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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Minute Men military rolls, 1865-1866,

State Police military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871),

State Guard military rolls, 1870-1872, undated (bulk 1870-1871),

Reserve Militia military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871),

Provisional State Troops military rolls, 1871,

Frontier Forces military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871),

Minute Men military rolls, 1872-1877 (bulk 1872-1874),

Texas Ranger military rolls, 1873-1874,

Militia military rolls, 1874-1877,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Adjutant General's Department:

An Inventory of Reconstruction Military Rolls at the Texas State Archives, 1865-1866, 1870-1877, undated (bulk 1870-1874)



Overview

Creator: Texas. Adjutant General's Dept.
Title: Reconstruction military rolls
Dates: 1865-1866, 1870-1877, undated
Dates: (bulk 1870-1874)
Abstract: These records include muster rolls, muster/payrolls, rosters, and lists, dating 1865-1866, 1870-1877, and undated (bulk 1870-1874). They comprise the military rolls maintained by the Texas Adjutant General's Department, of the various units serving in Texas during the Reconstruction era, including Minute Men (1865-1866 and 1872-1877), State Police, Provisional State Troops, State Guard, Reserve Militia, Frontier Forces, and Militia. The amount of information listed for each man on each roll varies considerably depending on the unit and the type of roll.
Quantity: 20.25 cubic ft.
Language English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

During the Congressional phase of Reconstruction, the military affairs of the State of Texas, and many aspects of civil government, were controlled by the commander of the District of Texas (1866-1868), or of the 5th Military District (1868-1870). These troops were federal (i.e. United States) troops, and their records would be federal records, not held by the Texas State Archives.

Within months of Texas' readmission to the Union under Radical Republican Governor Edmund J. Davis (1870), the 12th Texas Legislature, Called Session, created the Frontier Forces (June 13), the State Guard and Reserve Militia (June 24), and the State Police (July 1), all of which were commanded by a newly restored state Adjutant General. (The first Adjutant General so appointed, James Davidson, absconded with over $37,000 of state funds in 1872.) On November 25, 1871, the 12th Legislature, 2nd Session, added a fifth organization, the Minute Men.

Governor Davis called out six companies of Provisional State Troops for martial law duty in Limestone County during October and November of 1871, when citizens rioted against the State Police.

The 13th Texas Legislature merged the State Guard and Reserve Militia into a simple state Militia on March 19, 1873, and abolished the State Police force on April 22, 1873. The Frontier Forces were replaced in 1873 and 1874 by the Rangers (also known as the Frontier Men), and finally by the Frontier Battalion, organized by an act of the 14th Texas Legislature, 1st Regular Session, passed April 10, 1874. At about the same time one can date the evolution of the Texas Volunteer Guard as the definitive militia organization for the state.

To recap: the Reconstruction era in Texas saw the formation of the following types of military units:

  • State Police (unlike any other unit until perhaps the Department of Public Safety troopers);
  • rangers (Frontier Forces, which became Rangers/Frontier Men in 1873, which became Frontier Battalion in 1874);
  • militia (State Guard and Reserve Militia, which became Militia in 1874, which became Texas Volunteer Guard after 1877);
  • others (Minute Men--two encarnations, 1865-1866 and 1870-1877--and Provisional State Troops, 1871).

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Scope and Contents of the Records

These records include muster rolls, muster/payrolls, rosters, and lists, dating 1865-1866, 1870-1877, and undated (bulk 1870-1874). They comprise the military rolls maintained by the Texas Adjutant General's Department, of the various units serving in Texas during the Reconstruction era, including Minute Men (1865-1866 and 1872-1877), State Police, Provisional State Troops, State Guard, Reserve Militia, Frontier Forces, and Militia. The amount of information listed for each man on each roll varies considerably depending on the unit and the type of roll.

There are muster rolls, muster/payrolls, and payrolls, for Texas minute men companies, dating 1865-1866. They represent five counties (Montague, Parker, Travis, Wise, and Young). Information given includes: name, rank, age, when and where enlisted, by whom enrolled, number of days served on regular scouts, number of days served on extra calls, total amount due, remarks, and (for Parker County only) signatures.

For the Texas State Police, there are rosters, muster rolls/payrolls and lists, dating 1870-1873 and undated. One undated roster for the State Police is arranged alphabetically under each rank. There are 12 combination muster and payrolls, for five captains of the State Police, arranged by district (1st through 4th District, plus a sub-district); and 19 rolls without designation of district. They date 1870-1871. The pre-printed forms contain the following information: name, rank, date of entry into service, station, by whom and to what time last paid, remarks, period of service, pay per month, amount of pay, and voucher number. Also included is one roll designated "Description List of State Police from Bexar County," under Sheriff H. D. Bonnet, giving office, name, station, age, color, and nationality; and one "Descriptive List of Galveston City Police Force," giving name, rank, height, age, complexion, eyes, hair, nativity, and race. Texas law had made all local law-enforcement officials ex-officio members of the State Police.

The Texas State Guard produced muster rolls for about 59 captains, commanding companies organized into 10 regiments, dating 1870-1872 (mostly 1870-1871). The mostly pre-printed forms usually contain simply name and rank; occasionally, age, color, occupation, post office, and remarks are also given.

The Texas Reserve Militia produced muster rolls for approximately 616 captains, commanding companies organized into 97 regiments of infantry and two companies of cavalry, dating 1870-1872 (mostly 1870-1871). Mostly pre-printed forms, the rolls normally give only name and rank, but sometimes add date of entry into service, station, age, color, residence, and occupation.

There are muster and payrolls for six companies of Texas Provisional State Troops called out for martial law duty in Limestone County during October and November of 1871. Information on these pre-printed forms includes number, name, rank, date of entry into service, station, remarks, period, pay per month, amount of pay, signature, and witness.

The Texas Frontier Forces are listed on muster rolls and muster/payrolls for about 19 captains, commanding companies A through P, dating 1870-1872 (mostly 1870-1871). The preprinted forms include the following information: name, rank, date of entry into service, station, and remarks; in addition, the muster/payrolls also include valuation of horses, number of cartridges due the state, by whom and to what time last paid.

In addition, there are two volumes. One, dating 1870-1873, lists officers of the State Guard, the Reserve Militia and the Frontier Forces, giving date of commission, name, rank, age, regiment and company to which assigned, date of acceptance, post office address (town and county), and remarks. The other is an undated index to the Roster of Reserve Militia, State Guard, and Frontier Forces, letters U through Z only.

There are muster/payrolls, for about 39 lieutenants of Texas Minute Men companies, dating 1872-1877 (bulk 1872-1874). The counties represented include: Bandera, Blanco, Brown, Burnet, Callahan, Coleman, Comanche, Cook, Edwards, Erath, Gillespie, Jack, Kendall, Kerr, Lampasas, Llano, Mason, Maverick, Medina, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker, San Saba, and Wise. Information given includes: name, rank, dates from and to, pay per day, total pay, last paid to include (date), signatures (many of which are not the originals), and remarks. In addition, there is one volume entitled Roster of Minute Companies, organized by Company (A through Z), which gives the following information: county, number, name, and remarks (mostly blank). Most of the companies are listed as "organized January 4, 1872."

For Texas Rangers, there are muster/payrolls for eight captains of companies, plus muster/payrolls for 3 lieutenants (for units which were formed after the creation of the Frontier Battalion). They date 1873-1874. Often referred to as Frontier Men, these companies represented the following counties: Brown/San Saba, El Paso, Erath/Comanche, Jack, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker, Webb, Wise, and Young, plus the region between the Nueces River and the Rio Grande. Some of the forms are pre-printed. They include name, rank, dates from and to, total pay, signatures, and remarks.

Finally, there are rolls for five captains of Texas Militia units dating 1874-1877. Most are for Captain McNelly's company from Washington County. In addition, there are two detachments used as escorts to a trial in Indianola County (September, 1874); plus two companies on duty quelling disturbances occasioned by removal of the county seat of Van Zandt County (1877). Including muster-in rolls, muster-out rolls, payrolls, and muster/payrolls, these rolls give name, rank, dates from and to, signatures, remarks, pay, plus various amounts alloted for travel and equipment. These rolls are included in this subgroup despite the fact that they date after the time that Reconstruction was considered complete in Texas.

The men listed in the rolls of four of these series have been included in the Texas State Archives' search room "Ranger Rolls" card index: Frontier Forces, Minute Men (1872-1877), most of the Texas Rangers (1873-1874), and Texas Militia (1874-1877).

Note: Occasionally a researcher knows the name of a company commander, but does not know which military unit (Ranger or militia or otherwise) he commanded, or where to search for the appropriate military roll. Researchers using the finding aid electronically may search for names of captains. For researchers using a print copy, an alphabetical list of captains is provided in the Texas State Archives search room, matching the captain with the military organization. All of the non-Civil War military rolls (muster rolls, payrolls, etc.) held in the Texas State Archives are included in this index. To repeat, this index of company commanders does NOT include Civil War units except for Union troops, listed as Army of the United States (1860-1861, 1864-1865).

This finding aid describes nine series of military rolls. If you are reading this electronically, click here for an overview of the Texas Adjutant General's Department, Military rolls. If you are reading this in paper, the overview is at the beginning of the first binder labeled Military rolls.

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Organization

The Reconstruction military rolls subgroup of the Adjutant General's records is organized into nine series:
Minute Men military rolls, 1865-1866, 0.14 cubic ft.
State Police military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871), 1.26 cubic ft.
State Guard military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871), 2.07 cubic ft.
Reserve Militia military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871), 11.62 cubic ft.
Provisional State Troops military rolls, 1871, fractional
Frontier Forces military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871), 0.97 cubic ft.
Minute Men military rolls, 1872-1877 (bulk 1872-1874), 3.36 cubic ft.
Texas Ranger military rolls, 1873-1874, 0.69 cubic ft.
Militia military rolls, 1874-1877, 0.14 cubic ft.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

None.

Restrictions on Use

Some of the military rolls may be too large and/or too fragile for photocopying.

Technical Requirements

None.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas Rangers.
Texas. Militia
Texas. Minute Men.
Texas. State Police.
Texas State Guard.
Texas. Reserve Militia.
Texas. Provisional State Troops.
Texas. Frontier Forces.
Subjects:
Reconstruction--Texas.
Martial law--Texas.
Document Types:
Muster rolls--Texas--1865-1866, 1870-1877, undated.
Payrolls--Texas--Military records--1865-1866, 1870-1877, undated.
Rosters--Texas--Military records--1870-1873, undated.
Functions:
Protection of Texas.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Adjutant General's Department, Departmental correspondence, 1846-1943 (bulk 1861-1933), 121.62 cubic ft.
Texas Adjutant General's Department, Service records, 1836-1845, 1854-1865, 1870-1935, 179.07 cubic ft. (including Minute Men service records, 1855-1862, 1872-1874, 0.47 cubic ft.; State Police service records, 1870-1871, 4.7 cubic ft.; and Frontier Forces service records, 1870-1871, 4.23 cubic ft.)
Texas Adjutant General's Department, Service records, 1836-1845, 1854-1865, 1870-1935, 179.07 cubic ft.: Searchable online index is at http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/service/index.html
Texas Adjutant General's Department, Reconstruction records, 1865-1873, undated, 7.87 cubic ft.
Texas Adjutant General's Department, Ranger records, 1839-1975, undated (bulk 1854-1918), 40.94 cubic ft.
Texas Adjutant General's Department, Applications for special pardons, 1865-1867, 2.82 cubic ft.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1933/001, 1937/004, 1988/130, and unknown

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Adjutant General's Department in 1920 (approximately 800 muster rolls and payrolls, dating 1860-1886); and on February 21, 1934.

Twenty-eight rolls, all of Lt. Henry Schwethelm's company from Kerr County, dated November 1874 through 1877 (the only rolls dating after mid-1874), were donated to the Texas State Archives on October 22, 1920 by Mr. August Fischer, a former member of that company. All bear the stamp "U. S. Pension Office, October 26, 1920." A second accession document lists the Texas Adjutant General's Office as transferring these same rolls back to the Archives on March 8, 1921. These were assigned accession number 1988/130 for purposes of control.

Processing Information

Tony Black, July 1986

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Minute Men military rolls, 1865-1866,
0.14 cubic ft.

This series consists of six muster rolls (plus copies), two muster/payrolls (plus copies), and two payrolls, for Texas Minute Men companies, dating 1865-1866. They represent five counties (Montague, Parker, Travis, Wise, and Young). Information given includes: name, rank, age, when and where enlisted, by whom enrolled, number of days served on regular scouts, number of days served on extra calls, total amount due, remarks, and (for Parker County only) signatures.
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically by county.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Minute Men (1865-1866) military rolls, Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: unknown
In 1920, approximately 800 muster rolls and payrolls, dating 1860-1886, were transferred by the Texas Adjutant General's office to the Texas State Archives.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, July 1986
Parker County, 1st Parker County Minute Company, Texas State Troops:
Oversize Folder
401-743 1. Capt. L.L. Tackitt, October 20, 1865
[3 copies]
(muster roll)
1. Capt. L.L. Tackitt, October 20, 1865
(payroll)
Parker County, 2nd Parker County Minute Company, Texas State Troops:
Oversize Folder
401-743 1. Capt. Harteford Howard, April 26, 1866
[2 copies]
(muster roll)
1. Capt. Harteford Howard, April 26-July 26, 1866
(muster/payroll)
Travis County, Company of Citizen Cavalry:
Oversize Folder
401-743 1. Capt. Ed Burleson, July 13-August 4, 1865
(muster roll)
1. Capt. Ed Burleson, July 13-August 4, 1865
(payroll)
Wise County, Minute Company:
Oversize Folder
401-743 1. Capt. John Teague, October 14, 1865
[2 copies]
(muster roll)
1. Capt. John Teague, October 13-November 7, 1865
[2 copies]
(muster/payroll)
Young County, Minute Men:
Oversize Folder
401-743 1. Capt. William B. Self, January 1-22, 1866
(muster roll)
Montague County, Company of State Troops (order of Governor Throckmorton):
Map-case Folder
401-798 1. Capt. J. T. Rowland, November 17, 1866
(muster roll)

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State Police military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871),
1.26 cubic ft.

This series consists of rosters, muster rolls/payrolls and lists of Texas State Police, dating 1870-1873 and undated. One undated roster for the State Police is arranged alphabetically under each rank. There are 12 combination muster and payrolls, for five captains of the State Police, arranged by district (1st through 4th District, plus a sub-district); and 19 rolls without designation of district. They date 1870-1871. The pre-printed forms contain the following information: name, rank, date of entry into service, station, by whom and to what time last paid, remarks, period of service, pay per month, amount of pay, and voucher number.
Also included is one roll designated "Description List of State Police from Bexar County," under Sheriff H. D. Bonnet, giving office, name, station, age, color, and nationality; and one "Descriptive List of Galveston City Police Force," giving name, rank, height, age, complexion, eyes, hair, nativity, and race. Texas law had made all local law-enforcement officials ex-officio members of the State Police.
In addition, there are three volumes which contain State Police rosters. One volume, dating 1870-1873, contains three different lists:
  1. (1) pages 2-15: a chronological list of policemen, giving date commission was forwarded, name, residence, age, rank, number, post office address, district, and comments (e.g., date accepted, resigned, declined, etc.);
  2. (2) pages 30-143: a roster of each of the four districts, giving date commissioned, date accepted, file number, name, rank, age, color, town and county where stationed, and remarks; and
  3. (3) pages 174-453: a roster of each of eight police districts, arranged therein by county, giving date commissioned, date qualified, name, color, age, post office address, and remarks.
This volume has an index loose in front.
A second volume of miscellaneous State Police records contains, among other things, a Roster of State Police, March 29, 1873. Finally, there is a Roster of Special Policemen (including Railroad Police and Penitentiary Special Police), 1871-1872, arranged by county, and containing the following information: dates to and from, name, age, race, residence, and remarks (e.g., date removed, refused appointment, returned commission, killed).
Arrangement
These records are arranged by district.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), State Police military rolls, Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1933/001 and unknown others
These records were transferred to the Texas State Archives by the Texas Adjutant General's Department on February 21, 1934.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, July 1986
Oversize Folder
401-726 1. Roster of State Police, undated
1st District, State Police:
Oversize Folder
401-726 1. Capt. M. P. Hunnicut, July 7-August 31, 1870
1. Capt. M. P. Hunnicut, September 1-30, 1870
2nd District, State Police:
Oversize Folder
401-726 2. Capt. E. M. Alexander, July 7-August 31, 1870
2. Capt. E. M. Alexander, September 1-31, 1870
2. Capt. E. M. Alexander, November 1-30, 1870
3rd District, State Police:
Oversize Folder
401-726 3. Capt. L. H. McNelly, July 7-August 31, 1870
3. Capt. L. H. McNelly, September 1-30, 1870
3. Capt. L. H. McNelly, February 1-28, 1871
4th District, State Police:
Oversize Folder
401-726 4. Capt. Jack Helm, July 7-August 31, 1870
4. Capt. Jack Helm, September 1-30, 1870
Sub-District, State Police:
Oversize Folder
401-726 5. Lt. A. H. French, July 7-August 31, 1870
5. Lt. A. H. French, September 1-30, 1870
State Police from Bexar County:
Oversize Folder
401-726 5. Sheriff H. D. Bonnet, July 30, 1870
Galveston City Police Force:
Oversize Folder
401-726 5. Chief of Police Thomas Smith, undated
(descriptive list)
State Police:
Oversize Folder
401-726 6. July 7-August 31, 1870
6. August 1-31, 1870
6. September 1-30, 1870
[2 copies]
6. October 1-31, 1870
[4 copies]
7. November 1-30, 1870
[3 copies]
7. December 1-31, 1870
[3 copies]
8. January 1-31, 1871
[3 copies]
8. February 1-28, 1871
8. March 1-31, 1871
Volume
401-1059 Roster of State Police, 1870-1873
Volume
401-1010 Roster of State Police, March 29, 1873
Volume
401-1058 Roster of Special Policemen, 1871-1872

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State Guard military rolls, 1870-1872, undated (bulk 1870-1871),
2.07 cubic ft.

This series consists of approximately 87 muster rolls, for about 59 captains of the Texas State Guard, commanding companies organized into 10 regiments, dating 1870-1872 (mostly 1870-1871). The mostly pre-printed forms usually contain simply name and rank; occasionally, age, color, occupation, post office, and remarks are also given.
In addition, there are two volumes. One, dating 1870-1873, lists officers of the State Guard (on pages 1-29 and 198-199), giving date of commission, name, rank, age, regiment and company to which assigned, date of acceptance, post office address (town and county), and remarks. (It also lists officers of the Reserve Militia and the Frontier Forces.) Arrangement is chronological. The other is an undated index to the Roster of Reserve Militia, State Guard, and Frontier Forces, letters U through Z only.
A cross-reference chart follows, to match the company to the county and/or town/city.

COUNTY: TOWN: UNIT:
Anderson Palestine 2nd Regiment, Company F
Palestine 2nd Regiment, Company G
Bastrop Bastrop 8th Regiment, Company A
Brazoria Cedar Creek 10th Regiment, Company C
Brazoria Columbia 10th Regiment, Company B
Burleson Caldwell 8th Regiment, Company L
Calhoun Indianola 9th Regiment, Company E
Colorado Columbus 8th Regiment, Company E
Comal New Braunfels 7th Regiment, Company E
DeWitt Clinton 9th Regiment, Company C
Fort Bend Richmond 10th Regiment, Company A
Galveston Galveston 10th Regiment, Company E
Grayson Sherman 2nd Regiment, Company I
Grimes Navasota 8th Regiment, Company D
Guadalupe 7th Regiment, Company C
Harris Houston 10th Regiment, Company D
Hays San Marcos 7th Regiment, Company A
San Marcos 7th Regiment, Company B
Henderson Athens 2nd Regiment, Company C
Houston Crockett 1st Regiment, Company K
Jasper 1st Regiment, Company G
Karnes Helena 9th Regiment, Company A
Lamar Paris 3rd Regiment, Company G
Leon 1st Regiment, Company I
Limestone Springfield 5th Regiment, Company A
Liveoak 9th Regiment, Company D
Madison 8th Regiment, Company G
Marion 3rd Regiment, Company H
Marion Jefferson 3rd Regiment, Company B
Jefferson 3rd Regiment, Company C
Jefferson 3rd Regiment, Company E
Jefferson 3rd Regiment, Company F
Matagorda Matagorda 9th Regiment, Company F
Newton Burkeville 1st Regiment, Company E
Panola Carthage 2nd Regiment, Company E
Red River 3rd Regiment, Company A
Robertson Bremond 5th Regiment, Company B
San Jacinto Cold Springs 1st Regiment, Company D
Cold Springs 1st Regiment, Company F
Travis Austin 6th Regiment, Company A
Austin 6th Regiment, Company B
Austin 6th Regiment, Company C
Austin 6th Regiment, Company D
Travis Onion Creek 6th Regiment, Company G
Travis Spice Wood Spring 6th Regiment, Company E
Travis Webberville 6th Regiment, Company F
Tyler Woodville 1st Regiment, Company A
Upshur Gilmer 3rd Regiment, Company I
VanZandt Canton 2nd Regiment, Company D
Victoria 9th Regiment, Company G
Walker Huntsville 1st Regiment, Company B
Washington Brenham 8th Regiment, Company B
Washington Chappell Hill 8th Regiment, Company C
Webb Laredo 9th Regiment, Company B
Wharton Wharton 8th Regiment, Company F
Williamson Georgetown 6th Regiment, Company H
Georgetown 6th Regiment, Company I
Wilson Sutherland Springs 7th Regiment, Company D
10th Regiment, Company F
Arrangement
These records are arranged by regiment and then by company within each regiment.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), State Guard military rolls, Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1933/001
These records were apparently transferred to the Texas State Archives by the Texas Adjutant General's Department on February 21, 1934.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, July 1986
1st Regiment, State Guard:
Oversize Folder
401-727 1. Company A (Woodville, Tyler County) (Capt. William S. Durham), October 31, 1870
1. Company B (Huntsville, Walker County) (Capt. M. H. Goddin), October 15, 1870
1. Company D (Cold Springs, San Jacinto County) (Capt. James E. Haden), October 28, 1870
2. Company E (Burkeville, Newton County) (Capt. R. J. Brailsford), November 5, 1870
2. Company F (Cold Springs, San Jacinto County) (Capt. Albert Isaacks), October 1, 1870
2. Company G (Jasper County) (Capt. Adam Adams), 1870
2. Company I (Leon County) (Capt. Warren Reed), October 29, 1870
2. Company K (Crockett, Houston County) (Capt. Thomas Sampson), September 29, 1871
2nd Regiment, State Guard:
Oversize Folder
401-727 3. Company C (Athens, Henderson County) (Capt. E. R. Johnson), September 24-November 7, 1870
[2 copies]
3. Company D (Canton, VanZandt County) (Capt. Manning Wentworth), January 1, 1870
3. Company E (Carthage, Panola County) (Capt. J. J. Fain), November 18, 1870
4. Company F (Palestine, Anderson County) (Capt. Joel Lufkin), 1870
4. Company F (Palestine, Anderson County) (Capt. Joel Lufkin), September 1, 1870-August 31, 1874 [sic]
5. Company G (Palestine, Anderson County) (Capt. Frank Parsons), September 1, 1870-August 31, 1874 [sic]
5. Company G (Palestine, Anderson County) (Capt. Frank Parsons), March 6, 1871
5. Company H [I] (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. John E. Logsden), 1870
3rd Regiment, State Guard:
Oversize Folder
401-727 6. Company A (Red River County) (Capt. J. B. Donoho), 1870
6. Company B (Jefferson, Marion County) (Capt. William H. Mason), November 4, 1870
6. Company C (Jefferson, Marion County) (Capt. Charles Haughn), October 24, 1870
6. Company E (Jefferson, Marion County) (Capt. J. D. Wood), May 1, 1871
7. Company F (Jefferson, Marion County) (Capt. R. Henry Green), June 8, 1871
7. Company G (Paris, Lamar County) (Capt. C. C. Granger), May 15, 1871
7. Company H (Marion County) (Capt. A. M. Gregory), July 3, 1871
7. Company I [Gilmer, Upshur County] (Capt. E. R. Dallson), 1871
5th Regiment, State Guard:
Oversize Folder
401-727 8. Company A (Springfield, Limestone County) (Capt. W. N. Richardson), October 11, 1870
8. Company B (Bremond, Robertson County) (Capt. G. S. Whitmore), February 4, 1871
6th Regiment, State Guard:
Oversize Folder
401-727 9. Company A (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. William C. Gillson), September 30, 1870
10. Company B (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. Henry G. Madison), undated [1870]
10. Company B (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. Henry G. Madison), August 30, 1870
10. Company B (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. Henry G. Madison), September 30-October 31, 1870
11. Company C/D (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. Jasper C. Thompson), August 30, 1870
11. Company C/D (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. Jasper C. Thompson), September 30, 1870
11. Company D (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. William J. Mitchell), August 31, 1870
11. Company D (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. James B. Cassidy), October 31, 1871
12. Company E (Spice Wood Spring, Travis County) (Capt. James Smith), undated [1870]
12. Company E (Spice Wood Spring, Travis County) (Capt. James Smith), August 30, 1870
12. Company E (Spice Wood Spring, Travis County) (Capt. James Smith), October 1870
12. Company E (Spice Wood Spring, Travis County) (Capt. James Smith), November 1870
12. Company F (Webberville, Travis County) (Capt. Z. H. Peter), September 24, 1870
13. Company G (Onion Creek, Travis County) (Capt. David Watrous), August 30, 1870
13. Company G (Onion Creek, Travis County) (Capt. David Watrous), September 30, 1870
13. Company G (Onion Creek, Travis County) (Capt. David Watrous), September 30-October 30, 1870
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401-728 14. Company H (Georgetown, Williamson County) (Capt. Edward H. Napier), September 30-October 31, 1870
14. Company H (Georgetown, Williamson County) (Capt. Edward H. Napier), October 8, 1870
14. Company H (Georgetown, Williamson County) (Capt. Edward H. Napier), October 31-November 30, 1870
14. Company H (Georgetown, Williamson County) (Capt. Edward H. Napier), January 10-24, 1871
[4 copies]
(payroll)
14. Company I (Georgetown, Williamson County) (Capt. George Davis), undated [1870]
7th Regiment, State Guard:
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401-728 15. Company A (San Marcos, Hays County) (Capt. Silas Tilden), 1870
15. Company A (San Marcos, Hays County) (Capt. Silas Tilden), September 30, 1870
15. Company A (San Marcos, Hays County) (Capt. Silas Tilden), September 30-October 31, 1870
16. Company B (San Marcos, Hays County) (Capt. Harper Jackson), September, 1870
16. Company B (San Marcos, Hays County) (Capt. Harper Jackson), September 30-October 31, 1870
16. Company B (San Marcos, Hays County) (Capt. Harper Jackson), January, 1871
17. Company C (Guadalupe County) (Capt. F. G. Tinsley), October 29/November 17, 1870
17. Company C (Guadalupe County) (Capt. F. G. Tinsley), November 1, 1870-April 6, 1871
17. Company D (Sutherland Springs, Wilson County) (Capt. A. McClung), November 15, 1870-March 1, 1871
17. Company D (Sutherland Springs, Wilson County) (Capt. A. McClung), November 29, 1870-March 5, 1871
17. Company E (New Braunfels, Comal County) (Capt. Ed Garrison), July 29, 1871
8th Regiment, State Guard:
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401-728 18. Company A (Bastrop, Bastrop County) (Capt. Edmund Heinz), August 7, 1870
18. Company B (Brenham, Washington County) (Capt. John Lands), 1870
18. Company C (Chappell Hill, Washington County) (Capt. J. H. Johnson), August 8, 1870
[2 copies]
19. Company D (Navasota, Grimes County) (Capt. E. W. Dorsey), September 3, 1870
19. Company E (Columbus, Colorado County) (Capt. Allen Nail), September 1, 1870
19. Company F (Wharton, Wharton County) (Capt. J. N. Baughman), 1870
20. Company G (Madison County) (Capt. John H. Patrick), September 20, 1870
20. Company L [H?] (Caldwell, Burleson County) (Capt. Henry Stewart), April 8, 1871
[3 copies]
20. Company L [H?] (Caldwell, Burleson County) (Capt. Henry Stewart), April 22, 1871
9th Regiment, State Guard:
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401-728 21. Company A (Helena, Karnes County) (Capt. R. F. Haskins), 1870
21. Company B (Laredo, Webb County) (Capt. Jose Maria Garcia), November 12, 1870
21. Company C (Clinton, DeWitt County) (Capt. N. I. Weisiger), April 22, 1871
21. Company D (Liveoak County) (Capt. Peyton NcNeill), April 29, 1871
22. Company E (Indianola, Calhoun County) (Capt. Charles W. Hartup), May 18, 1871
22. Company F (Matagorda, Matagorda County) (Capt. C. A. Williams), May 1, 1871
22. Company G (Victoria County) (Capt. R. U. Weisiger), undated
22. Company G (Victoria County) (Capt. R. U. Weisiger), May 24, 1871
10th Regiment, State Guard:
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401-728 23. Company A (Richmond, Fort Bend County) (Capt. Shade Croome), August 27, 1870
23. Company B (Columbia, Brazoria County) (Capt. William Brinkley), September 28, 1870
23. Company C (Cedar Creek, Brazoria County) (Capt. William A. Jones), October 8, 1870
24. Company D (Houston, Harris County) (Capt. J. J. Weller), October 3, 1870
24. Company E (Galveston, Galveston County) (Capt. Calistro Brown), May 16, 1872
24. Company F (Capt. Burrel McNeail), [April 5], 1872
Volume
401-1057 Roster of State Guard, Reserve Militia, and Frontier Forces, 1870-1873
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401-741 190. Index to Roster of State Guard, Reserve Militia, and Frontier Forces, U-Z, undated

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Reserve Militia military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871),
11.62 cubic ft.

This series consists of approximately 652 muster rolls, for approximately 616 captains of the Texas Reserve Militia, commanding companies organized into 97 regiments of infantry and two companies of cavalry, dating 1870-1872 (mostly 1870-1871). Mostly pre-printed forms, the rolls normally give only name and rank, but sometimes add date of entry into service, station, age, color, residence, and occupation.
In addition, there are two volumes. One, dating 1870-1873, lists officers of the Reserve Militia (on pages 212-473), giving date of commission, name, rank, age, regiment and company to which assigned, date of acceptance, post office address (town and county), and remarks. (It also lists officers of the State Guard and the Frontier Forces.) Arrangement is chronological. The other is an undated index to the Roster of Reserve Militia, State Guard, and Frontier Forces, letters U through Z only.
A cross-reference chart follows, to match the regiment to the county.

COUNTY: UNIT:
Anderson County 89th Regiment, Reserve Militia
90th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Atascosa County 23rd Regiment, Reserve Militia
Austin County 92nd Regiment, Reserve Militia
Bandera County 14th Regiment, Reserve Militia (E)
1st Regiment, Cavalry, Reserve Militia (E)
Bell County 33rd Regiment, Reserve Militia (F-I)
49th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Bexar County 5th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Blanco County 7th Regiment, Reserve Militia (C-D)
Burleson County 43rd Regiment, Reserve Militia
Burnet County 33rd Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-C [E])
Cameron County 86th Regiment, Reserve Militia
87th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Cass County 69th Regiment, Reserve Militia (I)
Chambers County 37th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Cherokee County 35th Regiment, Reserve Militia
36th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Coleman County 67th Regiment, Reserve Militia (B)
Collin County 82nd Regiment, Reserve Militia
83rd Regiment, Reserve Militia
95th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Colorado County 2nd Regiment, Reserve Militia
Cooke County 63rd Regiment, Reserve Militia (F-I)
70th Regiment, Reserve Militia (E-F)
Dallas County 44th Regiment, Reserve Militia
57th Regiment, Reserve Militia
63rd Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-C [E])
DeWitt County 48th Regiment, Reserve Militia
52nd Regiment, Reserve Militia (G-K)
Ellis County 53rd Regiment, Reserve Militia
59th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Falls County 10th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Fannin County 40th Regiment, Reserve Militia
41st Regiment, Reserve Militia
70th Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-D)
Fayette County 3rd Regiment, Reserve Militia
Freestone County 80th Regiment, Reserve Militia
81st Regiment, Reserve Militia
Galveston County 8th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Gillespie & Kendall Counties 14th Regiment, Reserve Militia (H)
Gillespie County 14th Regiment, Reserve Militia (D)
14th Regiment, Reserve Militia (F-G)
Gonzales County 50th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Grayson County 73rd Regiment, Reserve Militia
74th Regiment, Reserve Militia
75th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Grimes County 4th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Guadalupe County 24th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Hardin County 32nd Regiment, Reserve Militia (F-G)
Harris County 11th Regiment, Reserve Militia
15th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Harrison County 93rd Regiment, Reserve Militia
94th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Hays County 7th Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-B)
Hopkins County 39th Regiment, Reserve Militia
46th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Houston County 6th Regiment, Reserve Militia (A [-D])
96th Regiment, Reserve Militia
97th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Jack County 60th Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-B)
Jackson County 52nd Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-B)
Jasper County 22nd Regiment, Reserve Militia (C [-G])
Kaufman County 66th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Kendall County 14th Regiment, Reserve Militia (B)
1st Regiment, Cavalry, Reserve Militia (A)
Kerr County 14th Regiment, Reserve Militia (I)
Lamar County 64th Regiment, Reserve Militia
65th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Lampasas County 51st Regiment, Reserve Militia
Lavaca County 27th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Leon County 6th Regiment, Reserve Militia (E [-G])
Limestone County 84th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Madison County 32nd Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-C [E])
Marion County 20th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Matagorda County 52nd Regiment, Reserve Militia (C-F)
Medina County 25th Regiment, Reserve Militia (C-E)
Menard County 67th Regiment, Reserve Militia (A)
Milam County 12th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Montgomery County 30th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Nacogdoches County 78th Regiment, Reserve Militia (F-H)
79th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Polk County 31st Regiment, Reserve Militia (A)
Red River County 13th Regiment, Reserve Militia
17th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Robertson County 16th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Rusk County 76th Regiment, Reserve Militia
77th Regiment, Reserve Militia
78th Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-E)
San Augustine County 6th Regiment, Reserve Militia (H-K)
22nd Regiment, Reserve Militia (H-I)
San Jacinto County 85th Regiment, Reserve Militia
San Saba County 56th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Smith County 29th Regiment, Reserve Militia
47th Regiment, Reserve Militia
62nd Regiment, Reserve Militia
Tarrant County 60th Regiment, Reserve Militia (F-H)
88th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Titus County 68th Regiment, Reserve Militia
69th Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-H)
Travis County 1st Regiment, Reserve Militia
Trinity County 31st Regiment, Reserve Militia (B-D)
Tyler County 22nd Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-B)
Upshur County 42nd Regiment, Reserve Militia
91st Regiment, Reserve Militia
Uvalde County 25th Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-B)
Van Zandt County 71st Regiment, Reserve Militia
Victoria County 9th Regiment, Reserve Militia (K)
61st Regiment, Reserve Militia
Walker County 21st Regiment, Reserve Militia
Washington County 9th Regiment, Reserve Militia (A-H [I])
18th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Williamson County 45th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Wise County 60th Regiment, Reserve Militia (C-E)
Wood County 26th Regiment, Reserve Militia
Arrangement
These records are arranged by regiment, and then by company within each regiment.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Reserve Militia military rolls, Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1933/001
These records were apparently transferred to the Texas State Archives by the Texas Adjutant General's Department on February 21, 1934.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, July 1986
1st Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-729 1. Company A (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. Fred Carleton), June 27, 1870
1. Company A (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. Fred Carleton), October 1, 1870-December 31, 1871
1. Company B (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. T. B. Wheeler), August 1, 1870
1. Company B (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. T. B. Wheeler), September 5-December 31, 1870
2. Company C (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. H. M. Metz), August 1, 1870
2. Company C (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. H. M. Metz), June 27-December 31, 1870
2. Company D (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. D. M. Wilson), August 8, 1870
3. Company E (Wheelers Store, Travis County) (Capt. E. R. Crockett), August 6, 1870
3. Company E (Wheelers Store, Travis County) (Capt. E. R. Crockett), September 1-December 31, 1871
4. Company F (Austin, Travis County) (Capt. R. N. Lane), September 23, 1870-September 23, 1871
4. Company G (Walnut Creek, Travis County) (Capt. J. B. Rogers), July 30, 1870
4. Company G (Walnut Creek, Travis County) (Capt. J. B. Rogers), October 1-December 31, 1870
5. Company H (Capt. R. W. Riley), December 31, 1870
5. Company I (Capt. W. H. Browning), June 16, 1871
5. Company K (Travis County) (Capt. Wash L. Young), 1871
5. Field & Staff (Lt. Col. John Robinson), March 6, 1871
2nd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-729 6. Company A (Columbus, Colorado County) (Capt. George McCormick), August 6, 1870
6. Company B (Fielsburg, Colorado County) (Capt. Ed H. Adams), November 1, 1870
6. Company C (New Mainz, Colorado County) (Capt. Anton Braden), August 1, 1871
7. Company D (Alleyton, Colorado County) (Capt. Alex Matthews), September 30, 1871
7. Company E (Oakland) (Capt. I. N. Wall), August 17, 1870
[2 copies]
3rd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-729 8. Company A (Round Top, Fayette County) (Capt. W. E. Rosenberg), August 7, 1870
8. Company B (Neese's Store, Fayette County) (Capt. Martin Zivernemann), August 11, 1870
[2 copies]
8. Company C (LaGrange, Fayette County) (Capt. R. T. Bradshaw), August 13, 1870
9. Company D (Neese's Store, Fayette County) (Capt. Christian Luving), August 30-September 30, 1870
9. Company E (Round Top, Fayette County) (Capt. Amos Sampson), September 3, 1870
9. Company F (La Grange, Fayette County) (Capt. John Kellough), August 20, 1870
9. Company G (Capt. B. F. Dunn), September 30, 1871
4th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-729 10. Company A (Navasota, Grimes County) (Capt. J. Earl Preston), August 10, 1870
[2 copies]
10. Company B (Capt. H. M. Gantt), 1870
10. Company C (Capt. J. C. Hutcheson), October 12, 1871
5th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-729 11. Company A (San Antonio, Bexar County) (Capt. E. Peterrider), 1870
11. Company B (Capt. W. H. Houston), December 20, 1870
6th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-729 12. Company A (Crockett, Houston County) (Capt. J. C. English), August 30, 1870
12. Company C (Capt. Sampson Hudson), February 13, 1871
12. Company D) (Capt. Thomas W. Craddock), May 24, 1871
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401-730 13. Company E (Leon County) (Capt. H. A. Moorehead), June 16, 1871
13. Company F (Capt. C. G. Walker), June 16, 1871
13. Company G (Capt. J. J. Thomas), June 16, 1871
14. Company H (San Augustine County) (Capt. Richard Holman), June 19, 1871
14. Company I (San Augustine County) (Capt. B. R. Wallace), December 3, 1870
14. Company K (San Augustine County) (Capt. W. I. Townsend), December 3, 1870
7th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-730 15. Company A (San Marcos, Hays County) (Capt. W. W. Martin), August 13-September 5, 1870
15. Company A (San Marcos, Hays County) (Capt. W. W. Martin), August 29, 1870
15. Company B (San Marcos, Hays County) (Capt. J. V. Hutchins), [October 4], 1870
16. Company C (Blanco City, Blanco County) (Capt. G. F. Daniell), September 5, 1870
16. Company D (Round Mountain, Blanco County) (Capt. James Ingram), November 22, 1870
8th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-730 17. Company A (Galveston) (Capt. Oliver Steele), July 30, 1870
17. Company B (Galveston) (Capt. M. Quin), 1871
17. Company C (Galveston) (Capt. J. C. Gorham), 1870
18. Company D (Galveston) (Capt. W. S. Coleman), 1870
18. Company E (Capt. Peter H. Erhard), August 25, 1870
19. Company F (Galveston) (Capt. N. J. Baulard), September 8, 1870
19. Company G (Galveston) (Capt. J. V. Riley), September 15, 1870
9th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-730 20. Company A (Brenham, Washington County) (Capt. I. C. Lusk), August 15, 1870
20. Company B (Chappell Hill, Washington County) (Capt. E. J. Felder), 1870
20. Company C (Washington County) (Capt. Alfred Mitchell), 1870
21. Company D (Long Point, Washington County) (Capt. Newton Ballard), September 1, 1870
21. Company E (Chappell Hill, Washington County) (Capt. Thomas W. White), 1870
22. Company F (Independence, Washington County) (Capt. Gonzales Smith), October 26, 1870
22. Company G (Chappell Hill, Washington County) (Capt. A. G. Garnett), November 25, 1870
23. Company H (Chappell Hill, Washington County) (Capt. Allen W. Wilder), November 26, 1870
23. Company I (Capt. Edmund Clark), December 5, 1870
23. Company K (Victoria) (Capt. R. V. Weisiger), May 24, 1871
10th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-730 24. Company A (Marlin, Falls County) (Capt. J. W. Watkins), August 2, 1870
24. Company B (Carolina) (Capt. F. D. Stewart), July 24, 1871
24. Company C (Capt. J. M. Witten), October 16, 1871
11th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-730 25. Company A (Capt. W. P. McGowan), 1870
25. Company B (Houston, Harris County) (Capt. Sam Allen), 1870
25. Company C (Houston, Harris County) (Capt. D. W. Baziza), 1870
12th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-730 26. Company A (Cameron, Milam County) (Capt. J. W. McCown Jr.), June 27, 1870
26. Company B (Capt. W. T. Lancaster), November 6, 1871
13th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-731 27. Company A (Red River County) (Capt. J. H. Bloodworth), September 12, 1870
27. Company B (Red River County) (Capt. Wash Rogers), September 9, 1870
27. Company C (Capt. Andrew Sands), September 10, 1870
28. Company D (Clarksville, Red River County) (Capt. Robert Richardson), 1870
28. Company E (Clarksville, Red River County) (Capt. Robert Allison), 1870
28. Company F (Clarksville, Red River County) (Capt. William Somerville), 1870
28. Company G (Clarksville, Red River County) (Capt. W. B. Winston), September 22, 1870
29. Company H (Clarksville, Red River County) (Capt. Perry Johnson), September 22, 1870
29. Company I (Clarksville, Red River County) (Capt. John Watson), September 22, 1870
29. Company K (Cuthand, Red River County) (Capt. W. A. Mauldin), September 10, 1870
14th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-731 30. Company B (Sisterdale, Kendall County) (Capt. Heinrich Magers), September 17, 1870
30. Company D (Fredericksburg, Gillespie County) (Capt. Emil Wahrmund), November 5, 1870
30. Company E (Bandera County) (Capt. Arthur Pue), August 1, 1870
31. Company F (Gillespie County) (Capt. F. Joseph Leyendecker), December 15, 1870-November 14, 1871
31. Company G (Fredericksburg, Gillespie County) (Capt. August Duecker), January 18, 1871
31. Company H (Gillespie and Kendall Counties) (Capt. Charles Enderlin), October 20, 1870
31. Company H (Gillespie and Kendall Counties) (Capt. Charles Enderlin), 1870
31. Company I (Kerr County) (Capt. Alonzo Rees), October 20, 1870-May 2, 1871
15th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-731 32. Company A (Houston, Harris County) (Capt. Peter Floeck), September 6, 1870
16th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-731 33. Company A (Calvert, Robertson County) (Capt. J. H. Littlefield), 1870
33. Company B (Owensville) (Capt. J. B. Boyd), September 1, 1870
17th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-731 34. Company A (Red River County) (Capt. William Marshbanks), 1870
34. Company B (Red River County) (Capt. Scott Beaty), October 7, 1870
34. Company C (Red River County) (Capt. Jack Archy), June 17, 1871
34. Company D (Red River County) (Capt. William Gordon), June 17, 1871
35. Company E (Red River County) (Capt. S. R. Stiles), June 17, 1871
35. Company F (Red River County) (Capt. R. J. Lee), June 17, 1871
35. Company G (Red River County) (Capt. Justice Whiteman), June 17, 1871
36. Company H (Red River County) (Capt. Russell Ward), June 17, 1871
36. Company I (Red River County) (Capt. J. F. Hulin), June 17, 1871
18th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-731 37. Company A (Brenham, Washington County) (Capt. S. R. Kanada), October 12, 1870
37. Company B (Gay Hill, Washington County) (Capt. R. W. Tarver), October 26, 1870
37. Company C (Independence, Washington County) (Capt. Thomas C. Clay), November 17, 1870
38. Company D (Gay Hill, Washington County) (Capt. S. A. Morriss), October 2, 1870
38. Company E (Travis) (Capt. John C. White), October 26, 1870
38. Company F (Washington, Texas) (Capt. N. T. Davis), December 24, 1870
20th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-731 39. Company A (Jefferson, [Marion County]) (Capt. W. H. Mason), August 5, 1870
21st Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-731 39. Company A (Huntsville, Walker County) (Capt. J. Mark Smither), October 1, 1870
39. Company B (Huntsville, Walker County) (Capt. L. B. Hightower), October 29, 1870
22nd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-731 40. Company A (Woodville, Tyler County) (Capt. T. H. Spurlock), August 26, 1870
40. Company B (Woodville, Tyler County) (Capt. Charles H. Jones), January 1-March 1, 1871
40. Company B (Woodville, Tyler County) (Capt. Charles H. Jones), March 1-May 1, 1871
40. Company C (Jasper County) (Capt. James C. Harelson), June 19, 1871
41. Company D (Capt. Charles R. Beaty), June 19, 1871
41. Company E (Capt. G. W. Noreworthy), June 19, 1871
41. Company F (Capt. Milton Stone), June 19, 1871
42. Company G (Capt. W. J. B. Adams), June 19, 1871
42. Company H (San Augustine County) (Capt. Harry Garrett), December 30, 1870
42. Company I (San Augustine County) (Capt. John M. V. Bulloch), December 3, 1870
23rd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-732 43. Company A (Pleasanton, Atascosa County) (Capt. J. C. Carr), September 22, 1870
43. Company B (Pleasanton, Atascosa County) (Capt. H. S. Tom), September 22, 1870
43. Company C (Pleasanton, Atascosa County) (Capt. S. W. Merchant), September 26, 1870
43. Company D (Head, Atascosa County) (Capt. J. R. Sweeten), September 25, 1870
24th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-732 44. Company A (Seguin, Guadalupe County) (Capt. John R. Jefferson), September 15, 1870
44. Company B (Seguin, Guadalupe County) (Capt. Samuel L. Herron), September 20, 1870
44. Company C (Capt. Texas P. Dimmitt), December 5, 1870
45. Company D (Seguin, Guadalupe County) (Capt. R. T. Nixon), January 18, 1871
45. Company E (Seguin, Guadalupe County) (Capt. Philip Reinhart), January 18, 1871
45. Company F (Seguin, Guadalupe County) (Capt. F. A. Blumberg), November 1, 1870
46. Company G (Capt. C. H. Lee), December 15, 1870
46. Company H (Seguin, Guadalupe County) (Capt. L. R. Cockrun), January 18, 1871
47. Company I (Seguin, Guadalupe County) (Capt. W. P. H. Douglass), March 6, 1871
47. Company K (Seguin, Guadalupe County) (Capt. William B. Ball), October 13, 1871
25th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-732 48. Company A (Uvalde, Uvalde County) (Capt. Alson Blakeney), March 1, 1871
[2 copies]
48. Company B (Uvalde County) (Capt. J. A. Sumpter), April 24, 1871
49. Company C (Castroville, Medina County) (Capt. Joseph Carle), 1870
49. Company D (Quihi, Medina County) (Capt. A. J. Reitzer), 1870
49. Company E (Hondo, Medina County) (Capt. George W. Johnson), 1870
26th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-732 50. Company A (Quitman, Wood County) (Capt. J. W. Brown), November 23, 1870
50. Company B (Quitman, Wood County) (Capt. John V. Wilson), November 28, 1870
50. Company C (Quitman, Wood County) (Capt. F. M. Crone), November 28, 1870
51. Company D (Quitman, Wood County) (Capt. A. H. Jones), January 31, 1871
51. Company E (Quitman, Wood County) (Capt. L. L. Weatherford), December 5, 1870
51. Company F (Quitman, Wood County) (Capt. A. L. Adams), January 31, 1871
52. Company G (Quitman, Wood County) (Capt. W. M. Giles), December 15, 1870
52. Company H (Quitman, Wood County) (Capt. Wesley Ward), December 5, 1870
27th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-732 53. Company A (Hallettsville, Lavaca County) (Capt. Louis E. Beaumont), November 15, 1870
53. Company A (Lavaca County) (Capt. J. H. Jimerson), 1871
53. Company B (Lavaca County) (Capt. C. Foster), 1871
53. Company C (Lavaca County) (Capt. H. H. Ledbetter), 1871
54. Company D (Lavaca County) (Capt. Robert Zumalt), 1871
54. Company E (Lavaca County) (Capt. H. H. Russell), 1871
54. Company F (Lavaca County) (Capt. James Johnson), October 15, 1870
55. Company G (Hallettsville, Lavaca County) (Capt. J. E. Lay), October 21, 1870
55. Company H (Hackberry, Lavaca County) (Capt. David Snodgrass), October 1, 1870
56. Company I (Petersburgh, Lavaca County) (Capt. A. G. Nolen), November 12, 1870
56. Company K (Lavaca County) (Capt. George Robinson), 1871
29th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-732 57. Company A (Smith County) (Capt. W. B. Henderson), July 4, 1871
57. Company A (Smith County) (Capt. W. B. Henderson), undated
57. Company B (Smith County) (Capt. D. M. Neal [Neel]), July 4, 1871
57. Company B (Smith County) (Capt. D. M. Neal [Neel]), undated
57. Company C (Smith County) (Capt. London Hunter), October 24, 1871
58. Company D (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. Randall Hill), October 24, 1871
58. Company E (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. Ephraim Doty), October 24, 1871
58. Company F (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. Bluford Armstrong), July 4, 1871
58. Company F (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. Bluford Armstrong), 1871
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401-733 59. Company G (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. John H. Brannon), July 4, 1871
59. Company G (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. John H. Brannon), undated
59. Company H (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. Andrew Jackson Lee), July 4, 1871
59. Company H (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. Andrew Jackson Lee), undated
60. Company I (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. William Durham), July 4, 1871
60. Company I (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. William Durham), undated
60. Company K (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. R. D. Johnson), July 4, 1871
60. Company K (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. R. D. Johnson), undated
60. Field & Staff (Col. H. C. Hunt), July 4, 1871
30th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-733 61. Company A (Danville, Montgomery County) (Capt. Aaron Howard), October 29, 1870
61. Company B (Danville, Montgomery County) (Capt. B. D. Griffin), 1870
61. Company C (Montgomery County) (Capt. Edmond Palmer), October 29, 1870
61. Company D (Montgomery County) (Capt. T. W. Smith), October 22, 1870
31st Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-733 62. Company A (Livingston, Polk County) (Capt. A. P. Watts), August 15, 1870
62. Company B (Trinity County) (Capt. W. T. Davis), October 1, 1870
62. Company C (Trinity County) (Capt. John G. Gates), June 6, 1871
62. Company D (Trinity County) (Capt. D. H. Hamilton), June 10, 1871
32nd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-733 63. Company A (Madisonville, Madison County) (Capt. F. J. Weitmoreland), October 3, 1870
63. Company A (Madisonville, Madison County) (Capt. F. J. Weitmoreland), October 28, 1870
63. Company B (Madisonville, Madison County) (Capt. W. W. Visir), October 29, 1870
63. Company C (Madisonville, Madison County) (Capt. M.W. Burney), October 31, 1870
64. Company E (Capt. David Blanch), 1870
64. Company F (Hardin County) (Capt. G. T. Simpson), April 15, 1871
64. Company G (Hardin County) (Capt. J. N. Dark), April 15, 1871
33rd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-733 65. Company A (Burnet, Burnet County) (Capt. M. A. Fields), January 2, 1871
65. Company B (Burnet, Burnet County) (Capt. T. A. Turner), January 2, 1871
65. Company C (Burnet) (Capt. Thomas D. Vaughan), January 2, 1871
65. Company D (Capt. Martin J. Bridges), 1871
66. Company E (Capt. John Schuseler), 1871
66. Company F (Belton, Bell County) (Capt. W. S. Holman), April 1, 1871
66. Company G (Bell County) (Capt. R. H. Taylor), April 29, 1871
67. Company H (Bell County) (Capt. J. J. Clark), May 2, 1871
67. Company I (Bell County) (Capt. Isaac Williams), May 5, 1871
35th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-733 68. Company A (Cherokee County) (Capt. W. W. Hatchett), 1871
68. Company B (Rusk, Cherokee County) (Capt. G. A. Hancock), November 30, 1870
68. Company C (Cherokee County) (Capt. Hayden Cook), November 1, 1870
69. Company D (Larissa, Cherokee County) (Capt. A. B. Cole), 1871
69. Company E (Rusk, Cherokee County) (Capt. James Coleman), November 22, 1870
69. Company F (Cherokee County) (Capt. C. F. Holleyman), July 22, 1871
70. Company G (Cherokee County) (Capt. John T. Wiggins), 1871
70. Company H (Cherokee County) (Capt. W. L. Kirksey), 1871
71. Company I (Jacksonville, Cherokee County) (Capt. Sam P. Torbett), 1871
71. Company K (Cherokee County) (Capt. Sam Dickson), November 1, 1870
36th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-734 72. Company A (Knoxville, Cherokee County) (Capt. George S. Anderson), 1871
72. Company B (Larrissa, Cherokee County) (Capt. William F. Thompson), November 1, 1870
72. Company C (Cherokee County) (Capt. B. D. Latimore), 1871
72. Company D (Cherokee County) (Capt. F. M. Taylor), 1871
73. Company E (Larrissa, Cherokee County) (Capt. Daniel McClendon), February 15, 1870
73. Company F (Cherokee County) (Capt. R. P. Seay), June 17, 1871
73. Company G (New Salem, Cherokee County) (Capt. Henry Cleaver), October 7, 1870
37th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-734 74. Company A (Chambers County) (Capt. T. S. Reeves), June 17, 1871
74. Company B (Chambers County) (Capt. F. J. Whittington), May 8, 1871
39th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-734 75. Company A (Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County) (Capt. H. C. Dial), December 5, 1871
75. Company B (Capt. J. A. Post), 1871
75. Company C (Capt. Thomas McLaughlin), March 9, 1872
75. Company D (Miller Grove, Hopkins County) (Capt. W. D. Walker), December 2, 1871
76. Company E (Capt. B. R. Dickson), December 4, 1871
76. Company F (Reily Springs, Hopkins County) (Capt. J. M. Morris), December 4, 1871
76. Company G (Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County) (Capt. G. H. Corbin), December 6, 1871
77. Company H (Sulphur Bluff, Hopkins County) (Capt. J. H. Barclay), January 25, 1872
77. Company I (White Oak, Hopkins County) (Capt. S. A. Winter), December 1, 1871
77. Company K (Carrolton, Hopkins County) (Capt. J. P. Robertson), December 11, 1871
40th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-734 78. Company A (Bonham, Fannin County) (Capt. L. E. Stephenson), June 12, 1871
78. Company B (Bonham, Fannin County) (Capt. R. C. Thompson), June 12, 1871
78. Company C (Fannin County) (Capt. Levi Kerr), June 12, 1871
78. Company D (Fannin County) (Capt. F. M. Thomas), June 12, 1871
79. Company E (Fannin County) (Capt. G. W. Squires), June 12, 1871
79. Company F (Fannin County) (Capt. John H. Damron), June 12, 1871
79. Company G (Fannin County) (Capt. T. J. Pattillo), June 12, 1871
80. Company H (Fannin County) (Capt. J. W. Olds), June 12, 1871
80. Company I (Fannin County) (Capt. M. W. Whisenhunt), June 12, 1871
80. Company K (Fannin County) (Capt. J. E. Dupree), June 12, 1871
41st Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-734 81. Company A (Fannin County) (Capt. A. J. Nicholson), June 12, 1871
81. Company B (Fannin County) (Capt. T. R. Baird), June 12, 1871
81. Company C (Fannin County) (Capt. T. J. Caldwell), June 12, 1871
81. Company D (Capt. W. P. Moore), June 12, 1871
82. Company E (Fannin County) (Capt. James F. Gober), June 12, 1871
82. Company F (Fannin County) (Capt. C. Z. Bridge), June 12, 1871
82. Company G (Fannin County) (Capt. John L. Blain), June 12, 1871
83. Company H (Fannin County) (Capt. M. B. Drake), June 12, 1871
83. Company I (Fannin County) (Capt. O. P. Richardson), June 12, 1871
83. Company K (Fannin County) (Capt. F. G. Furganson), June 12, 1871
42nd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-735 84. Company A [Coffeeville, Upshur County] (Capt. Horace Cambell), 1871
84. Company B (Capt. John L. Shipman), 1871
84. Company C [Lafayette, Upshur County] (Capt. E. W. Stoker), 1871
84. Company E [Gilmer, Upshur County] (Capt. W. Y. Glass), 1871
85. Company F (Capt. J. W. McDonald), 1871
85. Company G (Capt. Alex Ford), 1871
86. Company H (Capt. John Tucker), 1871
86. Company I (Capt. W. J. Awalt), 1871
86. Company K (Capt. S. F. Walker), 1871
43rd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-735 87. Company B (Caldwell, Burleson County) (Capt. J. N. Jackson), November 26, 1870
87. Company C (Lexington, Burleson County) (Capt. T. S. Douglass), November 22, 1870
[2 copies]
87. Company D (Burleson County) (Capt. John R. Lewis), November 29, 1870
88. Company E (Caldwell, Burleson County) (Capt. T. D. Fontain), November 28, 1870
[3 copies]
89. Company F (Lexington, Burleson County) (Capt. Isaac Heffington), November 29, 1870
89. Company G (Burleson County) (Capt. J. H. Parks), April 22, 1871
89. Company H (Porters Prairie, Burleson County) (Capt. E. T. Phipps), April 22, 1871
90. Company I (Fraimville, Burleson County) (Capt. Reason Porter), April 22, 1871
90. Company K (Brazos Bottom, Burleson County) (Capt. George Starks), April 22, 1871
90. Company L (Brazos Bottom, Burleson County) (Capt. Jack Oldham), April 22, 1871
44th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-735 91. Line officers (Col. W. A. Bledsoe), July 26, 1871
91. Company A (Lancaster, Dallas County) (Capt. R. A. Rawlins/W. A. George), May 17, 1871
91. Company B (Capt. E. G. Bower), May 17, 1871
91. Company C (Capt. M. V. Cole), 1871
92. Company D (Capt. William H. Lemmon), May 17, 1871
92. Company E (Lancaster, Dallas County) (Capt. J. R. Smith), 1871
92. Company F (Dallas County) (Capt. James W. Sandifer), May 17, 1871
93. Company G (Capt. G. B. Brown), May 17, 1871
94. Company H (McAdams Schoolhouse, Dallas County) (Capt. W. C. Leonard), May 17, 1871
94. Company I (Cedar Hill, Dallas County) (Capt. Robert G. Penn), May 17, 1871
94. Company K (Duck Creek, Dallas County) (Capt. W. F. T. Basye), May 17, 1871
45th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-735 95. Company A (Round Rock, Williamson County) (Capt. Elijah Doom), February 7, 1871
95. Company B (Circleville, Williamson County) (Capt. John Waller), April 19, 1871
95. Company C (Round Rock, Williamson County) (Capt. L. M. Mays), April 19, 1871
96. Company D (Georgetown, Williamson County) (Capt. R. H. Montgomery), April 22, 1871
96. Company E (Post Oak Island, Williamson County) (Capt. Jack Moore), April 17, 1871
96. Company F (Bagdad, Williamson County) (Capt. Thomas Murphey), April 17, 1871
97. Company G (Williamson County) (Capt. J. P. Moore), 1871
97. Company H (Florence, Williamson County) (Capt. John F. Morris), September, 1870
97. Company K (Liberty Hill, Williamson County) (Capt. G. W. Miller), April 17, 1871
46th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-735 98. Company D (Hopkins County) (Capt. John T. Bannister), May 13, 1871
98. Company E (Hopkins County) (Capt. W. L. Whitworth), May 13, 1871
98. Company F (Hopkins County) [Capt. Norris J. F.], October 19, 1870
47th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-736 99. Company A (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. Alf Davis), November 7, 1870
99. Company A (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. Alf Davis), July 4, 1871
100. Company B (Troupe, Smith County) (Capt. John A. Hill), November 19, 1870
100. Company B (Troupe, Smith County) (Capt. John A. Hill), July 4, 1871
101. Company C (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. J. M. Bates), November 21, 1870
101. Company C (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. J. M. Bates), July 4, 1871
101. Company D (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. W. F. Hamilton), July 4, 1871
101. Company D (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. W. F. Hamilton), December 4, 1871
102. Company E (Troup, Smith County) (Capt. R. W. Hamilton), November 12, 1870
102. Company F (Garden's Valley, Smith County) (Capt. G. W. Matthews), November 12, 1870
102. Company F (Garden's Valley, Smith County) (Capt. G. W. Matthews), June 5-July 4, 1871
103. Company G (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. James A. Pegues), November 17, 1870
103. Company G (Tyler, Smith County) (Capt. James A. Pegues), July 4, 1871
103. Company H (Smith County) (Capt. B. G. Rhome), July 4, 1871
103. Company H (Smith County) (Capt. B. G. Rhome), December 4, 1871
104. Company I (Flora, Smith County) (Capt. A. P. Stephens), November 19, 1870
104. Company I (Flora, Smith County) (Capt. A. P. Stephens), June 5-July 4, 1871
104. Company K (Starrville, Smith County) (Capt. W. D. Thompson), November 15, 1870
104. Company K (Starrville, Smith County) (Capt. W. D. Thompson), July 4, 1871
104. Field & Staff (Tyler, Smith County) (Col. Frank M. Hays), July 4, 1871
48th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-736 105. Company A (Capt. S. T. Foster), 1871
105. Company E (Yorktown, DeWitt County) (Capt. Adolph Streiber), April 22, 1871
105. Company F (Meyersville, DeWitt County) (Capt. Fred Schewitze), April 22, 1871
105. Company G (Terryville, DeWitt County) (Capt. R. W. Rankin), April 22, 1871
49th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-736 106. Company A (Bell County) (Capt. L. G. Sims), 1871
106. Company B (Bell County) (Capt. W. D. Black), May 5, 1871
106. Company C (Bell County) (Capt. J. W. Smith), May 2, 1871
106. Company D (Bell County) (Capt. W. F. Jones), May 2, 1871
107. Company E (Bell County) (Capt. N. R. Summerill), May 1, 1871
107. Company F (Bell County) (Capt. W. R. Ruffin), May 2, 1871
107. Company G (Bell County) (Capt. G. P. Grimes), May 2, 1871
108. Company H (Bell County) (Capt. A. M. Keller), May 2, 1871
108. Company I (Bell County) (Capt. R. B. Thomas), May 2, 1871
50th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-781 1. Company A (Gonzales, Gonzales County) (Capt. R. F. Nicholson), 1871
1. Company B (Gonzales, Gonzales County) (Capt. William D. W. Peck), July 4, 1871
1. Company C (Belmont, Gonzales County) (Capt. John K. Pierce), July, 1871
1. Company D (Liesburg, Gonzales County) (Capt. John T. Nixon), June 1, 1871
2. Company E (Hopkinsville, Gonzales County) (Capt. George E. Lynch), August 12, 1871
2. Company G (Gonzales, Gonzales County) (Capt. M. B. Hampton), July 20, 1871
2. Company H (Rancho, Gonzales County) (Capt. Sim Holstein), August 1, 1871
2. Company I (Gonzales County) (Capt. Green Jones), July 4, 1871
51st Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-781 3. Company [A] (Lampasas County) (Capt. Richard Hill), April 15, 1871
52nd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-781 4. Company A (Morales, Jackson County) (Capt. W. P. Laughter), April 11, 1871
4. Company B (Jackson County) (Capt. L. F. Wills), April 19, 1871
4. Company C [A] (Matagorda, Matagorda County) (Capt. William Vonwig), May 1, 1871
4. Company D [C] (Caney, Matagorda County) (Capt. M. D. Schrock), May 1, 1871
5. Company E [B] (Caney, Matagorda County) (Capt. William A. Price), May 1, 1871
5. Company F [D] (Caney, Matagorda County) (1st Lt. Smith Jackson), May 1, 1871
5. Company G [A] (Clinton, DeWitt County) (Capt. John T. Wofford), April 22, 1871
6. Company H [B] (Clinton, DeWitt County) (Capt. James Brown), April 22, 1871
6. Company I [C] (Hochheim, DeWitt County) (Capt. J. L. Crawford), April 22, 1871
6. Company K [D] (Concrete, DeWitt County) (Capt. Jordan Dorety), April 22, 1871
53rd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-781 7. Company A [Waxahatchie] (Capt. L. J. Stroop), [1871]
7. Company [B] [Capt. unknown], [1871]
7. Company C (Capt. E. W. Rogers), [1871]
7. Company D (Ellis County) (Capt. J. W. Rockett), 1871
8. Company E (Capt. A. G. Hines), 1871
8. Company F (Ellis County) (Capt. S. C. Cooper), 1871
8. Company G (Ellis County) (Capt. John T. Laughlin), 1871
9. Company H (Ellis County) (Capt. Jack Quinn), 1871
9. Company I (Ellis County) (Capt. Jacob Nunn), 1871
9. Company K (Ellis County) (Capt. Lewis Tomlinson), 1871
56th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-781 10. Company A (San Saba, San Saba County) (Capt. G. C. Navarro), April 22, 1871
10. Company B (San Saba, San Saba County) (Capt. J. Frazer Brown), April 22, 1871
57th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-781 11. Company A (Dallas County) (Capt. B. F. Milican), [1871]
11. Company B (Dallas County) (Capt. John Cheneworth), [1871]
11. Company C (Dallas County) (Capt. C. Henderson), [1871]
11. Company D (Dallas County) [Capt. James Strother], [1871]
12. Company E (Dallas County) [Capt. unknown], [1871]
12. Company F (Dallas County) [Capt. R. V. Harding], [1871]
12. Company G (Dallas County) [Capt. J. P. Potter], [1871]
13. Company H (Dallas County) [Capt. E. E. Russell], [1871]
13. Company I (Lancaster, Dallas County) (Capt. W. T. Lavender), May 17, 1871
13. Company K (Dallas County) (Capt. S. H. Gilbert), May 17, 1871
59th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-781 14. Company A (Ellis County) (Capt. Louis Tomlinson), 1871
14. Company B (Ellis County) (Capt. J. H. Beauchamp), 1871
14. Company C (Ellis County) [Capt. Sam W. Mayo], 1871
15. Company D (Ellis County) [Capt. J. F. Burks], 1871
15. Company E (Ellis County) [Capt. J. W. Jordan], 1871
60th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-781 16. Company A (Jack County) [Capt. Stanley Cooper], April 14, 1871
16. Company B (Jack County) [Capt. E. R. Barnes], April 14, 1871
16. Company C (Wise County) (Capt. L. L. Ward), May 10, 1871
16. Company D (Wise County) (Capt. Flaviss J. Barrett), May 10, 1871
17. Company E (Wise County) (Capt. Samuel M. Foster), May 10, 1871
17. Company F (Double Springs, Tarrant County) (Capt. A. R. McDonald), May 27, 1871
17. Company G (Springgarden, Tarrant County) (Capt. R. Herrington), May 18, 1871
17. Company H (Dunnville, Tarrant County) (Capt. W. I. Weatherly), May, 1871
61st Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-736 109. Company A (Victoria County) (Capt. William Hosdorf), 1871
109. Company B (Victoria County) (Capt. James S. Ferguson), 1871
109. Company C (Victoria County) (Capt. States W. Hill), 1871
110. Company D (Victoria County) (Capt. Robert A. Kerr), 1871
110. Company E (Victoria County) (Capt. W. A. Welsh), 1871
110. Company E (Victoria County) (Capt. Edwin Phelps), 1871
62nd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-736 111. Company A (Smith County) (Capt. J. W. McKinley), 1871
111. Company B (Mt. Carmel, Smith County) (Capt. J. J. McDaniel), April 26, 1871
111. Company C (Smith County) (Capt. J. H. Nolen), 1871
112. Company D (Smith County) (Capt. William R. Wood), 1871
112. Company E (Smith County) (Capt. F. J. Crews), 1871
63rd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-737 113. Company A (Breckinridge, Dallas County) (Capt. J. F. Rowland), May 17, 1871
[2 copies]
113. Company B (Reunion Schoolhouse, Dallas County) (Capt. N. B. Owen), May 17, 1871
113. Company C (Colored Company) (Dallas County) (Capt. Jack Scott), 1871
113. Company D (Capt. Levi Perryman), June 5, 1871
114. Company E (Capt. W. A. Morris), June 5, 1871
114. Company F (Cooke County) (Capt. John Rowland), June 29, 1871
114. Company G (Cooke County) (Capt. John Ragen), June 29, 1871
115. Company H (Cooke County) (Capt. Samuel Whaley), June 29, 1871
115. Company I (Cooke County) (Capt. T. B. Howedeshell), September 23, 1871
64th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-737 116. Company A (Lamar County) (Capt. John Emberson), May 15, 1871
116. Company B (Lamar County) (Capt. Oswell P. Creed), May 15, 1871
116. Company C (Lamar County) (Capt. William E. Moore), May 15, 1871
116. Company D (Lamar County) (Capt. Young A. Collins), May 15, 1871
117. Company E (Lamar County) (Capt. David D. Porter), May 15, 1871
117. Company F (Lamar County) (Capt. James T. Yates), May 15, 1871
117. Company G (Lamar County) (Capt. Wilson Mayo), May 15, 1871
117. Company H (Lamar County) (Capt. Anthony McGrew), May 15, 1871
118. Company I (Lamar County) (Capt. Thomas J. Saufley), May 15, 1871
118. Company K (Lamar County) (Capt. W. Miller Johnson), May 15, 1871
118. Company L (Lamar County) (Capt. W. M. Jones), May 15, 1871
65th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-737 119. Company A (Lamar County) (Capt. James D. Wortham), May 15, 1871
119. Company B (Lamar County) (Capt. Alvis P. Ryan), May 15, 1871
119. Company C (Lamar County) (Capt. John Record), May 15, 1871
119. Company D (Lamar County) (Capt. Archy Harris), May 15, 1871
119. Company E (Lamar County) (Capt. Phillip Miles), May 15, 1871
120. Company F (Lamar County) (Capt. Pleas P. Black), May 15, 1871
120. Company G (Lamar County) (Capt. Robert Hancock), May 15, 1871
120. Company H (Lamar County) (Capt. James B. Johnson), May 15, 1871
120. Company I (Lamar County) (Capt. Sam C. Bryson), May 15, 1871
120. Company K (Lamar County) (Capt. Robert J. Patton), May 15, 1871
66th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-737 121. Company A (Kaufman County) (Capt. H. P. Teague), May 10, 1871
121. Company B (Kaufman County) (Capt. Z. T. Adams), May 10, 1871
121. Company C (Kaufman County) (Capt. J. T. Ayers), May 10, 1871
121. Company D (Kaufman County) (Capt. A. D. Edwards), 1871
122. Company E (Kaufman County) (Capt. C. L. Jones), May, 1871
122. Company F (Kaufman County) (Capt. J. E. Stephenson), 1871
122. Company G (Capt. W. T. Stephenson), 1871
123. Company H (Capt. J. M. Noble), 1871
123. Company I (Capt. W. W. Fields), 1871
123. Company K (Capt. A. V. Edmunston), 1871
67th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-737 124. Company A (Menardville, Menard County) (Capt. William Tipton), May 8, 1871
124. Company B (Camp Colorado, Coleman County) (Capt. M. M. Callan), September 22, 1871
68th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-737 125. Company A (Mt. Pleasant, Titus County) (Capt. Vardiman Evans), May 6, 1871
125. Company B (Mt. Pleasant, Titus County) (Capt. James H. Grigsbey), May 6, 1871
125. Company C (Mt. Pleasant, Titus County) (Capt. J. P. Lockey/Lokey), May 6, 1871
126. Company D (Mt. Pleasant, Titus County) (Capt. Daniel Scurlock), May 6, 1871
126. Company E (Mt. Vernon, Titus County) (Capt. J. R. Rutherford), July 3, 1871
126. Company F (Gray Rock, Titus County) (Capt. C. C. Carr), May 6, 1871
127. Company G (Mt. Vernon, Titus County) (Capt. S. P. Parker), May 6, 1871
127. Company H (Mt. Vernon, Titus County) (Capt. E. J. Killingsworth), May 6, 1871
127. Company I (Mt. Vernon, Titus County) (Capt. John H. Carson), May 6, 1871
127. Company K (Between White Oak & Sulphur, Titus County) (Capt. John W. Stephens), May 13, 1871
69th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-737 128. Company A (Dangerfield, Titus County) (Capt. J. N. Zachery), May 27, 1871
128. Company B (Dangerfield, Titus County) (Capt. D. W. Odell), May 27, 1871
128. Company C (Snowhill, Titus County) (Capt. J. Y. Wilkerson), May 27, 1871
128. Company D (Dangerfield, Titus County) (Capt. R. W. Little), May 27, 1871
128. Company E (Dangerfield, Titus County) (Capt. Henry McDowell), May 27, 1871
129. Company F (Elliotts Mills, Titus County) (Capt. J. H. Hart), May 21, 1871
129. Company G (Elliotts Mills, Titus County) (Capt. Z. B. Rutherford), May 20, 1871
129. Company H (Elliotts Mills, Titus County) (Capt. J. H. Johnson), May 20, 1871
129. Company I (Oak Hill, Cass County; post office Dangerfield, Titus County) (Capt. W. D. Hull), August 30, 1871
70th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
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401-738 130. Company A (Fannin County) (Capt. Louis/Lewis Winston), June 12, 1871
130. Company B (Fannin County) (Capt. Terril Wofford), June 12, 1871
130. Company C (Fannin County) (Capt. Peter Mingo), June 12, 1871
131. Company D (Fannin County) (Capt. App Shaw), June 12, 1871
131. Company E (Cooke County) (Capt. Zacariah Howard), September 23, 1871
131. Company F (Gainesville, Cooke County) (Capt. R. H. Bourdeaux), September 23, 1871
71st Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-738 132. Company D (Van Zandt County) (Capt. J. W. Germany), June 9, 1871
73rd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-738 133. Company A (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. Tim Ed Bomar), 1871
133. Company B (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. T. J. Cunningham), 1871
133. Company C (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. L. F. Ely), 1871
133. Company D (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. Richard Hopson), 1871
133. Company E (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. R. B. Lambert), 1871
134. Company F (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. R. Y. Mangum), 1871
134. Company G (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. William E. Oxford), 1871
134. Company H (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. T. H. Parker), 1871
134. Company I (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. William M. Shannon), 1871
134. Company K (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. George W. Williams), 1871
74th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-738 135. Company A (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. Thomas M. Arnett), 1871
135. Company B (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. Thomas J. Dove), 1871
135. Company C (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. W. A. Hearn), 1871
135. Company D (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. B. F. Noel), 1871
135. Company E (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. W. H. Stanfield), 1871
136. Company F (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. Jonathan Adamson), 1871
136. Company G (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. C. C. Tolson), 1871
136. Company H (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. James E. Berry), 1871
136. Company I (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. W. H. Everheart), 1871
136. Company K (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. J. B. Morgan), 1871
75th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-738 137. Company A (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. Patrick A. Hall), 1871
137. Company B (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. W. A. Savage), 1871
137. Company C (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. A. M. Douglass), 1871
137. Company D (Sherman, Grayson County) (Capt. Robert Montgomery), 1871
76th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-738 138. Company A (Henderson, Rusk County) [integrated] (Capt. J. A. Talliferro), 1871
138. Company B (Henderson, Rusk County) (Capt. J. H. McCauley), 1871
138. Company C (Henderson, Rusk County) (Capt. T. B. Loyd), 1871
139. Company D (Henderson, Rusk County) (Capt. J. S. Tipps), 1871
139. Company E (Mt. Enterprise, Rusk County) (Capt. C. J. Garrison), 1871
139. Company F (New London, Rusk County) (Capt. J. A. Houze), 1871
140. Company G (New Danville, Rusk County) (Capt. J. W. Angel), 1871
140. Company H (Bellview, Rusk County) (Capt. J. M. Thompson), 1871
140. Company I (New Danville, Rusk County) (Capt. Jesse B. Gary), 1871
140. Company K (Bellview, Rusk County) (Capt. T. B. Mayfield), 1871
77th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-738 141. Company A (Millville, Rusk County) (Capt. M. D. Oliver), 1871
141. Company B (Harmony Hill, Rusk County) (Capt. W. M. Gladney), 1871
141. Company C (Harmony Hill, Rusk County) (Capt. A. V. Hendricks), 1871
141. Company D (New Danville, Rusk County) (Capt. John E. Mayers), 1871
142. Company E (Mt. Enterprise, Rusk County) (Capt. A. J. Parker), 1871
142. Company F (Pine Hill, Rusk County) (Capt. John Giles), 1871
142. Company G (Pine Hill, Rusk County) (Capt. Thomas E. Rhodes), 1871
143. Company H (Mt. Enterprise, Rusk County) (Capt. J. H. Garrison), 1871
143. Company I (Mt. Enterprise, Rusk County) (Capt. J. D. Smith), 1871
143. Company K (Mt. Enterprise, Rusk County) (Capt. L. L. Attaway), 1871
78th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-739 144. Company A (Mt. Enterprise, Rusk County) (Capt. Pat Hayter), 1871
144. Company B (Mt. Enterprise, Rusk County) (Capt. J. B. Isbell), 1871
144. Company C (New Salem, Rusk County) (Capt. C. L. Nunley), 1871
144. Company D (New Salem, Rusk County) (Capt. H. M. Cushman), 1871
145. Company E (New Salem, Rusk County) (Capt. J. F. M. Hall), 1871
145. Company F (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. Paul Hyde), June 1871
145. Company G (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. Limus Johnson), June 1871
145. Company H (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. George Malone), June 1871
79th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-739 146. Company A (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. L. F. Branch), June 1871
146. Company B (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. V. C. Whitaker), June 1871
[2 copies]
146. Company C (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. F. Voigt), June 1871
146. Company D (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. W. M. Burrows), June 1871
147. Company E (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. Milton Mast), June 1871
147. Company F (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. James F. Hunter), June 1871
147. Company G (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. Joseph W. Little), June 1871
148. Company H (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. William Craig), June 1871
148. Company I (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. B. R. Brown), June 1871
148. Company K (Nacogdoches County) (Capt. Wallace McKnight), June 1871
80th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-739 149. Company A (Freestone County) [Capt. C. H. Graves], May 2, 1871
149. Company B (Freestone County) [Capt. B. H. Adams], May 2, 1871
149. Company C (Freestone County) [Capt. W. J. Day], May 2, 1871
149. Company D (Freestone County) [Capt. G. L. Jordan], May 2, 1871
150. Company E (Freestone County) [Capt. S. D. Carroll], 1871
150. Company F (Freestone County) [Capt. J. W. Lake], 1871
150. Company G (Freestone County) [Capt. P. R. McSwain], May 29, 1871
151. Company H (Freestone County) [Capt. W. B. Eskridge], 1871
151. Company I (Freestone County) [Capt. John T. Lott], 1871
151. Company K (Freestone County) (Capt. R. D. Kennedy, Jr.), 1871
81st Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-739 152. Company A [L] (Freestone County) [Capt. Joseph Lynn], 1871
152. Company B [M] (Freestone County) [Capt. J. C. Awalt], 1871
152. Company C [O] (Freestone County) [Capt. J. K. Bryan], 1871
153. Company D [P] (Freestone County) [Capt. F. H. Groover], 1871
153. Company E [Q] (Freestone County) [Capt. T. J. Miles], 1871
82nd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-739 154. Company A (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. R. M. Board), May 1, 1871
154. Company B [A] (Capt. J. W. Russell), 1871
154. Company C [B] (Collin County) (Capt. R. B. Carr), May 1, 1871
154. Company D [C] (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. L. H. Graves), May 1, 1871
155. Company E (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. F. M. Hill), May 1, 1871
155. Company F [E] (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. J. F. Creager), May 1, 1871
155. Company G [F] (Collin County) (Capt. Thad Parris), May 1, 1871
156. Company H [G] (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. F. M. Bounds), May 1, 1871
156. Company I [G] (Collin County) (Capt. J. A. Batsell), 1871
156. Company K [H] (Collin County) (Capt. J. E. S. Russell), May 1, 1871
83rd [3rd] Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-739 157. Company A [H] (Collin County) (Capt. S. C. S. Durham), May 1, 1871
157. Company B [G] (Collin County) (Capt. M. H. Alexander), 1871
157. Company C [I] (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. J. H. Bowman), May 1, 1871
157. Company D [K] (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. C. S. Haggard), 1871
83rd [1st] Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-739 158. Company E [D] (Collin County) (Capt. B. S. Johnson), May 1, 1871
158. Company F [E] ( Collin County) (Capt. John M. McKinney), 1871
158. Company G [F] ( Collin County) (Capt. J. C. Rhea), 1871
159. Company H [G] ( Collin County) (Capt. J. F. Wilmith), 1871
159. Company I (Capt. J. W. Briscoe), 1871
83rd [2nd] Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-739 159. Company K [A], (Collin County) (Capt. M. A. Jackson), 1871
84th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-740 160. Company A (Limestone County) (Capt. George F. Parker), 1871
160. Company B (Limestone County) (Capt. Elbert Jennings), May 20, 1871
160. Company C (Springfield, Limestone County) (Capt. E. Bryan), May 29, 1871
161. Company D (Limestone County) (Capt. Andrew Williams), May 20, 1871
161. Company E (Springfield, Limestone County) (Capt. T. W. Wade), June 3, 1871
85th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-740 162. Company C [Company D, 1st Regiment, State Guard] (San Jacinto County) (Capt. James E. Haden), November 15, 1870-March 7, 1871
86th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-740 163. Company A [D] [Brownsville, Cameron County] (Capt. William Kelly), 1871
163. Company B [E] [Brownsville, Cameron County] (Capt. Francisco Yturia), 1871
163. Company C [F] [Brownsville, Cameron County] (Capt. John Valls), 1871
163. Company D [G], 86th Regiment (Capt. L. J. Hynes), 1871
164. Company E [H] [Brownsville, Cameron County] (Capt. R. B. Foster), 1871
164. Company F [J] (Capt. Juan Miguel Longoria), 1871
164. Company G [J] (Capt. George Moore), 1871
165. Company H [K] [Brownsville, Cameron County] (Capt. F. E. Macmanus), 1871
165. Company I [L] [Brownsville, Cameron County] (Capt. S. Powers), 1871
165. Company K [M] (Capt. Louis Renaud), 1871
87th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-740 166. Company A [N] [Brownsville, Cameron County] (Capt. Joseph L. Pulegnot), 1871
166. Company B [O] [Brownsville, Cameron County] (Capt. S. Schwartz), 1871
166. Company C [P] (Capt. Manuel DeLlano), 1871
166. Company D [Q] (Capt. Frank H. Pierce), 1871
167. Company E [R] (Capt. Victoriana Fernandez), 1871
167. Company F [S] (Capt. P. M. Spinelli), 1871
167. Company G [T] (Capt. J. M. Bailey), 1871
167. Company H [U] (Capt. J. W. Bradford), 1871
88th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-740 168. Company A (Johnson Station, Tarrant County) (Capt. L. E. Sherridan), June 1, 1871
168. Company B (Ft. Worth, Tarrant County) (Capt. M. W. McLamire), June 1, 1871
168. Company C (Mansfield, Tarrant County) (Capt. T. B. Hewitt), June 1, 1871
169. Company D (Woods Mill, Tarrant County) (Capt. G. W. McCluskey), June 1, 1871
169. Company E (Grapevine City, Tarrant County) (Capt. G. E. Bushong), June 1, 1871
169. Company F (Birdville, Tarrant County) (Capt. B. F. Walters), June 1, 1871
89th [1st] Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-740 170. Company A, 89th [1st] Regiment (Palestine, Anderson County) (Capt. Jim Langston), July 14, 1871
170. Company B, 89th [1st] Regiment (Tennessee Colony, Anderson County) (Capt. George W. Hudson), 1871
89th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-740 170. Company C (Anderson County) (Capt. J. N. Garner), July 14, 1871
171. Company D (Kickapoo, Anderson County) (Capt. J. B. Payne), July 14, 1871
171. Company E (Fosterville, Anderson County) (Capt. J. W. Cantrell), 1871
171. Company F (Palestine, Anderson County) (Capt. J. M. Woodard), 1871
171. Company G (Tennessee Colony, Anderson County) (Capt. T. R. Edwards), 1871
172. Company H (Mound Prairie, Anderson County) (Capt. R. W. Calhoun), 1871
172. Company I (Palestine, Anderson County) (Capt. W. E. Huddleston), 1871
172. Company K (Bethel Beat, Anderson County) (Capt. J. H. Kimbrough), 1871
90th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 173. Company A (Capt. J. B. Webb), 1871
173. Company B (Tennessee Colony, Anderson County) (Capt. Wallace Watson), July 28, 1871
173. Company C (Palestine, Anderson County) (Capt. John H. Burk), 1871
173. Company D (Palestine, Anderson County) (Capt. Frederick Mills), 1871
91st Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 174. Company A [Upshur County] (Capt. J. H. King), 1870
174. Company B [Upshur County] (Capt. J. L. Dean), 1870
174. Company C [Upshur County] (Capt. G. G. Lansdal), 1870
175. Company D [Upshur County] (Capt. G. M. Stanton), 1870
175. Company D [Upshur County] (Capt. G. M. Stanton), undated [1871]
175. Company E [Upshur County] (Capt. W. V. Pitts), 1870
175. Company F [Upshur County] (Capt. G. T. Croley), 1870
92nd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 176. Company A (Cat Spring, Austin County) (Capt. Charles Langhammer), October 29, 1870
93rd Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 177. Company A (Capt. George W. Pascowl), 1870
177. Company B (Port Caddo Beat, Harrison County) (Capt. Clem McCowen), 1870
177. Company C (Fork of the Tyler Henderson Road) (Capt. William H. Manson), 1870
177. Company D (Crop Road/Grass Roads Station) (Capt. George Washington Weatherby), 1870
178. Company E (Capt. James Grimes), 1870
178. Company F (Capt. Larkin), 1870
178. Company G (Harrison County) (Capt. Walter Ripetoe), December 3, 1870
179. Company H (Port Caddo, Harrison County) (Capt. Austin Gregory), December 7, 1870
179. Company I (Hallsville, Harrison County) (Capt. Richard Horton), December 12, 1870
179. Company K (Capt. Fred[erick] Tillmon), 1870
94th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 180. Company A (Hallsville, Harrison County) (Capt. J. M. Brown), 1870
180. Company B (Marshall, Harrison County) (Capt. Edward P. Gregg), November 16, 1870
180. Company C (Scottsville, Harrison County) (Capt. W. D. Powell), November 25, 1870
181. Company D (Friendship, Harrison County) (Capt. J. A. McClindon), November 8, 1870
181. Company E (Harrison County) (Capt. James Tucker), December 1, 1870
95th [2nd] Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 182. Company A [B] (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. R. Murchison), 1871
182. Company B [C] (Collin County) (Capt. T. B. Thompson), September, 25, 1871
95th [3rd] Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 182. Company C [B] ( Collin County) (Capt. W. M. Weaver), May 1, 1871
182. Company D [C] (Collin County) (1st Lt. W. T. Moore), 1871
183. Company E [D] (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. J. M. Wright), 1871
183. Company F [D] ( McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. John Stacy), May 1, 1871
183. Company G [K] (McKinney, Collin County) (Capt. J. A. Hodges), 1871
96th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 184. Company A (Capt. William Sherdin) (colored), September 29, 1871
184. Company B (Tyler Prairie, Houston County) (Capt. J. A. Hall) (colored), 1871
184. Company C (Capt. William Alsten/Alston), 1871
184. Company D (Capt. Westley Beavers) (colored), 1871
185. Company F (Capt. Berry Smith) (colored), 1871
185. Company F (Capt. George Smith) (colored), 1871
185. Company F (Crockett, Houston County) (Capt. Edward Magruder) (colored), 1871
186. Company H (Augusta, Houston County [ "Boston"]) (Capt. J. L. Sheriden), April 22, 1871
186. Company I (Capt. J. R. B. Barbee), 1871
186. Company K (Crockett, Houston County) (Capt. Thomas W. Craddock), 1871
97th Regiment, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 187. Company A (Crockett, Houston County) (Capt. J. M. Porter), 1871
1st [14th] Regiment, Cavalry, Reserve Militia:
Oversize Folder
401-741 188. Company A ( Boerne, Kendall County) (Capt. William Kuhfuss), September 17, 1870-September 17, 1871
188. Company E (Bandera, Bandera County) (Capt. Arthur Pue), July 5, 1871
Volume
401-1057 Roster of State Guard, Reserve Militia, and Frontier Forces, 1870-1873
Oversize Folder
401-741 190. Index to Roster of State Guard, Reserve Militia, and Frontier Forces, U-Z, undated

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Provisional State Troops military rolls, 1871,
fractional

This series consists of six muster and payrolls, for six companies of Provisional State Troops called out for martial law duty in Limestone County during October and November of 1871. Information on these pre-printed forms includes number, name, rank, date of entry into service, station, remarks, period, pay per month, amount of pay, signature, and witness.
Arrangement
These records are arranged by company.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Provisional State Troops military rolls, Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1933/001
These records were apparently transferred to the Texas State Archives by the Texas Adjutant General's Department on February 21, 1934.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, July 1986
Oversize Folder
401-741 189. Company A, Provisional State Troops (Springfield) (Capt. Samuel J. Williams), October 9-November 18, 1871
189. Detachment (Capt. Samuel J. Williams), October 9-November 13, 1871
189. Company C, 3rd Regiment, Provisional State Troops (Springfield) (1st Lt. Joseph C. Fisher), October 9-November 18, 1871
189. Company of Provisional State Troops (Springfield) (Capt. John D. Woods), October 9-November 8, 1871
189. Company of Provisional State Troops (Groesbeck) (Capt. James Snowball), October 13-20, 1871
189. Detachment of Provisional State Troops (Groesbeck) (Col. A. B. Hall, Colonel, 11th Regiment, Reserve Militia), October 13-20, 1871

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Frontier Forces military rolls, 1870-1873, undated (bulk 1870-1871),
0.97 cubic ft.

This series consists of approximately 94 muster rolls and muster/payrolls, plus three folders of duplicate rolls, for about 19 captains of the Texas Frontier Forces, commanding companies A through P, dating 1870-1872 (mostly 1870-1871). The preprinted forms include the following information: name, rank, date of entry into service, station, and remarks; in addition, the muster/payrolls also include valuation of horses, number of cartridges due the state, by whom and to what time last paid. The men listed in these rolls have been included in the Texas State Archives' search room "Ranger Rolls" card index.
In addition, there are two volumes. One, dating 1870-1873, lists officers of the Frontier Forces (on pages 600-607), giving date of commission, name, rank, age, company to which assigned, date of acceptance, post office address (town and county), and remarks. (It also lists officers of the State Guard and the Reserve Militia.) Arrangement is chronological. The other is an undated index to the Roster of Reserve Militia, State Guard, and Frontier Forces, letters U through Z only.
Arrangement
These records are arranged by company.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Frontier Forces military rolls, Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1933/001
These records were apparently transferred to the Texas State Archives by the Texas Adjutant General's Department on February 21, 1934.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, July 1986
Company A, Frontier Forces/Rangers:
Oversize Folder
401-742 1. Capt. Franklin Jones, August 25, 1870
1. Capt. Franklin Jones (Ft. Mason), August 25-October 31, 1870
Map-case Folder
401-798 1. Capt. Franklin Jones, August 25-October 31, 1870
Oversize Folder
401-742 1. Capt. Franklin Jones (Austin), August 25-November 11, 1870
[2 copies]
1. Capt. C. G. Falcon (Rancho Nuevo, Starr County), January 1-February 28, 1871
Company B, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 2. Capt. A. H. Cox (Austin), September 8, 1870
[2 copies]
2. Capt. A. H. Cox (Ft. Griffin, Shackelford County), September 8-October 31, 1870
2. Capt. A. H. Cox (Camp Davidson, Zapata County), October 31-December 31, 1870
2. Capt. A. H. Cox, December 31, 1870-February 28, 1871
2. Capt. A. H. Cox, February 28-April 30, 1871
2. Capt. A. H. Cox, April 30-May 31, 1871
Company C, Texas Rangers/Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 3. Capt. John W. Sansom (Austin), August 25, 1870
3. Capt. John W. Sansom (Camp Verde, Kerr County), August 25-October 31, 1870
[2 copies]
3. Capt. John W. Sansom, November 1-December 31, 1870
[3 copies]
3. Capt. John W. Sansom, January 1-February 28, 1871
[2 copies]
3. Capt. John W. Sansom (Ft. Griffin), March 1-April 30, 1871
[2 copies]
3. Capt. John W. Sansom, May 1-31, 1871
[2 copies]
Company D, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 4. Capt. John R. Kelso (Camp Wood, Kinney County), September 10-October 31, 1870
4. Capt. John R. Kelso (Camp Wood, Kinney County), September 10, 1870-February 2, 1871
4. Capt. John R. Kelso (Camp Wood, Kinney County), September 10, 1870-September 10, 1871
4. Capt. Gregorio Garcia (San Elizario, El Paso County), March 1-April 30, 1871
4. Capt. Gregorio Garcia (San Elizario, El Paso County), May 1-June 15, 1871
Company E, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 5. Capt. H. J. Richarz [Reicharz] (Ft. Inge, Uvalde County), September 9, 1870
5. Capt. H. J. Richarz [Reicharz], September 9-October 31, 1870
5. Capt. H. J. Richarz [Reicharz], November 1-December 31, 1870
5. Capt. H. J. Richarz [Reicharz], January 1-February 28, 1871
5. Capt. H. J. Richarz [Reicharz], March 1-April 30, 1871
5. Capt. H. J. Richarz [Reicharz], May 1-June 15, 1871
5. Capt. H. J. Richarz [Reicharz], September 20, 1871-April 24, 1872
(payroll)
Company F, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 6. Capt. D. P. Baker (Decatur, Wise County), November 5-30, 1870
6. Capt. D. P. Baker, November 5, 1870-November 5, 1871
6. Capt. D. P. Baker, November 5, 1870-June 15, 1871
[2 copies]
Company G, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 7. Capt. C. G. Falcon (San Antonio), October 8, 1870
7. Capt. C. G. Falcon (El Olmito, Starr County), October 8-December 31, 1870
7. Capt. H. R. von Biberstein (Camp on Spring Creek, Gillespie County), October 10-1870-May 31, 1871
7. Capt. H. R. von Biberstein (Camp on Spring Creek, Gillespie County), January 1-February 28, 1871
7. Capt. H. R. von Biberstein (Camp on Spring Creek, Gillespie County), March 1-April 30, 1871
[2 copies]
Company H, Frontier Forces:
Map-case Folder
401-798 1. Capt. Bland Chamberlain (San Antonio), November 15, 1870
[2 copies]
1. Capt. Bland Chamberlain (Santa Gertrudis), November 15-30, 1870
[3 copies]
Oversize Folder
401-742 8. (Post Davidson, Zapata County) November 15-December 31, 1870
[3 copies]
8. January 1-February 28, 1871
[2 copies]
9. Capt. Peter Kleid (Camp Rio Frio), March 1-April 30, 1871
[3 copies]
9. Capt. Peter Kleid (Camp Rio Frio), May 1-31, 1871
[3 copies]
Map-case Folder
401-798 1. Capt. Peter Kleid (Austin), May 1-31, 1871
1. Capt. Peter Kleid, May 31, 1871
(muster out)
Company I, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 10. Capt. James M. Hunter, September 12, 1870
10. Capt. James M. Hunter (Ft. Griffin), September 12-October 31, 1870
10. Capt. James M. Hunter (Ft. Mason), September 12-October 31, 1870
10. Capt. James M. Hunter, November 1-December 31, 1870
[2 copies]
10. Lt. W. W. Jones (Austin), September 12, 1870-January 24, 1871
Company K, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 11. Capt. Jacob M. Harrell, September 16, 1870
11. Capt. Jacob M. Harrell (Austin), September 16, 1870-February 20, 1871
11. Capt. Jacob M. Harrell (Camp Russell, Lampasas County), September 16-October 31, 1870
11. Capt. Jacob M. Harrell, November 1-December 31, 1870
[2 copies]
11. Capt. Jacob M. Harrell, February 25, 1871
[2 copies]
(payroll)
Company L, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 12. Capt. H. R. von Biberstein (San Antonio), October 10, 1870
12. Capt. H. R. von Biberstein (Camp Degener), October 10-December 31, 1870
Company N, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 12. Capt. Gregorio Garcia (San Elizario), August 21, 1870
12. Capt. Gregorio Garcia (Camp near Ft. Quitman), September 1-October 31, 1870
12. Capt. Gregorio Garcia (San Elizario), November 1-December 31, 1870
12. Capt. Gregorio Garcia (Dog Canon, New Mexico), January 1-February 28, 1871
12. Capt. Gregorio Garcia (San Elizario), March 1-April 30, 1871
Company O, Frontier Forces:
Oversize Folder
401-742 13. Capt. Peter Kleid (San Antonio), August 29, 1870
13. Capt. Peter Kleid (Camp Elm Creek near Old Ft. Terrett), August 29-October 31, 1870
13. Capt. Peter Kleid, November 1-December 31, 1870
13. Capt. Peter Kleid, January 1-February 28, 1871
Company P, Frontier Forces/Rangers:
Oversize Folder
401-742 14. Capt. James M. Swisher (Austin), September 6, 1870
14. Capt. James M. Swisher (Camp Colorado), September 6-October 31, 1870
[2 copies]
14. Capt. James M. Swisher (Camp Colorado), September 6, 1870-February 6, 1871
[2 copies]
15. Duplicate rolls:
15. Companies A-G
16. Companies I-L
17. Companies N-P
Volume
401-1057 Roster of State Guard, Reserve Militia, and Frontier Forces, 1870-1873
Oversize Folder
401-741 190. Index to Roster of State Guard, Reserve Militia, and Frontier Forces, U-Z, undated

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Minute Men military rolls, 1872-1877 (bulk 1872-1874),
3.36 cubic ft.

This series consists of approximately 401 muster/payrolls, for about 39 lieutenants of Texas Minute Men companies, dating 1872-1877 (bulk 1872-1874). Some of the rolls appear to be in duplicate. The counties represented include: Bandera, Blanco, Brown, Burnet, Callahan, Coleman, Comanche, Cook, Edwards, Erath, Gillespie, Jack, Kendall, Kerr, Lampasas, Llano, Mason, Maverick, Medina, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker, San Saba, and Wise. Information given includes: name, rank, dates from and to, pay per day, total pay, last paid to include (date), signatures (many of which are not the originals), and remarks. Individuals have been included in the Texas State Archives' search room "Ranger Rolls" card index.
In addition, there is one volume entitled Roster of Minute Companies, organized by Company (A through Z), which gives the following information: county, number, name, and remarks (mostly blank). Most of the companies are listed as "organized January 4, 1872."
A cross reference by county follows.

COUNTY: COMPANY:
Bandera County Company K
Blanco County Company A
Brown County Company G
Burnet County Company O
Callahan County Company #4
Coleman County Company L
Comanche County Company D
Cook County Company I
Edwards County Company #1
Erath County Company Z
Gillespie County Company F
Jack County Company S
Kendall County Company C
Kerr County Company E
Lampasas County Company M
Llano County Company Q
Mason County Company R
Maverick County Company X
Medina County Company V
Montague County Company U
Palo Pinto County Company T
Parker County Company P
San Saba County Company N
Wise County Company B
Arrangement
These records are arranged by company (Companies A through Z, plus #1 and #4).
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Minute Men (1872-1877) military rolls, Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1988/130 and unknown others
In 1920, approximately 800 muster rolls and payrolls, dating 1860-1886, were transferred by the Texas Adjutant General's office to the Texas State Archives. Twenty-eight rolls, all of Lt. Henry Schwethelm's company from Kerr County, dated November 1874 through 1877 (the only rolls dating after mid-1874), were donated to the Texas State Archives on October 22, 1920 by Mr. August Fischer, a former member of that company. All bear the stamp "U. S. Pension Office, October 26, 1920." A second accession document lists the Texas Adjutant General's Office as transferring these same rolls back to the Archives on March 8, 1921.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, July 1986
Company A (Blanco County):
Oversize Folder
401-743 2. Lt. James Ingram, January 21-31, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, February 19-29, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, March 19-29, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, April 19-21, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, May 18-22, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, June 18-24, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, July 15-21, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, August 15-21, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, September 9-19, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, October 9-17, 1872
2. Lt. James Ingram, November 9-17, 1872
3. Lt. S. B. Gray, April 1-May 1, 1873
[2 copies]
3. Lt. S. B. Gray, May 1-June 1, 1873
[2 copies]
3. Lt. S. B. Gray, June 1-July 1, 1873
[2 copies]
3. Lt. S. B. Gray, July 1-August 1, 1873
[2 copies]
3. Lt. S. B. Gray, August 1-September 1, 1873
[2 copies]
3. Lt. S. B. Gray, September 1-October 1, 1873
[2 copies]
Company B (Wise County):
Oversize Folder
401-743 4. Lt. R. T. Rieger, March 2, 1872
[2 copies]
4. Lt. R. T. Rieger, March 19-27, 1872
4. Lt. R. T. Rieger, April 1-May 1, 1872
4. Lt. R. T. Rieger, June 2-July 2, 1872
4. Lt. R. T. Rieger, July 2-August 2, 1872
4. Lt. R. T. Rieger, August 2-September 2, 1872
4. Lt. George W. Stevens, October 2-November 2, 1872
4. Lt. George W. Stevens, December 2, 1872-January 2, 1873
4. Lt. George W. Stevens, September 1-30, 1873
[2 copies]
4. Lt. George W. Stevens, October 1-31, 1873
[2 copies]
Company C (Kendall County):
Oversize Folder
401-743 5. Lt. C. A. Patton, April 4-May 4, 1872
5. Lt. C. A. Patton, May 4-June 4, 1872
5. Lt. C. A. Patton, June 4-July 4, 1872
5. Lt. C. A. Patton, July 4-August 4, 1872
5. Lt. C. A. Patton, August 4-31, 1872
5. Lt. C. A. Patton, September 4-October 4, 1872
5. Lt. C. A. Patton, October 4-November 4, 1872
5. Lt. C. A. Patton, December 4, 1872-January 4, 1873
5. Lt. C. A. Patton, January 31-February 4, 1873
6. Lt. James C. Nowlin, March 8-April 1, 1873
6. Lt. James C. Nowlin, April 1-May 1, 1873
6. Lt. James C. Nowlin, May 1-June 1, 1873
6. Lt. James C. Nowlin, June 1-July 1, 1873
6. Lt. James C. Nowlin, January 1-February 1, 1874
6. Lt. James C. Nowlin, February 1-March 1, 1874
Company D (Comanche County):
Oversize Folder
401-743 7. Lt. J. A. Wright, May 25-June 25, 1872
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, June 25-July 25, 1872
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, July 25-August 25, 1872
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, September 1-25, 1872
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, September 25-October 25, 1872
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, November 1-December 1, 1872
[3 copies]
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, December 1-27, 1872
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, January 1-23, 1873
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, February 1-March 1, 1873
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, March 1-April 1, 1873
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, April 1-May 1, 1873
7. Lt. J. A. Wright, May 1-June 1, 1873
8. Lt. W. C. Watkins, September 19-29, 1873
[2 copies]
8. Lt. W. C. Watkins, October 5-10, 1873
[2 copies]
8. Lt. W. C. Watkins, November 16-26, 1873
[2 copies]
8. Lt. W. C. Watkins, December 1-5, 1873
[2 copies]
8. Lt. W. C. Watkins, January 5-10, 1874
[2 copies]
8. Lt. W. C. Watkins, April 1-30, 1874
[2 copies]
Company E (Kerr County):
Oversize Folder
401-744 9. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, April 7-18, 1872
9. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, May 20-31, 1872
9. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, June 20-30, 1872
9. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, July 15-25, 1872
9. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, August 15-25, 1872
9. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, September 15-25, 1872
9. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, October 15-25, 1872
9. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, November 17-27, 1872
9. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, December 10-20, 1872
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, January 15-25, 1873
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, February 15-25, 1873
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, March 5-15, 1873
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, April 10-20, 1873
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, May 17-27, 1873
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, June 15-25, 1873
[2 copies]
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, July 15-25, 1873
[2 copies]
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, August 10-20, 1873
[2 copies]
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, September 3-13, 1873
[2 copies]
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, October 15-25, 1873
[2 copies]
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, November 16-26, 1873
[2 copies]
10. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, December 2-12, 1873
[2 copies]
11. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, January 15-25, 1874
[2 copies]
11. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, February 2-12, 1874
[2 copies]
11. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, March 18-28, 1874
[2 copies]
11. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, April 1-10, 1874
Company of Volunteer Minute Men (Kerr County):
Oversize Folder
401-744 12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, November 15-25, 1874
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, December 10-20, 1874
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, January 15-25, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, February 10-20, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, March 15-25, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, April 15-25, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, May 20-30, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, June 13-23, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, July 15-25, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, August 13-23, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, September 15-25, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, October 10-20, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, November 15-25, 1875
12. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, December 18-28, 1875
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, January 30, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, February 15-25, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, March 10-20, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, April 15-25, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, May 30, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, June 30, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, July 28, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, August 29, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, September 30, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, October 30, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, November 30, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, December 30, 1876
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, January 30, 1877
13. Lt. Henry Schwethelm, February 28, 1877
Company F (Gillespie County):
Oversize Folder
401-744 14. Lt. J. C. Lacey, April 24-28, 1872
14. Lt. J. C. Lacey, May 6-16, 1872
14. Lt. J. C. Lacey, June 20-30, 1872
14. Lt. J. C. Lacey, August 15-25, 1872
14. Lt. J. C. Lacey, September 15-25, 1872
14. Lt. J. C. Lacey, October 15-25, 1872
14. Lt. J. C. Lacey, November 15-25, 1872
15. Lt. William E. Hudson, December 12-30, 1872
15. Lt. William E. Hudson, January 15-24, 1873
15. Lt. William E. Hudson, February 10-19, 1873
15. Lt. William E. Hudson, March 5-14, 1873
15. Lt. William E. Hudson, April 6-12, 1873
15. Lt. B. F. Casey, January 2-27, 1874
[2 copies]
15. Lt. B. F. Casey, February 16-26, 1874
[2 copies]
15. Lt. B. F. Casey, March 2-12, 1874
[2 copies]
15. Lt. B. F. Casey, April 14-23, 1874
[2 copies]
Company G (Brown County):
Oversize Folder
401-744 16. Lt. George H. Adams, June 10-19, 1872
16. Lt. George H. Adams, July 15-24, 1872
16. Lt. George H. Adams, August 17-21, 1872
16. Lt. George H. Adams, November 14-20, 1872
16. Lt. George H. Adams, December 3-11, 1872
16. Lt. George H. Adams, March 10-19, 1873
16. Lt. George H. Adams, April 8-17, 1873
16. Lt. George H. Adams, September 29-October 8, 1873
16. Lt. George H. Adams, November 20-29, 1873
16. Lt. George H. Adams, February 15-25, 1874
[2 copies]
16. Lt. George H. Adams, March 20-29, 1874
[2 copies]
16. Sgt. J. J. Carter, November 20-29, 1873
Company I (Cook County):
Oversize Folder
401-744 17. Lt. J. M. Waide, June 26-27, 1872
17. Lt. J. M. Waide, July 24-August 24, 1872
17. Lt. J. M. Waide, September 14-19, 1872
17. Lt. J. M. Waide, November 18-19, 1872
17. Lt. J. M. Waide, July 4-6, 1873
Company K (Bandera County):
Oversize Folder
401-744 18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, August 13-23, 1872
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, September 14-20, 1872
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, October 6-16, 1872
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, November 1-10, 1872
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, December 13-22, 1872
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, January 9-19, 1873
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, February 11-21, 1873
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, March 10-20, 1873
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, April 13-23, 1873
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, May 9-19, 1873
18. Lt. Robert Ballantyne, June 10-20, 1873
Company L (Coleman County):
Oversize Folder
401-745 19. Lt. John M. Elkins, December 20-30, 1872
[2 copies]
19. Lt. John M. Elkins, January 10-20, 1873
[2 copies]
19. Lt. John M. Elkins, April 5-15, 1873
[2 copies]
19. Lt. John M. Elkins, June 10-20, 1873
[2 copies]
19. Lt. John M. Elkins, September 22-26, 1873
[2 copies]
19. Lt. John M. Elkins, October 15-24, 1873
[2 copies]
19. Lt. John M. Elkins, November 10-19, 1873
[2 copies]
19. Lt. John M. Elkins, January 25-February 1, 1874
[2 copies]
Company M (Lampasas County):
Oversize Folder
401-745 20. Lt. George E. Haynie, September 11-17, 1872
20. Lt. George E. Haynie, November 9-19, 1872
20. Lt. A. P. Lee, March 9-21, 1873
20. Lt. A. P. Lee, April 30, 1873
20. Lt. A. P. Lee, May 31, 1873
20. Lt. A. P. Lee, June 3-12, 1873
20. Lt. A. P. Lee, August 6-12, 1873
21. Lt. E. W. Greenwood, September 13-19, 1873
[2 copies]
21. Lt. E. W. Greenwood, October 12-18, 1873
[2 copies]
21. Lt. E. W. Greenwood, December 3-12, 1873
[2 copies]
21. Lt. E. W. Greenwood, January 1-10, 1874
[2 copies]
21. Lt. E. W. Greenwood, February 23-28, 1874
[2 copies]
21. Lt. E. W. Greenwood, March 1-10, 1874
[2 copies]
Company N (San Saba County):
Oversize Folder
401-745 22. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, September 13-23, 1872
22. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, October 12-20, 1872
22. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, November 4-12, 1872
22. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, January 8-29, 1873
22. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, February 3-13, 1873
22. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, March 3-13, 1873
22. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, April 5-16, 1873
22. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, May 1-11, 1873
22. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, June 1-11, 1873
23. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, July 1-10, 1873
23. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, August 2-13, 1873
23. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, September 19-27, 1873
23. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, October 18-28, 1873
23. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, November 1-11, 1873
23. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, December 1-11, 1873
[2 copies]
23. Lt. William H. Ledbetter, March 27-April 5, 1874
[2 copies]
Company O (Burnet County):
Oversize Folder
401-745 24. Lt. John Alexander, September 11-21, 1872
24. Lt. John Alexander, October 11-21, 1872
24. Lt. John Alexander, November 11-16, 1872
24. Lt. John Alexander, December 10-16, 1872
24. Lt. John Alexander, January 10-16, 1873
25. Lt. W. H. Sims, March 9-15, 1873
25. Lt. W. H. Sims, April 8-17, 1873
25. Lt. W. H. Sims, May 8-17, 1873
25. Lt. W. H. Sims, July 5-10, 1873
25. Lt. W. H. Sims, August 3-13, 1873
Company P (Parker County):
Oversize Folder
401-745 26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, September 12-22, 1872
26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, October 11-18, 1872
26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, November 11-21, 1872
26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, January 20-30, 1873
26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, February 12-22, 1873
26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, March 11-22, 1873
26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, April 10-20, 1873
26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, May 8-18, 1873
26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, July 20-30, 1873
26. Lt. J. C. Gilliland, August 8-18, 1873
Company Q (Llano County):
Oversize Folder
401-745 27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, September 8-15, 1872
27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, October 10-19, 1872
27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, November 9-17, 1872
27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, December 10-18, 1872
27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, January 7-16, 1873
27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, February 4-12, 1873
27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, March 5-13, 1873
27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, May 4-13, 1873
27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, June 5-13, 1873
27. Lt. F. C. Stewart, August 1-9, 1873
28. Lt. John M. Smith, September 29-October 9, 1873
[2 copies]
28. Lt. John M. Smith, October 30-November 8, 1873
[2 copies]
28. Lt. John M. Smith, November 26-December 5, 1873
[2 copies]
28. Lt. John M. Smith, January 25-26, 1874
[2 copies]
28. Lt. John M. Smith, March 20-29, 1874
Company R (Mason County):
Oversize Folder
401-746 29. Lt. Daniel Herster, October 5-15, 1872
29. Lt. Daniel Herster, November 5-15, 1872
29. Lt. Daniel Herster, April 20-26, 1873
29. Lt. Daniel Herster, May 15-23, 1873
29. Lt. Daniel Herster, July 5-15, 1873
29. Lt. Daniel Herster, August 1-11, 1873
29. Lt. C. C. Smith, December 9-20, 1873
[2 copies]
29. Lt. C. C. Smith, January 10-21, 1874
[2 copies]
29. Lt. C. C. Smith, February 19-24, 1874
[2 copies]
29. Lt. C. C. Smith, May 26, 1874
(payroll)
Company S (Jack County):
Oversize Folder
401-746 30. Lt. N. Atkisson, October 8-12, 1872
Company T (Palo Pinto County):
Oversize Folder
401-746 30. Lt. D. H. McClure, September 5-15, 1872
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, October 10-20, 1872
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, November 1-10, 1872
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, December 10-20, 1872
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, January 10-20, 1873
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, February 1-10, 1873
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, March 8-18, 1873
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, April 15-25, 1873
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, May 1-10, 1873
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, June 18-28, 1873
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, July 20-30, 1873
30. Lt. D. H. McClure, August 2-12, 1873
Company U (Montague County):
Oversize Folder
401-746 31. Lt. John J. Willingham, April 20-May 20, 1872
31. Lt. John J. Willingham, May 20-June 20, 1872
31. Lt. John J. Willingham, June 20-July 20, 1872
31. Lt. John J. Willingham, July 20-August 20, 1872
31. Lt. John J. Willingham, August 20-September 20, 1872
31. Lt. John J. Willingham, September 6-17, 1872
31. Lt. John J. Willingham, October 2-13, 1872
31. Lt. John J. Willingham, November 8-18, 1872
31. Lt. John J. Willingham, December 4-13, 1872
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, January 10-21, 1873
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, February 3-14, 1873
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, March 9-20, 1873
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, June 6-17, 1873
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, July 1-11, 1873
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, August 5-14, 1873
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, September 9-21, 1873
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, October 2-12, 1873
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, November 3-14, 1873
32. Lt. John J. Willingham, December 11-21, 1873
Company V (Medina County):
Oversize Folder
401-746 33. Lt. George Haby, September 1-30, 1872
33. Lt. George Haby, October 1-31, 1872
33. Lt. George Haby, November 1-30, 1872
33. Lt. George Haby, December 1-31, 1872
33. Lt. George Haby, January 1-31, 1873
33. Lt. George Haby, January 31-February 28, 1873
33. Lt. George Haby, March 11-21, 1873
33. Lt. George Haby, April 10-20, 1873
33. Lt. George Haby, April 30, 1873
33. Lt. George Haby, May 12-22, 1873
33. Lt. George Haby, May 30, 1873
33. Lt. George Haby, June 7-17, 1873
33. Lt. George Haby, July 8-18, 1873
33. Lt. George Haby, August 5-15, 1873
Company X (Maverick County):
Oversize Folder
401-746 34. Lt. Manuel Bau, October 8-31, 1872
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, November 1-30, 1872
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, December 1-31, 1872
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, January 19-30, 1873
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, February 18-19, 1873
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, March 1-31, 1873
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, May 8-24, 1873
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, June 30, 1873
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, July 19-20, 1873
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, August 8, 1873
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, September 8, 1873
34. Lt. Manuel Bau, October 3-8, 1873
Company Z (Erath County):
Oversize Folder
401-746 35. Lt. C. M. Oneal, December 18, 1872-January 1, 1873
35. Lt. C. M. Oneal, January 1-February 1, 1873
35. Lt. C. M. Oneal, March 10-30, 1873
35. Lt. C. M. Oneal, April 1-25, 1873
35. Lt. C. M. Oneal, May 5-25, 1873
35. Lt. C. M. Oneal, August 1-25, 1873
35. Lt. C. M. Oneal, September 1-30, 1873
36. 1st Sgt. S. P. Keith, October 5-25, 1873
36. 1st Sgt. S. P. Keith, November 6-20, 1873
36. Lt. N. Keith, January 18-28, 1874
[2 copies]
36. Lt. N. Keith, February 9-19, 1874
[2 copies]
36. Lt. N. Keith, March 1-10, 1874
[2 copies]
36. Lt. N. Keith, April 1-10, 1874
[2 copies]
Company #1 (Edwards County):
Oversize Folder
401-746 37. Lt. William P. Calloway, May 20-31, 1873
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, June 1-30, 1873
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, July 1-14, 1873
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, August 9-21, 1873
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, September 14-25, 1873
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, October 12-24, 1873
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, November 19-29, 1873
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, December 13-23, 1873
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, January 10-30, 1874
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, February 7-18, 1874
[2 copies]
37. Lt. William P. Calloway, March 1-11, 1874
[2 copies]
Company #4 (Callahan County):
Oversize Folder
401-746 38. Lt. John W. Jones, October 6, 1873
(muster roll)
38. Lt. John W. Jones, October 30-November 8, 1873
[2 copies]
38. Lt. John W. Jones, December 4-14, 1873
[2 copies]
38. Lt. John W. Jones, January 20-29, 1874
[3copies]
38. Lt. John W. Jones, March 24-30, 1874
[2 copies]
Volume
401-1063 Roster of Minute Men, 1872

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Texas Ranger military rolls, 1873-1874,
0.69 cubic ft.

This series consists of 16 muster/payrolls, for 8 captains of Texas Ranger companies, plus 19 muster/payrolls for 3 lieutenants (for units which were formed after the creation of the Frontier Battalion). They date 1873-1874. Often referred to as Frontier Men, these companies represented the following counties: Brown/San Saba, El Paso, Erath/Comanche, Jack, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker, Webb, Wise, and Young, plus the region between the Nueces River and the Rio Grande. Some of the forms are pre-printed. They include name, rank, dates from and to, total pay, signatures, and remarks. Except for the three companies formed after May 1874 (commanded by Benavides, Montes, and Wallace), these individuals have been included in the Texas State Archives' search room "Ranger Rolls" card index.
Arrangement
These records are arranged alphabetically by company commander.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas Ranger (1873-1874) military rolls, Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: unknown
In 1920, approximately 800 muster rolls and payrolls, dating 1860-1886, were transferred by the Texas Adjutant General's office to the Texas State Archives.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, July 1986
Benavides, Lt. Refugio (Frontier Men, Webb County):
(formed after the creation of the Frontier Battalion)
Map-case Folder
401-798 2. June 13, 1874
2. June 13-July 12, 1874
2. July 13-August 12, 1874
2. August 13-September 12, 1874
2. September 13-October 12, 1874
2. October 13, 1874
2. October 13-November 13, 1874
2. November 14-December 13, 1874
Campbell, Capt. G. W. (Rangers/Frontier Men, Montague County):
Map-case Folder
401-798 3. December 13, 1873-February 13, 1874
[2 copies]
Connell, Capt. J. G. (Company C of Brown and San Saba Rangers):
Map-case Folder
401-798 3. January 6-March 6, 1874
3. January 6-March 26, 1874
Eastin, Capt. S. W. (Jack County Rangers/Frontier Troops):
Map-case Folder
401-798 4. December 3, 1873-April 3, 1874
[2 copies]
Green, Capt. M. R. (Rangers/Frontier Men, [Erath and] Comanche County):
Map-case Folder
401-798 3. January 17-February 17, 1874
[2 copies]
Hunter, Capt. W. L. (Rangers, Parker County):
Map-case Folder
401-798 5. December 24, 1873-March 29, 1874
5. December 24, 1873-March 24, 1874
McAdams, Capt. W. C. ( Rangers, Palo Pinto County):
Map-case Folder
401-798 5. December 13, 1873-April 13, 1874
[2 copies]
Montes, Lt. Telesforo (Frontier Men, El Paso County):
(formed after the creation of the Frontier Battalion)
Map-case Folder
401-798 6. May 27, 1874
6. May 27-June 26, 1874
6. June 27-July 26, 1874
6. August 27-September 26, 1874
6. September 26-October 27, 1874
6. October 26-November 27, 1874
Stevens, Capt. George W. (Rangers/Minute Men, Wise County):
Map-case Folder
401-798 7. November 26, 1873-March 26, 1874
[2 copies]
Tackitt, Capt. A. C. (Rangers, Young County):
Map-case Folder
401-798 7. January 6-February 14, 1874
[2 copies]
Wallace, Capt. Warren (Frontier Men, Nueces and Rio Grande Country/Company):
(formed after the creation of the Frontier Battalion)
Map-case Folder
401-798 8. June 29-July 28, 1874
8. June 29-July 31, 1874
[2 copies]
8. July 29-August 28, 1874
8. August 30-September 29, 1874

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Militia military rolls, 1874-1877,
0.14 cubic ft.

This series consists of 24 rolls, for 5 captains of Texas militia units dating 1874-1877. Many rolls are apparently in duplicate. Most are for Captain McNelly's company from Washington County. In addition, there are two detachments used as escorts to a trial in Indianola County (September, 1874); plus two companies on duty quelling disturbances occasioned by removal of the county seat of Van Zandt County (1877). Including muster-in rolls, muster-out rolls, payrolls, and muster/payrolls, these rolls give name, rank, dates from and to, signatures, remarks, pay, plus various amounts alloted for travel and equipment. Except for Colonel Bower's contingent, these militia men have been included in the Texas State Archives' search room "Ranger Rolls" card index.
These rolls are included in this subgroup despite the fact that they date after the time that Reconstruction was considered complete in Texas.
Arrangement
These records are arranged by company, roughly chronologically.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Militia (1874-1877) military rolls, Reconstruction military rolls, Military rolls, Texas Adjutant General's Department. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: unknown
In 1920, approximately 800 muster rolls and payrolls, dating 1860-1886, were transferred by the Texas Adjutant General's office to the Texas State Archives.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Tony Black, July 1986
[Company A], Volunteer Militia, Washington County (Capt. L. H. McNelly):
Map-case Folder
401-801 13. July 25, 1874
(muster-in roll)
13. July 25, 1874-February 24, 1875
(payroll)
13. July 25, 1874-March 31, 1875
(payroll)
13. July 25, 1874-March 31, 1875
(muster-out roll)
13. May 2, 1875
(muster-in roll)
13. April 1-August 31, 1875
[3 copies]
14. July 31, 1875
14. September 1-November 30, 1875
14. December 1, 1875-February 29, 1876
14. March 1-May 31, 1876
Oversize Folder
401-746 42. April 1-August 31, 1875
42. December 1, 1875-February 29, 1876
[2 copies]
42. March 1-May 31, 1876
Uniformed Volunteer Company, Washington Guards (Lt. John M. Forshey):
(on detail duty as escort to Bill Taylor to attend trial at Indianola)
Map-case Folder
401-801 14. September 21-27, 1874
[2 copies]
Oversize Folder
401-746 42. September 21-27, 1874
Lone Star Rifles, Militia, Galveston County (Capt. Nicholas Weeks):
(on Indianola Expedition)
Map-case Folder
401-801 14. September 21-27, 1874
[2 copies]
Oversize Folder
401-746 42. September 21-27, 1874
Lamar Rifles and Stone Greys (Dallas) (Col. E. G. Bower):
(on duty quelling disturbances occasioned by removal of county seat from Canton to Wills Point, Van Zandt County)
Oversize Folder
401-746 42. September 18-19, 1877
Company (La Grange) (Capt. George A. Hall):
Oversize Folder
401-746 42. November 3, 1877
(muster-in roll)

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