|Folsom, William W.
||Born in Americus, Ga.,
he married Georgia Virginia Walker (1853 ? 1926)
||Enlisted 18 Aug 1862 in Elba, Coffee Co.,
Ala. in Co H 53rd Alabama Cavalry, Partisan Rangers. Was
paroled from Augusta, Ga. on 6 May 1865.
|Rash, R M
||14 Jan 1907
||Pvt Co F 28th N C Vol Inf - Wounded Gettsyburg - POW Point Lookout,
I 3rd Regt LA
| Watts, John S
||b. Feb 11, 1847
|| d. Sept 19, 1918
Co B TX Calvary
| Wilkinson, Daniel Chandler
| Wilkinson, Jesse Mercer
||23 Nov 1841
Tenn., he married Laura E. Henslee (1843 ? 1889)
||Served as a Scout in Co. G, Mann's
Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Bradford's)
| Brown, William Madison
||23 Dec 1820
||22 July 1883
|| Born in Green Co., Ala., he married 20 Sep
1842 in Lauderdale Co., Miss. to Martha E. Crain (1823-1900).
||Co. D, 10th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Locke's).
|Burroughs, James Henry/Howard
||26 Nov 1841
||2 July 1921
||Born in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana, he married Sarah Elizabeth Wilkinson (1845 ? 1929)
||Enlisted at Simm's Port, Point Cooper
Parish, La. in Co. E, Captain
Boone's Company, 2nd Louisiana Regiment Infantry from
1861 to 1865. After enlisting at Simm's Point they
marched onto a Steamer Ship and steamed for New Orleans where
they were first stationed as witnessed by his brother in his
pension application. His brother stated he hosted a
farewell dinner for the company. He
served in the Light Artillery in the Battle of Mansfield
according to another witness for his pension.
|Cabbiness, Joshua A.
||15 May 1818
||10 Nov 1896
|| Born in Virginia, on 15 Oct 1842 in
Upshur Co., Tx. he married Sarah Ann E. Mings (1821 ? 1897)
||25th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (3rd Texas
Lancers) (Gillespie's) and Company D, Texas Waul's Legion
| Council, Alfred
||13 Jan 1815
||19 July 1897
|| Born in NC, in 1880 he married on 12 Jan 1866 in Columbus, NC
to Mary Jane Buie
(1824 ? 1897)
||Co. E, 1st
Battalion, Texas Cavalry State Troops Regiment
| Dickinson, William
||3 Apr 1828
|| 9 Aug
|| Born in Tennessee, he married 20 Nov 1864 in Madison, Jackson
Co., Tn. to Martha Rhoda Vantreese (1832 ? 1897)
||Co. B, 18th
Florence, Wiley E
|6 Oct 1828
||10 Dec 1903
||Born in Wilkes Co., Ga., he married 30 Oct
1850 in Troup Co., Ga. to Mary Rebecca Wilkinson (Wilkerson) (1833
||Co. G, 17th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Moore's)
| Ford, John Franklin
||18 Feb 1901
||Born in NC in 1867 he married
12 Jul 1866 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Sarah Caroline Cabbiness (1849 ? 1930)
||Co. M, 1st Texas
Regiment, Independent Partisan Rangers Cavalry. His wife
was approved for a Confederate Widow's Pension 31 Aug 1909.
|Johnson, G. W.
||26 Sept 1823
||4 Nov 1879
||Born in Georgia, On 3 Oct 1845 he married
Mary B. Haralson (1825 ? 1848).
On 3 Dec 1848 in Troup Co., Ga. to
Elizabeth E. Smedley (1831-1889).
||There are several G. W. Johnson's who
served from Texas in the Civil War and we know he was one of
those but not sure which unit.
|Kennard, George Thomas
||10 June 1845
||31 May 1890
||Born in Alabama, he married Sonora V.
||Co. K, 17th (Consolidated) Regiment, Texas
||9 May 1820
||13 Oct 1901
||Born in Anderson, Anderson Dist,
S.C.. On 20 Sep 1846 he married Mary Ann Vaughn (born about 1823 SC). In 1855 he
married Samantha Mayfield (born
about 1838) and after his second wife died
he married in 1873 to Hannah Satiza Barton (1841 ? 1902).
||Co. K, 37th & 10th Regiment, Texas Cavalry
(Terrell's) from 1861-1865, and was shot during the war in
right knee. Also
horse was shot from under him and fell on him badly injuring
him during war.
| Rash, Richard Montgomery
||14 Jan 1907
Sussex, Delaware, he married 1 Nov
1866 to Amanda August Howell (1848 ? 1905)
Private, Co. F 28th North Carolina Volunteer Infantry -
He was wounded at Gettsyburg and captured and was a POW at the
Yankee Point Lookout, Maryland Prison until the end of the war.
||14 Jan 1901
Simpson Co., Miss., he married 22 Dec 1851
in Rankin Co., Miss. to Mary Frances Felts (1834 ? 1852).
Then on 11 Nov 1853 in Rankin Co., Miss. he married Mary's
sister, Martha Felts (1832 ? 1905).
I 3rd Regt LA & Co. E, 8th Regiment, Louisiana Cavalry
| Watts, John Sheldon
||Feb 11, 1847
|| Sept 19, 1918
Montgomery Co., Tenn., on 27 Oct 1889 in Upshur Co., Tx. he
married Eliza Augusta Rash (1867 ? 1964)
||Private Co. B Texas Calvary, CSA
|Wilkinson, Daniel Chandler
||Born in Upshur Co., Tx.,
brother of Jesse Mercer Wilkinson
||Co. B., 7th Regiment, Texas
Infantry (Gregg's), C.S.A., killed during the war, possibly in
the Battle of Fort Donelson where the remainder of his unit was
captured by Gen. Grant.
|Wilkinson, Jesse Mercer
||Born in Upshur Co., Tx., brother of Daniel Chandler Wilkinson
7th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Gregg's), C.S.A., killed during
|Wood, Eli C.
||19 Feb 1805
||20 Dec 1884
|| Born in Louisiana
||Co. F, 17th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Moore's)
| Beck, Martin M.
|| Born in Ala., on 17 Jan 1867 in Pike Co., Ala. he married Nancy Luvasy Segars (1851 ? 1938)
||Co. D, 1st
Alabama Infantry Regiment
||1 Oct 1899
||Date of Death per application for
CSA Government Headstone 20 Apr 1931.
|| Co B 12 SC Cavalry, & Co. I, 3rd SC Cavalry, under Col. B.H.
Rutledge, Confederate Soldier Pension #04030 from Upshur Co., Texas
| Dorroh, James M.
|| Born in Noxubee, Miss., he married Sarah P. Durham (1850 ? 1928).
|| Co. C, 3rd Battalion Mississippi Infantry
| Doss, J. A.
|| Born in Miss., he married a Miss. Harden who preceded him in
|| Co. C, 11th Regiment,
| Folkes, Dr. Miles Warren
|| Born in Miss., on 10 May 1852 in New Orleans, La. he married Malvina Norwood Duncan (1834 Tenn.? 1860
Bovina, Warren Co., Miss., buried at St. Albans Episcopal
Church). Later he married on 17 Oct 1878 in Upshur Co.,
Tx. to Julia A Paul born about 1835 Alabama.
||Co. B, 16th
Louisiana Infantry as a Corporal, CSA.
|Gorman, Churchill America
||4 May 1847
||2 Aug 1919
||Born in Goliad, Texas,
he married Louise Philoman Marie Fitch (1849 ? 1919)
||Co. A, Capt. Henry Noll's Co., Col.
Phillip Fulcord's Batallion, Texas Volunteer Cavalry,
consolidated with Patton's Cavalry. Col. Fulcord was a
witness for him on his application. At the close of the
war he was in charge of a train of cotton for the Confederate
Government and didn't surrender according to his Confederate
Soldier Pension Application in 1915 since no train was
available in Goliad to Yankee location.
| Grant, Wiley
||30 Aug 1890
||Born in N.C., in 1856 in Tenn. he married Susan Bruce (born about 1835
||Co. 1 H, 26th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (3rd
East Tennessee Volunteers)
| Head, Thomas R.
||01 Dec 1839
|| Born in Ga., he married Mary Theodocia "Docia" Beard (1847 ?
|| Co. E, 6th Alabama Infantry from 1862 to
1865. He was shot twice in his body and once near his
knee during the war according to his Confederate Pension
Application approved 9 Oct 1899.
| Howell, John Wilson
|| Born in Tennessee, he married 27 May 1875 in Rutherford, Tenn.
to Julia Ann Mullins (22 Aug 1857
Tn. - 5 Feb 1929).
|| Co. B, 10th Kentucky Cavalry,
John H. Morgan's Command, CSA and was approved for a
Confederate Veteran's Pension filed in May 1916
| Kay, Stephen Preston
||Born in Alabama, he married Mary Susana Kilpatrick (1856 ? 1947) on 18 Jan 1875 in Upshur Co., Texas
|| 6 May 1862 in Co. G, 11th Texas
Infantry, Robert's Regiment, Walker's Division. He was
paroled as a POW in Shreveport, La. between Aug 1 and 31, 1865.
| King, John Washington
||Born in Troy,
Pike Co., Ala., he
married 23 Mar 1871 in Smith Co., Tx. to Amanda Jane Lowry (1848 ? 1924).
|| Enlisted May 2 1862 in Upshur Co., Texas in
Capt. M.V. Smith's Cavalry Company D, Col. Horace Randal's 28th
Regiment. He was first stationed in Marshall, Texas and
later in Lewisville, Ark. serving through 1865.
||Born in SC, he
appears to have been married to Elizabeth Parish (1834-1887)
served as Quartermaster of Co. B Oliver's Tex Cavalry
| Prothro, James M.
|| Born in Ala., he married 26 Apr 1870 in Rusk Co., Tx. to Laura Ann Chisum (1853 ? 1934).
|| Co. H, 15th Texas Infantry. He was
wounded in battle on 29 Sep 1863. He was discharged
24 May 1865. On Jan 13, 1910 his application for a
Confederate Veteran's Pension was approved.
|Reel, Daniel M.
|Revill, Henry M.
||Feb 2 1842
||Apr 9 1917
||Born in Darlington,
SC, on 16 Dec 1875 in Fincastle, Tx.
he married Sarah Ella Parmer (1856 ? 1942).
||Enlisted in 1861 in Co.
A., 12th Alabama Regiment and was a Sergeant under Capt. Kinney &
Col. Adams & 32nd Alabama Regiment. He was discharged in
1864 due to a wound received in battle.
Madison "Matt" Lafayette
||Jul 3 1845
||Dec 21 1900
||Born in Darlington, SC, in
1870 he married Martha J. Revill (1851-1931)
|| Co A 33rd Alabama
Cavalry Infantry from 1863 to 1865. He was wounded in
| Robinson, James
||Born in Bedford,
Tenn., he married 31 Dec 1877 in Hardin, Tenn. to Maggie E.
June 1862 in Co. D, 6th Alabama Cavalry under Capt. Dixon and
Col. Moreland, and under Gen. Forrest. He surrendered in
Apr 1865 in Nashville, Tenn. "to the Federals" he wrote in his
Confederate Pension Application for which he and later his
widow were approved.
|Lt. Colonel Seago, Coneal Eli
||Born in Pickens,
Oconee, SC, he married in 1858 to Francis J Peteet (1826 ? 1880).
|| Enlisted as a Captain on and received his
Commission in Company F, 20th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 18 Jun 1861. Promoted to Full Major on 29 May 1863.
Promoted to Full Lieutenant Colonel on 2 Jul 1863. An archive
of letters between Col. Seago and Ga. Gov. Joseph Brown
offering to create a Company of men for the Confederate Army is
maintained in the Ga. State Archives as "Governor's Incoming
Correspondence, Civil War? Governor Joseph E. Brown of Georgia.
Morrow, Georgia: Georgia State Archives." He was a
Veteran of the Mexican American War as well. Volunteered at Austin Texas as a Private in Captain John J.
Grumbles' Company, at the age of 24. He went to Texas after his
brother died in Matamoras Mexico during the Mexican War on 6
Sep 1846. Enlisted at Austin TX on 24 Sep 1846 and was
discharged on 23 Sep 1847. Texas Archives: Texas Veteran's in
the Mexican War by Charles D. Spurlin page 147 #42
| Shamburger, John Marion W.
|| Born in Moore, NC, in 1873 in Upshur Co., Tx. he married Louzan
Frances Sligh (1848-1903).
|| Co. B, 10th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Locke's) CSA.
| Smith, Allen Newton Waddell
|| Born in Laurel, Miss., he
married in 1878 in Quitman, Clarke Co.,
Miss. to Harriet Lucretia "Lou" Terral (1852-1927)
||On 7 Apr 1862
at age 14 he enlisted in the Confederate Army saying he was 18.
He enlisted in Capt. Thomas Bonner's 10th Texas Brigade in
Cherokee County and served until the war's end in 1865.
|Smith, Beverly Lafayette
|| Born in Washington Co., Ark.,
he married in 1863 in Ark. to Emily J. Smith (1846-1932)
1861 in Co. A, Adair's Arkansas Cherokee Cavalry Regiment
as a Private for the Quartermaster. He was discharged Apr
5 1865 in Indian Territory in Oklahoma while with Gen. Cooper's
Army. He received a Confederate Soldier Pension #27363.
A Confederate headstone was applied for by his daughter and
received but could not be located on last survey.
| Welborne, James
|| Born in Tenn., he married to Ann E. Welborne (born about 1839
|| At the time of the 1860 census
he had 77 slaves in Upshur County. During the Civil
War he enlisted in and was 1st Sergeant in Co. C, 22nd
Regiment, Texas Infantry (Hubbard's),
| White, James T.
|| Born in Georgia. He
married in Gregg Co., Tx. on 30 Oct 1876 to Catherine D. Dial
|| Enlisted May 1861 in Capt.
David Y. Gaines' Ed Clark Invincibles of Smith County, 12th
Texas Brigade and later 22nd Regiment, Texas Infantry
|Coffeeville Cemetery (Old Section)
|Armstrong, James Watson
||29 MAR 1845
||23 NOV 1906
||Born in Tennessee, he married in Franklin Co., Tx. on
5 Nov 1878 to Mary "Mollie" L. V. Armstrong (1858-1934).
||Transferred from Capt.
Spratt's Company to Co. H, Capt. Gasaway's Company, Clark's
Regiment, Co. I, 14th Texas Infantry. By 1862 and through
1864 he is shown in Co. F with the same unit and on absent with
leave on April 25, 1865 for 40 days. He was wounded in
the first day of fighting in the Battle of Mansfield and was
carried off the battlefield by G. W. Hambright, a witness on
his wife's application for a 1 Sep 1909 Confederate Widow's
pension. Another witness, W. W. Williamson (also buried
in this cemetery) stated he was in four battles with
Armstrong--Milligens Bend, Marks Mill, Jenkin's Ferry, and the
Battle of Mansfield. Armstrong was discharged
in Hempstead, Texas. (Pension #39196)
||9 MAR 1834
||16 JAN 1912
|| Born in Maryland, he married 6
Jun 1861 in Navarro Co., Tx. to Martine Margaret Verena Barnes
||Pvt., Co. C, 19 Texas Infantry, &
25th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (3rd Texas Lancers) (Gillespie's).
|Chapman, Frank J
||Co B 3rd Mo Cav
||23 NOV 1841
||12 FEB 1905
||Pvt., Co. I, 14 Texas Infantry
||22 OCT 1836
||18 OCT 1914
||Pvt., Co. I, 14 Texas Infantry,
||Private, 10th Texas
Cavalry, Co. F., enlisted in Upshur Co., Texas
|Hogg, Robert Jerrel
||3 JAN 1828
||1 FEB 1897
|| TX Pvt Co I 14 Regt TX Inf
| Isbell, Richard Monroe
||Co F 37th Ga Inf
||1 AUG 1846
||1 FEB 1862
||Pvt., Co. C, 1 Texas Sharpshooters
| Minor, Joseph
Jackson Co., Alabama, he married Mary
Ann Lewallen (1813 ? 1902).
enlisted 1/15/1862 in Civil War in Co. C 21st Texas Brigade under
Capt. W. H. Jasper, Brigadier Gen. William Hudson, Commander for
protection of the Northwest. His enlistment documents
indicates he was 5 foot 11 1/2" tall, of fair complexion and a
farmer by trade. The records show he marched 25 miles in one
|Morris, W. F
|| Co E 29th Alabama Inf. Div CSA, Musician
|| Co D 1 Ga Reg CSA Pension #04073
|Newsom, J. C.
||12 JAN 1812
||15 AUG 1896
||Pvt., Co. F, Morgan's Texas Cavalry
|Ragsdale, Capt Michael J.
||Born Franklin County, Ga., he fought at both Vicksburg
(surrendered on July 4, 1863) and Atlanta. In 1869 he led additional settlers from Banks County Georgia to Coffeeville.
His wife and four children born in Georgia came with him. Captain Ragsdale's
son Ben is buried on one side of the Captain's grave and Ben's wife
Mollie is buried on the other
|| Capt. 43rd Georgia Inf. Co. D CSA Pension #11674
||Husband of Millie H.
||6th Alabama Calvary
||18 SEP 1847
||15 SEP 1875
||27 AUG 1835
||18 JUL 1924
| Anderson, Thomas Jackson
||Born in Milledgeville, Baldwin, Georgia, he married 14 Apr 1829 in Wilkes Co., Ga. to Margaret Ann Ervincolrve (1814 ? 1887).
||Enlisted in Co. E, Waul's
Texas Legion, Infantry, Cavalry, and Artillery.
He fought in the Battle of Vicksburg, was captured and
exchanged, returned with his unit to Texas for reorganization
and stationed in Galveston.
||Born in Kemper Co., Miss., He married in 1868 to Matilda Frances "Martha" Waller (1852 ? 1924)
||Enlisted in Co. G, Seventeenth Texas Cavalry
||Born Smith, Cleveland Co.,
Ark., he married 25 Oct 1877
in Yell, Ark. to Parthenia Jane Ward (1858 ? 1937).
||Enlisted in Buck Horn, Ark. in Co. I, 27th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry,
| Ellison, Thomas Taylor
||Born in Rome, Georgia he married in 1849 to Nancy Hughes (1830 ? 1868)
and later married about 1873 Susan
Tomlinson Riley (1856 -
||Enlisted in Co. I,
14th Texas (Clark's) Infantry and served as a Corporal.
|Gillespie, Alexander Tedford McNutt
Tallapoosa Co., Ala., the son of Thomas Gillespie (1785 ? 1845) and Sarah Gillespie (1785 ? 1861). On 9 Aug 1854 in Texas he
married Vertina Caroline Bonner (1834
Civil War he was a 2nd Lieutenant in Co. G, Liken's 35th Texas
Cavalry of the Confederate Army (resigned) and Co. I, 14th
Texas Regiment. On 3 Aug 1899 his widow filed for a
Confederate Widow's Pension from Upshur Co., Texas.
||Born in Stewart, Tn., he married 24 May 1885 in Camp Co., Tx. to Mazie Emily Nipper (1868 ? 1954). On 14 Jan 1914
he married Rachel
Hannah Arnold (1843 ? 1922).
||Enlisted in 1863 at
age 16 in Co. E, 22nd Tennesse Battalion, Infantry.
|Townlin, William N.
||He married Catherine
||He enlisted Oct 1862 in
Daingerfield, Tx. in Company I, Texas 27th Cavalry Regiment
(Whitfield's Legion, 1st Texas Legion, under Capt. J. M. Cook).
He was stationed in Camp Rogers, Miss. and took part in Iuka on
19 Sep 1862 and the Battle of Davis Bridge, Tennessee on
Hatchie River on 5 Oct 1862 among other battles. He was
later taken a POW on 4 May 1865 by the Yankees. The
surrender was part of the last surrender of the Confederate
Army, east of the Mississippi River, made at "Surrender
Oak". Led by Commander General Richard Taylor forces laid
down their guns to Union General E.R.S. Canby near Sydney
Station. He was paroled in Meridian, Miss. on 11 May
||Born in Smith Co., Tenn., he married on 18 Feb
1869 to Analiza E. Walker Truitt (1847 - 1932).
||Enlisted Mar 1 1862 in Co. I, 14th Texas
Infantry under Capt. J. M. Spratt.
||Dec. 25, 1849
||Mar. 16, 1919
||Born in Upshur
Co., Texas, he married he married Mary Elvira Bagley (1845-1892).
|| Co. I, 25th Regiment,
Texas Cavalry (3rd Texas Lancers) (Gillespie's).
|Courtney, Lemuel W.
||Jun. 19, 1836
||May. 18, 1896
||Born in Virginia, he married Rhyna Gilliam (1843 ? 1926).
|| Co. A 9th Regiment Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A
||Feb. 18, 1822
||Feb. 6, 1878
||Born in Alabama, on 12 Sep 1844 in Pike Co., Ala. he married Mary Elizabeth Cope (1822 ? 1907).
|| Co. B, 4th Battalion, Alabama Cavalry
||Aug 20, 1824
||Feb 2, 1882
||Born in Alabama, on 16 Feb 1846 in
DeSoto Parish, La. he married Charlotte Nancy Harris (1826 ? 1866).
Following her death he married Sarah Jane Harvey (1838 ? 1932).
in 1861 in Upshur County, Texas in Captain James H. Rucker's
Co. C, 10th Texas Cavalry.
|Harris, John Carroll
||Dec 28, 1868
|| Born in Franklin Co., Tn., He
married in 1863 in Texas he married Martha Ann Gilliam (1840 ? 1937).
||Co. H 2nd
Texas Cavalry, CSA
|Seay, Albert Washington
Barbour Co., Ala., he married Susan Lenord Efud (1857-1934).
K 12th Alabama Infantry, CSA
| Steele, Thomas W.
||Mar. 5, 1824
||Nov. 10, 1915
Illinois, he married Saphronia
Fisher (born about 1834)
|| Co. E, 7th
Regiment Texas Cavalry, CSA
|Crow Cemetery (See Old Crow below)
| Davis, James Monroe
|| May 8 1845
|| June 9 1892
||Born in Roane, Tn., he married 8 Oct 1868 to Louisa Jane "Lou" Carrington (1847 ? 1932).
||Enlisted 4 Apr 1862 in
Co. K, 34th & 37th Terrell's Texas Cavaltry, Infantry.
He fought in the Battle of Mansfield among other battles.
| Croley, George Thomas
||Mar 5, 1833
||Apl 14 1891
||Born in Newnan, Coweta Co. Georgia, he
first married in 1860 to Mary A. Derrick
Croley (20 Feb 1839 - 10 Aug 1877)
and later he married on 21 Nov 1878 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Texas A. Derrick (1850-1901).
||Co. G, 17th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Moore's),
CSA. He was captured in the Battle of Vicksburg on 4 Jul 1863.
||Oct 22, 1815
||May 18, 1889
|| Born in Lexington Co., S.C., he married Jane Hodge (1818 ? 1869).
||2nd Lieutenant, Co. C, Evans'
Battalion, Texas Reserve Corps.
| Hopson, William A.
||Sept 24, 1835
||Feb 3, 1893
||Born in Georgia, he
married in 1863 in Georgia to (Georgia
Anna Derrick 1847 Ala. ? 1910)
||Enlisted in 1861 in Co. G, 10th Texas
Cavalry (Locke's Regiment)
| Longshore, Larkin W.
|| May 15, 1832
||Oct 20 1893
||Born in Newberry Dist, SC, he married 13 Dec 1860 in
Panola Co., Tx. to Mary Elizabeth Matthews (1844 ? 1860).
Following Mary's death on 28 Nov 1867 in Panola Co. he married Elizabeth Jane "Betty" Bracken (1844 ? 1930)
||During the Civil War he was a Sergeant in
Co. E, 17th Texas Regiment, Texas Cavalry, (Moore's Regiment) CSA.
|Tillman, Arrington Green
||July 8, 1843
||Feb 23, 1918
||Born in Marshall Co., Tn., the
son of Jerry R. Tillman (1809-1876)
||Enlisted Aug 1861 in Capt. William Gardner's
Company for Beat No. 8, Lamar County, 9th Brigade of Texas
|Tillman, Jerry R.
||Jul 17, 1809
||Mar 11, 1876
||Born in NC, he married Sarah "Sallie" G. Tillman (1815 ? 1896)
||Co. F., 9th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, CSA
|Walker, Augustine #2
||May 26, 1826
||Apr 10, 1870
||Born in Dixon Co., Tn., he married Mary A. Ingram (1833 ? 1905). See Marker Dedication Ceremony
||Pvt Co B 7 Regt Texas Inf
|East Mountain Cemetery
||Feb. 23, 1850
||Apr. 15, 1919
||Born in Henry Co., Alabama, He
married in 1873 to Laura Lanny McLendon (1855 ? 1922)
||Enlisted 24 Jan 1865
in Co. A, 17th Texas (Consolidated) Regiment, Dismounted
Cavalry at age 14.
||May. 15, 1846
||Feb. 14, 1924
||Born Georgia, on 26 Oct 1867 in Gregg Co., Tx. he married Dorah Bell Howard (1851 ? 1929).
||Co. A, Terry's
Regiment, Texas Cavalry, CSA. He was approved for a
Confederate Veteran's Pension back to 1 Dec 1920 and his widow
was approved for a Confederate Widow's Pension on 31 Mar 1924
from Upshur Co., Tx. He was discharged in Marshall, Texas
6 Jul 1865.
||Born in Alabama, he first
married Susan Elizabeth Huckaby (born about 1843 Alabama), later he married in 1881 to Calidonia
"Callie" Wynn Carter Huckaby (1852 - 1932).
||Co. D, 41st Alabama Infantry Regiment,
|Wright, John B.
||Sep. 30, 1834
||Nov. 1, 1898
|| Born in Montgomery, Ala., he married Frances Gafford
(died 1865 Upshur Co., Tx.). On 18 Sep 1889 in Gregg, Texas he
married Martha Ann Smith (died 10 Aug 1866 Upshur Co., Tx.).
||Private, Confederate Army, 10th Texas Cavalry, Co.
F., enlisted in Upshur Co., Texas.
||Born in Americus, Sumter Co., Georgia, in 1869 he married Nancy Indiana Amanda McLendon
||Co. D & B, 11th Battalion, Georgia Artillery (Sumter Artillery),
James William Cartwright
Tennessee, he married
on 5 Sep 1856 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Ellen Isabella Morgan (1843 ? 1920)
|| Co. D, 10th Texas, Regular Cavalry under Captain Alex Earp &
Col. W. P. Lane. His widow was approved for a Confederate
Widow's Pension 1 Sep 1914 from Upshur Co., Texas. Son of John
King Edwards, brother of Paulden H. Edwards.
|Edwards, John King
Wilson Co., Tenn., he married 8 Nov 1834 in Wilson Co., Tenn. to Elizabeth Billings
||Private, Confederate Army, 10th Texas Cavalry, Co. C., (Locke's),
enlisted 1861 in Upshur Co., Texas. Father of Paulden H.
Edwards & James William Cartwright Edwards.
|| Co. G & K, 17th Regiment,
Texas Cavalry (Moore's). His name is misspelled Paulding
in most regimental records. It's unknown if his death was
a result of war injuries. Son of John King Edwards, brother of
James William Cartwright Edwards.
|Carter, John Harmon
||Aug. 28, 1829
||Oct. 1, 1890
||John was born
in Tennessee and in 1848 he married Mary Frances (1827
? 1852). He married a second time to Eliza Ann Moss (1839 - 1874), and finally he married Marinda Holmes (1845 ? 1890).
|| Corporal in
the 22nd Texas Infantry in Ark. & LA.1862-1865
John Walter Raleigh
||Jul 6, 1845
||Dec 12, 1923
||Born in Louisiana, in
1873 he married Josephine Victoria Timmerman (1854 Ala. ? died Rapides Parish, La.).
Following Josephine's death Mr. Jones married Lucy Cordelia Stanley (1879 ? 1961). He was first married to Mary Glover.
||Enlisted at Port
Bolivar near Minden, La. in the 4th Louisiana Battery, Shelley
Battalion & McMahon's Battalion's in the Infantry & Artillery,
Cameron's Battery, and Col. Ike Harrison's Battalion, CSA.
He was discharged in Marshall, Texas 22 May 1865.
|| 20th Battalion, Alabama
Light Artillery, Co. A,B and Alabama Cavalry
||Born in Erie Co., NY
Married on 19 Jul 1874 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Martha Elizabeth Tillman (1835-1919).
||Enlisted as a Private on 1 March 1862 in William E. Simpson's Co G, 17th Regiment
Texas Cavalry, CSA. He was
elected a 2nd Lieutenant 5 Jul 1861. According to his
Confederate Discharge he was 5 foot, 9 inches, fair complexion,
hazel eyes, and sandy hair. He was discharged 16 Jul 1862
probably due to disability by Lt. Col. S. B. Hendricks, 17th
|McPeek, John A. Sr.
||Born in Cobb
Co., Georgia, he married Sarah Ann Wade (1834-1856) on 31 Dec 1852 in Georgia.
Following her death he married 27 Jan 1858 to Martha A. Hurt (1838 ? 1873).
On 22 Jun 1873 in Upshur Co., Texas he married Jensey Elizabeth McGuffin (1838 ? 1916).
He was approved for a Confederate Veteran's Pension on 28 Feb
1910 frmo Upshur Co., Tx. On 15 Oct 1911 Jensy Petty was
approved for a Confederate Widow's pension out of Upshur Co.,
||Company G, 17th Texas Cavalry, CSA (Moores Regiment). Fought on 12 May 1863 at Raymond, MS., Fought 19 Sep 1863 at
Chickamauga, GA., , Battle of Lookout Mountain 24 Nov 1863, on
22 Jul 1864 at Atlanta, GA., on 29 Nov 1864 at Spring Hill,
TN., on 30 Nov 1864 at Franklin, TN., on 16 Dec 1864 at
|Petty, James Willis "Sam"
|| Company K, 19th Texas Infantry in Quitman. On 17th Mar 1862
he joined Co. B, 26th Cavalry in which his brother Thomas M.
Petty was also a Private. He suffered wounds during the
Battle of Mansfield and during a furlough died from those
|Ross, Hugh Menenol "Huey"
A 27th Tn Vol
|Turner, Elijah Mack
||Born in Illinois, he married 20 Sep 1853 in Marshall Co.,
Tenn. to Parthenia Caroline Flenniken (1834 ?
into Co. B, 18th Texas Infantry CSA, Company H in at Jefferson,
Texas and served as a Corporal.
| Wilson, James C
||Co C 3rd Ala Cav
| Winn, Robert B
Tn Calv CSA
| Johnson, George Washington
||7 Oct 1847
||Born in Troup
Co., Georgia, He married in 1871 to Sarah Z. Johnson (1852-1938)
||Co. I, Capt. J. M. Sprat's 14th Texas Infantry,
CSA, as witnessed by J. M. Sprat on his application for a pension.
On 31 Aug 1909 he was approved for a Confederate Veteran's Pension
from Upshur Co., Texas.
||Jun 15, 1834
||Nov 30, 1918
Florence, Alabama, he married 25 Nov 1865 in Marshall Co.,
Miss. to Sarah Volusia Baugh.
Marshall Co., Miss. in Aug 1861 and was Company Sergeant the Co. H,
2nd Mississippi Partisan Rangers, also known as Ballentine's
Mississippi Regiment Cavalry, which united with William Jackson's 7th
(Duckworth's) Tennessee Cavalry. He surrendered with his
regiment in Selma, Alabama in May 1865. On 1 Sep 1913 he was
approved for a Confederate Veteran's Pension from Upshur Co., Texas.
|Stevens, William H
||Mar 16 1921
||Born in NC, he married 19 Dec 1867 to Virginia E. "Jennie" Shipp (1846 ? 1932).
F 17th & 18th Mississippi Cav CSA
| Ford, Alexander Polk
||May 15, 1834
||Feb 13, 1899
Georgia, He married Eliza J. Hall (1843 ? 1894)
||Sergeant in the Upshur
Guards, 6th Texas Brigade, 6th District, under Capt. Raleigh S. Camp,
CSA. He served in Co. F, Texas
13th Regiment Volunteers Infantry (Moseley's
Artillery Battery) and assigned to the Western
District of Texas, Trans-Mississippi Department. On 18 Mar
1864 he re-enlisted as a Private, 3rd Class, at Camp McCulloch, Co. C,
1st Texas Regiment, 2nd Brigade.
| Ford, James P.
||Jan 28, 1840
||Feb 16, 1892
Alabama, he married Prescia A. Hopson (1843 ? 1920)
||Co. F & S, 17th Texas Cavalry
Regiment (Moore's Regiment)
Spartanburg, SC, he married in Gordan, Ga.
on 15 Sep 1867 to Nancy
Rebekah Guthrie (1847 ? 1916 (headstone)
who is buried in Sturdivant Cemetery in Palo Pinto County, Tx.
|| Company E, 40th Infantry Regiment Georgia,
CSA. He was listed as a prisoner of war on Aug. 13, 1864,
in the defense of Atlanta, Ga. and was released on June 11,
1865, from Camp Chase, Ohio.
| Perdue, William Wesley
||Dec. 14, 1814
||Dec. 2, 1896
||Born in Jefferson Co., Ga., on 15 Jan 1846 in Russell Co., Ala.
he married Mary Ann Bridges (1827 ? 1875).
||Enlisted in Company I, Georgia 28th
Infantry Regiment on 10 Sep 1861. Mustered out on 15 May
1864 at Petersburg, VA.
|Gilmer City - Old
|Aaron, William H.
||Jan 3, 1832
||Jun 6, 1889
||Born in Tennessee, he married Tennessee Ferguson (1837 ? 1920).
later a 2nd Lieutenant, Co. I, 14th Regiment, Texas Infantry
Alexander, J. L.
Republic of Texas Army Veteran
|Dec 2, 1812
||Jul 22, 1894
|| Born in Miss., he married Clarissa A. Alexander (1822-1889).
||Co. D 23rd
Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Gould's) It appears he served in
the Army of the Republic of Texas Militia 3rd Bridgade under
Capt. J. E. Hamilton from 1839 also.
|Alred, B. K.
||Sep 17, 1815
||Aug 4, 1878
||Born in Hall Co., Ga., he
married Mary Caroline Barnwell (1825 ? 1893).
|| Company D, 1st Infantry Regiment Georgia enlisted on 10 Apr 1864.
|Barnwell, Thomas E
|| Born in Calhoun Co., Alabama, he
married 1866 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Maranda Jane Thompson (1843 ? 1927).
|| Co. B, Cobb's Legion, 9th Georgia Cavalry
|Bassett, John Newton
||Mar 9, 1825
||Nov 9, 1885
||Born in Troup Co., Georgia, He married 25 Dec 1849 in Troup Co., Ga. to Lucy Jane Stoker (1832 ? 1901).
||Co. L, 15th
Regiment Alabama Infantry
|Beasley, Stephen W.
||Mar 12, 1872
Confederate Army, 10th Texas Cavalry, Co. F., enlisted in
Upshur Co., Texas--Blacksmith
| Black, George H.
||Oct 23, 1838
||Born in Jackson
Co., Ga., in 1867 married Olivia F. Seymore (1850 ? 1921).
|| Co. G, 16th Georgia Infantry
| Bolles, Charles Eber
||Mar 7, 1819
||Oct 31, 1900
||Born in Mobile, Ala. he married Virginia Hubbard , and following
her death in 1865 Isabella G. Freeman born about 1840.
||Co. A., Joe
Taylor's Texas Batallion and 1st Battalion Cavalry,
Texas State Troops. On Oct 13, 1899 he
applied for a Confederate Veteran's Pension from Upshur Co.,
Texas which was approved. His widow, Isabelle, also
applied for a Confederate widow's Pension after his death as
well approved 16 Feb 1903.
| Boyd, James Walter Sr.
||Nov 1, 1827
||Dec 18, 1907
Montgomery Co., Ala., he married on 19 Aug 1848 in Texas
to Margaret E. Moseley (1832 ? 1901).
||Co. C, 22nd
Infantry Regiment Texas
| Buie, John Dixon
||Oct 16, 1834
||Jul 22, 1916
|| Born in Robeson, NC, he
married 28 Jul 1881 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Francis Abigail Bruner (1856 ? 1928)
|| NC Pvt Co H 5th Regt Inf CSA
Bussey, Hezekiah K.
|Sep 10, 1833
||Mar 14, 1892
||Born in Georgia he married Mary Jane Alexander (1837 ? 1897).
|| Co. C. 22nd Texas Infantry
| Camp, Dr. William S.
|| Jun 26, 1829
||Sep 25, 1880
||Born in Scotland Neck, Halifax, NC, on 19 Nov 1856 in Memphis, Tn. he married Mary J. Humphrey (1834 ? 1922).
|| Enlisted in Marshall, Texas as a 2nd
Lieutenant in Company G, Col. David S. Terry's Texas Cavalry
| Chandler, Thomas Henry
|| Apr 20, 1845
||Apr 25, 1923
||Born in Carroll Co., Georgia, he
married Emma Josephine Peteet (1853 ? 1928). "Here Lies a Soldier Tried and True--He Loved His Lord and
His Country Too."--from his Headstone
|| Co. F, 19th Georgia Infantry, Colquitt's
Brigade and Co. B 10th Georgia Cavalry from 1861-1865. On
5-21-23 his widow applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension
which was approved.
|Childress, John Armstrong
|| May 13, 1813
||Jan 14, 1882
||Born in Virginia, he married May 1842 in Newton Co., Ga. to Hettie Downs (1823 ? 1903).
Cavalry (2nd Mounted Rifles)
| Christian, Rev. John R.
|| Jan 30, 1835
||Jun 16, 1918
||Born in the Edgefield Dist., SC, he married Sarah J. "Sallie" Stillwell (1834 -
|| Co. G, 11th Texas Infantry under Capt. G. H.
L. Stillwell and Col. O.M. Roberts and Generals Randell and
Walker. He was wounded in the Battle of Battle of Opelousas on Wednesday, October 21, 1863 which led eventually to his discharge in 1864. On 27 Aug
1914 he applied for a Confederate Veteran's Pension from Upshur
Co., Tx. and was approved.
| Clampitt, Elisha Galveston
|| 1 Jan
||14 Jun 1911
||Born in Blount Co., Ala., e married 11 Oct 1863 in Titus Co., Tx. to Nancy Jane Whiteside (1840 ? 1926).
|| Co. E, 23rd Texas Cavalry. On 30 Mar 1907 he was approved
for a Confederate Veteran's Pension. On 19 Jun 1911 his
widow applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension.
| Crawford, John Warren
|| Tn Pvt Co D 22nd Regt CSA Inf
| Crosby, John E.
||Aug 7, 1835
||Feb 14, 1921
||Born in Ga., he married Julia Ann Wilkinson/Wilkerson (1836 ?
||Co. B, 7th Texas Infantry
| Crow, David Franklin "Frank"
||Oct 18, 1846
||May 24, 1926
||Born in Russell Co., Alabama.
On 11 Dec 1870 in Clarke Co., Ala. he married Emma R. Cox (born
1853 Clarke Co., the daughter of Reuben Cox and Martha Harris
"Patsy" Cox. Following her death he married 4 Apr 1902 to Calledonia "Callie" (born 1861 Miss.)
||Enlisted 1861 at Camp Flournoy, Wood Co.,
Tx., Capt. Charles D. McKnight Co., 3rd Texas Regiment
| Culberson, James Isaac "Dugger"
|| Feb 4, 1848
|| May 12, 1901
||Born in Ga., he
married on 26 Dec 1878 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Overton (Ovie) Denton (1860 ? 1935)
||Co. I, Evans's
Battalion. On 27 Jan 1926 his widow applied for a
Confederate Widow's Pension from Upshur Co., Tx. He was a
Courier and a Guard at the Federal POW Camp at Camp Ford in
|| 3 May 1837
||Dec 3, 1932
||Born in Hamilton, Tenn., in 1860 in Wood Co., Tx. he married Mary Rutledge (1841 ? 1910).
|| Pvt. Co. I, 10Th Texas Infantry, C.S.A.
||Aug 15, 1840
||Jan 6, 1916
||Born in Pittsylvania Co., Pa., he married Bertha Ann Odom (1842 ? 1923)
|| CO G 17TH REG. TEXAS CALVARY C. S. A
| Fields, Joseph Walton,
||Feb 17, 1849
||Jan 5, 1896
|| Born in Texas, married Henrietta H. Fields (1849-1929)
||Co. K, 7th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (7th
| Floyd, The Rev. John H.
||May 30, 1920
|| Born in Talbot Co., Ga., married three times and was widowed
twice. Married first to Annie L. (25 Mar 1838 Ga. ? 17 Aug 1894
Tx, buried Lafayette Cem., Upshur Co., Tx.) Second
marriage to Sallie (24 Feb 1861 Tx ? 24 Oct 1906 Tx,
buried Soules Chapel Cem., Upshur Co.). Third marriage
was in Jan 1910 to Sadie E. Dyer born about 1866 in
Grainger Co., Tennessee.
||Co. C, 50th Tennessee
Regiment Infantry and surrendered in April 1865 in Talladega,
Ala. to the Federals. On 26 Jan 1914 he applied for a
Confederate Veteran's Pension.
| Floyd, John W.
||Oct 14, 1847
||Oct 31, 1901
|| Born in Meriwether Co., Ga., he married Eugenia Greer Floyd
Jan 1861 in the Savannah Blues, 8th Texas Brigade under Capt.
| Ford, Dr. Henry F.,
||Oct 6, 1825
||Jan 25, 1898
|| Born in Madison Co., Alabama, On 21 Feb 1866 he
married Ellen E. Foster 1832 ? 1857).
After Ellen's death he married Emily C. Ford (1833-1921).
||Captain of the
Calloway Independent Company, 6th District of Upshur County,
Texas State Troops
| Goode, Augustine B.
||Jan 17, 1848
Hazlehurst, Copiah Co., Miss, he married M. V. Goode (born 1863
||Co. E, 4th Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry.
|Greer, Samuel Jeffries
||Aug 19, 1840
||Mar 30, 1881
in Union Co., S.C., he married Isabella Jane Boren (1847 ? 1896).
||Enlisted 16 Sep 1861
in Quitman, Wood Co., Tx. at Camp Flournoy in Capt. John W.
Wilson's 3rd Regiment, Texas State Troopers where he trained
and then served in Co. B, 10th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Locke's).
Co., S.C., he married Adeline Jefferies (1822 ?
||Enlisted 16 Sep 1861
in Quitman, Wood Co., Tx. at Camp Flournoy in Capt. John W.
Wilson's 3rd Regiment, Texas State Troopers where he trained
| Hart, William H.
||Jan 20, 1816
||Feb 12, 1888
||Born in NC, he
married 4 Nov 1841 in Harrison Co., Tx. to Mary Evaline Kelsey (1823 ? 1906).
He was one of the first settlers of East Texas and built the
first cabin in present Gilmer, Texas.
1 Jul 1861 and served as a 3rd Lieutenant in Cedar Hill Cavalry
Company, 13th Brigade.
|Hefner, Crawford Sylvanus
||Jan 5, 1830
||Ap 22, 1905
||Born in Buncombe, NC, he
married in 1855 in Concord, Upshur Co., Tx. to Matilda A
"Mat" Truitt Dean (1837-1908).
||Co. I, 14th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Clark's)
|Hockersmith, John Mason
||Oct 1, 1828
||Born in Russellville, Logan Co., Ky, he married Catherine Louisa Hynson (1835 ? 1916). In 1880 he became Mayor of Tyler, Smith
Co., Texas. He died in Glenwood, Pike Co., Ark.
||Trained in Regiment, Texas State Troops and
then was Sergeant in Company D, 15th Texas Infantry Regiment.
His widow applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension from
|Johnson, Frederick Jeremiah
in Tenn., married to Priscilla Perkins Johnson (born about 1836
||Grave marker from 1900 is marked "C.S.A."
Trained under Capt. John Miller, Company for Harrison Co., 14th
Regiment, then enlisted in 6th Brigade
|Johnson, Robert M.
||Dec 11, 1849
||May 1, 1928
in Georgia, he married Elizabeth Germany Darden (1853 ? 1908)
||Co. F, 19th Regiment, Texas
|Johnson, William R.
||Jan 20, 1818
||Feb 14, 1897
|| Born in Oglethorpe Co., Ga., he married Mary Ann Elizabeth Day (1827 ? 1876). After Mary's death he married Laura Hopkins born about 1842.
||Trained under Capt. John Miller, Company
for Harrison Co., 14th Regiment and was 3rd Sergeant, then
enlisted in Co. C, TX 19th Infantry Regiment.
2nd Lieutenant Co. G, Liken's 35th Texas Cavalry of the Confederate Army.
||Sep 18, 1830
||Jan 15, 1918
||Born in Elbert Co., Ga., in 1860 in Upshur Co., Tx.
he married Susan C Deene born about 1842.
On 9 Nov 1891 in Dallas Co., Tx. he married
||Enlisted in Denton Co., Tx. in Co
E 23rd TX Cavalry CSA from 1861 to 1865.
He applied for a Confederate Pension 25 Jan 1909.
| Leland, John Dudley
|| 8 June 1841
|| 14 August 1922
in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, he married 25 Aug 1869 in Jefferson,
Marion Co., Tx. to Laura Janie Sims (1852 ? 1942).
||1st Lieutenant, Co. F/ Company H, 5th Alabama, Fowler's Battery & 41st Regiment, Alabama Volunteers. He
served as Adjutant and served in Pensacola, Fla. and finally was
present at Robert E. Lee's surrender in Virginia in 1865.
On 10-6-1922 his widow applied for a
Confederate Widow's Pension and was approved.
|Marshall, James Monroe
||Nov 8, 1846
||Jan 8, 1933
|| Born in Chambers Co., Ala., he married Lavina Permelia Boyd (1849 ? 1927).
||Co. D, 10th Texas Regiment, & Co. D,
W. P. Lane's Rangers, 2nd Texas Regiment Cavalry, CSA.
|Marshall, Jesse A.
||Feb 23, 1802
||Dec 27, 1879
in Wilkes Co., Ga., he
married 11 Jun 1823 in Wilkes Co., Ga. to Catherine Shaw (1806 ? 1874).
||Co. A, 11th Regiment,
|Martin, William Louis
||Oct 30, 1817
||Dec 15, 1890
in Jonesboro, Washington, Tennessee, on
4 Feb 1847 in Jefferson, Marion Co., Tx. he married Julia Buford Rogers (1829 ? 1910).
|| Company H, Texas 13th Cavalry Regiment &
in 1864 Capt. Bill George's Company C, Major Evan's Battalion
|Mathews, Henry C.
||Nov 23, 1848
||Oct 13, 1915
in Georgia, he married Mattie F. Mathews (1871-1949).
||Co. G, 45th Tennessee Infantry
|McDonald, J. W.
||Aug 15, 1839
||Oct 8, 1893
Tennessee, he appears to have been married a lady named Alice
Yeary (1852-1886 buried Enon Cemetery, Upshur Co., Tx.). He may
have been married previously who may have been parents of all
but his last child.
||Enlisted Apr 19 1861 in Marshall, Texas to
train under Capt. Samuel J. Richardson, in W. P. Lane's First Texas Partisan Ranger's,
2nd Regiment. Transferred to full Confederate Army on 23 May
||Aug 25, 1842
||Aug 26, 1905
married to Mary McGarvin is shown born 10-27-1840 Ga. and died
10-2-1910 and buried at West Mountain Cemetery, Upshur Co., Tx.
||Co. C, 7th SC Infantry Regiment, Prisoner of
War, Captured Hanover Junction, May 23, 1864 at Point Lookout
Maryland until end of war.
| McGee, Irwin Green
||Dec 8, 1809
||Nov 21, 1883
married Eliza A Power (1819 ? 1882).
||Co. E 4th
Regiment, Texas Infantry
|Miller, Thomas H.
||Feb 8, 1844
||Feb 23, 1907
Alabama, in 1868 he married Arthusa Jane Bush (1847-1915)
||Capt. Greene's Co. B, 7th Regiment, Alabama Cavalry
|Moughon, Sidney Prince
||Feb 1, 1831
||Jul 25, 1900
||Born in Ga., he married on 5 Feb
1856 in Gregg Co., Tx. to Prissela
Emeline Shipp (1832 ? 1877). On
19 Mar 1885 he married Lucinda Jane Killingsworth (1833 ? 1930).
Lt Co C 19th Regt TX Inf CSA
|Neel, David L.
||Apr 12, 1813
||Mar 11, 1894
||Married to Sarah F. Neel
||Private, Confederate Army, 10th Texas Cavalry, Co.
F., enlisted in Upshur Co., Texas
||Apr 6, 1824
||Jan 2, 1908
||Born in Bibb Co., Ala., he married Martha Parnell (1829 ? 1919)
|| Company E, 14th Cavalry Regiment Texas. Later
in Co. G,
Liken's 35th Texas Cavalry of the
||Aug 24, 1835
||Nov 18, 1907
||Born in Owentown, Owen Co., Ky., he married 14 Jan 1863 in Owentown, Owen Co., Ky. to Lucindy M. Shelton (1846 ? 1890)
|| Captain under General John H. Morgan, 2nd Kentucky Cavalry
Regiment, Duke's Regiment
|Pratt, William H.
||Dec 5, 1847
||Jun 28, 1913
||Born in Walton, Ga., in 1871 in Ga. he married Elvira Maloney (1844-1911).
||Enlisted in Company D, 1st Regulars Infantry Regiment Georgia on 28 Mar 1861.
|Ragland, Dr. William Hardin,
||Aug 22, 1813
||Dec 31, 1891
||Born in Wilson Co., Tennessee, in 1837 he married Martha Biggers Hughes (1810-1848).
||2nd Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (Smith's)
Dr. William Horace
||Aug 26, 1840
||Jul 12, 1895
|| Born in Canada, married 10 Apr 1873 to Mary V. Saunders
||Captain in Co. H, (Bates #1) 2nd Tennessee Regiment, under
Capt. W. H. Henry, and Capt. Charles P. Moore from May 1861 through
1865. He was wounded in the arm in the Battle
of Ringold Gap, Ga. on 27 Nov 1863. His widow was
approved for a Confederate Widow's Pension on 10 Oct 1910.
|Shannon, James H.
||Apr 12, 1846
||Aug 30, 1915
|| Born in Alabama, he married Bitha Shannon (1857-1936) on
14 Feb 1878 in Upshur Co., Tx.
|| Enlisted 15 May 1861 in Montgomery Co., Alabama in Co. B, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment
under Col. Seabels which later was Co. L. He was wounded in
the Battle of Seven Pines May 31 in Henrico Co., Va. and was in the
Hospital for 4 months for recovery although he had disabilities the
remainder of his life. On 30 Aug 1914 his widow applied for a
Confederate Widow's Pension.
|Smith, Hiram R.
||May 29, 1842
||Jun 19, 1883
||Enlisted at Camp
Gentry in Concord, Texas as a Private in Co. F, 2nd Texas Brigade Texas
State Troopers under Capt. Z. T. Mattingly and Gen. George W. Van Vleck
||Feb 18, 1834
||Nov 11, 1920
|| Born in Georgia, he married 17 Oct 1865 in Newton, Ga.
to Hanna Jane Christian Smith (1845-1904).
E 1st Regiment Georgia Infantry, CSA
|Stewart, Robert A.
||Jul 8, 1823
||Aug 23, 1899
|| Born in SC, he married Leathy McPeek
(1828-1905) in 1844 in DeKalb Co., Ga.
17th Texas Infantry & Co. H, Seventh (Gregg's) Infantry.
On 14 Oct 1899 his widow applied for a Confederate Widow's
Pension from Upshur Co., Tx.
Tennessee, he married Sallie A. Taylor (born about Apr 1850
K 27th Tn Inf CSA
| Walton, Tom O.
||Apr 5, 1832
||Mar 11, 1890
in Upshur Co., Tx. in 1868 he married in Upshur Co., Tx. to
Mary (1851 ? 1876) and on 24 Dec 1877 in Upshur Co., Tx. he married Otho Lee McNairy (1855 ? 1926)
||Co. D, Tenth
Cavalry (Locke's Regiment) and served as Ordinance
Sergeant. In the 1870's and 1880's he was Postmaster for Gilmer,
Texas. On 30 Aug 1862 the Confederate Congress issued a Resolution of
Thanks to the 10th Cavalry in reference to it's service in the Battle
of Richmond, Kentucky communicated to T. O. Walton as Regimental
Ordinance Sergeant. Congressional Citation to T. O. Walton
Erickson "Gus" Warren, born in
Missouri, he married on 11 Jan 1859 in Tyler Smith Co.,
Tx. to Aretta Rush (1838-1923).
||Originally a 1st Lieutenant in Co. I, M. T.
Johnson's Regiment, 14th Texas Cavalry, CSA. Later joined
and was elected Captain in Liken's Co. G, 35th Texas
Cavalry of the Confederate Army organized in Upshur County,
Texas and served from 1861 to 1865. He was paroled on 11 Jul
1865 in Marshall, Harrison Co., Texas. On 22 Jun 1899
his wife applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension from Smith Co.,
|White, Charles Bartlett
||May 14, 1842
||Sep 29, 1899
Anderson, S.C., In 1861 in SC he
married Mary Elmina Sargent (1843 Pickens, S.C. ? 1930 Hopkins Co., Tx.).
||Co. L, Moore's Regiment,
4th SC Volunteers and 12th SC and served from 1861 to 1865.
In Oct 1899 he was approved for a Confederate Pension and on 22
Mar 1901 his widow was approved for a Confederate Widow's Pension.
| Willeford, John W.
||Feb 22, 1836
||Born in Giles
Co., Tn., he married 4 Sep 1866 in Lynnville, Giles Co.,
Tn. to Lucy Ann Sands (1843-1912)
||Tenn. CSA, unit not found
|Williams, Richard W.
||Dec 18, 1847
||Apr 18, 1921
Edgefield, SC, he married in 1871 to Harriett Caldwell Porter (1853 ? 1936)
||Co. B, 11th SC Reserves &
Co. C, 3rd SC State Troops, 4th Infantry
||Oct 7, 1842
||Jan 25, 1882
Grainger, Tennessee, he married 16 Aug 1867 in Lee, Va. to Sarah J Speak (1845 ? 1872 both in Rose Hill, Lee Co., Va.). On 12 Jun 1873
in Gilmer, Upshur Co., Tx. he married Mary Patman Weaver (1850 Palmetto,
Campbell Co., Ga. ? 1922 Wilburton, Latimer, Oklahoma)
|| Company B, 2nd Cavalry Regiment Tennessee (Ashby's)
|Woodfin, James Newton
||Jun 3, 1847
||Apr 26, 1923
Rutherford Co., Tenn., he
married Mary E. Woodfin (1853-1898)
|| Company H, 9th Infantry Regiment Texas
|Glade Creek Cemetery
|Foster, Adam Robertson
|| Dec 6, 1835
||Jun 23, 1902
||Born in Georgia, he married 21
Feb 1856 to Nancy Emmaline Jones (1834 ? 1912)
||Enlisted 26 Aug 1862 in
Co. A, 21st Regiment Volunteer Infantry, Campbell County Guards.
| Darnell, William Henry
||Nov 28 1924
|| Born in
to Joan McKinley Williams for
supplying this name and information.
|Davis, Jessie A. L.
||Oct. 22, 1836
||Oct. 18, 1914
||Pvt Co C 19 TX Inf CSA
|Driggers, John W.
||Nov. 28, 1878
||Born in SC, he married 14 Jul 1842 in Pike Co., Ala. to Nancy D. Boutwell (1827? 1914).
||Co. B, 53rd,
| Barnaby, J. H.
||Dec 18, 1923
Enlisted August 1861 in Captain Elijah Bishop's Reserve Company
Navarro County 19th Brigade
|Cavitt, John Wesley
|| Co. I, 29th Texas Calvary Confederate
|King, Adolphus E.
||Nov 16, 1821
||Jan 16, 1900
||Enlisted in the Confederate Army in Co. K, 23rd Regiment
of North Carolina Volunteers in the Spring of 1861. His
widow applied for a Confederate Widows Pension on 23 Aug 1913 from
Upshur Co., Tx. as "Mrs. C.V. King"
and she received the pension until her death on 18 Dec. 1939 in
Rosewood, Upshur Co., Tx.
|Knight, Thomas Jefferson
||Jun 22, 1827
||Jan 31, 1892
||He enlisted in the Confederate Army on 1
March 1862 in Gilmer under THOMAS J. JOHNSON as part of Co. G.,
17th Tx. Cavalry, MOORE'S Reg. Took part in numerous battles including Arkansas Post, Missionary Ridge, Chickamauga, & Battle of Lookout Mt.TN. Following the war he never returned to the Enon
church which split along lines for and against secession from the
|Schrum, Elisha Sr.
||Feb 25, 1837
||Jul 26, 1923
||Elisha enlisted in the Civil War in
Upshur Co., Tx. in Co. D, 10th Texas Cavalry (Locke's) and served from Sep 1861 to Jun
1865. He was captured by the Yankees in the Battle of
Chickamauga on 19 Sep 1863. His wife applied for a
Confederate Pension for his service on 2 Aug 1909 from Upshur Co.,
|Shrum, Sgt. Jacob
||Jul 22, 1830
||Mar 14, 1871
Private in Co. G, 17th Regiment, 17th Texas
Cavalry (Moore's) in the Civil War. Ranked out as a Sergeant
|Wade, Joseph Berrry
||Jul 17, 1815
||Jul 17, 1877
||821 Georgia Militia & Confederate Army "Home Guard" for Lumpkin
Co., Ga during the Civil War. By 1864 a tax document shows he
suffered also from deafness as a result of his war service. His
son Whitfield told his grandson Harvey S. Wade that he and his
Dad, Joseph, slept out on the cold hills of Georgia for months
on end during the Civil War protecting residents from "hog
backs" or deserters and Yankees on the Tennessee/Georgia border
which is a high altitude.
|Wade, Whitfield Anthony
||Nov 23, 1847
||Jan 23, 1928
Guard Militia CSA (Home Guard for Lumpkin County, Ga.)
||Jul 4, 1862
||Sep 10, 1912
||Served the Confederacy in Company “G”
of the Florida Regiment, Infantry, from March 1862
till captured July 23, 1864, Exchanged March 04, 1865 at
| Williams, Paschal K.
||Nov 27, 1819
||Sep 28, 1886
Bugler Co G 17 Regt TX Cav CSA
| Anderson, Corp. Samuel Patton
||Mar 19, 1845
||Jan 6, 1923
||Corporal, Co. F, 16th Tennessee Infantry
|Bell, Joseph Henry
||May 6, 1819
||Aug 2, 1905
||In the Civil War Joseph and his son, Joseph Jr. enlisted in the
Confederate Army in Ramsey's 1st Regiment, Co. H out of Dahlonega.
Our information shows Joseph Henry Bell Sr. enlisted 8 May 1862 in
Augusta, Ga. in Co. A., White Battalion of Partisans by Capt.
Whiteford D. Russell. This Subsequently became Co. A., 21st
Georgia Battalion Cavalry. He is shown in papers as a Wagon
Master. Joseph Henry Bell Jr. enlisted 1 Nov 1862 and the two
Bells served together. 11 June 1864 both Joseph Sr. and Jr. were
captured in the Battle of Trevillian Station along with 180 others
in the batallion. 1600 from both sides died in the battle that day
including Capt. Russell who signed Joseph Bell in when he
enlisted. They were taken 20 June 1864 to Point Lookout, Md. as
POW's and on July 25th transferred to Elmira, New York where they
were kept until the end of the war. Joseph Jr. worked as a cook's
helper and was able to steal food to give to his father to help
keep him alive. The Yankees had cut rations to only bread and
water and 2, 963 of 12,123 Confederates died by war's end in the
POW camp. Joseph Sr. was paroled March 2, 1865 to the James River,
just south of Richmond. From there he was taken by rail to
Richmond and admitted to General Hospital #9 on March 6th. The
following day he was transferred to the Jackson hospital where he
stayed until at least the 16th although no other records are shown
after that date. No information on Joseph Jr. but presumed paroled
on same date.
|Bouknight, D. H. E.
||Apr 14, 1835
||Feb 25, 1913
||Born in Lexington Dist., SC, in 1855 married Priscilla Busby
|| Co. B 7th Gregg's Texas Infantry
Regiment Johnson's Guards
||Jan 6, 1842
||Jul 21, 1919
|| Born in Lexington, S.C. he was married to Eliza Jemima Dailey
|| Enlisted 22 Feb 1862 in Sulphur Springs, Tx.
in K, 11th
Regiment, Texas Infantry (Roberts'). Co. G, Liken's 35th Texas Cavalry
of the Confederate Army. Was discharged due to deafness.
|Bullard, Charles Lee
||Mar 28, 1847
||Feb 2, 1925
|| Born in Campbell, Ga., Married about 1873 to Frances L. Busby
(1853-1884) of Campbell Co., Ga..
|| Co. F., Miller's Regiment
having enlisted in 1864 in Shreveport, La. -- was in Cavalry
but dismounted following day per widow's pension application.
|Bullard, William Thomas
(Civil War Photo)
|Mar 8, 1845
||Oct 3, 1925
||Born in Ga., married to Josephine Busby
(1855-1896) and in 1905 married again to Rebecca Elizabeth
TX Calvery CSA
|Bullock, Ransom Lamon Sr.
||Oct 22, 1842
||Mar 2, 1925
||Born in Barber Co., Ala., on
20 Mar 1872 in Barbour Co., Ala. he married Amanda E. Jones (1850 ? 1929).
||Enlisted in Clayton,
Ala. in the Confederate Army Co. B, 39th Alabama
Regiment and Co. H, 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment.
|Busby, James Hilliard
|| Born in Lexington, S. C. married 25 Nov 1852 in S.C. to
Rebecca Frances Bouknight (1833 ? 1879)
|Busby, John W
|Oct 20, 1831
||Aug 19, 1907
|| Born in Lexington, S. C. On 13 Sep 1855 in Upshur County,
Texas John W married Matilda A. Stinson (1831-1903).
|| CSA--10 Nov 1861 Mustered into
Co. G, 7th Texas Infantry Regiment. He was also in Co. K,
11th Texas Infantry. 16 Feb 1862 he was a
Prisoner of War at Fort Donelson, Tennessee and the record
shows he was admitted to Yankee Prison Hospital, Camp Douglas,
Illinois, July 1, 1862, for sickness and then returned to duty,
July 10, 1862 and again admitted to the Prison Hospital, July
2, 1862, and August 11, 1862.
|Busby, Wade A
||Aug 27, 1929
||Born 18 miles
from Columbia (per his Confederate Pension Application), Lexington Dist, South Carolina
|| Corporal, Co. H, 3rd South Carolina Infantry Regiment,
Kershaw's Brigade, Longstreet's Corps, Army of Northern
Virginia, CSA. Was wounded twice and in the
hospital more than 2 years. Returned to serve as a cook
and couldn't walk much the remainder of the war (per his
Pension Applciation). Surrendered at Bermuda Hundred, Va.
at close of war.
|Carroll, Stephen Glynn
in Chatham, Jackson Parish, La. in 1860 to Susan Celia Bullard
(1844 ? 1901).
F 14th Regt Tx Inf CSAStephen
enlisted in Company F (Yankee Routers), 14th Texas Infantry.
Mustered in as Private on January 16, 1862 at Pittsburg, Texas
for 12 months. Promoted to 3rd Corporal subsequent to October
31, 1862. October ? December 1862 absent sick. Present or
accounted for January ? April 1863. Reduced to ranks prior to
May 1863. Absent on furlough May ? June 1863. Absent without
leave July 1863 ? February 1864. No further records. He fought
in the Battle of Nashville and and the Battle of Yellow Bayou,
Louisiana. Susan applied for and received a widow's pension
(#04022) in Upshur County, Texas.
| Cochran, W. M.
||Sep 20, 1842
||Mar 4, 1908
||Born & died
in Upshur Co., Texas, he married Malinda Adeline "Addie"
|| Private in Co. G, 19th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Burford's).
|Earp, Captain Alex
||Mar 5, 1920
||Born in Alabama, 1895-1896 served
as Upshur County Commissioner. Married Mary Ethel Decker
||Captain, Confederate Army, 10th Texas Cavalry, Co.
D, enlisted in Upshur Co., Texas
|Earp, Colonel Cullin Redwine
||Aug 8, 1828
||Oct 16, 1865
||Veteran of the Mexican War. He enlisted 6 May 1847 at
Huntsville, Alabama and was assigned to Company "H" 13th
Regiment of the U.S. Infantry. He was a Private and was
mustered out on 15 July 1848.
Private, Confederate Army, 10th Texas Cavalry, Co. D, enlisted in
Upshur Co., Texas. 1st Lt. Elected Lt. Col. He married Harriet Emeline Dunkley Vredenburgh, (1827 Ala.
- 1909 Rusk Co., Tx.)
|Gaston, John C.
||Apr 11, 1849
||Jul 31, 1925
||Born in Jasper Co., Ga., he
married Nancy Elizabeth Nichols (1849-1933)
||Co. D, 14th
Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Johnson's Mounted Volunteers)
||Jan 10, 1835
||Dec 21, 1909
Martin's Regiment, Texas Cavalry (5th Partisan Rangers)
|Jolly, General Noble
||Feb 12, 1848
||May 14, 1925
||Born in NC, in 1871 he married Mary E. Noble (1845 ? 1929).
||7th Texas Cavalry
Brigade, Border's Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Anderson's),
|Jones, John D.
||Jul 18, 1919
||Born in Wadesboro, Anson Co, North Carolina, on
24 Dec 1870 he married in Booneville, Prentiss Co. to Nancy Jane Holcombe (1852 ? 1893)
||Served in the
Mississippi Infantry but there were several John D. Jones in
different units so it has been impossible to determine which
|Kennedy, George Washington
||Dec 20, 1848
||Feb 20, 1888
||Born in Ga., on 16 Feb 1869 in Ga., he married Sarah Elizabeth Alice Still (1853 ?
||Co. E, 3rd Battalion, Georgia Infantry
|Latch, Lewis Anderson "Daddy"
||Dec 7, 1844
||Oct 29, 1938
|| death certificate Famous Upshur Sheriff, rode with the Jesse James Gang and known
as "Old Jack" as part of ex-Confederate soldiers after War
Between the States and later became Sheriff who rode a white
horse. Married to Lanora G. Bullard
||CSA-buried with full Confederate
|Long, John M.
||Aug 30, 1836
||Apr 22, 1904
Arkansas, in 1864 in Upshur Co., Tx. he married Presia Long
||Co. D, 10th Texas Cavalry from 1861 to
|Long, Mathew S.
||Feb 24, 1822
||Oct 21, 1906
Tennessee, on 19 Nov 1846 in Harrison Co., Tx., he married Elizabeth E. West (1832 ? 1905).
||Co. G, Terry's
Regiment, Texas Cavalry
|Mathis, Joseph DeKalb
||Jul 11, 1839
||Nov 24, 1905
||Born in Hardeman Co., Tennessee, he married 30 Mar 1865 in
Upshur County to wife #1 Martha Jane Gaston (1846-1899).
(wife #2 M E Lizzie Steelman Mathis Smith)
||Company D, 10th Texas
Confederate Cavalry serving with father William B. Mathis who
was Sgt. & brothers William Nicholas Mathis & Jacob Lewis
Mathis, all in the same company.
|Odom, Thomas James
||Jun 21, 1849
||Mar 18, 1885
|| Born in Vernon, Jackson Parish, La., he married 3 Dec 1868 in Peoria, Tx.
to Sarah Jane Turner (1850 Gatesville, Tx.
? 1939 Paris, Tx.)
||Co. B, 16th Battalion, Louisiana Infantry
(Confederate Guards Response Battalion)
|Steelman, John Allison
||Feb 5, 1841
||Feb. 28, 1895
Surry, NC, he married Harriet Matilda Gaston (1844 ? 1891).
D 10 TX Cav CSA
|Thomas, Jacob A.
||Born in Ga.,
he married in 1874 to Cora E.
||Co. D &
E, 6th Regiment, Alabama Cavalry, C. S. A.
||Born in Ala., about 1860 he married Ellen Northington (1838 ? 1888)
||During the Civil War he enlisted in
Mobile, Ala. in Co. C, 1st Louisiana Cavalry, CSA. He was
captured in battle in Farmington, Tenn. on 6 Oct 1863 and sent
to Yankee Priosn in Louisville, Ky and forwarded through the
prisons finally to Point Lookout Maryland in 1865. He was
paroled 14 Feb 1865 there.
|Welborn, James C.
||Nov 29, 1810
||Aug 6, 1875
||Born in SC, he married
Catherine W.elborn (1816-1897). His name is variously
listed as Wilburn
||Co. C, TX 22nd Texas Infantry Regiment (Hubbard's), CSA
||Dec 25, 1848
||Mar 16, 1925
||H/o Julia H
| McKnight, Andrew Jackson
||Feb 16, 1918
Martha A Wood; S/o Oza Collins
McKnight & Rosanner M Esmond
|| Co I
15th Mississippi Infantry
| Slater, Joseph Alexander
||Nov 29, 1842
||Apr 16, 1930
||8th La Inf---taken prisoner at Gettysburg
|Sullivan, Thomas A
|Oct 27, 1838
||Jul 25, 1916
||C S A
||Feb 6, 1843
||Dec 17, 1916
||Submitted by JoAnn McBride
| Black, Thomas J.
||Apr 3, 1824
||Aug 10, 1877
||Born in Jackson
Co., Ga., he married 13 Jan 1848 in Fulton Co., Ga. to Mary Jane Camp ( born about 1831). Following Mary's death he married in 1870 in
Upshur Co., Tx. to Sarah L. Montgomery (1828 ? 1895)
||Thomas J. Black served in Co. G, 16th
Georgia Infantry in the Civil War under Capt. A.C. Thompson
with his brother George H. Black.
| Couch, John Marion
||Jul 29, 1832
||Apr 27, 1891
||Born in Laurens, SC, he
married 10 Feb 1850 in Kingston, Bartow Co., Ga. to Mary Jane Kay (1834 SC ? 1901
Kaufman Co., Tx.)
||Co. D 33rd Arkansas Infantry.
Because of his abilities in iron and wood he worked in the
Confederate shop in Arkadelphia, Arkansas.
| Gregory, Jonathan P
Tenn., he married in 1829 in Ala. to Artemisia "Missa" (1806 ?
Army, 10th Texas Cavalry, Co. F., enlisted in Upshur Co., Texas.
| McCurdy, John FHM
|| 23 April 1817
|| Born in Anderson District, SC died in
Upshur County, Tx.
||Third Lieut. Georgia State Militia
| Sewell, Henry Levi
||Sep 3, 1845
||Feb 5, 1918
||Born in Franklin Co., Ga., he
married 29 May 1873 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Ora Alice Griffin (1855 ? 1888).
Following Ora's death he married Ada Lee Howell (1870-1952)
Co. D 11th Ga Cavalry, CSA
|Apr 22, 1835
||Oct 20, 1914
|| Born 22 in Anderson County, South
Carolina the son of John McCullough Spratt (1808 ? 1885) and
Elizabeth Anna Massey (1811 ? 1884). He died in Lafayette, Upshur,
Company I, 14th Texas Infantry
|Stanley, William H
B 17 Ala Inf CSA
|Little Mound Cemetery
| Johnson, Christopher B
|| 12 Dec 1832
|| 27 May 1887
|| Husband of Confederate Heroine Emma Sansom
||Co I 10th Reg Ala Inf
|Johnson, Emma Sansom
||15 Jun 1847
||9 Aug 1900
||Girl heroine who piloted General Forrest across Black
Creek and enabled him to capture General Chester
H Strait. Emma Sansom
Johnson bio. See photo to left of statue and
memorial to her heroic deed located in Gadsden, Alabama.
|Langford, Young Marion
||10 May 1831
||10 Sep 1916
||Born Bibb Co., Ga.
and died Old Calloway, Upshur Co., Tx.
||Served in Captain W. S. Parrott's 40th Regiment of Mississippi
Volunteers, later known as Company H along with his brother Francis Franklin Langford and 3 nephews, James
E. Langford, Philip Brady Langford, and Abner Hammond Langford. Young Marion
by the Union troops in the battle of Vicksburg, paroled July 7, 1963
and captured again on Dec. 16, 1864 near Nashville, Tennessee during
the seige of that city under Gen. John B. Hood. Transferred to the
Point Lookout, Maryland Union Prison and released June 5, 1865.
|Locust Grove Cemetery
|Haigwood, Benjamin B.
||Feb 3, 1836
||Aug 14, 1905
H 3 Ark Cav CSA (this info on seperate headstone - large)
|Johnson, William J
||Mar 25, 1822
||Aug 5, 1906
G 35 Regt CSA TX
|Ray, Thomas J
||Oct 12, 1842
||Jul 29, 1932
||H/o Mary L Johnson
I 35th Regt Tx Cav CSA TX
|Stewart, James B
||Jan 13, 1835
||Oct 10, 1913
Lt Co H 46th Tenn Inf CSA
||July 22, 1831
||June 30, 1877
||Enlisted in Salem,
Rusk Co., Tx. in the Confederate Army, Co. F, 6th Regiment, Texas
Cavalry (Wharton, Stone's) and 7th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (7th
Mounted Volunteers). Captured Battle of Bayou Teche, La.,
April 19, 1863. Paroled Port Hudson, La., May 11, 1863.
|Lone Mountain Cemetery
||Feb. 13, 1843
|| May. 20, 1913
headstone gives birth as Feb 13, 1843 but CSA marker gives birth as
Feb 18, 1848
PVT CO H 26 REGT ALA INF
|Cadenhead, James Martin
||Jun 17, 1829
||Dec 27, 1913
in Upson Co., Ga., on 11 Nov 1851
in Ga. he married Frances Caroline Harrison (1836 ? 1908).
|| During the Civil War he was a 1st
Lieutenant, 40th Regiment,
Mississippi Infantry. He surrendered with the Confederate
Army of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston on April 26, 1865 between
Greensboro and Raleigh, North Carolina. He applied for a
Confederate Pension from Camp Co., Texas.
||Mar 29, 1836
||Dec 18, 1909
Dist. of York, SC, and on 2
Apr 1857 in Cleveland, N.C. he married Kisiah Ann Putman (1839 ? 1870). In 1871 in Cherokee, Alabama he married Nancy Catherine Wilson (1843 ? 1880). Later he married on 14 Dec 1880 in Cleveland, NC to Flora
Hopper McDowell (1852-1919).
||Private, Co. D, 22nd Regiment Alabama Infantry,
||Mar 10, 1842
||Nov 18, 1880
in Carrollton, Carroll Co., Ga., he married Lucinda Clay Duke (1850 ? 1910).
||Co F 7 Ga Inf CSA
|Culpepper, Thomas Jefferson,
||Pvt 2ND GA Guard Cav
|Greer, William M,
||H/o Martha Virginia Greer
||Tex H G CSA
|Loyd, William A,
||Jul. 29, 1836
||Oct. 14, 1900
||H/o EC Loyd
||TX Pvt Co F 30 Rgt TX CAV
|Oliver, James Bryant,
||Jan. 1, 1823
||Dec. 26, 1903
||H/o Millie Ann Oliver
Co I 14 TX Inf CSA
|Humphreys, Darius "Drice" L.
marked with a rock)
||Born in Ark.,
he married Mary Jane Richardson Moore (born about 1835 Ky. died
1910 Upshur Co., Tx., grave marked with a rock)
||Co. F, 19th Ark. Infantry
Regiment with 2 more later Upshur Co. residents, D. J. McWhorter & John
| Denton, Blanton L
|| Pvt Co C 22 Texas Inf CSA
| Denton, James C
||Married Eliza Denton (1844 - 1926)
|| Pvt Co A 1 Texas Mtd Rifles CSA
| Denton, Jeremiah A.
||Pvt Co A 1 Texas Mtd Rifles CSA
| Moore, John
||Co F 17 Consolidated Texas Dismounted Cav CSA
| Moore, Thompson
||Co F 17 Consolidated Texas
|Gee, George W.
||Pickerel's Co. Gidding's - Tx
| Morgan, Daniel M. (Mack)
|| Born in Ala., married
to Mary J. Morgan
||Private, Confederate Army, 10th Texas Cavalry, Co.
C., enlisted in Upshur Co.,
| Binion, Milton B,
|| Sep 10, 1844
|| Nov 30, 1915
|| Married to Elizabeth
Pvt Co 111 Reg Cav CSA
||Oct 10, 1833
||Sep 8, 1920
Pulaski, Giles Co., Tennessee, he married in 1865 in Upshur
Co., Texas to Mary Elizabeth Mollie "Little" Tidwell (1840 ? 1891)
||Co. C, 22nd Texas Regiment Infantry at
age 28. He was discharged 10 May 1865.
|Day, Nathan Ransom
||Born in Troup
Co., Ga., married to Lenora E. King (1843-1899)
K 17th Consolidated TX Dismtd Cav
|Persons, John J
|| Feb 2, 1831
|| May 1, 1888
Sgt Co F 44 Ala Inf CSA
||In this grave, the first in Morris Cemetery, lies
a Confederate Soldier, on his way home at the end of the war, and very
ill, he stopped at the William Morris home, near here. There he died
without revealing his name.
|New Hope Cemetery
| Baird, John Thomas
|| Mar 12, 1845
|| Aug 14, 1899
Georgia, he married Nancy J. Hoover (1850
? 1884) in 1868 in Upshur Co., Tx. - After the
death of his first wife he remarried to M.
Elizabeth Fitzgerald (born about 1861).
in 1861 in Beat No. 9, Kaufman Co. 13th Brigade under Captain
J. M. Garner which was part of the Texas Cavalry Regiment.
| Carrington, Daniel
|| Jan 29, 1829
|| Born in Georgia, he
married Sarah A (1841 ? 1921).
|| In the Civil War he enlisted in Hampton
Ark., in Co. H, 2nd Arkansas Cavalry. He applied for a
Confederate Pension from Upshur Co., Texas on 28 Sep 1907.
| Cox, Asberry G.
|| Nov 27, 1836
|| Mar 19, 1919
in Alabama, he married Olevia Gage (1840 ? 1874).
|| Enlisted as a Private in the Confederate Army in Company G, 17th Cavalry Regiment Texas
|Eitel, William James
||Dec 25 1846
|| 17th Tx Light Arty CSA
| McIntosh, Charles Albert,
|| Oct 16, 1844
|| Nov 25, 1906
|| Married 6 Nov 1866 in Upshur Co., Texas to Mary J.
|| Enlisted in 1862 in Civil War in Confederate Army, Co. D. 1st
Texas Partisan Rangers. His wife applied for a Confederate
Widow's Pension from Texas on 9 Nov 1909 in Upshur Co., Tx.
And records show he served in Co. E, 14th Texas Cavalry and he
mustered in 15 Feb 1862.
| Stanley, Elder Daniel W.
|| Feb 3, 1846
|| Sep 13, 1932
|| Born in Fort Smith, Sebastian Co., Arkansas
|| Enlisted Mar 1863 in Confederate
Army in the Civil War in Hempstead, Texas, Co. G, Liken's 35th Texas Cavalry
of the Confederate Army under Capt. G. E. Warren, and served until the end of the
war Jun 1865. He applied for a Confederate Pension from
Upshur Co., Texas on 10 Jun 1912.
| Stanley, George Washington
|| May 18, 1818
|| Dec 22, 1885
Upshur Co. Settler, born in Washington, Alabama. He
married Sarah Gutherie McLaughlin (1825 ? 1910) on 9 Feb 1844
in Hempstead, Ark.
|| He had
enlisted in the Confederate Army in Co. G as a Corporal in the 6th Regiment, Texas Infantry
and mustered out as a Sergeant. His wife
applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension from Upshur Co.,
Texas on 6 Jul 1899, approved 25 Sep 1900.
|Oak Hill Cemetery
|Aills, James W
Kentucky, married to Huldah (born 1835 Miss.).
||Enlisted in Covington, Ky. in 13 Aug 1862 in Company H, Kentucky 10th Cavalry Regiment on 09 Sep 1862.
Mustered out on 17 Sep 1863 at Maysville, KY.
| Davis, W. R.
||Born Ark. and Upshur Co., Texas He married Rebecca Davis
|| Enlisted in the Company G, Arkansas 3rd Cavalry Regiment on 28 Oct 1863 and applied for a Confederate Veteran's Pension 5 Nov 1890
|Hackler, J. W.
Jane Davidson (1837-1892).
||Enlisted in Confederate Army
in Co. H., 18th Texas Infantry (Ochiltree's) as a Private
and mustered out as a Junior Second Lieutenant. His
enlistment date was on June 26, 1862. He served in the
Confederate Army until 1865 and served as a nurse from November
1-22, 1862. The is was a time when disease was killing many Texas
soldiers, including JWH's brother, William Hackler, who was in the
same unit. After his service as a nurse, JWH was made
sergeant and eventually was promoted Junior Second Lieutenant on
December 14, 1863. He is mentioned in a manuscript written by John
C. Porter, who wrote about his experience in the Civil War, where
he also served in Company H. In the manuscript, Porter describes
the November 3, 1863 battle of Bayou Bourbeaux, LA. Porter states:
"We went into the fight that day, with twenty-seven men in the
Company; we had six wounded, to wit: A. Johnson, mortally, T. P.
Ails, W. L. Montgomery, T. S. McCurdy, W. Lilly and Jesse Steelman,
all slightly. We came out with only seven besides the officers,
whoso names, I think, should be recorded in this book to wit: Joe
and David Bailey, W. H. H. Cope, John Johnson, John Freeman, Jonas
Ervin amd myself (J. C. Porter). the officers were Lieut. T. L.
Skeen and Serg't Hackler. The remainder of the Company, I am
ashamed to confess, played out." After serving as Sheriff,
John Wesley Hackler became Judge of Upshur County.
| Herron, George Thomas
||Born in Mecklenburg Co, NC, he married in 1865 in Mecklendburg, N.C. to Jane Rebecca Davis (1838
||Enlisted in the
Army of Northern Virginia at age 18 in the Infantry, Co. A,
11th North Carolina Regiment in Charlotte, N.C. He was
present to surrender at Appomatox Court House with General Robert E. Lee on Apr 9, 1865.
On 17 Jun 1919 he applied for a Confederate Pension from Upshur
| Huff, James
||Born in Georgia, he
married 22 Dec 1847 in Autuga, Ala. to Cassina Lorena Ray (1831 ? 1904).
||Enlisted in Co.
C, 1st Regiment, Arkansas Cavalry
| Norwood, Hugh
||Married Millie Ann Coulter (1847 ? 1879).
||Enlisted July 1, 1861
in Co. A and re-enlisted in Oct 1862 in Daingerfield, Tx. in the
Confederate Army, Co. I, Whitfield's Legion, 27th Cavalry.
| Parish, Jefferson B
||Born in Daleville, Dale Co., Alabama, he married
in Dale Co., Ala. in 1869 to Caroline H "Callie" "Cassie" Smith (1851 ? 1902).
||Enlisted as a
Private in the Confederate Army in Company H, 15th Alabama Infantry
Regiment. "The following was taken from the gathering of a
historian hired by the Confederacy to begin a compiliation of
material for that nation and was recorded 'in the field near
Richmond, Virginia, on New Year's Eve of 1864." "Jeff Parrish
enlisted at Glenville, Alabama on July 3, 1861, in Company H of
the 15th Alabama Regiment. He was then eighteen, single and a
resident of Echo, (Dale County) Alabama. He deserted this regiment
August 1, 1863, but is now in the cavalry.' An 1899 article by
Dale County's best nineteenth century historian, Berry Andrews,
stated that "Jeff and brother Hill" are in Texas."
| Parish, Levin C. Hilliard
||Born in Dale Co., Ala., married Laura Ardella Smith, (born Apr. 1848 Ala.).
||Enlisted as a Private in Co. I, 33rd Alabama
| Quarles,Calvin C
||Born in Missouri, he
married Mary E. (1848 ? 1937).
||Enlisted in Clifton,
Alabama on 14 Feb 1863 in Co. C, 43rd Alabama Infantry of the
| Rutledge, Nathan Franklin,
|| Born in Lincoln Co., Tennessee, he
married 24 Feb 1858 in Cabarris Co., N.C. to Nancy Parthena Davis (1837 Cabarris Co.,
||Enlisted in the
Confederate Army of Capt. John Dye's Battalion which was later
transferred to Co. I, Tennessee Infantry, Bob Shaver's Regiment
under Capt. Bob Echols and Gen. Tappan according to his
application for a pension. His widow also applied for a
Confederate Widow's pension April 5, 1916 from Upshur Co.,
Texas. He was home on furlough in 1865 at the time of the
surrender of the army.
| Stracener, George Thomas"Tommie"
||Born in Upshur Co., Tx., he
was married three times, 29 Dec 1869 in
Coffeeville, Upshur Co., Tx. to A Jane
Trotter (1849 ? 1888), in 1889 to to Viola Spears (1845 ? 1889), and in 1890 in
Upshur Co., Tx. to Nancy Elizabeth "Lizzie" Spears (1875
||Texas Private Conscript in the
Confederate Army under Major Johnson and Major Heath in Upton
Wright's Infantry. He originally worked in the
Gilmer, Upshur Co., Tx. Confederate
Government Hat Shop before being transferred toward the end of the
war to the regular army according to statements in his 8 Oct 1930
Confederate Veteran's pension application. His sister
stated in a statement on his application that when the hat plant
closed he was transferred to the "Frontier Forces of the
Confederate Government, guarding the western frontier of West
Texas against Indian raids but on the day he was to leave his
Major came over and told him the war was over and his services
were not required further." He applied for his pension from
Upshur Co., Tx. which was only approved after his death for his
widow and for him to receive a government headstone.
| Thomas, David C,
||Enlisted in the
Confederate Army in the 14th Cavalry Regiment Texas
|Old Crow Cemetery
||Born in Rowan Co., NC, the son of Jonathan 'John' Cranfill (1800 ? 1860) and Jane Galloway (1798 ? 1858). He
married Susan J. Canter (1833 ? 1877).
||Enlisted 2 Feb 1861 in Texas State Troops, Independent Calloway Co., 6th Dist., Upshur
Co., Tx. under Capt. H.F. Ford, First Muster 1 Mar 1861.
|Crow, George Washington
||Sep 21 1820
||Oct 20 1877
||Born in Tenn., he married 4 Sep 1842 in Roane, Tn. to Sarah Jane Allison (1824 ? 1894)
||Enlisted 2 Jan 1862 in
Co. D, 1st Texas Regiment of the Confederate States of America
under Capt. John L. Camp, commanded by Col M.T. Johnson.
|Old Gilmer - Old Mings Cemetery
| Amoss, William B
||Born in Georgia, in
1871 he married Sarah E. Amoss (1851-1901).
|| 37th Confederate Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Terrell's
||Born in Ireland, he married Theodotia
T. McAllen (1818-1897). He was a Medical Doctor.
||Enlisted in the Civil war as a
Sergeant in Co. C, Kurezyn's Co., British Guard
Battalion, Louisiana Militia
|Mings, James Houston
||Mar 17, 1833
||Apr 26, 1908
Lowndes Co., Ala., he married on 22 Apr 1857 in Lamar Co., Tx. to Mary Jane Askins
(born about 1836 Ill.).
|| Sergeant with Co K, 11th Texas Inf Regt and his pension
application #4068 lists him as 6 ft, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair.
|Tuel, William Henry
||Nov 18, 1836
||Sep 27, 1923
||Born in Illinois. He
married 9 Oct 1888 to Mary Tuel.
||Enlisted in Co. D, 10th Texas
Cavalry, and was shot twice during combat. He
served from 1861-1865. On 24 Jun 1899 he applied for a
Confederate Pension. His wife also applied for a
Confederate Widow's Pension following his death.
|Ore City Cemetery
| Armstrong, James Harvey
||Oct 25, 1820
||Jan 16, 1889
||Husband of Martha Rebecca Coppedge & Juleane M Clark
|| Pvt Co F 14 TX Inf CSA, joined in Pittsburg, Tx. Also served in Co. F Randal's Brigade. Father
of James Watson Armstrong, CSA Veteran buried at Coffeeville
| Coppedge, Charles Clark
Pic #2; Pic #3
|Feb 2, 1830
||Jun 11, 1898
||Husband of #1 Mary E Martin, #2 Anna Kate
Meats, #3 Serena Ann Voss
|| Jr 2nd Lt Co F 19 TX Inf CSA
| Epperson, Henry Jefferson
|| May 3, 1837
|| Sep 26, 1869
|| Born in Georgia, he married Rebecca Leander Jones McKissack
||Co. A, 1st Regiment, Texas
| Ferguson, Wilbur W.
|| Feb 20, 1825
|| Feb 7, 1896
||Born in Tenn., he married 25 Jul 1845 in Decatur Co., Tenn. to Permelia T. Wyatt (1823 ? 1910)
||Co. K, Border's
Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Anderson's).
| Hambright, George W
||Feb 10, 1841
||Aug 19. 1918
||Born Pulaski County, Missouri. Married 11/01/1877 Mary A. Hamill in Upshur County, Texas. Buried in Ore City Cemetery in unmarked grave.
||Co. H & I, Texas 14th
Infantry Regiment, CSA
| Hamill, John Wesley Harvey
|| Mar 25, 1813
|| Feb 25, 1862
||Born in York Co., SC, he married
Caroline A. Hamill, (born 1812 La.)
Texas 33rd Cavalry Regiment, C.S.A.
| Martin, James T.
|| Oct 4, 1835
|| Aug 18, 1899
|| Married Hannah Rebecca Martin
||Pvt Co. F, 19th Texas Infantry,
|Childs, John L.
||Born in Alabama, Married Mattie Martha Smith (1860 ? 1965).
|| Co. D., 19th Texas Infantry and mustered in Mustered in March
31, 1862 at Coffeeville, Upshur Co., TX
|Davis, John M.
||Jan 7, 1835
||Dec 13, 1891
|| Born in Roane Co., Tn., married in 1865 to Mary Jane Suratt (1841 ? 1899).
|| Co. D., 19th Texas Infantry and mustered in Mustered in March
31, 1862 at Coffeeville, Upshur Co., TX.
||Sep 4, 1826
||7 Feb 1895
||Born in Pickens Dist, SC, he married Sarah Caroline McWhorter on 3
February 1848 in Hickoryland, Pickens District, South Carolina.
||John enlisted to serve one year in
Company G, 17th Regiment, Texas Dismounted Cavalry on 1 March
1862 in Gilmer. He was discharge in Brownsville, Arkansas on 16
July 1862 due to his being over 35 years of age. He and his
brother Matt Wilson made guns for the Confederacy at Sulphur
Springs, Hopkins County, Texas and Bonham, Fannin County,
Texas. The armory at Bonham burned and the records of the Trans
Mississippi Army of the Confederacy were burned at Bonham to
prevent them from falling into the hands of the enemy.
|Blundell Sr., John Adam
||May 6, 1832
||May 30, 1908
||Born in Little River, Rapides
Parish, La., and on 16 Nov 1854 in Rapides Parish, La.,
he married Harriet Newlin Neal (1836 ? 1874).
Secondly on 27 Mar 1879 in Hill, Tx. he married Malinda Lizbeth Roberts (1833 ? 1891).
Following Malinda's death he married in Hill, Tx. on 3 Jan 1880 to Mary Elizabeth Williams (1864 ? 1960).
Company B, Texas 5th Cavalry Regiment.
|Corbitt, William Clayton
||Feb 24, 1828
||Sep 21, 1903
|| Born in Alabama, married Susan Mae Cox (1855 ? 1909).
||Private COD in
the 28th Texas Regiment Cavalry
|Cox, Hardy P.
in Georgia, he married to Judy L. Cox (1833-1908).
in Marshall, Tx. on 1 Apr 1861 in Co.
D., W. P. Lane's First Texas Partisan Ranger's, 2nd
Regiment. He later applied for a Confederate Veteran's
Pension from Wood County, Texas on 23 Jun 1906.
|Davis, Benjamin Franklin M.
||Jan 30, 1847
||Jun 2, 1932
|| Born in Troup Co., Georgia, on 26 Sep 1880 in Upshur Co., Tx. he married Martha J.S. McAllister (1850 ? 1915).
||Co. A, 4th
Georgia Infantry in April 1864 at age 17 and was discharged at
Lake City, Florida at the end of the war in 1865. He was
approved for a Confederate Veteran's Pension from Texas on 31
|Duffey, G. W. Pic
||Jun 28, 1830
||May 16, 1882
K II TX Inf
| Fargason, Ephraim Suber
in Henry, Ga., he married Amanda Bivins (1823 ?
Co F 10th Georgia Cavalry of the Confederate States of America.
On 18 Dec 1899 he applied for a Confederate Veteran's Pension.
|Hitt, J. A.
Coosa Co., Alabama in Co. C, 62nd Alabama Infantry Regiment
|Hollinshead, W. C.
||Feb 6, 1846
||Mar 21, 1914
Lantrip, Rev. Malachi "Mack
|Feb 27, 1843
||Nov 16, 1901
|| Malachi was a Methodist minister
|| Notably, he served honorably in both the CSA and Union Army. He
enlisted in the CSA 9 May 1862 at Corinth, Mississippi, was
captured at Missionary Ridge 15 November, 1863, impressed into
the Union Army and served on the western frontier in Colorado
until when ill, he was mustered out 29 Nov 1865 at Ft.
Leavenworth, Kansas; submitted by James
|Lawrence, John Madison
||Oct 21, 1819
||Dec 20, 1895
||Born in Pickens Co., S.C., in 1849 in Pendleton, S.C. he married
Elizabeth Langley Clayton (1829 ? 1862) and after Elizabeth's
death he married he married in 1862 in Upshur Co., Tx. to
Sophronia A. Webb (1838 ? 1932).
||24th/25th Texas Cavalry.
|Lemmond, William Allen
||Jun 25, 1832
||Jun 30, 1904
||Born Morgan Co., Ga., he married Emily Beth Parker (1832 ? 1889).
||Enlisted in the
Confederate Army in Co. I, 53rd Georgia Infantry and was
captured by the enemy in the Battle of High Bridge, Virginia
April 6, 1865 at the end of the Appomatox
Campaign. He was released from POW camp on 26 Jun 1865.
|Lindsey, Samuel M.
||Born in Georgia, he married in 1870
to Georgianna "Georgia" Fargason (1850 ? 1930).
||Co. B, TX 17th Cavalry Regiment
|McAllister, William W.
||Aug 28, 1826
||Jul 11, 1897
|| Born in Tenn., he married Elizabeth
Cartwright (1830 ? 1916).
||Enlisted in Company E, 1st Infantry Regiment Georgia on 20 Sep 1861.
|Moore, Joseph F.
||Born in Miss., he
married Mary T M Goodson (1830 SC ? 1873
||Co. G, Texas
18th Texas Infantry Regiment (Ochiltree's).
|Richards, James Marion
||Born in Barbour, Ala., he married Anna Arabelle Lee (1844 ? 1910).
||Private in Company H, 37th Alabama Infantry Regiment.
||Jun 6, 1825
||Born in NC, he died in Perrywood,
Wood Co., Tx. In 1853 he married Nancy
Jane Lee (1833 ? 1911).
Georgia Infantry (State Guards)
|Shields, Thomas Jefferson
||Mar 15, 1840
||Apr 2, 1878
|| Born in SC, he married on 4 Jul 1863 in Union Parish, La. to Nancy A Johnson (1846 ? 1928). (His Date of death is probably incorrect--his Pension App.
shows DOD as 2 Apr 1887)
||Gunner in the
Artillery in the Confederate Army having enlisted in Monroe,
Ouachita, La. in Capt. W. O. Benton's Company in Louisiana 3rd Battery, Volunteer
Artillery (Bell Battery). His wife
applied for a Confederate Widow's pension from Upshur Co., Tx. 30
Aug. 1913. His wife applied for a Confederate
Widow's pension from Upshur Co., Tx. 30 Aug. 1913.
| Swann, George Buckner
||Feb 19, 1907
in SC. He married Martha Sophia Menla Davis (1834-1943). His
military papers describe him as 6 foot 2 inches ion height, of
fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, and his occupation as a
||Enlisted 11 Nov 1861 in Bainbridge,
Ga. into the Confederate Army and was a Sergeant in Co. I, 31st
Georgia Infantry. He was discharged in Richmond, Virginia
7 Jul 1862 due to disability.
|Turner, William T.
||Jun 5, 1845
||Aug 3, 1926
||Pvt Co C
1 Ark Inf
|Piney Grove Cemetery
| Nelson, Wiley B.
||Aug 17, 1841
|| Sept 27, 1916
|| Born in Muscogee, Ga., he
married 14 Oct 1860 in Chattahoochee County, Georgia to Narcessa Scarbrough (1845 ? 1924).
|| Company I of the 40th Ala Inf.
During the Civil War he enlisted in Company I of the 40th Ala
Inf. Family member Ellen
Nelson writes "He
joined the militia in Alabama and then served in Company I, 40th
Alabama Infantry, beginning May 14, 1862 in Mobile. He fought at
Vicksburg and was paroled and then returned to serve in other
areas of the South and was last paroled in North Carolina at the
end of war. According to Walter Nelson, the food Wiley had at
Vicksburg was pea soup and bread and dirty water. He and others
had difficulty getting water because of leaving the trenches in
direct line of fire."
Aug 17, 1841
|Nicholson, Alexander W.
||19 Aug 1847
||Feb 7, 1925
||Born in Chesterfield, S.C., he married 19 Oct 1867 in Rocky Mount, Kemper,
Miss. to Frances Henrietta McCoy (1843-1925).
|| Co A 35 Miss Inf CSA & Co. F., 3rd
Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry Reserves as a Corporal.
|Nicholson, Cornelius N.
|| Born in
NC, the son of Zachariah Nicholson (1756 ? 1840). He married Hannah Elizabeth Ellerbe (1817 ? 1900).
||Co A 35th Missississippi
|Overstreet, William H.
||May 12, 1848
||Jul 27, 1905
|| Married in 1868 to Lavina Ann Overstreet (1844-1907)
||Co A., 46th
Regiment, Mississippi Infantry
|Pleasant Grove Cemetery
|Adams, William Walter
||Mar 19, 1831
||Dec 19, 1897
||In Harrison County, Texas he married Mary
Jane Johnson (born 2 Oct 1836 Tn. ).
|| Enlisted in the Confederate Army in Gilmer, Upshur Co. Tx.
in Co. G, Liken's 35th Texas Cavalry
of the Confederate Army and was captured at Vicksburg in 1863. On 7 Aug 1899 his
widow applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension which was
approved. Previously enlisted in 2nd Infantry, Co. D.
|Bates, Joseph Carson
|| Born in Greene Co., Alabama, he
married on 22 Dec 1874 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Eloisa A."Ella" Bates (1855-1939).
||Co. E, 9th
Alabama Cavalry. He was discharged 1 Apr 1865 in Marion,
Alabama at the end of the war. He applied for a
Confederate Pension for which he was approved. On
27 Oct 1926 his widow applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension
from Upshur Co., Texas. Brother of Samuel & Robert, also
serving in Alabama during the war.
|Bates, Robert F.
||Mar 4, 1833
||Oct 9, 1915
||Born in Greene Co., Alabama
Phelan's Co., Eufaula Alabama Light Artillery. His
brother Samuel was in the same unit.
|Bates, Samuel Patton
||Jul 6, 1831
||Aug 30, 1902
||Born in Greene Co., Alabama
in Phelans's Co., Eufaula Alabama Light Artillery.
His brother Robert was in the same unit.
|Biggs, John Thomas
||Apr 12, 1847
||Feb 12, 1936
|| Born in Tishomingo Co., Miss., he married Mary E. Patrick (1839 ? 1904).
||Bugler in 36th Regiment, Mississippi
Infantry, enlisting in Iuka, Miss. under Capt. Jack Akers and was
on his way to Virginia at the time of the end of the war. He
applied for a Confederate Veterans Pension 9 Aug 1929 and was
approved 9 Dec 1930.
|Blackstock, Berry Bennet
||Dec 22, 1938
|| Born in Georgia. He married
Margaret J. Harrison (born 1847 Ga.).
||Company J 4th
Miss Cav CSA, Ashcraft's Cavalry Regiment. He
lived his final years in the Confederate Men's Home in Austin,
Travis Co., Texas.
|Brison, George Robert Alexander
||May 21, 1845
||May 27, 1935
||Born in Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia
||13 May 1863 he enlisted in the
Confederate Army in Co. H, 6th Georgia Cavalry in the
Army of Tennessee until he surrendered in 1865 and was paroled
in Kingston, Georgia. He applied for a Confederate
Pension on 17 Aug 1909.
|Calloway, James David
||Born in Walton Co., Georgia, he
married on 25 Oct 1868 to Henrietta E. "Harriet" Knowles
||Enlisted 25 Sep 1861 in the
Confederate Army as a Corporal
in Co. H 11th Georgia Infantry CSA.
He was promoted to full 3rd Corporal on 15 Dec 1862 and
surrendered on 9 Apr 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia
with General Lee.
|Elrod, Isaac Philip
||Nov 15, 1847
||Apr 10, 1933
in Anderson Co., SC. He married Elizabeth Clementine Davis (1848 ? 1932) on
29 Oct 1868 in Floyd Co., Ga.
||Company G 6th Cavalry Georgia
|Harrison, Abraham "Abram"
||Oct 14, 1817
||Aug 29, 1865
||Born in SC
the son of John Harrison (born 1785 NC). He first married
Matilda Kitchens. In 1844 in Seminole, Chattooga County, Georgia he married Harriett H. Sullivan Harrison (1828 ? 1922).
||In Capt. J.
M. Brison's Co. of the Texas State
Militia. His widow applied for a Confederate Widow's
Pension 14 May 1906 from Upshur Co., Texas.
|Hudgins, Phillip Elmer
||Jan 5, 1845
||Jan 24, 1911
Chattooga Co., Ga., he married Caroline "Carrie" Maloney (1845 ? 1909).
|| enlisted 10 Jan 1863 in the Confederate Army, Co. H. 39th
Georgia Infantry Regiment and served until the end of the war
when paroled in Kingston, Georgia in 1865. He fought in
the defense of Vicksburg, Chicamauga, Chattanooga, Missionary
Ridge, Lookout Mountain, Jonesboro, Ga., defense of
Nashville and many other battles. Applied 18 Aug 1909 for a
Confederate Veterans Pension from Upshur Co., Texas. He was
denied the pension apparently because they mis-read his
application and looked up the wrong infantry of service I found
out by looking at his pension papers.
|Lindsey, James Chamberlin
||Oct 25, 1847
||May 11, 1901
in Tenn. In 1871 in Texas married Sarah "Sallie" Elizabeth Workman (1863 ? 1955).
|| Co. B 2nd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (Walker's)
|McClure, Reuben Beavers
||Apr 12, 1840
||Jan 23, 1913
|| Born in Walker Co., Georgia, he married in
Upshur Co., Tx. 18 Dec 1873 to Sarah F. Teal (1853-1940).
in 1861 in Walker Co., Ga. in Co. G 11th Georgia Infantry.
On 7 Oct 1913 his widow applied for a Confederate Widow's
pension and she was approved for $25 per month.
|| Jan 9, 1833
|| Jan 13, 1911
England, married Elizabeth Temperance "Lizzie" Lindsey (1832 ? 1900).
||Enlisted in 1861 in the Confederate Army, Co C, 19th Texas
Infantry Regiment. He was paroled as a Prisoner of War of
the Yankees on 24 Jul 1865 in Jefferson, Marion Co., Texas as a
2nd Lieutenant having been under Gen. E. Kirby Smith. He
Applied for 19 Sep 1907 and was aproved for a Confederate
Veteran's Pension from Texas.
|Sewell, Pinkney Andrew
||Jan 10, 1844
||May 10, 1911
married 2 Feb 1866 in Fulton Co., Ga. to Susan Margaret Still (1849 ? 1918).
Spalding County, Ga. in Co. B, 5th Georgia Regiment, Volunteer
Infantry "Griffin Light Guards" in the Army of Tennessee.
He fought in the Battle of Vicksburg, Missionary Ridge,
Kennesaw Mountain, the Battle of Atlanta, Battle of Nashville
|Todd, W. T.
||Oct 13, 1874
married Ruth Todd (born 1807 Ky).
||Co. I, 45th
|Pleasant Hill Cemetery
| Baker, Rev. John M.
||Feb 29, 1814
||Mar 30, 1880
||Born in Ga., he married on 2 Jan
1855 to Elizabeth Ann Johnson (1826-1907)
|| Company B, Texas 32nd Cavalry Regiment
|Buchanan, James W
||Nov 24, 1843
||Jul 14, 1923
in Ga., he married Lucy
Jane Keeling (1850 ? 1930).
||Co E 4th Ga. Infantry
| Catlett, John D.
||Jan 15, 1837
||Nov 20, 1930
in Jackson Co., Ga., he married on 21 Aug 1856 in Jackson Co.,
Ga. to Mary L. Mangum (1833 ? 1911).
After Mary's death he married in May 1913 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Nancy
West (1844 ? 1917).
|| Co G 16th Ga Infantry, as part of the Army of Virginia he
was wounded in the Battle of Cold Harbor during May 31-June 12,
1864 and lost his left arm. He died in the Confederate
Veterans Home in Austin, Texas
| Evans, Robert M.
||Mar 23, 1849
||Jul 18, 1925
||Born in Ga., he married in 1878 to
Nora Evans (1855-1909).
|| Co. D, 40th Regiment, Georgia Infantry. He fought in the
Battles of Vicksburg, Nashville and Chattanooga.
|Holloway, John T.
||Aug 17, 1820
||Apr 1, 1877
|| Born in Clarke Co., Ga., he married Mary Adeline Gartrell
(1818-1877) and following her death married 4 Mar 1862 in
Upshur Co., Tx. to Mary Ann Read (1838-1912)
|| Co. A, 7th
Regiment, Texas Infantry (Greggs's)
|Humphreys, James A.
||Aug 13, 1843
||Mar 17, 1926
|| Born in Ark., he married in 1867 in Alabama to a widow of
another Confederate Veteran, Nancy Ann Rutledge (1840-1941)
||Served from July 1862 to 1865 in Co. F,
19th Ark. Infantry Regiment
| Mangum, William
||Oct. 35, 1835
||Sep 10, 1935
|| Born in Jackson Co., Ga., he married 8 Oct 1857
in Jackson Co., Ga. to Louisiana Caroline Catlett (1837 Jackson
Co., Ga.? 1915 Jackson Co., Ga.)
on 13 May 1862 in Co E 34th Ga Infantry, Army of Tennessee
||Apr 25, 1836
||Jul 31, 1910
||Born in Lee Co., Ala., he married on 27 Mar
1866 in Lee Co., Ala. to Mary Ann Minervia "Mollie" Taylor (1843-1916)
||Enlisted Jul 3 1861 in Co. B, 14th Alabama Infantry
and his widow applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension which was
approved. He was captured at the Battle of Gettysburg 3 Jul 1863 related 11 May 1865 at Ft.
Delaware, Delaware per government documents in his wife's pension packet.
||Apr 12, 1835
||Dec 30, 1878
in Autuaga, Ala., he married Rebecca Lane Pool (1839-1920)
|| Co. C, 10th
Texas Cavalry, CSA His widow applied for a Confederate
Widow's Pension 10 Aug 1899 from Upshur Co., Tx.
| Read, Lemuel Madison
||Apr 30, 1844
||May 14, 1916
in Tippah Co., Miss., on 11 Feb 1866
in Upshur Co., Tx. he married Emily Ellen Holloway (1847 ? 1909)
|| Company C, Texas 22nd Infantry Regiment (Hubbards) and served until the unit
was disbanded in Hempstead County, Tx. at the end of the war.
||Jan 1, 1822
||Aug 13, 1915
|| Born in St. Clair, Ala., he moved to Upshur Co., Tx. about 1845
and married in 1849 in Upshur Co. to Unicy C. Mings (1829 ? 1881 buried Mings
Chapel Cemetery, Upshur Co., Tx.).
||Enlisted 22 Feb 1862 and served as a Captain, Co. K, 11th Texas Infantry (O. M. Roberts Regiment, Walker's
Divison) C.S.A. He last mustered in April 1865. He was
approved for a Confederate Veteran's Pension Mar 1, 1913 from Upshur
| Robertson, James Douglass
||Sep 11, 1833
||Nov 12, 1910
Concord, Pike Co., Ga., he
married 22 Jan 1854 in Russell, Ala. to Rebecca Jeffersonia Smith (1835 ? 1921)
May 1862 he enlisted in Co. D, 3rd Georgia Cavalry
| Stegall, Hensley Zaccariah
||Feb 14, 1909
|| Born in Pickens Co., S.C., he married Martha Ann Palmer Dec. 1849 in Cobb Co., Ga.
|| Co. C, 6th Alabama Infantry, C.S.A.
| Underwood, Andrew Jackson
||Nov 11, 1842
||Jan 19, 1914
|| Born in Tn., he married about 1871 he married Beldie D. Underwood (1852 ? 1879) and after her death married on 2 Sep 1883 in Upshur
Co., Tx. he married Bedie A. Gilbert (31 May 1853 ? 1933 Abilene, Taylor Co., Tx.)
||Sergeant, Co. K, 22nd Alabama Infantry, C. S. A.
| White, William Augustus
||Oct 20, 1837
||Apr 21, 1917
||Born in Titus or Liberty, Tx., he married on 8 Apr 1878 in Newton Co., Miss. to Amanda E. Leach (1861-1939).
|| Enlisted 3 May
1861 in Co.
A, 10th Ga. Regiment Infantry, CSA . He was approved for a
Confederate Veteran's Pension #10345 from Texas
|Rileys Chapel Cemetery
|| Born in Coweta Co., Ga., he married Bethira
Angelina Smith (1848 ? 1888) in 1870 in
Upshur Co., Texas.
||Enlisted 20 Apr 1861 in Spalding
Co., Ga. Co. D of the 2nd Georgia Battalion under Maj. Tom
Hardeman, under Captain L. T. Doyle. In 1862 he was elected
Sergeant and in this position served to the end of the war.
He was in the battle of Norfolk, both battles of Manassas, and
through the Maryland campaigns.
|Keeling Sr., Senator George
||Sep 9, 1813
||Jan 19, 1888
|| Born in Elbert, Ga., he married Cynthia Ann Guest (1820 ? 1899) on 5 Sep
1841 in Habersham, Georgia. He was elected a State
Senator from the State of Georgia but prevented from serving
due to his Confederate service.
||Captain in Co.
H, 24th, Georgia Infantry of the Confederate States of America.
||Sep 13, 1833
||Aug 24, 1906
|| Born in Liverpool, England and on 20 Jan 1876 in Camp Co.,
Texas he married Elizabeth Malonia Keeling (1846 ? 1930).
||Confederate Army in Co. A, 18th Battalion, Georgia Infantry, the Savannah Volunteer
|Smith, Amos Wesley
|| Born in Georgia, he married in Alabama in 1830 to Elizabeth A. Godwin Smith (1819 ? 1871).
||Co. E, 24th/25th
Consolidated Regiment, Texas Cavalry.
|Weatherby, Green M
||Jul 4, 1837
||Oct 23, 1910
||Born in Henry Co., Alabama, and on 24 Jan 1855 in Henry Co., Ala. he married Mollie A. Fouths (1843 ? 1918) .
||Co. D, 39th
Alabama Infantry Regiment. He was approved for a
Confederate Pension on 31 Aug 1909. On Nov 1 1910 his
wife applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension for which she
|Sanders, William Jefferson "Jeff"
||Mar 5, 1834
||Jan 25, 1894
||Born in Paris,
Bedford Co., Tenn., the son of William Hamilton Sanders (1805 ? 1836)
and Mary Elizabeth Hooper (1811 ? 1853).
He married Lucinda Agnes Beesley (1829 ? 1901).
||Co. F, 11
Texas Infantry & on 9 Apr 1865 Reenlisted in
Confederate Army in Enlisted into I Company, 17th Cavalry
(Texas)--same unit as Brother-In-Law Thomas Jefferson Knight
|Sand Hill Cemetery
|Jones, James M
||Co. E , 4 Alabama Cavalry
| Jones. W.P.
|| Married Delila Jones
||Co I 57 Ga Inf CSA
|Shady Grove Cemetery
| Baird, George Tunnleton
||Born in Alabama, he married Nancy Jefferson Stringer (1856 ? 1937).
|| Enlisted in Feb. 1861 in the Dallas Light
Artillery of Confederate Army 13th Brigade under Capt. John J.
| Bauman, Albid Nigh
||Born Lincoln Co., Tn., on 26 Oct 1852 in Upshur Co., Tx. he married Rebecca Stephenson (1836 ? 1873).
Following his first wife's death he married on 30 Nov 1873 in
Smith Co., Tx. to Julia Ann Angeline Martha Clementine Higgins (1849 ? 1905).
||During the Civil War he enlisted in Co.
H, 3rd Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, Louisiana Militia.
Here are 2 Letters he wrote during the war home from
1863Letter 1863LetterPage 2 1864Letter
| Blackstone, James Hugo
||7 Mar 1846
||16 Mar 1921
|| Born in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Ala., on 28 Nov 1866 he married Mary Williamson Stringer (1851 ? 1881).
Later he married 15 Dec 1882 to Millie Adaliene
Wilson (1854-1899). Finally in 1901
following his second wife's death he married Matilda Whitaker ( ? 1914).
||Co. H, 43rd Regiment, Alabama Infantry. He fought in
Chicamauga and Appomattox.
| Blackstone, William H.
||10 Mar 1844
||26 Dec 1934
||Born in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Ala., the
brother of James Hugo Blackstone.
|| Co E 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery CSA under Capt. Haynes, Major Finch, and was transferred to the Dashiel &
Stafford 7th Battalion, 17th Texas Battery from Jul 1864 until
May 1865. He was captured following the Battle of
Vicksburg. He was approved for a Confederate Soldier
Pension on 1 Sep 1913.
||22 Aug 1836
||23 Oct 1889
in Morgan Co., Ala., he married 27
Mar 1872 in Jackson, Texas to Dorthula
Bradford King Hubbard (1844-1930)
||During the Civil War he enlisted 20 Aug 1861 in
Caldwell, Tx. in Co A Texas Cavalry 4th Regiment CSA, William P. Hardeman's
Company (Mounted Volunteers) and was shown as a Regimental
Teamster in the war records as well. He was captured 14
Apr 1863 at Bayou Tech, Louisiana by the Yankees and was a
Prisoner of War from then until paroled at Prophet's Island,
La. on 5 May 1863.
| Calhoun, John Thomas
||22 Aug 1846
|| Born in Pickens Co., S.C., on 14
Sep 1865 in Upshur Co., Tx. he married Alethe Shepherd (1844 ?
|| Co. C, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery.
Pendleton Dist., SC, On 27 Dec 1835 in
Blount Co., Ala. he married Lucinda Bentley (1820 ? 1859).
He married Martha (born 1839 Miss.) in 1859, and
in 1870 married Melvina Beavers Kelly (1823 ? 1879) and
finally on 24 Mar 1880 he married a widow, Martha L. Humphreys (born 1839 Miss.).
||Co. F, 15th Texas
| Elder, Edmond Eli
||8 Mar 1833
||6 Feb 1909
||Born in Ga., he
married 9 Sep 1858 to Susan Ann Hale (1841 ? 1892). On
22 Oct 1893 in Hunt Co., Tx. he married Susan Melody Mings (18 Oct 1847- 1 Jun 1920
buried Mings Cemetery, Upshur Co., Tx.)
||Co. A, 1st Cavalry
Texas Regiment, Co. A, 33rd Cavalry Regiment, Co. B, Morgan's Regiment, Texas Cavalry, and Co. K, 18th Texas Cavalry
||Nov 30, 1827
||Feb 24, 1887
in Kentucky, he married 19 Oct 1865 in Upshur Co., Tx. to
Sarah M. Carter (widow of J.W. Pendergrass).
|| Co. C, 17th Tx. Cavalry. On 13 Jul 1899 Enos' widow applied
for Confederate Widow's Pension.
| Hail, Elias Granville
||30 Mar 1840
||15 Jan 1925
||Born in Ozark, Franklin Co.,
Ark., he married 10 Oct 1867 in
Shady Grove, Upshur Co., Tx. to Rachel Ellen Price (1847 ? 1912)
Co F, 34th Texas Cavalry, CSA
| Hall, Gustavus H.
||9 Aug 1848
||19 Jan 1929
||Born in Ark., he married 16
Dec 1877 in Hill, Tx. to Callie Dee Scott (1858 ? 1928).
|| Enlisted 7 Feb 1862
in Daingerfield, Texas in Co. A, Whitfield's Legion, under
Capt. J. N. Zachry, C.S.A.
| Hargrove, James P.
||11 Oct 1811
|| Born in Ga., he married Nancy Hargrove (1820 ? 1852).
||1st Sergeant in Co. H, 7th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, C.S.A.
| Hargrove, Hupert H.
||5 Dec 1838
||3 Sep 1879
||Born in Harris Co., Ga.
||Co. I, 64th Regiment,
Georgia Infantry. He mustered out on 09 Apr 1865 at
Appomattox Court House, VA.
|Hays, Wylie Preston
||10 Sep 1843
||31 May 1916
||Born in Decatur Co., Tn., he married 20 Oct 1875 in
Upshur Co., Tx. to Hulda Jane White (1856 ? 1893). On
9 Sep 1893 he married Mary Adaline Connell (1847 ? 1929).
On 9 Sep 1893 in Parker, Tx. he married Mary Adaline Connell (1848 Decatur, Tn.
? 1929 widow of Civil War Veteran Benjamin Franklin Lowe who
died 13 Sep 1891 in Poolville, Parker Co., Tx.).
||Enlisted Sep 1861 in Co. H, 31st Tenn. Regiment Volunteer
Infantry and then into Co. A, 14th Tenn. Cavalry, Kyser's
Regiment until discharged due to sickness at Columbus, Ky.
Afterward joined Gooch's Alabama Company, Kyser's Regiment,
Forest's Alabama Cavalry under Capt. Jonathan Louton, & Col.
Bradford. Discharged 1865 Okalona, Miss. He was approved
for a Confederate Veteran's Pension 1 Dec 1913.
| Langford, Francis Franklin "Frank"
||22 July 1836
||22 Jul 1911
in Buena Vista, Bibb Co., Georgia which became Marion County.
He married Tennessee Price (1849-1913). Frank was buried
with his familiar hat on his head so as not to delay his entry
|| Ham's Mississippi Cavalry
Regiment (Confederate Infantry) and served under Gen. Forest &
Robert E. Lee surrendering his arms at Appromatox Courthouse,
Virginia with Lee. His 1899 Civil War Pension application
showed he was living in Calloway, Upshur County, Texas, had one
acre of land valued at $25, two horses worth $30, a wagon worth
$10 and 2 cattle worth $20, six hogs worth $6 and $6 cash per
| Maberry, Thomas
Tennessee, he was said to be married to a "Sarah" but I can
find no information on this and I find only one son for them.
in Co. B, 2nd Battalion, Arkansas Infantry, C. S. A.
He enlisted in Arkansas instead of Texas because his brother
lived where this was organized.
|Mathis, William Blake
||Born in Washington Co., Ga.,
he married Martha Ann Fowler (1819-1847), and after her death
he married 18 Feb 1849 in Tippah Co., Mississippi to Lydia Bernetta
||Sergeant in Co.
D, Texas 10th Infantry in the Civil War Confederate Army.
His sons, Jacob, William, and Joseph DeKalb Mathis served
under him in the same company. He fought in numerous
battles including the Battle of Lookout Mountain in 1863.
| Mayfield, John F. "Dock"
in Pickens Co., N.C., he married Margaret E.
Mayfield. He died at Baylor Hospital in Dallas, Texas.
|| During the Civil War he enlisted 10 Feb 1862 in Co K, 34th
Texas Infantry under Capt. Taylor & Capt. Starr, Terrell's
Regiment and served until May 1865 at Porter's Bluff on the
Trinity River, Texas. On 1 Mar 1914 he was approved for a
Confederate Veteran's Pension from Upshur Co., Texas.
| McWhorter, David
|12 Oct 1835
||31 May 1919
in Pickens, SC, he married to
Maggie McWhorter (1851-1918).
||Co. F, 19th Ark.
| McWhorter, John Parker
||25 Aug 1804
||3 Jan 1871
in SC, he married 24 Aug 1827 to Rachel Craig Beam (1802 ? 1875)
||Co. E, Barnes' Regiment, Texas Cavalry
| Price, Charles T. "Pony"
||18 Nov 1839
||14 Sep 1905
||Born in Tennessee, in 1859 he married Mary Stephenson (1841 ? 1914).
Texas Cavalry of the Confederate Army.
| Price, Thomas J.
||2 Apr 1819
||3 Jul 1885
||Born in Rhea,
Tennessee, he married Oct. 18, 1846
in Miegs, Tn. to Mary Ann Mapes (1821 ? 1880)
|| 1st Sergeant
in Co. D, 2nd Regiment, Texas Cavalry (2nd Mounted
| Pridgeon, Ward Taylor
||15 May 1847
||6 Aug 1911
||Born in Ga.,
he married Lenora Price (1854 - 1924).
|| Carlton's Company, Co. F, 49th Georgia Artillery (Troup
County Artillery), was with QM &
Ord. Dept of the Arty. Ord. Train, paroled at Appomattox
Courthouse, April 9, 1865
| Sansom, James
||2 Jun 1832
||21 Feb 1908
in Walton Co., Ga., he married he married 20 Apr 1854 in
Whitfield Co., Georgia
||1861 - 1865 Co. E, 16th Regiment, Texas
Cavalry (Fitzhugh's), CSA, and received a Confederate Veteran's
Pension #4138. Brother of Confederate Heroine Emma Sansom
| Snow, James
||28 Oct 1837
||12 Jul 1921
||Born in Rhea, Tn., he married in 1860 in Grand Saline, Van
Zandt Co., Tx. to Elizabeth Brooton (1844 ? 1885).
Later he married Neppie
Snow (born about 1858 Alabama & died
before 1920 census).
|| Co. C, 28th Tx. Cavalry, Commanding Officer - Horace Randal,
CSA - enlisted in Upshur County, Age 23, stationed at
Lewisville, Ark Aug, 3, 1862; company called Harrison County
Lancers, Cpt. Phil Brown & M.V. Smith.
| Snow, Samuel B.
||9 Feb 1819
||21 Oct 1903
Roane, Tennessee, he married 28 Dec 1843 in Miegs, Tn. to Elizabeth Maberry
Snow (1818 NC-1879). He also
married Sarah Jane Allison *1824 ? 1894).
On 18 Dec 1895 in Upshur Co., Tx. he married Polly Elmina Bradley (1844 ? 1920).
||Co. 1B, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry
| Weldon, Green
||7 Mar 1822
||21 Jun 1892
||Born in Ga., he married on 17 Jul 1854 in Harris Co., Ga. to Sarah J. Myhand (1830 ? 1899)
|| Co. G, Terry's Regiment, Texas Cavalry,
C.S.A. under Capt. F. G. Lemmon and Capt. James N.
Scott, which came from Cass and Marion counties--Green was
living in Harrison County at the time.
| White, James Rufus
||17 Sep 1822
||13 May 1887
Lawrence Co., Ala., he married 19 Mar 1843
in Henry Co., Ala. to Cynthia A. Mobley (1823 ? 1876).
Later he married on 21 Aug 1877 he married Martha Ann Stringer (1835 ? 1918).
||2nd Lieutenant, Co. I, 7th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Gregg's)
| Willingham, Amos Jackson
||14 Dec 1841
||10 Jul 1924
in Randolph Co., Ala., he married Anne Elizabeth Mathis (1845-1936)
||Co. E, 14th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Johnson's
Mounted Volunteers) & Co. C, 20th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Elmore's)
| Wolf, Tobias Washington
||29 Apr 1830
||24 Jun 1910
Tenn., he married in 1849 in Upshur Co., Tx. to Sarah Caffey (1828 ? 1915)
||Enlisted 31 Dec 1861,
Co. I, 2nd Regiment,
Arkansas (McIntosh's) Mounted Rifles,
Cavalry, C.S.A. He suffered paralysis and unable to
walk and was discharged by Capt. J. W. Vandever, Scott Co.,
Ark. 19 Aug 1863.
|Calvert, John Napolean
||Feb 4, 1843
||Aug 27, 1937
||Born Lewisburg, Marshall Co., Tn.,
on 26 Feb 1866 in Simpsonville, Upshur Co., Tx. married Margaret E. McCurdy (1839 ? 1927).
||Private, Confederate Army, 10th
Texas Cavalry, Co. F., enlisted in Upshur Co., Texas.
|Patterson, Sam J
||Jan 7, 1845
||Nov 4, 1928
||18 Texas Inf Co H CSA, enlisted May
6 1862 Coffeeville, Upshur Co., Tx.
|Turner, Joshua C
Lt Crump's Regt Co D Tx
|Faulk, Phillip M.
||Jun 6, 1833
||Jul 2, 1911
|| Born in Troy, Pike Co., Ala., married Mary Jane Roudon (1837? 1893).
||Enlisted in China Grove, Ala. on 14
May 1862 in Co. G, 60th
Alabama Infantry Regiment in the Confederate Army.
|Snider, Francis M
|| Co G 63 Al Inf CSA
|Cook, John Reuben
|| Co K 11 TX Inf CSA
|Shrum, John A
||Co B 28 NC Inf CSA
|LaGrone, D. R.
Co K 28th TX Cavalry
|Union Grove Cemetery
|Bowles, William H
||Husband of Elvy
||Tx 22nd Infantry CSA
|Davis, Charles Andrew
||Oct. 9, 1848
||Sep. 2, 1935
||Born in New
Orleans, La., the son of Son of William Davis, he married
Margaret Ophelia York Davis (1865 - 1942)
| Co. E TX Border Rangers CSA
||H/o Sarah Jane Beasley
|| ORD Sgt 1 Regt TX Partisan Rangers CSA
||Dec. 31, 1844
||Sep. 10, 1913
||Co. G, Liken's 35th Texas Cavalry
of the Confederate Army.
|Phillips, James Riley
||Born the son of Wm Phillips (buried West Mountain Cem.) and Sarah Harold Phillips (she is buried Wilson Co., TN).
He married Rebecca J Mackey (1836-1902)
B Lane's Texas Partison Rangers, CSA
|Taylor, J. M.
||Jan. 4, 1838
||Aug. 17, 1911
|Victory, James T.
||Mar. 18, 1845
||Sep. 22, 1923
||Born in Upshur Co., Texas On 10 Jan
1867 in Upshur Co., Tx. he married Mary
Ann Shepperd (1850-1928).
||Enlisted in Gilmer,
Texas on 17 Jul 1862 in Co. D, W.P. Lane's Rangers, 2nd
Texas Regiment Cavalry. Was discharged in Williamson Co.,
Tx. near Round Rock, Tx. in May 1865 under Lt. Montgomery.
|West Mountain Cemetery
|Bradshaw, Robert Organ
Wilson Co., Tn., he married 14 May 1851 in
Wilson Co., Tn. to Sarah L. Phillips (1833 ? 1890)
||Sergeant in Co. L,
Texas Cavalry, Crump's Regiment, Frontier Batallion,
W. P. Lane's Rangers, Texas First Partisan Rangers, CSA.
|Dunagan, Thomas S
||Co. E, Texas 14th Cavalry, Johnson's Mounted
Volunteers, 1st Regiment, Johnson's Brigade, CSA
|Morgan, Richard Washington
in Franklin Co., Ga., he married 4 May 1854 in Rusk Co., Tx. to Elizabeth Adelaide Elder (18 Aug 1834 Franklin Co., Ga. - 16 Jan
1896 Upshur Co., Tx.). Later he married Martha "Mattie" Finch Motley (born Dec 1846 Tx. - Died Upshur Co.,
||Enlisted in Co. I, 18th Texas Infantry,
(W. D. Ochiltree's). He was shot through the right lung at the
Battle of Jenkin's Ferry on 30 Apr 1864 in Grant Co., Arkansas, a
battle in which the Yankees were forced to retreat. He was
discharged in Marshall Texas in Spring, 1865 per his pension
application. He was approved for a Confederate Veteran's Pension
on 31 Aug 1909 from Upshur Co., Texas.
|Morgan, Sebern Pickney
in Cherokee Co., Alabama, in 1863 he married Martha
Ann Thorn Morgan (1844 - 1877). In 1882 he married Susan Spencer Gee (1845 - 1923).
||Enlisted in Co. I, 18th Texas Infantry,
(W. D. Ochiltree's) & later
enlisted in Houston, Texas in Co. G, 35th Texas
Dismounted Cavalry under Capt. G. E. Warren, Col. J. B. Lackens, &
Gen. Magruder. He was discharged in Marshall, Texas in May 1865.
|Phillips, Alpha Peter
Tenn., he married Eliza Ermine Elder (1849 - 1911)
||TX Pvt TX State Troops CSA
Phillips, Ben Franklin
Historical Marker (Close up)
||Ben came from Tenn. in 1851. Served 3 years
Civil War in TX Calvery,
at war's end farmed near Longview, TX. returned to East Mountain 1883.
Church of Christ Minister, Student of Politics, Philosopher,
Confederate veteran. He represented Upshur-Camp Counties
1890-94 in TX Legislature. First he married Mary E .
Blakely 23 Jan 1868 Rusk County, Texas.
Later he married Martha "Mattie" Jane Fambrough (1856-1937).
B, 35th Texas Reg Cavalry CSA patrolled
Gulf Coast, Red River Campaign to prevent invasion of Texas.
| Phillips, James William
||15 Feb 1836
||2 Apr 1913
Wilson Co., Tn., he married Jane Priscilla Smith (1843-1903).
||Enlisted in Gilmer, Tx. on 17
Jul 1862 in Co. D, W.P. Lane's Rangers, 2nd Texas Regiment
Cavalry. Was discharged in Williamson Co., Tx. near Round Rock,
Tx. in May 1865 under Lt. Montgomery. His Confederate Veteran's
Pension was approved 31 Aug 1909 from Upshur Co., Tx.
|Smart, Silas Americas
Fayette Co., Tn., he married Martha J. Smart (1844-1922).
||Enlisted April 1861 in Co. B,
17th Texas & served as an Orderly Sergeant in Co. C, 22nd
Regiment, Texas Infantry (Hubbard's), under Col. Richard B. Hubbard,
Lt Cols. John J. Canon, Elias E. Lott, Maj. Benjamin F. Parker.
Fought at Young's Point and Jenkins' Ferry. His Regiment moved to
Shreveport, La. and then to Hempstead, Texas where he was discharged 1
Mar 1864 on a Surgeon's Disability Report.
| Smith, Columbus Washington
Marion Co., Ga., he married Martha (Mattie) Joyce/Jean Shipp (1849 ? 1905)
||Enlisted in Co. A, 27th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, CSA.
|Smith, Jonathan Neal
Georgia, about 1857 he was married to Lucinda Ricco. Later
he married Missouri Elizabeth Loyless (1851-1900)
||Sergeant in Co. H, 15th
Alabama Infantry CSA. He was
captured in battle at Chattanooga, Tennessee on October 29, 1863 and
imprisoned at Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana until exchanged on
|Todd, John Morgan
||17 Oct 1847
||15 Jul 1930
||Born in Cherokee Co., Ala., he married 10 Apr 1870 in Upshur Co., Texas to Mary Parlina Phillips (1848 -
||Enlisted in Sep 1864 in Gilmer, Texas in Co. I,
Capt. J. M. Brison's Company, Major Evan's Batallion, Texas Cavalry
stationed in Tyler, Smith Co., Texas and operated in East Texas until
the end of the war. He applied for a Confederate Veteran's
Pension twice, in 1919 and 1923. His widow applied for a
Confederate Widow's Pension on 6 Aug 1930.
|Willeford, Henry Clay
||Born in Giles, Tn.,
he married 18 Jan 1866 in Giles, Tn. to Nancy J. Farley (born about 1850 Tx.).
||Enlisted Dec 1861 Co B, 3rd Tennessee Infantry, (Clack's) CSA under Col. C. H. Walker & Capt. R. A.
Mitchell. He was taken a
Prisoner of War "on the retreat from Tennessee" (per his
pension application & released 18 Jan 1865 in Columbia, Tn. by
Major Gen. Thomas. He was approved 1 Dec 1913 for a Confederate
Veteran's Pension from Upshur Co., Texas.
|Willow Oak Cemetery
| Cope, Samuel Timothy
||Mar 30, 1834
||May 20, 1906
||Born in Pike Co.,
Ala., he married Charlcy Carpenter
|| The same unit as his brother, William Henry Harrison Cope, Co. H, 18th Texas
Regiment Infantry from 1861 to 1865.
| Cope, William Henry Harrison
|| Born in Pike Co., Ala. he married on 5 Sep 1867 in Upshur Co.,
Tx. to Zalmonah Velma Wallace
H, 18th Texas Regiment Infantry from 1861 to 1865. In
1914 he applied for a Confederate Pension and on 26 Dec 1921
his wife applied for a Confederate Widow's Pension.
| Dean, Joseph Chandler
|| Dec 31, 1825
|| May 14, 1879
||Born in Washington Co., Ga.,
married 16 Jun 1861 in Ala. to Frances
Elizabeth Powell (1842 Ala.
-1917 Camp Co., Tx.)
||Co. F, 27th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, and
was a Sergeant in Co. D, 57th Regiment, Alabama
Infantry. He served with his brother John C. Dean in the same
| Denson, Madison Monroe
|| 4 May 1832
|| 10 Dec 1915
Rankin Co., Miss., he married Mariah Vaughn Bates (1844-1927)
||1st Lieutenant in Co.
D, 19th Regiment, Texas
||Apr 22, 1844
||Feb 5, 1904
||Born in Locust Grove, Independence Co., Ark., he married in 1866 in Independence Co., Ark.
to Louiza Rowe (1847 ? 1890). Later he married to Mary E. Thompson (1862-1944)
||Private Harvy Elms, (new) Company F, 8th Arkansas Infantry,
CSA, Company Muster roll for May 1 - June 30, 1862; joined: 23
Sep 1861 in Pocahontas, (Randolph Co.), AR by Lieut. J. H.
| Goodwin, J. W.
||Jun 10, 1831
|| Born in Tennessee, he married
1 Jan 1851 to Sarah J Wiggins (1832 ? 1903).
| Enlisted 16 Mar 1862, Co. A., 29th Miss.
Infantry until 1 Dec 1864. His wife applied for a
Confederate Widow's Pension 12 Oct 1899 from Upshur Co., Tx.
| Jones, John A.
||2 Jan 1897
||Born in Alabama, he
married Martha Ann Birdsong
(born about 1836 Georgia) on 11 May 1854 in Eufala Barbour Co., Ala.
in the Confederate Army in the Hilliard's Legion, Major Samuel C. Williams' Battery, Alabama Light Artillery. He fought as part
of the Army of Tennessee from Chickamauga to Atlanta, then saw
action in Gen'l John Bell Hood's winter operations in Tennessee.
In January 1865, it was sent to North Carolina. It surrendered at
Augusta, GA, in April 1865. His widow applied for a Confederate Widow's pension 26 Jul 1899
from Upshur Co., Texas and was approved.
| Pilgrim, Isaac Timms
||Dec 12, 1843
||Apr 23, 1907
|| Born in Coose, Floyd, Georgia in 1866 he married Hannah Berry Davis (1845 ? 1878).
Following Hannah's death he married on 6 Mar 1879 in Upshur
Co., Tx. to Sarah 'Emma' Emmaline Powell (1856 ? 1943).
||Co. G, 6th
Georgia Cavalry, Smith's Legion in which he served from June
1861 to April 1865
| Rials, Alexander
||Feb 9, 1824
||Sep 10, 1897
|| Born in NC, he married Nancy (Nora
1824 Ga. -1906)
|| Co. F, 5th Regiment, Florida Infantry
| Thomas, Isaac W
||Born in Alabama
||Enlisted 19 Jul 1861 through 1865, Pvt Co.
G., 4th Texas Infantry CSA
| Wallace, Rev. John Polk
||Mar 24, 1845
||Apr 15, 1925
in Holly Springs, Marshall Co., he
married Ann Julia Pope (1842 ? 1920).
1863, at Bellevue, Bossier Parish, under R.E. Wyche as Captain,
Company A, 1st Battalion Louisiana State Troops.
Union Soldier Burials
|| Co G 2 US Vol Inf
Glasco, Jesse Martin
|May 12, 1818
||Dec 17, 1886
C US Cav USA --a veteran of both the Mexican War & Civil War
|Pleasant Grove Cemetery
Marr, Benjamin L. "Ben"
|Jan 22, 1845
||Jan 6, 1926
|| Born in Rutherford Co.,
Tennessee, he married Mary Catherine
|| Co. F, 3rd Tennessee Union Regiment, His wife applied for
a Union Soldier Widow's Pension from Texas on 16 Jul 1923 from
Upshur Co., Texas.
|West Mountain Cemetery
|| Fascinating History of William Sobey Given by Upshur Co. Author Roslyn
|| Co E US 57 Illinois Infantry