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William C. Chaffin Is shown as a 4th Corporal on the first Texas State Infantry Company Muster Roll. He mustered into the Texas Service on June 12, 1861 at Greenville in Hunt County, Texas. On the second Texas State Muster Roll, Chafin is shown as a 1st Corporal. He resigned on August 24, 1861 and became a private. On September 1, 1861 private Robert R. Moore substituted in his place.

M. N. (V.) Davis  Name first appears as M . N. Dias on the 3rd State Muster Roll, showing that  private E. C. Fry substituted in his place on September 1, 1861.  The last two State Muster Rolls show that E. C. Fry substituted for M. V. Davis.

James W. Williams (Cpl of 11th Cav, 11th Cav, Co H). The 3rd State Muster Roll shows that he entered the Texas Cavalry Service with this Company, as a private, on September 13, 1861. No age was recorded. However, the 4th State Muster Roll shows that he substituted for private N. C. Reynolds (of later Hawpe’s 31st Cav, Co H) from September 1, 1861.

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William L. Willhelm Entered the State Cavalry Service with this Company for one day on October 2, 1861 as a substitute for former 3rd Corporal William W. Jones.

William W. Watson Was a substitute for private G. G. Morris from August 24, 1861. His age is shown as 20 years old on the third Texas State Muster Roll. The last two State Muster Rolls show that Watson entered the State Service on September 1, 1861.

Jacob E. Cole  The 3rd State Muster Roll shows Cole substituted in the State Cavalry Service in place of John Odell on September 7, 1861.  However, the last two State Muster Rolls show that Cole entered the State Service on September 1, 1861.

E. K. Patrick Volunteered for Captain Causler’s Company of Infantry at the town of Greenville in Hunt County, Texas on June 12, 1861. He was a private in that unit. Substituted private James Bryan in his place on August 24, 1861 (per 3rd State Muster Roll). The last two State Muster Rolls show that Patrick was an Ensign and had the Substitution on September 1, 1861

 

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Bryan, James

Chaffin, Wm. C.

Cole, Jacob E.

Moore, Robt R.

Morris, G.G.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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