Men Of Company F, 24th Texas

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Jasper Pharr, died at Arkansas Post.
Henry McGaw, died at Arkansas Post.
Kit Janes, died at Shreveport, La.
Thomas Cary, died at Shreveport, La.
Jake Roper, died at Shreveport, La.
Ed. Walker, died in prison at Camp Butler, Ill.
J. C. Williams, died in prison at Camp Butler, Ill.
Joe and Johnston Williams, brothers, died in prison at Camp Butler, Ill.
J. T. Corbett, died in prison at Camp Butler, Ill
Lewis Lum, died in prison at Camp Butler, Ill.
Killough, died. in prison at Camp Butler, Ill.
Childress, died in prison at Camp Butler, 111.
Wm. Latourny, killed at Chickamauga, Tennessee.
Thomas McGhee, killed at Chickamauga, Tennessee.
Dudley Wright, killed at New Hope Church.
James Dagnall, killed at Jonesboro, Georgia.
Tom Modest, killed at Jonesboro, Georgia.
Jake Bleeker, killed at Franklin, Tennessee.
Wiley Ott, killed at Franklin, Tennessee.
W. H. Stevens, killed at Lovejofy’s Station.
Dudley Gibson, wounded at Chickamauga, Tennessee.
Tom Gibson, wounded at Atlanta, Ga.
James Weatherford, wounded at Franklin, Tenn.
Bob Hodge, wounded at Atlanta, Georgia.
John C. Smith, died in hospital at Auburn, Ala.
Willis Weaver, died in service.
Williams Phillips, died at Arkansas Post.
Jeff Sutton, died at Arkansas Post.
S. M. Clanton, died, at Arkansas Post.
John Fulshear, died at Arkansas Post.
Sam Tennelly, died at Arkansas Post.
Jeff Howard, died at Camp Butler, Ill.
Tom Roberts, died at Shreveport, Louisiana.
C. L. Fox, sick, came home and died.
M. G. Mays, sick, came home and died.
John Nyman, wounded at Franklin, came home and died.
Housenworth, died in service.
Bob Hill, wounded at Lovejoy’s Station.
Milstead, died in Arkansas.
Sam Mason, died in hospital.
Henry Compton, wounded at Atlanta, Ga.
D. R. Perry, rued in Arkansas.
William Perry, died in prison at Camp Butler.
Bob Hudgepeth, killed at New Hope Church.
Wm. Pentecost, wounded at Ringgold Gap.
Zan Wade, wounded at Jonesboro.
Second Lieutenant R. P. Briscoe, while in command of Company F, at the battle of Jonesboro, was hit with a spent ball, which knocked him down, but he soon recovered from the shock without serious injury.




MLA Source Citation:

Morrison, W. M. History of Fort Bend County: Containing Biographical Sketches of Many Noted Characters. Fort Bend County: 1904. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 20 April 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/texas/men-of-company-f-24th-texas.htm - Last updated on Aug 28th, 2012


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