Company I, 4th Texas Volunteer Infantry
The Navarro Rifles
Navarro County, Texas
Navarro County TX Civil War Rosters Index
|Allen, William B.
||Private; Enlisted April 5,
1862 in Navarro Co., TX; Member of Co I, 4th Texas when surrendered at Appomattox;
Paroled Appomattox on April 12, 1865.
||Private, Died in hospital, Richmond VA on Dec 7, 1861
|Anderson, John L.
||Private, Died in hospital, Richmond VA on Nov 2, 1861
||Private, was a farmer when he
enlisted. Was captured at Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse on May
10, 1864 and sent to Elmira, NY. Died of pneumonia on Jan 28, 1865
at the Elmira camp and was buried in Grave No. 1686. Personal
effects: 10 cents.
|Austin, James H.
Biography & Cemetery Marker
|Bales, William Henry
||Private, Enlisted in Harrison County Texas on April 17,
1862. He died at Chimborazo hospital in Richmond on May 22, 1862 of
|Barnett, J. H.
||Private promoted to 4th
Corporal Sept 20, 1861; died in the
hospital at Fredericksburg VA on March 12, 1862
||Was taken prisoner at
Sharpsburg on Sept 17, 1862 and was later exchanged. Barry was
captured again on Sept 20, 1863 near Chickamauga, Georgia was sent to the
prisoner war camp at Douglas Illinois, where he spent the remainder of the
war and was discharged on June 14, 1865
||Private; Member of Co I, 4th
Texas when surrendered at Appomattox April 12, 1865; Was never
wounded. Lived in Marlin, Falls Co., TX as of
Jan 1, 1908
Burial Information and Marker
|Beasley, Jesse R.
||Private Beasley, J. R. - died
hospital Dec 1861; Killed in action in the Battle of Second Manassas Aug 30,
||Private Beasley, Jesse - killed 2nd
battle Manassas (same as J. R. ?)
|Beasley, John T.
||Corporal; Died in a hospital in Richmond, Virginia on Nov 6,
|Beasley, Matthew S.
||Private Bishop John d. 1863
Several sources (excluding Polk's) list a John
Bishop serving in Co I, 4th TX but as much as it pains me, I have to ask
you to take him out of Winkler's list. I know he is listed and I believe
he probably started to join, but he did not leave Corsicana and he did not
died in 1863. He is one of my ancestors and he was one of those that some
want to hid under a bush. Not me. He was a rustler, outlaw. I believe him
to be buried at Hamilton Beeman and we put a marker by the side of his
wife. I do not know where he is buried for sure. He did, well, is listed
as serving with Co A, McKie's Sqd. Morgan's Reg't 20
TX. AND I HAD ENOUGH PROOF FOR THAT TO GET HIS GRAVE MARKER.
I would give anything to have him as one of
Hood's Texas boys but it just ain't so. Hood's Texans, they are our
hero's. Norman has one buried near Waco. But John Bishop is not one. I
have a family picture taken in front of their home out at Retreat, if you
would like it I can send it. It is not clear but it was taken late in
1860. It is in a cotton field it looks like.
... Dana Stubbs Jan 2002
|Buasm A, J.
||Private Bias, A. J. - d. 1863
|Black, H. F.
||Private, Enlisted April 9,
1862; was wounded and disabled at the Second Manassas battle on August 30,
1862. This wound was serious enough that he was discharged and sent
|Black, James R.
||Private Enlisted Apr. 3,
1862 in Navarro Co., TX. Discharged
April 5, 1862 in Navarro County TX because of "hemorrhoids of long
standing, old age, and completely broken down."
|Boynton, G. S.
||Private Boynton, G. S. - discharged
health Dec 1861; Private, discharged for disability "chronic
bronchitis" on Sept 20, 1862; bur Oakwood
Corsicana, Navarro Co., TX; no dates on marker.
|Brewster, A. J.
after crossing Rapidan River, Va., Aug. 23, 1862: Rejnd. Co.: Sick,
Winter, 1862-63: Deserted, Mar.26, 1864: Also reported as POW.
|Byas, Andrew J.
||Private, Enlisted March 24, 1862 by in Navarro County TX
by Capt. Winkler. He
had chronic rheumatism, and died of pneumonia in Richmond VA on March 11,
|Caddel, J. D.
||Private / Sergeant, Was wounded
at Battle of Gaines's Mill on June 27, 1862 and was killed at Petersburg
June 176, 1864
|Carroll, William E.
||Private, enlisted March 24,
1862 in Navarro County TX. He was wounded in the shoulder at the
Battle of Gaines's Mill, June 27, 1862 and was killed in action at the
Battle of Chickamauga on Sept 19, 1863.
|Casady, J. M.
||Private/3Sgt Casady, J. M. - sick and
discharged for "inability and old age" Oct 18, 1861
|Childress, B. F.
||Private Childress, B. F.
Became sick with Typhoid fever during the summer of 1862. Killed
Chickamauga 20 Sept 1863
|Clements, Joseph Arthur Lewis Lowry
||[ see burial notes] ...added 11/1999
|Crabb, E. S.
||Private. Was wounded at
Second Manassas on Aug 20, 1862. Furlough granted on Oct 1862; AWOL
Feb 1863. Discharged for disability. The July-Aug muster roll shows that
he had drowned in TX on Sept 4, 1863.
|Crabtree, John William
||Private J. W. Crabtree
Wounded on July 1, 1862 at Malvern Hill Virginia. Detached duty with
Provost Guard Apr-June, 1963; Hospitalized Fall of 1863; Member of Co I, 4th Texas when surrendered at Appomattox.
Lived in Stone Point, Van Zandt Co., TX in 1908. Married to Josephine
Phails on Sept 17, 19-5 in Van Zandt Co., TX. Received Pension
#30153. Buried at Elm Grove Cemetery in Van Zandt Co., TX. (1842 - 1932)
|Crawford, Robert W.
||Private / Sergeant, Wounded and
taken prisoner at Second Manassas on Aug 30, 1862, but was later exchanged
|Crossland, Alex M.
Buried at Texas State Cemetery, Austin, Travis County, Texas
|Dillard, Frank P.
wounded at Sharpsburg on Sept.17, 1862 and discharged due to hepatitis
& lung disease on Feb 17, 1863
|Dozier, Henry H.
||Private Enlisted March 24, 1862
in Navarro County, TX. He died of lung disease at Danville, VA on June 7, 1862.
|Duncan, Ira P.
||Private Duncan, Ira P. Died in
hospital Richmond, December 9, 1861
|Duren, John Wesley
|Fagan, James G.
discharged Nov 20, 1862
|Fondran, W. A.
||Private . - Killed Gaines' Mill 27 June 1862. He was the first man from Navarro
County Company to be killed in action.
|Fortson, J. R.
||Private Enlisted March 18, 1862
in Navarro County by
Capt Winkler. He was discharged
due to pelvic disease of the kidneys on Dec 18,
returned to Texas 1862.
|Foster, G. W.
||Private - Wounded in three separate
battles. He was wounded at Second Manassas on Aug 30, 1862 in the
left leg, was wounded again on May 6, 1864 at the Battle of the
Wilderness. Was again wounded on Oct. 7, 1864 at the Battle of
Darbytown Road. His names appears on a register of an Invalid Corps
Jan 6, 1865 In Waco, TX. Discharged for disability on 7 Oct 1864.
|Foster, J. A.
||Private, promoted to 4th
Corporal on Apr 1862. He was
wounded in the Battle of Second Manassas August 30, 1862 and was captured
and exchanged on Sept. 29, 1862. He was discharged on April 1, 1863.
|Foster, M. L.
||Private Was listed as missing
Jan 31, 1863 - died
|Franklin, B. F.
returned to Texas 1862
||Private Wounded in the leg in
the Battle of Gaines's Mill, Virginia on June 27, 1862. He was
discharged and returned to Texas in 1862. He did not return to the
|Fuller, James L.
||Private, Enlisted March 24,
1862 in Navarro County, Texas. Fuller was wounded in the groin, hip,
and arm during the Battle of the Wilderness on May 6, 1864 and died of his
wounds on June 20, 1864
|Fuller, W. W.
||Private - Detached duty as a
teamster, was sick during the winter of 1862-1863. discharged January 1863
|Garner, E. M.
||Private- Wounded in the head in
the battle of Gaines's Mill. He was killed in action at the battle
of Sharpsburg on September 17, 1862
||Died in Chimborazo hospital, Richmond Va. on May 15, 1863 of typhoid fever
|Green, John F.
||Private. Detached duty
as a teamster 1861-1852. Taken prisoner at Boonsboro on Sept 16, 1862
. Confined at Camp Douglas Ill. Exchanged Oct 7, 1863. Shown as present on March-April 1863 muster
roll. Was listed as missing on the July-Aug 1864 muster roll.
He was captured again near Chickamauga on Sept 20, 1863 and sent to a
military prison in Louisville, KY
||Private, Enlisted March 24,
1862 in Navarro County, TX. He was wounded in the side of his chest
in the battle of Gaines's Mill on June 27, 1862 and did not get back to
the company until May or June of 1863. He was a 33 year old
farmer. Granted furlough to Texas and did not return to company.
||Private, age 49, Enlisted March
24, 1862 in Navarro County, TX. Was discharged old age and disability
(chronic rheumatism) on Oct 10, 1862
Confederate Memorial Website. No other information at this time.
||Private Received the oath of
allegiance on May 26, 1865 at Chattanooga, Tennessee. Paroled at
Chattanooga, TN on May 26, 1865. He is buried
in Brushy Prairie Cemetery, Near
Frost, Navarro Co., TX He was born
in 1826 and died in 1914.
|Halderman, John W.
||Private; Wounded with a slight
head and arm wound in the battle of the Wilderness on May 6, 1864.
Was paroled at Appomattox Court House on April 12, 1864.
|Hamilton, James D
||Private, promoted 3 Cpl on
Dec 28, 1861- Discharged for chronic diarrhea on July
|Hamilton, Jesse L.
||Private - Enlisted April 1,
1862 in Navarro County TX. Reported sick Summer of 1862. Was discharged for complication from the
measles (or asthma) on Sept 24, 1862.
||Private - Reported as having
died in a hospital at Richmond, on Nov 20, 1861 but cemetery records of
the Civil War Veterans show a B. F. Harper, born July 2, 1820 and a member
of Company I, 4th Texas to have died on Feb 29, 1884, and to be buried in
the Dresden Cemetery, Navarro Co., TX
|Harris, Joseph Q.
||Private - Killed at Gettysburg, 2 July 1863;
Joseph Harris enlisted as a private in Co. I of the 4th Texas
Infantry on 17 July 1861 in Navarro County, Texas. In January and February
of 1862, he was reported as absent sick in Bedford, Virginia. He appears as
present for duty at all other times until his death during the
Gettysburg. According to his obituary, he died on July 3, 1863. However,
other sources state that he was killed during the assault on Little Round
Top on July 2. According to John Spencer in From Corsicana to Appomattox,
Joseph Harris and James Polk were the first men to reach a Federal battery
near Devil's Den. "Harris, anxious to see where the Federals have gone, puts
his hand on one of the guns and looks over it toward the Federals; just then
a shell explodes near them, Harris turns, his face white as sun-bleached cow
bones, and tries to walk, but the seal of death is already on him and he
falls near Polk, his chest ripped apart by shrapnel." His obituary states
that he participated in "nine severe battles" prior to his death; likely
they included Seven Pines, Gaines' Mill,
|Harrison, Henry H.
||Private; Present for duty
during most of the war. Member of Co I, 4th
Texas when surrendered at Appomattox on April 12, 1865
|Harrison, J. J.
||Private; Discharged on Nov 29,
1862 on certificate of disability for partial blindness, re-enlisted in the company. Was a member of Co I, 4th
Texas when surrendered at Appomattox.
|Henderson, George W.
|Herbert, J. H.
||Private - wounded in the
shoulder in the Battle of 2nd Manassas on Aug 30, 1862, disabled and discharged
on March 13, 1863. Lived in Brentwood, Tenn as of Jan 1, 1908
|Hill, B. J.
||B. J. C. Hill resigned and ret Tex
||Private Private, Wounded in the
hand in the Battle of Gaines's Mill June 27, 1862. He was killed in a
skirmish at White Oak Swamp on Aug 16, 1864.
|Hill, Jervis H.
||Private - Wounded in the arm
on June 27, 1862 in the Battle of Gaines's Mill and was wounded again in
the Battle of Sharpsburg on September 17, 1862. Also is shown as a
prisoner of war at the Battle of Sharpsburg on Sept 28, 1862, and was
discharged on Nov 3, 1862 due to amputation of his right arm "caused
by a musket ball."
|Holloway, Robert G.
||Private / 4th Sergeant, was
sounded at Sharpsburg on Sept 17, 1862. Holloway was one of those
listed as a prisoner of war at Appomattox Court House on April 12, 1865. Member of Co I, 4th Texas when surrendered at Appomattox. Lived in Beard, KY as of Jan 1, 1908.
|Hunt, Benjamin Franklin
||Hunt, Benjamin Franklin, C.M Winkler's Company 19th
Brigade, Texas State Troops Texas Cavalry; b 6 Dec 1820 Murphreesboro, TN; d
1872 Chatfield, TX; m Maria Francis Donaldson Murphreesboro, TN; b 1823
Bowling Green, KY; d 1899 Blum, TX.
|Jefferson, W. R.
||Private, taken prisoner at
Williamsport on Sept 15 or 16, 1862 and was exchanged at Aikins Landing on
Oct 2, 1862. Jefferson was captured again while in the hospital in
Richmond on May 28, 1865. Was released at Hammond General
Hospital, Point Lookout, Maryland on July 25, 1865.
|Jackson, William G.
||4th sergeant / 1st
sergeant. He was captured at the Battle of Seven Pines (Fair Oaks)
between May 31, 1862 and June 1, 1862 and was exchanged at Aikens Landing
on August 5, 1862. Was badly wounded in the right arm while leading
the company at the Battle of Darbytown Road on October 7, 1864, which
apparently disabled him for the remainder of the war. At the time of
his wound, Jackson was 1st Sergeant of the company. He lived in Confederate Home as of Jan 1, 1908
Jackson, William G., Co I, Hood's Brigade, Army of N. Va., died Aug
29, 1912, aged 79 yrs.
Jackson was an original member of Co I, 4 TX Inf., Hood's Brigade,
enlisting at Corsicana July 17, 1861 and mustered into the Confederate
service "for the war" at Richmond, VA, Sept. 30, 1861 as 4Sgt.
He was demoted to the ranks Dec. 24, 1861. He was taken a POW at Seven
Pines on June 1, 1863 and confined at Ft. Delaware prison until he was
exchanged on Aug. 5, 1862. He was promoted to 1Sgt on Feb. 4, 1864.
Jackson was serving as 1Sgt at the Battle of Darbytown Rd were he was
badly wounded. He lived his last years on earth at the Confederate Home
in Austin, Texas and is buried at the Texas State Cemetery in Austin.
|Jester, George Taylor
||Private, Enlisted some time in early 1865 and was on his way
to the war at the time of Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House.
Lieutenant Governor of Texas
(1894-1898); Buried at
Oakwood Cemetery, Navarro
Co., TX. Served as Father of
Texas Governor, Beauford
|Jordan, John C.
||Private - Sick Fall
& Winter 1862, Detached duty with Brig. Provost Guard, Spring of 1864.
in retreat from Petersburg, Captured April 1865, may have been the last
active member of the company to surrender.
||Private Kennedy, Thomas -
wounded at the Battle of Second Manassas on August 30, 1862 and was discharged
for disability May 5, 1862.
|Killian, Hugh Lawson
||Private; wounded and
captured at Sharpsburg
on September 17, 1862. Was captured and confined at Ft. McHenry,
MD. Exchanged: Hospitalized summer of 1864. He is
listed as being in the Invalid Corps at Waco, TX on Sept 27, 1864.
H. L. W. Killian is buried in the Liberty Chapel Cemetery in Montague
County near Spanish Fort. H. L. W. Killian married Mary Jane Russell who
was born in Madison County, AR. [
Killian Family] ..... Robert Kimble
|Knight, C. G.
||Private, Discharged by order of Sec. of War on November
||Private - Transferred
|Lanham, J. B.
||Private, Promoted to 1st Cpl
on Dec 28, 1861 -
wounded in the Battle of Sharpsburg on 17 Sept 1862. Was wounded
again in the right thigh on Oct 7, 1864. Discharged for disability.
|Lea, James B.
||Private - Enlisted April 4,
1863 in Navarro County, TX. Was captured at the Battle of
Spotsylvania Court House on May 20, 1864. He was sent by the
Federals to Elmira, New York.
|Lemmon, Albert M.
|Loughridge, James Rodgers
& Cemetery Markers
|Lummus, Jim M.
||Private, Wounded Aug 30, 1862
at the Battle of Second Manassas, disabled and Furloughed
1862-63. Discharged April 1, 1863; Lived in Navarro Co., TX as of Jan 1, 1908.
Received Pension #8426.
Died 5 Aug 1927 Madison
|McMorris, J. M.
||Private, Was killed in action
in the Battle of Second Manassas on Aug 30, 1862 - died
in hospital Dec 1861
|Massey, James H.
||Private Wounded in the arm on
June 2, 1862 in a skirmish on the Chickahominy River. He was wounded again
in the knee at the Battle of Chickamauga on Sept 20 or 21, 1863.
Discharged for disability on June 14, 1864, A letter in the
file, signed by Massey indicates that as a result of his wound at
Chickamauga, his left leg was amputated five inches below the knee.
|Meador, A. L.
||Private, He was sick in the
hospital in Richmond on Oct 25, 1861 and died in a hospital at Richmond,
Nov 11, 1861
|Melton, J. E.
Musician/private. transferred to band and litter bearers 1863; He
was captured at Burkeville, April 7, 1865.
NOTES: Info at
Website has I. E. Melton, Pvt. Winkler, C.M.; Co for Navarro Cty., Brig,
TST; Enlisted May 3, 1861. Also lists James Melton, Pvt. Winkler, C.M.;
Co. for Navarro Cty., 19th Brig., TST Enlisted May 3, 1861
|Miller, Robert S.
||Private, Was wounded at the
Battle of Second Manassas on Aug 30, 1862. Captured at Gettysburg
and sent to Fort Delaware as a prisoner. He was released at the close of war
on June 9, 1865. Lived in Lufkin, TX as of Jan 1, 1908.
|Mills, Nathaniel J.
|Mitchell, W. H.
discharged for "inability & asthma" March 20, 1862
|Morris, T. R.
||Private, promoted to 3rd
Sergeant on Nov 7, 1861. Absent on recruiting duty to Texas Feb-Apr
1862. He was sonded at Malvern Hill on July 1, 1862 and again at the Battle of Second Manassas on Aug 30, 1862. Was listed
as a prisoner of war on Sept 29, 1862 and was paroled on Sept 30,
1862. Morris died of his wounds received at
2nd battle of Manassas on Oct 4, 1862. Morris had also been wounded in
the battle of Malvern Hill at Poindexter's Farm on July 1, 1862.
|Neal, Jeff H.
||Private Died on Nov 14, 1861
while in the hospital in Richmond, Virginia. There is an S. H. Neal
of Company I, 4th Texas buried at the
Chatfield Cemetery, Navarro Co., TX who was
born in 1840 and died in 1898.
|Ogilvie, J. R.
||2nd lieutenant, Resigned on Oct
31, 1861 "on account of inability" and returned
to TX Dec 1861
|Orndoff, J. H.
||Private, Enlisted March 31,
1862 in Navarro County, TX Detached duty with Regimental Commissary as a
teamster Nov 1862 to the end of the war. Was a member of Co I, 4th Texas when surrendered at Appomattox.
Patrick H. "Paddy".
discharged Nov 14, 1861 due to bad health. He
was the son of Ephraim Brevard
& Nancy (Smith) Osborne. See photo at Osborne
|Osborne, T. A.
||Private, died of typhoid fever on Feb 20, 1862 while near
Dumfries Virginia. Photo
of Headstone & Information; son of Ephraim Brevard
& Nancy (Smith) Osborne.
HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGADE: A COMPENDIUM
by Harold B. Simpson, page 545 "Nicknames abounded among the young
soldiers who applied monikers with wild abandon to describe physical,
moral, or professional characteristics. One gets a visual image of 'Sandy'
Osborne..." page 158 "Osborne, T. A. ("Sandy") - Died
of typhoid fever, Feb. 20, 1862 near Dumfries, VA. .... info from Dana
|Pelham, James L.
||Private, was discharged due to a broken leg on Nov 2, 1861.
|Pennington, C. W.
||Private/2sergeant. He died
on the way to Virginia on Sept 15, 1861 near Decatur, Alabama
||(probably private) Enlisted April 3, 1862 in Navarro County
TX. He died at Winder Hospital, Richmond, VA about May 25, 1862.
|Platt, W. G.
||Private He was
wounded in the foot in the Battle of Gaines's Mill on June 17, 1862.
On November 1, 1862 Platt was transferred to Company B, 19th Regiment
Louisiana Inf. Volunteers.
|Polk, James M.
|Purseley, T. Lewis
||Private P- died in hospital
, Richmond VA on Nov 15,
|Rice, J. L.
||Private, Enlisted March 31, 1862 in Navarro County,
Texas. Died Richmond, Virginia on July 18, 1862.
|Rice, L. W.
|Rice, R. N.
||Private, At the battle of
Second Manassas on Aug 30, 1862. Listed as missing in action, died
hospital December 1861
|Riggs, Steven Madison
||Private, promoted to 2nd
Sergeant on Sept 20, 1861, nickname was
Tobe, and he was a cousin of J. M. Polk. Riggs never missed a roll
call or a battle, but just before the Battle of Chickamauga on Sept 19,
1863, he had the chills and looked bad. Polk urged him to see the
doctor who would surely excuse him, but Riggs would not do it. A
little later the company was ordered into position, and a charge at the
Federal line. Riggs went down with a ball in his leg. It was
later amputated, but he died on Sept 21, 1863.
|Robertson, J. R.
||Private, Enlisted March 18, 1862 in Navarro Co., TX. He is not shown on any of the company muster rolls,
but he is listed by Simpson as having enlisted March 24, 1862 in Navarro
County, Texas, and as being discharged for disability in Oct 1862.
|Ruskin, M. D. L.
||Private, Enlisted March 24,
1862 in Navarro County, TX He died with small pox on Jan 5, 1863 in
a Richmond hospital.
|Self, J. P. T.
||Private, Enlisted March 15, 1863 in Navarro County,
Texas. No information other than that he was missing about May 14,
1863. This could not be confirmed. Reported Deserted March 14,
|Sessions, Egbert G.
|Sessions, T. J.
||Private; He died in a Richmond,
Virginia Hospital on November 7, 1861
|Shaw, J. R.
||Private; Enlisted April 3, 1862
in Navarro County, TX. He was never sick or absent up to the Battle
of Gaines's Mill June 27, 1862, when he was wounded in the thigh. Member of Co I, 4th
Texas when surrendered at Appomattox on April 12, 1865
|Simmons, J. W.
||Private, age 42.
Discharged March 31, 1863 due to poor health reasons (rheumatism)
David White Cemetery
|Smith, W. G.
||Private age 60,
discharged Nov 7, 1862 - old age & rheumatism.
|Smith, W. T.
||Private Was wounded at the
Battle of Second Manassas on Aug 30, 1862. Smith was killed in the
Battle of Gettysburg 2 July 1863
|Spence, W. P.
||Private, He was made acting
color corporal on April 1, 1862. Spence was wounded in the Battle of
2nd Manassas on Aug 30, 1862 and died of his wounds on Sept 12, 1862.
|Stewart, J. D.
||Private/4th corporal. He was discharged on Nov 23, 1861. Other
records show he was wounded and disabled Gaines' Mill, 27 June 1863
|Stokes, Cornelius H.
||Private, Enlisted March 13,
1863 in Navarro County, Texas. The muster roll lists him as being killed
in the Battle of Cold Harbor on 2 June 1864. He was shot by a
sniper. Was also wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness in the arm
and back, about one month earlier on May 6, 1864. He had not fully
recovered from these wounds, but insisted on going back to duty.
|Templeton, A. N.
||Private. Discharged for disability on Dec 30, 861. No other info found on muster rolls, however there
is an Allison N. Templeton who was born May 7, 1820 and died on Dec 28,
1882 and is buried in the Oakwood Cemetery in
|Templeton, M. B.
||Private. Enlisted April
1, 1862 in Navarro County, TX.. Died
hospital December 1861 *Obviously one of these dates
is in error.
|Templeton, William W.
||Private. Was wounded in the
left shoulder on May 6, 1864 at the Wilderness battle. He recovered
from this wound and was one of the few who survived to Appomattox Court
House. Member of Co I, 4th Texas when surrendered at Appomattox; He
lived in Cameron, TX d. at Dallas 13 May 1909. He is buried in the Marlin
Burial Information and
|Terrell, S. B.
||Private Enlisted July 17,
1861 in Navarro Co., TX. Promoted to 4th Sergeant Dec 28, 1861.. Wounded on
April 21, 1864 at Suffolk, VA and died at Petersburg, Virginia on June 4, 1863.
|Towers, William H.
||3rd Corporal, Along with many others, he died in the hospital in
Richmond Virginia on Nov 16, 1861.
|Treadwell, James H.
||Private, At the Gaines's Mill
battle, Treadwell was wounded in the foot. Fought at Gaines' Mill
June 27, 1862. Detached duty at a teamster on Jne 1863. Member of Co I, 4th Texas when surrendered at Appomattox
on April 12, 1865.
||2nd corporal / corporal. He died of pneumonia in the hospital in
Fredericksburg on March 12, 1862.
|Utzman, J. L.
musician/private. Demoted from musican to ranks on Nov. 20, 1861;
Detchd service as butcher o March 1, 1862. Was captured April 3, 1865, and was transferred
from Libby prison to Newport News, Virginia on April 23, 1865. He died
Brown County, TX. Member of Co I, 4th Texas when surrendered at Appomattox
|Wade, R. H.
||Private, Wounded in the leg and
foot during Battle Gaines' Mill on June 27, 1862. He was unable to
walk without the aid of a "Stick," and it was recommended by the
surgeon that he be given light duty. He died in Dallas, Texas 13 May 1909.
Lived in Falls Co., TX as of Jan 1, 1908; d. at Dallas 13 May 1909
|Walker, H. E.
||Private, At the battle of
Gaines's Mill, June 27, 1862 he was wounded in the shoulder. Killed
2nd Battle of Wilderness 6 May 1864
|Walker, J. C.
||Private, Promoted to sergeant
on Dec 28, 1861, and resigned back to private on Feb 24, 1862. He
was a prisoner of the Federals at one time, and was killed at the battle
of Chickamauga 19 Sept 1863
||Private, Enlisted March 24,
1862 in Navarro County, TX. He died in the Texas Hospital in
Richmond, Virginia on Aug 14, 1863 of lung trouble.
||Private, Enlisted March 31,
1862 in Navarro County, TX. He barely reached the front line in time
for the Battle of Gaines's Mill, Virginia on June 27, 1862, where he was
wounded in the mouth & leg. While lying on the field, he was shot in in
the mouth. - lost
in East Tennessee 1864
||Private, age 48,
Detached duty with Regimental Commissary on Oct 1861 - Oct 1862.
Detached duty with Division Hdqtrs Dec 1862 - Nov 1863. He was
given a discharge on Surg. Cert of disability (insane) on Nov 18, 1863. He signed his Federal parole in
Navarro County TX on June 8, 1865. He was born in the Kingdom of
Bavaria - discharged
|Welch, John C.
||Private; Detached as
teamster Nov 1861. During the Battle of
Gaines's Mill, on June 27, 1862 he was wounded in the thigh at
Gaines' Mill on June 17, 1862 and again wounded in the knee in the Battle
of the Wilderness on May 6, 1864. Member of Co I, 4th
Texas when surrendered at Appomattox
|Welch, Mike H.
||Private, He was discharged on
account of disability in Richmond, Virginia on Jan 6, 1862.
|Westbrook, George W.
||Private. Died in the Clay
Street Church Hospital in Richmond, Virginia on Oct 31, 1861. He died in hospital
in Virginia, 1862
|Westbrook, J. H.
||Private. He died in the hospital in Richmond on Dec 5,
|Westbrook, J. N.
||Private. He died of pneumonia while in the hospital in
Fredericksburg VA on March 23, 1862.
|Col. Winkler, Clinton McKamy
colonel. After the Battle of Gettysburg he was promoted to major,
with rank to July 21, 1863. Winkler was wounded by a minie' ball at
the Battle of Gettysburg. He was promoted again on Aug 10, 1864,
this time to Lieutenant Colonel. During the Battle of the
Wilderness, Winkler commanded a regiment and for a brief time, while its
commander was out with a wound, he commanded a brigade. Col. Clinton McKamy Winkler
died 13 May 1881 Austin, Travis Co., TX and is buried in the
Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro Co., TX.|
Member of Co I, 4th Texas when surrendered at Appomattox
Biography || Obituary
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