The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 75
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Calvin M. Brown
Pvt., age 35
James Burk(e)/James Burks
pvt., age 21
Prisoner of War - captured near Jackson, Miss July, 1863
Thomas F. Campbell
Bugler/Pvt., age 26
July & Feb 63 - wounded. left near Cigearidge, Miss.
Prisoner of War - captured at Davis Mills, Miss, Sep 21, 1862
James T. Carey
Bugler/Pvt., age 27
Pvt., age 17
May & June, 1862 - when last heard from was sick in hospital at Holly Springs, Miss.
July & Aug, 1862 - died June 26, 1862 at General Hospital
Samuel T. Chittick
Corporal/Pvt., age 24
Sept & Oct 1862 - captured at Corinth, Miss
listed as casualties in Phifer's Brigade, in action at Corinth, Miss, Oct 3 to 5, 1862;
Pvt, age 19
prisoner at Corinth
died of wounds recd at Corinth, Oct 20
Joseph S. Congers
Prisoner of War
Residence Gonzales Co. TX, not dated muster roll, surrendered at Washington, GA,
June 10, 1865
Pvt., age 18
James A. Cook
Prisoner of War - residence Lancaster, Tx
surrendered at Citronelle, Ala, May 4, 1865
J. E. Cook
Pvt, age 42
Discharged July 16,1862 by reason of conscript law.
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