The information on this page is a portion of the Don Roberts Collection donated to this site by the Wood County Genealogical Society. Questions or comments about this page should be directed to the society. Additions, corrections, complaints and compliments concerning this page should be submitted to Betty Miller and Betty Phillips.
This page organized as follows:
Companies Comprising the Twelfth Brigade, Texas Militia (reserve), Showing Composition:
|First||Wm. D. McKnight||11||63||Webster||8|
|Second||D. W. McNabb||13||76||Springville|
|Third||J. C. Calhoun||5||41||Quitman|
|Fourth||H. W. Hester||13||12||Perryville|
|Sixth||T. Y. Logan||15||48||Lake Fork|
|Seventh||John Benton, Sr.||12||64||Webster|
|Eighth||J. J. Montgomery||9||61||Springville|
|Ninth||W. R. Thorne||12||48||Holly springs|
|Total||90||413||Grand Total 503|
Quitman, Texas. Aug. 21st, 1861
R E P O R T
TO THE ADJUTANT GEN. OF THE STATE OF TEXAS
In accordance with your instructions, soon after receiving my Commission, I organized my staff by the appointment of J. W. Wilson my aide de camp; W. J. Sparks Brigader Major, Howard Keys, Quartermaster F. M. Hays, Commissary, desiring others more essential to the organization of the Militia, Myself and Staff were immediately qualified in the form of law and our oath of office were forwarded to you in a subsequent communication.
Enrolling officers were immediately appointed in the several precincts of the counties comprising the brigade with a duplicate of your instructions and an election for field officers was ordered on the first Monday in August.
The work of enrolling has not been fully accomplished but so far as finished I have the honor to report. Neither do I believe that the election was observed in the Second Regiment of my Brigade, which is composed of the militia of Smith County or at least if so I have as yet received no returns.
The companies enrolled and reported to me so far as follows:
From Wood County: 1st Company Infantry Active;
THE ROUGH AND READIES
Officers 10 Privates 54
1. W. D. McKnight 2. John P. Brown 3. John L. Knight 4. Levi H. Hay 5. J. S. Brown 6. Thos James 7. J. T. Payne 8. D. A. Crumpler 9. C. H. Payne 10. E. L. Anderson 11. A. W. Lynch 12. H. N. Campbell 13. James J. Knight 14. Wm. G. Moses 15. Timothy Campbell 16. J. M. Hutton 17. Michel Donahoe 18. Henry Nicholas 19. J. M. Johnson 20. W. H. Hart 21. Ben W. Lee 22. J. W. Ward 23. T. J. Moore 24. J. C. Wright 25. J. A. Moore 26. Marion Ethridge 27. S. C. White 28. W. E. Payne 29. Archibald Faulkner 30. Benj. Reeves 31. S. B. Walker 32. C. A. Sartain 33. David Lee 34. Franciss Moore 35. W. H. Robertson 36. James Thomas 37. J. B. Angell 38. J. E. Friddle 39. Wm. Landers 40. Jno. Y. Lee 41. T. D. Starnes 42. W. J. Richards 43. B. H. Ellis 44. J. R. Palmer 45. Jas. Goff 46. Elija Thomas 47. J. A. Crumpler 48. W. L. Hamilton 49. J. G. Sartain 50. F. M. Taylor 51. J. J. Woods 52. Thos. G. Gibson 53. C. J. Millsap 54. J. W. Jones 55. W. G. williams 56. F. Miller 57. W. C. Starnes 58. N. Ashbell 59. A. McBride 60. J. A. Coats 61. Simeon Thompson 62. W. L. Thompson 63. A. Roberson 64. Aaron Weatherby The election of officers being held on Saturday, July 12, 1861, the following was the result: Wm. D. McKnight, Captain Thos. Janes, 1st Lieutenant John D. Brown, 2nd Lieutenant Benj. W. Lee, 1st Sargeant Samuel White, 2nd " Levi H. Hay, 3rd " J. T. Brown, 4th " J. M. Johnson, 1st Corporal F. Miller, 2nd " J. M. Wood, 3rd " Wm Landers, 4th "
Precinct No. 8. Post Office: Webster, Texas
I hereby certify that the above is a correct list of all officers and privates of the Rough and Ready Volunteer Company.
July 12th, 1861
Wm. D. McKnight, Capt.
D. W. McNabb, Captain
R. W. Spalding, 1st Lieutenant
E. F. Taylor, 2nd Lieutenant
A. Danly, 3rd Lieutenant
R. J. Tomlinson, Orderly Sargent
J. C. Rushing, 2nd Sargent
M. L. Taylor, 3rd Sargent
J. M. Vincent, 4th Sargent
J. C. Ray, 1st Corporal
D. C. Jones, 2nd Corporal
J. D. Woodbury, 3rd Corporal
A. C. Gee, 4th Corporal (name could be Goe)
J. L. Gill, Ensign
1. R. Kinnengham 2. J. C. Byers 3. G. C. Ivey 4. J. R. Stephens 5. W. H. Nunn 6. J. D. Raines 7. L. W. Green 8. T. W. Pinson 9. J. A. Williams 10. J. J. Sheckleworth 11. Joseph Hannen 12. Sam'l Cook 13. Wm. P. Hannin 14. Phillip Riggs 15. Wm. McKee 16. G. A. Cook 17. A. H. Shepheard 18. T. C. Baine 19. Alex. Cook 20. W. C. Haven 21. B. M. Reed 22. L. T. O'Kelly 23. C. N. Cox 24. Caleb Linsey 25. W. B. Linsey 26. W. B. Linset 27. J. M. Linsey 28. W. A. Cooper 29. A. H. Reeder 30. L. C. Taylor 31. J. C. Fikes 32. Wm. G Cook 33. B. L. Kerr 34. J. C. Alexander 35. W. P. Rushing 36. W. L. Magee 37. J. T. Strother 38. M. B. Ivey 39. E. L. Trimble 40. N. D. Wooten 41. R. Tate 42. Jo Crawford 43. N. N. Nunn 44. Albert Reeder 45. A. N. Reeder 46. W. H. Maloney 47. W. S. Mann 48. Malory Waifer 49. John Loiles (Loiler) 50. A. P. Freeman 51. J. P. Dougherty 52. R. J. Dougherty 53. T. Cresvin (Curvin) 54. Isaac Gunter 55. H. Marshall 56. Jno. Tutt 57. Jno. Wrenn 58. Harvey Turner 59. Jno. Linsey 60. R. P. Reed 61. Wm. Shumate 62. Jno. Robbins 63. J. A. Segar 64. J. A. Gee 65. H. H. Fatheree 66. T. Y. Carter 67. Sam Rice 68. Jno. Monasco 69. Jno. Childress 70. S. W. Bearden 71. Josiah Fisher 72. Wm. Trimble 73. Wm. Johnson 74. T. M. Alread 75. Z. R. Nunn 76. Wm. Raines 77. w. P. Raines 78. Jno. Burnes PRECINCT NO. : POST OFFICE: SPRINGVILLE, TEXAS. STATE OF TEXAS) COUNTY OF WOOD) I hereby that . . . that the within members roll was made in pursuance of the authority of Brig. Gen. S. M. Flournoy of the 12th Brigade of the Texas Militia and that the officers above named was duly elected according to law. R. W. SPRADLING, Enrolling Officer Pr. No. . . . Wood Co., Tx.
1. Jno. Renfro 2. C. J. Webb 3. J. H. Burleson 4. A. H. Farrington 5. Winfeld Webb 6. W. W. Dale 7. B. W. McClone 8. Jno. J. Wrenn 9. W. C. Wrenn 10. W. H. Wrenn 11. Wm. Coberson 12. W. W. George 13. R. J. McClane 14. R. C. Crocker 15. J. W. Crocker 16. R. L. Ingram 17. L. W. Collins 18. Sam Moore 19. Jo Warren 20. Wm. Magee 21. Silas Burleson 22. Benj. Webb 23. Jno. S. Flowers 24. Jo. Pope 25. Soloman Webb 26. James Pope 27. Thos Castel 28. a. H. Gunter 29. L. Howard 30. Laben Barker 31. B. R. Branchcomb 32. W. Shipp 33. Thos Shipp 34. Marion Howard 35. W. George 36. J. M. Duncan 37. John Carter 38. (skipped) 39. Frank McLaren 40. Chas. Bradey 41. Wm Centre POST OFFICE: QUITMAN, TEXAS THE STATE OF TEXAS) COUNTY OF WOOD ) The undersigned enroll in officers of Precincts No. 7, 2, and 12, do hereby certify that we called the militia of the above named precincts together on Saturday, the 3rd day of August, A.D. 1861, and organized the militia and elected the following officers, to-wit: One Captain; One First Lieutenant; one Second Lieutenant, and one Orderly Sargeant and the same resulted as follows to-wit: J. C. Calhoun, Captain Wiley George, 1st Lieutenant Jno. Renfro, 2nd Lieutenant J. W. Belcher, 3rd Lieutenant Isaac Shipp, Orderly Sargeant Given under our hands, third day of August 1861. O. S. Forbis, J. C. Calhoun, enrolling officers.
H. W. Hester, Capt. Jas. Ashberry, 1st Lt. A. S. Ayers, 2nd Lt. M. Goss, 3rd Lt. J. McBride, 1st Sgt J. W. Finley, 2d Sgt. A. W. Russ 3 Sgt Jno. Bailey, 4th Sgt. B. N. Robbins, Ensign B. P. Chaman, 1st Corp. W. J. Robbins, 2d Corp. J. Willingham, 3 Corp. Isham Davis 4th Corp. P R I V A T E S W. E. Webb A. K. Lankford Green Stinson J. K. Se.oards Andrew Reed R. A. Magee J. H. Cotton Alf Dill W. H. Ayers B. F. Wilson C. C. Wilson POST OFFICE: PERRYVILLE, TEXAS THE STATE OF TEXAS ) COUNTY OF WOOD ) I hereby certify that on Saturday, the 15th of July, the Militia of Precince No. 8 had an election in due form of law and that the foregoing names were thus duly enrolled and the above named officers duly elected in pursuance to the instructions of Brigadier Gen. S. M. Flournoy of the 12th Brigade of Texas Milia. July 18th, 1861. H. W. Hester, Enrolling Officer
1. Samuel Yandle 2. Wm. Starr 3. N. Holland 4. Wm. Bridges 5. James Bridges 6. T. V. McCreight 7. J. E. Bridges 8. R. Turner 9. Carter Irby 10. Frank Fitzgerald 11. A. B. Fraty (Frady) 12. Jesse Starr 13. James Turner 14. Houston Leech 15. Thos Slatter 16. Benj. Leech 17. Harrison Leech 18. Henry Jackson 19. Henry Dorsey 20. Salas Dunkin 21. Ed Sharpe 22. Wm. Tippett 23. F. Slatten (Slatter)24. Jno. McCreight 25. Joseph Cotton 26. E. B. Kinchlow 27. G. W. Mathews 28. Marshall Mathews 29. John Harry 30. John Price 31. Thos. Allison 32. T. Y. Logan 33. J. F. Logan 34. Wm. Slatter 35. Chas Litchfield 36. Wm. Elter 37. Joseph Elter 38. Joseph Litchfield 39. Jackson Dial 40. Isaac Elberger 41. John Linberger 42. Wm. Coker 43. T. J. Coker 44. Joseph Coker 45. E. J. Sterchs 46. S. J. Coker 47. Charles Coker 48. R. Dial 49. Cosby Thomas THE STATE OF TEXAS ) COUNTY OF WOOD ) That a respectable portion of the Citizens of Wood County in Beat No. 11 on saturday the 13th day of July 1861 . . . After the object of the meeting was explained they went into the election of officers for the company enrolled from the militia of the beat, when the following were elected: T. Y. Logan, Captain Jerry Bell, 1st Lieut. Carter Irby, 2nd Lieut. A. B. Frady, 3rd Lieut. (same as No. 11 above) Matthew McCreight, 1st Sargant Ed Sharp, 2nd Sargant Saml. Yandle, 3rd Sargant F. S. Fitzgerald, 4th Sargant Silas Duncan, 1st Corporal N. Holland, 2nd Corporal E. L. allison, 3rd Corporal J. T. Logan, 4th Corposal James Bridges, Drummer Wm. Bridges, fifer J. F. Logan, enrolling officer. July 15th 1861. Post Office: Lake Fork, Texas
WOOD, SON'S OF LIBERTY: OFFICERS: Jno. Benton, Sr., Captain J. Z. Brown, 1st Lieut. Wm. Moore, 2nd " J. R. Wright, 2nd " (should be 3rd Lieut) Patrick Quarterman, 1st Sargeant E. Wilcox, 2nd " Silas Garvin, 3rd " J. R. Moore, 4th " J. P. D. Thompson, 1st Corporal W. C. Yarbrough, 2nd " J. L. Blackwell, 3rd " D. S. Palmer, 4th " 1. W. B. Payne 2. J. M. Lloyd 3. Jas. M. Hay 4. N. G. Hamilton 5. M. B. Coats 6. James Coats 7. A. J. Cambell 8. A. E. Ford 9. Jonathan Knight 10. D. H. Prewett 11. Jesse Odum 12. Robt. M. Gibson 13. F. A. Parks 14. Elisha Attaway 15. Wm. Cafry Jr. 16. David White 17. Thos. Etheridge 18. G. W. Bell 19. J. M. Austin 20. J. L. Parker 21. J. M. Starnes 22. A. W. Lynch 23. J. T. Azbell 24. Oliver Vaden 25. E. J. Lynch 26. Jesse Wilcox 27. Henry Robertson 28. James Warren 29. W. H. Loiley 30. W. A. Morgan 31. Colin F. Wiley 32. L. G. Vernon 33. W. M. Taylor 34. Isaac W. Ward 35. M. M. Boggs 36. J. E. Munroe 37. F. M. Benton 38. G. H. Price 39. V. B. Wright 40. J. L. Moore 41. Abram Boyd 42. W. G. Clark 43. J. A. Thompson 44. N. Westbrook 45. Benj. Nichols 46. G. S. Matthews 47. Thos. A. Watson 48. J. A. Cook 49. Thos. Holley 50. F. M. Lanly (Laney) 51. U. R. Riddle 52. J. W. Bower 53. S. G. Barnett 54. B. O. Brown 55. Wesley Jones 56. W. H. Austin 57. G. W. Rozell 58. H. J. Craddock 59. J. N. Hutton 60. R. K. Bradshaw 61. A. Crumpler 62. Wm. Jernigan 63. G. B. Alvis 64. J. E. Stephens I certify that the foregoing is a list of the officers and privates of the Wood County "SONS OF LIBERTY", this 12th day of July 1861. Post Office: Webster, Tex. John Benton, Captain
J. J. Montgomery, Captain Ira B. Dement, 3rd Sargeant Richard Magee, 1st Lieut R. J. Pinson, 4th " J. A. Sorge, 2nd " T. J. Kerr, 1st Corporal R. H. Fowler, 3rd " S. Casey, 2nd " W. M. Yarbrough, Orderly Sargeant A. J. Waldrope, 3rd " Willis Parker, 2d " T. M. Mitchell, 4th " S. W. Byers, Ensign 1. R. T. Conklin 2. W. D. Leggett 3. P. T. Woodburry 4. E. H. Brown 5. S. L. Fitzgerald 6. J. S. O'Kelly 7. Wm. Parker 8. A. B. Self 9. C. McKen 10. W. L. Pouncy 11. W. B. Miller 12. B. Y. Ratcliff 13. W. H. Reid 14. J. O. Spicer 15. J. E. Neill 16. E. L. Trimble 17. T. M. Bivens 18. Tyre Buckley 19. Wm. Dove 20. R. Coots (Coats) 21. Jab. Raines 22. Tho. Dove 23. Wm. Parker 24. A. L. Phillips 25. E. C. Trimble 26. M. Johnson 27. W. P. Maloney 28. W. B. Maloney 29. S. M. Lyson 30. J. J. Austin 31. White Watson 32. Isaac Alread 33. G. H. Hill 34. J. A. Biddy (Bidby) 35. Elisha Cook 36. J. O. Pinson 37. Wm. Rice 38. Wright Norton 39. Rich'd Crawford 40. S. Miller 41. Calloway Reed 42. Boyd Pinson 43. Jefferson Bass 44. Alex Robertson 45. David Pinson 46. G. B. Yarbrie 47. Wright Cox 48. Wm. Case 49. D. Calhoun 50. M. Rushing 51. Jno. Stephens 52. Wm. Saterwhite 53. Jacob Freeze 54. E. G. Kendrick 55. S. Waskom 56. J. D. Mills 57. J. O. Wright 58. F. D. O'Kelly 59. Jno. Thrasher 60. Marion O'Kelley 61. John Spradling 62. (blank) 63. Plst Office: 64. Springville, Wood Co., Texs THE STATE OF TEXAS ) COUNTY OF WOOD ) I hereby . . . that the above named officers were duly elected . . . ac. .vie Company at Springville, Wood Co., July 10th, 1861, and that the above company was enrolled by me under the authority of the Brig. General S. M. Flournoy of Texas Militia in pursuance . . . instructions of the Ad- jutant General of the State aforesaid, as a Reserve Company. R. W. Spradling, Enfolling Officer July 25th, 1861
Note: Some clarifications to the following list have been provided by other researchers into Wood County genealogy. These clarifications are included in brackets  so that they may be differentiated from the original Don Roberts material. The sources of the clarifications are included at the end of the Company No. 9 listing.
W. R. Thorpe, Captain [Thorne. Source 1] H. N. Grogan, 1st Sargeant W. A. Grogan, 1st Lieut D. A. Renshaw, 2nd " B. P. Stout, 2nd " Moses Tullis, 3rd " N. Grant, 3rd " Caleb Browning, 4th " B. W. Browning, 1st Corporal Thos. Browning, 2d. " Z. Elledge, 3d " (this is probably E. Elledge) [Probably Zachariah Taylor Elledge. Source 1] Jas. Boyd, 4th " 1. N. W, Webb 2. M. C. Hogguo 3. R. B. Browning 4. E. H. Page 5. J. D. Bailey 6. J. L. Neel 7. T. J. Graves 8. C. F. Davis 9. R. Garrett 10. Wm. H. Wilmouth 11. D. C. Elledge 12. M. C. McCurry [D. C. Elledge was Dillard C. Elledge, brother to Zachariah. Source 1] [M. C. McCurry was Marcellus McCurry. Source 1] 13. Wm. Murphey 14. B. L. Edress 15. A. J. Benton 16. J. S. Williams 17. A. J. Wilmouth 18. J. C. Baker [J. C. Baker was John C. Baker. Source 1.] 19. John Elledge 20. H. F. Davis 21. Reuben Wilmouth [John Elledge was brother of Dillard and Zachariah. Source 1] 22. G. C. Baker 23. R. Reed 24. Stephen Harris [G. C. Baker was George C. Baker, brother of John C. Source 1] 25. Little Lemon 26. R. M. Crone 27. L. M. Patrick 28. D. F. Horton 29. B. J. Benton 30. B. F. Maul 31. George Wilmouth 32. W. R. Byron 33. M. A. Robertson 34. Thos. Brown 35. J. M. Lankford 36. H. Turner 37. J. H. Patrick 38. A. J. Grant 39. W. A. Jennings 40. J. C. Shoemaker 41. J. C. Newman 42. C. W. Shoemaker [J. C. Shoemaker was John Croft Shoemaker. Source 1] 43. W. A. Monday 44. Jno. Castle 45. Jas. Foster [Jno. Castle was John Levi Cassel, Jr. Source 1] 46. T. B. Hays 47. J. F. Batsell 48. L. R. Shumaker [L. R. Shumaker was Lindsay R. Shoemaker. Source 1] Post Office: Holly springs, Tex. I hereby certify that the above is a correct list of the officers and privates in my company. W. R. Thorpe, Captain.
Clarification Source 1: Carolyn Drost
[Mr. Roberts notes that pages 17 through 20 of the original archive papers were missing.]
V A N Z A N D T C O U N T Y T E X A SThe first Company organized in this County was a Volunteer Company, organized by Capt. Whetstone and heretofore forwarded to your office asking immediate service in the State or out of it.C O M P A N Y N O . 2 ( R E S E R V E )1. Casper McBride, Capt. 6. W. R. White, 2d Sargt. 2. B. W. Anderson, 1st Lt. 7. J. Bruton, 3d " 3. P. J. Hill, 2nd " 8. G. Y. Ellis, 4th " 4. J. W. Reeves, 3d " 9. J. P. Williams, 1st Corp. 5. H. B. Anderson, O.S. 10. C. Burnett, 2nd " 12. Matthew Johnson, 4th Corp. 11. Wm. A. James, 3rd " P R I V A T E S 13. Jacob Humble 14. M. L. Parsons 15. J. M. Thompson 16. N. G. Meek 17. E. W. Bridges 18. (skipped) 19. S. J. Sanders 20. J. Kellana 21. C. H. Ellis 22. Jno. McBride 23. Wm. Murray 24. John Howell 25. R. J. Hick 26. Wm. White 27. J. W. Greggory 28. S. L. Minor 29. H. Braden 30. Neal Martin 31. James Mills 32. Moses James 33. David Furguson 34. Sam'l Mills 35. A. B. Myric 36. Sam'l Jones 37. J. G. Norris 38. Jno. Painter 39. H. W. Whisenhunt 40. A. V. Smith 41. And. Barnett 42. J. M. Jones 43. H. B. Cartwright 44. Jno. Richardson 45. Wm. Freeman 46. Silas Meadows 47. Wade Blasingame 48. Wm. Wilson 49. Jno. McMillan 50. C. B. Owen 51. Jno. A. Jones 52. L. M. Barker 53. D. Cartwright 54. Wm. Flatt Post Office: Mustang, Van Zandt Co., Tex.THE STATE OF TEXAS ) VAN ZANDT COUNTY ) I hereby certify that the above names have been enrolled by me as an a_a (active) Company of Reserve(s) under the authority of the Brigadier General, S. M. Flournoy, and in accordance to the suggestions of the Adjutant General of the State and that on the 22d of July at Gray Bluff in Van Zandt County, and after due.... at a regulat meeting of the Company the above named officers were elected. Isaac Anderson, Enrolling Officer July 29th, 1861.
C O M P A N Y N O 3 (C A V A L R Y) A C T I V E :
B.F.Horton, Capt. J.McSpaden, 1st Sargt. G.H.Youngblood, 1st Corp. W.F.Beasley, 1st Lieut. J.R.McCain, 2nd " W. E. Still, 2d " J.E.Lee, 2nd " B.F.George, 3rd " G.H.George, 3rd " F.M.Hubbard, 4th " P R I V A T E S 11. Thos W. Patterson 12. R. J. Youngblood 13. H. G. Smith 14. B. B. Brannan 15. W. G. Harper 16. C. Cathron 17. W. L. Brown 18. A. J. George 19. J. F. Boiken 20. Wm. Ingram 21. B. F. George 22. A. J. Morris 23. Wm. Preston (Partin)24. Wm. Brown 25. B. A. Pugh 26. J. F. Davidson 27. T. P. Brown 28. A. N. Pugh 29. J. G. Snipes 30. C. H. O'Quinn 31. J. R. O'Quinn 32. J. F. Featherstone 33. J. R. Cantrell 34. R. A. McCain 35. C. C. McCain 36. O. G. Denton 37. Jas Rosmbaum 38. W. A. Martin 39. Isaac Brown 40. Mar. Patterson 41. A. J. Reiley 42. J. C. Easley 43. Jno. Shaffin 44. M. Y. Smith 45. W. P. Snider 46. James Patterson P O S T O F F I C E : Edom, Van Zandt Co., Texas.THE STATE OF TEXAS ) VAN ZANDT COUNTY 0 I certify that accompanying muster roll of a Mounted Active Company of 37 men enrolled by me in Beat No. 5 is a true copy of the original and that the election of officers was held in said beat 5. J. Youngblood, Enrolling Officer Sworn to and subscribed before me an acting Justice of the Peace in Beat No. 5, Van Zandt County, Texas. A. W. Revley, P.P.
C O M P A N Y N O 5 , A C T I V E C A V A L R Y
1. N. F. Chalk, Capt. 2. J. R. Dean, 1st Lt. 3. J. R. Allen 2d " 4. B. M. Williams, 3d " 5. Isaac Anderson, 1st Sgt. 6. F. C. Martin 2d " 7. A. B. McInturf 3d " 8. W. W. Allen, 4th " 9. W. H. Chancelor, 1st Crp 10. C. J. Sartin, 2d " 11. J. S. Ellis, 3d " 12. George Massey, 4th " PRIVATES: 13. J. A. O'Neal 14. J. Ellis 15. J. R. Robinet 16. B. Patten 17. S. B. Elliott 18. J. F. Sartain 19. E. L. Murray 20. Jno. Murray 21. T. C. Bridges 22. Jno. Childress 23. H. P. Hunt 24. W. D. Pace 25. E. A. Mitchell 26. M. W. Ellis 27. J. F. Murray 28. A. P. Sullivan 29. Jo. Adkins 30. Wm. Mann 31. M. M. Robins 32. H. P. Pierce 33. W. J. McLaren 34. H. Henderson 35. Wm. Evans 36. B. F. Bundlin 37. J. C. Murray 38. W. M. Loggin 39. Wm. Scott 40. D. C. Hicks 41. J. F. JonesTHE STATE OF TEXAS ) VAN ZANDT COUNTY ) I hereby certify that the above named officers were duly elected at a regular meeting of the Company at Gray's Bluff, Van Zandt County, on the 22d day of July, 1861 after the members of the Company that the Company enrolled under the direction of Brig. Gen S. M. Flournoy of the 12th Brigade of Texas Militia and in compliance to the instructions of the Adjutant General of the State. Isaac Anderson, Enrolling Officer. ___________61 (appears to be a date)
COMPANY NO. 6 (RESERVE) INFANTRY1. A. Wheat, Capt. 2. A. Creagle, 1st Lieut. 3. M. Manning, 2d " 4. Sam Clay, 3d " 5. J. J. Kuykendall, 1st Sgt. 6. A. D. Benton, 2d " 7. A. L. Hinds 3rd " 8. D. Jordan, 1st Corporal 9. E. Jone, 2d " 10. A.J. Johnson, 3d " 11. A. Hanks, 4th " 12. Noah Kuykendall, Ensign 13. A. Brown 14. W. P. Bratcher 15. A. Blair 16. Wm. Bunday 17. J. W. Corley 18. J. P. Cox 19. J. W. Clark 20. J. W. Chrisman 21. J. M. Drew 22. Esq. Esquire 23. B. Flowers 24. W. H. Flowers 25. S. G. Hanks 26. A. C. Johnson 27. Jas Jones 29. M. Jones 30. J. M. Jones 31. J. A. Kuykendall 32. P. E. Kuykendall 33. Peter Kuykendall 34. E. R. Kuykendall 35. A. Kuykendall 36. James Lee 37. J. B. Lewis 38. A. Lindsey 39. A. W. McClellan 40. Wm. P. Mitchell 41. A. D. McClellan 42. A. G. McKnight 43. D. A. Monk 44. J. G. Monk 45. Jo. Neal 46. J. W. Price 47. Jo. Passmore 48. Nathan Passmore 49. C. P. Parker 50. J. M. Patterson 51. S. Q. Richardson 52. Wm. Sharpe 53. J. L. Smith 54. J. W. Smith 55. G. White 56. G. N. Walker 57. D. Wallis 58. J. C. Wheeler 59. C. Watkins 60. Van Walker 61. Jno. Waldin 62. W. W. Walker 63. Jnon Reader 64. Jo. Reader 65. T. L. Chrisman 66. (space blank) 67. Isaac Robertson 69. T. J. Harvey 70. Joseph Green 71. Lewis Cloines 72. Robert Johnson 73. J. H. Wilson 74. Wm. Gibson 75. T. Barville 76. J. M. Halsell 77. J. A. Foshee 78. J. Woodall 79. J. D. Bendercamp 80. T. N. Hays 81. W. W. Crisman 82. W. H. Hazlewood 83. K. S. Jorday 84. --- POST OFFICE: Jordan Saline, Van Zandt Co., Texas. Note: No. certificate. S.M.F.
S M I T H C O U N T Y
COMPANY NO. 1 (Light Infantry) (Active Company) 1. J. M. Clinton, Captain 5. Dan'l edmond, 1st Sargt. 2. J. M. Lord, 1st Lieut 6. Geo. P. Allen, 2d " 3. J. W. Allen, 2nd " 7. George W. Sun, 3rd " 4. Tate Wrenn, 3rd " 8. T. J. Jarman, 4th " 9. Jas. W. Mitchell, 1st Corp. 10. John Thorn, 2nd " 11. D. Latnell (D. L. Latnell), 3rd" 12. Jo. M. Jarmon, 4th " PRIVATES 13. A. C. Matthews 14. J. A. Chambers 15. E. A. Hill 16. David Hill 17. David C. Yarbrough 18. Calvin Downey 19. J. C. Stroud 20. J. S. Land 21. L. W. McCleney 22. G. W. Wagner 23. R. L. Land 24. C. J. Murray 25. Wm. McDonald 26. Wm. M. Pool 27. Henry Pool 28. J. F. Kelley 29. J. T. Lee 30. B. L. Hill 31. J. W. Pool 32. James F. Pool 33. Jno. W. Hill 34. Thos. R. Wiley 35. Thos. C. Legg 36. Jas. Thorn 37. Wm. P. Kelley 38. A. Lee 39. John Collins 40. T. C. LaddPOST OFFICE: Mount Carmel, Smith Co., Tex. THE STATE OF TEXAS ) SMITH COUNTY ) I do hereby certify that the above Muster Roll is a copy of the enrollment made by me and that officers therein enrolled was duly elected by said company. DAVID HILL, Enrolling Officer This 15th day of July 1861.
COMPANY NO. 2 (RESERVE)
1. David Hill, Capt. 29. J. T. Hill 51. (blank) 2. Matt Shamburger, 1st Lieut. 30. Wm. Buckholts 52. Geo. Greer 3. Wm. F. McCullough, 2nd " 31. A. J. Johnson 53. E. L. Chambliss 4. Jno. Boyett, 3rd " 32. Jas. Perryman 54. J. L. Smith 5. Wm. Blychfield, 1st Sagt. 33. Alfred Hitt 55. G. W. Simmons 6. J. C. Wrenn, 2d " 34. Thos. Pool 56. Geo. R.Casper 7. M. L. Brown, 3rd " 35. North Alman 57. G. Gorman 8. W. G. Fuller, 4th " 36. Jno. Pool 13. H. G. Land 37. C. L. 14. Jno. E. Prather 38. J. D. Price 18. Wm. Price 39. J. M. Buckholt 19. Wm. Perryman 40. A. M. Flemming 20. J. C. Matthews 41. H. J. Jarman 21. H. H. Hitt 42. J. B. Morris 22. L. F. Petty 43. A. W. Stroud 23. C. F. Wiley 44. Wm. Wrenn 24. W. P. Kelley 45. Jas. McClenny 25. Littleton Chambliss 46. J. A. Prater 26. Peter Downey 47. Thos. R. Swan 27. O. Hitt. 48. W. H. Thorn 28. J.....Gorman (faint) 49. W. C. Thorn 50. J. Y. Truelove 58. E. McMurray 59. Geo. Perryman 60. A. C. Brown 61. Thos. Wrenn 62. Wm. Perryman, Jr. 63. Q. A. Shuford 64. A. McDonald 65. D. M. Clinton 66. (no number) 67. Wm. Buckholt 68. T. B. Owens 69. N. F. Hitt 70. Wm. Shamburger 71. J. M. Hester 72. Thos. Ratliff 73. Wm. F. Mitchell 74. David Hoke 75. J. L. S. Baker 76. N. B. Stroud 77. Wm. McMurray 78. Stephen Kelly 80. G. W. Clinton 81. Albert Noland 82. G. W. Milner 83. T. L. Kay 84. D. S. 85. Thos. Wiggins 86. B. W. Sewell 87. J. M. Wiggins 88. Asa Hitt 89. T. Todd 90. Usham K. TabblePOST OFFICE: MT. CARMEL, Smith Co., Texas THE STATE OF TEXAS ) COUNTY OF SMITH ) I do certify that the within muster rolls is a true copy of the enrollment made by me and that the officers as therein enrolled was duly elected by said company. Given under my .... 15th day of July, 1861. DAVID HILL, Enrolling Officer
I have thus given you a copy of the returns made by me at Quitman by the several enrolling officers. Not in one instance have they forwarded me a duplicate copy and hence I am forced to the necessity of transcribing. The certificates on all are defective but it is impossible to ovserve the due forms of law in the work of organization, or if ao, to make so appear. I hope that the good inten- tions of the people will supply all defects. They are ready to fight for our State if necessary with or without the forms of organization. Respectfully submitted, S. M. Flournoy, BRIG. GEN. 12th BRG. TEXAS MILITIA