Category Archives: 7th Texas Infantry

Granbury’s Brigade, Cleburne’s Division, serving with
5th Confederate
35th Tennessee
6th-10th Texas
7th Texas
15th Texas
17th-18th-24th-25th Texas Cavalry (dismounted)
Nutt’s Louisiana Cavalry (dismounted)

Robert Scott Montgomery, Co. I, Sabine Grays, 7th Texas Infantry Regiment.

1. Robert Scott Montgomery 2. Co. I, Sabine Grays, 7th Texas Infantry Regiment. 3. Born about 1839 Spartanburg Co., SC. A son of Benjamin Franklin Montgomery, 04 Nov 1810 – 03 Jun 1900, and Harriet Moss, 22 Aug 1811 – 05 Jan … Continue reading

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Edward Burleson Estes, Co A, 7th Texas Infantry

My 3rd great uncle, Edward Burleson Estes, was also in the Battle of Franklin. Rank, unit served with – Private, Company A, 7th Texas Infantry CSA Any personal info about the soldier that you’re aware of – see below the … Continue reading

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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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William Calvin Frederick of Company E (Cherokee Rifles) , 7th Texas Infantry

I’d like to submit the biographical info on my mother’s father’s mother’s father (my great-great grandfather) William Calvin Frederick of Company E (Cherokee Rifles) , 7th Texas Infantry. I have copies of his obituary, as well as an account of his … Continue reading

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J.K. (James Knox) Bivins, Company B, 7th Texas Infantry

My great-great-great uncle, J. K. Bivins, fought in the Battle of Franklin. J.K. Bivins married Viola “Bee” Cobb (b. 1863) Aunt Bee wrote a little book entitled “Memoirs”, by Mrs. J.K. Bivins, part of which told about her husband’s time in … Continue reading

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