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of the Tarrant County Hussars
State of Texas -- County of Tarrant -- This day personally came before me the undersigned a justice of the Peace for Tarrant County Charles Turner Captain of the Tarrant County Hussars who being duly sworn says that the foregoing is a correct list of the membership of his co. Officers and privates at this date and that said Company was organized at Fort Worth and belongs to the arm of service known as mounted Infantry. Charles Turner - Captain, Tarrant County Hussars. Sworn and subscribed before me this 18th day of July 1861 R. W. Tannahill, J.P., Tarrant County
[on jacket: "Muster Roll of the Tarrant Co. Hussars, Tarrant Co., 20th Brigade, T.M., Chas Turner, Capt, filed for Record, ***26th ** ****, Cmd Sept 23.61"]
[Also on original: "State of Texas, Tarrant County, _. G. Nancy Clerk of the county of Tarrant County do certify tht the within and foregoing *ust***ment of writing has been duly Recorded in my office at Fort Worth in Deed Book 36, Page 163 & *** the day and date hereof. Witness my hand and Seal of office this the 27th day of July AD 1861. [signed] _. Nance, Clk"
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