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

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Rebecca Waid of Dallas, Texas


CAPTAIN MILTON STANHOPE AUSTIN #2606
UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY

of the ROCKWALL, TEXAS UDC

Shiloh Cemetery in Campbell, near Lone Oak, Hunt County, Texas

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We Invite you to

Join us for a Grave Marker Dedication
Honoring the 17 Confederate Veterans
Buried at Shiloh Cemetery
 

Saturday, September 20, 2008
2:30 P.M.   At
Shiloh Cemetery
Campbell, Texas
 

DIRECTIONS TO SHILOH CEMETERY
From Dallas or Greenville:
Take I-30 EAST
Exit #101 (Hwy 50) North
Go back over the overpass (left)
Turn right on the first county road (CR4112)
Shiloh Cemetery will be on the right
Please be sure to bring your lawn chairs!
 

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We are honoring 17 veterans.  Of those, 11 have family members that will be there.  Three veterans (Rudolph, Samuel and William Voyles) ...the only descendants I have located are in NC and dealing with a tropical storm right now!  The other 3 veterans are my project for the weekend...try my best to find family members.

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 AUTHOR:   Becca Waid
  DATE:     Saturday, 13 September 2008, at 1:27 p.m.

  Reply To: (#10053) Grave Marker Dedication - Honoring 17 Veterans
  Author:   Becca Waid
  Date:     Saturday, 6 September 2008, at 3:49 p.m.

Green Chaffin........................Co H Hawpe’s 31st TX Cavalry
George Bascom Clark...........Co I, Morgan's Battalion, Parson's Brigade, TX
Cavalry
John Lihue Fox....................Co A, Burnet’s 1st TX Sharpshooters
William Marion Fox............Co A, Burnet’s 1st TX Sharpshooters
Elisha P. Gaines...................Co D, 3rd TX Cavalry
Freel Hale.............................Co A, Burnet’s 1st TX Sharpshooters
Peyton (Pate) Hale.............Co A, Martin's Militia, TX State Troops
John Augustus Hare.........Co C, Dobbin’s 1st AR Cavalry
Samuel N. Hefner........... ...Co D, 3rd TX Cavalry
William Mansfield Husbands....Co A, Burnet’s 1st TX Sharpshooters
Samuel Hamilton McClatchy.....Co K, Sims’ 9th TX Cavalry
Martin Van Buren Roundtree....Co I, Colbert’s 40th MS Infantry
Rudolph Voyles...................Co I, Taylor’s 22nd TX Cavalry
Samuel Homer Voyles...........Co B, Terrell’s 37th TX Cavalry
William S. Voyles..................Co H, Hawpe’s 31st TX Cavalry
David Yarborough Wilkerson....Co B, 37th TX Cavalry
David Williams......................Co C, 1st AL Cavalry

If you are a descendant of one (or more!) of these gentlemen...or know someone
who is...please contact me. There are still a couple of them that we haven't
been able to locate any family for.

Becca Waid
 

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