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Known Civil War Veterans
Buried in Navarro County, Texas


Civil War Index || Cemetery Index

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J. B. Abner [no location given]
1847 - 1925
Col. C.S.A.
Frank Abram Marshall Cemetery
Co A, 39 IL Inf USA
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV;
Cemetery Marker Photo
Researched by Dana Stubbs
Albert J. Adams Oakwood Cemetery
1847 - 1925
Union soldier Oakwood Cemetery. Lt. Col. 50th Inf. Indiana Vol Regt
Enlisted Oct 31, 1861, Discharged Nov 22, 1862
Pension #11588
John Quincy Adams Oakwood Cemetery
1819 - Jun 11, 1914
Pension #27701
Peter L. Adams, Dr. Dawson Cemetery
May 11, 1842 - Feb 1920
Texas Troops -
[Served as a physician in Texas Troops]
John Adcox Cade Cemetery
Feb 10, 1840 - Jan 1, 1912
24th Brigade
[Enlisted 1862 as a mounted rifleman under Capt. Josiah Taylor]
Duncan Rodolph Adkisson Oakwood Cemetery
[no dates]
2nd Lt. Wright's Co. Va. Hv Arty C.S.A.
Pension #31027;

Duncan Adkinson, died June 28, 1917
Allan Kendrick Albritton Prairie Point Cemetery
Jun 20, 1839 Wilcox Co., Ala - Jun 30, 1917
Co C 49th Ala Regt
Pension #23514; Marker Photo; Obituary
James Roundtree Albritton Bazette Baptist Cemetery
b. Dec 27, 1826 - Wilcox Co. Ala - d. Jun 21, 1911 in Clay Co. TX
Co K, Capt. Saulley's Company of G. W. Logan's LA Hvy. Arty. Served 2 yr's 4 mo's.
Pension #5242; Obituary;
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
Researched by Dana Stubbs and Alice Bell
John Thomas Albritton Prairie Point Cemetery
Apr 25, 1833 - Jan 22, 1881
Private Co. C, 49th Regt. Ala Volunteers
Photo of Marker
Mathew Ford Albritton Prairie Point Cemetery
Jan 17, 1835 Wilcox Co., Ala - Jun 3, 1912
Co C 44th Regt Ala Volunteers
[ see Navarro Co. History, Vol. 2 pg 93 ]
Photograph & Marker Photo
William A. J. Albritton Prairie Point Cemetery
Oct 17, 1822 - May 10, 1892
Co C 49th Reg Ala Vol C.S.A. (was prisoner of war)
John Marion Alexander NEED INFORMATION
Captain 12th Alabama Calvary
Mentioned in Rice/Chatfield History
Info from Jane Bell Smith
George Washington Allen Hopewell Cemetery
Jul 12, 1840 - Mar 20, 1912
23rd Brigade
[Enlisted 1861 23rd Brigade under Governors' Proclamation calling for 5,000 volunteers]
Joseph Negus Allen Oakwood Cemetery
Co H, 2 AL Regt, Later Co D, AL Cav, wife (Louisa S) drew pension 26725  

Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
Researched by Dana Stubbs

Charles Henry Allyn Oakwood Cemetery
Sep 15, 1842 - Mar 6, 1918
Co G 4th Wisconsin Regt

Charles H. Allyn enlisted in the Civil War on the 26th day of April, 1961, as a member of the 4th Wisconsin Regiment of Volunteers, to serve three years for the United States. On January 75h, 1863, he was temporarily detailed as Clerk at Headquarters, Department of the Gulf, then at New Orleans, Louisiana, and on March 6th, 1863, his appointment was made permanent, and he continued to serve in that capacity during the time he was in the war.

On July 6th, 1864, by order No. 98, issued at New Orleans by James Keefe, captain in command of Company 6 of the 4th Wisconsin Regiment of Volunteers, he was honorably discharged from the service in consequence of the expiration of the term for which he enlisted, and on the bottom of the said order [see obit for more details]

Obituary ||
Historical Marker || Corsicana Mayor
W. L. Amonett Petty Family Cemetery
Sep 6, 1838 - Jun 1899
"Capt - A Man of Education"
His stone does not say CSA,  it does say Capt. and also a man of education. Civil  War records do not list a Capt. Amonett, there is a private with same first name but no middle initial. ... Bill Young
D. D. [David D.] Anderson Ward Cemetery
Border's Regt, Texas Cav, C.S.A., Sgt.
[See: Navarro Leaves & Branches XVII, #1, pg 30, & Navarro Co. TX Cemetery Records, Vol. III pg 74]
D. D. Anderson Ward Cemetery near Richland
1825 - ?
Pvt 9th Brigade, Texas State Troops
[Enlisted as a private June 1861, with Capt. James M. Daniel as commanding officer in Lamar Artillery, Lamar County, 9th Brigade]
T. J. Anderson Liberty Hill Cemetery
Apr 24, 1842 - Jan 15, 1847 (ERROR ON DATES)
Pvt. 19th Texas Brigade
[Enlisted June 1861 - Served under Capt. Henry Jones]
William VanZandt Anderson Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
1843 - 1923
CSA Marker
William Wirt Anderson Eureka Cemetery
William Wirt Robinson
CSA Army in charge of wagon train hauling cotton to Brownsville;
Source: The Bonner Family History; Sue Bonner Thornton; The Texian Press; Waco, 1972.
Samuel David Andrew White Church Cemetery
Private, later Lt., 8th Georgia Volunteer Inf. Army of North Va.  Part time Commander of Co. B and Co. H 8th Ga. Lost right hand and part of arm at Wilderness may 6, 1864.
Henry F. Arden Rice Cemetery
Jan 1, 1840 - Feb 11, 1899
Pvt 18th La Inf; promoted Capt
Jessie Arledge Oakwood Cemetery
Co I, 4th Texas Regt
[Served under Capt. C. M. Winkler]
J. B. Armstrong Grange Hall Cemetery
Dec 25, 1818 - Feb 7, 1899
Co. D. 12th TX CAV CSA
Cemetery Marker & Biography
Info from Dana Stubbs
Ramsey Clark Armstrong, Rev. Oakwood Cemetery
Oct 4, 1842 - Jul 9, 1933
 1st TX Legion or Whitfield's Legion & transferred to Co H, 9th TX Cavalry


Andrew J. Ashmore Oakwood Cemetery
Aug 13, 1832 - Feb 12, 1905
Lieut., Co. C 41st Ala. CSA
Widow, Hattie C., drew pension #12087
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
Researched by Dana Stubbs and Alice Bell
Robert Baird Old Chatfield Cemetery
Lost CSA Graves
George Washington Lafayette  Baker Marshall Cemetery
Jan 3, 1836 - Jun 18, 1915
Beat #6 - 19th TX Brig
[Served under Capt. B. F. Carroll]
Henry Amos Baldwin Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
1838 - July 20, 1884
Thomas Calhoun Banks Prairie Point Cemetery
Apr 4, 1845 - Macison Co., Ark - Mar 1, 1883
TX Troops in Person's Brigade CSA (wounded at Gettysburg)
Marker Photo
Thomas Jefferson Banks New Pursley Cemetery
1846 -  Sep 8, 1924
Co A, 2 GA Battalion. He died Sep. 7, 1924 in Corsicana, TX
Pension #28876; Obituary
Freeman Jackson (Jack) Barham Rose Hill Cemetery,
May 9, 1841, Maury Co. TN, died Jan 4, 1918, Blooming Grove, TX, served 33 TN Infantry. He is my great-great-grand father.  .... Dana Stubbs
John Thomas Barnaby Zion's Rest Cemetery
Mar 13, 1821 - Jan 7, 1883
Private in Co., G. 20 Regt TX Cav CSA
Bass Regiment
Husband of Nancy Jeanette (Hammonds) Barnaby
Andrew Jackson Barnes Cryer Creek Cemetery
May 2, 1833 - Nov 18, 1914
Co H, 17 AL Inf under Capt. McMillan and Col. Murphy. He was released from prison at war's end
Pension #29331
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
Researched by Dana Stubbs and Alice Bell
Marker Photo by Karen Rost
John Barnett Ward's Cemetery
Mar 30, 1830 - May 1871
Jones Reserve Co Nav Co 19th Brig
[Enlisted July 1861 in Capt. Henry Jones Reserves Co., Beat #14, Navarro County's 19th Brigade]
Jesse Marshall Bartlett Rice Cemetery
Dec 29, 1841 - Jul 29, 1922
3rd Sgt. Parson's Brigade
Husband of Mary Hester "Mollie" Clopton
Find-A-Grave Entry
Henderson Edward "Ed" Bates Dresden Cemetery
Feb 8, 1841 - Jul 17, 1915
Confederate-- Alabama Inf, 27th Reg, husband of Malissa Adalaide (Robinson) Bates son of Elijah J. Bates and Emily (unk) Bates.
Cemetery Marker Photo | Obituary
Joseph Young Bates Oakwood Cemetery
Nov 9, 1839 - ?

Biography, Obituary, Photograph

William R. Batte Hopewell Cemetery
Oct 8, 1822 - Dec 15, 1903
CSA - Major
F. W. Bauldorf Catholic Cemetery
abt 1816 - Feb 5, 1900
Obituary; Veteran of Three Wars
Richard Channing Beale Oakwood Cemetery
1845 - 1899
"Brave Confederate Soldier" on marker
listed as POW Feb. 14, 1863
Leroy Pickens Bean Oakwood Cemetery
Co. G. 1st Ala Inf CSA
Widows Pension #40365;
Photo of Leroy Bean and Cemetery Marker
Mathew S. Beasley, Rev. Conner Cemetery
1834 - Sep 15, 1906
Enlisted in "Navarro Rifles" militia on July 17, 1861.  Was original first sergeant of the unit which became a part of Company I, 4th Texas infantry, Army of North Virginia.  Wounded twice during war and was promoted to Captain before war's end.  Wife, Eliza Conner.  Became minister of several churches in Navarro County, served as Navarro County Treasurer. (Navarro Leaves & Branches Feb 1999)

[ Co. I, 4th TX Vol. Inf., Navarro Rifles ]
1st sergeant/lieutenant/captain.  Was the original 1st sergeant of the company.  He was promoted to 2nd lieutenant on Dec 14, 1861 and to captain on Nov 10, 1863.  Was wounded in the thigh in the battle of Gaines' Mill, Virginia on June 27, 1862.  While leading the company in battle at Chickamauga on September 19 or 20, 1863, Beasley was wounded again.  Died in Navarro County in 1906

Joseph Sayer Beauchamp Midway Cemetery
Mar 26, 1832 - 1912
2nd Lieutenant, Co. B. 39th Ala. Inf. CSA

Biography, Headstone, & Service Records

Peter Peckham Post Oak Cemetery
Charles Wesley Beeman Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
A Confederate Soldier
A. J. Bell Richland Cemetery

[1966 Scroll, pg 66]

Abner J. Bell Old Chatfield Cemetery
Jul 13, 1847 - Mar 13, 1925
Ezekial Lemuel Bell, Capt Oakwood Cemetery
Jan 18, 1844 - Oct 14, 1925

He enlisted in Cabarrus Co. NC in Feb, 1862 and mustered into service at Goldsboro, NC as a Pvt. In Co. F, 1st Reg NC. He served in Seven Days Battle, around Richmond, Manassas, Culpepper Courthouse, Brandy Station, Shorpsburg, Gettysburg, Petersburg. He was promoted to Quarter Master Sergeant. He was wounded at Barbers Cross Roads, Dec, 1862 when he was captured and paroled on the battle field being exchanged Jan. 1, 1863. He went to hospital at Lynchburg, VA. He received his finial discharge Apr. 9, 1865 at Appomattox Courthouse on account of Gen. Lee's surrender.
Information submitted by camp 359 SCVObituary;
Pension # 41460 & Widow's Pension #26153
James Robert Bell Frost Cemetery
Pension #38140
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
Researched by Dana Stubbs and Alice Bell
Thomas J. C. Bell Long Prairie Cemetery
Feb 17, 1837 - May 5, 1924
Thomas enlisted in TX Inf. and transferred to Co B, 4 TX Cav.
[Widows Pension #39891]
Elijah S. Bennett, Capt. Oakwood Cemetery
Jun 29, 1829-Dec 4, 1872
Portion of his wife's obituary
Francis Marion Bennett David White Cemetery, Pisgah Ridge
Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry  Enlisted Dresden May 12, 1862, Discharged Aug 13, 1862
Jan 24, 1834 - Nov 18, 1925
Widow recd pension #50088
Thomas Hart Benton, Sr. Cryer Creek Cemetery
May 2, 1844 - Jun 12, 1881
Enlisted July 1861 in Capt. Anderson Whetstone Cavalry Co., Van Zandt Co., TX in 12th Tex Brigade.; Married Susanna Price in 1866
William Benton Oakwood Cemetery
Feb 10, 1830 - Jul 25, 1872
CSA Co. A. Bass’ Regiment of the Texas Calvary
Beverly Miller Berry Jimmerson Cemetery
Aug 20, 1824 - Oct 30, 1870
Enlisted March 1861 in Infantry, Rio Grande Regt. under Capt. William Redwood.
James Alexander Berry Dawson Cemetery
Feb 10, 1845 - Aug 20, 1906
According to his father's bible, he enlisted Dec 10, 1863, records show enlisted on Dec 14, 1863 at age 18.  Was 5' 8" tall, fair complexioned, black eyes, black hair and was a farmer.  Born in Alabama.
Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry. - TX Troops Hood's Brigade
Josiah "Joseph" Montgomery Berry Dawson Cemetery
Jan 9, 1843 - Feb 22, 1929
According to his father's bible, he volunteered March 11, 1862.  Served with Texas Troops with Capt. Bishop Mounted Cavalry. He used his own horse.
Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry  Private, age 19. He was 6' 12" tall, had gray eyes, brown hair, light complexioned.  He was elected corporal on October 19, 1862.  He was a farmer.


  • Obituary
  • I have many of his papers and he uses "Joe M. Berry" on all of them, but his name appears in his mother's handwriting in the Berry Family Bible as "Josiah M. Berry" Wish she had told us what the "M" stands for!   - Genealassie
  •  Info from www.findagrave.com shows his full name as "Joseph Montgomery Berry".  He volunteered March 11, 1862 and served with the Texas Troups with Capt. Bishop Mounted Cavalry.  He used his own horse.  Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Compani I, 19th Texas Calvary Private, age 19.  He was 6' 12" tall, had gray eyes, brown hari, light complexioned.  He was elected corporal on Oct 19. 1862 and was a farmer.
M. M. A. Berry Providence Cemetery
Nov 28, 1826 - Feb 4, 1905
Husband of Francis D. (Stubbs) Berry;
Servied in Co. E. 34th AL Inf.  Member of Winkler Camp UCV
Samuel H. Bethany Richland Cemetery
Jul 14, 1829 - Jan 12, 1908
Pvt. Co. C Miss Cav - CSA
Submitted by Carolyn Bethany Sosebee 6/28/2001, great grand-daughter of Samuel H. Bethany
email: [email protected]
Gary A. Bills Prairie Grove Cemetery, Emmett TX
Mar 18, 1837 - Jan 12, 1904
Served in a Cavalry unit from TN
Robert D. Bills Liberty Hill Cemetery near Dawson TX
Jun 13, 1835 - Aug 12, 1903
Private/Sr 2nd lieutenant, age 26.  He was 6' 4" tall, had gray eyes, brown hair, was light complexioned.  He was a stock raiser and was born in Marshall County, Tennessee.  He enlisted Feb. 1862 at Dresden in Captain Samuel Wright's Co. Dresden's Texas Cavalry, Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry  with Co. N. M. Burford commanding officer.
William Thomas Bingham Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, TX
Apr 22, 1849 - May 11, 1924
Elijah P. Bishop Rice Cemetery
Jan 5, 1833 - Sep 12, 1903
Navarro County Sheriff, resigned to enlist as a Captain of a company of Mounted troops Navarro County's 19th Brigade. 
Biography as Sheriff
John Goodman Bishop Oakwood Cemetery
1841 - Sep 6, 1927
He enlisted in the 10 TN Cav. and later as 1 Lt. in the Quartermaster's Dept.
Pension #37592 | Biography & Obituary
James R. Black Ward Cemetery
James Heath Blackman Dresden Cemetery
South Carolina Troops
Dillon Blackmon Oakwood Cemetery
Sep 2, 1844 - Nov 29, 1921
Daughters of the Confederacy Lot
Funeral Home Extract || Obituary
Simon Alonzo Blackmon Oakwood Cemetery
Jan 12, 1843 - Aug 1, 1922
Walter Jones Blackmon Oakwood Cemetery
Oct 2, 1847 - 1916
Enlisted in Confederate Army under Capt Bradley. Served until the close of the war.; Obituary; Biography;
James Robert Blair Oakwood Cemetery
Jun 4, 1834 - Mar 18, 1923
Pension #32761; Obituary;
James Heath Blake, Sr Dresden Cemetery
Dec 14, 1846 - Jan 27, 1932
Enlisted from Chester, S.C., Served in S.C. Troups
Pension #47174; Obituary;
Marker Photo
Samuel Carter Blissett Rice Cemetery
abt 1835 - Feb 18, 1904
Pension #27525
Milledge Luke Bonham Oakwood Cemetery
Aug 13, 1841 - May 30, 1904
In Texas Troops with Kirby's Battalion 6 months. In Capt. Bradley's of Col. Wall's Legion Texas Troops 3 years. Was in Battle of Vicksburg, and wounded.
Pension #10170
J. S. Bonner, Dr. Eureka Cemetery
Nov 6, 1828 - Feb 19, 1900
Enlisted 1861, was appointed Surgeon in Terrell's Regiment and later made Brigade Surgeon.
Richard Willis Bonner Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
Mar. 1, 1834 - Dec. 22, 1930
Enlisted May 3, 1861 in Capt. Winkler's Mounted Riflemen or Cavalry, 19th Brigade Texas Troops
Thomas Jefferson Boon Rice Cemetery
Aug 6, 1842 - Mar 3, 1932
Co H 22nd Tenn Inf
Cemetery Marker Photo
John Booth Dawson Cemetery
Jan 4, 1807 - May 4, 1880
Enlisted August, 1861 as a Mounted Rifleman in Beat #1, Navarro Co., TX 19th Texas Brigade under Captain R. H. Matthews.
G. W. Boyd White's Church Cemetery near Blooming Grove
Aug 1, 1836 - Feb 13, 1882
Enlisted Williamson County under Capt. R. N. Calhoun age 26
Moss's Company, Co. E, 13th Texas Infantry Regiment, Navarro Countians
G. S. Boynton Oakwood Cemetery
Co. I. Texas Inf. C.S.A.
Co. I, 4th TX Vol. Inf., Navarro Rifles
Private, discharged Sep 20, 1862
J. T. Brackenridge Oakwood Cemetery
Daughters of the Confederacy Lot
James Warren Bradley, Sr. Oakwood Cemetery
Co A 31 Regt. Texas Cav CSA
Walter T. Brassell Hopewell Cemetery
Oct 25, 1846 - Feb 16, 1931
Co. I, 55 GA Inf.
Pension #41369;

(Regiment info from Dana Stubbs - Jan 2002)
J. T. Breckenridge Oakwood Cemetery
[no dates]
on Confederate lot with CSA marker
Andrew J. Bridge Oakwood Cemetery
Mar 24, 1846 - Jul 22, 1914
Pension #22134
John Milford Bright Oakwood Cemetery
1831 - 1899 (tomb)
Enlisted Aug 1861 in Reserve Co., Beat #1, Navarro County 19th TX Brigade
William Roy Bright Oakwood Cemetery
Dec 1, 1841 - Dec 24, 1895
Pension #500045
William Brinkley Kerens Cemetery
1845 - 1913
Enlisted June 1, 1861 in Rockwall County, TX Cav., 18th Brigade under Capt Brinkley
John Stanley Brinson Liberty Hill Cemetery
1845 - 1918
Enlisted Sep 1862 in Co I 128th Ohio Regt Union Army
James W. Brister Campbell Cemetery
Dec 7, 1842 - Dec 23, 1893
Served Mississippi Brigade
Charles W. Brooks Long Prairie Cemetery (aka Alligator Creek Cemetery)
Co. B. Manns Cav. CSA
Albert L. Brown Cryer Creek Cemetery
Oct 8, 1847 - May 30, 1914
Enlisted Aug 1864 in Co. J 29th Mich Inf Union Army
Cemetery Marker Photo by Karen Rost
Andrew Jackson Brown Oakwood Cemetery
Dec 1, 1843 - Nov 18, 1924
Obituary; Pension #28136
George William Brown Cryer Creek Cemetery
Jun 17, 1824 - Oct 31, 1889
Co. E. Parson's Brigade
Marker Photo by Karen Rost
Military Marker Photo by Karen Rost
Isaac Newton Brown Oakwood Cemetery
May 27, 1817 - Sep 1, 1889
4 years in Confederate States Navy,
27 years in US Navy
Rev. Jackson D. “Jack” Brown Akers-Brown Cemetery
Sep 12, 1841 - May 26, 1905
CSA 4th Reg. Tenn. Calvary (McLeMore’s)
Nehemiah Hutcheson Brown Bazette Cemetery
Aug 1, 1844 - Jun 8, 1923
9th Ind. Inf. Co I  - Union
Entered 22 Sep 1864
Discharged 20 June 1865 at Nashville, TN
Photo of Cemetery Headstone - by Melba Love
R. L. Brown Dresden Cemetery
1834 - 1903
Enlisted April 15, 1863, age 21, at Shelbyville, Shelby Co., TX. - Co H 1st Tex Regt
William M. Brown Marshall Cemetery
[No Dates]
Co. F. 34 Tex Cal CSA.
George Lavelle Houston Bruner Long Prairie cemetery
Jun 10, 1837 - Jun. 4, 1920
CSA 6th Alabama Infantry Battle Flag
Julius J. Bruner Marshall Cemetery
Apr 8, 1838 - Jan 27, 1909
Cp E, 34th Tex Cav.
Pension #17207
George Washington Bryan, Dr. Campbell Cemetery
Feb 19, 1837 - May 9, 1924
Assistant Surgeon - 9th Texas Artillery

Biography & Obituary
J. F. Bryant Rose Hill Cemetery
Jan 4, 1831 - Jul 21, 1896
Enlisted 4/15/1862 at Clarksville, TX in Capt. Cathey's 2nd Tex Regt
James Melvin Bryant Cosgrove Cemetery
Oct 24, 1838 - Aug 3, 1930
Halbert's Company Company E, 15th Texas Infantry Regiment Navarro Countains
John Bryant Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
died: Aug 1, 1900
Co. G. 15 Tex Inf. CSA
William Abner Bryant Grange Hall Cemetery
Co. 3 Mo Inf - CSA
Cemetery Marker & Biography
William P. Bryant White Church Cemetery
Feb 12, 1831 - Jul 12, 1892
Confederate Soldier
Eli Franklin Buckner Oakwood Cemetery
widow received pension #24885

Co. B. 11th Texas Regiment, Randal’s Brigade, Walkers Div. (infantry)
Lt. John Willis Burgess Oakwood Cemetery
Aug 22, 1843 - Feb 10, 1905
Co E Parson's Brigade, Texas Cavalry
Enlisted Aug 10, 1861 at Waxahachie, Mustered in Oct. 20, 1861 by Capt. John C. Brown into Ellis Co. Grays, Parson's Regt. 4th TC, Elllis Co. TST. age 33
J. Henry Harrison Burke Post Oak Cemetery
Feb 2, 1841 - Dec 7, 1922
Volunteer, Co H 12th Ark Inf under Capt. Cook and Col. Grant.
Augustus Lawhorn Burleson Burleson Family Cemetery
Jun 8, 1836 - Jun 26, 1921
Co G 7th Inf Regt. Col. Grigg's Company, Capt Moody's Co.
Co B. Wall's Legion CSA per Cemetery Marker Photo
Was in battle of Gettysburg and others. Captured twice.
Navarro Co. History, Vol 2, pg 426 (Mozelle Burleson Pillans);
John Burleson Burleson Family Cemetery
Jan 15, 1838 - 1867
Pvt. Waul's TX Legion
Article on Burleson Family Cemetery,
see also Navarro Co. History Vol 7, pg 20.
Cemetery Marker
John W. ”Sacks” Burney Zion’s Rest cemetery
May 22, 1832 - Nov. 11, 1919
Indian Wars, Mexican War 1845, CSAObituary
John R. Burns Rose Hill Cemetery
Aug 12, 1832 in AL - Jan 23, 1926 Navarro Co TX
Served in Co K, 21 MS. He was born 1840 in AL and died Jan 23, 1926 in Navarro Co. TX
Pension #37797;
Cemetery Marker Photo | Obituary
H. Burroughs Oakwood Cemetery
[no dates]
Daughters of the Confederacy Lot
Jason I. Burrow Prairie Point Cemetery
Aug 29, 1833 - Mar 1, 1919 - CSA
Old Cemetery Marker Photo; Military Marker Photo
Harison Word Burton, Major Oakwood Cemetery
1840 - Jul 1902
Co D, 1st VA Regt. and re-enlisted in Otey's Richmond Art'y Bat'y
Information from Dana Stubbs 9/2000
C. E. Butler Post Oak Cemetery
Sep 16, 1829 - Nov 15, 1913
He served 18 mo's in Co. K, 17 MS Inf.
Pension #10441
John Butler Cemetery near Pursley, southeast of Dawson
Jan 14, 1835 - May 20, 1915
Enlisted July 20, 1861 age 26 under Capt. James M. Huey in Company A., Beat #8 in Hunt County, TX,  14th Tex Brigade.
John Henry Butler New Chatfield Cemetery
1847 - 1932
Co. A 14th Tex Brig
George P. Byrd Eureka Cemetery
Oct 13, 1836 - Mar 20, 1911
Co. B, 15 MS Inf
Pension #3099
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
Researched by Dana Stubbs and Alice Bell
James David Byrd Oakwood Cemetery
Aug 30, 1844 - Mar 13, 1918
Co D, 26 Texas Cav.
Pension #12085;
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
Researched by Dana Stubbs and Alice Bell
Lemuel P. Byrd St. Elmo Cemetery
Feb. 18, 1834 - Dec. 6, 1915
PVT Co2 NJ Cav
James Pinkney Cagle Brushy Prairie cemetery
Aug. 16, 1838 Sep. 29, 1920
Samuel Calhoun Oakwood Cemetery
1834 - May 26, 1913
Enlisted 4/22/1862 in 2nd Co. DeWitt's Rifles under Capt. William Friead
John Callicut Cryer Creek Cemetery
Nov 24, 1820 - Oct 15, 1896
Enlisted in Washington County, TX, Served as a Captain of TX Troops.
Husband of Sarah Newbern (Spencer) Callicutt
David Wilson Campbell Campbell-Elrod Cemetery
May 4, 1812 - Apr 4, 1879
Navarro County History, Vol 2, pg 76 || Historical Marker
Joseph M. Campbell Dresden Cemetery
Dec 17, 1847 - Apr 4, 1886


  • My great great uncle Joseph M Campbell was a vet of the 8th Texas and was in the Louisiana campaign. His papers on joining the local confederate vets chapter after the war are on file in the Corsicana library. He is buried in Dresden cemetery.
    Tim Campbell 1-1999
  • Section H
  • Marker Has "J. M. CAMBELL" - Marker Photo
Joseph Mitchell  Campbell Dresden Cemetery
Mar 26, 1838 - 1920
Served in the 12th Texas Infantry CSA
Buried in Section L
Joseph Patterson Campbell Campbell Cemetery, near Purdon
Aug 29, 1839 - Aug 14, 1895
widow Louisa Recd Pension #44062


Robert B. Campbell Oakwood Cemetery
May 12, 1836 - Jan 31, 1904
William T. Campbell Blooming Grove Cemetery
1848 - 1932
Served under B. F. Carroll, Navarro 19th, Beat #6.

Your list of vets buried in Navarro County lists a Wm T Campbell 1848-1932 buried at Blooming Grove as being a member of the Carroll group out of Navarro County...There WAS a Wm T Campbell in Carroll's outfit but it wasn't my great grandfather .. who is buried at Blooming Grove 1848 - 1932. He is William F Campbell and was in Nacogdoches during the Civil War with his family...have never found any service records on him. And he is definitely not the one you have listed.
Tim Campbell 1-1999.

Thomas Wirt Carpenter Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
Aug 23, 1837 -Aug 27, 1901
*Cemetery Records (Vol V) list him as Thomas West Carpenter
*Navarro Co. History, Volume 6, pg 31 list him as Thomas Wirt; Husband of
Ellen Isaphine Dickson.  See also Navarro Co. History Volume 1, pg 68
George W. Carr Oakwood Cemetery
1848* - Oct 25, 1918
Daughters of the Confederacy Lot
[Stuart Horse Artillery under Maj. Gen J.E.B. Stuart, CSA - Leaves & Branches Vol. XIII, #4, pg 32] [DOB from 1900 Navarro Co. TX Census] Obituary
John Carr, Jr. Grape Creek Cemetery
1822 - 1901;
Enlisted Aug 1861 as a private in Capt. Elijah Bishop's Co, 19th Brigade, Beat #1

(Cant find any record of John being buried at Grape Creek, anyone have any information ?)  ...elw
Benjamin Franklin Carroll, Jr. Dresden Cemetery
May 4, 1841 - May 5, 1912
Co B 4th TX Cavalry, Parson's Brigade
[State Archives list Benjamin as the Husband of Mrs. G. A. Carroll]  Husband of Georgia Ann Stokes.
Widow's Pension # 46945.  Info from Jeanna Chowning
Biography with Obituary with Scan & Cemetery Marker
W. A.  Carroll Ward's Cem. near Richland Creek.
Dec 3, 1842 - Jan 12, 1903
Enlisted Aug 1861 B. F. Carroll's Company Reserve Beat #6, Navarro Co., TX 19th Brigade.
Francis M Carter Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery

Francis M Carter
United States Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards
Name Francis M Carter
Event Type Pension
Event Date 1907-1933
Event Place United States
Form Type Army Invalid
Death Date 04 Jan 1911

John C. Carter Rice Cemetery
Apr 3, 1847 - Aug 11, 1908
Enlisted Limestone County, TX 19th Brigade of Cavalry
Husband of Dora Mae (Webster) Carter
J. T. Caskey Liberty Hill
Co. F 1 Tenn. Cav. CSA
Photo of Grave Site
James Jackson Castles Grape Creek Cemetery
Oct 24, 1818 - Aug 24, 1879
Enlisted Aug 1861 in Capt. Elizah Bishop's Reserve Company, Beat #1, Navarro Co., TX 19th Brigade
George L. Cayce Chatfield Cemetery
Sep 12, 1845 - Mar 30, 1914
2nd Cpl Company A, 7th Regt mounted infantry of Kentucky under Gen Forest.
Samuel Lee Chambliss Oakwood Cemetery
Apr 8, 1814 - Jun 18, 1869
Colonel in Louisiana Inf
W. H. Chancellor Cade Cemetery
Oct 11, 1827 - Jul 30, 1909
Enlisted Aug 1861 at Fairfield, Freestone County, TX under Capt. William M/ Peck as a bugler Capt. Wm. M. Peck. Re-enlisted 1862 for three years under Capt. J. C. Means.
Thomas H. Chandler Eureka Cemetery
[no dates]
Co. E 19 GA Inf. CSA

Served in Co B, Waul's Texas Legion under Capt. L. D. Bradley.
Pension #50996

William Hamilton Chapman Dresden Cemetery
Dec 25, 1833 - Oct 20, 1898
Pvt 20 Texas Inf. CSA
Marker Photo;
Husband of Altha Annie (Nichols) Chapman & Isabell (Primrose) Chapman
Dr. Jasper Newton Cheney Oakwood Cemetery
Jul 12, 1832- Oct 11, 1911
James Oliver Childress Cryer Creek Cemetery
Mar 10, 1846 - Jan 26, 1886
Capt. Company B. Miss. 40th Regt. Promoted to Lt. Col.
John William Christie Cryer Creek Cemetery
Nov 10, 1843 - Apr 26, 1920
Pvt 34 Ala. Inf. CSA
Cemetery Marker Photo | Obituary
James W. Christie Edens Cem. near Corsicana
Wife and son are bur. Dawson Cemetery
Pension #25290
William Loyd Church Oakwood Cemetery
Oct 26, 1839 - Oct 8, 1922
John D. Clark Oakwood Cemetery
Daughters of the Confederacy Lot
1831 - Mar 19, 1911
Moss's Company, Co. E, 13th Texas Infantry Regiment; Navarro Countains
William T. Clark Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery
May 8, 1845 - Aug. 17, 1899
CSA Co.5 Ala. Cal.
William Wallace Clark Some sources show he is buried at Birdston Cem. near Streetman, but Tim found him actually buried with his wife at the Magnolia Cemetery, Onalaska, Polk Co., TX.
[See his Find-a-grave entry]
Pension #: 8425
Francis M. Clary Campbell-Elrod Cemetery
Company D, Ragsdale's Battalion, TX Cavalry
Joseph Alvey Clayton Chatfield Cemetery
Dec 30, 1917 - Oct 1, 1873
Early in 1861, and after hostilities began he served as the captain of a reserve company in the Nineteenth Infantry Brigade, TX Militia.
Biography of his son, Mitchel Steele Clayton;
Also Served in the Texas War for Independence at San Jacinto
Judge Joseph Arthur Lewis Lowry Clements Ingram Family Cemetery, Rural Shade, Navarro Co., TX
Dec 5, 1823 in Telfair Co. GA - Jan 20, 1893 in Kerens, Navarro Co., TX
Became justice of Peace in the Rural Shade area.  Later Post Master of Rural Shade from 1861 to 1867, except for parts of 1863, 1864, & 1865 in which he first enlisted in the Navarro County rifles, 19th brigade of the CSA and was sworn in as a Staff Sergeant with the duties of an Appraiser at Camp Murrah, Freestone County.  In Nov of 1863 he was made a full First Lieutenant and given Command of "L" Troop.  He was stationed in Galveston, TX.  On Jan 30, 1864, he was paid $100.00 in confederate money as he commissioned officer salary for the year. See Navarro County Leaves & Branches Oct 1999 pg 14 for family history.
James H. Clemens [Cem. not given]
Aug 13, 1844 - Jan 5, 1913
Enlisted 1861 at Galveston, TX. Served under Capt. Thomas S. Douglass in  Co H, 2nd Regt, Ashbel Smith Commanding officer.
Louis A Clemons Liberty Hill Cemetery
Mar 10, 1841 - Jun 26, 1917
Enlisted 9/25/1861 at Galveston, TX for the duration of the war under Capt. Thomas S. Douglas. Co H 2nd Regiment, Ashbel Smith, Commanding officer.
John H. Clifton Dresden Cemetery
Jun 6, 1839 - Aug 15, 1887
Served in Tennessee-Sgt Co. K-2 Regt Tenn Cav. CSA as Commissary Sgt. Joined Oct 16, 1862, discharged Jul 6, 1865.
Benjamin Michaux Clopton Oakwood Cemetery
Oct 1, 1828-  Apr 7, 1900
Wife, Texana T. (Lynn) Clopton, Receid Pension #19168;
Link to Benjamin Micheu Clopton Website;
Photo of Benjamin Michaux Clopton
Medicus "Med" Eugene Clough Dresden Cemetery (no marker)
Jun 30, 1844 - Aug 5, 1927
Co. F 2 Regt. Bh Tex. Cav. CSA
Pension #12559

Obituary & Cemetery Marker
Cary L. Cobb Rose Hill Cemetery
Info from Diane Richards
W. H. Cockerell Oakwood Cemetery
1844 - Sep 28, 1925
Co B, Waul's Texas Legion under Capt. L. D. Bradley in the Inf. He died Sep 11, 1941 in Kerens TX
Pension #51214
Information submitted by camp 359 SCV
Researched by Dana Stubbs and Alice Bell
Robert W. Coffey Oakwood Cemetery
1819 - 1894
Enlisted August 1861 in the Reserve Cavalry, Ellis Co 19th Brigade; 1st Lt.
Caleb Cole Oakwood Cemetery
Dec 2, 1846 - May 14, 1942
William Wallace Coleman Cade Cemetery
Aug 1829 - Jan 15, 1903
Served Company I, 19th TX Regiment
James H. Collins Elmo Cemetery near Winkler, Navarro Co., TX
Apr 5, 1835 - Jul 22, 1898
Enlisted Jan 8, 1863 at Crockett under Capt. William Houston in Co B Houston City 11th Brig, TX State Troops
Romulus M. Collins Oakwood Cemetery
Apr 6, 1844 - Mar 20, 1912
Co F, 13th GA Regiment
Was in battle of Vicksburg, Fredericksburg, and others.
Edward Parkson Conner Conner Family Cemetery,
Jul 4, 1832 - Jan 5, 1911
Enlisted in 1862 in Company F, Texas Troops, Morgan's Battalion || Biography
Shadrick James "Shade" Conner Conner Family Cemetery,
Information from Elaine DeWitt  [email protected]

19th Brigade of Texas Militia, Company A & G, 20th TX Cavalry.  Enlisted Ma 10, 1862.  This unit known as Morgan's Battalion, Parsons Brigade.  Information: Leaves & Branches, Feb 1999.

Thomas Edward Conner, Sr. Conner Family Cemetery,
Nov 12, 1857 - Aug 30, 1913
Note: Navarro County History Vol. II, pg 102; Biography
Samuel G. Cook Younger Cemetery
1839 - Aug 7, 1895
Co K, 10th TN Regiment
James Pinckney Copeland New Pursley Cemetery
May 16, 1842 - Jun 27, 1916
CSA Company H. 27th Georgia Regiment
A. L. “Abb” Cordell Long Prairie Cemetery
No. dates.
Co K, 29th Ala Inf.
Elijah Melton Cornell Oakwood Cemetery/Post Oak Cemetery
May 6, 1841 - Feb 24, 1924
Enlisted Feb 18, 1864 with Company A., 7th Regt. US Infantry in TN
Cemetery Maker Photo at Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, TX;   Obituary
John Cortty Catholic Cemetery Corsicana
1840 - 1930
Lt. Co. E, 40th VA Volunteers Infantry
Henry Andrew Couch  Kerens City Cemetery
Jan 14, 1845 - Apr 20, 1921
Solomon L. Courtney Dawson Cemetery
Feb 16, 1838 Mississippi - Feb 28, 1928 Dawson, TX
Co. D. 7th Texas. Cavalry CSA
Pension 5417; Funeral Notice
Additional Info from Pam Caldwell Apr 2002
E. Cowan New Chatfield Cemetery
1831 - Oct 29, 1903
CSA Marker on grave
William Harris Cowan Oakwood Cemetery
1844 - Sep 28, 1925
Pension #19536

Lawson Edward Cowart Oakwood Cemetery
1841 - Jun 13, 1910
Pension #12560
Ephraim Cox Rice Cemetery
Sep 5, 1848 - Dec 25, 1917
Enlisted Jun 1861 in Washington Co. TX. in Capt. Davis Mounted Riflemen.
George Abner Coxsey Prairie Grove Cemetery
Sep 5, 1822 - Sep 23, 1898
Company E, Unit 5, McKenzie's TN Cavalry, First Lieutenant, Confederate
Family Website
James William Crews Oakwood Cemetery
Nov 24, 1848 - Mar 1, 1913

Corp., Company A., 2 KY Cavalry CSA
William Crofts Oakwood Cemetery
Feb 9, 1827 - Apr 20, 1906
Capt. B. D. McKie's TX Volunteers. Later transferred to Quartermaster Corps.
John "Jack" Crotty Calvary Cemetery
Company E., 40 US VA Inf. CSA
John Crowley Prarie Point Cemetery
Oct 13, 1831 - Feb 9, 1891
Co. D. 43 MS Infantry - CSA
Married Mary Jane Thompson 7 Oct 1855 in Mississippi. - Eleven Children 
Marker Photo
Henry Washington Crumbley Oakwood Cemetery
Jul 29, 1842 - Nov 19, 1913
Robert H. Cubley Oakwood Cemetery
Mar 27, 1839 - Jan 20, 1897  (year of birth might be 1838)
Company E., Elmo's Regt. in Louisiana and on Gulf Coast
Biography as Sheriff
William Henderson Culbreath Dawson Cemetery
No dates
Pension #40195; and Widows' Pension #41333
John Calhoun Cummins Old Chatfield Cemetery
Nov 15, 1822 - Dec 24, 1901
Biography and Photo of Marker; Link to: Family Outline

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