"SOME BASTROP, TX CIVIL WAR VOLUTEERS
4TH TEX. VOL. INF. REGT.
COMPANY B - TOM GREEN RIFLES
Company was organized in Travis County, Texas, enrolled at Camp Clark, Tex., July 11, 1861, and mustered into the Confederate service "for the war" at Richmond, Va., on Sept.16, 1861, by 2Lt. Wailer R. Bullock, CSA.
Key (1) Original member of Company. (2) Paroled at Appomattox. K (Killed), W (Wounded), POW (Prisoner of War) AWOL (Absent Without Leave)
(1) CARTER, BENJ. F. Capt. - See roster, "Regmtl. Hdqtrs., 4th Tex. Inf."
DUNKIN, G. W. - Enl., Bastrop, Tex., Apr. 1, 1862: W., 2nd Manassas (Aug.30, 1862): Died from wound at Warrenton, Va., Sept.19, 1862.
GOULD, URIAH - EnI. at Bastrop, Tex., Mar.23, 1862: W., Antietam (Sept.17, 1862): Deserted near Dandridge, Tenn., Jan.18, 1864.
RAILEY, JOHN D. - Enl. at Bastrop, Tex., Apr. 6, 1862: W., Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1862): Wound furlough granted: AWOL in Tex., May 2, 1863.
WALKER, G. W. - Enl., Bastrop, Tex., Apr. 5, 1862: W., Chickamauga (Sept.19, 1863): W. & POW, Knoxvil
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