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Known Civil War Veterans
Buried in Navarro County, Texas


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Name Information
Levi Franklin "Frank" Gable Dawson Cemetery
Jul 29, 1847 - Apr 3, 1927
7th Alabama Cavalry in Moreland Regiment under General Forrest
Dr. Edmond Gailliard Oakwood Cemetery
Jun 4, 1818 - Jun 22, 1894
Enlisted in Alabama Regt. and served as surgeon in the medical corps for four years
Andrew Jackson Gaines New Chatfield Cemetery
Nov 25, 1839 - Apr 6, 1924
Co B, 22 GA Inf,
Pension #9736, CSA Marker
T. L. Gaines New Chatfield Cemetery
Jul 8, 1832 - Apr 10, 1907
Husband of L. L. Gaines
[CSA Marker]
John Millen Galloway Oakwood Cemetery
1847 - 1917
Co G, Orr's Rifles, SC Volunteers; Surrendered with Lee, Died in Corsicana. TX
Pension # 34073; Obituary
Walter H. Gardner Dawson Cemetery
Apr 10, 1845 - Feb 25, 1904
Enlisted Freestone Co., TX
Pension #6502
J. Nicholas Garitty Catholic Cemetery, Corsicana
Aug 15, 1846 - Feb 17, 1901
Captain Garitty Rifles of Navarro Co., TX
James Garitty, Capt. Oakwood Cemetery
Apr 3, 1842 - Mar 11, 1925
Co. E, Fifth Louisiana Regiment
BiographyFirst National Bank of Corsicana
Doc Frank Garlington Grange Hall Cemetery
1835 - 1886
Co. H, 17th LA Inf. CSA
Cemetery Marker & Biography
Info from Dana Stubbs
Henry C.[Clay] Garner Dawson Cemetery
Jun 21, 1843 - Sep 7, 1902
Capt. Bishop's Co. Mounted Tex. Troops
[m. 1865 Nav. Co. Sarah Jane Fullerton]
Joel Pinson Garner Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
Apr 5, 1823 - Mar 19, 1906
Enlisted August 1861 in Captain Elijah Bishop's Reserve Company Navarro County 19th Brigade;
William Ceberry Garner
New Chatfield Cemetery
Aug 16, 1845 - Mar 23, 1912
Husband of Ellen Rebecca (Loop) Garner married Dec 12, 1872
J. M. Garrison Rice Cemetery
1831 - 1860
Tennessee Troops
Patrick "Pat" Garvin Catholic Cemetery Corsicana
Mar 2, 1842 - Mar 17, 1929
Company E, 2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery
Hilliard Churchill Gatlin New Chatfield Cemetery
Aug 8, 1838 - Sep 22, 1908 (marker shows 1839-1910)
Received Pension #23167 for wife Mary who d. 1921
S. B. Gault Oakwood Cemetery
no dates
Daughters of the Confederacy Lot
Robert Dewilder George Sr Rose Hill Cemetery
Nov 21, 1841 - Jun 6, 1927
John Neily Gibson Sr. Rice Cemetery
Nov 08, 1841- Mar 20, 1900
Husband of Susan “Susie” (Moore) Gibson
Charnic Thorp Gilbert Cade Cemetery
Mar 6, 1846 - Jul 24, 1916
Company C., 28th Louisiana Inf under Col. Gray
Drury Jay Gilbert Cade Cemetery
Dec 11, 1842 - Sep 17, 1913
Company C., 28th Louisiana Inf - color bearer of regiment from 1862 - 1865
John S. Gilbert Cade Cemetery
May 25, 1834 - Mar 19, 1895
Company A. Louisiana 6th Reserve Volunteer
[Navarro Leaves & Branches XV - III]
A. S. Gill Dresden Cemetery
Feb 12, 1835 - Jan 4, 1910
Company G, 18th TX Inf under Colonel Ochletree
William Calvin Gillen Grange Hall Cemetery
1824 - 1905
GILLEN, William Calvin - served in the Second Miss. Partisan Rangers, Co. E. He was a Sgt. He moved to Tippah (or Union) Co. in 1848 from Jefferson Co., Al. He married Mahalia Rowe (whose 3 brothers serving from Pontotoc Co. were killed in the Civil War!) on Aug. 28, 1848. W.C. was born May 17, 1824 and Mahalia on April 28, 1827. They had nine children who were raised in this county. Mahalia died July 7, 1899. She is buried in Cornerstone Cemetery. W. C. then went to Navarro Co., Tx. to live with four of his children that had moved to Texas. He died March 13, 1905 and is buried in Grange Hall Cemetery, Navarro Co., Texas
Cemetery Marker Photo & Biography

Note: this was originally posted as William Carmichael Gillen but apparently was corrected by the original submitter who has proof that "Calvin" is the correct middle name.  ...elw

William Steel Gillespie Oakwood Cemetery
Jul 25, 1823 - Aug 22, 1914
Served MS Inf. and he died 22 Aug 1914
Pension #8423
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
James Jackson Gilmore Oakwood Cemetery
Jan 7, 1845 - Jan 11, 1921
Sec W: Row 5;
Pension #22680
Robert Sanders Glasgow Prairie Point Cemetery
Sep 15, 1843  - Sep 22, 1932
Pvt. 7 Miss Cac CSA.
Widow, Sara, Drew Pension #50951

Photo of Marker
John T. Godley Oakwood Cemetery
Mar 28, 1843 - Jan 29, 1920  (or
Jan. 1930)
Co B, 2 LA, was wounded in foot at Wilderness
Biography & Obituary
Pension #8036
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
Benjamin L. Goodman Dresden Cemetery
Aug 7, 1836 - Jul 23, 1899
Enlisted July 1861 in Capt. John Blair's Company. Beat #1, 11th Texas Brigade
Cemetery Marker Photo
R. P. Goodman Oakwood Cemetery
1844 - 1927
18th Virginia Infantry under Col. Pickett, was in the Battle of Bull Run, Petersburg, & others
John Hezekiah Gordon Campbell-Elrod Cemetery
Jun 25, 1845 - Aug 8, 1891
Member of Gen. A. H. Colquitt's Brigade (Georgia)
William Joshua Gordon, Sr. Oakwood Cemetery
Jun 3, 1824 - Apr 17, 1908
Captain of Company G, 41st Mississippi Regiment, was in battle of Shiloh, Vicksburg, Atlantic, and others
Richard Gowan White Church Cemetery
Mar 6, 1813 - Dec 21, 1890
Co H., 1st Battalion Infantry Mississippi Troops
Marker Photo Close; Marker Photo Full
Ebenezer Jahue Gowen New Chatfield Cemetery
1831 - 1903
C.S.A. marker on grave
27th Regiment Mississippi Infantry, Co. G-D.  Captured at Vicksburg on Jul 4, 1863
James Gowen, Dr. Oakwood Cemetery
Jan 26, 1826 - Jan 6, 1888
Texas Asst. Surgeon Company H., 16th S.C. Regiment under Col. Posey
Richard Gowan White Church Cemetery
Mar 6, 1813 - Dec 21, 1890
Co H., 1st Battalion Infantry Mississippi Troops
Reuben Jasper Grady, Rev Oakwood Cemetery
Jun 2, 1838 - Feb 26, 1915
Widow Received Pension #30809; h/o Nancy Lula (Glass) Grady married Jan. 10, 1861
Edward J. Graham Old Chatfield Cemetery
no date
Company E., Texas Cavalry, Parson's Brigade
C.S.A. marker on grave
James Austin Graham Liberty Hill Cemetery
May 4, 1835 - Sep 16, 1907
Capt. Peel's Co. Bradford's Cavalry Regt
Wyatt Jefferson Grant Dresden Cemetery
Feb 12, 1833 - May 7, 1879
31st Company Texas Cavalry (Dismounted), Hawpe's Regiment
Charles H. Graves Oakwood Cemetery
2 Lieut. Mann's Texas Cav. C.S.A.
John Gray Prairie Point Cemetery
Aug 4, 1845  -  Jul 29, 1927
Co K  34th Reg  Tex Cav C.S.A;
Cemetery Marker Photo
Richard Macon Green, Dr. Oakwood Cemetery
Jul 25, 1833 - Jun 18, 1903
Physician in Arkansas Militia
W. H. Green New Chatfield Cemetery
1839 - 1903
C.S.A. marker on grave
Robert Calvert Greenlee Eureka Cemetery
Nov 3, 1839 - Jul 14, 1895
Company A., 36th Alabama Infantry under Col. Smith
Widow's Pension #46905
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV; middle name submitted by g-g-granddau Elizabeth Graham Chatterjee 9/25/1999 || Biography
Alonzo Greer Frost Cemetery (Greer Plot)
Dec 7, 1841 - Jan 7, 1903
Alonzo Greer enlisted in Co. G, 1st Miss. Cav. in Macon, MS, on March 11, 1861.  This company was call the Noxubee Troopers.  His name appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War of Co. G, 1st Miss Regiment Vol. Cavalry, Confederate States Army, commanded by Col. R. A. Pinson, surrendered at Citronelle, Ala., by Lieut. Gen. R. Taylor, C. S. A., May 4, 1865, and paroled at Columbus, Miss. May 16, 1865.    Alonzo and John B. Greer were brothers of Patrick H. Greer who is buried in the Zollicoffer Family Cemetery) just west of Irene, Hill Co., TX. 
Submitted by Strain H. Armstrong, Orange, TX      added 6/11/2001
John B. Greer Frost Cemetery (Greer Plot)
Sep 6, 1836 - Oct 5, 1910
Company K, 41 Mississippi Regt from 1861 to the close of the war Received a gunshot wound in the left arm. Received pension #7061 from Hill County, TX
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV - added 4/9/1999
John H. Griffin Old Raleigh Cemetery
Jun 29, 1842 - Mar 21, 1874
Enlisted August 1861 in Captain B. F. Carroll's Company Beat #6, Navarro County, TX, 19th Brigade
Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry Private, age 19 or 22.  He enlisted initially May 12, 1862 at Dresden, but was discharged on Dec. 19, 1862.  He re-enlisted Jan 1, 1864 at Spring Hill.  He was 5' 8" tall, fair complexion, had blue eyes, and brown hair.  He was a farmer and was born in North Carolina. 
Thomas A. Griffin Dresden Cemetery
Feb 15, 1838 - Aug 3, 1904
Enlisted at Dresden 1862 in Captain Samuel Wright's Company, 19th Brigade, Navarro County, TX

Private, age 24.  He was 6' 1" tall, had blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion and was a farmer.  He was born in North Carolina. Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry;
Cemetery Marker Photo

William Griffin Dresden Cemetery
Jan 5, 1824 - Nov 7, 1899
Reserve Company, Henderson County, TX under Capt. Pate
Dr. John Gulick Oakwood Cemetery
Feb 6, 1829 - Jul 25, 1898
TX Brigade Surgeon General Forrest
James Newton Guliett Union High Cem., formerly called Board Tree Cemetery
Feb 2, 1842 - Nov 27, 1906
Pivate Company B. Missouri Cavalry in Union Army
J. B. / or J.M. Gunn Jones Private Cem. 2 mi. S.E. Eureka, Tex.
died Feb 21, 1927
Ruben T. Gunn David White Cemetery
Co. K. 2 Miss. Cav C.S.A.
John Rankin Guynes Old Chatfield Cemetery
Nov 28, 1838 - Aug 30, 1898
James Hambleton Marquis Haden Dresden Cemetery
Dec 6, 1822 - Jan 11, 1890
Col. Mo. Regt. C.S.A. [m. Pricilla Frances (January) Haden]
Obituary and Headstone Photos
J. H. Hayen Dresden Cemetery
died Jan 1890
Francis H. "Frank" Hagle Dresden Cemetery
1834 (Germany) - Feb 4, 1914
Captain Winkler's Company I, 4th Tex Regt, Navarro County Rifles in Hood's Brigade.  May be same as Frank Haggle in Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry
Headstone Photo 1; Headstone Photo 2;
Joseph Hagle Brushy Creek Cemetery
1826 - 1914.
Served Hood's brigade under Capt. Winkler's 4th Tex Regiment, Hood's Brigade
Henry Hagler Family Farm, Eureka, Navarro Co., TX
b. abt 1845 in GA d. Navarro Co.
See Navarro County History, John Curtis Hagler Family, pg 420
Jonas J. Hale Birdston Cemetery
Jan 9, 1841* - Jan 1, 1926 *Nav Co. History Vol II has birth year as 1840.

J. J. Hale was an original member of Co K, 1 TX Inf. (The Texas Invincibles) that was organized in San Augustine Co. TX and mustered into service for the war at Griffin's Spring near Richmond, VA. He enlisted at age 21, "On Police Duty" spring of 1862; he was hospitalized at Farmville, VA spring of 1863.

See biography in Navarro Co. History, Vol 2, pg 420; Biography & Obituary and Navarro Co. Scroll, Vol. XXI - 1976 "Sheriffs of Navarro County"

Joshua L. Halbert Oakwood Cemetery
Jan 23, 1833 - Jul 19, 1874
Enlisted March 24, 1862, Captain Halbert's Company Company E, 15th Texas Infantry Regiment Navarro Countains, under Col. J. E. Harrison [m. Nav. Co. 1860 Frances "Fannie" Jones]
See biography in Navarro Co. History Vol 2, pg 420
Aralza Hall Oakwood Cemetery
1847 - Dec 6, 1914
Pension #13642

James Daniel Hamilton Oakwood Cemetery
Apr 21, 1844 - Feb 15, 1929
Company H, Navarro County Rifles of 20th TX Cavalry
Marker Photo
Samuel Hamilton Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
Sep 20, 1820 - Nov 8, 1900
Service: 1861 Captain Bishop's Reserve Company, Beat #1, Navarro County 19th Brigade, TX Militia
William Columbus Hamilton Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
1847 - 1863
[no marker on grave]
[m. Elizabeth J. Story]
Private Company D TX State Troops
William Isiah Hammett Oakgrove Cemetery
May 18, 1850 - Nov 21, 1940
Pension #50313
Henry Clay Hanson Campbell-Elrod Cemetery
Mar 7, 1847 - Mar 29, 1932
Company D, Dockery's Cavalry Brigade from Michigan in Union Army. Shot 4 times. Pension #22301;
Cemetery Marker Photo || Obituary
Lucian Harden Ward Cemetery
[no dates]
[Widow Sarah Harden drew Widow's Pension #49069]
William Presley Hardin Ward Cemetery
Aug 30, 1839 - Oct 12, 1895
William M. Hardy Richland Cemetery
1831 - 1890  (or 1895)
Pvt. Co.E.. 12th. Ala. Inf.
Info from Jimma Traweek
Jefferson E. Harlan Eureka Cemetery
Nov 1, 1847 - Dec 25, 1918
Enlisted December 22, 1862
Company H. Illinois 65th Infantry of the Union Army
Robert Baldwin Harle Oakwood Cemetery
Feb 13, 1838 - Mar 18, 1911
Pension #18206
B. Frank Harper Dresden Cemetery
Jul 2, 1820 - Feb 29, 1884
Captain Winkler's Company, I, 4th Texas Regiment. Joined Hood's Brigade. C.S.A. marker on grave.
John Marion Harper Chatfield Cemetery
Jun 15, 1840 - Mar 2, 1930
Company G, 12th Alabama Regiment - 12th Cavalry in the State of Alabama
Biography, Photo, & Cemetery marker
James L. Harris Dresden Cemetery
Jun 1, 1843 - Jan 4, 1925
Enlisted at Port Gibson, Mississippi, March 27, 1861 in Company C, 10th Regiment Mississippi Volunteers under Captain James O. Childress, who was promoted to Lt.Col.
Cemetery Marker Photo
W. T. Harris Cemetery in Corsicana per McKie's Diary, as a war casulty. Private in Captain Wilson Company, Locke's Regiment of Cavalry.
Born ? - 11/14/1861
William (Bill) Harris Old Chatfield Cemetery
C.S.A. marker on grave; Obituary
John H. Harrison Dresden Cemetery
Aug 20, 1830 - 1897
Enlisted in 35th Mississippi Regiment, Sears's Brigade,
French's Division  in 1861. Elected Lt. and promoted to Captain. Was in the battle of Vicksburg.
Thomas. A. Harrison Bazette Cemetery
Aug 8, 1845  - May 18, 1909
Company I. 1st GA Regt. C.S.A.
Obituary; Photo of Marker; New Marker
William Franklin Havard Hopewell Cemetery
Jul 2, 1846 - Jul 11, 1920
Service: at age 17, enlisted in Company I, Regiment 10 Florida. Was in battle of Cold Harbor and Wilderness.
Cemetery Marker Photo
Bluford Haynes Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
Jan 19, 1840 - Apr 20, 1912
Private in Hood's Brigade.
Thomas J. Haynes Oakwood Cemetery 
Jul 22, 1824 - Sep 25, 1877

Biography as Judge;
Biography as Mayor of Corsicana;
Mini Biography

Warren Ney Haynes Frost Cemetery
Warren Ney Haynes, b. 7 April, 1833 in N.C. d. 5 Feb. 1905, Navarro County, TX. Enlisted 10 March 1862 in Anderson county. Served 'till the close of the war in Company "H" of Hood's First Texas under Captain W. H. Gaston and Colonel Wigfall then Colonel A. T. Rainey. His widow, Caroline Hollingsworth Haynes, (sister of Nathan also of Hood's First Texas, daughter of Barnett Glenn Hollingsworth) b. 6 May 1842 received a pension from March 1, 1915 'til her death on 26 January, 1937 under pension file # 30325. W. N. and Caroline Haynes are both buried in Frost cemetery in Navarro county. [Information from Peggy Loar  11/1998]
John Burrow Haynie Rice Cemetery
May 3, 1841 - Feb 28, 1917
Enlisted December 29, 1862 at Red River station for duration. Stationed at Velasco and Galveston 1862, was 4th Corporal in Company D. Frontier Regiment under Col. J. E. McCord. Also served under Captain Melton and Col. Bates with Texas Troops
William D. Haynie Rice Cemetery
Apr 29, 1837 - Oct 14, 1906
Served as a Captain of Volunteers Moss's Company, Co. E, 13th Texas Infantry Regiment; Navarro Countains, later in Commissary department Texas and Louisiana. 1861 - 1865
John G. Hays Petty's Chapel Cemetery
Jun 22, 1842 - Apr 24, 1910
In Battle of Mansfield
William Henry Hays David White Cemetery
May 4, 1846 - Mar 10, 1915
Received Pension #
Information from Larry Emerson 9/2001
James Monroe Head Oakwood Cemetery
1823 - 1899
Provost duties in AL
William Hopwood Hellums New Pursley Cemetery
Feb 10, 1848 - Oct 5, 1917
Pension #30850; Widow Sallie Drew Pension #38869
George Alfred Helm Oakwood Cemetery
George W. Henderson Petty's Chapel Cemetery
1831 - May 10, 1920
Company I. 4th TX Infantry, Hood's Brigade C.S.A.
W. H. Henderson Richland Cemetery
[no dates]
Private in Company A. 12th Texas Cavalry, C.S.A. marker
Info from Jimma Traweek
Charles Wesley Herod New Pursley Cemetery
Oct 4, 1839 - Nov 23, 1915
Enlisted August 20, 1861, under Captain L. J. Farrer's Limestone County Volunteers, 4th TX Cavalry in Col. Parson's Brigade. Enlisted at Springfield TX
John W. Herring Dawson Cemetery
Jun 6, 1845 - Feb 2, 1886
Pension #10715
Albert Gallatin Hervey Old Chatfield Cemetery
22, 1828 - May 13, 1904
Capt. in Parson's Brigade, C.S.A. marker
McKie's Company Company F, Morgan's Texas Cavalry
Widow Received Pension #26798

David C. Hicks Oakwood Cemetery
Nov 11, 1834 - Sep 21, 1869
Enlisted May 15, 1861 at Kaufman, TX, under Captain Zack Whortan
William J. Hicks White Church Cemetery
[no dates given]
Company H. 7th Tennessee mounted troops
Cemetery Marker Photo
William R. Hicks Cemetery UNKNOWN
1837 - 1918
Pension #19765
Robert Alford High Dresden Cemetery
born ? - Sep 27, 1920
Headstone shows 1840 - 1919
Pension #35997
Wife, Mary Ella, Received Pension #37641

Cemetery Marker Photo
James H. Highnote Cosgrove Cemetery
Nov 2, 1829 - Jun 11, 1893
Enlisted in Company E. of J. L. Halbert's 15th Texas Volunteers of Infantry
Charnell Berrian Hightower McCord Cemetery
Nov 3, 1841 - Mar 24, 1917
Served in Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry, 1861 - 1865, Private.  Enlisted May 12, 1862 at Dresden at the age of 21..  He was 5' 10" tall, had a dark complexion, black eyes, and black hair.  He was a farmer.  Was stationed in Arkansas and Missouri
Raleigh Hightower Frost Cemetery
Dec 11, 1830 Chickasaw Co., MS - Apr 17, 1920 Frost, Navarro Co. TX

Raleigh was sometimes called "Rolly" or "Roll". He was the son of Charnell Hightower and Elon Watts. He married Aletha Jane Thompson Dec 18, 1850 in Chickasaw Co., MS. Jane's father gave them a pair of mules and a wagon to start their life on the frontier. They had nine children. Raleigh was buried in his Confederate Army uniform. Aletha Jane is also buried at Frost Cemetery.


Thomas Preston Hightower Frost Cemetery
Dec 3, 1817 - Jul 25, 1896

Eldest son of Charnell Hightower, Sr. and Elon Watts. Veteran of the Mexican War in TX and the Civil War. Thomas fathered 19 children with four wives.


John Henry Hiler Dresden Cemetery
Assumed buried here:  John H. Hiler 1827-1893 Civil War 1st wife Elizabeth Jane (Hiler) Hiler married Sep. 2, 1848 died Lee Co. Mississippi  2nd wife Melissa Jane (Thomason) Hiler married Apr. 21, 1876  buried at Lone Oak Cemetery
Larkin Hill Dawson Cemetery
Feb 26, 1839 - Feb 23, 1918
Enlisted in 1861 in Company K, 6th AL Regiment. Sent to Virginia. Served under Stonewall Jackson. Was later at Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg. 
Pension 28507; Obituary; Biography
James Hodge Old Chatfield Cemetery
1834 - 1907
Has C.S.A. marker on grave
James Valpear Hodges White Church Cemetery
Feb 8, 1845 - Feb 8, 1915
Served as a Major 1861-1865 in Captain Wier's Company, Mississippi Volunteers, 14th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry
John Bridges Hogg Oakwood Cemetery
Aug 22, 1844 - Jan 19, 1918
Company K, 9th Arkansas Infantry C.S.A.
Pension #25487; Obituary
Pleasant M. Holbrook Younger Cemetery
Company G., Tennessee Cavalry
Marker Photo
J. H. (M) Holland Petty's Chapel Cemetery
Jan 1840 - Jul 23, 1924
Civil War Veteran. His first name may be "Joel". Info from Texas death cert and census.
Nathan Hollinsworth Frost Cemetery
Pvt 1st Co H, 1 Texas Inf C. S. A., died 21 May 1927
[ Received Pension #6570 ]
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV;
Cemetery Marker Photo
Samuel Strain Hollinsworth Dresden Cemetery
Mar 29, 1847 - Mar 16, 1926
[Widow, Effie, drew Pension #47126, she died February 1934]
P. H. Honeycutt Dawson Cemetery
[no dates]
Company D. 1st. Missouri Regiment of Union Army
William F. Hood Cade Cemetery
1841 - 1909
Entered the war in 1st Arkansas mounted Riflemen under Col. B. Churchill. Was in 22 battles.
A. J. Hook Oakwood Cemetery
Apr 18, 1847 - Sep 22, 1923
Pension #24994 || Obituary || Death Certificate
John H. Horn Grape Creek Cemetery
Sep 14, 1846 - Oct 26, 1920
Pension #16168
William Artemus Horn Oakwood Cemetery
Jul 17, 1847 - Dec 20, 1914
Pension #24008
Charles Franklin House Frost Cemetery
Feb 11, 1833 - Aug 24, 1928
Barry's Company Tenn Light Artillery C.S.A.
Dates of birth - Death & Middle Name supplied by Nell - nell@haysco.net (great-granddaughter)
Francis M. Howard Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
[no dates given]
Company A, 1st Tennessee Infantry C.S.A.
J. H. Howard Oakwood Cemetery
Nov 1, 1823 - Jun 5, 1912
Daughters of the Confederacy Lot - C.S.A. marker
J. H. Howard Dresden Cemetery
Oct 11, 1826 - Jan 20, 1889
Company C, 1st Regiment, 2nd Brigade, Captain Johnson Company
N. E. Howard Dresden Cemetery
Aug 22, 1844 - Jan 15, 1876 (or1896?)
Company H., 4th Texas Regiment, Hood's Brigade, under Captain Porter
William Howard William Howard Note:
My great great grandfather William Z. Howard was in Hood's Brigade and is also buried at the old Melton cemetery. He was married to Elizabeth Welch dau of the above Michael Welch. His name is in the NORTH WEST Texas books as being in Hood's Brigade. His grave marker is in the DRESDEN cemetery along with his wife's. The markers were moved from the Melton cemetery when portions of it were abandoned and fenced off for pasture back in the 50s.
Tim Campbell 1-1999
English Jesse Howell New Chatfield Cemetery
Mar 31, 1839 - Mar 11, 1913
C.S.A. marker on grave
Pension #9826
J. H. Hubbard Dawson Cemetery
Mar 28, 1844 - DOD ?
[Pension #40521]
James Monroe Huff Oakwood Cemetery
Jul 13, 1843 - Apr 16, 1935
Pension #16171;
Biography; Obituary, Wedding Anniversary Announcement, Cemetery Marker
C. F. Humble Providence Cemetery
Mar 28, 1834 - Jan 11, 1912
Enlisted April 12, 1862 at Velasco, age 27, in company of Texas Volunteers, 15th Regiment under Captain Fouty, Later under William Melton's Company and in E. Bates Regiment.
Charles Edward Hunt Prairie Point Cemetery
[no dates given]
Widow, Marey E. Hunt, received pension #35276
Benjamin Hunt Old Chatfield Cemetery
[no dates]
C.S.A. marker on grave
William Edmison Hunter David White Cemetery
Feb 11, 1822 - Nov 17, 1899
CSA - Pvt. Reg. Tenn. Inf.
Henry B. Hurlock Oakwood Cemetery
Apr 4, 1883 - Sep 11, 1898
Sergeant in the 16th TX Inf CSA
R. W. Hyer Frost Cemetery
Aug 26, 1842 - Apr 2, 1924
Pension #11070
G. Washington Ingram Ingram Private Family Cemetery: Rural Shade Cemetery
Mar 28, 1842 - Sep 23, 1877
Served in Marion Martin's Company of 19th Brigade, Navarro County Beat #3
Joseph Epheldred Ingram Cryer Creek Cemetery
Joseph E Ingram, enlisted in the Confederate States Army at Henderson County, Texas on April 1 of November, 1961 and was mustered into service at Madisonville Texas on the 1 of November, 1961, as a private of Company F, Col. Balis Regiment, Texas under Captain B. F. Jordan. Served until discharge, 20 of May of 1865 at Richmond State of Texas "on account of war being over".  Joseph Ingram lived and died in Barry, Texas

Family Notes for Joseph Epheldred Ingram

Richmond Ingram Ingram Private Family Cemetery: Rural Shade Cemetery
Jan 1, 1847 - Oct 1, 1879
Enlisted August 1861 in Captain Marion Martin's Company. Beat #3, Navarro County 19th Brigade also in  Moss's Company, Co. E, 13th Texas Infantry Regiment; Navarro Countains
William Carroll Ingram Long Prairie Cemetery
Aug 22, 1847 - Jan 8, 1935
Enlisted August 1864 at Eaton in Carroll County Tennessee. Served in Russell Regiment, Bell's Brigade, 19th Tennessee Cavalry
Hinton C. Ivy Rose-Hill Cemetery
Jun 30, 1844 - Dec 26, 1921
Pension #18199
John Wesley Ivy Frost Cemetery
Aug 27, 1837 - Jan 25, 1905
Co K 28th Ala for a period of 3 years & 7 months.
Widow's Pension #16176
May be same as J.W. Ivey Pension #
Information from Alva Smith

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