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Jack Co., TX - Military: Civil War Records
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This file was contributed by:
Shari Shanafelt SGShanafelt@aol.com 

Name:

Born:

s. Spouse or p. Parents

Settled Jack Co.  -- War Unit

ADAMS, William V.

b. 1822

s. Nancy (?)

1880 Census

 

ALLEN, Gilbert

b. 1845

s. Christine (?)

1880 Census

 

AMBURN, Thomas, Sr.

b. 1820

s. Rachel Brock

1881

 

AMBURN, Henry

b.

p. Rachel & Thomas Amburn

1898

 

AMBURN, Andrew

b. 1848

s. Clarice Elkins

1892

 

AMBURN, Thomas, Jr.

b. 1852

s. Martha Bost

1881

 

AMBURN, William Samuel

b. 1858

s. Amanda Poole

1890

 

ATKINSON, Newton

b. 1827

s. Clarissa Evans/Susan Keith

Tx. Rangers Co S Ft.Richardson

1856 Keechi Valley

BAILEY, Amos

b. 1854

s. Sarah Jane Shanafelt

1878 Rock Creek

 

BAKER, Charles J.

b. 1852

s. Mary S. (?)

1880 Census

 

BEEZLEY, Solomon J.

b. 1852

s. Lucinda Clark

1876

 

BENELL, David

b. 1819

s. Huloloh (?)

1880 Census

 

BENNETT, William Armstrong

b. 1831

s. Martha Ann Smith

Confederate, Civil War

1877

BENTLEY, Thomas Jefferson

b. 1841

s. Mattie Browning

Co.K 12th Ark Inf, Confederate

 

BILBY, Cornelius Joseph

b. 1864

s. Mary Alice Watson

1905 Rock Creek

 

BIRDWELL, Reuel H.

b. 1850

s. Mary (Birdwell) Simpson

Early 1880s

 

BLOUNT, Jack

 

s. Julia Wyatt

1880

Confederate, Civil War

BLOUNT, Oliver

b. 1857

s. Emma Langley/Fusie Stuckey

1880

 

BOST, Alfred

b. 1848

s. Mary J. (?)

1880 Census

 

BOTTOMS, William F.

b. 1834

s. Latha Jane Boyd

Union, Civil War

1876 Ross Valley

 William Bottoms had a brother  who died in the service of the Northern (Union) two more brothers served the entire 4 years in the Southern (Confederate) Army

BRIMHALL, James M.

b. 1859

s. Alzoria Eaton

1880 Salt Creek

 

BROCK, George

b. 1841

s. Emily Hall

Confederate, Civil War

Early  1870 Broad Tree Creek

BROOKS, Samuel

b. 1843

s. Gay (?)

1880 Census

 

BROWN, James J.

b. 1852

s. Isadore P. (?)

1880 Census

 

BRYSON, Henry Elam

b. 1839

s. Mary Ann Cope Lowe

Confederate, Civl War

 

 Henry Bryson, as did his younger brother Tom, entered the Civil War army of the South at Fort Worth, Texas, under the immediate command of General R. M. Gano, served throughout the 4 years of strife in all the hard-fought battles, resisting Sherman  on his march to the sea.

BURKS, William H.

b. 1839

s. Mary A. (?)

1880 Census

 

CADELL, Joseph Doty, Sr.

 

s. Sarah (Melton) Caddell

1880's Tater Hill Valley

 

CAMBERN, James Bascom

b. 1823

s. Margery Carolyn Bell

1855 Keechi Valley

Killed by Indians 1858

CHAMBERS, Jasper Newton

b. 1848

s. Sarah Eleanor Hampton

Civil War at age 16

1870's

CLARK, Daniel James Edward

 

s. Mary Miller

Civil War

1876 Senate

CLARK, James R.

b. 1820

s. Nancy K. Evett

1880 Census

 

CLAY, George William

b. 1846

s. Sarah Francis Cadell

Co.C, 21st Tenn Cav., Confederate

1879 Berwick

CLAYTON, Cyrus Putnam II

b. 1820

s. Nancy Jane McClusky

1881

 

CLAYTON, Goodson McDonald

b. 1845

s. Darthula D. Lyons

1890

40th Tenn. Infantry, Confederate years in the Conf. Tenn. Inf. on 3 Nov 1861 at Memphis, Tenn. (then joined)  Co.D, 81st Reg. Ohio, Union

 Goodson "Mack" Clayton, son of Cyrus & Nancy Clayton, remained in Alabama with his grandmother Ann Clayton Thompson. He enlisted at the age of 16 years in the Conf. Tenn. Inf. on 3 Nov 1861 at Memphis, Tenn.

 

He was captured 8 Apr 1862 by the Union Army and held prisoner at Camp Butler, Springfield, Ill. While a prisoner, his grandmother, Ann, in her 62nd year, rode horseback, sidesaddle, from Ft. Payne, Ala. through enemy lines to visit her grandson. She was stopped almost daily, accused of being a spy. On 19 Jul 1862 Mack escaped but later joined the Union Ohio Infantry on 1 Sep 1862. He thought by joining the Union Army that he would not be guarded so closely and hoped to escape to go home.  He was discharged 29 May 1865. 

CLENDENEN, Ben W.

b. 1844

s. Christine Bowers

 

 

COOK, John William

b. 1829

s. Sarah L. (?)

1877 S. of Bryson

 

COOK, William J.

b. 1837

s. Susan A. Moore

1880 Census

 

CORDELL, Leorinda

b. 1840

 

1880 Census

 

CROW, John Green

b. 1865

s. Willie J. (?)

 

 

CRUMPSON, Enoch H.

b. 1835

s. Annie Matlock

 

 

CULLERS, Charles Keyser

b. 1852

s. Ida Mae Fox

 

 

DAUGHERTY, J. Marion

b. 1844

s. Louisa Means

1877 Bumble Bee Prai.

 

DAUGHERTY, William A. "Rista"

b. 1849

s. Marietta Gillihen

1877 Bumble Bee Prai.

 

DENNING, Samuel Houston

b. 1862

s. Mary Emaline Hill

 

 

DENWIDDIE, J. H.

 

 

1880 Dillingham Prairie

 

DERRICK, William Vincent, Jr.

b. 1839

s. Mary J. Carlisle/ s. L. E. Turpin/ s. Hannah C. Derrick

Late 1870's E. of Bryson

 

DERRICK, George Buchanan

 

 

Late 1870's E. of Bryson

 

DILLINGHAM, Baker F.

 

 

1847 Dillingham Prairie

 

DILLINGHAM, Ephraium

 

 

1847 Dillingham Prairie

 

DUNN, James B.

b. 1846

s. Mary E. (?)

1880 Census

 

EATHERLY, Logan Douglas

b. 1844

s. Angeline McCoy

Missouri, Confederate

 

EATHERLY, Johnathon D.

b. 1839

s. Jennie (?)

2nd to be buried at Cottonwood d. 07 Aug 1881

 

ENLOW, James D.

b. 1824

s. Susan Allred

Civil War

1879 Board Tree Creek

EPPERSON, (?)

 

s. Hulda Haskins

Tennessee, Confederate

Late 1880's

EVANS, Samuel Houston

b. 1836

s. Nancy R. Outlaw

Civil War

1876

 Samuel Evans, his father and four brothers served in the Civil War; Sam was the only one to survive.

EVETT [EVATT], Waddy L.

b. 1832

s. Nancy Clark

 

 

EZELL, John

b. 1818

s. Margaret Lewis

1880 Census

 

FEATHERKYLE, Alexander

b. 1848

1880 Census

 

 

FIELDS, Green Washington

b. 1849

s. Francis Julia Farmer

1870

 

FRAZIER, William

b. 1817

1880 Census

 

 

GLIDEWELL, W. M.

b. 1852

s. Jane Harrison

1881 Dillingham Prairie

 

GOODE, George W.

b. 1835

s. Nancy E. (?)

1880 Census

 

GRAVES, Major J. W.

 

s. Sarah Inman

Confederacy Lt. 3rd M0 Cav-Medal for bravery

 

GRAVES, Ransom

b. 1837

s. Virginia (?)

1880 Census

 

GREEN, Leroy

b. 1847

s. Mary Ann (?)

1880 Census

 

GRIFFIN, Thomas

b. 1840

 

1880 Census

 

HAM, Abner Lewis

b. 1843

s. Ellen C. Wilson/Mary S. Bryant

 

 

Abner Ham Joined Texas Rangers March 1862 under Captain Cureton Co., Norris Regiment; he mustered out 1863 & joined Roberts Co. of County Rangers

HAM, Berry Lewis

b. 1813

s. Dorcas Matilda (?)

Texas Ranger

1854 Jack Co.

Berry Ham Joined Captain J. J. Curston's Company in the Frontier Regiment of Texas Volunteers commanded by Col. J. N. Norris

HAM, Samuel C.

b. 1836

s. Sarah M. Lasater

Early 1870's Long Hollow

 

HAMPTON, George H.

b. 1856

s. Lilly (?)

1880 Census

 

HANNAH, James Wade

 

s. Emma Owens Brown

1885 Lynn Creek

 

HANNAH, Frank Marion

b. 1857

p. Emma & James Wade Hannah

1885 Berwick

 

HARMON, John A.

 

 

Early 1870's Young Co.

 

HARPER, John

b. 1829

 

Sgt. Co 20 Tx Inf. Confederate

 

HARRINGTON, Charles

Before 1868

 

 

 

HARRINGTON, Thomas

b. 1848

s. Margaret (?)

Late 1870's

 

HASTY, William R.

b. 1832

s. Mary L. (?)

1880 Census

 

HAYS, JAMES C.

b. 1845

s. Julia Ann (?)

1880 Census

 

HERRINGTON, Bryant

 

 

(posse to catch indians & murders)  Before 1858

 

HERRINGTON, Ryan

 

 

(posse to catch indians & murders)  Before 1858

 

HENDERSON, William Marshall

b. 1844

s. Mary Mildred Howard

Tennessee, Confederate

1878 Dillinhgam Prairie

 William Marshall Henderson joined the Confederate army in Tennessee  at the age of 17 years, at the commencement of hostilities and served the entire four years - "never was whipped - just quit fighting because the others did".

HILL, John Tobe

b. 1846

s. Mary Jane Walden

1871 Rock Creek

 

HOLMAN, George W.

b. 1849

s. Lizzie W. (?)

1880 Census

 

HOLMES, John H.

b. 1830

s. Rebecca (?)

1880 Census

 

HOUTS, W. L.

b. 1832

s. Emily C. (?)

1880 Census

 

JACKSON, John

b. 1815

s. Sophonia (?)

1880 Census

 

JAY, D. W.

b. 1849

s. Judy A. Ellis/Isabella J. Smith

1881

 

JONES, James T.

b. 1824

s. Margaret T. (?)

1880 Census

 

JONES,  Sebern M.

b. 1841

s. Caroline Copeland

1881

 

KEE, Henry

 

s. Nann Cowen

Late 1870's Salt Creek

 

KEYSER, Peter B. "Cap"

b. 1834

s. Mary Elizabeth Cullers

Civil War

S. of Bryson

KING, Turner

 

 

1870 to Texas

 

KISINGER, James R.

b. 1817

s. Ann (?)

 

 

KUTCH, Cyrus Wesley

b. 1836

s. Malvina Ernst Harwick

Confederate

 

KUTCH, Daniel

b. 1807

s. Mary Bell

Texas Ranger

1855 Jack Co.

KUYKENDALL, Geo. Richardson

b. 1841

s. Eliza Willis

Texas Frountier Confederate

1876 Finis

George Kuykendall Served the 4 years of the Civil War, designated as lieutenant but really in command of a company of minute men fighting Indians on the frountier of Texas and repelling bandits along the Mexican border.

LEATHERWOOD, John

b. 1835

s. Martha C. (?)

1880 Census

 

LEFFEL, John W

b. 1854

s. Mary E. (Box) Box

Early 1880's

 

LEWIS, J. Terrel

b. 1833

s. Emily (?)

1880 Census

 

LOWE, Hopkins

 

s. Margueriette Cape

 

 

MANLEY,  J. W. F.

 

s. Sarah Johnson

Georgia, Confederate

Cox Mountain

MARLEY, Elisha Smith

b. 1849

s. Mary Josephine Leatherwood

 

 

MATHIS, John

 

s. Elizabeth Roberts

Late 1880's Wesley Chapel

 

MATLOCK, Absolon J.

b. 1825

s. Nancy Ann Duggan

 

 

MAULDIN, T. J.

b. 1847

s. Elizabeth Seal Dinwiddie

Confederate

1882 Dillingham Prairie

T.J. Mauldin served 3 years in the Confederate army, Crab-tree's Brigade, General Joe Wheeler's Regiment, Price's army of the Missouri and was with Price at the last of the war, in his dash in the effort to capture Kansas City, where occurred the hottest fighting and most sanguinary struggles during the Civil War, was surrendered at Independence, Arkansas in July 1864, three months after Lee surrendered at Appomattox.

McCLENDON, Dreter

b. 1838

s. Mary E. (?)

1880 Census

 

McCLOUD, "Jim" James Madison  b. 1845

s. Rutha Eliz. Sampley

Alabama, Confederate

1881

 

Jim McCloud At 16 years of age enlisted as a Confederate & served 3 years in General Joe Wheeler's Cavalry, 3rd Division, Company I, Regiment.

McCLURE, Ezekial "Zeke" A.

b. 1844

s. Lucinda Scudder

1880 Finis

 

McCUMBER, Henry A.

b. 1832

Early 1870's Rock Creek

 

 

McCOY, James A.

b. 1847

s. Mary E. Cadell

Alabama, Confederate

1877

McNABB, Mayaut

b. 1806

 

1880 Census

 

McNABB, William R.

b. 1861

s. Nancy (?)

1880 Census

 

MILLER, George Cicero "Roe"

b. 1841

s. Nancy Bedford/Cynthia Wristen

Alabama, Confederate

1876 West Salt Creek

MILLIG[K]AN,  Hamilton

b. 1818

s. Mary A. (?)

 

 

MILLIG[K]AN, Jacob A.

b. 1831

s. Sarah A. Woods

1880 Census

 

MILLS, John H.

b. 1846

s. Harriett (?)

1880 Census

 

MOORE, Alexander

b. 1814

1880 Census

 

 

MOORE, John R.

b. 1822

s. Jennie Parker/Mary Benton

Captain, Confederate

1870's

MOORE, Rody Rufus

b. 1825

s. Jane Christine Dillingham

Confederate

1886 Jermyn

MORRISON, Oliver

b. 1835

s. Elizabeth (?)

1880 Census

 

MORROW, John

b. 1854

s. Rebecca (?)

1880 Census

 

MULLINS, Joseph

b. 1859

s. Dalinda (?)

1880 Census

 

NEWMAN, Gravner Stewart

b. 1848

s. Nancy Elizabeth Bedwell

Texas Ranger

1872 Robert's Prairie

 Gravner Newman was a Texas Ranger stationed in Veal Station. Their duties were to protect the settlers from Indians that came into North Texas

NEWMAN, Sam Sr.

1870s  Winn Hill

 

 

 

NICHOLS, Samuel C.

b. 1826

s. Mollie Hannah

Confederate

1886 Long Hollow

NOAX

 

 

Young County

 

PADGETT, Alexander

 

s. Emily Caroline Dickerson

1883 Young County

 

PARRISH, John B.

b. 1841

s. Susan B. King

Co. C 34 Tex Cavalry, Confederate

1882 Berwick

John Parrish- 10 Jun 1861, John Parrish and a group met at Persimmon Grove, southwest of Parish, Texas and organized under the name of Lamar Cavalry #2, with Captain James Hill. They enlisted at Parish, Texas on 1 Mar 1862 for 12 months. They later joined Confederate Co. C.34, Texas Cavalry, Alexander's Regiment 2, Partisan Rangers.

PEVEHOUSE, David

b. 1845

s. Mary Vernesse Green

Confederate

1870 Winn Hill

PLASTER, Henry

b. 1856

s. Ella Walker

Late  1870 West Salt Creek

 

POTTER, George N.

b. 1847

s. Emily (?)

1880 Census

 

PRESTON, Joe

b. 1846

s. never married

1870's Long Hollow

 

PRESTON, Sam

 

s. Mary (?)

1870's Long Hollow

 

PRESTON, Sarah

b. 1850

s. never married

1870's Long Hollow

 

RALEY, Jessie Andrew

b. 1855

s. Clementine Moore

1880 Census

 

RIDDEL, Thomas Benton

b. 1844

s. Bell Simpson/Laura Elsie Evans

Confederate

1876

ROBERTSON, E. J.

 

s. Mildred Padgett

1885 Young County

 

RUCKS, Henry C.

b. 1838

s. Kate (?)

1880 Census

 

SAMPLEY, Edmond

b. 1836

s. Mary Jane Carr

 

Union 1901 (stayed 1 year)

SAMPLEY, Oliver Miller

 

p. Debora (Browder) & Jesse Sampley

 

 Confederate

Oliver Sampley- When the body of Oliver, killed during the War, was brought home, his brother Edmond was so upset over the way the Confederate Army treated Oliver that he joined the Union Army

SAMPLEY, Theodore Higgins

b. 1848

s. Nancy Isbell Easley/Mary V. Strickland

1878

 

SEWELL,  Alfred Eugene

b. 1847

s. Louisa Annie (Whedbee) Bourne

1876 Little Lost Valley

 

SHANAFELT,  Samuel

b. 1826

s. Catherine Ann Matilda Rusie

Co E 12th Reg In. Union

1877 Rock Creek

SHANAFELT, H. C. "Vos"

b. 1854

s. Alice (Worth) Sheets

1877 Rock Creek

 

SHOOK [Shuck], Andrew Jackson b. 1832

 

s. Effie J. Turman

1877 Senate

 

SMITH, John "Black John"

 

s. Ora Camden

1880 two Salt Creeks

 

STEPHENS, Benjamin

b. 1840

s. Delilah (?)

1880 Census

 

STILL  (?)

 

 

(farm joining the Herrington)

1880 Young County

TAYLOR, (?)

 

s. Kate McMaster

Early 1880s Broad Tree Crk.

 

TAYLOR, Marshall

b. 1824

s. Mary P. (?)

1880 Census

 

THOMPSON, H. J.

 

s. Jeanette Ham

Col. in Civil War

 

THOMASON, James

b. 1847

s. Clementine (?)

1880 Census

 

THOMPSON, John E.

b. 1844

s. Rebecca (?)

1880 Census

 

TRIPP, William Riley

b. 1851

s. Medora Avery

1880 Censsus

 

VAN HOOSER, Isaac

b. 1820

s. Sarah Elam

1880 Dillingham Prairie

 

VANCY, John

b. 1847

s. Nancy (?)

1880 Census

 

VOWELL, John

b. 1855

s. Belle (?)

1880 Census

 

WAGGONER, Andrew

b. 1814

s. Elizabeth (?)

1880 Census

 

WALDEN, L.

b. 1849

1874 (voter's list)

 

 

WALDEN, Rosanna

b. 1832

1880 Census

 

 

WALDEN, Thomas J.

b. 1844

s. Elizabeth Hill

1880 Census

 

WALDEN, William

b. 1858

1880 Census

 

 

WELCH, John A.

b. 1851

s. Albertine (?)

1880 Census

 

WHILING, Charles H.

b. 1846

s. Mahala A. (?)

1880 Census

 

WILKINSON, Thomas I.

b. 1840

s. Amarine (?)

1880 Census

 

WILLIS, William L., Dr.

b. 1835

s. Prudence Rogers

Galloway's Co.- 1879 Center Ridge

Green's Home Guards Union

WILTON, Henry Franklin

b. 1853

s. Martha Jane Baldwin

1876 Bumble Bee

 

WILTON, Thomas Absolem

b. 1849

s. Ester Britanna Clar

Co H, 7th Ill. Cav., Confederate

1877 Winn Hill

WOLFE, Joseph L.

b. 1832

s. Jane C. (?)

1877 Senate

 

WOODS, John

 

s. Nancy Lockard

1855 Salt Creek Hill

 

 Jack County Civil War Pension Applications
These 222 records were extracted by Dorman Holub from the
Texas State Library and Archives Commission

The Index to Confederate Pension Applications provides the name, county of residence, and pension number for some 54,634 approved, rejected, and home pensions issued by the Texas government between 1899 and 1975.

Claimant Name Number Husband's Names Number

Allen, D. P.

34956

 

 

Allen, William V.

45744

 

 

Anderson, Sarah

9252

Anderson, W. J.

2196

Anderson, W. J.

2196

 

 

Autry, Winnie M.

rej

Autry, J. A.

 

Baker, J. M.

5798

 

 

Ball, Sarah

7875

Ball, William J.

 

Barnett, Mary D.

24842

Barnett, David Harrison

 

Beadle, Samuel M.

rej

 

 

Bentley, Mattie

36073

Bentley, Thomas Jefferson

24986

Bentley, Thomas Jefferson

24986

 

 

Black, H. F.

28935

 

 

Black, Isaac

15728

 

 

Boatman, Andrew B.

8911

 

 

Borden, Anna

30870

Borden, Joe

30189

Borden, Joe

30189

 

 

Bowen, H. B.

50382

 

 

Brant, A. G.

24960

 

 

Brant, Harriet Jane

33066

Brant, A. G.

24960

Brisco, Nancy Fannie

50224

Brisco, William

 

Brown, W. P.

15731

 

 

Bryant, Lewis Henry

30035

 

 

Bryant, Sallie C.

40349

Bryant, Lewis Henry

30035

Burnett, M. V. (Mrs)

43199

Burnett, Lorenzy Dow

 

Calhoun, John

5736

 

 

Calvert, Adeline Jane

32508

Calvert, Jesse A.

8184

Calvert, Jesse A.

8184

 

 

Candler, M. L. (Mrs)

26666

Candler, Joseph Halt

 

Carlisle, G. A.

24981

 

 

Clay, Sarah Franice

46654

Clay, William

 

Cloer, William J.

15730

 

 

Collier, A. J.

rej

 

 

Collins, Jesse M.

15729

 

 

Cook, S. A. (Mrs)

17109

Cook, William C.

 

Cornelius, Pheba K.

12461

 

 

Costen, E. P.

rej

 

 

Davidson, Mattie M.

35370

Davidson, Robert Alexander

 

Davis, Mary J.

rej

Davis, Nathan W.

 

Derrick, H. C. (Mrs)

50377

Derrick, William Vinson

 

Deshane, P. E. (Mrs)

42639

Deshane, Orsenath Madison

 

Dillard, Edward L.

31759

 

 

Dishman, C. H.

2197

 

 

Duncan, Fannie A.

25814

Duncan, William Garner

 

Dwight, F. M.

15727

 

 

Dwight, L. J. (Mrs)

36963

Dwight, F. M.

15727

Elliston, Sarah F.

9051

Elliston, Joseph

 

Ellsberry, Thomas W.

7876

 

 

Enlow, J. D.

5795

 

 

Enlow, S. A. (Mrs)

9887

Enlow, J. D.

5795

Erwin, Elizabeth

8173

Erwin, John

 

Erwin, N. H.

36269

 

 

Erwin, W. H.

rej

 

 

Eustace, Amanda

39858

Eustace, Thomas Allen

9560

Fitzgerald, M. A.

11986

 

 

Forbis, W. J.

2198

 

 

Fowler, Joe

30188

 

 

Fowler, Martha Jane

43139

Fowler, Joe

30188

Franks, James F.

17912

 

 

Gafford, Malisa A.

8185

Gafford, James

 

Gahagan, Joseph

rej

 

 

Gibson, C. W. (Mrs)

2200

Gibson, S. C.

 

Gill, Mary F.

41714

Gill, Edward Harmon

 

Gilmore, Frank D.

30034

 

 

Gilmore, M. G. (Mrs)

34660

Gilmore, Frank D.

30034

Glakeler, Cornelia

rej

Glakeler, Thomas Jefferson

 

Glazner, Thomas D.

41396

 

 

Gofford, M. A. (Mrs)

rej

Gofford, James

 

Goldsmith, J. T.

5737

 

 

Goodin, Jack

21306

 

 

Goodin, Rebecca J.

30028

Goodin, Jack

21306

Gowdy, W. T.

8742

 

 

Graham, M. C.

rej

 

 

Gray, Modena

50570

Gray, William C.

 

Green, Sarah

24894

Green, Seben

 

Green, Sarah

rej

Green, Seburn

8741

Green, Seburn

8741

 

 

Griffith, Elizabeth Jane Osteen

41433

Osteen, Sylvester

 

Guthrie, W. J.

2199

 

 

Ham, A. L. (Bud)

31764

 

 

Ham, M. S. (Mrs)

42984

Ham, A. L. (bud)

31764

Hardy, George Washington

33167

 

 

Harper, Maggie

38002

Harper, Isaac Newton

 

Hayes, Ben

28742

 

 

Hayes, Susan

38719

Hayes, Ben

28742

Heath, James Washington

11983

 

 

Helton, William B.

13381

 

 

Hestand, Mary Jane

31712

Hestand, William Sprowels

 

Hicks, Leonard J.

8186

 

 

Hicks, Mary E.

8939

Hicks, L. J.

 

Higgins, William M.

2202

 

 

Hilliard, A. A.

40969

 

 

Hodge, H. T. (Mrs)

2204

Hodge, J. G.

 

Howard, Andrew Jackson

10993

 

 

Howard, J. N.

2203

 

 

Howard, Marion Johnson

11985

 

 

Howell, Martha

2205

Howell, James H.

 

Humphrey, John Rufus

2201

 

 

Jackson, Ann Eliza

5797

Jackson, S. J.

 

Jackson, J. J.

7263

 

 

Jackson, John

5793

 

 

Jackson, Lydia F.

15726

Jackson, Henry

 

Jackson, Nancy E.

7265

 

 

Jackson, Thomas

7264

 

 

Johnston, A. W.

rej

 

 

Jones, John

26683

 

 

Jones, Samantha

50994

Jones, Thomas Wilson

36925

Jones, Susan E. R.

2206

Jones, Willis J.

 

Jones, T. B.

26686

 

 

Jones, Thomas Wilson

36925

 

 

King, B. L.

21155

 

 

Kinnard, George Washington

9052

 

 

Kiser, G. W.

2207

 

 

Kizer, J. K.

rej

 

 

Kutch, William C.

34495

 

 

Latimer, George Williamson

10992

 

 

Leach, J. G.

rej

 

 

Leatherwood, J. M.

15725

 

 

Leatherwood, John M.

rej

 

 

Love, John I.

rej

 

 

Love, William Henderson

28823

 

 

Manning, M. E. (Mrs)

42932

Manning, Edward C.

 

Martin, Henderson

19052

 

 

Masters, John Wesley

28695

 

 

Matlock, Maggie M.

39187

Matlock, Jason Lafayette

 

Mauldin, Thomas Jefferson

47747

 

 

McCarroll, Susan O.

17914

McCarroll, Thomas Kandy

 

McCaw, Narcissa Jane

rej

McCaw, Robert Nelson

 

McCloud, James Madison

42972

 

 

McCloud, Rutha E.

51415

McCloud, James Madison

42972

McClure, Ezekiel Andrew

51544

 

 

McCrow, Narcisso Jane

rej

 

 

McLeland, Elizabeth A.

8187

McLeland, Samuel R.

 

McQueery, Louisa T.

39787

McQueery, Alfred Alcorn

 

McQuerry, A. A.

rej

 

 

Miller, Cyntha Emily

38304

Miller, George Cicero

24849

Miller, George Cicero

24849

 

 

Millsaps, M. V.

24846

 

 

Mize, D. A. (Mrs)

8370

 

 

Montgomery, James Anderson

34147

 

 

Montgomery, Minnie Virginia

39790

Montgomery, James Anderson

34147

Moore, Libbie T.

23902

Moore, George Washington

 

Moore, R. R.

rej

 

 

Moss, J. C. C.

2208

 

 

Murray, G. S.

2209

 

 

Newman, Mary

40710

Newman, Sam

34180

Nixon, C. M. (Mrs)

21533

Nixon, Washington Tomlinson

 

Norman, Cornelius Asberry

34123

 

 

Norman, Mary E.

35618

Norman, Cornelius Asberry

34123

Odell, H. C.

39882

 

 

Owens, R. F.

2210

 

 

Owens, Rhoda A.

7262

Owens, R. F.

2210

Parrish, S. D. (Mrs)

rej

Parrish, John Buckhamon

 

Pate, William

9050

 

 

Patton, Henreta

39372

Patton, David Wesley

 

Pemberton, Alfred

37793

 

 

Pemberton, Ida Jane

40563

Pemberton, Alfred

37793

Peterson, Louisa

2212

Peterson, Thomas W.

 

Pevehouse, David

26796

 

 

Pevehouse, M. V. (Mrs)

50735

Pevehouse, David

26796

Phariss, James

31159

 

 

Pickett, Sallie A.

2211

Pickett, John M.

 

Polk, Martha Ann

38631

Polk, John Morgan

12013

Price, M. J. (Mrs)

40249

Price, Marmaduke Norphlete

32479

Price, Thomas Eli

38010

 

 

Pruitt, B. H.

rej

 

 

Quinn, Roxie A. Riley

50771

Riley, Charles Marion

 

Ramsey, Rebecca Jane

11984

Ramsey, Willis

2214

Ramsey, Willis

2214

 

 

Rhea, Robert W.

2213

 

 

Rhoades, L. L. E. (Mrs)

5794

Rhoades, Jacob

 

Rich, M. L. (Mrs)

rej

Rich, Thomas J.

 

Richards, S. J. (Mrs)

39692

Richards, William Richard

 

Riddel, Thomas B.

2215

 

 

Robinson, W. W.

rej

 

 

Robison, F. A.

rej

 

 

Rogers, John Larkin

11987

 

 

Rogers, Mary J.

36292

Rogers, Thomas Chilton

30295

Rogers, Rosa

33698

Rogers, John Larkin

11987

Rogers, Thomas Chilton

30295

 

 

Rollans, M. A. (Mrs)

46679

Rollans, Hay Crawford

 

Ross, Albert James

37599

 

 

Shook, J. A.

rej

 

 

Sillivent, George Washington

11235

 

 

Sillivent, J. D. (Mrs)

18700

Sillivent, George Washington

11235

Sillivent, Martha A.

2217

Sillivent, F. M.

 

Sims, M. L. (Mrs)

5796

Sims, R. B.

 

Sloan, F. E. (Mrs)

10991

Sloan, W. H.

 

Smith, David Joseph

10394

 

 

Smith, Elizabeth C.

38247

Smith, David Joseph

10394

Smith, John P.

26688

 

 

Smith, Sarah Elizabeth

rej

Smith, William Harrison

 

Smith, T. W.

2216

 

 

Smithers, Cordon Wesley (Mrs)

45534

Smithers, Cordon Wesley

41884

Spangler, Kansas Nebraska

43612

Spangler, William Riley

 

Spears, Clara

27511

Spears, Wiley Marcus

 

Spencer, Major Andrew

9253

 

 

Spiller, George

rej

 

 

Sullivent, G. W.

rej

 

 

Tarpley, Thomas J.

22038

 

 

Thedford, W. M.

15733

 

 

Thomason, J. H.

2218

 

 

Thompson, Carrol N.

27505

 

 

Tucker, G. M.

2220

 

 

Turnbow, T. J.

2219

 

 

Uselton, B. D.

2223

 

 

Wallace, Martha E.

17913

Wallace, William Eli

 

Warden, Theodore F.

15732

 

 

Watson, Emily M.

25457

Watson, Joseph Huddleston

 

Wells, J. W.

2221

 

 

Wells, N. C. (Mrs)

rej

Wells, William Riley

 

Whitaker, Martha

rej

Whitaker, George Patillo

 

White, Robert Burton

29612

 

 

White, Sarah M.

40107

White, Robert Burton

29612

Whitsitt, Josephine

37273

Whitsitt, Thomas William

2222

Whitsitt, Thomas William

2222

 

 

Willis, E. C.

rej

 

 

Willis, John Ashley

25092

 

 

Wood, Melissie E.

39398

Wood, Lee Taylor

 

Woodall, G. W.

5738

 

 

Young, G. A. (Mrs)

rej

Young, T. G.

 

Young, Maria

24756

Young, Samuel

10393

Young, Samuel

10393

 

 

The Following Documents Came from the USGenWeb Archives
http://www.usgwarchives.net/tx/jack/jacktoc.htm
They were recopied here so genealogy researches looking for Jack County relatives might find them.

Applications for Civil War Pensions:
1. Andrew Boatman Application - Contributed by John R. Peterson
2. Samuel Newman, Sr. Application - Contributed by
Elnora Frances Cook-Wyrick

Jack County, TX - Civil War Pension Application - Andrew Boatman (rej)
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Contributed by  John R. Peterson <jonrpeterson@swbell.net>

Application of Indigent Soldier or Sailor of the late Confederacy for Jack County, in the State of Texas, and
that he makes this application for the purpose
Pension under the Act of May 12, 1899.

FORM No. 2
The State of Texas
County of Jack
To the Honorable County Judge of Jack County, Texas.
Your petitioner Andrew Boatman represents that he is a resident
Citizen of Jack County, in the State of Texas, and that he makes this application for the purpose of obtaining
a pension, under the act passed by the Twenty-sixth Legislature of the State of Texas, and approved May 12,
A.D. 1899, the same being an act entitled "An act to carry into effect the amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Texas, providing that aid may be granted to disabled and dependent Confederate soldiers, sailors, and
their widows under certain conditions, and to make an appropriation
Therefore and I do solemnly swear that the answers I have given to the following questions are true.
----------------------------------------------
Note--Applicant must make answer to all of the following questions, and
Such answers must be written out plainly in ink.
----------------------------------------------
Q. What is your name?  Answer: Andrew Boatman
Q. What is your age?  Answer:  I am 54 years old
Q. In what County do you reside?  Answer: Jack
Q. How long have you resided in said County and what is your post
   office address?  Answer:  3 years, Bryson, Texas
Q. Have you applied for a pension under the Confederate Pension Law?
   heretofore, and been rejected? If so state when and where. Answer: NO
Q. What is your occupation if able to engage in one?  Answer: Farmer
Q. What is your physical condition?  Answer: During the war, I    
   Contracted fever and cold-settling in my lungs. I then became
   Partially paralyzed-from which I am now suffering.
Q. State in what company and regiment you enlisted in the Confederate
   Army and the time of your service?  Answer:  Co. E Col. Border's
   Regiment Dismounted Cavalry Texas Volunteers
and served 2 Years.                
Q. If you served in the Confederate navy, state when 
   and where, and the time of such service? Answer: No
Q. State whether or not you have received any pension or veteran
   donation land certificate under any previous law, and if you answer   
   in the affirmative state what pension or veteran donation land
   certificate you have received.  Answer: I have not
Q. What real and personal properties do you now own, and what is the
   present value of such property?  Give list of such property and    
   value.  Answer: I am in possession of 125 acres of land, worth in
   in the aggregate $300.00.  I owe $125.00 purchase money on this
   land. I also own (2) two horses worth $20.00 each. And one wagon
   worth $10.00.
Q. What property, and what was the value thereof have you sold or
   conveyed within two years prior to the date of this application? 
   Answer: None

Q. What income, if any, do you receive?  Answer: None
Q. Are you in indigent circumstances; that is, are you in actual want,
   And destitute of property and means of subsistence?  Answer: I am.
Q. Are you unable, by your labor to earn a support?  Answer: I am.
Q. Have you transferred to others any property of value of any kind?
   for the purpose of becoming a beneficiary under this law? Answer: No
Q. Did you ever desert the Confederacy?  Answer: No
Q. Have you been continuously since the first day of January, 1880, a
   Bonafide resident citizen of this State?  Answer: I have since 1854.
   Wherefore your petitioner prays that her application for pension be
   approved and that such other proceedings be had in the premises as
   as required by law.
(Signature of Applicant) Andrew B.  X (His Mark) Boatman
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 1st day of August AD 1899
                            Thomas F. Horton
                 [Seal] County Judge Jack County, Texas


Affidavit of Witnesses
(Note--There must be at least two credible witnesses)
The State of Texas
County of Jack
Before me, Thomas F. Horton County Judge of Jack County, State of Texas, this day personally appeared  Louisa Peterson, L.A. Barnes and P. Boatman who are personally known to me to be credible citizens who being by me
duly sworn on oath, state that they personally know that Andrew B. Boatman, applicant for a pension, and that
they personally know that the said Andrew B. Boatman, enlisted in the service of the Confederacy, and performed
the duties of a soldier(or sailor) as claimed by him in the above and foregoing application, and that they
further know that he the said applicant Andrew B. Boatman, deceased, is unable to support himself by labor of
any sort.
(Signature of Witness): Louisa (her x mark) Peterson
(Signature of Witness): L.A. (her) X mark) Barnes
(Signature of Witness): P. (her X mark) Boatman
 Sworn to and subscribed before me this 1st day of August AD 1899.
                               Thomas F. Horton  Attest            [seal] County Judge Jack County, Texas  R.S.
Blair 
AFFIDAVIT OF PHYSICIAN
THE STATE OF TEXAS}
County of Jack    }    before me Thos. Horton County Judge of Jack County, State of Texas, on this day
personally appeared E. Hughes,
Who is a reputable practicing physician of this county, who being by me duly sworn on oath, states that he has
carefully and thoroughly examined Andrew Boatman applicant for a pension, and finds him laboring under the
following disabilities which render him unable to labor at any work or calling sufficient to earn a support for
himself: Paralysis, had first attack in 1877 and was sick for eighteen months, suffered from attacks of
neuralgia which he says he has had  since the war, and he also suffers from chronic bronchitis.
           (Signature of Physician) E. Hughes M.D.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of August AD 1899
                            Thomas F. Horton
                        County Judge Jack County, State of Texas
                             _______________

____
       CERTIFICATE OF COUNTY JUDGE

THE STATE OF TEXAS,     }          I, Thomas F. Horton,
COUNTY JUDGE OF JACK County, State of Texas, do hereby certify that on the 14th day of August, AD 1899, before
me came on to be heard the application of Andrew B. Boatman, for a pension under the Confederate Pension Law of
the State, approved May 12, AD 1899; that the answers of said applicant to the questions propounded were made
under oath as the same appear in writing in the foregoing application: that the affidavits of the witnesses who
are credible citizens were made before me as the same herein before appear, and that the foregoing affidavit of
Doctor E. Hughes who is a reputable physician of this County, was made before me. I also certify that the said
applicant Andrew B. Boatman is not an inmate of The Texas Confederate Home, nor otherwise disqualified under
any of the provisions of Section 12, if the Confederate Pension Law.  I further certify that after considering
all of the proceedings had before me relative to the said application for a pension by the said Andrew B.
Boatman. I find the said applicant is lawfully entitled to the pension provided for by the Confederate Pension
Law of this State, and I hereby approve said application. 

           Witness my hand and seal of office at Jacksboro this 14th
                          day of August AD 1899
                               Thomas F. Horton         
                 

                  CERTIFICATE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

THE STATE OF TEXAS
County of  Jack   We the undersigned members of the Commissioners Court of Jack County, Texas, hereby certify
that the foregoing application of Andrew B. Boatman, for a pension together with the proof in support thereof,
was duly submitted by Hon. Thomas F. Horton County Judge of this Jack County, to the Commissioners Court of
this Jack County, at a regular term thereof on the 18th day of August A.D. 1899, and after a careful
consideration of the same we find the said applicant is lawfully entitled to the pension provided for by the
Confederate Pension Law of this State and we hereby approve said application.

Witness our hands and seal of office at Jacksboro this 18th
   Day of August AD 1899
                            J.G. Milburn Pre. No.1
                            F.D. Gilmore Pre No. 2
                            F.M. Christopher No. 3
     (Seal)                 Jesse Smith

CSA Pension Application; 1917-Samuel Newman Sr-Young & Jack Counties, TX

Contributed for use in USTXGenWeb Archives by Elnora Frances Cook-Wyrick

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Texas State Archives:
Application for Confederate Soldier Pension #34180, State of TX;
Filed 15 May 1917, Approved 1 June 1917:
for "Sam Newman, of Loving, Young Co., TX,
age 87 years, born in New York".

Other information; he had lived in Loving, ! Young Co., TX for one year, was a farmer,
assessed value of his property $800.00 and in poor health, at the time of application.
Statement from the "War Department,

The ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, WASHINGTON;
May 18, 1917:
Respectfully returned to Commissioner of Pensions, State of Texas, Austin, with the information that: Samuel Newman [Pvt.] Company "D" 9th Battl'n., MO. S.S. C.S.A. (No rolls on file) appears on a register of C.S.A. G.H., Shreveport, LA as admitted April 18, 1865. Complaint, dysentery returned to duty April 20, 1865 and shown on a roll of prisoners of war of "Co., D", Pindalls (9th) Battl'n S.S. Lewis' Brig. C.S.A. as paroled at Shreveport, LA. June 7 1865. +++ end of document:"
The application for pension continues with information, states that "First enlisted in Green's State Troops, wounded and captured August 1862, additional information about name of Unit he was with includes; Co., D Ninth [9th] Missouri Sharp Shooters; Parsons Bri! gade, Pendal's Battalion". Application Witnessed by: W.C. Groner, and J.L. McCord, signed 10 May 1917.

Application for MORTUARY WARRANT; signed by "Mary Newman" his wife, states that he died at his home on the 5th day of February 1925, in the town of Newcastle, Young Co., TX. Certificate of Undertaker signed by; "W.H. Dover" and Attending Physician Certificate signed by; " C.J. Ponis
[spelling?] " giving cause of death to be "Senility". Both Undertaker and Physician were in Newcastle, Young Co., TX.

Young Co., TX, Death Certificate lists unknown for name of parents of Samuel Newman Sr.;
date of death on the certificate does not correspond with date (of 1926) recorded on
headstone in Winn Hill Cemetery where he is buried, headstone may have been added some
time after his death. Date of death certificate also does not correspond with the date
on CSA Pension Application for Mortuary Warrant signed by Notary Public "H.C. Williams"
and the Undertak! er "W.H Dover". Date of death listed on Young County, TX, Death Certificate
is shown to be 4 February 1925. Cause of death listed as "Senility".
********************

Confederate Soldier Pension, Widow's Claim # 40710,
filed 16 April 1925,
by Mary Newman, widow of Sam Newman, who died in Young Co., TX on 5 February 1925, and
had been drawing benefits under his own Claim # 34180
which Samuel Newman had filed prior to his death.
Mary Newman states that she was born in the state of Texas, and was married to Sam Newman
about 1875 in Navarro Co., TX, she states her age is 70 years old, born in Texas, and was
moving from Young Co., TX and her new address was R.F.D. #31, Jacksboro, TX. This is sworn
to and signed by;
H C/A McClure, County Judge, of Jack Co., TX.
Affidavit of Witnesses: signed by Wm. Clay and L.T. Richardson.

CERTIFICATE OF STATE AND COUNTY ASSESSOR:
States that she had personal and real property and a homeste! ad; to! tal value $460.
Records show Mary Newman was hospitalized 19 May 1930, and released on 25 September 1930,
record also contain several letters written by "Mrs John Wilton", [Box 72, Jermyn, TX]
who lists herself as daughter of Mary Newman.
APPLICATION FOR MORTUARY WARRANT: is signed by Son; Sam Newman Jr. with [(X) his Mark]
on 8th day of July 1933.
Recorded as written; by Elnora Frances Cook-Wyrick