Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains

                                                                                       by Patricia Adkins-Rochette

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Confederate Veterans' Reunion in 1909 Nocona

Nocona, Montague County TX

The program for the October 18th, 19th, 20th, 1909 Confederate Veterans' Reunion was retyped and printed in the August 17, 1961 Nocona News, Nocona, Texas.  It was sponsored by the Woodmen of the World as well as the Old Settlers and the U.C.V.    On the back cover of the program was a listing of the officers of their 1902 Reunion.   There are about 150 soldiers listed including Generals W.L. Cabell and R.M. Gano plus Colonel J.A. Cummins.    

Glen Wilson, a Nocona area historian of 1961, speculated that many of the men mentioned in the article were buried in the Montague County TX area.  Your editor's relative "William Reece Bourland" -- listed as "J.R. Bourland" -- lived in 1909 in Clarendon, Donley  County TX.

More Confederate Reunion web pages on this website are:

http://www.bourlandcivilwar.com/AltusConfederateVeterans.htm

http://www.bourlandcivilwar.com/CarterCountyOKCivilWarVeterans.htm

http://www.bourlandcivilwar.com/ErathCountyCivilWarVeterans.htm

http://www.bourlandcivilwar.com/McCullochCountyCivilWarVeterans.htm

http://www.bourlandcivilwar.com/Kimberlin.htm

http://www.bourlandcivilwar.com/NoconaConfederateVeterans.htm

 

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Patricia Adkins-Rochette        03/20/2013           prochette@Juno.com    

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