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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Thomas Davis "Tom" Williams (1822-1908)

Sgt. in Company H of Bourland's Regiment

McFarlandSebastianWhite, and  Williams entries below from my Name Index

 

Question: Which military unit did he serve in at the Battle of Pea Ridge ?

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from Patti's 146-page Name Index

Thomas Davis "T.D. or Tom" Williams (1822 DeKalb Co TN-1908 Garfield, Benton Co AR (tombstone s/s Hulda's); m-1842 St Francois Co MO to Hulda Sebastian; m,2-1866 to Martha E. Ford; 1860 Fannin Co TX cen p218; moved 1868 to Benton Co AR (Sgt, Co H, Bourland's Regt), A-20, A-31, A-151                     

T.D.'s oldest son

Johnathan Hiram Williams (1846 St. Francois Co MO-1914 Restland Cem, Boswell, Choctaw Co OK); m-1865 Fannin Co TX to Eliza Jane Gore; 1860 Fann Co TX cen p219 (Fannin Co, TST), A-149

article by Clydene Williams Cannon

Thomas Davis Williams, also known as T. D., Tom and Thomas, was born  April 27, 1822 in DeKalb County, Tennessee.  He migrated to St. Francois County, Missouri with his parents, John Jefferson and Nancy M. Bowles Williams, about 1829 where he grew to adulthood.  In St. Francois County, Missouri he married to Hulda Sebastian on August 2, 1842, the daughter of Martin Chandler and Mourning Smith Sebastian.  Thomas and Hulda's first three children were born in Missouri: Mary Jane b. July 6, 1843 - Mourning E., November 22, 1844  and John Hiram Williams Sr., September 15, 1845.  In 1845, they moved to Fannin County, Texas where the rest of their children were born: Rachel Lucinda, August 2, 1846 - Elijah, May 5, 1847 - Joseph, June 18, 1851 - Nancy C., February 8, 1853 and Benjamin F. Williams, May 23, 1856.  Thomas Davis Williams is enumerated on the 1850 Fannin County, Texas Census in Household #220 as "T. D." and on the 1860 Census, Household #580/593 as "T." Williams. 

T. D., as our family calls him, was a farmer and owned a sizable about of acreage in Fannin County, Texas, prior to the Civil War shipping his product to New Orleans by way of the Red River and the railroad but the War would change his life forever.  His Civil War Pension Record Testimony reveals his service to the best of his memory.  At the time he gave his deposition, he was suffering from old age; hard of hearing and partially blind at the age of 81 years old.  He stated that he enlisted as a Private under Captain John W. Piner's Company in the Fannin County's 14th Brigade under Commanding Officer, General S. A. Roberts, TST on July 6, 1861 at Honey Grove, Texas, Precinct 7, at the age of 38.  He marched to Benton County, Arkansas where he fought in the Battle of Pea Ridge.  From March of 1862 to June of 1862 he was in Company I of the Texas Cavalry and in 1862 to 1865 he served in Company I, Texas Calvary under Colonel James Bowlins.

            [re: Col. James Bourland's Regt: the records of Companies

            I, G, and H were scrambled by the adjutant general's office].

After the battles and hardship of the War, T. D. returned to Fannin County to reunite with his family and learned of the tragedy they had endured during his absence.  His beloved wife, Hulda, and his next to the youngest son, Josephus, had perished during the war probably due to lack of food in the area.  The Red River and the railroads had been cut off and no outside goods were forthcoming so hunger and starvation was a common thing.  His eldest son, John Hiram, 15 years old at the time, served in the Oak Hill Home Guard protecting the citizens and railroads there from northern aggressors but he could do little to save his mother and youngest brother from lack of food.  After the War, T. D. filed with the State of Texas for the loss of two of his family members due to the War.  His land was barren but he continue to help and support his remaining children into adulthood. 

In 1866, he met and married Martha E. Ford and by 1868 they had moved to Garfield, Benton County, Arkansas and acquired 240 acres, (Section 7-Twp20-Range 28) on Sugar Creek about ten miles from where he had fought in the Battle of Pea Ridge just down the mountain from Yreka Springs.  The beauty of the area and the fertile farm land there must have drawn him back to live.  T. D., about 1870, built a large log home but later built his nice flagstone house, across the road, on Sugar Creek and both are still extant in 2008.  There he raised his second family consisting of four sons: William H. born 1867, TX - Thomas J., born 1869, MO - George Washington, born 1870 and Robert M. born 1874.  Nancy and Rachel Lucinda, his daughters by his first wife, Hulda, lived there in Benton County, but returned to Fannin County, Texas, later, where they married. 

Thomas Davis "T.D." died March 5, 1908 at his home  near Garfield, Arkansas there on Sugar Creek.  He is buried on land his son, George W., donated for the private Williams Cemetery; today known as the Williams-Snoderly Cemetery.  His second wife, Martha, is buried next to him and several of his sons are also buried there along with their families.  (by Clydene Williams Cannon, 1013 Hargus Avenue, Vallejo, CA 94591, Sep 2008 - the 2nd G. G. Daughter of Thomas Davis Williams)  >>wmscan@att.net<<

1860 Fannin Co TX cen, pp218-219
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T. Williams, .....male, 37 MO
H. Williams, .......fe, 36 MO
M.J. Williams, .....fe, 16 MO
John Williams, ...male, 15 MO
Elijah Williams, .male, 13 TX
M.C. Williams,......fe, 11 TX
Josephus Williams, male, 8 TX
Nancy C. Williams, fe, 5 TX
Ben F. Williams, .male, 4 TX
Rachel S. Williams, fe, 2 TX

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McFarland, McFarlin

Andrew Jackson or Jackson M., see Jackson McFarland (1817-1883)

Arthur Rodney, 1845 TX-1899 Chickasha, I.T.; m-1867 Fann Co TX to Mary E. (Terry) Chamblee; Stevens' 22d Cav-1st Indian-TX Regt, Co C (Hawpe's 31st Cav, Co I, furloughed 15 days, report to Hdqts Oct 20, 1863; Brush Battalion, CSA), A-345

Jackson, Andrew Jackson, 1817 St Genevieve Co MO-1883 Fann Co TX; m-1845 Fann Co TX to Artemissa Pence; A. McFarland's Rangers (Arizona Brigade), see ORsIv41/2[S#84]p1098; (Lt, Co F, Bourland's Regt), 21, 29, 302, 316, 318, A-5, A-9, A-16, A-21, A-22, A-23, A-30, A-124, A-151, A-196

James E., 1833 St Francois Co MO-1865, starving, ate green corn that killed him on way home from war; 22d Cav-1st Indian-TX Regt, Co C (Fannin Co, TST), A-148

James M., b-1845 VA (Montague Co, TST), A-294, A-295, A-308

James O., 1826 Greene Co TN-1911 Porter Cem; m,1-1851 Fann Co TX to Ruth W. Atkins, m,2-1865 Fann Co TX to Nancy Routh; 22d TX Cav, Sgt, Co A, CSA (Fannin Co, TST), A-146

James Robert, b-1829 (Stevens' 22d Cav-1st Indian-TX Regt, Co C, furloughed 15 days, report to Hdqts Oct 20, 1863; Brush Battalion, CSA), A-345

Jasper, 1828-1888 Clinton Cem, Hunt Co TX and m-Clarrissa Cooper; Hawpe's 31st Cav Co I; Brush Battalion, CSA (Hunt Co, TST), A-156

John (probably meant Joseph, b-1844 TX, son of Samuel) due to Irish accent (Fannin Co, TST), A-146

John Green McFarlin, 1824 Carroll Co GA-1917 Burnet Co TX; m,1-1853 Union Co AR to Nancy Fran Jones, 9 ch; m,2-1895 Burnet Co TX to Mahala Celia Humphreys Boone; w/ Gen. Tarrant, 1841 Battle of Village Creek; 1860 Llano Co TX cen p375 (1864 Mason Co TX), 230

John, b-1846 MO, brother to Finis McFarlane b-1839 (Montague Co, TST), A-321

McFarland's (A.J.) Rangers (Arizona Brigade) or Independent Spy Co, (Capt, Co F, Bourland's Regt.), 302, A-5, A-21

Newton M., b-1838; m-1860 Hunt Co TX to Sarah Carolyn Tucker; Hawpe's 31st Cav. (Sgt, Fannin Co, TST), A-150

R. or B. McFarlin, (1864 Mason Co TX), 230

Samuel H. (Lt, Davis & Marion Co's, TST), A-34, A-44

Samuel, b-1814 Ireland and m-1838 Fann Co TX to Desina Kerr (1846 Fannin Co TX), 44

Thomas F., b-1838/5 MO; 1860 Montague Co TX cen; Johnson's 14th Cav, Co F (Co C, Bourland's Regt), 105, A-16, A-29, A-292

Thomas M., b-1840 TN (Red River Co, TST), A-66

Wm. B., b-1826 TX (Titus Co, TST), A-83, A-84

Yelverton, 1840 TX-1870 Fann Co TX, son of Samuel McFarland of Ireland (Fannin Co, TST), A-146

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Sebastian

Elijah Scott Sebastian, 1823 MO-1863 and m-1847 Fann Co TX to Sarah Jane McFarland; 1860 Fann Co TX cen p219 (Fannin Co, TST), A-151

 

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White

__, Mr. White, killed 1863 in Indian raid, 204

A. (Co D, I, H, Bourland's Regt), A-20, A-29

A. C., b-1819 (Fannin Co, TST), A-146, A-151

A. D. (Collin Co TX), A-179

A. F. (Tarrant Co, TST), A-244, A-245

A. J., b-1843 (Montague Co, TST), A-300

A. T. (VanZandt Co, TST, Brush Battalion, CSA), A-346

A. T. (VanZandt County Militia; Brush Battalion, CSA), A-346

A. W. (Jack Co, TST), A-322

Aaron (Red River Co, TST), A-73

Alford, b-1841 (Hunt Co, TST), A-154

Amanda E. (Bourland) Brown (1843-1872), A-24

Ambrose B. (1811 OH-1885 Whitesboro TX) fought in the Blackhawk War, m-1833 in Illinois to Sarah Elizabeth Mourdoh, 15 ch; settled 1848 on the Wolfpath where he founded White’s Colony or Westview Inn, later Whitesboro (Capt, Co D, Bourland's Regt), 165, 167, 173, 198, 199, 200, 231, 240, 245, 277, 294, 300, A-9, A-20, A-23, A-28, A-29, A-315, A-416, A-419, A-433, N-149, N-150

Anderson, b-1801 (Sgt, Montague Co, TST), A-292, A-295

Augustus, b-1836 (Clay Co, TST), A-274

B. C. (Titus Co, TST), A-85

B. F. (Cpl, Tarrant Co, TST), A-246

Benjamin (Collin Co TX), A-179

C. C., b-1822 AR; m-Rebecca (Titus Co, TST), A-83

C. T. (Co K, Bourland's Regt), A-31

Charlie, b-1843 (Hunt Co, TST), A-154

Claiborne M. (Montague Co, TST), A-292

Coleman (Capt, Collin Co, TST), A-162, A-163

D. G. (Fannin Co, TST), A-148

D. M. (Collin Co TX), A-182

Darren E. (Marion Co TX), A-39

David (Cherokee Mtd Vol's, CSA), A-351

David, b-1822 (Jack Co, TST), A-314, A-317, A-318

David, b-1827 (Montague Co, TST), A-300

David, b-1829 KY; 1860 Parker Co TX cen p438 (in Feb 1865 met Britt Johnson), 283

F. (Red River Co, TST), A-72

F. J., b-1841 (Sgt, Palo Pinto Co, TST; Co D, Bourland's Regt), 282, A-20, A-30, A-314, N-150

F. M. (Cherokee Mtd Vol's, CSA), A-351

Francis M. (1859 Land Office, Austin TX), 107

George H., b-1843 (Collin & Dallas Co's, TST), A-182, A-191

George W., beef agent (Tarrant Co, TST), A-215, A-217

H. P. (Titus Co, TST), A-85

Henry H., b-1830 NC (Hopkins Co, TST), A-122

Henry K., b-1834 MD (Lamar Co, TST), A-105, A-111

J. A., b-1827 (Parker Co, TST), A-331

J. B. (Co H, I, Bourland's Regt), A-20, A-30, A-149

J. C. (Hunt Co TX), A-138

J. D., b-1831 IL; m-Sarah A.P.; 1860 Wise Co TX cen p321 (Lt, Wise Co, TST), 318, A-301

J. J., b-1824 (Jack Co, TST), A-322

J. L. (Collin Co TX), A-179

J. M., b-1839 (Montague Co, TST), A-298, A-300

J. N. (Hopkins Co, TST), A-115

J. P. (Hopkins Co, TST), A-55, A-121

J. S., may be Joshua White, b-1827 AL found 1860 Red River Co TX cen p103 (Red River Co, TST), A-66

J. W. (Co H, I, Bourland's Regt), A-20, A-30

J. W., b-1844 (Sgt, Erath & Jack Co's, TST), A-226, A-227, A-322

J. Y., b-1818 (Jack Co, TST), A-322

James (Cherokee Mtd Vol's, CSA), A-351

James (Davis Co TX), A-38

James D.; Howell's Battery (Fannin Co, TST), A-142

James K. (Clay Co, TST), A-274, A-275

James Marion (1828 SC-aft 1912); m-Sarah Ann L. Whatley; 1860 Fann Co TX cen p231, Ladonia P.O. 27th TX Cav-Whitfield's-Ross' 1st TX Legion, Co's C, M (Sgt, Fannin Co, TST), A-137, A-149

James P.; 9th Cav, Co I (Titus Co, TST), A-88

James P.; Sims' 9th Cav, Co I (Titus Co, TST), A-88

James, b-1838 (Jack Co, TST), A-322

James, b-1844 TX; 1860 Titus Co TX cen p151; 11th Cav, Co I (Titus Co, TST), A-78, A-79

Jason L., b-1833; 1860 Cooke Co TX cen p243 (Cooke Co, TST), A-283

Jason R., b-1825 GA; 1860 Titus Co TX cen p143 (Titus Co, TST), A-82

John (Collin & Dallas Co's, TST), A-191

John (Lamar Co, TST), A-113

John (Lt, Co F, Seminole Mtd Vol's, CSA), A-355, A-362

John D., b-1831 (Hunt Co, TST), A-154

John H. (Stevens' 22d Cav-1st Indian-TX Regt, Co H, Brush Battalion, CSA), A-346

John H. (Stevens' 22d Cav-1st Indian-TX Regt, Co H; Brush Battalion, CSA), A-346

John L., b-1837 (Surgeon, Cooke Co, TST), A-102

John L., b-1841 (Clay Co, TST), A-274

John P., b-1838 KY; m-Elizabeth (1861 Jack Co TX), 251

John, b-1819 (Lt, Denton Co, TST), A-252, A-284, A-285

Joseph B. (Lt, Collin Co, TST), A-163, A-179, A-198

L. A. (Hopkins Co, TST), A-115

L. B. (Saufley's Scouting Battalion, CSA), A-45

M. (Lt, Tarrant Co, TST), A-245

M., b-1846 (Wise Co, TST), A-336

Marcus D., b-1844 MO; 1860 Johnson Co TX cen p440; Darnell's 18th Cav; DeMorse's 29th Cav, Co B, enrolled in Denton Co TX; arrested 1865 Wise Co TX (Johnson Co, TST), 314, A-230

Marg. J. (Hunt Co TX), A-138

Media, b-1827 (Hunt Co, TST), A-156

Milton I., b-1841 TX; 1860 Titus Co TX cen p167 (Titus Co, TST), A-81, A-85

N. F. (Hopkins & Titus Co's TX), A-99

Newton, b-1834; Howell's Battery (Capt, Co G, McCord's 2d Frontier Dist, TST), 208, A-236, A-241, A-302, A-303, A-304, A-341

R. C., b-1830 (Sgt, Collin Co, TST), A-189

R. F., b-1823 (Erath Co, TST), A-225, A-226

Richmond L., b-1836; m-Eliza; 1860 Titus Co TX cen p167; Waterhouse's 19th TX Inf, Co K, CSA (Hopkins & Titus Co's, TST), A-119

S. B., b-1805 SC, 1860 Fannin Co TX cen (Sgt, Bourland's Regt, probably Co B), 240, 294, A-27, A-30

Samuel J. (Davis & Marion Co's, TST), A-39, A-44

Sarah Elizabeth (Mourdoh) White, m-1833 Illinois to A.B. White, A-433

T. P. (Davis Co TX), A-38

Thomas J., b-1839 (Hunt Co, TST), A-154

W. H. (Tarrant Co, TST), A-245

W. S., b-1836 AL; m-Frances (Lt, Red River Co, TST), A-49, A-66

W. W. (Fannin & Hopkins Co's, TST), A-121, A-144

White Bear or Satanta, a Kiowa, 106, 229, 330, 331, 333

White Turkey, a Delaware at Oct 1862 Tonkawa Massacre, A-464

White, interpreter (Tonkawa, 1880 Ft Griffin TX), A-414, A-468

White's (A.B.) Co, (Co D, Bourland's Regt), 198, 199, 200, A-23

Wm. A. (Cpl, Grayson Co, TST), 240, A-202

Wm. B. (Titus Co, TST), A-84, A-88

Wm. F. or W. T., b-1823 (Titus Co, TST), A-81, A-86, A-99

Wm. J. (1846 Fannin Co TX), 44

Wm., b-1840 (Hunt Co, TST), A-156

 

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Williams, Williamson

__, (Hunt Co, TST, Brush Battalion, CSA), A-346

__, had 8 troops in 1865 Wise Co TX (Lt, 1st Frontier Dist, TST), 316

__, Mr. (1846 Christian Co KY), 62, 65

__, Mr. on Sep 15, 1865 (1864-1866, Fort Davis, Stephens Co TX), A-335

A. B. (Hunt Co, TST, Brush Battalion, CSA), A-138, A-346

A. B. (Red River Co, TST), A-66

A. C. (1866 Whitesboro Masonic Lodge, TX), 240

A. M. (Johnson Co, TST), A-228

A. W. (Hopkins Co, TST), A-122

Alexander, b-1838 (Lamar Co, TST), A-105

Alfred (Montague Co, TST), 335, A-295

Basil Z., b-1823 VA; m-Margaret M.; 2d Cav Regt, TST, Co E (Hunt Co, TST, Brush Battalion, CSA), A-346

C. T. (Hunt Co, TST), A-155

Charles A. (Denton Co, TST), A-288

Charles A., b-1838 (Lamar Co, TST), A-103

Daniel (re: 1841 Battle of Village Creek), 30, 34

David (re: 1841 Battle of Village Creek), 25

David Williams, (Tonkawa, 1891 Oakland, Oklahoma Territory), A-469

Delilah (Hunt Co TX), A-138

E. H., b-1831 (Sgt, Hunt Co, TST), A-155

E. S. (Fannin Co, TST), A-151

E. T. (Titus Co, TST), A-86

Ed. O. (Lt, Lamar Co, TST), A-101, A-109, A-112

Eddie Ward (Collin Co TX), A-179

Ephraim (Hopkins Co, TST), A-122

F. E., b-1824 (Stephens Co, TST), A-333

F. M. or R. M., b-1843 (Parker & Young Co's, TST), A-238

G. M. (Titus Co, TST), A-86

G. S. (Collin Co, TST), A-192

G. W. (Cooke & Montague Co's, TST), A-283, A-321

H. N. (Lt, Tarrant Co, TST), A-246

Henry Daniel, 1824-1900, m-Sallie Jane Alexander (Sgt, Young Co, TST), 281, A-341

Henry M. (Lamar Co, TST), A-103

Henry, b-1838 (Hunt Co, TST), A-154

Henry, b-1844 (Wise Co, TST), A-337

I. N. B., Dr. (Surgeon, Tarrant Co, TST), A-243

Isaac, b-1839 (Titus Co, TST), A-81

J. A. (Tarrant Co, TST), A-246

J. A., b-1823 (Sgt, Lamar Co, TST), A-98

J. B. (Hunt Co TX), A-138

J. C. (Parker Co, TST), A-328

J. E. ( Parker & Young Co's, TST), A-238

J. E. (Lamar Co TX), A-97

J. F. (Lamar Co, TST), A-111

J. G. (Hunt Co TX), A-138

J. H., b-1817 (Sgt, Erath & Parker Co's, TST), A-227, A-243, A-340

J. J. (1847 Lamar Co TX), 48

J. J. (Clay Co, TST), A-274, A-275

J. J. (Parker & Young Co's, TST), A-235

J. J. (Red River Co, TST), A-66

J. L. (Fannin Co, TST), A-144, A-149

J. M. (Lamar Co, TST), A-101, A-112

J. M. (Red River Co, TST), A-69

J. R. (Hunt Co, TST), A-160

J. S., maybe John K. or Joseph H. (Pyron's 2d TX Cav, Co E, Brush Battalion, CSA), A-346

J. Shelby, b-1826 (Lamar Co, TST), A-107

J. T. (Young Co, TST), A-303

J. W. (Cooke Co, TST), A-276

Jack (Quantrill's Raiders, MO CSA), 212

James (Cpl, Titus Co, TST), A-87

James (Hunt Co, TST), A-156

James (Lamar Co, TST), A-105

James (Titus Co, TST), A-82

James A., b-1821 TN; m-Nancy (Palo Pinto Co, TST), A-316

James C. (Johnson Co, TST), A-228

James M., b-1829 (Hunt Co, TST), A-154

James Miller, b-1838 (Lamar Co, TST), A-105

James P., b-1834 GA; m-M.E.; 1860 Fann Co TX cen p241; Sims' 9th Cav, Co K, Capt. (Sgt, Fannin Co, TST), 130, A-139

James W., b-1840 (Sgt, Hunt Co, TST), A-154

James Williams, (Tonkawa, 1891 Oakland, Oklahoma Territory), A-469

James, b-1839 (Hunt Co, TST), A-155

Jeremiah M., b-1835 KY; m-Mary; 4th TX Cav, Mtd Vols. (Palo Pinto Co, TST), A-234

John (1848 Red River Co TX), 40

John (Collin Co, TST), A-185

John (Hopkins Co, TST), A-114

John A. (Wise Co, TST), A-301

John C. (Parker Co TX), A-220

John Drumghoule, 1840-1917 Evergreen Cem; Wells' Battn, Good's Regt, Lt Co C & H (Lamar Co, TST; Good's Battn, CSA), A-108

John F., b-1834 (Lamar Co, TST), A-105

John L., b-1840 (Texas Rangers, TST), A-222, A-223

John R. (Titus Co, TST), A-84, A-87

John R., b-1839 (Cpl, Hunt Co, TST), A-149, A-153, A-154

John W. (Sgt, Hunt Co, TST), A-160

John W., b-1827 (Lt, Cooke Co, TST), A-260, A-310, A-311, A-312

John W., b-1831; teamster; m-Hannah (Young Co, TST), A-340

John Williams, Shy-yen-caw (Tonkawa, 1874 Ft Griffin TX, 1891 Oakland, Oklahoma Territory), A-467, A-468, A-469

John, b-1823 (Lamar Co, TST), A-98

Johnathan Hiram, (1846 St. Francois Co MO-1914 Restland Cem, Boswell, Choctaw Co OK); m-1865 Fann Co TX to Eliza Jane Gore; 1860 Fann Co TX cen p219 (Fannin Co, TST), A-147

Jonathan (Cherokee Mtd Vol's, CSA), A-350

Joseph, b-1841 (Cpl, Titus Co, TST), A-81

K., b-1844 (Stephens Co, TST), A-333

L., b-1833 (Hunt Co, TST), A-155

Lemuel Hardin, 1820-1882 Evergreen Cem (Lamar Co, TST), A-109

Leonard Goyen "Len," 1802 TN or GA-1854 now Pitts Cem, Limestone Co TX and m,1-c1818 in maybe later Lawrence Co AR to Nancy Isaacs, 1/2 Cherokee of Chief Bowles' tribe; m,2-1836 to Mary Jane Ware (1842 Treaty), 18, 19

Lewis, b-1823 (1841, Bourland's Ranging Co, TST), 21, A-283

Lucy Williams, Mal-low-kay (Tonkawa, 1891 Oakland, Oklahoma Territory), A-469

M. M. (Hopkins Co, TST), A-115

M. W. (Sgt, Fannin Co, TST), A-150

Margery (Scott) Williams (1914-1998), 1, 2, 96, 348

Martha J. (Clark) Williams Anderson, m,3-1866 Bell Co TX to Charles Bourland, 3

Matt. (Hopkins Co, TST), A-114

Matthew, b-1818 (Collin Co, TST), A-195

Milton (Co E, Stevens' Regt, Brush Battalion, CSA), A-346

Minnehaha Williams, Cat-so-ye (Tonkawa, 1891 Oakland, Oklahoma Territory), A-469

Nathalio Williams, Noth-kit (Tonkawa, 1891 Oakland, Oklahoma Territory), A-469

Nathan (Davis Co, TST), A-41

Newton (Lamar Co, TST), A-106

P. M. (Parker & Young Co's, TST), A-235

Patrick (Lt, Red River Co, TST), A-52, A-54, A-66

Peter (Red River Co, TST), A-72

R. H. (Bugler, McCord's 2d Frontier Dist, TST), A-235, A-236, A-302, A-304

R. M. or F. M., b-1843 (Parker & Young Co's, TST), A-238

R. N. (Sgt, Hunt Co, TST), A-157

Robert (Co I, 9th TX Cav, CSA), A-88

Robert, b-1841 (Cpl, Erath & Wise Co's, TST), A-312

Romane R., b-1826 (Lt, Hunt Co, TST), A-154

S. S., b-1826 (Young Co, TST), A-340

Samuel (Saufley's Scouting Battalion, CSA), A-45

Samuel, b-1825 (Hunt Co, TST; Cpl, Co K, Bourland's Regt), A-20, A-26, A-31, A-154

Seth (A. Adj-Gen Union), A-394

T. (Denton Co, TST), A-286

T. (Hopkins Co, TST), A-121

T. C. (Fannin & Hunt Co's, TST), A-149

Thomas Davis "Tom" Williams, (1822 DeKalb Co TN-1908 Garfield, Benton Co AR (tombstone s/s Hulda's); m-1842 St Francois Co MO to Hulda Sebastian; m,2-1866 to Martha E. Ford; 1860 Fannin Co TX cen p218; moved 1868 to Benton Co AR (Sgt, Co H, Bourland's Regt), A-20, A-31, A-151homas Davis Williams (Sgt, Co H, Bourland's Regt), A-20, A-30, A-151

T. M. (Young Co, TST), A-303

T. R. (Fannin Co, TST), A-147

Tailor (Collin Co TX), A-179

Thomas (1846 Perry Co, Choctaw-Chickasaw Nation, I.T.), 56, 63

Thomas C. (Hunt Co, TST), A-157

Thomas J. (Co B, Bourland's Regt), A-20, A-29

Thomas W., Judge (1861 Jack Co TX), 251, 273, 274

Thomas, b-1842 (Collin Co, TST), A-200

Uriah R.; Pyron's 2d Cav, Co H, A-272

W. B. (Hopkins Co, TST), A-117

W. C., b-1842 (Hunt Co, TST), A-155

W. F. (Saufley's Scouting Battalion, CSA), A-45

W. H., b-1831 (Fannin & Hunt Co's, TST), A-142, A-155

W. M. (Lamar Co, TST), A-111

W. P. (Titus Co, TST), A-84

W., b-1823 (Hunt Co, TST), A-155

W., b-1827 (Johnson Co, TST), A-232

W., b-1834 (Wise Co, TST), A-336

Walter, wrote "Battle at Centrailia MO" about Quantrill in 1909, 228, B-4

Warren (1838 TX Militia), 17

Washington, home was robbed by Kiowas in 1868 Cooke Co TX, 334, 335

Wilson (Lamar Co, TST), A-103, A-111

Winfield (Cpl, Montague Co, TST), A-260, A-276, A-321

Wm. (Co H, Martin's Regt, Brush Battalion, CSA), A-346

Wm. (Lamar Co, TST), A-107, A-109

Wm. (Montague Co, TST), A-292

Wm. C., b-1821 AL; m-Lucie (Red River Co, TST), A-66, A-72

Wm. Garrard "Caddo Billy" Williams, 1839 Clay Co KY-c1912 Canadian Co OK; 1860 Young Co TX cen p396; m-Anna Eastman, a Caddo; owned Half Moon Ranch near now Verdon, Grady Co OK (Washington's Caddo Reserve Squadron, I.T., CSA), A-446

Wm. H., b-1824 (Lt, Parker Co, TST), A-325, A-326

Wm. M. "Buckskin Williams" (1840, Constantine No. 13 Masonic Lodge, Warren TX), 41, 75, A-433

Wm. P., b-1829 (Hunt Co, TST), A-154

Wm. Y., b-1842 (Hunt Co, TST), A-154

 

Thomas Davis Williams
b-1822 TN,  m-1842 St. Francois Co MO to Hulda Sebastian. found 1850 Fannin Co TX census.  Died 1908 Garfield, Benton Co AR.

Thomas Davis "T.D. or Tom" Williams' Headstone, Williams Cemetery, Garfield, Benton County, AR.  Civil War Service: Bourland's Regt. of North Texas. (sent by Clydene Williams Cannon, Sep 2008)

 

 

Thomas Davis Williams’ House, Sugar Creek, near Garfield, Benton County, AR and Pea Ridge Battle Field.

Built 1870s, Extant.

 

 

 

Johnathan Hiram Williams

(1846-1914) served in Oak Hill Home Guard, Fannin Co., TX.  Probably also served in Bourland's Regt.  

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