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

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VanZandt, Wood, Smith, and Kaufman Counties

were the permanent residences of at least 185 men

of the 496 men in the Brush Battalion

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Below is a listing of the CSA military units from which men from VanZandt, Wood, Smith, and Kaufman Counties had deserted then enrolled in the Confederate Brush Battalion. ..Thus far, I have identified 185 men, of 496 total, who were from VanZandt, Wood, Kaufman, and Smith Counties. ..Most were from Denton, Hunt and Collin Counties. ..There were about 2,000 men in the bush when 496 men voluntarily enrolled in the Confederacy, AGAIN.
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Burns, 10 men deserted..... (J.R) Burnsí Cav, became Likensí 35th Cav.
Burnet, 8 men deserted..... (J.) Burnetís 1st Battn. Cav. Sharpshooters
Burnett, 2 men deserted.... (J.H.) Burnettís 13th TX Cavalry
Fitzhugh, 10 men deserted.. (W.F.) Fitzhughís 16th TX Cavalry
Hardeman, 10 men deserted.. (P.C) Hardemanís Cav. Battn
Hubbard, 24 men deserted... (R.B) Hubbardís 22d TX Infantry
Lane, 11 men deserted...... (W.P.) Laneís 1st Partisans, Russellís Co D
Martin, 20 men deserted.... (L.M.) Martinís 5th Partisan Rangers
Stevens, 56 men deserted... (J.G.) Stevensí 22d TX Cav-1st Indian Regt
Terrell, 24 men deserted... (A.W.) Terrellís 37th TX Cavalry
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