|Charles Biggers Daggett
||b. July 15, 1812, Queenstown, Canada; d. Oct. 28, 1888. Bur. Pioneers
Rest. Enl 1861 Tarrant Co Tex; Gilmore Gds, Mtd Inf; 20th Brig, TM;
|Ephraim B. Daggett
||b. Independence, Mo, Aug. 23, 1838; enl Fort Worth 1862, 1st Lt, Co
K 7th Tex Cav Regt; d. Sept. 9, 1911; bur Oakwood Cem.
|Ephraim M. Daggett
||b. June 3, 1810 Queenstown, Canada; Serv War with Mexico and CSA;
bur Pioneers Rest.
|Ephraim Merrill Daggett
|(son of C. B.) b. Jan. 22, 1850, Shelby Co. Tex; dau's application
for UDC states he was only 11 years old at beginning of War but belonged
to the Home Guard; and worked with his father in pressing beef for CSA, draying
pay for his service. 1900 Roster. d. June 14, 1921; bur. Pioneers Rest.
|Henry Clay Daggett
||b. Feb. 29, 1820, Lewiston, N,. Y. enl Capt. Walker's Co; discharged
because of bad health. Also served in Mexican War. Died on farm near Birdville
Oct. 29, 1897 and bur. Birdville Cem.
|John L. Daggy
||b. Indiana; enl 1861 Sherman, Tex Co C, 9th Inf Regt; in all battles
with Army of Tenn; admitted to Confed. Home, Austin April 1907 because of
heart trouble and died there next month.
|J. B. Damon
||b. 1835 Brazoria Co. Tex; where enl. 1861 Moseley's Mtd. Art. d. May
14, 1906; bur. Oakwood Cem.
|C. A. Daniels
||b. Va., where enl latter part of War; d. March 1903; bur. Oakwood
|Mitchael T. Danner
||Charter Member - 1900 Roster; enl
Co I 7th Mo Cav Regt. Died 1905. Will named wife Martha Marie Danner. (Rec.
Bk 44, pg. 434 Probate Min. Tarrant Co.)
|A. A. Darby
||Co. B. 9th Tex. Regt. 1900 Roster.
||b. McNairy Co. Tenn; enl 1861 Tex; McCulloch's Co.; lost right arm
at battle of Murfreesboro 1862 and discharged. d. Sept. 10, 1903, bur. Oakwood
||b. 1848 San Antonio, Tex. enl. 1862 Dallas, Tex. 2nd Tex Cav, Not
in any battles because of young age.
|John H. Darter
||b. March 20, 1838; d. June 21, 1883; bur. Pioneers Rest.
|S. W. Darter (Dr.)
||bur. Pioneers Rest.
|William Alexander Darter
||b. Randolph Co. Ala. Nov. 3, 1846 enl 1864, age 17, Scanlon's Sqdn
Cav; d. Oct. 4, 1929; bur. Pioneers Rest.
|L. F. Dasheill
||b. 1803; d. 15 May 1894 of "senility" bur. Oakwood.
||b. June 24, 1837 Ireland; enl May 1861 Jackson, Miss. Co A, 2nd Miss
Brig. Paroled Dec. 1865.
|R. F. Daugherty
||b. Monroe Co. Ga. enl. 1861 Carroll Co. Ga. Co F, 7th Ga Regt; captured
twice; exchanged 2nd time a few days before surrender at Appomattox; d. Feb.
9, 1917, bur. Oakwood Cem.
|P. G. Davis
||b. ca 1838; enl 1861 Fort Worth, Tex, Tarrant Co Rifles, 20th Brig
TST; Mansfield Cem. records show a Peter G. Davis 1834 - 1868.
|Peter S. Davis
||enl. Fort Worth 1862, 3rd Lt., Kennedy's Cav. Co.
||b. Clark Co. Indiana; enl 1862 La. Co. F. 11th La Regt. 1900 Roster.
|S. L. Davis
||b. June 1848 Va., enl 1862 Benton Co. Ark, Co D, 2nd Mo regt.
|T. G. Davis
||4th Tenn. Cav. 1900 Roster.
|J. R. Dawkins
||Enl. March 1862 Union Co. Ark? Co. E. 25th Ark. Regt. disch July 1862
and re-enl Apr 1863 Co. D. McNeal's Regt. La. Cav. 1900 Roster. [there are
two men with the same name].
|John S. Day
||b. 1829? d. March 1892 bur. Oakwood. [on 8 March].
|Thomas Patton Day
||1900 Roster. Co. A., Caper's Regt. b. 1840; d. May 24, 1924. Bur.
Oakwood Cem.; m. Ella Margaret ___.
|W. S. Day
||Co. G, 10th La. Regt. 1900 Roster.
|J. N. Dazey
||Co. F. 9th Tenn Battn.
|Ransom L. Dean/Deen
||b. ca 1838 Ala., enl 1861 Tarrant Co Gano's Mtd Rifleman, 20th Brig.,
|W. B. DeArman
||b. Feb. 24, 1845 Calhoun Co. Ala, where enl. Apr. 1863; Co. C, 51st
Ala. Cav. Regt. with Gen. Joe Wheeler; paroled Charlotte NC; Kate DeArman,
widow, applied for pension. [Pat Fite
adds that he was buried at New Hope Baptist Church.]
||enl. 5 Sept 1861; Co. L 24th Miss Inf Regt. [not known if living Tarrant
Co.; dau rec SCH for him posthumously 1908] Name not found on any other
||b. Lafayette Co. Miss. enl. 1863 Lafayette Co. Miss. Co. F, 8th Miss
Cav Regt. d. Hot Springs Ark. Oct. 19, 1902 and bur. there. 1900 Roster.
|J. U. Dennis
||1900 Roster. Co. F. 7th Miss. Regt. One Jasper Dennis bur Grapevine
||Co. D. Harris Cav. [no state given] 1900
[Tom Melton adds: J. Denny is
John C. Denny b: 1843 Clark Co., AL; Co. D - Harris Cavalry (4th MS Cavalry
Reg); m: Catherine Anne Houck 1870 Mobile, AL; d: Aug 10, 1911 Ft. Worth;
bur: Oakwood Cemetery]
|John B. Denton
||b. March 1840 Clarksville, Tex; enl 1861 Ft. Davis Tex; joined Camp
||b. 1833 La; enl Victoria, Tex Co C 6th Tex Regt., Granbury's Brigade;
in battles at Jonesboro, Chickamauga, New Hope - POW for 3 months. d. June
6, 1905. Bur. Oakwood.
|J. M. Dewees
||Co K, 7th Regt Tex Mtd Cav; d. New Mexico.
|A. J. Dickey
||b. Ark where enl 1861; Co A, 7th Cherokee Regt, Cooper's Brig.; 1900
Roster. Notation "dead" on his DL but no date. One M. J. Dicket shown on
loose sheet listing members after 1922; one A. J. Diocket d. 1913, bur.
|H. M. Dickey (Dr.)
||b. June 8, 1844, Gibson Co. Tenn. Enl 1863 Dyer Co. Tenn Pvt Co C,
Russell's 20th Tenn Regt. In battles Harrisburg and Brice's Cross Roads;
then had measles and sent to Marine Hosp. After recovery, ordered to Paducah,
Ky. Where recd parole 1865. d. 1930. SCH 1908.
|Dr. R. C. Dickey
||b. July 6, 1842 - d. Dec. 1, 1915. No further information.
|J. I. Dickinson
||Not shown on camp roster but listed in Confed. Index as being from
Tarrant County and living Confederate Home, Austin.
|Marion C. Dill
||1900 Roster. b. 1846 Blount Co. Ala; enl 1863 Dalton, Ga Co E, 45th
Miss Regt; Loring's Brig; became ill within a few days in army and sent to
hospital. After recovery was detailed by Drs. Barnett and Dupree and served
under them as a nurse until army fell back to Atlanda; rejoined and was captured
at Jonesboro. Paroled at Memphis at close of war. d. Dec. 26, 1910 in Ark
|W. H. Dill
||b. May 30, 1842 Miss; enl Choctaw Co Miss 1861 Co D 45th Miss Regt;
Wood's Brig.; in all battles of Army of Tenn. Slightly wounded Perryville,
Ky. and Chickamauga, Tenn. d. Dec. 15, 1910; bur. Oakwood.
|W. A. Dillard
||Enl 1864 Pvt Co D 18th Ga Cav Regt. SCH 1922.
||b. Sept. 4, 1823 Mad. Co. Ala. d. Dec. 8, 1901 Arlington, Tex. Information
provided by a descendant makes no mention of his CSA service, if any, but
he is included here because of his action showing loyalty to the Confederacy.
When he was postmaster Johnson City, Tarrant Co., he wrote the PO Dept. in
Washington, requesting the name of Johnson City be changed to Arlington in
honor of Gen. Lee's former home in Virginia. Permission was granted.
|J. C. Ditto
||Only data is on Mortuary Report pub. Tex. Div. UCV Annual Minutes
1909; serv Pvt Co C 14th Tex Cav Regt and d. 1908, Arlington, Tex.
|John W. Ditto
||Charter Member - 1900 Roster b.
April 30, 1836, Ala. Enl Tarr Co 1861? Lt Co D 9th Tex Cav Regt; came from
Guntersville, Ala. To Tarrant Co. 1846? D. Sept. 22, 1921, Arlington, Tex.
|Henry H. Dixon
||Bur. Pioneers Rest. With dates 3-18-1852 - March 12, 1889.
|W. H. Dixon/Dickson
||b. 1840 Va; enl 1861 Lexington, Va; 1st Va Regt Art; Jackson's Corps
Army of Northern Va; d. April 28, 1906; bur. Oakwood.
|William Calloway Dobkins (Dr)
||b. Nov 11, 1842 Claiborne Co Tenn; enl 1861 Fort Worth, Tex Co K 3rd
Tex Regt; Thomas Moody's Co (originally the Mansfield Guards); d. Feb. 15,
1928 Fort Worth. Bur. Dobkins Cem, northeast Tarrant County.
||b. Jan. 14, 1846 Shelby NC; enl 1863 near Columbus, Ark Pvt Co D Ark
Cav Regt; camp minutes of Oct. 1910 states he is a new member.
|W. L. Dobyns
||b. Tenn., enl 1861 Hopkinsville, Ky Co I 1st Ky Cav Regt; mustered
out in 12 mo and re-enl 10th Ky Regt. Captured and POW Camp Douglas, Ill.;
at close of war returned to home in Hopkinsville, Ky., and came to Texas
ca 1895. 1900 Roster.
|Louis K. Dockery
||d. March 7, 1915, bur. Mt. Olivet. Another Dockery (no initials) d.
Feb. 17, 1915. Same man?
|J. L. Dodson
||1900 Roster. b. Ala; enl 1864 Sabine Pass Co C 21st Tex Cav; [sister
states he was in Sam Evans Co raised in Tarrant Co). His father, Constant
Dodson, early pioneer settler Tarrant County, died 1876
|J. J. Dodson
||Mrs. S. H. Chapman in her UDC application states that J. J., J. L.,
J. N. and J. P. were her four brothers; that J. J. And J. L. Were in Sam
Evans Co. Only name on file in camp records is J. L. Dodson
|J. N. Dodson
||b. Ca 1836 prob Ala; enl 1861 Tarrant Co Co A 9th Tex Cav Regt. Promoted
from Pvt to Lt, to Capt to Major to Lt. Col in 1863. D. 1865 killed near
close of war while in service under Gen. Bedford Forrest.
|J. P. Dodson
||b. Ca 1844 prob. Ala; enl 1861 Tarrant Cop Co A, 9th Tex Cav Regtp;
is listed on company roster as "Poke" Dodson. D. Okolona, Miss. While in
service. [according to sister's UDC papers this family once lived
Cherokee Co. Tex]
|N. E. M. Dodson
||Enl 1861 Johnson Sta, Capt. Stephen Ragan's Inv Mtd Vol 20th Brig
|Hartwell W. Donald/Donnell
||1900 Roster. b. Jan. 14, 1843 Mo; enl 1861 Bastrop Co Tex; Bastrop
Cav Co 26th Brig TST; d. Jan. 27, 1920 Fort Worth, Tex. Bur. Greenwood
|E. J. Doray
||Charter Member - 1900 Roster. Val
Verde Battery Volunteers.
|Charles M. Dougall
||b. May 3, 1842 Ft,. Bliss Miss; d. Ca Feb. 8, 1923; minutes of camp
Dec. 1899 state he resigned as QM of camp because he could not attend meetings.
Bur. Pioneers Rest Cem.
|A. B. Douglass
||1909 Roster. Enl 1862 Copiah Co. Miss. as Sgt. Co. A. 13th Miss Regt.
Was in 9 days seige Ft. Blakely across from Mobile; prisoner on Ship Island;
parolled at Vicksburg. Name on loose sheet states served Co A, 13th Miss
Regt. Pension Index states he was from Tarrant Co and living Confederate
|John J. Douglas
||1st Lt. Co. F. 17th Miss. Regt. SCH 1908.
|Jesse L. Dowdy
||b. Wayne Co Tenn. March 13, 1848; enl 1864 there Co F 9th Cav. Regt,
Forrest's Brigade; to Texas 1869 and Fort Worth 1906.
|Pat. C. Dowling
||Bur. Catholic Cem. [does not state which one]
|J. M. Doyle
||b. 1843 East Feliciana Par. La., enl 1861 Clinton La. Co B, Hunters
Rifles Allen's Brig; wounded in head near Atlanta, Ga. Aug. 1863 and disabled
after that. Was in hospital until long after end of war. One J. M.
Doyle shown on Charter Membership List who d. June 5, 1915. Bur. Oakwood
Cem. Same man?
|J. Riley Drake
||b. Oct. 28, 1846; d. Jan. 17, 1931; bur. Mansfield, Tex.
|N. T. Dudley
||enl Gano's Guards, Capt. Welsh's Co; was living Grapevine when attended
Reunion in Dallas 1884.
|A. J. Duke
||Pvt. 12th Mo. Cav. Bur. Nelson Cem. North of Azle, Tarrant Co. b.
April 11, 1841 - d. Dec. 27, 1921.
|W. H. Duke
||enl 1862 Marietta, Ga. Drummer 37th Ga Regt Co "II" Inf. SCH 1925.
On no other list. Oakwood Cem. Records show Walter H. Duke d. 1916.
|J. W. Dunham
||Co. D. 37th Miss Regt. 1900 Roster. Oakwood Cem records show one J.
M. Dunham d. 1890.
|J. H. Dunlavy
||b. Oct. 13, 1845, Madison Co. Miss. Enl 1862 Canton, Miss Pvt Co H,
9th Miss Inf Regt; captured near Marietta, Ga. Ocgt. 1854; was also at
Chickamauga and Jonesboro. Enrolled REL Camp April 1897. 1900 Roster.
|F. S. Dunn
||b. Feb. 1830 Washington Co. Va; enl 1862 Tazewell Co Va Co I 16th
Va Cav Regt; in all pricipal battles engaged in by Army of N. Va. D. Jan.
|Iranius Solon Dunn
||b. April 30, 1833 Ala; first enl 1861 Gano's Mtd. Riflemen; next in
Co A 9th Tex Cav Regt; on furlough Birdville June 1, 1865. Bur Grapevine
Cem. Records give death date as Feb. 23, 1883. [this name repeated in error
as John S. Dunn - with same information]
|James Burnside Dunn
||b. Jan. 15, 1824; d. Jan. 18, 1874; bur. Oakwood.
|William Washington Dunn
||b. May 5, 1822, Capt. Tarr. Co. Rifles, 20th Brig TST. D. 1910 bur.
|Thomas E. Dunnaway
1900 Roster. Co C, Neely's Tenn Cav Regt; Azle Cem. Records list a
T. A. Dunnaway b. Feb. 13, 1838 - d. Dec. 21, 1912.
From: Diane Dyess <email@example.com> - T. E. Dunnaway is probably T A Dunaway. He was in 14 (Neely's) Tennessee Cavalry and is indeed buried at Ash Creek Cemetery in Azle. He moved to Azle from Medon, Tennessee. He is my GG Grandfather. He is the grandfather of Faye Reed Agerton, one of the charter members of Fort Worth Genealogical Society.
|C. C. Dunwoody
||b. Dec. 9, 1846 Greene Co. Tenn; enl 1863 Galveston Tex Pvt Capt Sam
Evans Co. Griffin's Battn.
|Amos J. N. Duren
||Enl 1862 Co A, Alexander's Regt;, b. ca 1835 Ala.
|J. Q. Dunham
||On pre-1900 obit lists. One J. Q. Durham bur. Oakwood Cem. 1828 -
1899. One J. Q. Dunham serv Co D 37th Miss Regt. Signed 1900 Roster.
|R. W. Durrett
||b. Ill. Enl 1861 Dallas Tex Co E 6th Tex Cav Regt;. 1900 Roster.
|J. C. Dyer
||b. Jan. 16, 1842 Miller Co. Mo. Enl 1861 Iberia Mo. Ord. Sgt. Co K
10th Mo Regt; lost limb at battle at Pleasant Hill, La. 1864; was working
in Ordinance Dept., Marshall, Tex. at time of surrender. SCH 1923.