All were confirmed at the Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System:
1. John Nichols.....29th Mississippi Infantry
2. James Henderson Highnote..............15th Texas Infantry
3. Napoleon Bonaparte "Bony" Highnote (the father of Rufus Highnote)...15th TX
4. Scott Davis...1st Lieutenant......2nd (Robison's) Tennessee Inf (Walker's
5. Blackston (Black) Donaho....13th Texas Volunteers
6. Alvin (A.S.) Donaho...........General & Staff.......Hospital Steward
7. Green Haynes..................6th Missouri Cavalry
8. William R. White... (CSA MARKER ON GRAVE)...19th Texas Cavalry
9. James Knox Polk Weaver...(CSA MARKER ON GRAVE)...35th TX Cav.
10. James Melvin Bryant..........15th Texas Infantry (Halbert's Reg)
11. James Harvey Ross...This is my gg grandfather. On the Navarro County
website he is listed as J.H. Ross Sr. and my g grandfather is listed as J.H.
Ross, Jr. However, this is not the case. J.H. Ross, Sr was actually James
Harvey Ross. J.H.Ross, Jr was actually James Hosea Ross. He was called Hosea
(on his death certificate) but I believe everyone called him "Hought"
(pronounced 'holt"). I know that James Harvey Ross fought in the Civil War and
was a POW, as he contracted TB which was the eventual cause of his death.
However, I have found conflicting information about his service. I have found
POW records on ancestry but it does not list his regiment. There are two James
H. Ross listed in the US Civil War Soldiers on ancestry and the CWSS...one
serving in the 13th Texas Volunteers, and another in the 15th Texas Infantry.
The Navarro County website lists him as the 4th Corp'l, Beat #7, 19th Brigade,
under a Capt. L.D. McConnico. So I am still trying to confirm exactly where he