Category Archives: Thought to be buried in McGavock

George W. Williams, Co A, 7th Texas Infantry

Member of Company A, 7th Texas Infantry CSA which was General Hiram Granbury’s original unit. Rank, unit served with – Company A, 7th Texas Infantry CSA Any personal info about the soldier that you’re aware of – he was of Colonel … Continue reading

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Lt. Samuel Brister, 40th Miss Infantry

Lt. Samuel Brister 40th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, company D – Confederate Samuel was born Oct. 21, 1831 in Attala County, Mississippi.  He was the eldest son of Edmond Brister and Mathilda Norman Brister.  Samuel married Annis Lovin Guess (1839-1898) in about … Continue reading

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Calvin Hodley Lewis, 2nd Arkansas Infantry was killed at Franklin

My great great grandfather, Calvin Hodley Lewis was killed at the battle of Franklin . He was a member of the 2nd Arkansas Infantry Company I. He was a private who enlisted December 1862 at Warren Arkansas. He is listed … Continue reading

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