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Name Information
Charles Dalton Oakwood Cemetery
Jul 5, 1825 - Dec 5, 1894
Served Company A. Louisiana Cavalry, Enlisted July 1863
Henry Gordon Damon Oakwood Cemetery
Feb
13, 1836 - ?
Company D, Second Florida Infantry, Garland's Brigade, Longstreet's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia

Historical Marker;

Headstone Photo & Misc Information & Excerpts from Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray, 1861-1865
John H. Daniel Hopewell Cemetery
Mar 5, 1832 - Feb 22, 1878
Beat #3, 19th Brigade, under Captain Marion Martin
Josiah Goodson “Squire” Daniel Jimmerson Cemetery
abt 1816  -  abt 1879
DanielBradley’s Company Confederate Army
John Martin Davidson Dawson Cemetery
[no dates]
Company B. 30 Mississippi Infantry C.S.A.
Pension #18202, his widow received Pension #37715
Robert Stuart Davidson Davidson Cemetery;
Enlisted at Corsicana, Navarro Co., TX.
Source: The Bonner Family History; Sue Bonner Thornton; The Texian Press; Waco, 1972. Submitted by Mike Bonner
W. Y. Davidson Eureka Cemetery
Apr 20, 1821 - Feb 2, 1920
Enlisted in 1862 in Captain Halbert's Company, Texas Troops. Later joined Company B., Col. Bass Regiment in Arkansas and Missouri
Benjamin Davis Dawson Cemetery
1831 - 1898
C.S.A. marker on grave
George W. Davis Dawson Cemetery
Oct 30, 1843 - Feb 16, 1932
Pension #47189
Scott Davis Cosgrove Cemetery
1831 - ?
1st Lt. Co. K., 2nd Tennessee Infantry, Enlisted May 1, 1861 at Castalion Spring in Tennessee, at age 30 years.
Wiley Davis Dawson Cemetery
Sep 19, 1845 - Nov 14, 1907
Enlisted in Hopkins County Beat #8, TX 9th Brigade, August 7, 1861
Britton Dawson Bur. family cemetery behind Dawson home
born Jul 15, 1817 - Sep 4, 1905
Enlisted Aug 1861 in Beat #5, Navarro Company TX 19th Brigade under Capt. R. H. Matthews
Biography
W. Henry Dawson Dawson Cemetery
Nov 20, 1844 - Aug 7, 1905
Enlisted June 1862 in Company F., Freestone Co. Tex, 19th Brigade.
John DeArmon Oakwood Cemetery
Sep 11, 1886
Served in Captain Martin's Company, Beat #3, Navarro County, 19th Brigade.
Pension #37327
C. W. Dearmore Oak Grove Cemetery
Dec 24, 1842 - Oct 3, 1922
Pension #?
Info from Janet Cook
James W. Denbow New Chatfield Cemetery
C.S.A.
John Ervin "Bull" Denton Liberty Hill Cemetery
Jun 23, 1844 - Jan 19, 1921
Company D 19th (Biffle's) Tennessee Cavalry.  Born in Maury County, TN. Died Navarro Co., TX
Information from Jana Trent Oct 7, 1999
John DeRusha Oakwood Cemetery
b. 1827 near Montreal, CANADA, d. Jan 7, 1906 in Corsicana
Enlisted Sept. 1861 in Company G., 9th Maryland Infantry, Union Army
See: Navarro County History, Volume 2, pg 244 (Morrison Montgomery Family Article)
Lewis L. DeWitt Dresden Cemetery
1835 - Apr 2, 1931
Alabama Co. D 32, Regt Ala Inf. C.S.A.
Pension #23031

Marker Photo | Obituary
James Shannon  Dill Dresden Cemetery
Jul 15, 1834 - May 1, 1906
CSA Captain
Fielding Yeager Doke Oakwood Cemetery
Jan 3 1835 - Dec 2, 1912
enlisted as pvt. in Splawn's Co, Brace's Battalion, fought at Shelbina and Lexington, MO and Pea Ridge. POW at Alton. After exchange was elected Capt. of Co F, 9th MO Inf.
Biography-Obituary
John Monroe Douglas Oakwood Cemetery - (no indication of CSA service on marker)
3rd Texas Cavalry CSA as Captain of Company C.
Major of the Quartermaster Department of the Trans-Mississippi Branch of the Confederate Army
*information supplied by James H. Douglas 10/97
Will Dee Drain Zion's Rest
I have a great-great-great-grand father, Will Dee Drain at Zion's Rest Cemetery, born 10 Aug 1850 died 27 Jul 1902. Served in Field's 1st TN Infantry, CSA  ...Dana Stubbs Jan 2002
John Wesley Driver Oakwood Cemetery
[no dates]
Co. I. 12 Texas Infantry C.S.A.
Pension #5244
George W. Dubose Eureka Cemetery
Feb 22, 1845 - Jun 12, 1928
Pension #26948
See also: Navarro Co. Leaves & Branches, Nov 1991 pg 25
Julius Augustus Dubose Modrell Cemetery
Apr 19, 1838 - Jul 2, 1924
Enlisted March 1, 1862 in Alabama Light Artillery under Capt. Clark and Commanded by Mc D. Oliver
Pension #9737; Photo of Cemetery Marker; Obituary
Richard Pruitt Dukeminier Rice Cemetery
Aug 26, 1845 - Feb 17, 1916
Private, Enlisted Mt. Hope, Alabama under Captain Sterling.
Pension #23394
A. M. Dunagan No burial place given
Dec 15, 1840 - Jun 19, 1914
Enlisted Aug 1861, in Captain J. L. Caldwell's reserve Company,  Freestone County, TX, Beat #1, 19th Brigade
Alexander Wade Duncan Hamilton-Beeman
1846 - 1943
Pension #30127
W. A. Duncan Hamilton-Beeman
1844 - Dec 19, 1921
Serv Co. I, 34th Tenn Inf
William Duncan Oakwood Cemetery
[no dates]
Corpl. Co. D 17th Tennessee Infantry, 1961 C.S.A.
Ewing Eric Dunn Oakwood Cemetery
Apr 15, 1835 - Nov 9, 1917
Enlisted 1861 in Moss's Company, Co. E, 13th Texas Infantry Regiment; Navarro Countains under Col. Bates;
Biography as Sheriff
James Dunn Cemetery on old Knox farm south of Eureka, Tex
Jul 22, 1821 - Jul 25, 1865
Widow Received Pension #50790
Alexander Duren Petty's Chapel Cemetery
Nov 12, 1843 - Mar 10, 1890
Served in 4th Regt., N. C. Infantry
John Wesley Duren Oakwood Cemetery
May 23, 1842 - Jul 25, 1925
2nd Lieutenant Co. I, 4th Texas Regiment in Captain Winkler's Navarro County Rifles; Wounded 3 times, buried in uniform.  see Navarro County History Vol 6 pg 133
Pension #19166; Biography & Headstone
John Luther Dycus Campbell-Elrod Cemetery
Oct 14, 1848 - Aug 26, 1898
CSA Co. A. 3rd (Forrest’s) Tennessee Calvary Captured at Harpeth, Shoals, Tenn.  May 28, 1863 appears on “Roll of Prisoners of war “ in Clarksville, Tenn.  Husband of Mary Ethell (Durham) Dycus son of Joshua Walter Dycus and Catherine Jane (Pickard) Dycus
Benjamin Franklin Dyer Grange Hall Cemetery
Jan 18, 1831 - Aug 10, 1905
Pension #3109

Cemetery Marker Photo & Biography
J. W. Dyer Oakwood Cemetery
C.S.A.
Charles Wesley Edgar Hopewell Cemetery
May 26, 1840 - Nov 12, 1921
Enl. as Pvt. Longstreet's Corps; Was seriously wounded. After recovery, re-enlisted and served the rest of the war.  Was in  Company K, 13th Mississippi Infantry
Pension #16165
Burwell Edmundson Rice Cemetery
Jan 27, 1842 - Jan 31, 1942
Cpl. Temmous Texas Inf. C.S.A.
Walked home after close of the war. Lived to be 100; Svd in battle of Vicksburg
Pension #47040 (See Joe Edmundson bio, Navarro Co. History Vol 2,pg 206)
100th Birthday & Obituary
John William Edmundson Rice Cemetery
Jul 9, 1845 - Dec 19, 1914
Enlisted 12/29/1862, 3rd Cpl, later 3rd Sgt. Co. A Volunteers, 17th Brigade under Capt. James W. Barnes
Cemetery Marker Photo
M. T. Edwards New Chatfield Cemetery
Feb 27, 1834 - Oct 9, 1908
Husband of Lucinda Edwards
C.S.A. marker on grave
George Washington Eliot Grape Creek Cemetery
Nov 12, 1830 - Jan 15, 1917
2nd Lt. Moss's Company, Co. E, 13th Texas Infantry Regiment; Navarro Countains under Capt. Melton, also service at Velasco 3 1/2 years
Obituary
James Madison Elkins Oakwood Cemetery
1815 - 1881
Widow's  Pension #16167
Joseph Archie Ellington Prairie Grove Cemetery, Emmett, Navarro Co., TX
Dec 3, 1846 - Apr 23, 1916
Pension #38350  & 31073
Biography
 
Benjamin Franklin Ellis Kerens City Cemetery
Oct 1, 1840 - Nov 14, 1923
Obituary
Phillip Jackson Ellis Dawson Cemetery
[no dates] [b. 3 Aug 1842 - d. 19 June 1910 per Navarro Co. History Vol 6 pg 187 ]
Company H, 5 Alabama Infantry C.S.A.
Link to: Bio, Cemetery Marker and Photo of Phillip Jackson
William Burleson Ellis Dawson Cemetery
Sep 9, 1840 - Apr 6, 1892
Enlisted April 22, 1861 at Tuscaloosa, AL, Company H, 5th Alabama Infantry
William Jefferson Ellison Company C. 24th Mississippi, Enlisted October 1861
He and his wife Bernetta had the first Post Office of Bazette in their home as well as a store. They donated some of their land for a school and a church south of their store. William was in the Civil War. He and his brother, John, (my family line) served in the same Company.  Also, W.W. Jennings (also my family line) who is buried in Prairie Point Cemetery served with William Ellison.  Info from Jane Kottman
John Henry Emmert Rice Cemetery
Nov 10, 1845 - Nov 10, 1892
Served Army of Tennessee last year of the war
Marker Photo [full]Marker Photo [close]
John James English Frost Cemetery
Jun 20, 1846 - Oct 18, 1907
Company .E, 1st Battalion, Ham's Regiment, Mississippi State Cavalry
Wife, Jannin K.  Received Pension #29537. She born June 20, 1847 & died in June 8, 1919
John Thomas Erwin, Sr. Wadeville Cemetery
Jul 19, 1831 - Jul 20, 1876
Enlisted August 1861 in Beat #13, 19th Texas Brigade in Ellis County in Captain John Smith's Company; also
McKie's Company
Company F, Morgan's Texas Cavalry
James F. Estes Oakwood Cemetery
Sep 24, 1849 - Dec 25, 1919
Co., H. 9th Ala. Cav. Was at the fall of Selma, AL under Forrest.
Marker Photo at Oakwood Cemetery
William G. Etter Dawson Cemetery
Aug 28, 1841 - Aug 28, 1914
Capt. Warren's Co., Tenn. Regt.
G. W. Evans Richland Cemetery
Aug 5, 1840 - Oct 26, 1904
Enlisted June 17, 1861 private in Capt Quales Company, 28th TX Brigade, Tarrant Co., TX
William Jefferson Evans Younger Cemetery
May 1830 - Jul 29, 1916
Capt. Served in Co. B, 1st Regt, TX, Artillery
Marker Photo ; Military Marker Photo
Jospeh M. "Joe" Ewing White Church Cemetery
1843 - 1912
48th Alabama Infantry; enlisted in Cherokee Co., AL, also known as the Cherokee Grays. After the war (1866) he married Jane Bolt in Rome, GA (Floyd County) which is just across the border from Cherokee Co AL. He was born ca 1843 to 1845, Cobb Co Georgia.  Son of Green Berry Ewing and Rhoda Martin
Cemetery Marker Photo
Information from Tim Campbell
George Lewis "Doc" Fagala Dresden Cemetery
Aug 22, 1838 - Sep 23, 1898
Civil War till Apr 9, 1865
Marker Photo
Furman Wheeler Fanning Oakwood Cemetery
1844 - 1892
Widows Application for Pension
John J. Farmer, Rev. Raleigh Cemetery
Enlisted August 1861, Reserve Company, Navarro Co. Capt. B. F. Carroll commanding, 19th Brigade
Peter Elberry Farmer, Rev. White Church Cemetery
Nov 22, 1822- Jan 24, 1917
Enlisted August, 1961, Reserve Company, Navarro County, Captain B. F. Carroll commanding 19th Brigade, Texas Militia.  Moss' Company E, 13th Texas Infantry;
Biography, Marker Photo & Obituary
John Faulk Post Oak Cemetery
Apr 3, 1842 - Mar 3, 1922
Born in Alabama, served in Co D, 17 Texas Cav. and Co. , 17 TX consolidated
Pension #36220
D. F. Fields Dresden Cemetery
Sep 1, 1841 - Aug 31, 1911
[Widow received Pension# _____]
Photo of Cemetery Marker
Matthew Scruggs Finch Old Chatfield Cemetery
1841 - 1895
C.S.A. marker on grave
Osa F. Finley Prairie Point Cemetery
Feb 7, 1845 - Nov 27, 1935
Pension #27748
Alfred McElroy Fitzgerald Rice Cemetery
Sep 28, 1839 - Nov 12, 1868
Enlisted 2nd Mississippi Infantry CSA in Alcorn County, MS
Captured in Feb 1862: CSA surrender at Battle of Fort Donelson, Arkansas to Union forces under Ulysses S. Grant
Forced march to Camp Douglas, Chicago, IL
Exchanged for Union POWs
Returned to Mississippi, captured again by Union as a CSA deserter
Signed loyalty oath to Union and employed as Union Scout
Biographical Information by Marilyn (Fitzgerald) Marme
Researched by Dana Stubbs and Alice Bell
Jesse Thomas Schuyler  Fitzgerald White Church Cemetery
Dec 8, 1835 - Mar 27, 1910
Company A., 11th Missouri Regiment from 1862 to close of war; Wife, Mary Elizabeth, Received Pension #50814
Find-A-Grave | Biography & Marker Photo
N. M. Fitzgerald Rice Cemetery
Sep 23, 1847 - Jan 9, 1925
Served 18 mos. Lee's Army, was in Battle of Murfreesboro and many others
Biography
Elias Flannigan Oakwood Cemetery
Nov 12, 1844 - Nov 14, 1927
Pension #42990
Hatton Kemper Fleetwood Oakwood Cemetery
1839 - 1915
Pension #25075

Link to: Fleetwood Family Cemetery
John Ambrose "Jack" Flowers Grange Hall Cemetery
Jan 6, 1841 - Jul 2, 1911
Co. C. 1st KY INF USA
Cemetery Marker & Biography
Info from Dana Stubbs
John Tucker Floyd Long Prairie Cemetery
Jan 27, 1844 in VA - Aug 25, 1898 in Navarro Co. TX
Co A, 17th VA Inf; Promoted to Col. of his regiment, Was captured at Gettysburg
Josephine (nee Clements) Received Pension #27776
See also Navarro County Leaves & Branches Vol XXII, Issue IV for family history
Hardy Eugene Fluker Oakwood Cemetery
Aug 24, 1840 - Aug 25, 1930
Co. B 43rd regiment of the Alabama Infantry
h/o Cornelia (McCammon) Fluker (Oct 1, 1846 - Jul 11, 1928); s/o William Fluker & Margaret (McCammon) Fluker.
Navarro County History, Vol 2, pg 207
Obituary
Gabriel F. Followell Oakwood Cemetery
Nov 22, 1842 - Nov 20, 1930
Company C., Texas Infantry C.S.A.
Pension #36083; He states on his pension application "I was transferred to the Cav. for protection of the frontier."
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV;
Obituary
Researched by Dana Stubbs and Alice Bell
J. F. Followell Oakwood Cemetery
[no dates given]
Company C., Texas Infantry, C.S.A. marker
James Thomas Fortson Old Chatfield Cemetery
Sep 27, 1840 - Jan 4, 1892
Company E., Parson's Brigade. Wounded three times; C.S.A.
[see also Navarro County History, vol 2, pg 117)
Link to Family Website for James Thomas Fortson
John Titus Fortson Old Chatfield Cemetery
[no dates]; Never Married
Co E, Parson's Brigade
See Navarro Leaves & Branches-Feb 2002 pg 12
William Jefferson Foster Oakwood Cemetery
Jan 22, 1838 - Aug 23, 1913
Company H, Tennessee Infantry CSA
Clinton Fouty Hopewell Cemetery
Aug 19, 1829 - Jul 28, 1903
Capt. Company G, 19th Texas Artillery, was wounded. Died of T B; C.S.A.
Obituary
| Regiment | Fouty Family
Jonathan Fowler Oakwood Cemetery
Jun 13, 1837 in Illinois - Nov 3, 1917 in Corsicana, Navarro Co TX
Served Capt. Fouty’s Co E 15 TX Inf, CSA from Navarro Co TX;

Obituary
Hiram G. Franklin Ward Cemetery
Jan 5, 1822 - Mar 7, 1898
Enlisted Feb 10, 1846, age 41, under Captain Lucky, Upton, and Munroe; Parker County, 1st Frontier
James Mann Frazier Post Oak Cemetery
Mar 13, 1844 - Jun 22, 1916
His Widow, Sara, Received Pension #46951
John Hineyard Frederick Dresden Cemetery
Jun 13, 1820 - Jan 10, 1883
Served Arkansas Infantry.
Cemetery Marker Photo
my 4th great grandfather,  ... Danna Subbs Feb 2002
Benjamin Franklin Freeman Oakwood Cemetery
Born ? - Dec 23, 1883
His Widow, Carrie Freeman, Received Pension #13883
Edward David Freeman Dresden Cemetery
1844 - March 1924
Company D. 41 Mississippi Infantry CSA
Obituary
His Widow, Annie, Received Pension #41360;
Obituary states he is buried at Younger Cemetery  but he has a marker at Dresden Cemetery
James O. French Dresden Cemetery
Dec 3, 1840 - Nov 28, 1903
Enlisted Aug 1861, under Capt. R. H. Matthews. Active mounted rifleman in Beat #5, 9th Texas Brigade
His Widow Received Pension #18207;
Cemetery Marker Photo
Joseph C. French Private French Family Cem. at Navarro Mills
May 18, 1826 - Feb 8, 1900
Served under Capt. B. F. Carroll, Reserve Company, Beat #6, Navarro County, TX, 19th Texas Brigade. Enlisted Aug 1861
Lafford Berry (Dick) French Old Raleigh Cemetery
Nov 20, 1827 - Mar 2, 1917
Enlisted as a private from Navarro County, Texas Troops Hood's Brigade, 19 Brigade Texas Militia CSA

Biography as Sheriff
Cemetery Marker Photo

Moses T. French Dresden Cemetery
May 9, 1819 - Jun 24, 1897
Captain of Reserves, Beat #5,  Navarro County 19th Brigade, TX Troops
Moses Wesley French Brushy Prairie Cemetery
Dec 26, 1846 - Aug 10, 1920
Born in Marshal Co. AL
Entered service in 1861 in Blount County Alabama. Served 4 years,

Moses served in the cavalry of the 9th Alabama with Captain John McKinzie under Nathan Bedford Forest   TX drew a pension from his service, from May 1, 1931 until her death on November 8 1961, pension file # 49542 [additional information from Peggy Loar 10/1998]

William C. French Navarro Mills Cemetery
Aug 24, 1821 - Sep 2, 1897
3rd Sgt. under Capt. Samuel Wright's 19th Regiment Texas Troops. Col. N. M. Bufford, C.O. Enlisted April 2, 1862 at Dresden, Navarro County, TX.   He was 5' 11" tall, had black eyes, black hair, and light complexion.  He was a farmer.  he was discharged on Aug 11, 1862 on a surgeon's certificate
Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry 
William Doss French Brushy Prairie Cemetery
Mar 15, 1832 - Jul 17, 1923
Served Reserve Company, Beat #6, Navarro County's 19th Brigade, Texas Militia under Capt. B. F. Carroll. Enlisted August 1861
Biography; Obituary
Samuel Rogers Frost Oakwood Cemetery
He enlisted May 1, 1864 at Alexandria, Louisiana.  He was age 18, 5' 8" tall, had a fair complexion, gray eyes and black hair.  He was a farmer, born in Texas on 3/1/1846 and died in 1908.  He served in Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry  from 1863 to 1865. Served as County Judge April 19, 1876 - Dec. 31, 1878.  
Biography; Historical Marker at Oakwood Cemetery
Elijah G. Fuller Younger Cemetery
Jul 16, 1833 - Oct 28, 1869
1862 Halbert’s Company County E. 15th Texas Regiment
Henry Fullerton Dawson Cemetery
Jul 30, 1841 - May 26, 1887
Widow, Sue, Received Pension #47065. She died in 1936.
Navarro County History, Volume 6, pg 244
Ephram Witteberry Fulton Dresden Cemetery
Jul 27, 1845 - Dec 24, 1912
Pension # 6884

Obituary; Husband of Ida Luella (Bucher) Fulton - (1853-1924)

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