to the Confederate service muster rolls of Wm. W. Templeton he was sick in the
fall and winder of 1861. He was also sick in the summer of 1862 but was present
for duty at the Wilderness where he was wounded in the shoulder. He was one of
only seventeen of the Navarro County men in this company at the close of war at
Born Jan. 19, 1837 he died Dec. 12, 1912 and is buried next to his wife Sarah in
the Marlin city cemetery in Falls, Co. Texas.