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Colorado County Confederate Soldiers

compiled by Bill Stein, Dorothy Albrecht, Ernest Mae Seaholm, and Tracey Wegenhoft

(Originally appeared in Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 111-142, slightly modified for this presentation)

Though to thoroughly measure the impact of the Civil War on the county, one must compile a comprehensive list of Colorado County men who served in the Confederate military, doing so is virtually impossible. Many of the numerous problems which present themselves seem insoluble. First, one must decide what constitutes a "Colorado County man." The clearest and best answer, it seemed to me, was to designate those men listed on Schedule 1 of the Eighth Census of the United States (1860) for Colorado County as "Colorado County men" and ignore all others. Unhappily, this necessitated omitting from consideration many men known to have served and known to have spent most of their lives before and after 1860 in the county, including Henry Cameron McNeill, Robert Earl Stafford, John Wegenhoft, Felix Grundy Mahon, and his brother, James Norfleet Mahon, for none appeared on the 1860 census. It also meant that men who would spend most of their lives in the county, but who are known to have moved to it in the few months after the census was taken but before the war broke out, men like George Andrew Gegenworth, also had to be omitted.

That painful and somewhat arbitrary decision having been taken, it next became necessary to match the men on the 1860 census to the men who served in the Confederate army. Using the Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas, National Archives Microfilm Publication No. 323, or else the actual muster rolls from which the service records were compiled, each potential soldier's name was compared to similar or identical names in the service records. No man was admitted to the final list of Confederate soldiers unless corroborating evidence in the form of his age, place of enlistment, place of residence, etc., was present. This standard forced the omission of many likely soldiers, particularly among those men with very common surnames. Many others, it must be presumed, were omitted because the spellings of their surnames were so severely corrupted that their service records could not be located.

Still, 519 Colorado County men could reasonably be identified as Confederate soldiers. Each soldier's name is followed by the highest rank he is known to have achieved (in parenthesis), his occupation and age as given on the 1860 census, and a summary of his military career.

Alphabetical Listing

Abell, James M. (private) age 19 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; transferred to Company D, 35th Texas Cavalry, April 12, 1862; left with illness, December 1, 1862; returned to company; detailed to get a horse, September 17, 1864; hospitalized in Columbus, October 1, 1864; died of disease, November 5, 1864.

Abell, Robert A. (private) age 15 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on June 30, 1862 at Columbus; granted 20-day furlough, November 19, 1862, return delayed by amputation of a toe; hospitalized with dysentery, July 1 through July 6, 1863; granted 24-day furlough on June 13, 1864 to brand cattle; granted furlough to provide for family, November 19, 1864.

Adams, Edwin T. (private) trader, age 27 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus.

Aldis, Horace (lieutenant) painter, age 37 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; resigned as sergeant and appointed drillmaster, January 1, 1862; discharged on July 15, 1862; commissioned second lieutenant to teach infantry tactics on July 28, 1862 at Velasco and assigned to field and staff, 13th Texas Infantry.

Allen, John O. (private) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; exchanged.

Alley, John R. (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 7, 1864 at Columbus; granted 26-day furlough, December 19, 1864.

Anderson, Joseph Pinckney (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 30, 1862 at Velasco; granted leave to serve with Company A, 35th Texas Cavalry, awaiting approval of transfer, July 12, 1862; transfer approved, November 4, 1862; detached to serve as a cattle driver, March 1864.

Anderson, J. Wayne (corporal) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 17, 1862 in Colorado County; granted leave to serve with Company A, 35th Texas Cavalry, awaiting approval of transfer, July 12, 1862; transfer approved, November 4, 1862; promoted corporal, before February 1864; left company with illness, February 2, 1864, subsequently demoted to private.

Anderson, Thomas Scott (colonel) attorney at law, age 31 in 1860; commissioned lieutenant colonel, September 3, 1861; assigned to field and staff of 6th Texas Infantry, joined unit, November 18, 1861; captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas, January 11, 1863; received at Camp Chase, Ohio, January 30, 1863; transferred to Fort Delaware, April 10, 1863; exchanged, April 29, 1863; subsequently assigned to Trans-Mississippi Department; promoted colonel and given command of Anderson's (later Border's) Cavalry Regiment, April 27, 1864; demoted lieutenant colonel and relieved of command, February 27, 1865.

Andrews, A. (private) age 25 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 at Galveston; discharged, November 29, 1861.

Andrews, John L. (private) age 15 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on June 1, 1863 at Alleyton.

Andrews, Micka (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on June 1, 1863 at Alleyton.

Andrews, Orin L. (private) farmer, age 24 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Houston; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Andrews, Reddin R. (sergeant) age 28 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Cavalry, on October 19, 1861 at Galveston; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 1, 1862 in Colorado County; promoted sergeant, May 14, 1862; promoted second sergeant, February 5, 1863; discharged, October 1, 1863 at Oxford, Mississippi.

Andrews, William R. (private) age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Cavalry, on October 19, 1861 at Galveston; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 14, 1862 in Colorado County; left company near Coffeyville, Mississippi with a sick horse, April 29, 1864; returned to company before May 31, 1864.

Anselin, Julius (sergeant) cabinet maker, age 30 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; transferred to Company F, 21st Texas Infantry, February 14, 1863; transferred back to Company D, May 21, 1863; transferred to engineering troops, October 13, 1863.

Aschenbeck, John (corporal) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; promoted corporal before February 29, 1864.

Auerbach, Emil (private) saddler, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; killed at the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.

Bacon, William H. (private) mason, age 35 in 1860; served as a private in Company I, 35th Texas Cavalry.

Baker, A. Hicks (private) newspaper writer, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 21, 1862 at Columbus; killed at Antietam, September 17, 1862.

Baker, Augustus L. (private) age 25 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the right cheek at Valverde, February 21, 1862; captured at hospital at Socorro, April 1, 1862; paroled, April 23, 1862; captured near Yellow Bayou, May 18, 1864.

Baker, Benjamin Marshall (lieutenant) newspaper writer, age 23 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862; wounded at Chickamauga, September 19, 1863.

Baker, George W. L. (private) carpenter, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company E, 13th Texas Infantry, Bates Regiment, Texas Volunteers, at age 26 on October 23, 1861 at Columbia; reenlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864, granted 40-day furlough, November 24, 1864.

Baker, James Davis (private) newspaper editor, age 34 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on April 3, 1862 at Columbus; discharged for disability, October 6, 1862.

Barnard, Fred (sergeant) attorney at law, age 23 in 1860; enrolled in Company G, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, on December 12, 1861 at Houston; absent with leave, December 24, 1861 through January 1, 1862; promoted sergeant, March 4, 1863; declared deserter, November 1, 1863; rejoined company, November 3, 1863; detached on recruiting service for 60 days, March 20, 1864; detailed to Colorado County to capture an escaped prisoner, November 12, 1864; granted 26-day furlough, April 27, 1865.

Barnett, Charles D. (sergeant) age 22 in 1860; enrolled as a sergeant in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, on September 6, 1861 in Fayette County; resigned as sergeant, December 1, 1863.

Barry, John M. (private) age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on December 21, 1863 in Galveston; deserted in Mississippi, February 8, 1864.

Beauchamp, A. J. (private) age 25 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 8, 1862 at Lyons; granted 30-day furlough, June 6, 1864.

Becker, Edward (private) age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; dropped as regimental musician on February 23, 1863.

Beckwith, Henry (private) store clerk, age 23 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; hospitalized with rubeola from May 27 through May 30, 1862; transferred to Valverde Battery before June 1, 1862.

Beethe, William (private) merchant, age 28 in 1860; served as a private in Company C, 13th Texas Infantry.

Behné, Gustav August (private) artist, age 35 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 31, 1862 at Columbus; detailed to Intelligence Office in July 1862; discharged for lung disease on October 20, 1863.

Beimer, Louis (private) age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863.

Beimer, Hermann (private) age 26 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862; absent on detached service on August 31, 1863.

Beimer, William (private) age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862.

Bell, Robert A. (no rank) hotel keeper, age 49 in 1860; traveled with in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, to Harrisburg as a potential member but was not enrolled, probably because of his age.

Belzung, Charles (private) age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Captain Hughes' Company, Texas Light Artillery, on June 23, 1862 at Houston; declared deserter after failing to return from furlough, September 15, 1863.

Benson, William F. (private) age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 35th Texas Cavalry, on May 20, 1862 at Houston; hospitalized at Beaumont, September 23 through October 23, 1863.

Benthall, John C. (lieutenant) blacksmith, age 32 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 4, 1862 in Lavaca County; elected lieutenant, May 28, 1862; granted 20-day furlough to recover from illness, August 13, 1862; detailed to find deserters in Colorado County, January 19, 1863; reassigned with entire company to Company H, 35th Texas Cavalry, May 28, 1863; tendered resignation because of poor health, December 26, 1863; resignation accepted, January 13, 1864.

Berger, Serefin (private) farmer, age 23 in 1860; enrolled in Company E, Waul's Texas Legion, on June 14, 1862 at Camp Waul; declared absent without leave, December 1863; captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863; paroled at Vicksburg, July 9, 1863; reassigned with entire company to Company K, Timmons Regiment, Texas Infantry, March 23, 1864; declared absent without leave, November 1, 1863.

Berkenhoff, Bernard (sergeant) grocer, age 26 in 1860; enrolled and elected corporal in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; promoted sergeant before October 31, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; demoted private before December 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; absent sick on August 31, 1863.

Berttram, Henry (sergeant) farmer, age 30 in 1860; enrolled and elected sergeant in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; demoted private before October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; died of disease on August 10, 1863.

Besch, Alexander (private) age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864; detached to quartermaster to serve as mechanic at Columbus, January 27, 1865.

Besch, Emil (private) age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded at Gaines' Mill, Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 27, 1862; wounded at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862; wounded at Wilderness, May 6, 1864.

Binkley, Peter (private) carpenter, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; detailed as carpenter to quartermaster, November 18, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Blazie, Charles L. (private) waiter, age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, Waul's Texas Legion, on October 10, 1861 at Bastrop; died of disease, November 22, 1862.

Bonds, Alston Boyd (captain) farmer, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on April 10, 1862; elected captain, June 17, 1862; granted sick leave, September 7, 1862; detached to Columbus to obtain a band, March 1864; granted 60-day furlough, September 18, 1864.

Bonds, Wils L. (lieutenant) trader, age 28 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; promoted lieutenant; captured; died of disease at Fort Union, April 14, 1862.

Bonds, W. W. (private) cattleman, age 40 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on October 17, 1863; left ill, August 15, 1864; hospitalized at Tyler, November 1864.

Bonitz, Johann Friedrich (sergeant) carpenter, age 38 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 23, 1861 at Brenham; captured near Oxford, Mississippi, December 14, 1862; paroled at Oxford, Mississippi, December 19, 1862; exchanged, April 1, 1863; captured and paroled at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863; transferred to Company D, Waul's Texas Legion and promoted sergeant before March 1864; reassigned with entire company to Company B, Timmons Regiment, Texas Volunteers, March 29, 1864; arrested for disobeying orders, September 7, 1864; demoted private, November 1864; escaped from guardhouse and declared deserter, February 27, 1865.

Bostick, Sion Record (private) farmer, age 39 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 21, 1862 at Columbus; discharged as overage on September 22, 1862.

Braden, Andreas (corporal) farm laborer, age 23 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; promoted corporal before August 31, 1863.

Braden, Anton (corporal) farmer, age 25 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in 2nd Company A, 3rd Texas Infantry, on June 18, 1862 in La Grange.

Bratton, Robert Porter (private) farmer, age 31 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 24th Texas Cavalry, on April 1, 1862 at Hempstead; detailed to Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, January 25, 1864; detailed as a wheelwright, November 1864.

Bridge, William Augustus (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; discharged on December 5, 1861 at Dumfries, Virginia.

Brokmeyer, August (private) farm renter, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; absent without leave on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; absent without leave on August 31, 1863.

Brown, Peter R. (private) farmer, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in 1st Company I, 13th Texas Infantry, on March 30, 1862; granted furlough, March 31, 1862; left with illness, August 14, 1862; returned to company; discharged for disability, April 1, 1863.

Bruce, Jaquelin Smith (assistant surgeon) physician, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 24, 1862 at Columbus; wounded at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862; appointed assistant regimental surgeon, October 20, 1862.

Buchanan, John C. (corporal) mason, age 44 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; discharged for disability, January 24, 1862.

Buchanan, W. L. (private) saddler, age 34 in 1860; enlisted in what became Company D, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, before December 1861.

Buckley, Cornelius (private) age 15 in 1860; enrolled in Company G, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 8, 1861 at Galveston; requested discharge and offered to provide a substitute, December 30, 1861; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862.

Buckley, George W. (private) age 13 in 1860; served as a private in Company B, Mann's Texas Cavalry.

Buckley, Henry G. (private) farm laborer, age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; discharged for medical reasons, November 5, 1861.

Bullington, James H. (lieutenant) age 27 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; sent to rear for disability, August 20, 1862; resigned commission, February 1863.

Burford, Andrew Campbell (lieutenant) age 20 in 1860; elected lieutenant at organizational meeting of Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861, never served; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 30, 1862; left with illness, October 13, 1862.

Burford, Robert Phillip (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 20, 1862 at Columbus; discharged as underage on September 22, 1862.

Burger, Christof, Jr. (musician) farm laborer, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 20, 1862 in Colorado County; on furlough, August 25 through September 1, 1862; detailed as musician before September 1864; granted 30-day furlough, September 1864.

Burks, Rowland (private) laborer, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; detailed to Intelligence Office on January 2, 1862; died of disease at Lynchburg, Virginia, October 8, 1862.

Butterworth, William E. (private) farm manager, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on May 31, 1862 at Houston; left on October 22, 1863; returned to company; transferred to Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, March 29, 1864; granted 26-day furlough, July 13, 1864; hospitalized with fever, September 16 through September 29, 1864.

Byars, James (private) age 13 in 1860; served as a private in Company C, Mann's Regiment, Texas Cavalry.

Cabaniss, Max (private) store clerk, age 15 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; died of disease during the winter of 1861-1862.

Cabron, Frank Clements (private) farm renter, age 23 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863.

Caldwell, Ferd E. (private) gin wright, age 35 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the right arm at Valverde, February 21, 1862; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862.

Caldwell, Robert (private) age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 at Galveston; discharged, December 3, 1861.

Campbell, John David (corporal) age 18 in 1860; enrolled and elected corporal in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; resigned as corporal, October 17, 1861; wounded and captured at Valverde, February 21, 1862; exchanged August 19, 1862.

Campbell, William Leonidas (private) farmer, age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; discharged after furnishing a substitute, May 12, 1863.

Carlton, James Easley (private) age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, on August 28, 1861; surrendered May 8, 1865 at Athens, Georgia.

Carlton, William H. (private) age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded at Gaines' Mill, Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

Carson, James W. (sergeant) age 19 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; promoted sergeant, October 17, 1861.

Carson, John Marshall (private) age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, on November 19, 1864; demoted private.

Carter, A. V. L. (corporal) age 27 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; promoted fourth corporal, July 21, 1862; wounded in the arm at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862; promoted second corporal; died from wound received at Second Manassas, May 11, 1863.

Carter, Albert Harrison (private) age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the arm at Gaines' Mill, Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 27, 1862; detailed as musician, March 25, 1863.

Carter, Ashley B. (private) attorney at law, age 25 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; died of disease at hospital at Socorro, March 11, 1862.

Carter, James T. (sergeant) age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; promoted second corporal, November 10, 1861; promoted fifth sergeant, July 21, 1862; sent to hospital in Texas, March 18, 1863; promoted third sergeant; wounded in the shoulder and captured at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863; died in federal hospital, July 31, 1863.

Carter, John A. (sergeant) farm manager, age 29 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; promoted corporal before January 1, 1863; promoted sergeant before October 31, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Carter, Robert H. (corporal) gentleman, age 26 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; promoted corporal, October 17, 1861; wounded in the left thigh at Valverde, February 21, 1862; captured at hospital at Socorro, April 1, 1862; paroled at Santa Fe, August 19, 1862; died in Gatriot Street Prison Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri, April 17, 1863.

Cherry, Wesley (private) laborer, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the hip at Antietam, September 17, 1862; wounded in the arm at Wilderness, May 6, 1864; wounded in the head at Darbytown Road, October 7, 1864.

Cherry, William John (private) farm manager, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 27th Texas Cavalry, on January 1, 1862 at Hallettsville; transferred to Company M, 27th Texas Cavalry, April 14, 1862.

Claiborne, Leonard A. (private) farm manager, age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on May 1, 1862 at Columbus; discharged after furnishing a substitute, May 8, 1863.

Clapp, Alfred Henderson (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on June 14, 1862 at Columbus; granted 26-day furlough, April 25, 1864.

Clapp, Eli Dawson (corporal) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 6, 1862 at Velasco; promoted corporal, June 11, 1862; granted 30-day sick leave, November 2, 1863; granted 26-day furlough, July 13, 1864.

Clapp, Elisha (private) farmer, age 45 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry; discharged on July 11, 1862.

Clapp, John F. (private) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 6, 1862 at Velasco; left with illness, March 23, 1864; granted 26-day furlough, May 12, 1864.

Clapp, Peter Lewis (private) age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded and captured at Valverde, February 21, 1862; paroled at Santa Fe, August 19, 1862; exchanged and returned to company.

Clapp, Suffield (private) age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in both thighs at Valverde, February 21, 1862; captured at hospital at Socorro, April 1, 1862; paroled May 26, 1862.

Clapp, William M. (private) age 13 in 1860; enlisted in Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 7, 1864 at Columbus.

Coffee, Woodson (private) farm manager, age 33 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 27th Texas Cavalry, on August 24, 1861 at Hallettsville; left ill at Camp Weightman, Arkansas, late 1861.

Cone, James T. (private) farmer, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 30, 1862 at Velasco; granted 15-day furlough, October 20, 1862; hospitalized with dysentery, June 1 through June 3, 1863; detailed to pursue deserters, March 1864; granted 26-day furlough, July 13, 1864; detached to Colorado County to procure provisions, April 7, 1865.

Connor, Julius M. (private) farming, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 27, 1861 at Columbus; transferred to Company D, 35th Texas Cavalry, April 3, 1862; declared absent without leave, April 26, 1863; returned to company; drowned in Matagorda Bay, December 31, 1863.

Connor, Stephen W. (corporal) farmer, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; promoted corporal before October 31, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Cook, Richard V. (captain) attorney at law, age 29 in 1860; enlisted and elected captain in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; hospitalized at Beaumont on May 7, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864; detailed to court martial as judge advocate, September 1, 1864; detailed to court martial as judge advocate, January 17, 1865.

Cooper, Albert Newton (private) age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 18, 1862 at Columbus; discharged on September 22, 1862.

Cooper, William Jasper (private) farm laborer, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 18, 1862 at Columbus; discharged with lung disease on September 22, 1862.

Copeland, William G. (private) laborer, age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Company I, 13th Texas Infantry, November 28, 1861; reassigned with entire company to Company D, 35th Texas Cavalry; detached to quartermaster department, May 1, 1862; drowned in Matagorda Bay, December 31, 1863.

Cox, George L. (private) age 15 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 6, 1862 at Velasco; on furlough, March 17 through April 3, 1862; hospitalized with rubeola, Mary 6 through May 11, 1863; granted 26-day furlough, March 17, 1864; granted 16-day furlough, August 15, 1864.

Crisp, Alexander S. (private) age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 8th Texas Cavalry , on September 7, 1861 in Houston; hospitalized in at Nashville, Tennessee, October 23, 1861; discharged with disability, December 4, 1861; reenlisted at Columbus, May 4, 1862; discharged with disability, December 6, 1862.

Crisp, Richard C. (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 8th Texas Cavalry, on May 6, 1862.

Crisp, Samuel S. (private) age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 8th Texas Cavalry, on September 7, 1861 in Houston; hospitalized at Nashville, Tennessee, October 23, 1861; killed in Kentucky in July 1863.

Cummins, George W. (private) farmer, age 35 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on December 1, 1861; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in 2nd Company H, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 19, 1863.

Cummins, William A. (private) age 29 in 1860; enlisted in Company G, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, on January 25, 1862 at Fort Pelican.

Currie, David M. (private) farmer, age 18 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus.

Currie, Isaac (private) farm manager, age 39 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 27th Texas Cavalry, on January 1, 1862 at Hallettsville; absent with illness, February 28 through June 30, 1862; died of disease, before October 1862.

Daniels, James Madison (private) attorney at law, age 35 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862 at Houston.

Daniels, James R. (private) carpenter, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 in Columbus; detailed to recruit volunteers in Colorado County, May 3 through May 31, 1862; discharged, July 15, 1862.

Daniels, William B. (private) cabinet maker, age 37 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 9, 1864; detached to serve as a mechanic in Columbus, December 12, 1864; declared deserter, March 6, 1865.

Darden, William John (sergeant) attorney at law, age 35 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; appointed regimental quartermaster sergeant, November 1, 1861; returned to Company B, February 8, 1862; detailed to recruiting service in Texas, February 1862; captured at Eltham's Landing, May 7, 1862; confined at Fort Delaware; exchanged, August 5, 1862; wounded in the leg and captured at Antietam, September 17, 1862; confined at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D. C.; paroled, April 1863; furloughed to Texas, April 28, 1863; did not return, subsequently declared absent without leave; elected to state legislature, August 1863; formally discharged from the army, January 16, 1865.

David, John Henry (private) age 21 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the chest at Valverde, February 21, 1862; died of wound at hospital at Socorro, February 27, 1862.

David, William L. (private) age 23 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; exchanged, January 8, 1863; reportedly died of disease.

Davidson, A. H. (lieutenant colonel) attorney at law, age 43 in 1860; commissioned lieutenant colonel in 1861; raised battalion in October 1862; killed in action in Louisiana in October 1863.

DeGraffenried, Thomas T. (private) physician, age 34 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; detailed to hospital in Texas as a nurse, September 18, 1862 through December 1863; ill in various hospitals throughout 1864; detailed as brigade dentist, November 1864.

DeGraffenreid, William G. (private) physician, age 40 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; discharged, probably as overage, on October 26, 1861; enrolled as assistant surgeon and assigned to field and staff of 3rd Texas Infantry, before December 1861; detached to Aransas Pass, January 24, 1862; resigned from service, May 30, 1862.

DeHart, Samuel B. (private) farmer, age 54 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry , on September 6, 1861; discharged on April 18, 1862 probably because he was overage.

Demoss, George W. (private) grocer, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company E, 35th Texas Cavalry, on May 1, 1862; applied for transfer to Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, October 29, 1863; transfer granted, November 4, 1863; detached as a guide to Colonel Bushell, December 29, 1863; detached as a mail carrier, October 12, 1864.

Dickerson, J. C. (private) farmer, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; appointed orderly to Lieutenant Colonel John C. Upton; appointed musician, June 15, 1863; returned to ranks; believed to have been captured, March 1864.

Dillard, Pinckney D. (private) carpenter, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company I, 36th Texas Cavalry, on May 15, 1862 at San Antonio; left ill at Camp Clark, August 23, 1862; discharged with a spinal injury, October 25, 1862.

Dodd, John B. (sergeant) age 15 in 1860; enlisted in Company M, 27th Texas Cavalry, on January 1, 1862 at Hallettsville; detached to Company D, 27th Texas Cavalry, April 16, 1862; recommended for discharge as underage and detailed to Columbus as a nurse, July 16, 1862; captured and reported killed in battle near Corinth, Mississippi, October 5, 1862; paroled before January 1863; promoted sergeant.

Doescher, J. Henry (sergeant) carpenter, age 35 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; elected corporal on June 7, 1862; promoted sergeant before October 31, 1862; dropped as regimental musician on November 15, 1862.

Dohmann, August Ferdinand (private) laborer, age 19 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 27, 1862; transferred to 4th Texas Field Battery on September 1, 1862.

Dohmann, Werner (private) age 14 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, as substitute for Gottfried Buscher of Austin County on May 20, 1862; transferred to 4th Texas Field Battery on September 1, 1862.

Doyle, William C. (private) age 32 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, on June 30, 1862 at Velasco; granted furlough to Fayette County, August 29, 1862; granted 25-day furlough to recover from chronic diarrhea, September 15, 1863; granted 30-day furlough to brand cattle, July 11, 1864.

Duke, Joseph M. (private) farm laborer, age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on May 7, 1862 at Wharton; discharged after providing a substitute, October 1, 1862; enlisted in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on September 25, 1863 at Columbus; granted 30-day furlough, March 22, 1865.

Dungen, Joseph (private) age 39 in 1860; served as a private in Company H, 2nd Texas Infantry.

Dunlavy, Henry F. (private) age 15 in 1860; enlisted in Company A, 35th Texas Cavalry, on July 30, 1863 at Velasco; left with illness, February 21, 1864.

Dunlavy, John J. (private) age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company A, 35th Texas Cavalry, on March 14, 1862 at Velasco; absent with illness, August 22 through September 18, 1862; hospitalized, January 12, 1864; detached to drive cattle, March 1864; detached to attend to patients in the hospital at Tyler, November 2, 1864.

Edwards, Jesse F. (private) farm manager, age 26 in 1860; enrolled in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 3, 1862 in Fayette County; hospitalized at Holly Springs, Mississippi, October 28, 1862; captured near Oxford, Mississippi, December 3, 1862; exchanged, April 1, 1863.

Eggleston, John W. (sergeant) age 27 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; promoted sergeant; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 14, 1864; demoted private; granted 40-day furlough, November 24, 1864.

Ehlinger, Charles (private) miller, age 34 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 20, 1862 in Colorado County; petitions for discharge because of his occupation as a miller, May 31, 1862; discharged, August 5, 1862; enlisted in 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry on February 1, 1865 at Columbus; detached to serve as a miller in Colorado County.

Elliott, Joseph R. (private) farm laborer, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; granted 15-day furlough, October 19, 1863.

Emmel, John (musician) farm laborer, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in 13th Texas Infantry and assigned to field and staff as a musician, September 1, 1864.

Emmel, Peter (private) farm laborer, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; granted furlough to recover from illness, November 9 through November 29, 1861; detailed to recruit volunteers, May 11 through June 5, 1862; granted 26-day furlough, July 13, 1864; detached to quartermaster to serve as a blacksmith.

Enke, August (private) wheelwright, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 25, 1862 at Columbus; wounded in the shoulder at Eltham's Landing, May 7, 1862; wounded in the wrist at Chickamauga, September 19, 1863; furloughed to Texas, spring 1864; did not return to company.

Erdmann, Georg Albrecht (private) farmer, age 27 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on May 5, 1862; sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863.

Ernst, Friederich (private) farm laborer, age 26 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 23, 1862; absent on detached service on December 31, 1862; absent on detached service on February 28, 1863; furlough expired February 19, 1864; absent without leave on February 29, 1864.

Fehrenkamp, Henry (private) age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; absent sick on August 31, 1863; absent on detached service on February 29, 1864.

Finch, J. A. (private) farm manager, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on October 8, 1862 in Columbus; detailed to Colorado County on quartermaster business, February 26, 1863; hospitalized at Wharton for treatment of sore arm caused by impure vaccine, February 21, 1864.

Fisher, R. L. (private) trader, age 27 in 1860; enlisted in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on October 18, 1862 in Fayette County; discharged after furnishing a substitute.

Foard, Robert Levi (major) attorney at law, age 29 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; elected captain, June 11, 1862; granted 15-day furlough, June 26, 1862; detailed to military commission at Houston, July 14, 1862; assumed command of Company C, October 4, 1862; promoted major, November 14, 1863; detached to serve on general court martial at Houston, January 16, 1865.

Folts, Alexander J. (lieutenant) blacksmith, age 40 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; was not reelected as lieutenant when company was reorganized on June 11, 1862, and so was discharged as overage on same day.

Foster, Henry (private) farmer, age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; absent without leave on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; absent without leave on August 31, 1863.

Fowlkes, John A. (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company C, Waul's Texas Legion, on July 1, 1862.

Frels, Gerhard (lieutenant) farmer, age 38 in 1860; enrolled and elected lieutenant in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; resigned on February 10, 1863.

Fricke, Mike (private) age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Alleyton; assigned extra duty as a teamster on July 25, 1862.

Gaedcke, Henry C. (sergeant) farm laborer, age 21 in 1860; enrolled a and elected corporal in 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on May 1, 1862 at Galveston; resigned as corporal, August 17, 1863; declared deserter after failing to return from furlough, rejoined company before November 1864; promoted sergeant before November 1864; granted 40-day furlough, February 1865.

Garner, William M. (private) age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on October 17, 1862 at Columbus.

Gazley, William H. (captain) attorney at law, age 28 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 33rd Texas Cavalry, on May 4, 1862 at San Antonio; granted 7-day furlough, June 25, 1862; granted furlough, November 7, 1862; elected captain of Company E, 33rd Texas Cavalry, February 1, 1863; detached to recruit volunteers, before April 1864; arrested at Columbus, June 1864.

Gerbermann, George (private) farmer, age 32 in 1860; enrolled in 2nd Company A, 3rd Texas Infantry, on June 18, 1862 at La Grange; hospitalized with illness, late 1862; declared deserter, June 29, 1863.

Gillespie, Thomas B. (private) farm laborer, age 19 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the right arm at Valverde, February 21, 1862.

Good, Edward L. (private) age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Alleyton.

Good, James B. (lieutenant) stagecoach agent, age 28 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Alleyton; declared absent without leave on October 23, 1863; submitted resignation as lieutenant citing ill health on May 16, 1864; resignation accepted on either June 22 or August 1, 1864.

Goode, Thomas F. (private) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862; returned to company; absent and sick, February 1864.

Goss, Samuel E. (assistant surgeon) physician, age 36 in 1860; commissioned assistant surgeon, January 29, 1861, at Camp McCulloch; assigned to field and staff, 6th Texas Infantry; died on November 23, 1862 in Arkansas.

Grace, John M. (private) student, age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; discharged with lung disease on January 9, 1862; enlisted in Company C, 35th Texas Cavalry, on May 20, 1862; detached to find a substitute, November 26, 1862; declared absent without leave, December 6, 1862; returned to company; hospitalized with illness, March 1864; detached to serve as a teamster, September 3, 1864.

Grace, Thomas J. (private) farmer, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, on March 1, 1862; in private hospital from July 8 through July 21, 1862.

Granstedt, Conrad (private) farm laborer, age 30 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; absent sick on August 31, 1863; absent sick at a hospital in Texas on February 29, 1864.

Graves, Emmanual (corporal) age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Alleyton; promoted corporal on August 1, 1862.

Griffitts, John G. (private) farmer, age 40 in 1860; served in Company I, Barnes Regiment, Texas Cavalry.

Grodhaus, Theodor (corporal) farm renter, age 30 in 1860; served as a corporal in Company B, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry. (Note: he appears on the 1860 census as "Theodore Greathouse")

Gross, Peter (private) wagon maker, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 in Columbus; transferred to Major Kellersburg's Corps of sappers and miners, October 22, 1862; subsequently returned to company; hospitalized with rheumatism, June 1, 1863; detached to engineering department, December 29, 1863; detached to service as wheelwright, January 2, 1864; detached to ordnance department, June 18, 1864.

Grow, A. L. (private) schoolteacher, age 30 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the right thigh at Valverde, February 21, 1862; captured at hospital at Socorro, April 1, 1862; paroled at Santa Fe, August 19, 1862.

Grunder, Johann (private) age 40 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862.

Guinn, George R. (private) age 14 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Santa Fe, August 19, 1862.

Guinn, John P. (private) farmer, age 42 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 10, 1863 at Velasco; detached to quartermaster service as wagon maker, May 25, 1863.

Hagemann, Max (private) farm renter, age 27 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; dropped as regimental musician on October 1, 1862.

Hahn, Jacob A. (private) age 38 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; detailed as regimental butcher, February 1862; wounded in the foot at Gaines' Mill, Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 27, 1862; furloughed to Texas to recover from wound; did not return to company; enlisted in 2nd Company B, 13th Texas Infantry, March 13, 1863 at Velasco; hospitalized with hemorrhoids, May 20, 1863; detached to service as a cooper, December 18, 1863.

Halyard, Alphonso B. (private) student, age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; hospitalized at Fort Bliss, April 24 through June 24, 1862; absent and sick, February 1864.

Hancock, Hiram A. (private) age 28 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 8, 1862 at Frelsburg; hospitalized with rubeola, August 22, 1863; detached to hospital service at Columbia, March 22, 1864.

Hancock, Sylvester J. (sergeant) farmer, age 25 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in what became 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 in Columbus; hospitalized with a sprained ankle, June 4, 1863; hospitalized with dysentery, March 12, 1864; died of disease, April 9, 1864.

Harbert, Andrew Jackson (private) age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus.

Harbert, John Calhoun (private) age 13 in 1860; served in Company I, Barnes Regiment, Texas Cavalry.

Harbert, John William (private) merchant, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in 1st Company H, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 13, 1862; granted 30-day furlough to recruit volunteers, March 18, 1862; transferred to Company C, 35th Texas Cavalry; declared absent without leave, February 15, 1863; discharged after furnishing a substitute, March 1, 1863.

Harbert, Thomas C. (private) merchant, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Harbert, William Jenkins (private) farmer, age 29 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on April 8, 1862 at Columbus; discharged for disability, July 29, 1862.

Harris, Joseph P. (private) apprentice carpenter, age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company I, 1st Confederate Cavalry, on March 25, 1862 at Humbolt, Tennessee; transferred to Company B, 8th Texas Cavalry; wounded and captured at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 31, 1862; paroled at Fort McHenry, Maryland, June 3, 1863.

Harris, Joshua (private) cowboy, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company E, 21st Texas Cavalry, on March 12, 1862 at Alleyton.

Harris, Thomas P. (private) newspaper employee, age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Harris, Thomas W. (private) physician, age 39 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 29, 1862 at Columbus; discharged as overage on September 22, 1862.

Hart, Henry C. (sergeant) clerk, age 18 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company H, 13th Texas Infantry, on February 10, 1862; transferred to 2nd Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, and promoted sergeant, before June 30, 1862; hospitalized with cholera, March 1 through March 4, 1864; detached to Fayette County for 30 days to recruit volunteers, April 18, 1864.

Hartsfield, Reddin S. (private) age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; transferred to Company F, 21st Texas Infantry, May 21, 1863.

Harvey, John B. (private) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; absent without leave at Whiteville, Tennessee, spring 1862; wounded at Chickamauga, September 19, 1863; sent to Texas on sick leave; did not return to company.

Harwell, James Christopher (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted what became 2nd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, on April 30, 1862; reassigned with entire company to Company H, 35th Texas Cavalry, May 28, 1863; sent to convalescent camp, February 20, 1864.

Harwell, John Thomas (corporal) age 19 in 1860; enrolled as corporal in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; hospitalized in El Paso, June 3-10, 1862.

Haskell, Horace Homer (private) wheelwright, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, June 20, 1862 in Columbus; given leave to Columbus, June 10, 1863; transferred, October 2, 1863.

Hawkins, John B. (sergeant) carpenter, age 25 in 1860; enrolled in Company D, 2nd Texas Cavalry, on May 23, 1861; promoted sergeant, probably on July 23, 1861.

Haynes, Blythe W. (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; died of disease at Dumfries, Virginia, December 26, 1861.

Haynes, Evander C. (private) age 15 in 1860; enlisted in 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, on September 25, 1863 at Beaumont; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Henderson, D. H. (lieutenant) schoolteacher, age 22 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; promoted third lieutenant, March 15, 1863; wounded and captured at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863; died of wound in federal prison camp.

Henderson, Samuel (lieutenant) store clerk, age 23 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded at Valverde, February 21, 1862; promoted lieutenant, June 5, 1862; detached on recruiting service, August 1, 1863.

Henry, George (musician) farmer, age 31 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 24, 1862 at Velasco; immediately detailed to regimental band.

Henry, Jacob (corporal) farmer, age 29 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent with leave on August 31, 1863.

Herbert, Oliver E. (private) age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, on September 10, 1861; ill in Nashville, Tennessee, November 7, 1862.

Herbert, William C. (private) student, age 18 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Houston; transferred to Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry; accidentally killed on the railroad near Liberty, Texas, October 4, 1863.

Hester, John Robert (private) farm manager, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, in May 1862.

Hickerson, Thomas (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in Company G, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, in Galveston on April 15, 1864.

Hickerson, Wiley (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company G, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, on December 12, 1861 in Houston.

Hicks, Royce A. (private) physician, age 23 in 1860; served in Company D, 2nd Texas Cavalry.

Hight, Francis M. (private) age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company K, 4th Texas Infantry, on July 15, 1861 in Athens, Texas; killed at Gaines' Mill, Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

Hill, Henry H. (private) laborer, age 31 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 at Galveston; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862.

Hill, Pinkey (private) age 13 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Alleyton; declared absent without leave on July 11, 1862.

Hoffmann, Joseph (private) weaver, age 35 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 14, 1862 at Columbus; wounded at Antietam, September 17, 1862; died of wound.

Holden, James M. (private) age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on October 18, 1861 in Galveston; captured and paroled at Grenada, Mississippi, August 17, 1863.

Holden, John D. (private) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 14, 1862 in Fayette County; discharged with disability between August 31 and October 31, 1862.

Holliday, Leonidas B. (private) carpenter, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company E, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 19, 1861 in Washington County; declared absent without leave, June 28, 1862; wounded at Manassas, August 30, 1862.

Hollingsworth, Robert B. (private) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, at Harvey's Creek on May 10, 1862; declared absent without leave on August 29, 1862; returned to company; granted furlough, April 25, 1864.

Holt, James Williams (lieutenant) farmer, age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Wise's Georgia Legion on September 2, 1861 at Oglethorpe, Georgia; captured at Fort Pulaski, April 10, 1862; exchanged; reenlisted in Wise's Georgia Legion; elected lieutenant; resigned commission, 1863, and enlisted in First Regiment Engineers.

Hoover, Marshall (sergeant) farmer, age 21 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Alleyton.

Hoover, Merritt (private) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Alleyton; discharged with tuberculosis, February 20, 1864.

Hope, David (private) cattleman, age 32 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on May 1, 1862 at Houston; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Howard, James M. (private) carpenter, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; hospitalized with parotitis, April 7, 1862; granted 25-day furlough, June 14, 1862; on detached service as a carpenter at Galveston beginning January 2, 1863; on detached service to engineering department beginning September 19, 1863; declared absent without leave on November 30, 1864; assigned detached service to engineering department at Galveston, February 10, 1865.

Howat, William (private) painter, age 29 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; detailed to quartermaster in Houston as a painter, March 17, 1863.

Hubbard, David A. (lieutenant) farmer, age 28 in 1860; enrolled as lieutenant in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the head at Valverde, February 21, 1862; died of wound in hospital at Socorro, February 27, 1862.

Hubbard, Frederick John (private) farmer, age 35 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 27, 1861 at Columbus; granted 20-day furlough, December 25, 1861; returned to company, January 4, 1862; granted 20-day furlough, April 12, 1862; discharged, probably as overage, July 6, 1862.

Huls, John (private) farm renter, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; detailed as cook to hospital at Monroe, Louisiana, November 13 through December 31, 1862; detailed as nurse to hospital at Monroe, Louisiana, June 15, 1863.

Hunt, William G. (captain) trader, age 46 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; granted 20-day furlough, December 22, 1861; elected lieutenant, June 11, 1862; promoted captain, November 14, 1863; granted 35-day furlough, July 1, 1864; resigned commission, October 24, 1864; resignation accepted, November 21, 1864.

Hutchins, Cornelius (private) cattleman, age 30 in 1860; enlisted on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; left with illness on January 16, 1863; declared a deserter, June 30, 1863.

Hutchins, John Fabius (corporal) age 20 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861; appointed corporal, June 11, 1862; subsequently reduced to private; hospitalized with rubeola, June 1, 1863; granted 26-day furlough, June 6, 1864; granted 26-day furlough, April 19, 1865.

Ijams, Basil Gaither, Jr. (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 7, 1864 at Columbus.

Ilse, Rudolph (sergeant) carpenter, age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on June 4, 1862; elected sergeant on September 1, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; killed in battle at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana, on June 7, 1863.

Ingram, B. F. (private) farm manager, age 34 in 1860; served in Company F, Anderson's (later Border's) Regiment, Texas Cavalry; declared absent without leave, September 1864; returned to company; declared absent without leave, March 28, 1864.

Insall, Henry J. (lieutenant) farmer, age 29 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 5, 1862 at Harvey's Creek; promoted lieutenant between February and September 1863; died of disease in Fayette County, Texas, September 3, 1863.

Insall, Joseph Gansey (private) farm laborer, age 26 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on November 1, 1861 at La Grange; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in what became 2nd Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 5, 1862 at Harvey's Creek; requested transfer to Company E, 35th Texas Cavalry, October 28, 1863; granted transfer, November 4, 1863; arrested at Velasco for leaving his post, March 1864; court-martialled and sentenced to be confined and wear an 18 pound ball and chain for the rest of the war, May 5, 1864.

Insall, Thomas Monroe (private) age 13 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, in May 1864; hospitalized with remittent fever, May 22 through May 31, 1864.

James, Thomas H. (sergeant) merchant, age 35 in 1860; enrolled as a sergeant in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 17, 1861 at La Grange; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862.

Jenkins, James Franklin (private) age 31 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, on August 28, 1861; ill in Nashville, Tennessee, November 7, 1862.

Jenkins, John M. (private) age 29 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; detailed as acting commissary clerk, spring 1862; discharged with inflammation of the hip, September 22, 1862.

Jenkins, Nathaniel H. (private) farm laborer, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Velasco; granted sick leave, December 25, 1861; granted 25-day sick leave, August 14, 1862; listed as absent with illness for remainder of war.

Jenkins, Vance F. (private) farm manager, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861; left ill at Velasco, March 2, 1864; hospitalized with cholera, March 11 through March 27, 1864; granted 28-day furlough, June 6, 1864.

Johnson, George (private) farm laborer, age 16 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, May 19, 1862 at Columbus; granted 27-day furlough, July 6, 1864.

Johnson, Henry Madison (captain) cattleman, age 24 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861, at Columbus; detailed on recruiting service, May 11 through June 5, 1862; elected second lieutenant, June 11, 1862; in command of detachment sent to the mouth of the Caney on signal duty, September 7, 1863; promoted first lieutenant, November 14, 1863; detailed on detached service to general court-martial at Velasco, March 21, 1864; granted 40-day furlough, August 15, 1864; promoted captain, November 26, 1864.

Joiner, Burr E. (lieutenant) farm manager, age 25 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, on August 24, 1861; promoted second lieutenant, January 8, 1862.

Jones, Seaborn C. (private) farm laborer, age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, August 17, 1861 at Columbus; killed at Glorieta, March 28, 1862.

Jones, South (sergeant) wheelwright, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; promoted sergeant, December 1, 1861; granted 18-day furlough, December 13, 1861; resigned as sergeant, February 1, 1862; promoted sergeant, June 11, 1862; granted 15-day furlough, October 27, 1862; hospitalized with intermittent fever, June 4, 1863; granted 60-day furlough, June 13, 1864.

Jones, William H. (musician) brick mason, age 27 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; detailed as musician, May 24, 1862; granted 18-day furlough to visit sick wife, June 14, 1862.

Jordt, Hermann Emil Mathias (captain) justice of the peace and notary public, age 36 in 1860; enrolled as captain in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent on detached service on October 31, 1862; died on July 22, 1863.

Kaiser, Johann Wilhelm Friedrich (sergeant) farmer, age 31 in 1860; enrolled as sergeant in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; recommended for discharge because of the loss of one eye and swelling and ulceration in the legs and feet in Little Rock, Arkansas on October 25, 1862; disapproved and recommended for treatment in hospital; transferred from Company B, Davidson's Battalion, June 18, 1863.

Kansteiner, Fritz (private) farmer, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company A, 3rd Texas Infantry, on June 18, 1862 at La Grange; granted furlough to recover from illness, November 1862; declared deserter, June 29, 1863.

Kastrop, Henry (private) saddler, age 29 in 1860; enlisted in 4th Texas Field Battery on May 24, 1862 at Houston; discharged, August 4, 1862; later served as a private in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry.

Keller, James H. (private) age 15 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 4th Texas Infantry, on April 2, 1862 in Austin; wounded at Gaines' Mill, Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 27, 1862; hospitalized at Richmond; granted 90-day furlough, September 22, 1862; arm amputated.

Kimbrough, W. D. (private) age 31 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 20th Texas Infantry, on March 28, 1862; left with illness, reported back to company, January 10, 1863.

Kindred, Joel Thomas (private) store clerk, age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862; exchanged at Vicksburg, September 22, 1862; killed at Yellow Bayou, May 18, 1864.

Kindred, John S. (private) schoolteacher, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 4th Texas Infantry, on March 7, 1862 at Hopkinsville, Texas; killed at Gaines' Mill, Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 27, 1862.

Kindred, Joseph Colston (sergeant) store clerk, age 21 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; promoted first sergeant, July 21, 1862; ill, spring 1863; detailed to division commissary department, March 1864; returned to company as a private.

Kindred, Joshua P. (sergeant) merchant, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 4th Texas Infantry, on March 7, 1862 at Hallettsville; wounded slightly in the hand at Gaines' Mill, Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 27, 1862; hospitalized at a private home in Richmond, Virginia; detailed as regimental forage master, August 31, 1862; assigned to quartermaster duties, September 10, 1862; captured at Antietam, September 28, 1862; hospitalized while a prisoner of war, October 10 through October 11, 1862; paroled at Fort McHenry, October 13, 1862; hospitalized, October 19 through November 15, 1862; promoted quartermaster sergeant, April 1, 1863.

Klimpel, Ernst Friedrich (sergeant) farm renter, age 32 in 1860; enrolled as corporal in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; elected sergeant September 1, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent on 52 day furlough beginning February 9, 1864.

Knowlton, Manly C. (farrier) grocer and saloon keeper, age 35 in 1860; enrolled as farrier in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the right side at Valverde, February 21, 1862; captured at hospital at Socorro, April 1, 1862; paroled, May 26, 1862.

Koepke, Fred (private) wagon driver, age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; killed at Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862.

Koepke, Friedrich (private) age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863.

Kolb, Allen (private) wheelwright, age 37 in 1860; enlisted Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862 at Houston; hospitalized with rheumatism, July 25 through August 9, 1862; detailed to quartermaster as shoemaker, January 13, 1863.

Kollmann, Eduard (lieutenant) store clerk, age 28 in 1860; enrolled as orderly sergeant in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; elected lieutenant on September 20, 1862; absent on detached service on December 31, 1862; absent on 60-day leave beginning January 19, 1864.

Kotzebue, Christian A. Meinhard (private) age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, on June 20, 1862 at Columbus; absent without leave, March through June 1863; declared a deserter, June 3, 1863; returned to company; detached to Colorado County to recruit volunteers, April 18, 1864.

Kotzebue, Franz F. Julius (private) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, on June 20, 1862 at Columbus; granted furlough, April 6, 1864; granted furlough, August 22, 1864; declared absent without leave, September 25, 1864.

Kuenstler, William (private) laborer, age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862, absent sick on February 28, 1863; absent without leave on August 31, 1863.

Kuhn, Franz (private) farmer, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company A, 3rd Texas Infantry, on June 18, 1862 La Grange; granted one-month furlough, October 8, 1862; declared absent without leave, December 14, 1862.

Kuhn, Fritz (private) farmer, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company A, 3rd Texas Infantry, on June 18, 1862 at La Grange; declared absent without leave, December 14, 1862; declared deserter, June 29, 1863.

Kulow, Helmuth (lieutenant) baker, age 39 in 1860; enrolled as lieutenant in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862.

Kuykendall, Allen (private) merchant, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862 at Houston; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Lacey, Beverly M. (private) merchant, age 24 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Houston; requests transfer upon demand of company captain, Richard V. Cook, November 28, 1862; transferred to Company G, 13th Texas Infantry, December 9, 1862; detailed to adjutant's office in Columbus, April 22, 1863; granted 40-day furlough to Smith County to harvest wheat, May 30, 1864.

Laidley, Thomas M. (sergeant) physician, age 34 in 1860; enrolled as a sergeant in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 15, 1862 in Colorado County; discharged with a disability, July 12, 1862.

Land, William S. (lieutenant) farmer, age 32 in 1860; enrolled as sergeant in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; promoted lieutenant, March 1, 1862; captured; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862 wounded at Fort Butler, June 28, 1863; killed at Yellow Bayou, May 18, 1864.

Landrum, John T. (private) age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862; exchanged, September 1862.

Landrum, William F. (private) age 19 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; died of disease at Fort Bliss, May 23, 1862.

LaTulle, Victor D. (lieutenant) merchant, age 27 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 15, 1862 in Colorado County; assumed command of company, December 14, 1863; granted 25-day furlough, March 22, 1864; granted 30-day furlough, June 24, 1864; furlough extended to August 15, 1864; detailed to court martial at Beaumont, September 1, 1864; granted furlough to Colorado County, April 1865.

Lauer, Franz (private) farm renter, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 21st Texas Infantry, on June 15, 1862 at Columbus; hospitalized at Houston with a sprained knee, September 14, 1862; granted furlough to Colorado County, October 13, 1862; did not return, declared deserter, November 3, 1862.

Legg, Andrew (private) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; died of disease, August 25, 1861, before the company was mustered in.

Lessing, Charles (private) age 13 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, as a substitute for Andrew J. Smith of Colorado County on July 1, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; absent without leave on August 31, 1863.

Lessing, Joseph (private) farm laborer, age 15 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on January 16, 1864 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864; granted 26-day furlough, November 24, 1864.

Leyendecker, Johann Baptist (lieutenant) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; elected lieutenant on August 16, 1863.

Leyendecker, Johann Friedrich (private) farmer, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; subsequently designated a musician.

Little, George Huff (sergeant) student, age 19 in 1860; enrolled as sergeant in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded, probably at Fort Butler, June 28, 1863.

Lockman, John B. (private) age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, on August 1, 1862 at Gonzales; detailed to report to quartermaster at Houston, March 11, 1863; declared deserter, November 10, 1863; returned to company, March 19, 1864.

Lookup, Alexander (lieutenant) farm laborer, age 20 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; promoted sergeant, June 11, 1862; hospitalized with fever, February 23 through March 1, 1863; promoted lieutenant, March 26, 1863; detached to pursue deserters, March 29, 1864; detached to serve on court martial at San Antonio, August 1, 1864; rejoined company, November 20, 1864.

Loomis, James J. (private) schoolteacher, age 29 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; detached to duty as battalion chaplain, December 10, 1862.

Mackey, John (lieutenant) farmer, age 39 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; granted furlough, March 1862; not reelected as lieutenant and discharged, June 11, 1862.

Maeckel, Edward (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862.

Maggett, John J. (private) farm manager, age 27 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on October 18, 1862 at Columbus.

Martin, Robert B. (lieutenant) age 35 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; promoted sergeant, June 11, 1862; granted 26-day furlough, July 6, 1864; promoted lieutenant, December 30, 1864; granted 30-day furlough, April 21, 1865.

Mathee, Fred Leopold (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 13, 1862 at Columbus; killed at Freeman's Ford, August 22, 1862.

Matthews, Eli T. (private) age 18 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862; exchanged at Vicksburg, September 22, 1862.

Matthews, Thomas M. (private) farm manager, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; detailed to signal corps at Galveston, September 28, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Mayes, Joshua Pritchard (private) farmer, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on May 15, 1862 at Houston; left with illness, October 26, 1863; sent to convalescent camp, February 20, 1864.

Mayes, Louis Monroe (lieutenant) farmer, age 28 in 1860; enrolled as a sergeant in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 at Galveston; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in what became 2nd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 3, 1862 in Fayette County; elected lieutenant, May 25, 1862; on furlough, June 20 through July 5, 1862; detached to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, July 11, 1863; reassigned with entire company, to Company H, 35th Texas Cavalry, May 28, 1863.

Mayes, William Lewis (private) age 32 in 1860; enlisted in Company C, 35th Texas Cavalry, on July 1, 1862 at Columbia; transferred to 2nd Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, November 4, 1863; granted furlough, May 5, 1865; transferred to Smith's Company, Waller's Cavalry.

McCormick, George Millan (sergeant) age 18 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 14, 1862 in Colorado County; promoted sergeant, November 1, 1863; promoted first sergeant, May 1, 1864; wounded in the leg and captured near Tupelo, Mississippi, July 15, 1864; leg amputated in federal hospital; recaptured July 16, 1864.

McCormick, Stephen Montgomery (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 14, 1862 in Colorado County; detailed as nurse for his brother, George Millan McCormick, July 16, 1864.

McDonald, James (lieutenant) laborer, age 31 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Alleyton; promoted lieutenant on July 22, 1862; captured at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, April 9, 1864.

McFall, Robert E. (corporal) farmer, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

McKinley, Daniel A. (private) age 21 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 6, 1862 at Velasco; transferred to Company D, 35th Texas Cavalry, on April 12, 1862; hospitalized, August 1862; drowned in Matagorda Bay, December 31, 1863.

McKinley, James Harvey (lieutenant) age 31 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; promoted lieutenant before June 30, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

McKinley, Thomas (private) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 35th Texas Cavalry, December 4, 1862; drowned in Matagorda Bay on December 31, 1863.

McKinnon, Archibald E. (private) carpenter, age 38 in 1860; enlisted in Company G, 2nd Texas Infantry, on August 27, 1862 at Tyler; captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863; paroled, July 7, 1863.

McLeary, James Harvey (private) age 14 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the calf and captured at Valverde, February 21, 1862; paroled and exchanged at Fort Union, April 5, 1862; captured at Donaldsville, Louisiana, June 28, 1863.

McLeod, Matthew W. (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; discharged at Dumfries, Virginia, December 29, 1861.

McMillan, A. M. (private) livery stable operator, age 35 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 20, 1862 at Columbus; departed with an illness at Shreveport, Louisiana; never joined company; reported living in Mexico, November 30, 1862.

Meismer, John (private) farmer, age 25 in 1860; enrolled in 2nd Company A, 3rd Texas Infantry, on June 18, 1862 at La Grange; granted furlough, December 26, 1862; granted furlough, June 28, 1863; declared absent without leave, July 8, 1863.

Melor, William Phillip (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on December 27, 1861 at Velasco; discharged, July 15, 1862 (Note: He appears on census with the family of his step-father, Clement A. Allen).

Meredith, William C. (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 at Galveston; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 14, 1862 in Colorado County.

Merseberger, Henry (private) grocer, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; absent without leave on August 31, 1863.

Mewes, William (private) merchant, age 38 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 30, 1862 in Colorado County; hospitalized at Houston with chronic rheumatism, April 20 through May 24, 1862; discharged with certification of disability, May 24, 1862.

Meyer, Henry (private) age 19 in 1860; enrolled on April 7, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863.

Middleton, Stephen (private) farmer, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 14, 1862 in Colorado County; wounded in a knife fight with Private James M. Holden, May 1863.

Miekow, William (private) farmer, age 31 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Alleyton; died near Auston, Arkansas on November 14, 1862.

Miller, Jacob (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864; granted 26-day furlough, November 24, 1864.

Minter, Judson (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on December 12, 1863.

Mitchell, Albert Gallatin (private) trader, age 26 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the left arm at Valverde, February 21, 1862; captured at hospital at Socorro, April 1, 1862; paroled at Fort Craig, April 23, 1862.

Mitchell, Benjamin F. (private) farmer, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on June 14, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864; granted 20-day furlough, November 18, 1864.

Moeckel, Johann David (private) blacksmith, age 30 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 25, 1862; absent on leave on August 31, 1863.

Moeller, William (private) farmer, age 29 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862.

Moore, John E. (sergeant) farmer, age 39 in 1860; enrolled in what became 2nd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 19, 1862 in Fayette County; promoted sergeant, December 30, 1862; reassigned with entire company to Company H, 35th Texas Cavalry, May 28, 1863.

Moore, Thomas P. (private) farm manager, age 24 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 14, 1862 in Washington County.

Morgan, Robert G., Jr. (private) age 23 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at hospital at Socorro, April 1, 1862; paroled at Fort Craig, April 23, 1862; hospitalized at Houston, February 25 through March 13, 1863.

Munn, Neil (private) farmer, age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 14, 1862 in Fayette County; detailed to ordinance department, November 15, 1863; left ordnance department and declared absent without leave before May 1, 1864; declared deserter, May 4, 1864.

Murchison, Duncan A. (private) farmer, age 27 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 19, 1862 in Colorado County; detailed to conscript blacks, July 20, 1863.

Nail, Samuel A. (private) age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company C, 35th Texas Cavalry, on February 10, 1862 at San Bernard; absent without leave, September 1 through September 27, 1862; declared absent without leave, February 14, 1863; absent without leave, April 12 through April 30, 1863; declared absent without leave, August 20, 1863, apparently never returned to company.

Nave, James A. (private) age 12 in 1860; enrolled in in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 6, 1862 at Velasco; discharged as underage, April 12, 1862.

Neuhaus, Heinrich August Hermann (private) tailor, age 44 in 1860; enlisted in Company I, 24th Texas Cavalry, on March 19, 1862 in Lavaca County; captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas, January 11, 1863; released from Gratiot Street Prison, St. Louis, Missouri, April 2, 1863; hospitalized with illness through at least April 1864.

Newsom, Eaton Pugh (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 13th Texas Infantry, January 13, 1862; transferred to Company C, 35th Texas Cavalry, before October 1862; transferred to Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, October 1, 1863; hospitalized at Wharton for treatment of sore arm caused by impure vaccine, February 1864; hospitalized at Columbus, February 21, 1864.

Newsom, J. R. (private) farm manager, age 27 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 13, 1862; granted 30-day furlough to recruit volunteers, March 18, 1862; transferred to Company C, 35th Texas Cavalry, before October 1862; transferred to Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, October 1, 1863; hospitalized at Wharton with sore arm caused by impure vaccine, February 21, 1864; detailed to quartermaster at Houston, July 12, 1864.

Newsom, Littlebury McLemore (lieutenant) merchant, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862 at Houston; promoted lieutenant and transferred to Company F, 21st Texas Infantry, June 24, 1862; left with illness, June 7, 1863; granted 30-day furlough, April 11, 1864; transferred to and given command of 3rd Company K, 13th Texas Infantry, November 1864; granted 35-day furlough, January 9, 1865.

Newsom, William H. (private) age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Santa Fe, August 19, 1862; reportedly died of disease.

Newton, Asa (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on June 1, 1863 at Alleyton; hospitalized at Wharton with sore arm caused by impure vaccine, February 21, 1864.

Newton, John B. (private) farming, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company G, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, on April 4, 1862 at Eagle Grove; discharged with disability, necrosis of the tibia of his right leg, July 24, 1862.

Newton, Wright (private) serving, age 18 in 1860; enlisted in Company G, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, on April 4, 1862 at Galveston; left with illness, July 27, 1862; returned to company before October 1862.

Niehaus, William (private) age 24 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, July 1, 1862.

Noack, John (private) farm renter, age 50 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; absent without leave on August 31, 1863.

Oakes, John C. (private) farmer, age 29 in 1860; conscripted and enrolled in Company F, 2nd Texas Infantry, on February 2, 1865.

Oakes, Pleasant J. (captain) merchant, age 23 in 1860; enrolled as lieutenant in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; promoted captain, August 1, 1862.

Obenchain, Edgar Darius (private) carpenter, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 31, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Obenchain, J. S. (sergeant) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; promoted first sergeant, July 15, 1863; wounded at Chickamauga, September 19, 1863; absent without leave, spring 1864; demoted to private.

Obenchain, John T. (lieutenant) age 21 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; promoted lieutenant, November 12, 1862; captured at Yellow Bayou, Louisiana, May 18, 1864; exchanged, July 22, 1864.

Obenhaus, Charles Henry (private) age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; left with illness, September 2, 1862; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Obenhaus, Julius (private) farmer, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on June 16, 1862 at Columbus; left with illness, September 7, 1863; declared absent without leave, December 27, 1863; declared deserter, January 19, 1864.

Ocker, Henry (private) farmer, age 24 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, July 1, 1862; died of disease, June 14, 1863.

Ocker, William (private) farmer, age 27 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, July 1, 1862; left with illness, before October 1862; declared absent without leave, before August 1862.

Orr, William (private) concrete builder, age 32 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; detailed to quartermaster at Beaumont, April 12, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Ortmann, William (private) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862.

Otell, Friederich (private) tailor, age 34 in 1860; enlisted in Company E, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, March 28, 1862; transferred to regimental band as musician, November 21, 1862; granted furlough to recover from illness, April 1864 or earlier; declared deserter, May 14, 1864.

Pankey, Joseph A. (private) cowboy, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 24th Texas Cavalry, on March 27, 1862 at Eagle Lake; absent ill in Colorado County, August 1862; captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas, January 11, 1863; paroled; hospitalized at Richmond, Virginia, April 30, 1863; granted 60-day furlough to Columbus to recover from illness, June 18, 1863; temporarily assigned to Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, January 25, 1864; declared a deserter, March 26, 1864.

Pankey, Martin (private) age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the right thigh at Valverde, February 21, 1862.

Parker, William (sergeant) gardener, age 41 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Eagle Lake; promoted corporal on August 1, 1862; promoted sergeant before April 1863; discharged with epilesy April 24, 1863.

Parrott, William C. (sergeant) farmer, age 39 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Richmond; promoted sergeant on August 1, 1862; arrested August 30, 1862; sentenced to wear ball and chain by general court martial.

Patton, Thomas J. (private) cattleman, age 40 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 34th Texas Cavalry, on June 27, 1862 at Fort McCulloch; granted furlough, February 15, 1864; killed in action at Yellow Bayou, Louisiana, May 18, 1864.

Paulsen, Gustav Bernard (sergeant) farm renter, age 32 in 1860; enrolled as sergeant in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on June 30, 1862; demoted private before October 31, 1862, absent sick on October 31, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863.

Payne, Daniel Cherry (private) age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, on August 28, 1861; died in Nashville, Tennessee.

Payne, Don Fernando (lieutenant) farmer, age 35 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; promoted corporal before January 1, 1863; promoted lieutenant, March 18, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864; granted 30-day furlough, November 24, 1864; on detached service as a witness at a court-martial, January 27, 1865.

Payne, Josiah F. (private) farmer, age 34 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862 at Houston; discharged after furnishing a substitute, November 30, 1862.

Pendleton, H. G. (private) farmer, age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; injured in a wagon accident and hospitalized at a private home in Hanover County, Virginia, August 14, 1862; hospitalized October 4, 1862 through March 23, 1862; transferred to Company D, 1st Virginia Cavalry, July 1, 1863.

Perry, William B. (sergeant) age 40 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Pettus, James T. (sergeant) railroad engineer, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, on September 10, 1861; promoted sergeant; ill in Nashville, Tennessee, November 7, 1861 through January 7, 1862; killed at Stockdale Fight near McMinnville, Tennessee, August 29, 1862.

Pilger, Martin (private) laborer, age 45 in 1860; enlisted in Company A, 4th Battalion (Oswald's) Texas Infantry, on November 14, 1861 at Galveston; transferred to 4th Texas Field Battery, April 18, 1862; hospitalized with illness at New Iberia, Louisiana, July 29, 1863.

Pinchback, John J. (private) age 12 in 1860; enrolled in Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on March 19, 1865 in Colorado County.

Pinchback, William W. (corporal) age 15 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the stomach at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862; died of wound, September 1, 1862.

Pope, J. B. (private) farmer, age 32 in 1860; enlisted in Dunn's Company, Waller's Regiment, Texas Cavalry, on October 1, 1864 in Brazoria County; granted furlough to Fayette County to recover from illness, November 1864.

Pratt, Henry (private) farm laborer, age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded and captured at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863; confined at Fort Delaware; died in prison camp, October 23, 1863.

Prause, Arnold (musician) wheelwright, age 21 in 1860, enrolled as a bugler in 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 30, 1862 in Colorado County; detailed as musician, May or June 1863.

Prechectil, John (private) age 15 in 1860; enlisted in Creuzbaur's-Welhausen's Light Artillery Battery on August 23, 1864.

Priest, John (musician) cowboy, age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; hospitalized, spring 1864.

Putnam, Hillen (private) farm laborer, age 27 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; left with illness, January 23, 1863; transferred, October 2, 1863.

Putnam, Sanford (private) farm laborer, age 25 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the left arm at Valverde, February 21, 1862; died of wound at hospital at Socorro, February 28, 1862.

Putney, Richard J. (private) age 24 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on October 18, 1862 at Columbus.

Putney, Robert William (lieutenant) pharmacist, age 22 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Quick, Jacob (sergeant) well digger, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 4th Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Hallettsville; promoted corporal; promoted sergeant, May 20, 1863; wounded at Chickamauga; September 19, 1863; discharged as disabled.

Quin, Michael (captain) railroad agent, age 25 in 1860; enlisted and elected captain in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Alleyton; granted five-day leave to Little Rock, October 28, 1862; granted 60-day furlough, August 18, 1863.

Raabe, Anton (corporal) farm renter, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; elected corporal on July 1, 1862.

Raabe, August (private) age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863.

Raabe, Robert (private) farm laborer, age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on August 31, 1863; sick furlough expired October 12, 1864; absent without leave on February 29, 1864.

Raverty, Arthur (private) silversmith, age 30 in 1860; enrolled in Company G, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, on December 12, 1861 at Houston; departed with illness, August 21, 1862; hospitalized at Houston, September 8 through September 16, 1862 and December 5 through December 16, 1862; declared absent without leave, between February 28 and April 30, 1863; granted 30-day furlough, June 14, 1864; detached to duty at Galveston, September 12, 1864.

Reinhart, Mathias (private) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enrolled in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 20, 1862 in Colorado County; absent ill, August 25 through September 1, 1862; hospitalized at Houston, June 22, 1862; granted 30-day furlough, September 1864.

Reynolds, James (private) farm manager, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; discharged for chronic rheumatism, February 6, 1862.

Rhea, James M. (private) gin wright, age 37 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; discharged for chronic diarrhea, February 8, 1862.

Rhodes, Harry W. (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in Company A, 4th Battalion Texas Artillery, on July 8, 1861 at Indianola, declaring his age as 18; discharged as underage; subsequently served in Tennessee units.

Richter, Leopold (private) age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Hughes Company, Texas Light Artillery, on June 23, 1862 at Houston; hospitalized at Houston, July 31 through August 11, 1862; transferred to 15th Texas Field Battery, March 1, 1863; granted 15-day furlough, April 23, 1863.

Rinteln, Anton (private) farm manager, age 38 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862.

Rippel, Joseph (private) farmer, age 32 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, as a substitute for William Beethe of Colorado County on July 1, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862; discharged on February 27, 1863.

Rivers, Thomas Hunt (private) student, age 16 in 1860; enlisted as private in Company B, 21st Texas Cavalry, May 5, 1862; died at South Bend, Arkansas, January 22, 1863.

Roberdeau, James Daniel (captain) store clerk, age 27 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; detailed to recruiting service in Texas, February 1862; promoted captain, June 7, 1862; wounded in the right arm at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862; wounded and captured at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.

Roberts, Thomas J. (private) cowboy, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the right leg at Freeman's Ford, August 22, 1862; furloughed to Texas; declared absent without leave, February 1863; assigned to Company A, 35th Texas Cavalry, February 1864; transferred to Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, September 8, 1864.

Robertson, J. T. (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in 14th Texas Field Battery on April 4, 1864 at Prairie Point; detached to apprehend a deserter, May 1864.

Roever, William B. (lieutenant) merchant, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862; elected sergeant on September 20, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; promoted lieutenant before August 31, 1863; absent sick on August 31, 1863.

Rolluson, Thomas H. (sergeant) grocery merchant, age 33 in 1860; enlisted and elected sergeant in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Alleyton.

Romans, Andrew Jackson (private) farmer, age 37 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on June 14, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Russell, James M. (corporal) farm manager, age 30 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Sabath, Carl August (captain) wheelwright, age 32 in 1860; enrolled and elected lieutenant in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent with leave on August 31, 1863; promoted captain before February 29, 1864.

Sanders, Floyd A. (sergeant) age 17 in 1860; enrolled and elected sergeant in Company D, 2nd Texas Cavalry, on May 23, 1861; demoted private on July 23, 1861; died of disease on November 28, 1861.

Sanders, Newton (private) carpenter, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 18, 1862 at Columbus; sent to rear, May 28, 1862; declared absent without leave; did not return to company.

Sandmeyer, Julius (private) merchant, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on June 17, 1862 at Columbus; discharged after furnishing a substitute, July 19, 1862.

Schemmer, Henry (private) farm laborer, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862.

Scherer, Walter Dwight (private) age 16 in 1860; enrolled in in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; hospitalized with typhoid fever, December 18, 1861; granted sick leave, January 4, 1862; forfeited one months pay by order of court martial, June 1862; hospitalized with cholera, September 18 through September 20 and September 22 through September 30, 1863; granted 26-day furlough, July 28, 1864.

Schmidt, Charles (private) age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Hughes Company, Texas Light Artillery, on June 24, 1862 at La Grange; transferred to 15th Field Battery, March 1, 1863; hospitalized at Houston, September 5, 1863; granted furlough from hospital, September 21, 1863; declared deserter, September 30, 1863.

Schmiedekamp, Bernard (private) farm laborer, age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862.

Schneider, Henry S. (private) age 16 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; died at hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas on February 14, 1863.

Schroeder, Otto (sergeant) age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Company G, 4th Texas Cavalry, on September 23, 1861 near San Antonio; killed at Glorieta, March 28, 1862.

Schubert, August (private) store clerk, age 19 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the chin at Valverde, February 21, 1862; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862.

Schulz, Henry (sergeant) age 30 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; promoted corporal before October 31, 1862; promoted sergeant before August 31, 1863.

Secrest, Larkin Downs (lieutenant) carpenter, age 30 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in what became 2nd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, on April 25, 1862 at Galveston; granted 20-day furlough, December 10, 1862; reassigned with entire company to Company H, 35th Texas Cavalry, May 28, 1863; sent to convalescent camp, February 20, 1864.

Sellers, Isaac G. (private) student, age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 at La Grange; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 1, 1862 in Colorado County; absent ill on June 30, 1862; absent ill on August 31, 1862; captured on December 13, 1862; paroled to Texas on December 20, 1862.

Senne, Henry (private) age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on April 2, 1862 at Columbus; wounded in the left arm at Eltham's Landing, May 7, 1862; captured at Farmville, April 6, 1865.

Seymour, Charles (private) farm manager, age 27 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on October 18, 1862 at Columbus; reportedly died of disease.

Seymour, George Washington (private) farm laborer, age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus.

Shaffer, William A. (private) age 13 in 1860; served in Dunn's Company, Waller's Regiment, Texas Cavalry; hospitalized at Velasco with typhoid fever, June 15 through July 13, 1864; granted 30-day furlough, July 30, 1864.

Shaw, William Howard (private) student, age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured before February 1864.

Shepherd, Webb (corporal) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded in the neck at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862; promoted fourth corporal, March 15, 1863; furloughed to Mobile, Alabama; detailed to brigade commissary department, April 1864.

Shields, Charles (private) well digger, age 39 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 27, 1862 at Columbus; discharged as overage on September 22, 1862.

Shrewsbury, Simon (private) age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 24th Texas Cavalry, on March 16, 1862 in Colorado County; captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas, January 11, 1863; imprisoned at Camp Butler, Illinois; released, March 1863.

Shropshire, John Samuel (major) attorney at law, age 27 in 1860; enrolled and elected captain in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; promoted major on February 21, 1862; killed at Glorieta, March 28, 1862.

Silar, Joseph (private) farmer, age 34 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on April 10, 1862; left with illness, October 5, 1862; returned to company; detached as courier, March 1864.

Silvey, James E. (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on December 19, 1861 at Velasco; granted indefinite furlough, February 24, 1862; discharged as underage, April 12, 1862; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on October 21, 1863 at Alleyton; declared absent without leave, March 1864.

Silvey, Peter G. (private) age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862; hospitalized at Fort Bliss, May 26 through June 22, 1862; exchanged, September 17, 1862; reportedly died of disease.

Simmons, Bernard (private) farmer, age 28 in 1860; served in Company I, 25th Texas Cavalry.

Simms, Charles W. (private) age 19 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; discharged for medical reasons, about October 1861; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on April 10, 1862; left with illness, April 24, 1863; returned to company; arrested by civil authorities in Brazoria County, May 1864; hospitalized in Tyler, October 15, 1864.

Simpson, John W. (private) farm manager, age 30 in 1860; enrolled in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on December 26, 1861 at Houston; arrested at Houston, July 25, 1862; transferred to Company G, 2nd Texas Cavalry, October 27, 1862.

Slack, S. W. (private) farm manager, age 26 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on October 18, 1862 at Columbus.

Sloneker, Samuel G. (private) carpenter, age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; left with illness, September 19, 1862; discharged for medical reasons on January 19, 1863.

Sloneker, William J. (private) carpenter, age 29 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 15, 1862 at Columbus; declared absent without leave, summer 1863; discharged with stomach trouble at Staunton, Virginia, January 8, 1864.

Smith, Davis G. (private) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; granted indefinite furlough, February 24, 1862; granted 18-day furlough to visit ill wife, June 14, 1862; transferred to Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, November 17, 1862; hospitalized with fever, September 26 through October 9, 1863; granted 27-day furlough, May 18, 1864; granted 20-day furlough, October 11, 1864; detached to serve in Colorado County, April 10, 1865.

Smith, Ferd (private) cowboy, age 24 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Alleyton; assigned extra duty as a teamster on July 25, 1862.

Smith, James A. (private) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; hospitalized at Fort Bliss, June 2 through June 11, 1862.

Smith, Joshua S. (private) age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; given leave, October 30, 1861; hospitalized at Fort Bliss, May 25, 1862; died of disease in hospital, June 7, 1862.

Smith, Nelson P. (private) farm renter, age 33 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862 at Houston; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Smith, Samuel Willard (private) farmer, age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 35th Texas Cavalry, on March 1, 1862; transferred to Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on June 17, 1862; detailed to impress blacks, April 29, 1863; declared absent without leave, March 1864; detailed to find horses, September 19, 1864; detailed to herd cattle in Smith County, October 1, 1864.

Snavely, Gideon G. (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; granted furlough, December 19, 1861; returned to company, January 4, 1862; indefinitely detailed to visit ill mother, May 1, 1862; granted 24-day furlough to brand cattle, June 13, 1864; granted 26-day furlough, April 19, 1865.

Spinck, Henry (private) farmer, age 47 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on October 31, 1862, absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; died of disease on August 30, 1863.

Stafford, Robert Frederick (private) cattleman, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company H, 13th Texas Infantry, on June 27, 1862 at Columbus; on furlough, December 11 through December 28, 1862; left company with an illness, March 30, 1863; did not return to company; eventually declared a deserter.

Stapleton, John (private) merchant, age 33 in 1860; enlisted in 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on March 8, 1862 at Velasco; on furlough, March 30 through April 3, 1862; discharged, July 15, 1862; reenlisted as a private in 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on February 16, 1863; declared a deserter, September 12, 1864; returned to company; detailed as a blacksmith, April 4, 1865.

Stapleton, Samuel (private) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on October 18, 1861 in Galveston; absent sick on June 30, 1862; wounded at Grenada, Mississippi, August 17, 1863; left company near Charleston, Mississippi with a lame horse, April 28, 1864; returned to company with no horse by June 1864.

Stapleton, Seaborn Trumbul (private) farm laborer, age 22 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 6, 1862 at Velasco; detailed to visit ill mother for 18 days, June 14, 1862; transferred to Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, November 17, 1862; detailed to pursue deserters, December 29, 1862; granted 25-day furlough to recover from illness and hospitalized, September 15, 1863; declared absent without leave, November 26, 1863; returned to company; detailed to Colorado County to arrest a deserter, April 9, 1864.

Stapleton, William (private) farm laborer, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, on May 9, 1862 at Harvey's Creek; hospitalized with intermittent fever, September 30 through October 6, 1863 and October 17 through November 1, 1863; granted furlough, April 9, 1864; declared a deserter, May 1, 1864; returned to company, May 24, 1864; granted 20-day furlough, October 1864; detailed as blacksmith, March 1865.

Stewart, William M. (private) farmer, age 39 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Alleyton; assigned extra duty as a hospital cook on August 1, 1862.

Stone, William G. W. (private) grocery merchant, age 29 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 27th Texas Cavalry, on January 1, 1862 at Hallettsville; declared absent without leave, December 1862; wounded at Thompson's Station, Tennessee, and hospitalized, March 5, 1863; discharged with disability, July 4, 1863.

Strahan, William T. (lieutenant) farmer, age 23 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Alleyton; resigned commission, April 19, 1862.

Strait, William M. (private) merchant, age 27 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company I, 13th Texas Infantry, on November 29, 1861; transferred to 1st Company G, 13th Texas Infantry; detailed to attend sick in Brazoria County, May 1862; on furlough in Colorado County, June 24 through July 8, 1862; on furlough, October 22 through October 30, 1862; transferred with entire company to Company G, 35th Texas Cavalry, November 1863; hospitalized at Wharton, February 22, 1864.

Stricklin, Alfred (sergeant) hotel keeper, age 25 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on May 8, 1862 at Eagle Lake; promoted sergeant on August 1, 1862; discharged with a physical disability on October 10, 1863.

Stroud, B. F. (private) farm manager, age 24 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 20, 1862 at Columbus; died of unspecified cause in 1864.

Styres, James (private) age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 at La Grange; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 1, 1862 in Colorado County.

Sudmeyer, Henry (private) farm laborer, age 34 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on March 24, 1862 at Alleyton; absent without leave since enlistment; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862.

Suhr, John (private) farmer, age 27 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 1, 1862 at Alleyton; declared absent without leave on February 23, 1864; returned to duty.

Swisher, Green F. (corporal) laborer, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company I, 2nd Texas Cavalry, on June 16, 1861; discharged with disability, June 20, 1862; reenlisted, October 1, 1862; promoted corporal; granted furlough, May 21, 1864; granted furlough, September 20, 1864; died of disease, November 1, 1864.

Taffel, Bernhard (private) farm laborer, age 27 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; absent sick on December 31, 1862; absent sick on February 28, 1863; discharged on January 2, 1864.

Tanner, Calvin B. (sergeant) age 21 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; discharged for disability, November 28, 1861; enrolled and elected sergeant in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862 at Houston.

Tanner, Field Archer (corporal) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; hospitalized at Columbus, March 9, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864; hospitalized at Columbus, November 27, 1864.

Tatum, Howal A. (private) artist, age 46 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; detailed as scout, November 21, 1861; discharged with chronic rheumatism, September 22, 1862.

Taylor, Solomon Lee (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company G, 13th Texas Infantry, on November 17, 1863 at Alleyton.

Taylor, Solomon T. (private) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 35th Texas Cavalry, on March 1, 1862; transferred to Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on June 17, 1862; absent ill in Matagorda County, October 28, 1862; detailed to impress blacks, April 20, 1863; arrested by civil authorities in Brazoria County, May 1864; detailed to herd cattle in Smith County, October 1, 1864.

Terrell, Charles M. (private) physician, age 55 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on March 29, 1862 at Columbus, declaring that he was 40 years old; detailed as a hospital steward, September 18, 1862; discharged, November 20, 1862.

Terrell, Henry (private) age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry, on August 28, 1861; slightly wounded, between November 1863 and February 29, 1864.

Terrell, Hunt (private) age 14 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; wounded at Eltham's Landing, May 7, 1862; wounded in the back and neck and captured at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863; confined at Fort Delaware.

Terrell, Samuel W. (private) age 16 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; reportedly died of disease.

Terry, Bartholemew (private) farm laborer, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Terry, George A. (private) age 17 in 1860; served as a private in 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry; granted furlough, October 24, 1864; declared absent without leave, December 28, 1864.

Thatcher, John William (private) farm manager, age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company C, 35th Texas Cavalry, on April 30, 1862 at Columbus; granted furlough to recover from illness, January 22, 1863; detailed to quartermaster depot, October 13, 1863; returned to Colorado County with an illness, October 13, 1864.

Tinkler, James Watt (private) age 14 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862; hospitalized at Fort Bliss, June 12 through June 26, 1862; left hospital without permission; exchanged, September 17, 1862.

Toland, Joseph H. (sergeant) farm manager, age 28 in 1860; enrolled and elected sergeant in Company G, 35th Texas Cavalry, on May 17, 1862 at Brazoria; granted 40-day furlough, November 8, 1864.

Toliver, Benjamin Franklin (sergeant) age 19 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; granted 26-day furlough, June 6, 1862; promoted sergeant, June 11, 1862; detailed to Colorado County to procure bacon for the company, March 30, 1865; granted 60-day furlough to brand cattle, April 19, 1865.

Toliver, James A. (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; granted 16-day furlough to recover from illness, December 19, 1861; granted 26-day furlough, March 17, 1864.

Tooke, Joseph G. (private) clerk, age 31 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 at Fayetteville; discharged, January 9, 1862; enlisted in Company F, 13th Texas Infantry, April 30, 1864 at High Hill; hospitalized at Columbus, November 10, 1864.

Tooke, Lovard T. (sergeant) store clerk, age 21 in 1860; enrolled and elected sergeant in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Fort Union, April 5, 1862; exchanged, September 17, 1862.

Townsend, Hamilton L. (private) age 18 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus.

Townsend, James Light (private) age 14 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry; captured at Yellow Bayou, Louisiana, May 18, 1864.

Townsend, Joseph Monroe (private) farmer, age 29 in 1860; enrolled in Company D, 27th Texas Cavalry, on August 24, 1861 in Hallettsville; wounded in action at Middleburg, Tennessee, December 24, 1862; discharged, March 1, 1863.

Townsend, Madison White (private) farmer, age 19 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Townsend, Moses Solon (lieutenant) farmer, age 29 in 1860; enlisted and elected lieutenant in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; arrested on July 25, 1862.

Townsend, Thomas Gideon (private) cattleman, age 32 in 1860; enrolled in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; hospitalized with pneumonia at Houston, January 29, 1863; granted furlough, March 23, 1863; hospitalized at Beaumont, May 18, 1863.

Townsend, William (private) carpenter, age 40 in 1860; enlisted in Company I, 16th Texas Infantry, on April 3, 1862 in Travis County, Texas; died at Virginia Point, Texas, June 25, 1862.

Townsend, William Wallace (captain) apprentice carpenter, age 27 in 1860; enrolled in Company D, 27th Texas Cavalry, on August 24, 1861 at Hallettsville; detailed as farrier; elected lieutenant, May 8,1862; wounded in action at Davis Bridge, October 5, 1862; granted furlough; promoted captain, before May 1863; dropped from the role as absent without leave, October 11, 1863.

Tracy, Henry S. (private) age 15 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; granted 24-day furlough to brand cattle, June 13, 1864; granted 26-day furlough, April 19, 1865.

Trott, William P. (corporal) farm renter, age 22 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on November 26, 1862 in Colorado County; hospitalized at Houston, June 27 through July 7, 1862; promoted corporal, August 17, 1863.

Upton, John Cunningham (lieutenant colonel) farmer, age 32 in 1860; enlisted and elected captain in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; promoted major, June 1, 1862; promoted lieutenant colonel, July 17, 1862; killed at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862.

Van Wagner, Rupert (private) merchant, age 27 in 1860; enlisted March 22, 1862 at Columbus; detailed to signal corps at Galveston, January 16, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Voss, Henry (private) age 23 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 14, 1862.

Walker, Edward G. (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Walker, James K. (private) farm laborer, age 15 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on May 4, 1863 at Columbus; died of disease near the Sabine Pass, January 30, 1864.

Walker, Littleton E. (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Walker, William L. (corporal) age 18 in 1860; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 27, 1861; transferred to Company D, 35th Texas Cavalry, April 12, 1862; promoted corporal, before February 1864.

Wall, John B. (sergeant) farm manager, age 22 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; promoted fourth sergeant, November 10, 1861; wounded in the hand at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862; declared absent without leave, February 8, 1863.

Wall, William E. (private) age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company H, 13th Texas Infantry, on February 10, 1862; transferred to Company C, 35th Texas Cavalry, before August 1862; granted furlough, September 1862; declared absent without leave, September 27, 1862; detached to quartermaster to work as teamster, November 2, 1862; returned to company, April 30, 1863; appointed bugler, September 1, 1863; declared deserter, December 6, 1863; returned to company, March 1864; detailed to pursue a murderer, March 1864; declared a deserter, March 31, 1865.

Wallace, John H. (private) age 21 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 in Fayette County; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 1, 1862 in Colorado County; discharged on July 28, 1862.

Wallace, Warren (private) concrete builder, age 32 in 1860; enlisted in Company C, 1st Texas Cavalry, on March 25, 1862 at Aransas; sent ill to Houston, November 25, 1863; hospitalized at Columbus, December 4, 1863.

Wallace, William H. (corporal) farmer, age 34 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862 at Houston; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Washington, James T. (private) age 13 in 1860, joined Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, in April 1865.

Washington, Walter G. (private) age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on October 18, 1862; detached to serve in Colorado County, December 18, 1862; detailed to impress blacks, April 24, 1863; hospitalized at Wharton to treat sore arm caused by impure vaccine, February 2, 1864.

Watkins, Samuel W. (private) farmer, age 24 in 1860; enlisted in what became Company H, 13th Texas Infantry, on December 10, 1861; hospitalized with remittent fever, November 5 through November 21, 1862; hospitalized with chronic syphilis, August 23, 1863.

Weigel, Conrad (private) farmer, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 17th Texas Infantry, on July 1, 1862.

Wells, Stephen Monroe (captain) law student, age 28 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; elected captain in February or March 1862; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; hospitalized at Fort Bliss, June 12 through June 22, 1862; exchanged September 17, 1862; died of disease before November 25, 1862.

Westphal, Friedrich (private) age 33 in 1860; enrolled in Company H, 17th Texas Infantry, on April 7, 1862; sick on October 31, 1862.

White, John (private) farm laborer, age 19 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 20, 1862 in Colorado County; granted furlough to recover from illness, August 26 through September 23, 1862; hospitalized with fever at Houston, October 5 through October 10, 1862; hospitalized at Houston, April 25, 1863; granted 20-day furlough, May 18, 1863; declared deserter, August 20, 1863.

White, Simon (private) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 20, 1862 in Colorado County; declared a deserter, June 6, 1863.

Whitehead, Joe H. (sergeant) farm manager, age 26 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; promoted first corporal, January 24, 1862; wounded in the foot at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862; promoted fifth sergeant, March 15, 1863; wounded in both feet and captured at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863; promoted third sergeant; retired by medical board, July 26, 1864.

Whitehead, John F. (sergeant) farm manager, age 24 in 1860; enlisted and elected corporal in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; promoted sergeant before June 30, 1862; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Whittle, Martin (private) farmer, age 34 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on September 3, 1862 at Houston; hospitalized at Beaumont, June 28, 1863; died in hospital at Sabine Pass, April 16, 1865.

Wilbanks, Thomas (private) cattleman, age 28 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 20, 1862 in Colorado County; hospitalized at Houston with fever, April 6 through April 28, 1862; discharged with disability, June 16, 1862.

Williamson, C. E. (lieutenant) age 22 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 9th (Nichol's) Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 in Fayette County; promoted lieutenant and detailed to teach tactics, December 10, 1861.

Williamson, Thomas T. (surgeon) physician, age 27 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 6th Texas Infantry, on March 8, 1862 at Victoria; appointed color-sergeant, August 20, 1862; detailed as surgeon at Fort Hindman, Arkansas; captured at Fort Hindman, January 11, 1863; discharged from Gratiot Street Prison in St. Louis, Missouri, February 3, 1863; enrolled in 2nd Texas Field Battery and appointed company surgeon.

Williamson, William McWillie (captain) age 16 in 1860; enlisted in Company C, 35th Texas Cavalry, on November 4, 1861; declared deserter, July 10, 1862; detached and authorized to raise a company of cadets, September 1, 1863; discharged, December 16, 1863; commissioned captain, Company of Cadets, 35th Texas Cavalry, before May 1864.

Williford, William L. (private) farmer, age 20 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on October 18, 1862 at Columbus.

Wilson, James (private) age 17 in 1860; enrolled in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 6, 1862 at Columbus; declared absent without leave, December 30, 1862; subsequently returned to company.

Wilson, John (private) age 19 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, Waul's Texas Legion, on April 18, 1862 at Houston.

Wilson, Norval Cornelius (lieutenant) age 22 in 1860; enlisted in Company F, 35th Texas Cavalry, on April 10, 1862; elected lieutenant, June 17, 1862; hospitalized at Columbia, October 27, 1863; granted 30-day furlough, June 15, 1864.

Winfree, John B. (private) farmer, age 21 in 1860; enrolled in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; captured at Apache Canyon, March 26, 1862; paroled at Albuquerque, May 26, 1862.

Winfree, Thomas (private) farm laborer, age 17 in 1860; enlisted in Company G, 1st Texas Heavy Artillery, on January 25, 1862 at Fort Pelican; on furlough, August 27 through September 7, 1862; hospitalized at Houston, December 26, 1862; transferred to Columbus hospital, December 29, 1862; granted 30-day furlough to recover from illness, June 10, 1863; granted 28-day furlough, July 19, 1864; granted 26-day furlough, April 29, 1865.

Wingfield, William W. (sergeant) farm laborer, age 20 in 1860; enlisted in what became 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, on March 20, 1862 in Colorado County; hospitalized at Houston with acute diarrhea, October 5 through October 10, 1862; promoted sergeant, after September but before December 1864; hospitalized with illness, February 1865.

Winn, Richard R. (private) age 16 in 1860; enrolled in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on January 6, 1862, at Velasco; on sick leave, May 11 through June 1, 1862; discharged on July 15, 1862.

Winn, Samuel DeHart (sergeant) divinity student, age 20 in 1860; enlisted in Company A, Waul's Texas Legion, on October 20, 1861 at Bastrop; promoted corporal, before July 1863; captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863; paroled at Vicksburg, July 16, 1863; promoted sergeant, before March 1864.

Wolf, Henry (private) farmer, age 35 in 1860; enlisted in 2nd Company C, Ragsdale's Battalion, Texas Cavalry, in September 1864; detached to serve as a pilot and mate on a blockade runner, September 26, 1864.

Woods, Frank L. (private) age 15 in 1850; enlisted in what became 1st Company G, afterwards 2nd Company C, 13th Texas Infantry, on October 24, 1861 at Columbus; discharged on July 15, 1862.

Woolsey, Wiley M. (private) age 17 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 9th (Nichols') Texas Infantry, on October 19, 1861 in Fayette County; mustered out with entire company, April 24, 1862; enlisted in Company D, Waul's Texas Legion, on May 1, 1862 in Colorado County; absent sick on June 30, 1862.

Wootton, William W. (private) farmer, age 30 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 24, 1862 at Columbus; detailed as nurse to hospital at Beaumont, April 1, 1863; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864; granted 40-day furlough, April 11, 1865.

Wright, Enoch Thaddeus (lieutenant) farm manager, age 23 in 1860; enlisted in Company B, 5th Texas Infantry, on July 10, 1861 at Columbus; discharged after furnishing a substitute, October 28, 1861; enlisted and elected lieutenant in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on March 22, 1862 at Columbus; killed in action in Louisiana near the Sabine Pass, April 18, 1863.

Wright, John W. (private) farmer, age 39 in 1860; enlisted in Company D, 21st Texas Infantry, on April 5, 1862 in Houston; reassigned with entire company to 3rd Company A, 13th Texas Infantry, in November 1864.

Wright, Thomas G. (captain) age 30 in 1860; enrolled and elected lieutenant in Company A, 5th Texas Cavalry, on August 17, 1861 at Columbus; promoted captain, probably on February 21, 1862; designated regimental assistant quartermaster, March 16, 1862.

Wright, Timothy C. (private) age 27 in 1860; enrolled in Company F, 21st Texas Infantry, on June 4, 1862 at Columbus.

Zwiegel, Johann (lieutenant) farmer, age 41 in 1860; served as a lieutenant in Company F, 1st Texas Cavalry.