Company E, 10th Texas Infantry, Parker Co TX

Subject: Co. E, 10th Texas Infantry - Organized in Parker County
From: SMckay1234@aol.com

Dear Sue,

I am researching for a detailed regimental history of the 10th Texas Infantry, which served the Confederacy during the Civil War. Company E, of said regiment was organized in Parker County, and the vast majority of it's members, were residents of that company.

Reason I shared the above is because I am trying to locate the regiment's descendants and ask for your help. Is there a local historian, genealogist, UDC or SCV member online that would be willing to view the company roster for possible descendants?

You listed on your Parker County Bibliography, several county histories that may probably list some of the said men. Unfortunately, I am in Georgia, and am unable to check for myself.

As mentioned previously, I am attempting to locate descendants of the 10th Texas Infantry, so far locating 82 descendants; unfortunately, only two of them have been of Co. E's (Parker County). I have attached to this letter, the Roster of Co. E.

I would appreciate any help you could provide concerning my queries; Thanks for your time and assistance.

Respectfully, Scott McKay
167 Mtn. Park Rd.
Roswell, GA
770-552-8828
SMcKay1234@aol.com

This roster is part of an ongoing regimental history of the 10 th Texas Infantry, CSA, and descendants of anyone on this Roster is urged to contact the above researcher.

Capt. William N. McKamy - Age 24 upon election to rank, Commanding Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1863. He had been recruited the Company at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Capt. McKamy was Sick at private house 10 miles west of Little Rock on August 5, 1862. He was on Sick Furlough to Johnson County, Texas, in October 1862. Capt. McKamy resigned his Commission on Certificate of Disability n October 27, 1862, due to Inflammatory Rheumatism of long standing & having had a severe attack of Typhoid fever. Capt. Jackson L. Leonard - Age 22 upon election to 1Lt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12, he stood 5 10 tall with grey eyes, black hair and a fair complexion. He was detailed to Court Martial on December 13, 1861. He arrived at Galveston on January 14, 1862, arriving at the Rusk House. 1Lt. Leonard was detailed Adjutant of the Regiment on June 22, 1862. On October 27, 1862, 1Lt. Leonard was Promoted to Captancy of Co. E & transferred due to the resignation of Capt. William N. McKamy. Capt. Leonard was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; hearrived at Camp Chase Prison on 27. Capt. Leonard was paroled for exchange on April 10, 1863 to Ft. Delaware, Maryland. He was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 29, 1863. Capt. Leonard was granted Leave on January 31, 1864. He was detailed on extra duty as Acting Assistant Adjutant to General Granbury on April 27, 1864. Brig. Gen. Smith mentions Leonard in his report on the operations Near Atlanta on July 22, 1864. Capt. Leonard filled out the Brigade Inspection Report of August 25, 1864, at East Point, Geo rgia; it is listed in it s entirety in Chapter 28 of this history of the 10 Texas Infantry. Capt. Leonard was granted a 90 Day Leave of Absence at Tupelo, Mississippi, on January 23, 1865. Capt. Robert M. Collins, Co. I, 15 Texas Dismounted Cavalry, in his book, Chapters From the Unwritten History of the War Between the States , 1893, he wrote a eulogy to Capt. Leonard, Captain Leonard was a patriot and a good soldier; he has passed over the river, and into that good country where wars, earthquakes, famines and pestilence never come. Peace to his ashes. We loved him like a brother. 1Lt. Eason R. Allen - Age 22 upon election to post Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas on October 23, 1861. He was a native of Louisiana and a farmer, from Parker County, Texas. 1Lt. Allen was sick, taken to a private house near Chrystal Hill, Arkansas, on August 8, 1862; he returned to duty on September 4, 1862. 1Lt. Allen was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; arriving at Camp Chase Prison, Springfield, Ohio, on January 28. 1Lt. Allen died of disease at Camp Chase Prison on February 11, 1863. 1Lt. William McMurray - Age 34 upon enlistment as 1Sgt. Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. 1Sgt. McMurray was appointed to 2Jr.Lt. on August 26, 1862. 2Jr.Lt. McMurray was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; arriving at Camp Chase Prison, Springfield, Ohio, on January 27. 3Lt. McMurray was paroled for exchange on April 10, 1863 to Ft. Delaware. He was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 29, 1863. 2Jr.Lt. McMurray was paid on May 7, 1863, $650.66 for 8 months, 4 days duty (August 26, 1862 - April 30, 1863). He was admitted to General Hospital No. 4, Richmond, Virginia, then given a 30 Day Leave from there on May 14, 1863. McMurray traveled to his new command in Tennessee, with Capt. Formwalt, Capt. Lauderdale, and 2Jr.Lt. Thomas Stokes. They all visited Mary Gay, Stokes half-sister in Decatur, Georgia. In her book, Life In Dixie During the War , she wrote about that event and described McMurray as the following: Lieutenant McMurray was unlike either of his friends. Apparently cold, apathetic and reserved, he repelled all advances tending to cordial relations, until well acquainted, after which he was metamorphosed into a kind gentleman. 3Lt. McMurray spent his Sick Furlough in Decatur, Georgia since May 31, 1863. He was listed Sick at Catoosa Springs Hospital on the August 1863 rolls. He was listed Sick at hospital at Griffin, Georgia, on the October 1863 rolls. 3Lt. McMurray was promoted to 1Lt. on February 12, 1864. 1Lt. McMurray was In Charge of Baggage for Granbury s Brigade from May 6, 1864. 3Lt. Thomas Stokes, Co. C, 10 Texas, wrote in a letter to his sister, Missouri on May 31, 1864, that Lieutenant McMurray is now in charge of the Texas hospital in Auburn, Alabama. 1Lt. McMurray resigned his Commission on August 22, 1864, for Phthesis Pulmonalis which he has suffered for the past 18 months. According to his discharge certificate, 1Lt. McMurray, stood 6 1 tall with black eyes, dark hair and a sallow complexion. 2Lt. George E. Miller - Age 20 upon election to post with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. 2Lt. Miller was absent On Detached Service to December 31, 1861. He was on Leave from May 26 to June 30, 1862. 2Lt. Miller resigned his Commission on July 23, 1862. 2Lt. Washington H. Nowell - Age 27 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. He stood 6 tall with dark eyes, dark hair and a dark complexion. Pvt. Nowell was promoted to 4Sgt. on December 19, 1861. 4Sgt Nowell was promoted to 2Lt. on November 2, 1862. 2Lt. Nowell captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; arriving at Camp Chase Prison, Springfield, Ohio, on 27. 2Lt Nowell was paroled for exchange on April 10, 1863, to Ft. Delaware; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 29, 1863. 2Lt. Nowell signed the April 1864 roll as Commanding the Company. He was listed as Absent since June 23 by Authority of Medical Board in Granbury s Brigade Inspection Report, dated In the Field Near Atlanta Aug. 25, 1864. 2Lt. Nowell was admitted for Confusio to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Georgia, on April 6, 1865. 2Lt. Nowell was furloughed from Ocmugee Hospital on April 25, 1865 to Lamar County, Georgia. 3Lt. Albert A. Prince - Age 20 upon enlistment as 2Sgt with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861. A native of Newton County, Missouri, his family moved to Tarrant County, Texas, in 1845. 2Sgt. Prince was detailed as Ordnance Sergeant on August 12, 1862; he was relieved from that duty on September 30. 2Sgt. Prince was promoted to 1Sgt. on November 13, 1862. He was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; arriving at Camp Douglas Prison near Chicago, Illinois, on January 29 ; he was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. 1Sgt. Prince was sent to the hospital at Cleveland, Tennessee, on August 5, 1863. He was granted Furlough under Special Order No. 227 on February 13, 1864. 1Sgt. Prince was promoted to 3Lt. on March 15, 1864. As 2Lt., he was captured Near Atlanta on July 22, 1864, and released from Camp Chase Prison on June 6, 1865. According to his parole certificate, 3Lt. Prince was a native of Newton County, Missouri, that prior to enlistment, worked as a Saddler. He stood 6 tall with dark eyes, dark hair and a flaccid complexion. At age 79, Albert A. Prince applied for a Soldier s Pension at Sweetwater, Nolan County, Texas, on April 28, 1920. David R. Myers, formerly of Co. G, 10 Texas Infantry, swore on an affidavit on Prince s behalf from Sweetwater, Nolan County, Texas, on July 25, 1917 (This gathered by Prince 3 years prior to his application, most likely due to the scarcity of surviving veterans available to him.). H. Milton M. Berry, formerly with Co. C, 10 Texas Infantry, testified from Palo Pinto County, Texas, on April 29, 1920, on behalf of Mr. Prince. Albert Prince s application was approved on May 17, 1920. At age 89, Albert A. Prince died of heart blockage on August 6, 1929, in the home of his son, A N. Prince at Sweetwater, Nolan County, Texas. 1Sgt. John F. Cowser - Age 24 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Cowser was promoted to 4Cpl. on March 31, 1862; he was then promoted to 1Cpl. on August 14, then promoted to 3Sgt. on November 10, 1862. 3Sgt Cowser was promoted to 2Sgt. on November 10, 1862. 2Sgt. Cowser was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. 2Sgt. Cowser was paroled from prison, for exchange on April 1, 1863; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. 2Sgt. Cowser was promoted to 1Sgt. on April 1, 1864; he was detailed as Mustering Officer for Macon, Bibb County Georgia on April 25, 1864. 1Sgt. Cowser was admitted with Intermittant Diarrhea to St. Mary s Hospital, Macon, Georgia on July 8, 1864; he was returned to duty on July 30, 1864. He was paid on September 1, 1864 for his duty as Mustering Officer from April 25-June 15, 1864, at $3 per day = $153.00. That was his last available military record. 2Sgt. Abraham L. Denton - Age 21 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on December 3, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas on October 12 . Pvt. Denton was promoted to 2Cpl. on August 14, 1862; he was then promoted to 2Sgt. on November 10, 1862. 2Sgt. Denton was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. He arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29 , and was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. He was admitte d to the hospital at Ringgold, Georgia, on June 1, 1863; he was absent in the hospital through October 1863. 2Sgt Denton was captured Near Atlanta on July 22, 1864, and arrived at Camp Chase Prison, Springfield, Ohio, on July 30. He swore the O ath to The Union, on June 10, 1865. According to his parole certificate, 2Sgt. Denton was a native of Parker County, Texas, that stood 5 11 tall with grey eyes, dark hair and a dark complexion. At age 61, Abraham Lincoln Denton applied for a Soldier s Pension on August 14, 1899, at Palo Pinto, Palo Pinto County, Texas. He was a farmer, unable to to support himself due to having Lumbago an Rhumatic trouble caused by exposure while in the army. As to his worth, Denton wrote I own no real Estat at a ll - I own three old small ponies and the value of the three will not exceed thirty dollar, six head of Hogs, and their value will not exceed Twenty dollars is now no other property except house hold and kitchen furniture and one Plow the value of all wil l not exceed fifty dollars. In filling out a question of the application as to whether he had been a consistant resident of Texas since 1880, Denton wrote I have though just after the Drought in 1886 I went into Indian Ter. to pick cotton and earn a support and worked there nearly two years. His application was disapproved on February 12, 1900. Denton reapplied for a pension on March 27, 1900. On this 2nd application he was a little more detailed in his life; I came to Palo Pinto County Texas in 1 858 and married in said county in 1867 and continued to line in said county with my family until about 1883 I moved to Parker County Texas. My wifes Mother having given her Eighty acres of Land and at my wifes death to go to her children. My wife died in 1 885 leaving Eight living children and two dead, making ten children in all. In 1886 & 1887 we had a Drought in North West Texas including Parker and Palo Pinto Counties and an account of them living no work, caused by the Drought - In the fall of 1886 I t o ok six of my children and went to the Indian Territory to pick cotton for nearly to support my self and younder children and left my house hold and kitchen utensels and all my farming impliments and the children place when I made my home. I continued to w o rk in the Territory until the early part of 1888 when I came back to Parker County Texas and in a few months I moved to Palo Pinto County Texas when I have lived ever since. I never acquired a home while in the Territory and at all times claimed Texas as m y home and was then temporarally to ge work until I could be able to return to my home in Texas and support my children. I had no intention of leaving Texas to live as my home ever since 1858, to the present time. My Post officce address is Palo Pinto Pal o Pinto County Texas. The Eight acres of Land have been in charge and under the control of my older children since a short time after the Death of my wife in 1855. I have nothing to do with it. tab tab tab tab tab tab A. L. his X mark Denton Denton s application was finally approved on September 21, 1900. At age 81, Abraham Denton died of old age on October 26, 1919, in the home of his son-in-law, W. C. Cobb at Mineral Springs, Palo Pinto County, Texas; he was buried the next day in Elmwood Cemetery at Mineral Wells, Texas. 2Sgt. Pleasant F. Lewis - Age 21 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861. Pvt. Lewis was on extra duty Burning Coal at Post Arkansas on December 11, 1862. Pvt. Lewis was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Lewis was promoted to 2Sgt. on April 1, 1864. 2Sgt. Lewis was captured Near Atlanta on July 22, 1864, by the 15 Army Corps. He was forwarded to Nashville, Tennessee on July 29th, and he arrived at Camp Chase Prison on July 30, 1864. 2Sgt. Lewis was released from prison by order of the President on June 11, 1865. According to his parole certificate, 2Sgt. Lewis was a resident of Wyselee, Texas, that stood 5' 10" tall with hazel eyes, dark hair and a dark complexion. Pleasant F. Lewis was commander of the R. Q. Mills Camp, C.V., Aurora, Wise County, Texas, in 1890, from Confederate Veteran Magazine, June 1890, page 285. In Cliff D. Cates 1907 book, Pioneer History of Wise County , he wrote the following: d qc nowidctlpar widctlpar adjustright b i P.F. LEWIS. d qj nowidctlpar widctlpar adjustright b i Pleasant Franklin Lewis, third son of Robert and Sarah Lewis, is a native of Marion County, Illinois, and according to his statement, hit Wise County on a jennette, August 17, 1855. This very early arrival makes Mr. Lewis one of the oldest of Wise County citi zens. He came to Wise County with Dr. James Marshall, who began his education, but home duties prevented satisfactory progress. At the beginning of the war Mr. Lewis joined Co. E, 10 b i b i Texas Infantry, and served throughout the long civil strife. January 11, 1863, he was captured, in association with others, and confined for two months at Camp Douglas, Illinois, and then exchanged and sent to the Southeastern States. Subsequently he was twice wounded at Chickamauga where latterly he was elected Second S e rgeant of the Company. Mr. Lewis was again wounded at New Hope, but came out in command of the Company in that fight. He was captured again near Atlanta in July, where one of his captors told him the he fought well but on the wrong side. He was impriso n ed at Camp Chase, Ohio, and released from there, June 11, 1865, and reached home on Hog Branch, Wise County, July 9. Mr. Lewis was married to Miss Hannah e. Kidd, of Dallas County, in July 1866. He recalls the following persons to have been living in So uth Wise County when he came: Mr. Moss; J. J. Hudson; Rev. Moffett; L. D. Burnett; G. W. Knight, Sr.; Ben and Bill McLennan; John Sellars; Mr. Coacoe; James Mann; Ben Arp; Doc. Brooks; Jack Hart; Mr. Lawley; Anderson Smith. Mr. Lewis at present lives in the neighborhood of New Ark, is a frequent contributor to the press, is loyal to the old Confederates and the old settlers, and a strong advocate of good county roads. Moreover he was among the first to suggest the need of a pioneer history of Wise Co unty. 3Sgt. Joseph Julian - Age 33 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. 3Sgt. Julian was reduced to ranks on August 14, 1862. Pvt. Julian was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. Pvt. Julian died of disease confinement at Alton, Illinois, on January 27, 1863. 3Sgt. Adam C. Clingman - Age 39 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Clingman was promoted to 1Cpl. on December 19, 1862; he was then promoted to 3Sgt. on August 14, 1862, upon the reduction of rank to 3Sgt. Joseph Julian. 3Sgt. Clingman was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. He arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, and was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. 3Sgt. Clingman was captured Near Atlanta by the 15 Army Corps on July 22, 1864; he was forwarded on July 24th to Camp Douglas Prison, arriving there on August 1, 1864. 3Sgt. Clingman was discharged from prison on June 17, 1865; according to his parole cerificate, he was resident of Parker County, Texas, that stood 6 tall with black eyes, black hair and a dark complexion. At age 77, Adam C. Clingman testified on August 22, 1899, on behalf of the pension application of his former comrade-in-arms, Abraham Denton. Clingman s residence at this time was Azel, Tarrant County, Texas. He attested to the truth of his statement, by making his X mark. 4Sgt. David S. Wright - Age 21 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. 4Sgt. Wright was Reduced to Ranks by Court Martial on December 19, 1861. Pvt. Wright was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. Pvt. Wright arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Wright signed the Oath to the Union on March 19, 1863, henceforth considered a Deserter. According to his parole certificate, Pvt. Wright stood 5 7 tall with blue eyes and black hair. 5Sgt. James A. Hargess - Age 21 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. 5Sgt. Hargess was returned to the ranks on May 31, 1862. Pvt. Hargess was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Hargess was paroled from prison, for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was ex changed at City Point, Virginia on April 7. Pvt. Hargess was admitted to the hospital at Camp Lee, Richmond, Virginia, on May 1, 1863. Pvt. Hargess was wounded in the face and hand at Chickamauga, Georgia, on September 20, 1863; he was sent to Gilmer Hospital, Marietta, Georgia for his wounds. Pvt. Hargess was detailed as Nurse in said hospital on March 22, 1864, by order of General Johnston. He was given Extra Duty pay as Nurse due from March 22 to April 30, 1864 39 days $9.75. His last av ailable record had him receiving clothing on November 19, 1864, making his X mark. 5Sgt. Joel Crain - Age 43 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Crain was promoted to 5Sgt. on May 21, 1862. 5Sgt. Crain submitted at Special Requisition for clothing on the August 25, 1862; that list consisted of: 11 Coats, 10pr Pants, 12pr Drawers, 3pr Socks & 3pr Shoes . i tab 5Sgt. Crain died of disease at Camp Nelson, near Austin, Arkansas, on November 3, 1862. 5Sgt. Thomas A. Morris - Age 21 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Morris was detailed as Nurse in a hospital on August 3, 1862; he was returned to duty on August 14 and promoted to 3Cpl. on the same day. 3Cpl. Morris was promoted to 5Sgt. on November 10, 1862, due to the death of 5Sgt. Crain. 5Sgt. Morris was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, and was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 . 5Sgt. Morris was captured Near Atlanta on July 22, 1864, by the 15 Army Corps. He arrived at Camp Chase Prison on July 30, 1864. He was released on June 6, 1865 by order of the President. Morris married at Dallas County Texas on December 24, 1867. According to his parole certificate, 5Sgt. Morris was a resident of Parker County, Texas, that stood 5 9 tall with blue eyes, dark hair and a dark complexion. Thomas Asbury Morris died in his home at 4425 Sycamore St., Dallas, Da llas County, Texas, on December 6, 1911. At age 65, his widow, a native of Iowa, applied for a pension in said city on December 2, 1912. Her pension was approved on May 1, 1913. 1Cpl. Samuel Matlock - Age 37 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. 1Cpl. Matlock was Reduced to Ranks for Incompetency on December 19, 1861. He was absent at Brownsville from June 16 to 31. Pvt. Matlock was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29 ; Pvt. Matlock died there of disease in Camp Douglas Prison on February 7, 1863; according to his final statement, he had been, prior to enlistment, a farmer, that stood 5 5 tall with blue eyes, sandy hair and a fair complexion.

1Cpl. Thomas J. Norrell - Age 22 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Norrell was promoted to 4Cpl. on August 14, 1862. 4Cpl. Norrell was promoted to 1Cpl. on November 10, 1862. 1Cpl. Norrell was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. 1Cpl. Norrell arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. 1Cpl. Norrell was paroled from prison, for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. 1Cpl. Norrell was slightly wounded in the left shoulder at Chickamauga, Georgia, on September 20, 1863. He was detailed on Extra Duty as Actg Sergt by order of Col. Mills on April 25 1864. 2Cpl. Norrell was wounded for a second time, this time severely, Near Atlanta on July 22, 1864. He appeared on a register of the Invalid Corps, P. A. C. S. stationed at Marshall, Texas. 1Cpl. Norrell was retired on November 10, 1864 . Remarks: T. D or Totally Disabled. At age 66, Norrell testified on behalf of the Soldier s Pension of Presely E. Smith, formerly of Co. D, 10 Texas. Norrell s residence was Cottonwood, Callahan County, Texas, on November 27, 1906, which was the date of his testimony. 2Cpl. Elijah Tucker - Age 21 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. 2Cpl. Tucker was Released from ranks for Incompetency on December 14, 1861. Pvt. Tucker was Discharged for Disability on account of Chronic Rheumatism at Camp Nelson, Arkansas, on November 15, 1862. According to his discharge certificate, 2Cpl. Tucker was a native of Stones County, North Carolina; prior to enlistment, he was a farmer that stood 5 5 tall with grey eyes, light hair and fair complexion. 2Cpl. William R. Smith - Age 27 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, as Pvt. at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Smith was promoted to 2Cpl. on December 19, 1861. 2Cpl. Smith died of disease at Camp Texas, Arkansas, on August 10, 1862. 2Cpl. Thomas Guerrin - Enlisted as Pvt. with Co. E, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Guerrin was promoted to 2Cpl. on November 10, 1862. 2Cpl. Guerrin was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. He arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, and was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. His last available record listed him present on April 31, 1864. 2Cpl. Jesse R. Clifton - Enlisted as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1863. Pvt. Clifton was promoted to 3Cpl. on October 10, 1862, then promoted to 2Cpl. on November 18, 1862. 2Cpl. Clifton was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; arriving at Camp Douglas Prison, near Chicago, Illinois, on January 29. He was paroled from prison, for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 . According to the September 17, 1864 issue of the Daily Intelligencer (published in Macon, Georgia), 2Cpl. Clifton was severely wounded in the head at Jonesboro, Georgia, on September 1, 1864. Clifton surrendered as 3Cpl. with Co. E, Granbury s Consolidated Texas Brigade, near Greensboro, North Carolina, on April 28, 1865. 3Cpl. Arthur F. Patterson - Age 19 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. He was Reduced to Rank by sentence of Court Martial on December 19, 1861. Pvt. Patterson was discharged in Arkansas, on May 27, 1862. 3Cpl. Pleasant G. Barker - age 27 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Barker was promoted to 3Cpl. in December 19, 1861. He died of disease at Little Rock, Arkansas, on July 23, 1862. 4Cpl. Nimrod M. Clark - Age 21 upon enlistment as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Clark was detailed to work on the barracks at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, in December for 20 days at 20 cts a day. Pvt. Clark was promoted to 4Cpl. on December 19, 1862. 4Cpl. Clark was relieved of rank and detailed as Wagoner on May 18, 1862. Pvt. Clark died of disease at Camp Texas, Arkansas, on August 9, 1862. 4Cpl. Thomas Houston - Age 27 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. 4Cpl. Houston was reduced to ranks by Court Martial in December 1861. Pvt. Houston was granted a Furlough on February 6, 1862. Pvt. Houston was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Houston was paroled from prison, for exchange on April 1, 1863; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 . Pvt. Houston was sent to St. Mary s Hospital, Dalton, Georgia, on August 8, 1863. Pvt. Houston Deserted on January 22, 1864. 4Cpl. William T. Reynolds - Enlisted as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Walnut Hill, Arkansas, on May 19, 1862. Pvt. Reynolds was promoted to 4Cpl. on November 10, 1862. 4Cpl. Reynold was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. 4Cpl. Reynolds was paroled from prison, for exchange on April 1, 1863; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. 4Cpl Reynolds was Furloughed for 60 Days to go back to Texas on March 10, 1864, by order of Ge n. Joseph E. Johnston. 4Cpl. Reynolds surrendered with Co. E, Granbury s Consolidated Texas Brigade, near Greensboro, North Carolina, on April 28, 1865. Pvt. D. Harrison Allen - Age 21 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Allen was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Allen was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 ; he was admitted sick to the General Hospital at Petersburg, Virginia, on April 29, 1863. Pvt. Allen was severely wounded in the neck at Pickett s Mill, Georgia, on May 27, 1863; he was issued 1 shirt & 1pair of drawers in a hospital at Selma, Alabama, on June 20, 1864; he signed said receipt with an X mark. That was the last available military record on him. Pvt. Reuben Allen - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1861. Pvt. Allen died of disease at Camp Texas, Arkansas, on August 7, 1862. Pvt. Anderson Allen - He was listed as Captured, at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. That was all the available military information on him. Pvt. Enoch W. Barker - Age 18 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Barker was discharged for disability at Camp Yell, Arkansas, on May 25, 1862. Pvt. Jesse G. Barker - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Barker was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he sent to Hickory Street U.S.A. Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Pvt. Barker signed the Oath of Allegiance to the Union at said hospital. Pvt. Jesse Green Barker died in prison at St. Louis, Missouri, on June 22, 1863. Pvt. James B. Binion - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Binion died of disease at Camp Texas, Arkansas, on August 4, 1862.

Pvt. Anderson Brown - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Brown was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, 1863. He signed the Oath to the Union on March 11, 1863. Pvt. Brown was captured without his papers at Victoria, Texas, on August 6, 1863. He was sent to Myrtle Stre et Prison, St. Louis, Missouri on August 8, 1863; he arrived at Camp Morton, Indiana, on August 22. Pvt. Brown s application for allegiance stated , Desires to take Oath and remain within our lines a loyal man Doubtful. He was released upon signing the Oath to the Union on May 18, 1863. According to his parole certificate, Pvt. Brown was a resident of Wise County, Texas, and an illiterate, who stood 5 11 tall with dark eyes, dark hair and a dark complexion. Pvt. James S. Brown - Age 23 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. He had married Rebecca M. Hay at Wood County, Texas, back in 1859, and lived Winnsboro, in said county. Pvt. Brown was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; then arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, 1863. He signed the Oath to the Union on March 11, 1863. Pvt. Brown was captured without his papers at Victoria, Te xas, on August 6, 1863. He was sent to Myrtle Street Prison, St. Louis, Missouri, on August 8, 1863; he arrived at Camp Morton, Indiana on August 22. Pvt. Brown was released from prison, upon signing the Oath to the Union on May 18, 1863. According to his parole certificate, Pvt. Brown stood 5 10 tall with brown eyes and black hair; he was a resident if Grimes County, Texas. At age 33, James Silvester Brown died on December 23, 1873, at Raines County, Texas. At age 68, Mrs. Rebecca M. Brown applied for a Widow s Pension on March 22, 1910 at Franklin County, Texas; A native of Russell County, Alabama, she then resided for the next 20 years in Winnsboro, Wood County, Texas. Her pension was approved on August 13, 1910. At age 83, Mrs. Brown died of Cerebral Hemorhage at 2:30 p. m., March 7, 1924, at Winnsboro, Franklin County, Texas; she was buried at Harmony Cemetery of said town. Pvt. Simeon W. Brown - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, Texas on January 12, 1862; he had been recruited at Wise County, Texas, on January 1, 1862.

Pvt. Brown was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; and arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Brown signed the Oath to the Union on March 11, 1863. Pvt. Brown was captured without his papers at Victoria, Texas, on August 6, 1863. He was sent to Myrtle Street Prison, St. Louis, Missouri on August 8, 1863; he arrived at Camp Morton, Indiana, on August 22. Pvt. Brown enlisted in the U.S. Service on March 24, 1865. Pvt. David E. Burrow - Age 25 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on the same day. Pvt. Burrows was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, Pvt. Burrow was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pv t. Burrow was captured in a hospital at Franklin, Tennessee, on December 17, 1864; he arrived at Camp Chase Prison on January 25, 1865. Pvt. Burrow swore the Oath to the Union on June 13, 1865. According to his parole certificate, Pvt. Burrows was a res ident of Parker County, Texas, that stood 5 9 tall with blue eyes, dark hair and a fair complexion. Pvt. James W. Burrow - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1863. Pvt. Burrow was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Burrow was paroled from prison, for exchange on April 1, 1863; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 . Pvt. Burrow was severely wounded in his right arm at Chickamauga, Georgia, on September 20, 1863. He was issued clothing in hospital on October 23, 1863; he signed the roll with an X mark. Pvt. Burrow died in a Georgia Hospital on November 15, 1863. Pvt. Levi C. Burrow - Age 21 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, as Drummer at Houston, Texas on October 23, 1861; he was recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Burrow died at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on March 15, 1862, as the result of an artillery accident. Pvt. William H. Burrow - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Burrow was discharged for disability on June 10, 1862. Pvt. Epaminondas W. Clifton - Age 17 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he was recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Clifton was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; arriving at Camp Douglas Prison near Chicago, Illinois, on January 29, 1863. Pvt. Clifton died of Nostalgia in Camp Douglas Prison on March 22, 1863. Pvt. James M. Clifton - Age 17 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Clifton escaped capture at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863, because he was absent the day before. His last available military record listed him Absent In Trans Miss Dept since Jan. 10. At age 62, James M. Clifton applied for a Soldier s Pension on March 29, 1905, at Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. He is unable to support himself due to being crippl ed from a railway wreck. His pension was approved on September 15, 1905. Pvt. Eli P. Clingman - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Nelson, Arkansas, on October 12, 1862. Pvt. Clingman was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Clingman was paroled from prison for exchange, on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 . Pvt. Clingman was admitted to the hospital at Dalton, Georgia, on July 13, 1863; he died of disease, in said hospital, on September 23, 1863. Pvt. Edmund Coats - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Coats died of disease at Camp Texas, Arkansas, on August 7, 1862. Pvt. William T. Bill Coats - Age 26 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Coats was Court Martialed on February 10, 1862, for Sleeping On Guard Duty - Found Not Guilty. He was detailed as Wagoner on August 1, 1862. Pvt. Coats escaped capture at Arkansas Post on January 11, 1863, due to having been at Austin, Arkansas, since January 10. His last military record listed him Absent In Trans Miss Dept. According to Coats himself, written in his pension application on 1920, he stated that he was transferred to 17 Reg Shevesport, La under Polnack, Col. At age 84, William Thomas Coats applied for a Soldier s Pension on June 4, 1920, at Wellington, Collingsworth County, Texas; he had been living in said town for the past 5 years. Coats was a farmer usable to w ork due to bad health, and without a home. His application was approved on June 22, 1920. William T. Coats died on August 16, 1922, in the home of his son, J. G. Coats, Chillicothe, Hardeman County, Texas; Coats had suffering from Senility; his body was shipped for burial to Sunset, Montague County, Texas. Pvt. Clark T. Cockburn - Age 19 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861; he had been recruited at Veal Station, Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Cockburn was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. He arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29th, and was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt Cockburn was severely wounded in the back at Pickett s Mill, Georgia, on May 27, 1864. He was issued clothing at the General Hospital, Greenville, Alabama, on June 20, 1864. That was his last available miltary record. Cockburn married his wife, Nancy O., on April 11, 1866, at Parker County, Texas. At age 79, Clark Terrel Cockburn died at Cado, Oklahoma, in the home of one of his sons, while visiting one of his sons; he had been sick for 7 years and getting worse, so the family to ok him on a farewell visit. Mrs. Nancy O. Cockburn, at age 67, applied for a Widow s Pension on May 22, 1914, at Parker County, Texas. D. A. Miller, brother of George E. Miller, former 2Lt. of Co. E, 10 Texas, testified on behalf of Mrs. Cockburn on May 22, 1914. Miller wrote, I knew C. T. Cockburn in 1861, and before that time, and know that while I was too young to enlist, that he enlisted in 1861, at Veal Station, Parker County, Texas, in Capt. McKamy s Co. of 10 Texas Infantry, I had a brother wh o was a Lieut. in same Co. in the Confederate service, and I was there when he came home after the war closed, so I am sure he served. I know too that I have seen the scar where he was said to have been shot, and had to crawl off of the battle field. Cockburn s comrade-in-arms, James S. Richie, living in Johnson County, Oklahoma, testified on June 19, 1914, on behalf of Mrs. Cockburn s application, Richie stated, In my opinion the South did not have a better soldier nor a more loyal patriot than C. T. Cockburn. He was once captured at Arkansas Post in 1863 and staid in prison 3 months or more and upon his release he went back into the army of Tennessee. He served throughout the war being wounded twice and was at the close of the war honorably disc harged. Mrs. Cockburn s application was approved on September 1, 1914. At age 73, Mrs. Nancy O. Cockburn died on December 29, 1920, in the home of her son, H. G. Cockburn, at Duncan, Stephens County, Oklahoma; she had been suffering from Diabetes and Bronchial Pneumonia. Mrs. Cockburn was buried in Anadorito Cemetery, Cado, Oklahoma. Pvt. Jacob C. Colly - Age 22 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Colly was detailed as Wagoner on April 18, 1862. Pvt. Colly escaped capture at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863, by being absent. His last record listed him Absent In Trans Miss Dept since Jan. 10. Pvt. William G. Cook - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Cook was sent to General Hospital, Little Rock, Arkansas, on July 10, 1862. Pvt. Cook was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, and was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. That was the last available record available on him. Pvt. John Copelan - Age 18 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Copelan was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. He arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, and was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia on April 7 . Pvt. Copelan died of Moribund in the North Carolina Hospital, P etersburg, Virginia, on April 10, 1863. According to his final statement, Pvt. Copelan had been a native of Arkansas; prior to enlistment, he was a farmer, that stood 5 10 tall with blue eyes, light hair and a fair complexion. Pvt. Samuel Copelan - Age 18 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 2, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Copelan was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Copelan was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 . Pvt. Copelan was sent with Debilitas to St. Mary s Hospital, Dalton, Georgia, on September 6, 1863; he was sent to Fair Ground Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, on December 31, 1863. Pvt. Copelan was issued 1 Blanket at said hospital on January 9, 1864. That was his last available military record. Pvt. Noble Cruse - Age 20 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas on October 12.

Pvt. Cruse was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Cruse took the Oath to the Union at Camp Douglas on March 9, 1863, and was henceforth considered a Deserter. According to his parole certificate, Pvt. Cruse stood 5 5 tall with brown eyes, black hair and a dark complexion. Pvt. Andrew J. Culwell - Age 23 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Culwell was admitted to the General Hospital, Little Rock, Arkansas, on August 14, 1862. He was listed , Absent Sick at Connay Co. Ark. on the October 1862 Muster Rolls. Pvt. Culwell was granted Sick Furlough to Texas on September 14, 1862; he never returned. He was henceforth considered a Deserter. Pvt. Thomas M. Culwell - Age 18 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 12, 1861; Culwell was born in Washington County, Arkansas, on December 17, 1843; his family moved from Arkansas, to Collins County, Texas, in the late 1840 s. He had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Culwell was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Culwell was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Culwell was admitted with Debilitas to the hospital at Tunnel Hill, Georgia, on July 2, 1863; then sent to Quinard Hospital, Rome, Georgia, on August 26. Pvt. Culwell was severely wounded in the shoulder at Chickamauga, Georgia, on September 20, 1863; then sent to a Georgia hospital; he was issued clothing at unsaid hospital on October 7 and November 2, 1863. Pvt. Culwell was wounded for the second time, severely in the arm at Pickett s Mill, Georgia, on May 27, 1864. According to the September 17, 1864 issue of the Daily Intelligencer (published in Macon, Georgia),he was wounded for the fourth time, severely in the arm at Jonesboro, Georgia, on September 1, 1864. Pvt. Culwell was killed in action at Franklin, Tennessee, on November 30, 1864. Pvt. Culwell was buried in McGavock Confederate Cemetery, Franklin, Tennessee; his grave location is unknown. Pvt. James J. Dixon - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Dixon was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. He arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29 ; and was paroled from there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Dixon was slightly wounded in the face at Pickett s Mill, Georgia, on May 27, 1864. According to the September 17, 1864 issue of the Daily Intelligencer (published in Macon, Georgia), Pvt. Dixon was severely wounded in the arm at Jonesboro, Georgia, on September 1, 1864. Th at was the last available military record on him. At age 60, James Dixon testified on behalf of the pension application of his comrade-in-arms, Abraham Denton; this was done on April 2, 1990 at his locale of Veal s Station, Parker County, Texas. He swore to the truth of his testimony by making his X mark. Pvt. William B. Dixon - Age 19 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point on December 2, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Dixon was captured at Arkansas Post on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Dixon died of Consumption in Camp Douglas Prison on April 21, 1863; he had been too ill to be paroled with the command, when they left on April 1. Pvt. George W. Dockery - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Texas on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Do ckery died of disease at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on August 12, 1862. Pvt. George D. Driver - Age 20 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861. Pvt. Driver was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt Driver was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Driver was admitted to St. Mary s Hospital, Dalton, Georgia, on August 27, 1863; he was issued clothing on September 23, 1863. Pvt. Driver was severely wounded in the thigh at Pickett s Mill, Georgia, on May 27, 1864. According to the September 17, 1864 issue of the Daily Intelligencer (published in Macon, Georgia), Pvt. Driver was severely wounded a second time, in the back at Jonesboro, Georgia, on September 1, 1864. Pvt. Driver was admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital at Macon, Georgia, on April 30, 1865. That was the la st available military record on him. Pvt. Thomas E. Earp - Age 20 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Earp died at Virginia Point on December 30, 1861. Pvt. Joseph Ellis - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Ellis was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia on April 7. Pvt. Ellis died of Moriband at North Carolina Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia, on April 9, 1863; his effects were $ 6 .00. According to his final statemen, Pvt. Joseph Ellis had been a farmer prior to enlistment. Pvt. Fred W. Enders - Captured Near Chattahoochee at Smyrna, Georgia on July 4, 1864. He was sent to Camp Morton, Indiana, on July 13, 1864. Pvt. Enders was transferred for exchange to City Point, Virginia, on February 26, 1865. That was the only military information available on him. Pvt. Ezekiel Ensey - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Parker County, Texas, on March 25, 1862. Deserted May 1, 1862 having failed to report at the time appointed. That was all the military information available on him. Pvt. Rodom A Ensey - Age 20 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861. Pvt. Ensey was detailed as Hospital Nurse on August 29, 1862; he was returned to duty on September 28. Pvt. Ensey was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29 ; and was paroled th ere for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. According to his parole certificate, he was a resident of Parker County, Texas, that stood 5 10 tall with blue eyes, light hair and a fair complexion. Pvt. Ensey was admitted to 2 North Carolina Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia, on April 20, 1863; he received clothing there on May 8. Pvt. Ensey was slightly wounded in the side at Chickamauga, Georgia, on September 20, 1863. His last available record listed him present for the Muster Rolls for April 1864. Pvt. William H. Ensey - Age 22 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County,Texas, on October 23, 1863; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Ensey was captured at Arkansas Post on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Ensey was slightly wounded in the left thigh at Chickamauga, Georgia on September 20, 1863; he was returned to duty a short time afterward. He was wounded slightly in the head at Tunnel Hill, Tennessee, on November 25, 1863. Pvt. Ensey was captured Near Atlanta on July 22, 1864; he arrived at Camp Chase Prison, Springfield, Ohio, on July 30 . Pvt. Ensey was released by order of the President on June 6, 1865. According to his parole certificate, Pvt. Ensey was a resident of Parker County, Texas, that stood 5 7 tall with blue eyes, light hair and a fair complexion. Pvt. William H. Farrer - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Farrer died at Little Rock, Arkansas, on August 15, 1862. Pvt. George W. Fletcher - Age 17 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County,Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Fletcher was discharged at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April, 2, 1862. Pvt. William Fletcher - Age 24 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on March 12, 1862. He was absent sick at Austin, Arkansas in October 1862. Pvt. Fletcher was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia on April 7 . Pvt. Fletcher surrendered with Co. E, Granbury s Consolidated Texas Brigade, near Greensboro, North Carolina, on April 28, 1865. William Fletcher married his wife, Mary F., on August 10, 1865. At age 62, Fletcher applied for a Soldier s Pension on July 31, 1899, at Somervell, Somervell County, Te xas; he had been a resident of said county for the past 9 months. According to a physical examination given on September 21, 1899, Dr. Scott Milam of Somervell, stated that Fletcher was unable support himself due to Organic Disease of the Heart contracted near Atlanta while charging the Federal Army. Judging from Statements made by him to me which statement I believe to be Greatly true. Berlin M. Thompson, age 61 and John A. Willingham, age 61, both former members of Co. C, 10 Texas, testified on behalf of Fletcher s application on September 20, 1899; both Thompson and Fletcher were living in Cleburne, Johnson County Texas, at that time. Fletcher s application was approved on March 14, 1900. At age 76, William Fletcher died of heart disease on December 13, 1913, at Johnson County, Texas. At age 65, Mary F. Fletcher applied for a Widow s Pension on January 12, 1914, at her home of Johnson County, Texas, where she and her husband had moved 4 years earlier. Mrs. Fletcher s application was approv ed on May 4, 1909. She married Ned Lindsey in 1915, thus ending her pension, but, Fletcher died in 1919. At age 81, Mrs. Lindsey reapplied for her Widow s Pension on August 24, 1927; after going through beauracratic exchanges, her pension was reinsta ted on August 29, 1927. Having suffered with senility, Mrs. Lindsey died on May 25, 1927, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. B. Hines, Rt. #1, Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas. Pvt. William N. Fletcher - Age 35 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10th Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas on October 12. Pvt. Fletcher was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Fletcher was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Fletcher died of Chronic Diarrhea at South Carolina Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia on May 9, 1863. Pvt. Francis Followell - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Virginia, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Followell was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Followell was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Flollowell was severely wounded in the right shoulder at Chickamauga, Georgia, on September 20, 1863. He remained in the hospital at Atlanta, Georgia, until at least April 31, 1864. Pvt. Followell was retired from the Invalid Corps P. A. C. S. on November 12, 1864. That was the last available military record on him. Pvt. Andrew J. Gore - Age 20 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Gore was left sick at Austin, Arkansas, on November 23, 1862. His last available military record listed him Absent In Trans Miss Dept. At age 59, Andrew J. Gore testified on behalf of the pension application of his brother, John T. Gore, on December 13, 1902. A. J. Gore was living at Boonville, Wise County, Texas, at the time of his testimony; as to which, he stated, i I have known him all my life I first remember him in the year 1848. Andrew J. Gore married his wife, Madorah, at Wise County, Texas, on December 1, 1907. He died in Wise County, Texas, on December 1, 1916. Mrs. Gore appliced for a Widow s Pensio n, and was approved on September 1, 1919. Mrs. Madorah Gore died on January 27, 1935, in the home of her step-daughter Miss Raddie St. Claire at Paradise, Wise County, Texas. Pvt. John T. Gore - Age 21 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Veals Station, Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Gore was sent to the hospital at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on August 14, 1862. He was left sick at Austin, Arkansas, on November 23, 1862. His last available military record lists him Absent Left Trans Miss Dept. Austin, Ark from January 10, has not been heard of since. At age 62, John T. Gore applied with his X mark, for a Soldier s Pension on November 29, 1902, at Kasoga, Knox County, Texas. He was unable to make a living farming due to Rheumatism and loss of sight. His property worth was one pair of mules val. $175.00, No Land and no other personal property except little house hold and kitchen furniture. Gore s application was disapproved on February 20, 1903. Pvt. Henry Hale - Age 26 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Hale was detailed on extra duty to work for 6 days on the barracks at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 1861. He was detailed as Wagoner on April 18, 1862. Pvt. Hake was left sick at Austin, Arkansas on November 23, 1862. His last available military record listed him Absent in Trans Miss Dept. Pvt. John M. Hanna - Age 21 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he was a farmer, recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Dixon was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29 ; he died of Chronic Diarrhea in Camp Douglas Prison on March 12, 1863. Pvt. George W. Hawkins - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Henderson County, Texas, on May 3, 1862; he had been recruited at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Bra zos County, Texas, on April 8, 1862. Pvt. Hawkins was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Hawkins died of Chronic Diarrhea in Camp Douglas Prison on February 1, 1863. Pvt. Francis M. Hefner - Age 32 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861; he had been recruited at Veals Station, Parker Co. on October 12. Pvt. Hefner died of disease at Ft. Hebert on February 6, 1862; he left a widow, Catherine and two children. Pvt. Alexander G. Higgins - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Higgins was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. He arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt Higgins was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Higgins was admitted sick to the C.S.A. Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia, on April 15, 1863; he was issued Accoutrements and Clothing for duty at said hospital on July 21, 1863. Pvt. Higgins was sent sick to a hospital in Georgia, on October 28, 1863; he died of disease at that unknown hospital on November 1, 1863. Pvt. Fountain P. Higgins - Age 16 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galvesto n, Texas, on December 8, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Higgins died of Brain Fever at Camp Nelson, Austin, Arkansas, on September 4, 1862. Pvt. John M. Hill - Age 22 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12 . Pvt. Hill was detailed as Wagoner on April 18, 1862. Pvt. Hill was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Hill was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. He was detailed on extra duty as Teamster by order of Gen. Churchill on August 1, 1863; he returned to duty on April 18, 1864. Pvt. Hill surrendered with Co. E, Granbury s Consolidated Texas Brigade, near Greensboro, North Carolina, on April 28, 1865. Pvt. James Hoggard - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Hende rson County, Texas, on May 3, 1862; he was a farmer, recruited at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 8, 1862. Pvt. Hawkins was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, and died there of Nostalgia on March 2, 1863. Pvt. William C. Hoggard - Age 23 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 25, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Hoggard was discharged for disability at Camp Texas, Arkansas on August 5, 1862. According to his discharge certificate, Pvt. Hoggard was a native of Missouri; prior to enlistment, he was a Farmer who stood 5 5 tall with blue eyes, light hair and a dark complexion. Pvt. George S. Hughes - Age 26 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas on October 12. Pvt. Hughes was On Detached service as waiter on Capt. McKamy on August 14, 1862. His last available information lists that he Remained in Trans Miss Dept. Pvt. James P. Inlich - Was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. That is the only information available on him. Pvt. Martin H. Johnson - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 12, 1862. Pvt. Johnson died of disease at Little Rock, Arkansas, on August 12, 1862. Pvt. Charles P. Jones - Age 16 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. According the 1860 Texas Census, C. Jones, age 15 was working as a Laborer, living in the household of H. & S. J ones, at Weatherford, Parker County, Texas. There were 11 inhabitants within the household, and all were natives of Tennessee, except the mother (S. Jones) who was born in South Carolina. Corroborating the previous information, Charles Jones 1922 Pension Application stated, he had been a farmer, prior to enlistment, he was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and parents moved to Texas in 1852. Pvt. Jones was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, then exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 . Pvt. Jones was issued clothing on July 25 & September 25 1864. Pvt. Jones surrendered with Co. E, Granbury s Consolidated Texas Brigade, near Greensboro, North Carolina, on April 28, 1865. At age 76, Jones applied for a Soldier s Pension at Bridgeport, Wise County, Texas, on September 7, 1922;. his application was approved on the same day. At age 78, Charles P. Jones died of heart disease on December 22, 1924, in the home of his son-in-law, W. A. Teague, at Bridgeport, Wise County, Texas. Pvt. J. L. Kra - Absent - Watch on R. R. Bridge. That is the only military information available on him. Pvt. Francis M. Lewis Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, was slightly wounded in the wrist and breast at Chickamauga, Georgia, on September 20, 1863. That is the only available military information on him.

Pvt. Francis P. Lewis - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Bra zos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Lewis was sent to a hospital at Little Rock, Arkansas, on August 14, 1862. Pvt. Francis P. Lewis died of disease at Austin, Arkansas, on November 19, 1862. His effects were : One Coat, One Hat, Two Shirts, One pr Drawers, One pr Pants. The inventory of his effects was done by Capt. Jackson L. Leonard, in the presence of Capt. William N. McKamy. Pvt. George W. Lewis - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Mi llican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Lewis was sent sick to a hospital at Little Rock, Arkansas, on August 14, 1862. Pvt. George W. Lewis died of disease in a hospital at Little Rock, Arkansas, on September 3, 1862. His effects were: One pr Pants, Two Shirts, One Hat, One pr Shoes. The inventory was made by 2Lt. __________, Commanding the Company, in the presence of Lt. Ashby. Pvt. Conrad Lex - Age 37 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, T exas, on December 8, 1861. A resident of Erath County, Texas, he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12, 1861. Pvt. Lex was On Extra Duty as Cook in Officer s Mess in February 1862.

Pvt. Lex was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Lex was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863; then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Lex was captured Near Atlanta on July 22, 1864, by members of the 15 Army Corps. He was forwarded to Nashville, Tennessee on July 29, and he arrived at Camp Chase Prison, Springfield, Ohio, on July 30, 1864. Pvt. Lex was released from prison by order of the President on June 11, 1865. Conrad Lex married his wife, Cordelia Caroline, at Parker County, Texas, on July 15, 1867; she was born in Coffee County, Texas. The following article was published in Confederate Veteran , June 1890, Volume VIII, page 285: P. F. Lewis, Commander of R. Q. Mills, Camp, Aurora, Ed: Wise County Tex., reports the death of Comrade Lex, at his home near Springtown, Tex, at the age of seventy nine Ed: on February 2, 1899 . Comrade Lex was a member of Mill s Tenth Texas Infantry. He was shorter of stature than any man in the regiment, but just as tall a fighter. He proved his valor in several hard battles. I never saw him on double duty for violating camp discipline nor heard him scolded for cooking a bad meal for our captain, J. L. Leonard, during his long service. At age 86, Mrs. Cordelia Coroline Lex applied for a Widow s Pension, with her X mark, at Springtown, Parker County, Texas, on November 23, 1923; her pension was approved on March 27, 1924.

Mrs. Lex died of Appoplexia on July 22, 1925, in the home of her son-in-law, S. E. Bradshaw, near Springtown, Parker County, Texas. Pvt. George W. Long - Age 23 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County,Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Long was admitted sick to a hospital at Little Rock, Arkansas, on August 23, 1862. He was left sick at Austin, Arkansas, on November 23, 1862, when the Command went to Arkansas Post. Pvt. Long was discharged for disability at Camp Nelson, Austin, Arkansas, on January 27, 1863, due to Consumption that was brought on by an attack of Typhoid Fever. According to his discharge certificate, Pvt. Long was a native of Tennessee, that had been a farmer prior to enlistment, that stood 5 6 tall with blue eyes, fair hair and a light complexion. Pvt. Robert G. Long - Age 21 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker Co unty, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Long was left sick at Austin, Arkansas, on November 23, 1862, when the Command went to Arkansas Post. His last available military record listed him Absent In Trans Miss Dept since January 10. At age 64, Robert G. Long, testified on behalf of the pension application of his comrade-in-arms, William S. Newsom, on April 12, 1905; Long was a resident of Azle, Tarrant County, Texas. Pvt. John H. Lovel - Age 20 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on November 9, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Lovel was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Lov el was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Lovel was sent to a hospital in Georgia, in December 1863; he was issued clothing in that hospital on January 7 & March 5, 1864. Pvt. Lovel surrendered with Co. E, Granbury s Consolidated Texas Brigade, near Greensboro, North Carolina, on April 28, 1865. Pvt. William F. Lovel - Enlisted at with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Lovel was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Lovel was paroled there from prison for exchange on A pril 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Lovel was admitted with Acute Diarrhea to the General Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia, on April 7, 1863. He was transferred with Dysentary to the General Hospital, Farmville, Virginia, on April 21 ; he was issued clothing on April 22 and returned to duty on May 15. Pvt. Lovel was sent to St. Mary s Hospital, Dalton, Georgia, from Wartrace, Tennessee, on June 2, 1863; he was issued clothing from said hospital on July 29, making his X mark on the receipt. He was present on all rolls from then up to, and including the beginning of the Atlanta Campaign. Pvt. Lovel was admitted wounded, to Foard Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, on June 22, 1864; he died in said hospital the same day. His effects were $4.00. The July 3 1864 issue of Memphis Appeal , published a list of casualties of Smith s Texas Brigade ; in it was listed, Wm F Lovell, killed, Co E, 10 Texas. Pvt. Timothy B. Lucky - Age 32 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas on October 12. Pvt. Lucky was detailed as Hospital Nurse on January 4, 1864. Pvt. Lucky died of disease in a hospital at Little Rock, Arkansas, on September 8, 1862. His effects were : 1 pr Blankets, One Coat, Three Shirts, One pr Pants, 1 pr Drawers, One pr Shoes, 1 pr Mitts, One Handkerchief.

Pvt. Francis M. Mackey - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Mackey died in a hospital at Austin, Arkansas, on September 17, 1862. His Final Statement listed his inventory, consisting of: One Coat, One pr Pants, Two Shirts, One pr Drawers, One Small Pistol & One Large Knife. Pvt. William M. Mantle - Age 24 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Par ker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Mantle was on Extra duty 18 days on Stable & barracks & bridge at 40 cents per day.

He was detailed as Wagoner on April 18, 1862. Pvt. Mantle was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Mantle was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Mantle was on extra duty as Teamster at QM Dept at Tullahoma, Tennessee, from May 22 to 31 ; at Wartrace, Tennessee, from June 1 to 30 ; at Tyner s Station, Tennessee, from July 1 to August 31; at Different Stations from September 1 to 31 ; at Bird s Station, Tennessee, from November 1 to 31 ; at Dalton, Georgia, from January 1 to January 31. Pvt Mantle was returned to duty on April 17, 1864. Appears on a roll of Deserters from the Rebel Army, received Oct 30, 1864, Sent from Dept of the Cumberland to be released North of the Ohio River. He was discharged on November 1, 1864, upon taking the Oath to the Union. According to his discharge certificate, Pvt. Mantle was resident of Parker County, Texas, that stood 5 7 tall with hazel eyes, dark hair and a dark complexion. Pvt. John McCarty - Was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. He arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. McCarty died of Pneumonia in Camp Douglas Prison on February 6, 1863. Pvt. William L. McCoy - Age 36 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 11, 1863. He was the cousin of John, James and Reuben McCoy of Co. I, 10 Texas; and cousin of Reuben and Francis McCoy of Co. K, 10 Texas. Pvt. McCoy was mortally wounded at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he died later that day. According to his final statement, Pvt. McCoy had been a native of Lawrence, Kentucky, that had been a farmer, that stood 5 8 tall with blue eyes, light hair and a fair complexion. Pvt. John C. McCulla - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. McCulla captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He died of disease in Camp Douglas Prison on February 11, 1863. According to his final statement, Pvt. McCulla had been, prior to enlistment, a farmer, with black eyes, black hair and a dark complexion. Pvt. Andrew A. McKnight - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. McKnight was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He died of Pneumonian in Camp Douglas Prison, on February 17, 1863; according to his final statement, Pvt. McKnight had been, prior to enlistment, a farmer with blue eyes and light hair. Pvt. John C. McKnight - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. McKnight was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled fro m prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia. on April 7. Pvt. McKnight was slightly wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia, on September 20, 1863. His last available military record listed him present on the Muster Rolls for April 1864. Pvt. Charles B. McLarty - Age 34 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County,Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. McLarty was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. McLarty Deserted - Left the command from Chickamauga on to Chattanooga on September 28, 1863. Pvt. Sampson Mooney - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. He was sick in a private home at Little Rock, Arkansas, from July 23 to August 31, 1862. Pvt. Mooney was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. He was admitted with Pneumonia to Hickory Street U.S.A. Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri, on January 26, 1863. Pvt. Mooney took the Oath to the Union in prison at St. Louis, and was henceforth considered a Deserter. Pvt. William L. Mooney - Age 48 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Mooney was appointed Drummer for the company on July 20, 1862. He was left sick at Austin, Arkansas, when the Command went to Arkansas Post. Pvt. Mooney was discharged for disability at Pine Bluff, Arkansas, on January 10, 1863 for Orchitis of 5 months standing & impermanently incapable of military serv. According to his discharge certificate, Pvt. Mooney was a native of Scott County, Virginia; prior to enlistment, he was a farmer that stood 5 8 tall with dark eyes, dark hair and a dark complexion. Pvt. Crosby Moore - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry,at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 12, 1862. He had been admitted to a hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas on May 24, 1862. Pvt. Moore died of disease in Little Rock, Arkansas, on July 11, 1863. Pvt. W. E. Morris - Was captured as Pvt. with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Morris was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. That was all the military information available on him. Pvt. James F. Mosley - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Mosley was discharged at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 2, 1862. That was all the military information available on him. Pvt. William S. Newsom - Age 18 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had ben recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Newsom was discharged at Cherokee County, Texas, on July 1, 1862. At age 62, William S. Newsome applied for a Soldier s Pension on March 28, 1905, at his home of Denison, Grayson County, Texas. His comrade-in-arms, Robert G. Long, formerly of Co. E, 10 Texas, testified on behal f of Newsom on April 12, 1905, that Newsom is unable to support himself by lobor of any sortis his advanced age - stomach trouble - symptoms of dropsy - and being under treatment of Phisicans. My answer is not simply based on conjecture. Newsom s applic ation was approved on September 30, 1905. At age 79, Newsom died on November 21, 1923, in the home of his son-in-law, J. L. Riley at Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas. He was buried in the Ellisburg Cemetery of said town. Pvt. John A. Newsome - Age 27 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12 . Pvt. Newsome was listed on the February 1862 Rolls as Absent on Furlough, time of furlough has expired and he is unable to return from being sick. He was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Newsome was paroled from priosn for exchange on April 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Newsome was admitted to C.S.A. Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia, on April 25, 1863; he was returned to duty on May 15. He received clothing at Quinard Hospital, Rome, Georgia, on June 16, 1863. Pvt. Newsome was admitted to Empire Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, on December 5, 1863. He died of Chronic Diarrhea in said hospital, on January 25, 1864. Pvt. William H. Nichols - Age 18 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Hous ton, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. He was detailed as Nurse on September 4 to November 4, 1862. Pvt. Nichols was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Nichols was sent to Quinard Hospital, Rome, Georgia on July 2, 1863; he was sent back to that hospital on July 11. His last available military record listed him Missing on Retreat from Missionary Ridge on Nov. 27 - supposed to be in hospital. Pvt. Henry A. Paschal - Age 20 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Paschal died of disease at Camp Texas, Arkansas, on August 17, 1862. His effects were: One Blanket, One Vest, One Shirt, One pr Socks. Pvt. John J. Paschal - Age 19 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Paschal was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Paschal was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Paschal died in Kingston Hospital, Kingston, Georgia, on September 24, 1863. His effects were: 1 Coat (valued at) $0.00, 1 pr pants $3.00, 2 pr shoes (worn) $1.00, 1 Testament $.50, 1 Knapsack $1.00, 1 Hat $3.00, 1 Pocket Book $.50, Total $9.00. Pvt. Dudley F. Pearson - Age 26 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Pearson was appointed Drummer on March 15, 1862; then was returned to duty on May 3, 1862. Pvt. Person died of disease in the hospital at Camp Nelson, near Austin, Arkansas, on October 1, 1862. His effects were: One Coat, One pr Pants, Four Shirts, One pr Drawers, One pr Gloves, One Hat & One pr Shoes.

Pvt. John Pointer - Was recruited with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Parker County, Texas, on March 25, 1862. Pvt. Pointer Deserted May 1, having failed to report at the time appointed. There was no further military information available on him. Pvt. Thomas M. Prince - Enlisted at with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Prince was Absent Detailed Bearer of Dispatches to Houston on the June 1862 Rolls. Pvt. Prince was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7th. Pvt. Prince Deserted from Dalton, Georgia, on January 22, 1864. Pvt. William C. Prince - Age 28 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Walnut Hill, Arkansas, on May 19, 1862. According to the 1904 Widow s Application of Mrs. W. C. Prince, he had married his wife, Matilda at Hopkins County, Texas, on May 17, 1855. Pvt. Prince was discharged for disability at Camp Nelson, near Austin, Arkansas, on November 15, 1862. His ailment was Phthesis Pulmonalis or Consumption, which is now known as Tuberculosis. According to his discharge certificate, Prince had been a farmer prior to enlistment; he stood 5 10 tall with grey eyes, light hair and a red complexion. At age 70, William C. Prince died on May 15, 1904, at Ft. Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. At age 63, Mrs. Matilda Prince applied for a Widow s Pension on July 30, 1904; her address was Room 31, Powell Building, Fort Worth, Texas. C. C. Cumming, Notary Public of Tarrant County, Texas, wrote an affidavit on behalf of Mrs. Jennie Marten, granddaughter of Matilda Prince; the sta tement was taken on July 1, 1904, and states, ...Mrs. Prince is nearly blind and can not move about very well, that affiant brought the accompanying discharge of William C Prince is not in a condition to prove up the service of her husband by any of his o fficers or men this as said proof, That said W C Prince to the knowledge of affiant died at Fort Worth Texas May 15 19034 with this discharge in his possession, that he always kept it for his widow for the purpose of obtaining a pension at his death, he e ver refusing to apply for one during his life and affiant knows that said widow Matilda Prince it without property or means of any kind and is on account of her affliction unable to labor sufficiently to support herself. Mrs. Prince s application was approved on September 15, 1904. Pvt. James W. Redwine - Age 22 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. He was detailed extra duty to work for 4 Days on the Barracks at Ft. Hindman, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, at 40 cents a day. Pvt. Redwine was granted Sick Leave on February 6, 1862; he left Without Leave for Texas on January 9, 1863, before the fight at Arkansas Post . There was no other available military information on him. Pvt. Grouchy G. Reynolds - Age 19 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12 . Pvt. Reynolds was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. He was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Reynolds was transferred from General Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia, to General Hospital, Farmville, Virginia, on April 17, 1862; he died of Chronic Diarrhea at said hospital on May 2, 1863. Pvt. James S. Ritchie - Age 15 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas on October 12. Pvt. Ritchie was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Ritchie was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, then was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Richie was admitted to St. Mary s Hospital, Dalton, Georgia, on June 27, 1863. He was readmitted to St. Mary s Hospital with Febris. Remit. on September 6, 1863. Pvt. Richie was slightly wounded in the right arm from a shell fragment Near Atlanta on July 20, 1864. He was admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Georgia, on July 21 super st ; he was released to Hopkins County, Georgia, on a 30 Day Furlough. He returned to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Georgia, on August 25 to have his wound checked, then was released to duty. Pvt. Richie was captured at Franklin, Tennessee, on November 30, 1864; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on December 5, 1864. He was transferred to New Orleans, Louisiana, on May 4, 1865; he was confined there on May 11th, and was exchanged on May 23, 1865. James S. Ritchey testified on behalf of the Widow s Pension Application of Mrs. William G. W. Kincaid from his home at Mannsville, Johnston County, Oklahoma, that 1Lt. Kincaid, formerly of Co. K, 10 Texas, served honorably thoughout his enlistment and if you had seen him take a federal flag from a yankee at Franklin, Tenn, you would have thought so. Both Lt. Kincaid & Pvt. Ritchey were captured at that battle. On June 19, 1914, James Sidney Ritchie, age 70, signed an affidavit at his home of Johnson County, Oklahoma, swearing on behalf of the pension application of the widow of his old comrade-in-arms, Clark T. Cockburn. Pvt. Ezekiel Rowden - Age 29 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Rowden escaped capture at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; and went to Pine Bluff, Arkansas, where he joined up woth the City Guards of Col. Hanson s Regiment. Pvt. Rowden was discharged for disability at Pine Bluff, Arkansas on April 3, 1863. His disability was partial blindness (for 6 months). Pvt. John N. Sessions - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Sessions was detailed to herd cattle on August 28, 1862. He was absent herding beef cattle during the battle of Arkansas Post, hence he escaped capture. Pvt. Sessions was admitted with Epilepsia to C.S.A. General Hospital, Shreveport, Louisiana, on December 29, 1864; he was returned to duty on January 29, 1865. He had been given a Cerificate of Disability on January 27, 1865, for 12 months without pay and allowances of a soldier, to provide for his family. Pvt. Charles W. Smith - Age 22 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas on October 12. Pvt. Smith was sent sick to the General Hospital, Little Rock, Arkansas, on August 14, 1862. He died of disease at General Hospital, Little Rock, Arkansas, on September 8, 1862. Pvt. Hugh P. Smith - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Smith was sick in the hospital at Little Rock, Arka nsas, in August 1862. Pvt. Smith was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29, then was paroled there for exchange on April 1, 1863; he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 . Pvt. Hugh P. Smith was mortally wounded in the stomach at Missionary Ridge, a.k.a. Tunnel Hill, Tennessee, on November 25, 1863; too badly wounded, he was left upon retreat, and was subsequently captured. There was no record of his death, though his wound was mortal. Pvt. Joseph R. Smith - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 12, 1862. Pvt. Smith was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29. Pvt. Smith died of Pneumonia in Ward 11, Camp Douglas Prison, on February 7, 1863. Pvt. Lewis G. Smith - Enlisted with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Smith escaped capture at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863. His last available military record listed him Absent In Trans Miss Dept. Pvt Smith, as a member of Co. D. 17 Texas Dismounted Cavalry, was slightly wounded in the side in the engagements of Mansfield & Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, during April 8 & 9, 1864. This company was formed by Capt. William G. Rector, Co. F, 10 Texas, after escaping from Arkansas Post with forty 10 Texans, on January 11, 1863. Pvt. Daniel Strickland - Age 19 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on December 8, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Strickland s last available military record listed him In Trans Miss Dept since January 10, 1863. Pvt. J. J. Sullivan - Died in General Hospital, Macon, Mississippi, on June, 11, 1862. His effects were $42.00. That was the only available military record on him. Pvt. James M. Thomas - Age 22 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on January 1, 1862. He was born in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, on February 20, 1839. Pvt. Thomas died of disease at Ft. Hebert, Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on February 16, 1862. Pvt. Berlin M. Thompson Age 24 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862 . According to his 1909 Pension Application, Berlin Thompson wrote, I came to Texas in 1859 Ed: from Louisiana ... I was In Parker County. Pvt. Thompson was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; arriving at Camp Douglas Prison, near Chicago, Illinois, on January 29. He was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7. Pvt. Thompson was issued clothing at the General Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia, on April 25, 1863. In his later years, Thompson recounted his war experiences to Mamie Yeary; they were included in her book, Reminiscences of the Boys In Gray, 1861-1865 . The following is Thompson s account from that collection: After three month s suffering we were sent to Petersburg for exchange. Whil e we were there the Yankees made a raid on Richmond, and the private soldiers went over there, took arms and defended the city. A little occurrence gave us the courage of lions. While we were marching through the city in the dark a young lady came to the window and asked what soldiers we were, and we told her we were Texans, and she screamed to her mother not to be uneasy that the Texans were here. Pvt. Thompson was captured Near Atlanta on July 22, 1864, by the 15 Army Corps. Long after the war, another of Thompson s accounts states, We had several little fights before we got to Atlanta. Here under Hood, Hardee s Corps was sent down the Macon road in the rear of McPhearson s command. We surprised them, killed the General and routed the left w ing of the army, but something prevented Walker s Division from advancing, and the Federals rallied and charged while we were in their breast-works, but they massed one line after another till we were obliged to surrender. The last gun I fired the Federal was not more than six feet from me. I reached for another cartridge and there were three soldiers at my back, we marched to the bullpen, and they told the officers we ought to be shot because we had killed 200 of their men and the had only killed thirty of us. Pvt. Thompson arrived at Camp Chase Prison, Springfield, Ohio, on July 24, 1864. He swore the Oath to the Union on May 15, 1865. Again Thompson stated, We were taken to Camp Chase, Ohio. Congress passed the retaliation act and put us on one-forth rations. There we remained until May 15, 1865. According to his discharge certificate, Pvt. Thompson stood 5 10 tall with blue eyes, dark hair and a florid complexion. At age 71, Berlin Thompson applied for a Soldier s Pension on July 26, 1909, at his home of Elen Rose, Somervell County, Texas. His pension was approved on October 21 1913. At age 74, Berlin Monroe Thompson died of heart disease on March 20, 1921, in the home of his son, J. B. Thompson, at Granbury, Hood County, Texas. He was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Granbury, Hood County, Texas. Pvt. Robert Thompson - Enlisted with Co. E, Texas Infantry, at Camp Brazos, near Millican, Brazos County, Texas, on April 10, 1862. Pvt. Thompson escaped capture at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 10, 1863. His last available military record listed that he Left the Ditches at Arkansas Post the Night of January 10, 1863. Pvt. John C. Towles - Age 29 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12 . Pvt Towles was on extra duty as Hospital Nurse in February 1862. He was Detached in Col. Speight s Regt 17 Texas Cavalry from April 15, 1862. Pvt. Towles was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29 . Pvt. Towles died of Acute Diarrhea in Camp Douglas Prison on February 18, 1863. Pvt. George Watkins - Was captured at Arkansas Post on January 11, 1863. He arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29th, where he died of Diarrhea on January 31, 1863. Pvt. Joseph A. Woodall - Age 27 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1863; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12 . Pvt. Woodall was captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, on January 11, 1863; he arrived at Camp Douglas Prison on January 29 . Pvt. Woodall was paroled from prison for exchange on April 1, 1863, he was exchanged at City Point, Virginia, on April 7 . Pvt. Woodall Deserted on January 22, 1864. Pvt. Jackson J. Wright - Age 29 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12. Pvt. Wright had been sick in Parker County, since April 3, 1862 He Deserted and took the Oath to the Union is willing to take up arms in defense of the Union, at Sante Fe, New Mexico on July 9, 1864. According to his allegiance certificate, Pvt. Wright was a resident of Parker County, Texas, and prior to enlistment, was a farmer that stood 6 tall with blue eyes, dark hair and a light complexion.

Pvt. Hickman D. Wyette - Age 25 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 Texas Infantry, at Virginia Point, Galveston, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he had been recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12 th. Pvt. Wyette died of disease at Little Rock, Arkansas, on August 14, 1862. fs18 Pvt. Bailey P. Young - Age 23 upon enlistment with Co. E, 10 th Texas Infantry, at Houston, Harris County, Texas, on October 23, 1861; he was recruited at Parker County, Texas, on October 12 th. Pvt. Young was discharged for disability at Camp Texas, Arkansas on August 5, 1862. According to his discharge certificate, he was a native of Tennessee, that, prior to enlistment, was a farmer that stood 5 10 tall with black eyes, black hair and a dark complexion.

This roster was created with the aid of several valuable sources; consisting of: The 10th Texas Compiled Service Records The 1860 Texas Census Records The Confederate Research Center, Hillsboro, Texas The 16 Daily Intelligencer - Macon, Georgia The Galveston 16 Daily News - Houston, Texas The Houston Daily Telegraph - Houston, Texas The Macon Daily Telegraph - Macon, Georgia The Memphis Daily Appeal - Atlanta, Georgia Confederate Pension Records of Soldiers who fought for Texas The 16 Confederate Veteran Magazine Incidents of the life of W. G. Davenport Brooks Moon Willingham And His Descendants, by Chester Morse and Francis Sullivan Willingham Coryell County Families - Coryell County Texas Hood County History, by Thomas T. Ewell Cemeteries of Hood County, Texas , by Ira & Bettie Ford History of Navarro County, by Annie Carpenter Love Pioneer History of Wise County 16, by Cliff D. Cates 16 Reminiscences of the Boys In Gray, 1861-1865 16 16 Biographical Sketch of The Life of An Old Confederate Soldier, by William O. Wynn 16 Mississippi Confederate Grave Registrations, A-L 16, byBetty Couch Wiltshire Contributions from Soldier s Descendants 40 b If you are a descendant of someone that served in the 10 TEXAS INFANTRY, or know of one, please notify:

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