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Albert Sidney Johnston's Camp Members of 1899

Description: Members of Albert Sidney Johnston's Camp of UCV No. 115 of Meridian. J W Adams, Adjt of camp, Samuel Fossett, T W Shuford, A P Cruse, Will Andrew, C S Cooper, W H Adams, J M Belcher, B M Frank, Rice Massey, C A Gordon, H T Airheart, J B Knowles, J L Atkins, N F Sheppard, E F Jordon, Ed McKissick, M D Emerson, J W Thompson, A Cooper, H M Vaughn, E A Tweedy, George Powell, H C Cooke, E B George, J R Simonton, J H Yarbro, J N Yarbrough, J E Helton, J M Biffle, H M Dillard, Commander and Captain, J H Standifer, Zeke Ogden, J L Belcher, G L Cain, Henton Smith, S S Barry, W C Reagan, C H McSpadden, J W Duncan, J B Arnold, Thomas Cobbs, D H Neely, J S Camfield, James F Smith, J M Scott, J J McMurry, J Bowman, J M Renfro, A J Childress, Sam G Harris, T C Alexander, W H Boling, William Young, D O Barton, J H Johnson, R H Harris, W R Mason, F M Conley, S P Farrar
Date: 1899
Partner: Bosque County Historical Commission

Confederate Veterans

Description: Group of fourteen men posing for photo, two seated on step, some standing in back, some seated in front. Back row: Alfred Dale, V Wortham, Billie Lowden (first YMCA director in Waco), Joe Harris, Bob Snider, Jonathan McFadden Front row: Albert Sears, Joe McMurry, Calvin McSpadden, Enoch George, John Bostick
Date: unknown
Partner: Bosque County Historical Commission

[John H. Reagan]

Description: John H. Reagan served in many political roles during his lifetime, including: Probate Judge in Henderson County Texas from 1846 - 1847, Representative in the Texas Legislature from 1847-1848, District Judge in Texas from 1852-1857, U.S. Congressman from Texas from 1857-1861, Representative from the Texas Provisional Congress Confederate States of America in 1861, Postmaster General of the Confederacy from 1861-1865, Secretary of the Treasury of the Confederacy in 1865, Delegate to the Convention Framing the Constitution of Texas in 1874-75, once again as U.S. Congressman from Texas from 1875-1887, Senator from Texas in the U.S. Congress from 1887-1891, and last but not least, Chairman of the Railroad Commission in Texas from 1891-1902. He was also among the original commissioners that organized the Texas State Historical Association. He died in March 1905 in Anderson County Texas and is buried in the East Hill section of the Palestine City Cemetery. The certificate is one of the certificates he issued while serving as Postmaster General of the Confederacy. It assigns John Caudle as Postmaster of the Union Mills Post Office, located in Havanna County, Virginia.
Date: unknown
Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission

Confederate Home

Description: Exterior view of grounds and building at The Confederate Home. This home for Confederate veterans was located at 1600 W. 6th Street.
Date: August 5, 1946
Creator: Douglass, Neal
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Photograph of Veteran Paul Brumit]

Description: Photograph of a man in a dark suit with light-colored hair parted on the left side, shown from chest up in front of a light-colored, plain background. He is wearing a bright blue tie and white dress shirt with his suit. A handwritten note on the back of the photo indicates the name of the photo's subject.
Date: unknown
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

[Walter Mitchell Morris]

Description: Photograph of Walter Mitchell Morris, a Confederate War veteran. He was born September 1, 1841, in Georgia and died January 25,1911 in Orange County. He is buried in Harris Cemetery, Orange County, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum