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                                                  PART 7

 TEXAS 
           Note: Regimental Histories

No. Soldier Name Side Function Regiment Name 

1
Higgins, Alexander G.
Confederate 
Infantry 
10th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Nelson's)

http://members.aol.com/SMckay1234/Roster/Co-E.htm 
ROSTER OF CO. E, 10TH TEXAS INFANTRY
ORGANIZED BY WILLIAM N. McKAMY
AT PARKER COUNTY, TEXAS, ON OCTOBER 12, 1861 
Higgins, Alex. G. Pvt. Apr. 10, 1862 
           Died of Disease in Georgia Nov. 1, 1863

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Private Alexander G. Higgins, Company "E" 10th Regiment*, Texas Infantry (Nelson's). Enlisted April 10,1862 at Camp Brazos Texas for war by Capt. William N. McKamy. Name appears on a register of Confederate prisoners captured at Fort Hindman Arkansas January 11,1863. Name appears on a register of prisoners at Camp Douglas Illinois dated February 8,1863.Paroled April 1,1863 at Camp Douglas Illinois and sent City Point Virginia April 7,1863.. On roll ending June 30,1863 listed as sick in hospital at Petersburg since April 15, 1863. Present on July roll.On Sept/Oct 1863 roll listed as sick in hospital. Died at an unnamed hospital in Georgia of disease on November 1,1863

http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~txparker/military/CoEbb.html
Company E, 10th Texas Infantry, Parker Co TX

2
Higgins, C.
Confederate 
-
Texas Miscellaneous

3
Higgins, C. H.
Confederate 
Infantry 
8th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Hobby's)
 Also See #5

4
Higgins, Charles
Confederate 
Artillery 
4th Battalion, Texas Artillery (Shea's)

Same soldier as # 3 & # 5

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
As is noted at # 5, Charles Higgins enlisted as a Corporal on October 21,1861 in Company "A" of Captain John Vernon's Company of Shea's Artillery Battalion (The Company became Company "A" 8th Texas Infantry (Hobby's) about May 1863).On Nov/Dec 1862 roll he is listed as 5th Sergeant.

5
Higgins, Charles
Confederate 
Infantry 
8th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Hobby's)
  Same soldier as # 3, #4 above

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Charles H. Higgins, Company "A", Enlisted
October,21,1861 at Indianola, Texas by Captain Shea
for war. On May/June 1863 roll appears as 4th
Sergeant. On Jan/Feb 1864 roll notes he has been
reduced from 1st sergeant to Private on January 22,
1864. On January 4,1865 he was assigned to guard
observatory by order of Brigadier General Hawes.
Signature appears on a parole dated June 28,1865,
signed at Galveston Texas.

6
Higgins, Elias
Confederate 
Cavalry 
18th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Darnell's)

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Private Elias Higgins,). Originally enlisted for 1 year
service as a Private at the age of 21,in Captain John
Coit's Company of Darnell's Regiment Texas Volunteers
which later became Company "E", 18th Texas Cavalry
Regiment, (Darnell's on January 20 ,1862.
Mustered into regiment by John Coit on March 15,1862.
Mustering in occurred in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.
Present on all rolls until January 11,1863 when his
name appears on a roster of soldiers from the 18th
Regiment Dismounted Texas Cavalry that were captured
at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post. It then appears on a
list of prisoners at Camp Douglas, Illinois on February
8,1863.Paroled at Camp Douglas Illinois on April
2,1863 and sent to City Point Virginia on April
10,1863.He then appears again as present on company
muster roll for Mar/Apr 1864. Name appears on a list
of Prisoners of war that were captured by the 15th
Army Corp under General Sherman, near Atlanta Ga on
July 22,1864 and forwarded on July 24 to the Provost
Marshall General, Department of the Cumberland. Sent to
Nashville on July 29,1864 and on to Louisville
Kentucky, arriving there on July 29,1864. On July
30,he was sent on to Camp Chase, Ohio, arriving there
August 1,1864. Transferred after parole to City Point
Virginia on March 2,1865 for exchange. No further
record.

7
Higgins, Enos
Confederate 
Infantry 
Chambers' Battalion, Texas Reserve Corps Infantry

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Enos Higgins was a Private in Company "C" of Chambers' Battalion, Texas Reserve Corps Infantry*. The only reference of him is that he was detailed on August 19,1864 as a wagon maker for 90 days at Collins County.

*This Battalion was organized May 11, 1864 with 5 companies (A thru E)

8
Higgins, Enos
Confederate 
-
McMinn's Company, Texas

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Only mention of this soldier is as a Lieutenant of Captain McMinn's Company, Local Defence, Collin County
Texas. On Company muster in roll at Farmersville Texas dated March 26,1864 after taking oath of allegiance to Texas and the C.S.A..

9
Higgins, Fountain P.
Confederate 
Infantry 
10th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Nelson's)

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Private Fountain P. Higgins, Mustered at Virginia Point, Texas, October 23,1861 at age 16,for the war, in Captain William N. McKamy's Company, Nelson's Regiment Texas Volunteers. Joined for duty and enrolled December 8,1861 by Captain McKamy. Present on all rolls until September 1862. Died in hospital at Camp Nelson at Austin, Arkansas of brain fever on September
4,1862

http://members.aol.com/SMckay1234/Cemeteries/H-K.htm
DEATH DATES & BURIAL SITES OF THE MEN OF THE 10TH TEXAS INFANTRY
Name-Rank-Co.-Death Date-Cemetery-Burial Place
Higgins, Fountain P. Pvt.E Sep 4,1862 Camp Nelson Austin, Ark.

10
Higgins, G.
Confederate 
Infantry 
10th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Nelson's)

11
Higgins, G. B.
Confederate 
Infantry 
4th Regiment, Texas Infantry

12
Higgins, G. V.
Confederate 
Infantry 
4th Regiment, Texas Infantry

13
Higgins, G. W.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
28th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Randal's)  (1st Texas Lancers)

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
G. W. Higgins is listed as a Private in Company "E" 28th Regiment Dismounted Texas Cavalry. The only record of this soldier is on a return dated November 1862, where he is listed as absent on detached duty as a Mechanic.

14
Higgins, Henry
Confederate 
Cavalry 
29th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (DeMorse's)

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Henry Higgins enlisted as a Private on July 20, 1862, at the age of 29, in Captain Jim Clark's Company of DeMorse's Regiment of Texas Cavalry* for 3 years or war.

* This company subsequently became Company "I" 29th Regiment Texas Cavalry

15
Higgins, J.C.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
28th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Randal's)  (1st Texas Lancers)

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
J. C. Higgins was a Private in Captain A.W. DeBerry's Company, Randall's Regiment Texas Cavalry*. He joined for duty and enrolled at Carthage Texas on April 26,1862 for 3 years or war. His file lists his residence as Panola County, Texas. Present on all rolls until he is listed on a roll of Prisoners of war who surrendered at New Orlean, La on May 26,1865 and was paroled in June of 1865.

*This Company subsequently became Company "C" 28th Regiment Texas Cavalry.
His file also notes service in Company "K"

16
Higgins, J. H.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
24th/25th Consolidated Regiment, Texas Cavalry

17
Higgins, J. J.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
Granbury's Consolidated Brigade, Texas Cavalry
  (1st Consolidated Regiment)
   Also See #24

18
Higgins, J. W. P.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
27th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Whitfield's Legion) (1st Texas Legion)

Per Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Same soldier as # 27 Higgins, John W.P.

19
Higgins, James
Confederate 
-
13th Regiment, Texas Volunteers

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Private James Higgins, enlisted in Captain William E. Gibson's Light Battery, Bates' Regiment Texas Volunteers (aka (2nd)Company "H" 13th Texas Infantry) on January 13, 1863 at Matagordo for war by J.H. Shortridge. On roll ending August 31,1863 as absent without leave since August 15,1863. After being surrendered by General Kirby-Smith his name appears on a Parole of Honor dated July 7,1865 and signed at Matagordo, Texas.

20
Higgins, James A.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
Crump's Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Lane's) (1st Texas Partisan Rangers)

21
Higgins, James A.
Confederate 
Infantry 
11th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Roberts')

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas (NARA)
James A. Higgins joined for duty and enrolled as a Private on February 19,1862, at the age of 18, in Captain in J. Caraway's Company* of Robert's Regiment Texas Volunteers for 1 year service. On furlough from August 10 to August 28, 1862. No further record this source.

* Later became Company "C" 11th Texas Infantry.Also later known as R.P. Sibley's Company 11th Texas Infantry.

22
Higgins, James C.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
27th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Whitfield's Legion)
(1st Texas Legion)

23
Higgins, James M.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
19th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Burford's)

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas (NARA)
James M. Higgins enrolled and joined for duty on March 26, 1862, at the age of 23, as a Private in Captain Benjamin W. Watson's Company Texas Cavalry* for the war. He was 5 foot 9 1/2 inches tall, had gray eyes and light hair.
*This organization subsequently became Company "C" 19th Regiment Texas Cavalry.

Source: Texas State Library and Archives Commission; Austin, Texas; Confederate Pension Applications
Name: James Munroe Higgins
Application Date: 4 May 1914 Application Place: Hill, Texas
Spouse: Mrs Bettee Higgins Application Type: Widow
Marriage Date: 8 Oct 1891 Marriage Place: Hill, Texas
Death Date: 6 Apr 1914 Death Place: Jefferson, Texas
Pension File Number: 27606

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=higgins&GSiman=1&GScid=2692&GRid=19556943&

Caddo Cemetery - Johnson County Texas

James Monroe Higgins - Texas Pvt. Burfords Regt Cav. C.S.A. 9 March 1839 / 9 April 1914

View his death certificate

24
Higgins, Jefferson J.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
17th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Moore's)

same soldier as # 17

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Private Jefferson J. Higgins, (Captain James R.

Taylor's Company of Moore's Cavalry- Col. George F.
Moore's 17th TX Cav. became Company "G" Granberry's
consolidated Texas Brigade about April 9,1865) Age 24
at enlistment, February 15,1862 at Larissa Texas for 12
months service. Appears on roster of Confederate
soldiers captured at Fort Hindman Arkansas January
11,1863. Appears on a roll of POW soldiers at Camp
Douglas, Ill, February 8,1863 & March 31.1863. Appears
back with his regiment on May/June 1863 roll but
listed as absent sick in hospital. Still marked absent
on July/August 1863 roll. Present on Sept thru Dec
1863 rolls. Present on Jan thru April 1864 roll.
Appears on a muster roll, dated April 28,1865 of
paroled men of the then named Company "G" Granberry's
Texas Brigade. Was paroled May 1,1865 at
Greensboro, N. C.
Listed as a teamster in the division.

25
Higgins, John
Confederate 
Cavalry 
McCord's Frontier Regiment, Texas Cavalry

26
Higgins, John
Confederate 
-
13th Regiment, Texas Volunteers

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Age 29,Private, Captain John D. Clark's Company "E",
Bates Regiment 13th Texas Volunteers. Enlisted January
17, 1862 at Velasco by J. R. Lewis, for 12 months
service. His term of service extended to three years
or war. Absent on furlough from July 27 to August 20
1862 to see a sick family and was detained on not
making a connection on the cars.
On 30 day sick furlough as of October 20, 1863.
Detailed to help construct a pontoon bridge across
Bernard River since Mar 27,1864. Still on Pontoon
bridge service during June 1864.No further record.

27
Higgins, John W.P.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
27th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Whitfield's Legion) (1st Texas Legion)

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Private, Company "H", 27th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Whitfield's Legion)(1st Texas Legion). Enlisted March 10,1862 at Clarksville, Texas for 12 months service. Enlisted by J.M. Bevins. Captured at Carter's Creek, April 27, 1863.Appears as absent without leave on a company roll dated July & August 1863.Left while on parole before being exchanged. Listed as deserted on a company muster roll for May & June 1864. Has been paroled. Removed from the rolls 30 June 1863. Regarding his capture; Appears on a list of POW soldiers forwarded from Franklin Tn by Brig. Gen. Robert B. Mitchell at Nashville. States he was captured on Carter's Creek Road between Franklin & Spring Hill and forwarded to Nashville same day. He then was forwarded to Louisville, Ky on May 1,1863. Received at Louisville Military Prison on May 2,1863. Discharged May 7,1863.Under remarks: Baltimore. Sent to Baltimore Md. en route to City Point Virginia. His signature appears on a roll of POW soldiers paroled at Ft. McHenry Md. May 10, 1863. Received at City Point Va May 14, 1863 paroled for exchange, then to Fortress Monroe Va. for exchange. No further information.

28
Higgins, L.A.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
12th Regiment, Texas Cavalry
 (Parson's Mounted Volunteers)

29
Higgins, M.C.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
5th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (5th Mounted Volunteers)

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
Private M.C. Higgins, Enrolled at Brenhard Texas by Capt. Mc Phaill on August 27,1861 at age 30 and then enlisted in Captain H.A. McPhaill's Company,2nd Regiment, Sibley's Brigade Texas Mounted Volunteers* on September 4,1861 at San Antonio, Texas for war. Appointed Quartermaster Sergeant September 4,1861.* This company subsequently became Company "E",5th Regiment Texas Cavalry. On roll ending April 30, 1862, states he is wounded, in hospital since Jan at Bliss. Admitted to General Hospital at Franklin Texas on April 5, 1862 for Vul Schlop (gunshot). Died July 10,1862 at El Paso. An application for $252.50, pay due M. C. Higgins was made April 24,1863 by Henry Higgins (Father).

30
Higgins, M. L.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
12th Regiment, Texas Cavalry  (Parson's Mounted Volunteers)

Source: Compiled Confederate Service records (NARA)
M. L. Higgins enlisted at the age of 18, as a Private in Company "A" of Captain Joseph P. Weir's Company, Parson's Regiment Texas Regiment*.
Joined for duty and enrolled by Captain J.P. Weir on October 29,1861, near Hempstead for 1 year service. Last noted on roll ending December 31,1863. No further record.

^ This company subsequently became Company "A",12th Regiment Texas Cavalry.


31
Higgins, P.A.
Confederate 
Infantry 
7th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Gregg's) 

-Subject to verification-
http://www.netpathway.com/~ccr/oakwood.html#H  
CONFEDERATE MOUND OAK WOODS CEMETERY, CHICAGO, IL
CONFEDERATE SOLDERS/SAILORS THAT DIED AT CAMP DOUGLAS
Last name/First Name- MI -Company- Regiment - State
HIGGINS, P.            A.      E         7         TEX.


32
Higgins, Pat
Confederate 
Infantry 
7th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Gregg's)

33
Higgins, Patrick
Confederate 
Infantry 
1st Regiment, Texas Infantry

http://www.texas-brigade.com/1texrostercoa.htm 
1ST TEX. VOL. INF. REGT.-COMPANY A - MARION RIFLES

Company was organized in Marion County, Texas, and mustered into Confederate service "for one year" at New Orleans, May 16, 1861, by Lt. C. W. Phifer, CSA.
HIGGINS, PATRICK W., Eltham's Landing (May 7, 1862).
              (also noted Original member of Company)


34
Higgins, Philomon
Confederate 
Infantry 
7th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Gregg's)

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas (NARA)
Philoman Higgins joined for duty and enrolled at the age of 24, as a Private in Captain Jack Davis' Company of Gregg's Regiment Texas Volunteers* on September 21, 1861 for 3 years or the war. Died at Clinton, Mississippi on November 24, 1862.

* Company later became Company "E" 7th Regiment Texas Infantry.


35
Higgins, R. W.
Confederate 
Infantry 
Griffin's Battalion, Texas Infantry 
 (Griffin's Regiment) (21st Infantry)

36
Higgins, R. B.
Confederate 
Infantry 
Rutherford's Company, Texas Infantry

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas (NARA)
R. B. Higgins , Private, Detailed to Captain Fraly as Cooper on December 17, 1864.

*Captain A. A. Rutherford's company Texas Infantry. organized May 10, 1864,was composed principally of former members of the Texas State Troops.

37
Higgins, R. H.
Confederate 
Infantry 
Griffin's Battalion, Texas Infantry (Griffin's Regiment) (21st Infantry)

38
Higgins, Robert C.
Confederate 
Infantry 
Griffin's Battalion, Texas Infantry (Griffin's Regiment) (21st Infantry)

39
Higgins, Robert J.
Confederate 
-
13th Regiment, Texas Volunteers

Same soldier as # 40 Higgins, Robert J. per source noted below

Source: Compiled Confederate service records (NARA)

Private Robert J. Higgins,(3rd)Company "A", Detailed as armorer in Ordnance dept at Sabine Pass June 19,1863. Name appears on Parole Of Honor signed Sabine Pass , July 18, 1865. No further record this source.
(This company formerly known as Company "D", Griffin's Battalion Texas Infantry)

40
Higgins, Robert J.
Confederate 
Infantry 
Griffin's Battalion, Texas Infantry (Griffin's Regiment) (21st Infantry)

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas (NARA)
Robert J. Higgins enlisted May 19, 1863 at Sabine Pass, as a Private in Company "D' 21st Texas Infantry* for the war. Attached to repair shop at Ordinance Department as Gunsmith by order of Lt. Colonel Griffin since June 19, 1863. No further record this source.

*aka - Captain R.V. Cook's Company 21st Battalion Texas Infantry.


41
Higgins, Samuel
Confederate 
Cavalry 
18th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Darnell's)

Same soldier as 44 Higgins, Samuel T.

Source: Compiled Confederate service records (NARA)
Samuel Higgins joined for duty and enrolled February 24,1862, then enlisted as a Private on March 15, 1862,at the age of 24, in Captain John T. Coit's Company. Darnell's regiment Texas Volunteers* at Dallas, Dallas County, Texas for 1 year service. Name appears on a roster of Confederate Army Troops captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas on January 11,1863.Name appears on a list of prisoners at Camp Douglas, Illinois on February 8,1863,file notes his capture as noted. paroled at Camp Douglas, Ill on April 2, 1863** and sent to City Point Virginia for exchange on April 10,1863. Died at Chattanooga, Tennessee July 2,1863.

*Subsequently became Company "E",18th Texas Cavalry
** another page of file states he was paroled at Camp Douglas Ill. on May 15,1863 and sent to City Point Va on May 21,1863 for exchange
.

42
Higgins, Samuel
Confederate 
-
13th Regiment, Texas Volunteers

Source: Compiled Confederate service records (NARA)
Private Samuel Higgins, age 22. Enlisted October 23,1861 in Captain William Melton's Company, Bate's Regiment Texas Volunteers* at Columbia for 1 year service by John W. Brooks. On Mar/Apr 1862 roll it notes he re-enlisted for war.  No further record this source. (*This company was called at various times as Captain Melton's, Captain Clark's, and Company "E", Bates 4th Regiment and also Company "E" 13th Regiment Texas Infantry)

43
Higgins, Samuel
Confederate 
Infantry 
15th Regiment, Texas Infantry

http://www.rootsweb.com/~txnavarr/war/civil_war/rosters/foutys_company_g_15th_texas_infantry_regiment.htm  
Fouty's Company
Company G, 15th Texas Infantry Regiment
Navarro County, Texas
Higgins, Samuel Private, age 22. 
            Wounded in arm at Battle of Fordoche, LA, 
            on Sept 29, 1863.
 http://www.rootsweb.com/~txnavarr/war/civil_war/rosters/foutys_company_g_15th_texas_infantry_regiment.htm  

Higgins, Samuel Private, age 22. Wounded in arm at Battle of Fordoche, La, on Sept 29, 1863.

Source: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers  Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas (NARA)
Samuel Higgins was muster into service April 12, 1862, at age 22 in Captain Clinton Fouty's Company of Speights regiment Texas Infantry. (Later Company "G" 15th Texas Infantry). Mustered in at Velasco by J.E. Love for war. Another paper in his file states  he was mustered in at Columbia October 23, 1861 (possible service prior to 1862 enlistment). On May/Jun 1863 roll listed as absent sick since June 28th

44
Higgins, Samuel T.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
18th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Darnell's)
See #41

45
Higgins, T. R.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
28th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Randal's) (1st Texas
Lancers)

46
Higgins, T. V.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
28th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Randal's)  (1st Texas Lancers)
  See #47

47
Higgins, Thomas V.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
2nd Regiment, Texas Cavalry (2nd Mounted Rifles)

Source: Compiled Confederate service records (NARA)
Thomas V. Higgins, Private, Company "F" 2nd Texas
Cavalry (2nd Mounted Rifles), Captain Samuel J.
Richardson's company. Age 18. Appears on muster in
roll dated May 23, 1861 at San Antonio, Tx. Enlisted for
12 month service. Horse valued at $100.00.
No further info.

48
Higgins, Thomas V.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
28th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Randal's)
 (1st Texas Lancers)

Same soldier as # 46
This is most likely a continuation of Confederate service after what is listed under soldier # 47

Source: Compiled Confederate service records (NARA)
Thomas V. Higgins enlisted as a Private, at age 19, in Captain Pat H. Martin's Company, (also known as Randall's Company) 1st Regiment Texas Lancers*. His records show he was mustered in on April 12, 1862,but joined for duty and enrolled at Carthage on May 9, 1862 for 3 years or war. He listed his residence as Panola County Texas. Appears present on all rolls until April 1865 when he was detached to go with the Commissary Wagons. No further record this source.


*This company subsequently became Company "K" 28th Texas Cavalry Regiment.


49
Higgins, W.
Confederate 
Infantry 
1st Regiment, Texas Infantry

50
Higgins, W. T.
Confederate 
Cavalry 
37th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Terrell's)

51
Higgins, William
Confederate 
Infantry 
6th Regiment, Texas Infantry

52
Higgins, William Martin
Confederate 
Infantry 
Watts Cameron's Company, Texas Infantry

Source: Compiled Confederate service records (NARA)
William Martin Higgins enlisted at the age of 19 as a Private in Captain
Watts Cameron's Company, Texas Infantry* on September 15,1861 at Jefferson, Texas for 3 years or war.

Same soldier as
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mjhiggins/s-cw-1b3.htm
21 - Higgins, William Martin - 9th Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Infantry

* This company was attached to the 9th Kentucky Infantry by order # 247 December 1,1861 and was merged into Company "H" of that regiment on April 25,1862.


UTAH TERRITORY
None

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U.S. Civil War Regimental Histories in the Library of Congress 
Confederate Troops: Texas

Infantry:1st (see Notes below), 2nd, 4th (see Notes below), 5th, 10th, 18th, Corsicana Invincibles (see Notes below), Granbury's Brigade, Navarro Rifles (see Notes below) Walker's Texas Division, Waul's Texas Legion.

Cavalry: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 8th (Terry's Rangers), 9th (see Notes below), 10th, 12th (see Notes below), 13th, 24th, 26th, 28th, 29th, 32nd, 34th, Morgan's Battalion (see Notes below), Parsons's Brigade (see Notes below), Ross' Brigade (see Notes below).

Heavy Artillery: 5th.

Light Artillery: 1st.

Notes:

Corsicana Invincibles and Navarro Rifles: One group of volunteers from Navarro County, calling themselves "The Corsicana Invincibles," were incorporated into Company E of the Texas 1st Infantry Regiment. Another group, known as "The Navarro Rifles," comprised Company I of the Texas 4th Infantry Regiment. See John W. Spencer, From Corsicana to Appomattox: The Story of the Corsicana Invincibles and the Navarro Rifles (Corsicana, TX: Texas Press, 1984), pp. 1-9. 

3rd Cavalry/9th Cavalry/Ross' Brigade:
The Texas 3rd and 9th Cavalry Regiments were part of Ross' Brigade (for a time Whitfield's-Ross' Brigade) from August 1863 to May 1865. See Stewart Sifakis, Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Texas (New York, Oxford: Facts on File, 1995), pp. 48, 62.

12th Cavalry/Morgan's Battalion/Parsons's Brigade:
The Texas 12th Cavalry Regiment and Morgan's Cavalry Battalion were part of Parsons's Brigade at various points during their respective histories. See Stewart Sifakis, Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Texas (New York, Oxford: Facts on File, 1995), pp. 68, 99.

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