Mathew Ford Albritton
of Navarro County, Texas


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Prairie Point Cemetery
2/17/1837 - 6/3/1912
Co C 44th Regt Alabama Volunteers
See Navarro Co. History, Vol. 2 pg 93

Photo Submitted by Melba Love


Matthew Ford Albritton
Feb 17, 1837 - June 3, 1912

Matthew Ford Albritton Dead

Matthew Ford Albritton died at his home in this city at theage of 74 years, Monday night. He had lived in Navarro county for many years. His remains were taken to Prairie Point Cemetery for interment Tuesday afternoon. He was the father of Profs. O.L. and C.C. Albritton of this city.


  • Corsicana Democrat and Truth - Thurs, June 6, 1912
  • Submitted by Karen Rost
  • Husband of Mary Pauline (Gray) Albritton  (her obituary)





  • ....They were in the 44th Ala. Army of Northern Virginia, All But my Greatx3 Grand father, James Roundtree Albritton, who according to his pension record, started with the L.A. Creassant Batt. and latter transferred to the L.A. Heavy artillery under Gen G. W. Logan. And also helped to guard Federal prisoners at Monroe LA. This according to his pension records. But his pension records are the only document that I can find that link him the Confederate service.
    (submitted by William Edward Albritton 12/2004)

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