Forty years at El Paso, 1858-1898; recollections of war, politics, adventure, events, narratives, sketches, etc., by W. W. Mills. Page: 15 of 163
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ROSTER OF ANTE-BELLUM RESIDENTS OF
J. F. Crosby, then district judge, Confederate; is well
known in El Paso.
Simeon Hart, mill owner and contractor, Confederate.
Died at El Paso.
Henry J. Cuniffe, merchant, Union man. Was United
States Consul at Juarez. Died at Las Cruces.
H. S. Gillett, merchant and Confederate, lives in New
J. S. Gillett, merchant, Confederate; lives in New
Col. Phil Herbert, lawyer, Confederate; killed in
Col. James W. Magoffin, contractor, Confederate;
sutler at Fort Bliss. Died at San Antonio.
Joseph Magoffin, Confederate; served in the war;
now lives in El Paso.
Sam Magoffin, Confederate; killed in the war.
Anson Mills, engineer, Union; now brigadier general,
U. S. A. Lives in Washington, D. C.
W. W. Mills, clerk, Union; served in the war; now
United States Consul at Chihuahua, Mexico.
Emmett Mills, Union; killed in Indian fight in Arizona
Samuel Schutz, merchant and Union man; now in El
Joseph Schutz, merchant, Union; died in I895.
Col. George H. Giddings, manager San Antonio
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Mills, William W. Forty years at El Paso, 1858-1898; recollections of war, politics, adventure, events, narratives, sketches, etc., by W. W. Mills., book, 1901; Chicago. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6112/m1/15/?q=Forty%20Years%20at%20El%20Paso,%201858-1898:%20Recollections%20of%20War,%20Politics: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .