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24th Texas Cavalry Company H
Posted by: Rachel Scarborough (ID *****8852) Date: February 10, 2005 at 14:02:26
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This is the most complete list I could make of this Compnay. Where research has not been completed or there is much speculation, is is stated as such.

Chickamaugua Campaign of 1863
Army of Tennessee - Gen Braxton Bragg
Hill's Corps - Lieut Gen David H Hill
Cleburne's Division - Maj Gen Patrick R Cleburne
Escort - Sanders' Company of Tennessee - Capt C F Sanders
Deshler's Brigade - Brig Gen James Deshler (died Sept 20, 1863 in battle)
Col. Roger Q Mills
24th Texas dismounted Cavalry Regimnet - Maj William A Taylor

The Atlanta Campaign of 1864
Army of Tennessee Gen Joseph E Johnston
Cleburne's Division - Maj Gen Patrick R Cleburne
Grandbury's Brigade - Brig Gen Hiram B Granbury (in April 1864 and August 1864)
Smith's Brigade (in June and July 1864)
24th Dismounted Cavalry Regiment - Col Franklin C Wilkes in April 1864
Under Maj Gen William A Taylor in July & August 1864

24th was under Carter unknown date.

Those taken prisoner at Arkansas Post were sent to Camp Chase, Rock Island, Camp Butler, Camp Douglas, and some were paroled at City Point, VA

Cpt Samuel Thompson Foster
Wrote a diary of his battles and goings on during the war. Later became Captain to Company B.

Captain Philip K Smith
Phil/Philip K (PK) Smith lived in Liberty Co, TX in 1850 & 1860 as a clerk. He was born in Maryland in 1832. He was later part of Co I of 25th Texas Cavalry.

Lt Obed Cook
There were 2 Obed Cooks serving Texas during the War. One lived in Live Oak Co, TX in 1860. There was an O Cook that signed up for pension in Gaudalupe Co, TX. Not sure if this is him #01737.

Lt John M Lacour
John M C Lacour lived in Liberty Co, TX in 1860 & 1880 and was born 1830 in Louisiana. He was still living when Frozan Fruger filed his application in 1916.

Lt J J Pickett
Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860. Was born about 1835 in Tennessee. At some point he may have been brought into Co I of the 25th and served as an Assistant Surgeon.

2nd Lt Mathias Bristley
Filed pension application in Liberty Co, TX #02664.
Later became part of Co D, 25th Texas Cavalry, and the 3rd Texas Lancers.

2nd Lt Alfred Hitchcox/Heickcock
Was in the 1860 census of Live Oak Co, TX. Born in 1824 in Illinois.

2nd Lt George A Preacher
Was in the 1860 census for Liberty Co, Texas. Born in 1836 in Alabama. Later served in Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry.

Sgt Henry H Cowen

Sgt Gilbert Crosby
Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860. Born in 1831 in Alabama. Later served in Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry. Possibly also serving in Co F of 5th Texas Infantry.


Sgt George Davidson

Sgt Joseph Warren Deacons
The only man with a similar name I have found in 1860 is 18 year old Joseph Deason, born 1841 in Georgia. He was living in Rusk Co, TX in 1860.

Sgt Oscar De Blanc
In 1860 census he was living in Liberty County, Texas. He was born 1840 in Louisiana. He was still living in Liberty Co, TX in 1870 & 1880 and had a land Patent with William Cassin in Sutton County, TX dated 5 Sep 1887 for 1223 acres. Filed pension application in Liberty Co, TX #07077

Sgt John Wiley Dellis
He lived in Anderson Co, TX in 1860 and was born 1838 in Mississippi. He also served in Co C of the 21st Texas Cavalry.

Sgt Thomas Fisher
There are two possible Thomas Fishers this man could be. Ine was living in Madison Co, TX in 1860 having been born 1831 in Alabama, and the other was in Robertson CO, TX having been born in 1841 in Texas. There was a Thomas Fisher in Colorado Co, TX in 1846. Not sure if this is him but there was a Thomas B Fisher that filed a pension application in Milam Co, TX #16042

Q M Sgt Jerome Hooper

Sgt Thomas Iles
Was in the 1860 census in Karnes Co, TX. Born 1833 in Illinois. Also served Co D 17th consolidated dismounted cavalry.

Sgt William Jefferson Maddox
Was living in Live Oak Co, TX in 1860. He was born in 1842 in Texas.

Sgt Eugene Jefferson Magill/McGill
Was in the 1860 census of Live Oak Co, Tx, and was born 1834 in Virginia.

Sgt J C McFaden

Sgt Benjamin Thomas Moore
Was living in Jefferson Co, TX in 1860. Was born in 1831 in Louisiana. He died 14 Feb 1913 in Texas. Married Mary Elizabeth Carr.

Sgt John Hankins Neil

Sgt Francois (Frank) S Rachelle/Rashal
Was living in Liberty Co, TX in 1860. He was born in 1840 in Louisiana. He served in Co H for the 24th and then the Consolidated 24th & 25th.

Sgt Charles Thomas
Lived in Anderson Co, TX in 1860. He was born in 1843 in Texas.

Sgt Thomas Franklin Votaw
Lived in Live Oak, Co, TX in 1860. Was born 10 May 1842 in Texas. Died at the New Hope Church during a Georgia battle.

Cpl Thomas Jefferson Chambers
He was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860, and was born 22 Mar 1840 in Virginia. Pension application filed in Liberty Co, TX #27861. According to Bruce Stevensí records on ancestry.com: He enlisted Dec 5, 1861, and had been a newspaper man. He died in 24 May, 1929 in Houston, TX of dementia. Note:
Family oral tradition stated that "T.J." fought in Civl War, walked back, barefoot, from Philadelphia to Virginia. In Virginia he was, at one time, Superintendent of the Methodist Sunday School and that he served as a judge (since disproved) in Chambers County.
Material provided from the State of Texas states he was a newspaperman and, before that, a soldier in the Mexican-American and Civil Wars. In the CW, he was a cavalryman in Company I, 25th Texas Regiment, and was twice captured. The first time he was imprisoned in Illinois but later exchanged at City Point, VA (was he marched back from Philadelphia?). He then rejoined his rebuilt regiment and fought at the strategic Confederate victory of Chickamauga on September 19-20, 1863 under General Deshler, attached to General Bragg's army. Deshler was killed when hit in the chest by an exploding shell while going to inspect personally the Texas troops, who had complained of running low of ammo. This was the third bloodiest battle of the CW. Unfortunately for TJ, he was captured there and spent the rest of the war at Camp Douglas, on the south side of Chicago (currently between 35th & 39th and Cottage Grove & M.L. King Drive), which was a notorious Union prison. One source, sympathetic to the North, said 6,129 of about 20,000 prisoners died of disease and starvation at the Camp. For additional detail on his life, see the bio on him excerpted from the Confederate Military History, Extended Edition, Vol.XV, Texas.
Considerable information uncovered on visit to Sam Houston Library in Liberty, Texas, on 11/8/96, both on TJ and his many relatives. Much was added under other names. Below is his military records:
Enlisted in 25th Texas Cavalry on March 17, 1862
Served in Capt. E. B. Pickett's Company, 3 Regiment, Carter's Brigade, Texas Mounted Volunteers, May 3, 1862. Listed as assets a horse worth $200 & equipments (sic) worth $50.
Was listed present in company in July & August, 1862.
January 1-11, 1863, Battle of Post (or Fort) Arkansas, where TJC was captured (see his diary entry).
Was taken prisoner on Sept. 16, 1863 near Chicamauga and shipped to Louisville, KY for exchange.
On Oct. 10, 1863, was listed on roll of prisoners in Louisville.
On Oct. 2, 1863, was listed as received in Camp Douglas.
On May 4, 1965, listed as transferred from Camp Douglas to New Orleans for exchange.
On May 23, listed as exchanged in New Orleans.
He had 13 kids.

Cpl William Dixon

Cpl James Jefferson Green
Was living in Smith County, TX in 1850 and Henderson County, Texas in 1860. He was born 1838 in Tennessee. Was captured at Arkansas Post. Prisoner at Camp Butler, IL, died 3/13/1863 buried at Camp Butler, Confederate Section #756

Cpl Richard Andrew Jones
Pension Application filed in Freestone Co, TX #21843

Cpl Alfred Jones Richards

Cpl George Washington Stewart
Pension Application filed in Houston Co, TX #13859
Posted by: Evelyn Date: September 11, 2000 at 16:30:56
In Reply to: Re: George Washington Stewart, b. Sep. 2, 18 by Kathy Longhurst of 12699
Sun, 10 Sep 2000 18:58:07 EDT
From:JOwens9034@aol.com
To:STEWART-L@rootsweb.com
Have hit a brick Wall ! Need Help , please !
I am looking for George W.Stewart .He was born about 1836 in MS. Census
shows his father's birthplace unknown . His mother's birthplace was MS. I
have him entering Texas about 1846. He married Frances P. ( unknown ) .
Frances was born in Arkansas. I find him on the 1870 Bell County Texas
Census , 1880 Henderson County Census. His son was married in Tom Green
County , Texas 1885 . I find G.W.in Tom Green County in 1901 applying for a
civil war pension .He is found in Motley county , Texas with his son &
daughther in law 1910 .He was found in The Austin Texas Confederate home 1912 & left in 1913 . Unknown burial place .

Cpl James Hampton/Hamilton Winters
Was living in Live Oak Co, TX in 1860. He was born 1838 in Texas. His father James was head of household in Oakville, and his Uncle Benjamin lived down the road. Family records with his name seem to indicate he disappeared sometime after his daughter Maryís birth in 1860, and no one knows what became of him.

Pvt Cullen Andrews
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/surnames.andrews/1768
Cullen Andrews
Author: James Burrow Date: 20 Jun 1999 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: Andrews, Burrow, Whaling
Classification: Query

Cullen Andrews served with the Texas Calvary in the Civil War. He was captured and detained in Illinois, had two children in Illinois and then moved to Arkansas and is listed on the 1880 Washington County, Arkansas Census.
His wife was Lucinda (sp)
Sarah born abt 1859
Robert born abt 1862
Illia (Illinois) born in 1864
Walter born abt 1870

Pvt Manuel Anesta

Pvt John Franklin Arnett
Was in the 1860 census for Freestone Co, TX. Was born 1842 in Florida. Filed for pension in Leon Co, TX # 14310.

Fifer Pvt William James Averill
Prisoner of Camp Butler, IL died 2/10/1863 buried Camp Butler Confederate Section #848

Pvt George Allen Baker
Was in Colorado Co, Texas in 1860. Was born 1836 in Hanover.

Pvt Thomas Anderson Baker

Pvt Newton C Bawcom/Balcom
One land abstract for an N C Bawcom in Fisher Co, TX is the only records besides confederate service that has been found.


Pvt Nathan Bartlett
Born 15 Nov 1836 in Missouri. Married one Melissa Lodusky James in 1857 in Live Oak County, Texas. Died 9 Nov 1862 in Georgia.


Pvt William Bartlett
Born 1835 Tennessee. Married Mary J Maddox in 1857 in Live Oak Co, TX. He was the Sheriff of Live Oak County in 1857. According to his fatherís will he died before 1880.

Pvt John C Bates
Possibly John Carson Bates who filed for pension in Upshur Co, TX #39985. Need to find out for sure.

Pvt J B Bercher

Pvt Levi A Bitterman
His wife filed for pension in Nueces Co, TX #49919

Pvt F Blair

Pvt J H Brashear

Pvt Robert Porter Bratton
Listed in 1860 Census in Colorado Co, TX, born 1828 Tennessee. Farmer, age 31 in 1860, enlisted Apr 1862 Hempstead, TX. Later became a wheelright in Co F 25th TX Cavalry in 1864. Died 22 Dec 1868 in Colorado Co, TX buried at Bratton Cemetery. Married Mary Felicia Suggs in 1858 and had 2 kids.

Pvt John Henry Bringhurst
Was in Houston, Harris Co, TX in 1860. Was born Feb 11 1844 in Houston, Texas. Died 3 Sep 1890 in Houston, TX. Married Jane Minerva Abercrombie. She filed a pension application in Harris Co, TX #51190

Pvt John Henry Burrell
Was in the 1860 census, Houston, Harris Co, TX. Was born 1832 Ohio.

Pvt William Green Butler
Was in the 1860 cenus of Karnes County, TX. Born 20 Jun 1834 in Scott Co, Mississippi. Was listed in the 1880 census of Karnes County, TX with wife Adeline Riggs Burris whom he married in 1858 in Goliad Co, TX. Was still living in Karnes CO, TX in 1900 and 1910. He died 14 Jun 1912 Karnes Co, TX. He was a cattle rancher and a mason of the Royal Arch Degree. Exert from "The Trail Drivers Of Texas" page 712:

"When the trains began to haul their first long strings of clanking
freight cars loaded with cattle, many ranchmen were happy that for their
sons the getting of cattle to market in the future would be so
simplified. Weeks on the trail, driving their slow moving herds,
through days of sun and days of rain, with always nights on the great
outside, were now over. But life has a way of compensating, and from
these men who had been called on to use the best that was in them of
courage and of resourcefulness through those years, there grew a line of
sturdy, hardy men who could not have just happened to be as they were.
They had been developed.
Among these Knights of the Cattle Trail--the old trail drivers--was
William G. Butler, of Karnes County, known all the way up and down the
trail as 'Bill Butler.'
When Texas was young and raw and the bad man seemed ever ready to
get the better of the good man, because there were more of them, Bill
Butler came with his father and mother, Burnell and Sallie Butler, in
1852 to Texas from Scott County, Mississippi, he being eighteen years old
at that time. The trip was made, as were all others in the days before
the railroads had come, overland in wagons; there were three ox-drawn
wagons, the family and seven negro slaves. At the end of the three
months they reched the San Antonio River on December 24, 1852. Home was
there made, they then began the raising of cattle and the taking up of
wild and--then thought to be--almost worthless land."

Pvt William J Cade
Also served in Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry. Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860 census. He was born 1836 in Mississippi or Alabama. He was still in Liberty Co, TX in 1870, 1880, and died before 1900.

Pvt B F Carter
May have been Benj Carter born 1842 AL living in Leon Co, TX in 1860. Canít be sure. There was one Benajmin F Carter who filed a pension application in Cooke Co, TX #00964. Not sure if it is the same person.

Pvt N Casey

Pvt J Cashat/Cashett


Pvt William Caviness/Caveness
Could be J William Cabiness living in Caldwell CO, in 1860 born 1837 MS bot not sure. Could Joel & William be the same man? Did find a William A Caveness who had filed a pension application in Cherokee Co, TX #14892. Donít know if it is the same man.

Pvt Joel F/T Caviness

Pvt Thomas Perry Chesney
Did find a Thomas Perry Chesney born 1882 DeWitt Co, TX father was Alfred Chesney and grandfather was Thomas P Chesney.

Pvt Anthony Cincere

Pvt J C Clayton

Pvt Alexander J Coker
There was an AJ Coker listed in the 1860 census in Tyler Co, TX born 1832 Alabama. There was a James Coker in Karnes Co born 1826 MS. Did find a Sarah E Coker widow of Alexander Coker Live Oak Co, TX that filed a pension application #02713

Pvt Andrew Jackson Cole

Pvt David A Conner
In Fort Bend Co, TX in 1860 born 1838 AL. Prisoner of Camp Butler, IL, died 3/19/1863, buried Camp Butler, Confederate Section #622

Pvt John H Conner
In Fort Bend Co, TX born 1837 AL. Prisoner of Camp Butler, IL, died 3/6/1863, buried Camp Butler, Confederate Section #271

Pvt Andrew Jackson Cook
Living in Colorado Co, TX in 1870 & 1880. Born 1830 in VA. Had at least 6 kids.


Pvt Antoine Corbello
He was listed in Civil War records as Antonie Corbello/Curbello and census records state that he was Antoine Corvello of Liberty Co, TX in 1860 born1823 Louisiana. He later served in Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry. He was listed as Antoine Corbello of Liberty Co, TX in 1880 with wife Aurolina/Leona, and a son John and daughter Leonice. There is also another Antoine F Corbello in the 1870 census born in 1851 LA.

Pvt James H Cote

Pvt Edwin Chipman Cullen
Born April 1836 in Coosa County, AL. He was married to Hortense OíBrien and had at least 5 kids. He appears in Travis Co, TX as Edward Cullen in 1880. He filed a pension application in Travis Co, TX #16716

Pvt Thomas J Cullen

Pvt E Dittmar
Could be Emil Dittmar of Guadalupe Co, TX in 1860 born 1836 in Hesse, Eli Dettmer of Austin Co, TX in 1860 born 1838 Germany. Never did find an Eli in the CW records but Emile Ditmar was in CO F of the 36th TX Cavalry.

Pvt Thomas Lafayette Doran
Was in San Saba Co, TX in 1860 born 1838 in AL. In 1850 he had been in Titus Co, TX.

Pvt John Dugat
Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860, born 24 Jul 1837 Louisiana. Also served as part of the 25th Texas Cavalry. He married Fannie Abshire 1860 in Liberty Co, TX.
He may have filed a pension application in Chambers Co, TX #14866.

Pvt Jacob Homer Eastman
In 1850 census he was in Tyler Co, TX born 1840 MS, and in Lampasas Co, TX in 1860. He was the son of Levi Jacob Eastman and disappeared after 1860.

Pvt Samuel Fisher
In the 1860 census in Madison CO, TX born 1838 in Alabama. He was still in Madison Co, TX in 1870. There was a Samuel Fisher who filed a pension application in Nolan Co, TX #16203.

Pvt W J Fisher
There is a William J Fisher in Fayette CO, TX in 1860 born 1842 TX but not sure if this is him. This could also be the other name for William J Foster. There was a William Juniues Fisher whose wife Evelyn Bomar Fister filed a pension application in Gonzales Co, TX #51166.

Pvt William Saunders Flareday/Florida

Pvt William Jasper Foster

Pvt Hugo Fransen
Was in Chamber Co, TX in 1860 born 1833 Netherlands. Name is Civil War records and Census records also spelled the name Francen, Francens, and Franssen. He was still in Chambers Co, TX in 1870 & 1880. He had a wife Metta, and 9 kids.

Pvt William Edward/Edmond Frazee
Was is Houston, Harris Co, TX in 1860 born 1837 MS.

Pvt George Washington Freeman
Was in Caldwell CO, TX in 1860 born 1842 MS. Was living in Corpus Christi, Nueces County, TX in 1870. In 1880 he was in Williamson Co, TX and had a wife Mary and had 3 kids.

Pvt Frozan/Valsan Fruger
Also served the 25th TX Cavalry.
Mary Stutzman - Following is information from the man who I think might be my Great-Great Grandfather, Frozan Fruger's application for a Soldiers Pension. I'm interested in finding descendents of others who may have served in Co. H, 25th Texas Cavalry. Frozan Fruger filed in Liberty Co, TX for a pension and was rejected. There was also Mrc Mary C (Selena) that filed for Valsan or Julien Fruger. And there was a Clementine Fruger that filed for Joseph Fruger.

Soldier's Application for Pension
Name of Applicant: Frozan Fruger
Liberty County, Postoffice Liberty, TX Filed 3/25/16

Wrote that he was: "Was discharged in the hospital in Liberty, Texas, April 1865 - end of the Civil War.

1. What is your age? "72 in May 1916"
2. Where were you born? "La. U.S.A."
3. How long have you resided in Texas? "54 years"
4. In what county do you reside? Liberty
5. How long have you resided in said county, and what is your postoffice address? "54 years, Liberty"
6. Have you applied for a pension under the Confederate pension law and been rejected? If rejected, state when and where: "This is first application."
7. What is your occupation, if able to engage in one? "Farmer" What is your physical condition? "Bad"
8. In what State was the command in which you served organized? "Texas"
9. How long did you serve? Give, if possible, the date of enlistment and discharge: "Jun 64 to Apr 65"
10. What was the letter of your company, number of battalion, regiment or battery? "Co. "H", 25th Texas Cavalry
11. If transferred from one command to another, give time of transfer, name of command and time of service: "No transfer"
12. What branch of the service did you enlist - infantry, cavalry, artillery or nave? "Cavalry"
13. If commissioned direct by the President, what was your rank and line of duty? "Not commissioned"
14. If detailed for special service, under the law of conscription, what was the nature of your service and how long did you serve? "Private from June 64 to Apr 65
15. What is the assessed value of your home, if you own a home? "Has no home"
16. What is the assessed value of your other property? "Nothing"
17. Have you transferred to others any property of any kind for the purpose of becoming a beneficiary under this law? "No"
Signed: "his X" Frozan Fruger
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this "24th day of March A. D. 1916
C.N. Smith, County Judge Liberty County, Texas
Affidavit of Winesses
J. M. C. La Cour: Swore he personally knew Frozan Fruger and that Frozan Fruger had been a resident of Texas since January 1, A. D. 1900
C. N. Smith wrote regarding J. M. C. La Cour: "He was conscript officer and he conscripted Frozan Fruger in 1864 in June and at that time he _langed (?) to the company name.
Certificate of State and County Assessor:
C. F. Steensoff, State and County Assess in the County of Liberty State of Texas: certified Frozan Fruger had no home and no property of any kind.
Letter in response to a request from the Commissioner of Pensions, State of Texas, Austin to the Adjutant General, War Department, Washington, D. C. for the military record of Frozan Fruger.
War DepartmentThe Adjutant General's Office March 29, 1916

Respectfully returned to the Commissioner of Pensions, State of Texas, Austin
The name Frozan Fruger has not been found on the rolls on file in this office of Co. H, 25th Texas Cavalry, CSA.
The records show, however, that F. Frugier, private, Co. H, of said organization, "joined Nov. 17, at Ark. Post, from desertion." Nothing further relative to him has been found of record. Rolls of co. on file partially period from May 3, 1862 to Apl. 30, 1864
Letter dated 4/1/1916 from the Commissioner of Pensions, State of Texas, Austin:
Mr. Frozan Fruger, Liberty Texas
Dear Sir:
The records at Washington, D. C. show that "F. Fruger, private Co. H, 25 Texas Cavalry." Joined Nov. 17 at Ark. Post from Desertion." If you can write me something in explanation to the above, I will be glad to reconsider your application, but with the above record on file I will be compelled to reject same.
Yours truly, J. C. Jones, Commissioner
In rebuttal the following was written by C. N. Smith: "Before me the undersigned authority this day personally appeared J. M. C. La Cour who first bring sworn deposes and says: My name is J. M. C. La Cour. I am 84 years of age. I was conscript officer in the Confederate service in Liberty County, Texas in 1864 and pressed into service Frozan Fruger in that year as soon as he was 18 years old and I sent him to Hampstead Texas to Co. H 25 Texas Cavalry and this man never was at Ark. Post. J. M. C. La Cour
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28th day of April 1916.
C. N. Smith, Co. Judge, Liberty Co., Tex

Letter dated 5/1/1916 from the Commissioner of Pensions, State of Texas, Austin:
Mr. Frozen Fruger, Liberty, Texas,
Dear Sir:
The additional proof which you have offered in connection with your application, is not sufficient, as you will have to have men who were with you at the time referred to, and not a man who was at home at the time the records at Washington, D. C. state.
Yours truly, J. C. Jones, Commissioner


Pvt J H Fuller
Possibly John Fuller who served Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry.

Pvt Andrew J Gill
Also served Co I 25th Texas Cavalry. Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860 born 1834 Texas. Had a wife named Nancy and at least 2 kids. Was in Liberty Co, Tx 1870.

Pvt Appolinain/Appolina Gillard
Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860, was born 1841 Louisiana. Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1870 as Appo Gillard, and as Appa in 1880. He had a wife Ezema, and 4 kids. Also served the 25th Texas Cavalry. Could be Adolph Gillard who filed for pension in Liberty Co, TX #02667.

Pvt Ludolph Gillard
Also served the 25th Texas Cavalry. Was in Liberty Co, Tx in 1860, was born 1840 in Louisiana. He was still in Liberty Co, TX in 1870 with wife Hersilie.

Pvt Numa Gillard
Filed a pension application for Liberty Co, TX #30275.

Pvt Raphael Gonzales

Pvt A J Gray
Also served Co I 25th Texas Cavalry. Could be Andrew Jackson Gray born 1832 AL married to Mary E Gwen with 8 kids all born in Lavaca Co, TX but no way to tell yet.

Pvt Charles Green

Pvt E Green

Pvt F L Green

Pvt John Henry Gregg
Could be John Gregg of San Saba Co, TX in 1860 or Freestone Co, TX 1860.

Pvt John Peterson Guinn
Was in the 1860 census Colorado Co, TX born 1817 in Georgia.

Pvt Joseph Haden
The only Joseph found in 1860 in Texas was Jos B Haden of Panola Co, TX born 1829 Alabama. Did find a Joseph B Haden pension application in Panola Co, TX #05903

Pvt James Moore Hall
Was in San Saba Co, TX in 1860. Born 1839-1841 Tennessee. Lived in San Saba Co, TX in 1870 and 1880 and died in 1903. Had a wife Mary Hudson and 5 kids. The family was living in Caldwell Co, TX prior to 1860.

Pvt S C Hartman/Hardin
Also served the 25th Texas Cavalry Co I. Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860 born 1839 Louisiana. Did find a Swan Hardin that filed a pension application Liberty Co, TX #09727. Donít know if this might be the same person.

Pvt W Harper
Also served the 25th Texas Cavalry. May be Wm Harper of DeWitt Co, TX 1860 born 1836 Texas???

Pvt Joel Harrison
Lived in Live Oak Co, TX in 1860, born 1844 Arkansas.

Pvt J H Higgins

Pvt Daniel/David Oglestead Holland
Filed pension application in San Saba Co, TX #19570.

Pvt Nathan Holly/Holley
Also served Co I 25th Texas Cavalry. Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860 born 1827 Louisiana. Lived next door to S C Holly. It is possible this is Nathaniel Allen Hooley whoís wife M J filed a pension application in Delta Co, TX #23280 but not sure.

Pvt George Washington Hubbert
George W Hubbard in San Saba Co, TX in 1860 born 1840 in Alabama.

Pvt Robert Henry Hubbert
Was in San Saba Co, TX in 1860, born 1837 Alabama. He was originally from Canadian, Mississippi Co, AR.

Pvt Samuel T Hutchinson

Pvt Nathan Henry James
Became part of the 17th Texas Cavalry Co D. He was in Bexar Co, TX in 1850, was in Live Oak Co, TX in 1860. He was born 9 Mar 1842 in Gum, TX. He had a wife Eugenia Malta Pyeatt/Mattie and 6 kids in Live Oak Co, and 4 kids in Kerr Co. By 1880 he was a cattle rancher in Live Oak Co, TX and by 1884 he moved to Kerr Co, TX. He died 25 Jan 1915 in Kerr Co, TX.

Pvt Charles A Johnson
Possibly Chas Johnson in Galveston Co, TX in 1860 born 1838 Germany.

Pvt S H Johnson/Johnston
Also served Co L 25th Texas Cavalry. Could be S H Johnson of Liberty Co, TX in 1860 born 1846 Texas.

Pvt Daniel Thomas Jones
Could be Danl Jones 1860 census in Tyler Co, TX born 1844 Alabama.

Pvt J C Jones

Pvt Stephen Jones
Found in Liberty Co, TX in 1860 born 1829 Louisiana.

Pvt W H Jones
Possibly Wm Jones of Liberty Co, TX 1860 born 1836 Texas.

Pvt James J Jordan
Later served Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry. Possibly James Jefferson Jordan born 1837 Alabama/Florida, 2nd marriage to Rebecca Beck. Married 1871 Hardin Co, TX. Lived in Chambers Co, Tx about 1860. Not sure but definite possibilities.

Pvt Albert Kuz Kendall
Was in Colorado Co, TX in 1860 born 1831 Kentucky.

Pvt Warren Paris Kitcham
Found Tennie Kitchamís application in Harris CO, TX #41245

Pvt James William G Kirkpatrick
May have been Jas Kirkpatrick of Houston Co, TX in 1860 born 1842 Texas.

Pvt Seprian E Lacour
Was living in Liberty Co, TX in 1860, born 1843 Louisiana. May have been related to John m C Lacour.

Pvt Robert B Lambden
Could be the Robert Landen of Titus Co, TX in 1860 born 1838 Kentucky

Pvt Augustus Lapeyre
Also served in 1st Texas Heavy Artillery as August Lapayre along with Peter Lapeyre/La Peyre.

Pvt Randolph Lee (Blacksmith)
Prisoner at Camp Chase, died 1/12/1865, buried Camp Chase Row 21, No. 46, grave 752.

Pvt Henry M Linney
Also served the Co I 25th Texas Cavalry, and Co F of Griffinís Battalion Infantry.

Pvt James Lyons
Also served Co I 25th Texas Cavalry. Could be James Warren Lyons of Fayette Co, TX in 1860 born 1846 Texas, but unable to tell for sure.

Pvt R T Loggins/Logans
Also served in Co I 25th Texas Cavalry.

Pvt Ogelthorpe Love
Was in Washington Co, TX in 1860, born 1841 Texas. May be the same as James Love in 1850 census of Washington Co, TX but not sure. Same father, Robert Love, and same birth year.

Pvt Jesus Luna

Pvt Eugene Lewis Massey
Also served in Co I 25th Texas Cavalry. Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860 born 1833 France.

Pvt John W McCallister/McAllister
Prisoner at Camp Butler, IL, died 3/9/1863 buried at Camp Butler, Confederate Secion #265

Pvt G W McGahen/McShan
Also served Co B 25th Texas Cavalry. May have been George Washington McShan who was born 1824 in MS and died 1908 in Lousiana. Sometime between 1860 and 1866 he had moved to Texas from Arkansas. Not known if this is the same man.

Pvt William Phillip Telimicus McManus
Living in Liberty Co, TX in 1860 born 1841 in Texas. He filed a pension application in Chambers Co, TX #14867 and wife filed also in Chambers Co, TX #41782.

Pvt F P McMillian (R P Millican)

Pvt William Marion McMurry

Pvt Levi McMurtry
Was in Liberty Co, Texas in 1860 born 15 Feb 1830 Louisiana. He was still in Liberty Co, TX in 1870. Also served in Co H 25th Texas Cavalry. He died 20 Dec 1893 Liberty Co, Texas.

Pvt James Lakoch Mitchell

Pvt James A Moran

Pvt David H Neal
Also served in Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry.

Pvt Thomas Jefferson Neatherlin (Neathery, Nethery)
There are two possibilities in the 1860 census: Thos J Neatherly of Harris Co, TX born 1822 AL, or Thomas Neatherlin of Williamson Co, TX born 1843 Texas.

Pvt Albert W Neighbors
There was an Albert H Neighbors that with his family moved from Louisiana to Bowie Co, TX before 1862. He was born in Alabama. Not sure if this is the same guy.

Pvt Alfred Clayborn Neil

Pvt S S Nichols
Also served in Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry.

Pvt Joseph Witsett Nooner
Was living in Hemstead, Austin Co, TX in 1860 born 1839 Kentucky. Still lived in Austin Co TX in 1870.

Pvt Edward Lomax Norfleet

Pvt Nathaniel Monroe Norfleet

Pvt Henry Clinton Orrick

Pvt Alfred Owen(s)
Also served with the 25th Texas Cavalry.

Pvt Joseph A Pankey
Cowboy, age 25 in 1860, born 1834 TN, lived in 1860 in Colorado Co, TX. Enlisted Mar 27, 1862 at Eagle Lake, TX, absent ill in Colorado Co, TX Aug 1862, captured at Fort Hindman AR Jan 11, 1863, paroled, hospitalized Richmond, VA Apr 30, 1863, granted 30 day furlough Columbus, TX to recover Jun 18, 1863. Assigned to Co F 35th Texas Cavalry in 1864. Declared a deserter Mar 26, 1864. May have moved back to Obion Co, TN in 1870.

Pvt Tilghman Weaver Pierce
Was in Houston, Harris Co, TX in 1860 born 1829 Alabama. Had a wife Martha.

Pvt John H Pies/Pica/Pice/Price
Also served Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry. Did find a J H Price filed pension application Robertson CO, TX 07049, donít know if itís the same person.

Pvt James R Poe
Was in Rusk Co, TX in 1860 born 1840 in Alabama.

Pvt John Asbury Poe
Born Aug 19 1840 in Alabama. Before 1850 was in Wood CO, TX. In 1857 was in San Saba Co, TX. Was in Hood Co, TX in 1870 and 1920 was in Wichita Co, TX. Files a pension application under the name John Ashbury Poe in Erath Co, TX #21602.

Pvt Thomas H Puckett

Pvt J F Quinn

Pvt Edward Monroe Reid

Pvt W F Reynolds
(also served in Co. I). Did find a William Frazier Reynolds in Lee Co, TX pension application #02584. Not sure if it is the same man.

Pvt L/F G Ricca

Pvt A Richards

Pvt Thomas Didimus Richards
Filed a pension application in Burleson Co, TX #09865

Pvt William Lawrence Richards
Prisoner at Camp Butler, IL, died 3/5/1863 buried Camp Butler, Confederate Section #409

Pvt Richardson

Pvt D Ripka

Pvt Jeremiah Kirklin Robinson
May have been J K Robsinson of Travis Co, TX in 1860 born 1843 Arkansas. Prisoner at Camp Butler, IL, died 2/6/1863, buried Camp Butler, Confederate Section, #241

Pvt Hiram Runnels Rogers
Was in Houston, Harris Co, TX in 1860, born 1843 Texas.

Pvt Rose
Could possibly be Archibald Rose of San Saba Co, TX who had connections where Archibald Sloanís family lived.

Farrier Pvt Jefferson Sanders
Was living in Karnes Co, TX in 1860 born 1823 Tennessee. Did find one Jefferson Harris Sanders and wife in Van Zandt Co, TX pension #23696 & #39441. Donít know if this is the same person.

Pvt J H Sargent
Was in Jefferson Co, TX in 1860 born 1834 in New York. He was an engineer.

Pvt Peter Raiser Sharwick/Sharrock
The only Sharrock people found in Texas were living in Cherokee Co, TX in 1860. Did not find anything reslembling his name or initials. There is no listing anywhere for the name Sharwick.

Pvt Simeon Shrewsberry
Was born 1838 in Virginia. In 1850 he was in Breckinridge Co, KY. Age 21 in 1860 in Colorado Co, TX in LA Washingtonís home next door to Joel Shrewsbury. Enlisted Mar 16, 1862 in Colorado Co, TX. Captured Ft Hindman, AR Jan 11, 1863. Imprisoned at Camp Butler, IL, released Mar 1863. In 1870 he was living in Meade Co, KY in the home of N Shewsberry Sr, and near James & N Shewsberry Jrís households.

Pvt Andrew J Simpson
Also served in 25th Texas Cavalry. Was in Chambers Co, TX in 1860, born 1842 Alabama. Brother to William H Simpson.

Pvt William H Simpson
Brother to Andrew J Simpson. Was in Chambers Co, TX in 1860, born 1840 Alabama. Did find one W H Simpson whose pension application was rejected in Hardeman Co, TX.

Pvt William Singler
Same as William Sangler who was in Bee Co, TX in 1860 born 1842 in Hamburg. He also served Co I of the 25th Texas Cavalry. His wife was Adeves (AĎDovish) Corbello and he had 12 kids. He filed a pension application in Bee CO, TX #00230 and his wife filed in Aransas Co, TX #27960.

Pvt A Sirizee

Pvt Archibald Overton Sloan
Born 26 Jan 1841 Tishomingo CO, MS died 27 Dec 1862 Arkansas Post. Buried Coweta Co, GA. Enlisted in 1862. He was probably around San Saba CO, TX in 1860. Sloan TX is named for this family.
Posted by: Frank Mitchell Date: December 15, 1999 at 17:58:18
In Reply to: Archibald Overton Sloan, Civil War by Edward Jordan Lanham

Eddie,
I only know a little about this Archibald, He was a substitute for an older brother in the Confederate Army, and died of sickness and exposure while stationed at Arkansas Post.
This info is from "House of Sloan - Sloan Family Record" by James Allen Sloan, 1959.
As far as I know, he was never married? Do you know of any descendants? He was the son of Thomas Allen Sloan & Nancy Gillis Hester. I have more info on the family, if interested.
Frank Mitchell
Visit "The Sloan Connection" at http://www.panama.phoenix.net/~fmitchel/welcome.html

Pvt G T Smith

Pvt Samuel W Smith
Was living in Colorado Co TX in 1860 born 1838 Ohio.

Pvt W C Smith

Pvt Godfrice St Onge

Pvt John Sidney Templeton
John Sidney Templeton was born in 1842 in Alabama. In 1863 he was in Crockett, Houston County, TX visiting with the William Windham family when he enlisted. In 1870 he was in Burleson County, Texas. In his pension application a witness testified that Templeton was shot in the shoulder at the battle of Chickamaugua. Templeton later joined an infantry unit before being discharged at the end of the war. He died in 1906 of emphysema and was buried at Old Algerita Cemetery in San Saba Country, Texas

Pvt Edgar W Thompson
In 1860 he was in Houston, Harris Co, TX born 1840 Texas. Son of AP Thompson of England. He was still in Harris Co, TX in 1870.

Pvt Robert Terlune Thompson
In 1860 he was in Houston, Harris Co, TX born 1844 Texas, son of AP Thompson of England.

Pvt John Vorbeck
Also served Co I 25th Texas Cavalry.

Pvt Benjamin Goodwin/Gooden Warren
Born 27 Jan 1843 Bolivar CO, TN. Married Effie Hubbert 1865 in San Saba Co. TX. He was in San Saba Co, TX in 1860. Effie filed a pension application in Coke Co, TX #05087.

Pvt Frederick Wenland

Pvt John Lewis Wilborn
Was in Chambers Co, TX in 1860 born 1834 in Texas.

Pvt Jarred Watson Woodall
Was in San Saba Co, TX in 1860 born 1837 Georgia

Pvt Kenney Bryan Woodall
Was in San Saba Co, TX in 1860 born 1840 Georgia.

WILLIAM MARGARET LEROY WOODALLS Ga La TX
Posted by: Sharitta Odom Date: October 30, 1999 at 08:25:15
of 1735 **JARRETT WATSON WOODALL born 1837 and KENNETH BRYAN WOODALL born 1839 were both killed in the Civil War. Jarrett in a Union prison camp (Camp Butler, IL died 2/22/1863 buried Camp Butler, Confederate Section, #822) and Kenneth in Black & White Hospital in Va. LEROY P. WOODALL was born cira 1847, he enlisted in the Civil War and was released.

Pvt George Wilson Woods
Born 5 Feb 1842 Alabama or Mississippi. He was wounded Nov 23, 1863 in Atlanta Georgia and died Nov 28, 1863. He lived in San Saba Co, TX in 1860 and was brother to Robert Evans Woods.

Pvt John E Woods
Was in Liberty Co, TX in 1860 born 1840 Mississippi. Did find a man named John Elliott Woods who filed an application for pension in Hays CO, TX. Donít know if this is the same man.

Pvt Robert Evans Woods
Was in San Saba Co, TX in 1860 born 1839 Alabama. Moved with his family at age one to Arkansas where he lived for eight years. Then moved to San Saba County in 1855. At age 22 years, he enlisted with the Confedrate Army under Capt. John Conner and served this side of the Mississippi until the fall of the Arkansas Post in 1862 where he was captured and held prisoner for three months. He was exchanged at City Point and served in the Virginia Army, Grandbury Brigade, Cleburne Division where he served under Capt. S.T. Foster until the close of the war. After marrying Susan Landrum they moved to their ranch in Rock Shoals Community (now Sloan Community) where they lived the rest of their lives. Robert Evan was instrumental in helping to build the first school and church in the Rock Shoals Community. He was an Elder in the church for many years.**Copied from the writings of Mrs. Joe Ellis
Listed on the 1870 Federal census for Texas, page 110, county-San Saba, township-Precinct#2
Listed on the 1880 Federal census for Texas, page 435, county-San Saba, township-E.D.428
OBITUARY
Published in the San Saba News 1919
PIONEER DIES
Another of the pioneers of this county and Central West Texas has passed away after a long and useful life. Capt. R.E. Woods died at his ranch home 16 miles west of town Saturday night. The body was buried in the family grave yard Sunday afternoon. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. B.D. D. Greer, pastor of the Presbyterian church, in the presence of a large crowd of relatives and friends.
Capt. Woods was among the first settlers of the county. He was a son of a sturdy pioneer and did part, and a man's part, too, in wresting the land from the dangers of the Red Man and the coyote. He was a native of Tuscaloosa, Ala., where he was born in March 1840. His father came to Texas while this son was but a young man. When the civil war came on R.E. Woods was one of the first to respond to the call of the Southern Confederacy and went thru the fall four year of the strife. A brave and gallant soldier, he was true to his state and remained true to the peoples for which he fought. Until this year he had not missed a single meeting of the reunions of the United Confederate Veterans for many years. This year his health would not permit him to leave home and make the trip. He was in many of the tragic Indian fights of this border land back in the fifties. At the age of 45 he was converted and united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church and was soon after made an Elder in the church and filled this office thru his life. He was honest, industrious, ______his home a haven for the weary. He leaves a wife and five living children surviving (total of 7).

Pvt George Thomas Wynns
Did find a pension application of Elizabeth Wynn wife of George T Wynn of Foard Co, TX #13807. Donít know if this is the same person.


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