 20 Dec 1861

7. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

8. 2 Sgt; Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. A. [U.] Wolfe Q. M.; To what time: Jan. 1, 1862; Remarks: Appointed to fill (over)

9. (back of index page #8) vacancy May 14, 1862 caused by Sgt. Dale being Elected to first Lt., vacancy order No.

10. Age 24 years; Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Wolfe; To what time: Mar. 1, 1862

11. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 - Present; Enlisted Oct. 4, 1861 at Victoria Tex by Lt. Dinkins; Period: war; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: Mar 1, 1862

12. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862

13. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to Apr 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: June 30, 1862

14. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863; Dated June 30, 1863; Last paid by Maj. Ambler; To what time: Apr 30, 1863; Remarks: Appointed Ordnance Sgt in consolidated Regt (over)

15. (back of index page # 14) as per Gen Order No 11 May 24, 1863

16. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1863; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: May 24, 1863; Remarks: Appointed ord Sergt in consolidated (over)

17. (back of index page # 16) Regt May 24, 1863 as per Genl order No. 11

18. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1863; Remarks: Appointed ord Sergt in consolidated Regt May 24, 1863 (over)

19. (back of index page # 18) as per ord no 11. Paid on Roll of non-commissioned staff

20. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1863; Appointed Ordnance Sgt May 24, 1863 as (over)

21. (back of index page # 20) per order No. 11 and paid on rolls of Non C Staff

22. Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864; Remarks: Appointed Ord Sgt as per Order No. 11 and (over)

23. (back of index page # 22) paid on Rolls Non-Com Staff

24. Ord Sergt; Appears on Field and Staff Muster Roll for Dec. 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863 – Present: Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: 30 June 1863; Remarks: Appointed ord Sergt from Sergt 24 May 1863

25. Appears on Field and Staff Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1863 – Present: Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: 30 June, 1863

26. Appears on Field and Staff Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: 31 Aug, 1863

27. Appears on Field and Staff Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864 – Present; Last paid by Maj. Moores; To what time: 31 Decr, 1863

28. Appears on Field and Staff Muster Roll for Mch & Apr, 1864; Last paid by Maj. Moores; To what time: 31 Dec, 1863; Remarks: transferred by election as Jr. 2 Lt. Co. D 6 Tex

29. 2 Lieut; Appears on Company Muster Roll for March & April, 1864 – Present; Remarks: Promoted (vice J. F. Dale deceased) (over)

30. (back of index page # 29) from ordn Sergt ranking as 2 Lieut from March 9, 1864

31. Appears on a Roster of the 6th Regiment Texas Infantry, Granbury’s Brigade, Cleburne’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, Army of Tennessee; organized Sept., 1861; mustered into Confederate service, Sept. 27, 1861, to April 10, 1862, for 3 years or the war. Roster dated Sept. 1, 1864; Date of rank, and whether by appointment, election or promotion: Election, March 9, 1864; Remarks: Election returns and order putting this officer (over)

32 (back of index page # 31) on duty forwarded herewith

33. Appears on a Roster of the 6th Regiment Texas Infantry, Granbury’s Brigade, Cleburne’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, Army of Tennessee; organized Sept, 1861; mustered into Confederate service, Sept. 27, 1861, to April 10, 1962, for 3 years or the war; Roster not dated; Date of rank, and whether by appointment, election or promotion: E. 9 Mar, 1864

34.  Appears on a Roster of the 6th and 15th Regiments of Texas Volunteers (Consolidated); Granbury’s Brigade; Cleburne’s Division; Hardee’s Corps; Army of Tennessee; Roster dated Sept. 1, 1864

35. Appears on a Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863; Roll not dated

36. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill.

37. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan. 31, 1863; Roll not dated

38. Frank Holt, 6 & 15 Tex. Reg.; Appears on a Receipt Roll for clothing, for ___, 1864.; Date of issue Mar 9th, 1864; Signature J. F. Holt

39. Appears on a Receipt Roll for clothing for 3 Qr, 1863; Date of issue Aug. 15, 1863

40. Appears on a Receipt Roll for clothing, for 4 Qr. 1863; Date of issue Nov & Dec, 1863: Remarks: M. O. Donohue

41. Holt, Jno F., 2 Lt, Co. D 6 Reg’t Tex Inf, Inclosures: Pris. Of War Record 1

42. Holt, Jno. F. 2 Lieut D. 6 Reg Tex Inf

43. No. 1; I, the undersigned Prisoner of War, belonging to the Army of the Trans Mississippi Department having been surrendered by Gen. E. Kirby Smith C. S. A. Commanding said Deparment, to Maj. Gen. E. R. S. Canby, U. S. A., Commanding Army and Division of West Missisippi, do hereby give my solemn Parole of Honor, that I will not hereafter serve in the Armies of the Confederate States, or in any military capacity whatever, against the United States of America, or render aid to the enemies of the latter, until duly, exchanged, or otherwise released from the obligations of this Parole by the authorities of the Government of the United States.
Done at Matagorda, Texas this 24th day of July 1865; Jno. F. Holt; 2 Lt. Co. D 6th Tex Infty; The above named officer will not be disturbed by the United States authorities, as long as he observes his Parole, and the laws in force where he resides.

44. Return of Election; Jr. 2nd Lt. John F. Holt, Co. D, 6th Tex Infy; approved Rhoads Fisher, Capt. Comdg 6 & 15 Texas Regt.

45. Camp of the 6th & 15th Texas Regts, near Dalton, Ga, March 9th/64; In conformity with Special orders No. 11 dated Hd Qrs Granburys Brigade March 7th 1864 and Special orders No. 2 dated Hd Qrs 6 & 15 Tex Vols March 9th/64, An election was held in Company D 6th Texas Reg. Infy under my direction for one Jr. 2d Lieut and the following was the result. Ord sergt John F. Holt received 25 votes being the majority of the votes cast is therefore duly and fairly elected Jr. 2nd Lieut of Co. D 6th Tex Infy. P. E. Peareson 2nd Lt. Comdg Company D 6th Tex Inftry
 


 


WHEELER D. HUNT

1. Wheeler D. Hunt, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Pvt; Capt. E. A. Peareson’s Company, 6 Regiment Texas Infantry; Age 38 years; Company Muster-in Roll Oct. 4, 1861 at Camp Hy E. McCulloch; Joined for duty and enrolled Oct. 4, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Period: war; 85 miles to rendezvous

3. Company Muster Roll for Oct 4 to 31, 1861

4. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1861 – Present; Enrolled July 11, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Mustered into service Oct. 4, 186_ at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins

5. Company Muster roll for Jan & Feb, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

6. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

7. Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862; Remarks: Discharged May (over)

8. (back of index page # 7) 20, 1862 cause disability as per Special order D. H. quarters

9. Certificate of Disability For Discharge in the case of Wheeler D. Hunt a Private Co. D, Sixth Reg’t of Texas Infantry; Respectfully forwarded Jno. ___ ____ of ___ Sept. ____; T. S. Anderson Lt. Col Comg; Received (A. & I. G. Office) Sept. 21, 1862; Head Quarters Dept. of Texas, Houston May 15, 1862; Special Order No. 737; The Genl Comdg directs that Private Wheeler D. Hunt of Co. “D” 6th Regt. Texas Vol. Infantry be discharged from the service on account of disability; By order of Brig. Genl. P. O. Hebert ___

10. Army of the Confederate States., Certificate of Disability For Discharge.; Private Wheeler D. Hunt, of Captain E. A. Peareson’s Company (D) of the Sixth Regiment of Confederate States Army, was enlisted by 2nd Lieutenant J. H. Dinkins attached to the Sixth Regiment of Infantry, at Victoria Texas on the fourth day of October 1861, to serve for the war; he was born in Roxbury in the State of Connecticut, is thirty eight years of age, five feet, six inches high, dark complexion, dark eyes, brown hair, and by occupation when enlisted a laborer.  During the last two months said soldier has been unfit for duty sixty days.; resulting from a gangrenous wound received during the war with Mexico.; Station: Camp Henry McCulloch; Date: Third day of May 1862; E. A. Peareson Commanding Company.; I certify, that I have carefully examined the said Pvt. W. D. Hunt of Captain E. A. Peareson’s Company, and find him incapable of performing the duties of a soldier because of a ____ wound recd in the Mexica; J. H. Lyons, Surgeon; Discharged this 20th Day of May, 1862, at Camp Henry McCulloch; R. R. Garland, Col., C.S.A., Commanding the Post.
 


EDWARD JULIUS INGLEHART

1. Edward Englehart, Co. D, 6 Texas Infantry; Private-Private

2. Pvt; Capt. E. A. Peareson’s Company, 6 Regiment Texas Infantry; Age 18 years; Company Muster-in-Roll Oct. 4, 1861 at Camp Hy E. McCulloch; Joined for duty and enrolled Oct. 4, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson; Period: war; 85 miles to rendezvous

3. Company Muster Roll for Oct 4 to 31, 1861; Enrolled July 11, 196_ at Matagorda by Capt. Peareson; Mustered into service Oct. 4, 186_ at Victoria by Lt. J. H. Dinkins

4. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1861 - Present; Enrolled July 11, 1861 at Matagorda by Capt. E. A. Peareson

5. Company Muster roll for Jan & Feb, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

6. Company Muster Roll for Mar & Apr, 1862 – Present; Pay due from enlistment

7. Company Muster Roll for May & June, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. A. [U.] Wolfe Q. M.; To what time: Jan. 1, 1862

8. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Wolfe; To what time: Mar. 1, 1862

9. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1862 - Present; Enlisted Oct. 4, 1861 at Victoria Tex by Lt. Dinkins; Period: war; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: Mar 1, 1862

10. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1862 – Present; Last paid by Cap. U. Wolfe; To what time: July 1, 1862

11. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to Apr 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. U. Wolfe; To what time: June 30, 1862

12. Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1862 to June 30, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Maj. Ambler; To what time: Apr 30, 1863

13. Company Muster Roll for July & Aug, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. Moores; To what time: June 30, 1863

14. Company Muster Roll for Sept & Oct, 1863 – Present; Last paid by Capt. W. H. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863

15. Company Muster Roll for Nov & Dec, 1863 – Absent; Last paid by Cap. Moores; To what time: Aug. 31, 1863; Remarks: Wounded and in Hospl wounded Battle Missionary Ridge

16.  Company Muster Roll for Jan & Feb, 1864 – Present; Last paid by M. L. Wickham A. Q. M; To what time: Dec. 31, 1863

17. Company Muster Roll for March & April, 1864 – Present; Last paid by M. L. Wickham; To what time: Dec. 31, 1863

18. Appears on a Roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863

19. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Ill., Jan. 31, 1863; Roll not dated; Signature on roll E. J. Inglehart

20. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois; Roll not dated

22. Appears on a Register of Payments on Descriptive Lists; Period of service: From No. 1, 1863 To Dec. 31, 1863; When paid: Jan 26, 1864; By whom: W. S. Wickham; Amount $22.00 (Confed. Arch., Chap. 5, File No. 53, page 255)

23. E. J. Englehard; Appears on a Receipt Roll for clothing, for 3rd Qr, 1864; Date of issue Sept. 16, 1864; Signature X

24. No. 40 Special Requisition, No __ Abstract K 3d Qr., 1864; E. J. Englehard, Co. D 6 Texas; 16 Sept 1864

25. E. J. Englehard, Pvt, Co D 6 Texas; One each of ---------------- [item marked out]; I certify that the above Requisition is correct, and that the articles specified are absolutely requisite for the public service, rendered so by the following circumstances: [illegible]; Maj. J. G. Michailoffsky Quartermaster C. S. Army will issue the articles specified in the above Requisition; Maj. Gen. Wright? Commanding.; Received at Macon Ga the 16th of Sept 1864 of Maj. J. G. Michailoffsky Quartermaster C. S. Army, one jacket in full of above Requisition. E. J. Inglehard his x mark; Witness: B. B. _____; ____
 

 

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