MAURY COUNTY NATIVES AND FORMER RESIDENTS INTERRED ELSEWHERE.
DOUTHIT, Thomas E. was born in Maury County, Tenn., January 8, 1841; and died on March 10, 1914, at Houston, Tex. He was buried in the Angleton Cemetery, Brazoria County, Texas having lived in the county for eighteen years. He was living in Farmington, St. Francois County, Mo., on 1861; and enlisted in the Confederate service as a private in company E, 2nd Missouri Calvary, Robert McCullough's regiment, on the 17th of November, 1862, serving under General Forrest until his regiment was paroled at Columbus, Miss., May 17, 1865. Comrade Douthit was Adjutant of A. P. Hill Camp, U. C. V., of Angleton, Tex. He was a chivalrous soldier, a noble citizen, a devoted husband and father. Source: Confederate Veteran, Vol. XXII, No. 11 , November 1914, Page 521 Information provided by Rick Gray GG grandson. 6/30/2004.
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