11th Cavalry (Young's Regiment)

Company K

George R. Morris First Captain of the State Infantry Company from on or before June 28, 1861 at the town of Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the mustering officer for Captain Morris and all who mustered in at that time and place. He continued through the change to Cavalry and until mustering out of Texas State service. He resigned on October 2, 1861. He was 50 years old. Morris was not found in Confederate States Army service with Company K.

Thomas H. Wallis Was 2nd Lieutenant of the original organization of the Texas State Infantry Company. He enlisted June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer.

Last name sometimes written as Wallace. Originally from Georgia, he was a Merchant from Upshur County, Texas before the war. Wallis was elected Captain on October 2, 1861. His age of 21 years old is shown on his October 2, 1861 Muster Roll.

Captain Wallis mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present, in command of the company, in 1861 and for the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll. No further records were found.

Robert W. Hooks Was 1st Lieutenant in Texas State Troops service. He enlisted on June 28, 1861 in Boston, Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He was 21 years old at the time of his enlistment. Thereafter, until mustering into Confederate States service, he served as 1st Lieutenant of Cavalry.

Hooks mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was appointed 1st Lieutenant in the Confederate Army on October 2, 1861. He served at this rank until May 8, 1862.

Elected Captain with the May 8, 1862 reorganization in Mississippi. He received shoes in Georgetown, Kentucky on September 24, 1862. Hooks was detailed for Court by General Order 39/1, Department of East Tennessee, General E. K. Smith on September 28, 1862. He received clothing for the Company at Frankfort, Kentucky on October 31, 1862. He was absent on Certificate for 30 days from November 1, 1862. He received clothing at Readyville, Tennessee on December 22, 1862, but was absent without leave for the 1862 Muster Roll. He was back with the company and received forage for 33 horses in the field on February 28, 1863. He received requisition of shoes on March 3, 1863 at Fairfield, Tennessee and a requisition of paper and envelopes at the same place on March 14, 1863. Captain Hooks received 2 horses on March 17, 1863 for “the remounting of the Regiment in obedience to Gen’l Bragg’s order” in Bedford County, Tennessee. Also in March of 1863, he received forage for 38 horses. Received a leave of absence by Special Order 85/6, Department and Army of Tennessee, General B. Bragg on April 1, 1863. He was present on April 30, 1863 Muster Roll and received 10 more horses on May 24, 1863 in Liberty, Tennessee.

Being the senior Captain, R. W. Hooks was appointed Lieutenant Colonel on October 27, 1863 after Lieutenant Colonel J. M. Bounds was killed. See Field & Staff Chapter for information about Hook's background and service as Lieutenant Colonel.

1st Lieutenants

Granville Porter Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service as a private on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. He was elected 1st Sergeant on September 10, 1861. His age is not shown on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Porter mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was the Orderly Sergeant in original Confederate organization. He was elected as 1st Lieutenant on May 8, 1862. On August 31, 1862 he was appointed and bonded as Acting Commissary Sergeant (A.C.S.) in Field and Staff unit. His appointment as A.C.S. was effective in November of 1862. Successor was named B. B. Dalby.

B. B. Dalby Enlisted as a private in the Texas State Cavalry service by Chief Justice John A Talbot at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas on September 1, 1861. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 24 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Dalby mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment as a private on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was elected as 2nd Lieutenant on May 8, 1862.

Dalby was promoted to 1st Lieutenant in November of 1862. He was present on all subsequent Muster Rolls. He signed as Commanding Company on Final Muster Roll. He was absent, sick in al [Alabama?] from October 20, 1864 per the November 6, 1864 Morning Report. He was dropped from rolls on January 30, 1865.

2nd Lieutenants

R.D. Collins Was 3rd Lieutenant in the original Texas State Infantry and Cavalry organizations. He mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age was recorded as 26 years on October 2, 1861.

Collins mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was appointed 2nd Lieutenant on October 2, 1861 in the original Confederate organization. He reported as present until he resigned with the following letter and Surgeon's certificate.

Camp Near Mancester, Tenn
2nd Brig., 2nd Div., Smith's Corps
Army of Tenn., Dec. 7, 1862
Genl S. Cooper
Adj. + Inspector General,
I herewith tender you my unconditional resignantion of the office of 2nd Lieut. Co. K 11th Regt. Texas Cavalry (C.S.A.) to take effect immediately. I am compelled to pursue this course on account of bad health.
R.D. Collins
2nd Lt. Co. (K) 11th Texas Cavalry

2nd Lieut. R. D. Collins, 11th Texas Regt. of Cavalry, having applied for a Certificate in which to tender his resignation. I do hereby Certify that I have carefully examined said officer and find him in a general debilitated condition consequent on confirmed Chronic Diarrhea and on consequence thereof he is in my opinion unfit for the duties of a soldier and I further declare it is my belief that an indefinite period will elapse before his recovery, and would recommend his resignation be accepted.
D. B. Burks
Act. Surg.
11th Rg. Texas Cavalry

Medical approval was indicated by the Brigade Surgeon (name unreadable) and the Chief Surgeon, 2nd Division, G.B. Thomton. Military approval was given by:

John C. Burks, Colonel, Commanding Regiment
Matthew D. Ector, Brigadier General, Commanding Brigade
Edward D. Tracy, Brigadier General, Commanding Division
John P. McCown, Major General, Commanding 2nd Smith's Corps
at Readyville, Tennessee on December 15, 1862
Braxton Bragg, General, Commanding Department
at Murfressboro on December 16, 1862
Joseph E. Johnston, General, at Chattanooga, forward it to Richmond
on December 19, 1862

Lieutenant Collins' resignation became official on December 24, 1862.

William Henry Hooks Brother of Robert W. Hooks and Charles A. Hooks (Hooks, 1995), also in this Company. Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service as a private on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 37 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Hooks mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was elected and appointed 2nd Lieutenant in the first Confederate organization on October 2, 1861. He was present for the 1861 Muster Roll, but dropped in 1862.

H.H. Allison Shown on the first Texas State Muster Roll to have enlisted as a private in the Texas State Cavalry Company on September 1, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age is shown as 23 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Allison mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment as a private on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was elected as 3rd Lieutenant on December 26, 1862 at Readyville, Tennessee. He signed 1862 Muster Roll as Commanding the company as a 3rd Lieutenant.

Allison was shown as Brevet 2nd Lieutenant on the April 30, 1863 Muster Roll. He was promoted to full 2nd Lieutenant on August 1, 1863. Present for all Muster Rolls. The November 6, 1864 Morning Report shows 2 Lt. H. H. Allison with leave, and with crossed out: “By order Col. Thos. Harrison since 27th Oct. 1864 for the purpose of getting Boats.” No further Confederate records.

Allison's activities in his own words (Yeary, 1912) are:
"Abilene, Tex. - Was born Dec. 8, 1840, in Morgan County, Ohio. Enlisted in the Confederate Army in July 1861, in Bowie County, Texas. Was A Lieutenant in Company K, Eleventh Texas Cavalry, in Gen. Ector's brigade, Gen. Van Dorn's Division, first Captain Geo. Morris, with Burk as first Colonel."

"We made several changes. Was dismounted and sent to Shiloh to join Gen. Cabell. Then joined Kirby Smith's brigade, and was in Gen. Tom Harrison's brigade at the close of the war. Was never wounded, but had three horse shot from under me, one in the battle of Rensaca, one in the battle of McMinnville, and one at Dandridge. Was promoted to Orderly Sergeant. After the battle of Murfreesboro our regiment was remounted and I was made Lieutenant and was in command of the company until the close of the war. My Captain, Robert Hooks, was promoted to Colonel after the battle of Murfressboro. My first battle was with the Indians In Oklahoma, in the year 1861. I was in the following battles, Elkhorn, Farmersville, near Corinth, Miss,. Richmond, Perryville and Murfreesboro. After the last mentioned battle we captured a pay car in the rear of Rosecran's army within five miles of Nashville. We then covered Bragg's retreat and made several raids in the rear of Rosecran's army, burned bridges, tore up railroads, etc. Then came the continued fight from Chattanooga to McMinnville. Chickamauga, Knoxville, Danville and the hundred days fight from Dalton to Atlanta. On the retreat from Dalton, and after the fight at Resaca and Ringold, two more regiments were added to our brigade, the Third Arkansas and the Fourth Tennessee."

"Tom Harrison of Waco, Tex., was in command of the company [brigade]. After the battle of Peach Tree Creek we skirmished with Sherman to the sea, and on to Raleigh, N.C. At this time we were under Gen. Joe Wheeler to act as an escort and bodyguard for President Jeff Davis and cabinet, but was cut off by Stoneman's Raiders."

M.H. Janes Enlisted as private in Confederate service on November 2, 1861 at Fayetteville, Arkansas by J. J. Diamond. He was absent for the 1862 Muster Roll with a certificate for 7 days from November 26, 1862. The April 30, 1863 Muster Roll shows him detailed in General Wheeler's Elite Corps.

Janes was elected and ordered on duty as Brevet 2nd Lieutenant on August 1, 1863. He is shown as a full 2nd Lieutenant on final Muster Roll.

Sergeants

W.C. Baber Was 1st Sergeant in the original Texas State Infantry and Cavalry organizations. He mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. Baber refused to return with the Company to the place of rendezvous on September 10, 1861. His age was recorded as 26 years. No CSA records with this Company found.

C.C. Collom Was 2nd Sergeant in the original Texas State Infantry and Cavalry organizations. He mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age is recorded as 23 years old. His last name appears as Collum on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Collom mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was 3rd Sergeant in the original Confederate organization. He was promoted to 2nd Sergeant with the reorganization and remained at that rank through the time of the 1862 Muster Roll.

Sergeant C.C. Collom was demoted to the private ranks in 1863, prior to the April 30th Muster Roll. He was afterwards present in the ranks as a private through final Muster Roll.

W.C. Collom Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 25 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. His last name appears as Collum on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Collom mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment as a private on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was promoted to 3rd Sergeant rank with the 1862 reorganization. In 1863, prior to April 30th, he was promoted to 2nd Sergeant rank. Collom was wounded at Elk River on July 1, 1863 and sent to Hospital, but returned to duty in time for the last two Muster Rolls. He received clothing on April 1, 1864, and again at LaGrange, Georgia on July 16, 1864.

Federal troops captured him at West Point, Georgia on April 16, 1865. Sergeant Collom was sent to Military Prison at Macon, Georgia on April 23, 1865. No further records.

J.T. Cooley Mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment as a private on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was absent on special duty from December 30th for the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll.

Private Cooley was promoted to 4th Sergeant with the 1862 reorganization. He was promoted to 3rd Sergeant in early 1863, before the April 30th Muster Roll. He was reported as Missing since December 1, 1863, near Knoxville, on last two Muster Rolls. No further records.

E.R. Fort Was 3rd Sergeant in the original Texas State Infantry and Cavalry organizations. He mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. An age of 33 years was reported for him.

Sergeant Fort mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was discharged on account of disability on December 14, 1861 - remarked on the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll.

R.P. Merrell Mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment as a private on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was elected 1st Sergeant at Readyville, Tennessee on December 26, 1862. Merrell was present for all musters.

S.F. Johnson Was 4th Sergeant in the original Texas State Infantry and Cavalry organizations. He mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Johnsons’ age was reported as 23 years.

Johnson mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was 2nd Sergeant in the original Confederate organization. He is shown as present on 1861 Muster Roll only. No further records on file.

Isaac Whiteas State Service records show name looking like Isam Whitens and J. Whiteas. He enlisteded as a private with the Texas State Cavalry Service on September 1, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age is shown as 20 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

On CSA records for this Company, his last name also listed as Whitus. He mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He began his Confederate service as a private and was present as such until early 1863.

Whiteas' promotion to 4th Sergeant is first shown on the April 30, 1863 Muster Roll. He became absent, sick, near Morristown, Tennessee from December 5, 1863 into, at least, January of 1864. Sergeant Whiteas was present for duty on final Muster Roll. No further records on file.


Corporals

Jesse Collom Was 1st Corporal in the original Texas State Infantry and Cavalry organizations. He mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age is shown as 21 years and last name Collum on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.
Was the 1st Corporal in the original Confederate organization. He was demoted to private in the 1862 reorganization and present through the time of the last Muster Roll.

John Henry Was 4th Corporal in the original Texas State Infantry and Cavalry organizations. He mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age was reported as 25 years.

Henry mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was also 4th Corporal in the original Confederate organization. He transferred to Captain White's Battery of Horse Artillery in 1863, prior to the April 30, 1863 Muster Roll.

When captured by the enemy on November 13, 1863 at Guntersville, Alabama, he still claimed to be with Company "K" of the 11th Texas Cavalry. He was forwarded to Military Prison in Louisville "for exchange" on November 28, 1863. Then he was sent to Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana and received there on November 30, 1863. Henry was released after signing oath on May 22, 1865. The oath card states that he was captured in Woodville, Alabama on November 8, 1863. Residence: Pontiac, Michigan.

H. Highfield Was 3rd Corporal in the original Texas State Infantry and Cavalry organizations. He mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age is shown as 22 years and last name appears like Heyfield on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Highfield mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was 3rd Corporal in the original Confederate organization. He was absent, on furlough, from December 28, 1861 at the time of the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll.

He was demoted to private ranks in 1862. Private Highfield was present for duty for the 1862 through final Muster Roll. No further records.

J.F. Ray Is not shown on Captain Morris’ State Muster Roll. On Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll, Ray is shown to have mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He is shown as 23 years old.

Ray mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment as a private on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He remained in the ranks through the time of the April 30, 1863 Muster Roll.

Ray is shown as 2nd Corporal on last two Muster Rolls. He was detailed as a Teamster in 1864.

John R. Sharp Was 2nd Corporal in the original Texas State Infantry and Cavalry organizations. He mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. The Corporal’s age is reported as 21 years.

Sharp mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment as 2nd Corporal on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was discharged and paid by T.W. Randolph on April 15, 1862. No Discharge Certificate is in the files.

Samuel Stover Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service as a private on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Stover mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment as a private on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present with the company, as a private for the first two CSA Muster Rolls.

Stover was promoted to 4th Corporal in early 1863. He was present, at that rank, through the time of the 1864 Muster Roll. No further records.

Ensign

J. N. Robinson Was a private in the original Texas State Infantry Company K. He enlisted on June 28, 1861 at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. The Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll shows him as Ensign and 26 years old.

However, he started CSA service in the 9th Texas Cavalry. Joined the 11th Texas by transfer from Colonel Sim's (9th Texas Cavalry) Regiment on October 14, 1861. The 9th Texas Cavalry evidently mustered into Confederate service on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, Texas also. He was wounded at the battle of Chustenahlah, Cherokee Nation on December 26, 1862. He was severely wounded with a broken arm. Left at Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation on December 30, 1861. He is shown as a private on the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll. No further records.

Musician

B.F. Gerdes A Frank Gerdes enlisted in the Texas State Cavalry Service on September 1, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. Twenty-two year old private B.F. Gerdes is shown to have substituted for Sion A. Moss on September 8, 1861.

Gerdes mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was the Buglar in the original Confederate organization of Company K. He was left sick at Murfreesboro on December 30, 1862. He died there on January 4, 1863. His effects, valued at $45.00, were turned over to the Quartermasters Department, C.S.A. after his death.

David Ard Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age was reported at 20 years old on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Ard mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present for the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll. No further record.

William B. Albright Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age was reported at 21 years old on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. No CSA records with Company K found for Albright.

John M. Armstrong Enlisted into the Texas State Service on July 10, 1861 or August 1, 1861 (depending on which State Muster Roll you read) at Fort Washita, Chickasaw Nation, by Lieutenant T. H. Wallace. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age was reported at 27 years old on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

His horse was killed in the battle of Elk Horn on March 7, 1862. Paid $125 for loss of the horse on August 15, 1863 at Camp Beech Creek, near Rome, Georgia. Served through the war and was paroled at Talladega, Alabama in May of 1865 by U.S.A. Brevet Brigadier General Chrysler.

K.W. Ball Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age was reported at 21 years old on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Ball mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was wounded in action (Slightly) near Farmington, Mississippi when accidently shot by a member of his own Company on May 9, 1962. The record actually states that he was wounded on May 9, 1863, but there is mention of Army of the West, General Van Dorn, etc., which indicates 1862. Became Acting Commissary Sergeant on the Field and Staff in late 1863 and final Muster Rolls.

J.B. Bearsfield Is not shown on Captain Morris’ State Muster Roll. On Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll, it is said the he mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. Bearsfield was 22 years old and refused to return with the Company to the place on rendezvous on September 10, 1861. No CSA Service records were found for him with this Company.

Elias Bivins Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age was reported at 24 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Bivins mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer.

Private Bivins was later captured at Florence, Kentucky on September 12, 1862. Prison records indicate he was 22 years old, born in Missouri and a Farmer by occupation. Sent to Cincinnati Military Prison and then Camp Chase in Ohio. Transferred to Cairo, Illinois on September 29, 1862. Exchanged at Vicksburg, Mississippi. He was present for the April 30, 1863 muster. Listed as absent, sick in Hospital at Rome, Georgia on the last two Muster Rolls. No further military records. A Statement of Service slip was sent to the Texas Commissioner of Pensions on February 1, 1917.

Henry Bivins Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 17 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. He was then discharged for “underage”.

G.C. Bobelin Only record is: On roll of soldiers from different commands surrendered by General E. K. Smith at New Orleans on May 26, 1865 and paroled at Shreveport, Louisiana in August of 1865.

S. Brooks Enlisted at Rome, Georgia by Colonel J. M. Bounds on August 1, 1863. Present for December 31, 1863 and last Muster Roll with note: "Bounty Due". No further records.

John Burns Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age was reported at 23 years old on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Burns mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. On CSA records, he is shown as present on the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll only. No further records.

William A. Campbell No Muster Roll records on file. Given Certificate of disability for discharge on ___ by Captain Hooks. He was 24 years old, born in Louisiana and a Lawyer before the War.

Benjamin C. Cawthorn Last name also shown as Cothran. Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. He is reported to have died on September 20, 1861 in Bowie County. His age is shown as 19 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

John L. Chambless Enlisted January 19, 1862 at Boston, Bowie County, Texas by R.P. Crump. First shown present with Command on April 30, 1863 muster and then through the last Muster Roll. No further records on file.

H.G. Chambless Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 23 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Chambless mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is listed as present for all Muster Rolls of the 11th Texas Cavalry. No further records on file.

William P. Chambless Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

William P. Chambless mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present for all Muster Rolls of Company K, 11th Texas Cavalry. Captured on October 26, 1864 in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois. Discharged June 17, 1865. Took oath of allegiance in Marshall, Texas and gave residence as Bowie County, Texas.

F.M. Cherry Enlisted in the Texas State Cavalry service by Chief Justice John A Talbot at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas on September 1, 1861. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 25 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Cherry mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was absent on Certificate for 30 days from November 18, 1862. Absent without leave for the 1862 Muster Roll. Present for April 30, 1863 Muster Roll. Detailed to Courier Line near Guntersville, Alabama in the Fall of 1863. No further records.

William M. Cornelius Enlisted in the Texas State Cavalry service by Chief Justice John A Talbot at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas on September 1, 1861. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Cornelius mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. Remarks on the 1862 Muster Roll state that he was left sick at Corinth, Mississippi (no date given) and not heard of since. No further records.

J.W.(T.) Cowley Mustered into Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 18 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. No records for Cowley with Company K in the CSA were found.

Cullen Crudup Enlisted into the Texas State Cavalry service by Chief Justice John A Talbot at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas on September 1, 1861. Last name appears as Crudupp on the first State Muster Roll. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 25 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Private Crudup mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present for the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll. Transferred to 15th Texas Cavalry on December 14, 1862. No further records with the 11th.

James B. Dalby Enlisted into the Texas State Cavalry service by Chief Justice John A Talbot at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas on September 1, 1861. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 24 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

James Dalby mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He became the Regimental Blacksmith with the Field and Staff on April 15, 1863. See Field & Staff Chapter.

J. G. Dalby Enlisted into the Texas State Cavalry service by Chief Justice John A Talbot at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas on September 1, 1861. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 30 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Dalby mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present for duty on all Company Muster Rolls until detailed to Commissary Department on late 1863 through the final Muster Roll.

J. K. Dalby Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 22 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Private Dalby mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was absent, on Special Duty from December 30, 1861 at the time of the 1861 Muster Roll. No further records.

Samuel D. Elliot Enlisted March 20, 1862 at Van Buren, Arkansas by J. J. Diamond. He was absent, on detached service for 1862 Muster Roll. Received extra pay ($0.40/day) for Blacksmith duty from February 1, 1863 through May 31, 1863. Name appears on a Roll of extra duty soldiers for the month of June, 1863. Detailed as Regimental Blacksmith on August 1, 1863. Was Acting Company Blacksmith during the December 31, 1863 Muster Roll. Detailed as Company Blacksmith during the time of the final Muster Roll. See also records for James P. Elliot in the Chapter on Company "A".

James H. Foster Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 23 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. No CSA records with Company K were found for Foster.

Newton Foster Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. He was discharged on account of disability on October 2, 1861.

Isham Fox Last name looks like Forx on the first two Muster Rolls. Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 22 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Fox mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He died at Loundon, Tennessee on November 17, 1862.

G.S. Gardener Is not shown on Captain Morris’ Texas State Muster Roll. On Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll private Gardener is shown as 25 years of age. He is also shown to have mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. No CSA Service records were found for him with this Company.

J.H. Gerdes A Henry Gerdes mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. The Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll shows J.H. Gerdes at 31 years of age and no Henry Gerdes. It appears that this is J. Henry Gerdes.

Private J.H. Gerdes mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is shown as present for duty on all CSA Muster Rolls of Company K, 11th Texas Cavalry. No further records.

J.W. Green Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age is reported as 33 years old and it is shown that he refused to return with the Company to the place of rendezvous (probably Camp Reeves) on September 10, 1861.

Green mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present for the December 31,1861 Muster Roll of Company K, 11th Texas Cavalry. No further records on file.

W.H. Greenhaw Enlisted February 1, 1862 at the Boston Mountains, Arkansas by J. J. Diamond. Present for all succeeding Muster Rolls. Detailed with Commissary Department for the final Muster Roll.

Joseph D.(or L.) Gregory Enlisted November 2, 1861 at Fayetteville, Arkansas. Present for all subsequent Muster Rolls. Detailed to the Commissary Department during the December 31, 1863 Muster Roll. He was on regular duty for the final Muster Roll.

Private Gregory was captured by the enemy at Griswoldville, Georgia on November 22, 1864. Sent to prison at Point Lookout, Mayland from Hilton Head, North Carolina on February 1, 1865. Took oath and was released on June 13, 1865. Residence was recorded as Lunenburg County, Virginia.

R.H. (A.) Haynie Mustered into the Texas State Cavalry Service on September 1, 1861 at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 26 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. He was discharged on October 2, 1861 for disability.

Burril Hensley Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 33 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Private Hensley mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is shown as present on duty on all Muster Rolls of Company K, 11th Texas Cavalry, CSA. No further records.

I. M. Holbrooks Isam Holbrooks mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. Private I. M. Holbrooks' age is shown as 18 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Private Holbrooks mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is shown as present on duty on all Muster Rolls of Company K, 11th Texas Cavalry, CSA. No further records.

Charles Holland Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 18 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Holland mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. Later he was absent, sick, at Hospital in Rome, Georgia for December 31, 1863 Muster Roll. Present for all other Muster Rolls. Name appears on a register of Floyd House and Amulgee Hospitals in Macon, Georgia on November 29, 1863 with Syphilis. No further records.

Bryant Holmes Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 24 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Holmes mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was sent to Texas on Detached Service on November 29, 1862 and absent for the 1862 Muster Roll. Present on all other Muster Rolls. No further records.

Charles Augusta Hooks Brother of Robert W. Hooks and William H. Hooks of this company (Hooks, 1995). He mustered into the Texas State Cavalry Service on September 1, 1861 at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Hooks served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Hooks mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was appointed Orderly Sergeant on the Field & Staff on April 17, 1863. Returned to Company in consequence of being absent, on March 1, 1864. No further records.

Dempsey Hooper Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 24 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Private Hooper mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is listed as present on duty for all Muster Rolls of Company K, 11th Texas Cavalry. No further records.

S. J. Hughes Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Hughes mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was discharged from CSA on April 15, 1862 and paid the same day by T.W. Randolph.

David Hunt Is not shown on Captain Morris’ State Muster Roll. Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll shows private Hunt was 25 years old and had enlisted on September 8, 1861 at Boston, Texas by Chief Justice John A. Talbot.

Hunt mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is listed as absent, sick at Hospital from December 15th, on the 1861 Muster Roll. Present for the 1862 Muster Roll. No further records on file.

G.M. Joiner Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is reported as 30 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Joiner mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. His last name also written as: Joyner in CSA Service records. He was discharged for overage (45 years old) on December 12, 1862 at Readyville, Tennessee. Certificate of discharge shows him born in Ba__(can't read) County, Georgia. Paid $170.10 back pay and travel to Camp Reeves, Sherman, Grayson County, Texas by Major W.B. Ector, Brigade Quartermaster.

S.M. Knight Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 23 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Private Knight mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is reported as present on duty for all Muster Rolls of Company K, 11th Texas Cavalry, CSA. No further records.

L. Landrum Enlisted in the Texas State Cavalry Service on September 7, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 24 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Landrum mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was absent, sick in Russellville, Tennessee on January 1, 1863. Present for remaining CSA Muster Rolls. Name appears on a report of POW's paroled at Memphis, Tennessee during the 5 days ending on May 25, 1865.

Ralph T. Leggett Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 28 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Leggett mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is listed as missing/captured at the battle in front of Murfreesboro on December 31, 1862. But present on remaining Muster Rolls. No further records.

Anderson Lemley Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Private Lemley mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is listed as present on the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll with the 11th Texas Cavalry, but no further records are on file.

Daniel Mabes Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 18 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Mabes mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was discharged for underage (16 years old) on December 16, 1862 by Brigade Quarter Master, W.B. Ector. The unit was called Captain R.W. Hooks' Company and the Discharge signed by 3rd Lieutenant B.B. Dalby, commanding company. Mabes was born in Pope County, Missouri and a Farmer before the war.

J.(or P.)N. Mabes Enlisted in the Texas State Cavalry Service on September 7, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. He was discharged on account of disability on October 2, 1861.

H.L. Manning Name also written as Houston E. Manning. Enlisted on September 3, 1863 at Rome, Georgia by a Captain Gartren or Gartrell. Place of residence was Floyd County, Georgia, which contains the town of Rome. Paroled at Marshall, Texas on June 21, 1865. Took oath of allegiance at Nashville on July 19, 1865.

Wesley Martin Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 20 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. Name shown as J.W. Martin on Captain Morris’ and Captain Wallis’ Muster Rolls.

On CSA records, name also written as William and J.W. Martin. Martin mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present through final Muster Roll except on April 23, 1863 he was found at Loundon, Tennesse and sent to duty at Shelbyville. No further records.

H.L. McAdams Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 26 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

In CSA records, his last name also wriiten as McAddams and McAdems. He mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is shown as present for all Muster Rolls. No further records.

Charles McBride Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 24 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Jethro Orin McCutcheon Brother-in-law of Robert W. Hooks (Hook, 1995). Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 18 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Jethro McCutcheon mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. Records show him present for duty on all CSA Muster Rolls of this Company. No further records.

R.H. McCutcheon Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

McCutcheon mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. In CSA service, he is shown a present on the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll only.

Benjamin P. Merrell Last name also listed as Merril, Murvill and Nerritt. Enlisted December 25, 1862 at Dallas, Texas by J. Smith. Present with Company as a private for April 30, 1863 muster.

Federal records show private Merrell captured on June 1, 1863 near Liberty or Liberty Gap, Tennessee. He was sent to prisons at Nashville, Louisville, Camp Chase and finally Fort Delaware on July 14, 1863. At Fort Delaware it was decided that his rank was a 2nd Lieutenant and he was transferred to Officer's Quarters. Then on December 29, 1863 he was forwarded to Johnson's Isle Officer's Prison under the charge of U.S. Lieutenant J. S. Black. Remarks on POW roll state that he "Reported as Private, detected as an Officer". Benjamin was paroled at Johnson's Isle and forwarded to City Point, Virginia for exchange on February 24, 1865.

Merrell was admitted to General Hospital of Howards Grove in Richmond, Virginia on March 1, 1865 with "remitant fever". There he is said of Wheeler's Brigade under Captain Dalby. Recall that 1st Lieutenant B. B. Dalby was dropped from the rolls prior to that date. Merrel was transferred to House No. 9 on March 6, 1865. Gave residence as Cedar Hill, Dallas County, Texas. No further records.

O.P. Moss Also listed as O.E. Moss and R. Moss. Enlisted at Fayetteville, Arkansas on November 2, 1861 by J. J. Diamond.

Appears on list of federal POWs shipped by Provost Marshall of Lexington, Kentucky to Louisville on October 31, 1862. The list states that he was arrested on October 30, 1862. He was sent to Vicksburg, for exchange, on December 4, 1862.

Private Moss was present for the 1862 and 1863 musters. Absent, on furlough, from January 5 to February 29, 1864 (last Muster Roll date). No further records.

Sion A. Moss Is not shown on Captain Morris’ State Muster Roll. On Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll, remarks state that private Moss was 22 years old and was discharged on September 8, 1861. Private B.F. Gerdes is shown as a substitute for him on that date.

Later, Moss enlisted with this Company of the 11th Texas Cavalry at Camp Lubbock (Fayetteville), Arkansas on February 2, 1862 by J.J. Diamond. He was absent, on detached service, in Georgia from October 20, 1863 through at least February 29, 1864. No further records.

Morgan Payne Name shown as W.M. Payne on State service records. Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 25 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Payne mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. In CSA service, private Payne is listed as present through final Muster Roll. No further records on file.

Charles Peters Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 18 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Charles Peters mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is listed as present for all CSA Muster Rolls of this Company. No further records on file.

J.J. Peters Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry but refused to return to with the Company to the place of rendezvous on September 10, 1861. His age is shown as 17 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. No further records.

N.J. Phillips Enlisted at Fayetteville, Arkansas on November 2, 1861. Left sick at Corinth, Mississippi in 1862. Present by April of 1863. Listed as absent, missing since December 1, 1863 near Knoxville on last two Muster Rolls.

O.E. Poole Enlisted in the Texas State Cavalry Service on September 1, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Enlisting Officer. His age is shown as 20 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Poole mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was sick at Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory from December 21 to after December 31, 1861. Present for the 1862 muster. Present with company at Smithville, Tennessee in April of 1863. Detailed as Courier for Colonel Thomas Harrison, Brigade Commander, in late 1863. Appointed Ordinance Sergeant in the Field & Staff on February 1, 1864.

Henry C. Proctor Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 17 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Proctor mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is shown present on first two CSA Muster Rolls with Company K. No further records.

W. Smith Proctor Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 36 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Proctor mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was severely wounded, with gunshot wound through the body, at the battle of Chustenahlah, Indian Nation on December 26, 1861. Given Certificate of Discharge for Disability on May 23, 1862. The Acting Surgeon, D.B. Burks, determined the injury was permanent. He was born in Virginia, 36 years old and a Farmer by occupation.

Joe G. Randall Has last name spelled Randell and Randle on State service records. Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

On CSA records his last name also spelled Randle. He mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer.

Captured on October 25, 1862 at Camp Dick Robinson, Kentucky. Paroled on November 18, 1862 at Gallatin, Tennessee. Sent to Chattanooga and declared exchanged on January 11, 1863. Taken prisoner again on November 24, 1863 near Kingston, Tennessee. Name appears on a list of Rebel Deserters who had voluntarily taken and subscribed the oath of allegiance to the U.S. Government at the office of F. Young, Deputy Provost Marshall of Roane County, Tennessee during the month of December in 1863 and were permitted to go at large within Federal lines. Gave residence as Bowie County, Texas.

John Read Shown as J.W. Reid and J.W. Read on State service records. Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 18 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Read mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. On CSA records for this Company, middle initials given as L. and W. He is shown absent on sick furlough from November 16, 1862 to the end of 1863. No further records.

Abe Reed Has last name shown as Reed and Read in State Service records. Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Last name also appears like Read in CSA records for this Company. He mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is shown present for duty on all Muster Rolls. No further records.

J. C. Rosser Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 18 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Rosser mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He died August 30, 1862 at the General Hospital in Okalona, Mississippi. His personal effects ($35.35) were turned over to the C.S.A. Quartermaster.

J. A. Sanders Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 17 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Sanders mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was discharged for underage (17 years) on December 17, 1862 at Readyville, Tennessee. Gave birthplace as Bowie County, Texas and occupation: Farmer. Discharge unit given as Captain R.W. Hooks Company. Paper signed by 3rd Lieutenant B.B. Dalby, commanding Company. Sanders was given $169.75 for back pay and travel allowance of 1000 miles (@ $0.10/mi.) back to Texas. The money was given to him by Major W.B. Ector, A.Q.M. for Brigade.

J. Mat Sanders Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 25 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Private Sanders mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is listed as present on all Muster Rolls of Company K, 11th Texas Cavalry. No further records.

W.D. Sharp On Captain Morris’ Muster Roll, William Sharpe is listed and thus shown to have mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. A similar name does not appear on Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Sharp mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was detailed with Captain Gordon's Scouts in winter/spring of 1863. Back on regular duty in summer/fall of 1863. Detailed in Division Front Guard in 1864.

Sharp's name appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War, Stragglers, Confederate States Army, surrendered by Lieutenant General Richard Taylor and paroled at Selma, Alabama on May 29, 1865. Residence given on Parole is Bowie County, Texas.

Isham Sheffield Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 30 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. He was discharged from State Service on October 2, 1861.

Thadeus Shipp Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 17 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Shipp mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is shown present for the December 31, 1861 Muster Roll. No further records.

L.C. Shockley Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 25 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Shockley mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present through the December 31, 1862 Muster Roll. No further records.

B.M. Smith Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 23 years and he is shown as a substitute for N. Smith on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Smith mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. The December 31, 1861 Muster Roll has remark: "On furlough since Dec. 28, 1861." No further records.

N. Smith Is not shown on Captain Morris’ State Muster Roll. On Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll private Smith is reported as 26 years old and mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He was discharged on September 8, 1861. Private B.M. Smith substituted for him. No CSA Service records were found for him with this Company.

D.G. Smither Enlisted in the Texas State Cavalry Service on September 1, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 20 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Smither mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was on duty until killed in the battle in front of Murfreesboro on December 31, 1862.

John Stinson Is not shown on Captain Morris’ State Muster Roll. On Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll, Stinson is shown as 20 year old and mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer.

Stinson mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present until wounded and left behind enemy lines on August 4, 1863. Must have gotten away since he was surrendered at New Orleans by General E.K. Smith on May 26, 1865 and paroled at Shreveport, Louisiana on June 17, 1865. Gave residence as Bossier Parish in Louisiana. Records contain correspondence regarding records from Mrs. H.L. McKnight of Benton, Louisiana, dated May 14, 1953.

H.L. St. John Is not shown on Captain Morris’ State Muster Roll. Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll he is shown to have mustered into the Texas State service on June 28, 1861 at Boston in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A. Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He was 20 years old.

Private St. John mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He was present until wounded and absent since October 18, 1863 noted on December 31, 1863 Muster Roll. Present or absent not stated on 1864 Muster Roll. No further records.

Benjamin Welford Tiller Name shown as W.B. and B.W. Tiller on State Service records. Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 21 years and he is shown as a substitute for J.H. Tiller on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Tiller mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. Sick at Hospital since December 30, 1861 is remarked on the 1861 Muster Roll. Otherwise present on all Muster Rolls. Was admitted to General Hospital, Howards Grove at Richmond, Virginia on March 4, 1865 with Diarrhea. No further records. According to his great-grandson (Fant, undated), Private Benjamin Tiller was present at the surrender in Durham Station, North Carolina on April 26, 1865. He returned to Texas on horseback after going four years without furlough.

J.H. Tiller Not shown on Captain Morris’ Muster Roll. On Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll he is shown to have mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age shown as 23 years old and he was discharged on September 8, 1861.

Transferred from the 15th Texas Cavalry to Company K, 11th Texas Cavalry on November 17, 1862. Had enlisted in that Regiment on January 25, 1862 at Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Present through final Muster Roll.

Jesse Tubbs Mustered into the Texas State Infantry Service on June 28, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. He served in State service through the reformation to Cavalry and mustering out. His age is shown as 20 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll.

Tubbs mustered into the Confederate 11th Texas Cavalry Regiment on October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, in Grayson County, Texas. Major George W. Chilton of the 3rd Texas Cavalry was the Mustering Officer. He is listed as present on December 31, 1861 Muster Roll. No further records.

B.W. Walker Enlisted in the Texas State Cavalry Service on September 1, 1861 in Boston, in Bowie County, Texas. Chief Justice John A Talbot was the Mustering Officer. His age is shown as 20 years on the Captain Wallis’ Muster Roll. Did not muster into the 11th Texas Cavalry on October 2, 1861.

Walker is noted as transferred to 15th Texas Cavalry on December 14, 1862. Then he is listed as present with Company on December 31, 1862 Muster Roll. No other records were found.

James Wammack Last name also given as Womack and Wamick. Enlisted February 15, 1862 at Camp Lubbock, Arkansas by J.J. Diamond. Present through 1862. Absent, sick at Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia is noted on April 30, 1863 Muster Roll. Absent, "missing since Dec. 1 (1863) near Knoxville" noted on last two Muster Rolls. However, a Register states that he was paid February 8, 1864 by J.B. Sharpe.

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