Ancestors of The Family History Files of Dalton Ray Phillips

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Col. James Clinton Neill and Margaret Harriet Ferguson




Husband Col. James Clinton Neill

            AKA: James Clinton Nail
           Born: 1790 - NC
           Died: 1845 - Navarro Co., TX
         Buried: 


         Father: John Neill
         Mother: Margery Ferguson


       Marriage: Abt 1807 - TN (probable)



Wife Margaret Harriet Ferguson

           Born: Abt 1790
           Died: Abt 15 Feb 1836 - TX
         Buried: 1836 - Seguin TX


Children
1 M George Jefferson Neill

           Born: Abt 1808 - TN
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Samuel Clinton Neill

            AKA: Samuel Nail
           Born: Abt 1815 - TN
           Died: Abt 1856 - TX
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Nancy B. Fitzgerald
           Marr: 13 Jun 1841 - Washington Co., TX
         Spouse: Lourahama (Ruy) *UNKNOWN
           Marr: Abt 1845 - TX



3 F Mary Harriett Neill

           Born: Abt 1820 - TN
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Col. James Clinton Neill

Samuel Clinton Neill, the son of Colonel James Clinton and Margaret
Harriet
> Neill, was born circa 1815 in middle Tennessee and went to Texas in 1831
> with his parents, a brother George Jefferson and a sister Mary Harriet.
> Colonel J.C. Neill first had a command in the War of 1812 in Tennessee
> [wounded in Battle of Horseshoebend]. John Holland Jenkins stated that in
> 1835 John Sowell made a cannon ball for the little Gonzales cannon and
> Colonel James C. Neill fired a trial shot October 2 at Gonzales [it is
said
> that Neill essentially fired the "first shot of the Texas Revolution, the
> shot heard round the world"]. He was in command of the Alamo until he
turned
> the command over to Travis while he attended to some business; later he
> joined the Texas army at Gonzales where Houston put him in charge of the
> artillery. Colonel Neill was in command of the artillery at San Jacinto
but
> was wounded and left on the battlefield until he could be moved and
Colonel
> Hockley took over his command. Colonel James C. Neill and John A. Neill,
one
> of DeWitt's colonizers, were first cousins. Samuel Clinton married Nancy
B.
> Fitzgerald June 13, 1841 in Washington County, Texas where his father
> received a land grant. Nancy perhaps died at the birth of a daughter
Maranda
> or soon after. Maranda probably married Bennett Tomerlin, lived near
Luling,
> Texas for many years and later moved to Frio County. In 1847 Sam married
> Lourahama Berry Neal, daughter of Francis and Sarah Berry, early settlers
of
> DeWitt's colony. Lourahama was the widow of Anson P. Neal whom she had
> married in Gonzales July 17, 1838. The 1850 census of Gonzales County
listed
> Sam and Lourahama as living at Peach Creek with daughters Sarah age five,
> Jane age two and Jemima age one. It was believed that Sam C. Neill died
> circa 1856 as Lourahama and their two sons were living in Caldwell County
in
> 1860. The sons, Francis T. and Milton, were both shown on the census as
> soldiers. Francis T. died in the service of natural causes after May,
1862.
> His wife Sarah E. Neal probably married James S. Callihan in 1866. Sam and
> Lourahama had one other child, Mary, born in Gonzales County circa 1855.
> They may also have had a daughter, Mary A., who married Robert C. Stuart
> October 2, 1851. Lourahama and two daughters were still living in Caldwell
> County in 1870 but it was believed she moved to Gillespie County by 1880
and
> probably died soon after. C. L. Neill (From The History of Gonzales
County,
> Texas. Reprinted by permission of the Gonzales County Historical
> Commission).
>
> The 1850 census of GonzalesCo lists living in the Sandies Creek Districts:
> Neill, Samuel, 35, m, $5,000, Tenn; Neill, Ruy, 34, f, Tenn; Neill, Sarah,
> 5, f, Texas; Neill, Jane, 2, f, Texas; Neill, Jemima, 1, f, Texas.
>
> A Francis Neal was living with Francis and Sarah Berry in the 1850 census
of
> CaldwellCo: BERRY: Francis 88 m VA; Sarah 60 f SC; James 30 m MO; Sarah
Ann
> D. 7 f TX; NEAL: Francis 11 m TX
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NEILL, JAMES CLINTON (1790-1845). J. C. Neill, soldier and diplomat, was born in North Carolina in 1790. He was a participant of the Creek War and was wounded at the battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814. In 1831 he moved his wife and three children from Alabama to Texas and settled in what is now Milam County. Neill represented the District of Viesca in the Convention of 1833. He had apparently acquired some knowledge of cannons, for in September 1835, when conflict with Antonio López de Santa Anna's Centralist troops seemed inevitable, Neill entered the Texas militia as a captain of artillery. When fighting began, Neill was at the center of the action. On October 2, 1835, he was a participant of the skirmish at Gonzales. John Holland Jenkins recorded that Neill actually "fired the first gun for Texas at the beginning of the revolution"-the famous Gonzales "Come and Take It" cannon. The rebellious Texans valued Neill's skill with ordnance, and one described him as "the first in our camp whose experience was sufficient to mount and point a cannon at the enemies of Texas." From December 5 to 10 Neill, in command of a single gun and a small contingent, provided a successful diversion to cover the assault on San Antonio de Béxar. On December 8 he commanded the battery that repulsed a Mexican attack on the Texan base camp. Had Neill's defense failed, the insurgents inside the town-cut off from their logistical support-would have been forced to abandon their assault. After the battle Gen. Edward Burleson praised Neill for performing his duties to his "entire satisfaction."

The fall of Bexar brought recognition for Neill and a windfall of enemy artillery. On December 7 the General Council commissioned Neill lieutenant colonel of artillery in the regular army, in charge of more than thirty captured field pieces. In late December 1835 Francis W. Johnson and James Grant stripped the Bexar garrison of provisions to supply the quixotic Matamoros expedition of 1835-36, leaving Neill to hold the town with fewer than 100 men. Neill wrote bitter letters to the council condemning these "arbitrary measures." While constantly calling for reinforcements and supplies, he buttressed the defenses of the mission fort of the Alamo. On January 17 James Bowie arrived with orders to remove the artillery and blow up the fort, but instead became committed to its defense. Bowie, impressed with Neill's leadership, wrote, "No other man in the army could have kept men at this post, under the neglect they have experienced." In mid-February, Neill left the Alamo to care for his family, all of whom had been stricken with a serious illness. He left William B. Travis in temporary command, assuring the garrison that he would return within twenty days. He was riding back when the fort fell. On March 6 -the day of the battle of the Alamo -Neill had reached Gonzales, where he spent ninety dollars of his own money buying medicines for the Alamo garrison.

On March 13 he joined the withdrawal of Sam Houston's army to Groce's Retreat on the Brazos River. Unable to transport the cannons, Houston ordered them dumped into the Guadalupe River before abandoning Gonzales, and Neill found himself a cannoneer without weapons. That changed on April 11, when the "Twin Sisters" -two matched six-pounders-reached the Texan camp. Since Neill was the ranking artillery officer, Houston named him to command the revived artillery corps. On April 20 Neill commanded the Twin Sisters during the skirmish that preceded the battle of San Jacinto. During this fight his artillery corps repulsed an enemy probe of the woods in which the main Texas army was concealed. Neill was seriously wounded when a fragment of grapeshot caught him in the hip.

After independence Neill continued to serve Texas. In 1838 the republic granted him a league of land in Harrisburg County for his service during the revolution. The next year he ran for the position of major general of militia but lost to Felix Huston. In 1842 he led an expedition against Indians along the upper Trinity River. In 1844 he was appointed an Indian agent, in which capacity he traveled extensively. In 1845 he was granted a pension by Congress of $200 a year for life as compensation for the injuries he received at San Jacinto. Neill died at his home on Spring Creek in Navarro County in 1845 and was buried in Seguin.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Sam Houston Dixon and Louis Wiltz Kemp, The Heroes of San Jacinto (Houston: Anson Jones, 1932). Texas House of Representatives, Biographical Directory of the Texan Conventions and Congresses, 1832-1845 (Austin: Book Exchange, 1941). Amelia W. Williams and Eugene C. Barker, eds., The Writings of Sam Houston, 1813-1863 (8 vols., Austin: University of Texas Press, 1938-43; rpt., Austin and New York: Pemberton Press, 1970).

Stephen L. Hardin
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BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO - TEXIAN ARMY ARTILLERY
Officers
Lieutenant-Colonel James Clinton Neill (wounded 20 Apr)
Inspector-General George Washington Hockley (commanding as of 21 Apr)
Captain Isaac N. Moreland
First Lieutenant William Shyler Stillwell
1st Sergeant Richardson A. Scurry
2nd Sergeant Thomas Phiney Plaster

Privates
Solomon B. Bardwell, Montgomery Baxter, Alfred Benton, Willis Collins, Daniel T. Dunham, Tilford C. Edwards, John P. Ferrell, F. Fitch, Joseph Floyd, Thomas Green, Thomas N. B. Greer, Thomas Hanson, Clark M. Harmon, Temple Overton Harris, Benjamin McCulloch, William A. Park, Thomas Jefferson Robinson, George Washington Seaton, Hugh Montgomery Swift, John Marshall Wade, Joseph E. White

Assisted by regulars from
Captain Teal's Company: Michael Campbell, George Cumberland, John N. Gainer, Ira Millerman
Capt. Turner's Company: Ellis Benson+, Joseph Alvey Clayton, Joseph W. Merwin, Seneca Legg
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NEILL, JAMES CLINTON -- Born in Scotland, a son of John and Margery (Ferguson) Neill. In 1938 Mr. Vivian G. Heckman, Burnett, Texas was in possession of the Neill family Bible from which the following dates of the births and deaths of the children of John Neill are taken: Hellen, born April 21, 1791, died in November, 1893; John born April 23, 1793, died October 31, 1816; Thomas, born May 11, 1796, died in November, 1860; James Clinton, born March 2, 1798, died September 8, 1856; Agnes, born January 23, 1800, died in 1867; Andrew, (first) born August 1, 1802, died August 7, 1802; Margery, born September 30, 1803, died in 1845; Jane, born September 7, 1805 died (no record); William, born December 71 1807, died October 12, 1885; Charles, born March 26, 1809, died (no record); Andrew, born January 2, 1812, died March 26, 1883; and Helen Neill, born May 2 1816, and died October 3, 1857.

On June 1, 1835 Colonel Neill received title to one league of land in Milan's Colony situated on the Colorado River above Cedar Creek in what is now Travis County. This league is not shown on the land maps in the General Land Office. It was located on a large grant made to Jose Antonio Navarro in 1833 and the Navarro grant is shown on the maps. Colonel Neill probably made a deal with Colonel Navarro and retained the land.

On page 30 of Book ___ in the Spanish Archives in the General Land Office it is shown that on June 1, 1835 Colonel Neill was 45 years old, and it is stated that he was born in North Carolina. This, as may be seen, does not agree with the Bible records of the Neill family.

Colonel Neill did not apply for the one-fourth of a league headright due him from the Republic of Texas but in the Headright Certificate issued to his son, George J. Neill, in 1838 by the Board of Land Commissioners of Bastrop County for one-third of a league of land it is stated that he came to Texas in 1830. It is assumed that Colonel Neill arrived at the same time. After coming to America Colonel Neill settled first in North Carolina, moving from there to Alabama.

Colonel Neill was a delegate to the Second Convention of Texas in 1833. He entered the army of Texas September 28, 1835 and on December 7, 1835, was elected Lieutenant Colonel of Artillery by the General Council of the Provisional Government. He commanded the Artillery at the Storming and Capture of Bexar, December 5 to 10, 1835, and was later placed in charge of the town and district of Bexar. On January 17, 1836, Colonel James Bowie and thirty men left Goliad for Bexar with an order from General Houston to Colonel Neill to destroy the fortifications and retire with the artillery. Colonel Neill could not comply with the order, due to lack of teams to move the cannon. Governor Smith then sent Travis to the Alamo and Colonel Neill returned to his home.

Colonel Neill was again placed in charge of the artillery in the San Jacinto campaign. He was severely injured in the skirmish on April 20th and on February 1, 1838 he received a league of land for having been wounded. An Act of Congress, approved January 6, 1845, granted him a pension of $200.00 per year for life on account of injuries he had sustained.

On November 20, 1837 Colonel Neill was issued Bounty Certificate No. 196 for 1280 acres of land for having served in the from September 28, 1835, to October 27, 1836. He received Donation Certificate No. 292 for 640 acres of land, June 6, 1838, for having participated in the Battle of San Jacinto (?) or Bexar.

On March 30, 1844, Colonel Neill and Stephen H. Williams were confirmed by the Senate of the Republic as Commissioners to treat with the Indians April 15, 1844.

Children of Colonel Neill were (1) Samuel Clinton, (2) George Jefferson, and a daughter.

For the names of some of the surviving descendants of Colonel Neill see the sketches of George Jefferson Neill and Samuel Clinton Neill.
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John Neill and Margery Ferguson




Husband John Neill

           Born: Abt 1755 - Scotland
           Died: Abt 1815 - NC
         Buried: 
       Marriage: Abt 1785



Wife Margery Ferguson

           Born: Abt 1760 - Scotland
           Died: Abt 1820 - NC
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Col. James Clinton Neill

            AKA: James Clinton Nail
           Born: 1790 - NC
           Died: 1845 - Navarro Co., TX
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Margaret Harriet Ferguson
           Marr: Abt 1807 - TN (probable)




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Luther Griver Fields and Mollie Elizabeth White




Husband Luther Griver Fields

           Born: 11 Feb 1893 - Tishomingo, Oklahoma
           Died: 31 Jan 1958 - Florence, Arizona
         Buried: 


         Father: James A. Fields
         Mother: Cornelia Ada Cross


       Marriage: 3 Oct 1915 - Wapanucka, Oklahoma



Wife Mollie Elizabeth White

           Born: 11 Feb 1898 - Wapanucka, Oklahoma
           Died: 25 Aug 1974 - Artesia, New Mexico
         Buried: 


         Father: David Aklis White
         Mother: Anna Bolden Callahan




Children
1 F Ella Alzavada Fields

           Born: 29 Oct 1916
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M J. D. Fields

           Born: 27 Jul 1918
           Died: 25 Jan 1920
         Buried: 



3 F Zora Mae Fields

           Born: 2 Oct 1920
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M David A. Fields

           Born: 5 Apr 1923 - Tishomingo, Oklahoma
           Died: 19 May 1988
         Buried: 



5 M Bob Allison Fields

           Born: 7 Jun 1925
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Luther Fields Jr.

           Born: 31 May 1928 - Rush Springs, Oklahoma
           Died: 
         Buried: 



7 M Billy Joe Fields

           Born: 7 Feb 1933
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Luther Griver Fields

Ancestry of Luther Fields

are_usa@mstar2.ne 6/2000

Luther Griver FIELDS was the son of James A. and Cornelia Ada (Cross)
Fields. Cornelia Ada was dtr. to Henry Capers Cross and Minerva Lucinda
(Inabinet) Cross. Henry Capers Cross was son of John Cross and wife #2
Jane the widow of Wm. Platt. The Cross family is out of Charleston
District (St. James Goose Creek Parish) SC to Lowndes Co. MS in 1830s,
to Bossier Parish Louisiana where Henry Capers Cross md. Minerva L.
Inabinet in 1852. After the Civil War they came to Fannin Co. TX @1870
where they settled and both died. Their children include John Sidney
Cross (my grandfather) b. 1854, sons Henry C. Jr. and James Norton who
died sans progeny, Aletha Jane who died in LA young, Cornelia Ada b.
1860, Cara Louella who md. Henry Raney, William Francis who md. Ida
Josephine McKinzy, Eugene Joseph who md. Minta Darnall, and Stocks
Quiller who md a Darnall, and last Rebecca Elizabeth who md Matt Pratt/
All were in Fannin Co. for many years.
I will be glad to submit this fam. if you wish.
Edith G. (Heflin) Smith
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John Finnell and Rebecca Gooch




Husband John Finnell

           Born: Abt 1835
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 23 Oct 1862



Wife Rebecca Gooch

           Born: Abt 1835
           Died: Abt 1900
         Buried: 


         Father: Edward Gooch
         Mother: Mary Jane Ross




Children
1 F Isa Jane Finnell

           Born: 1 Dec 1863
           Died: Abt 1930
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Henry Beltz
           Marr: 4 Aug 1887



2 F Mary Belle Finnell

           Born: Abt 1865
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Sell Gooch Finnell

           Born: 8 Oct 1867
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Flora Finnell

           Born: 25 Jul 1869
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Eugene Finnell

           Born: 6 Oct 1874
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Larry James White and Donna Fisher




Husband Larry James White

           Born: 11 May 1956 - Dallas, Texas
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Claude James "C. J." White
         Mother: Berva Kletta Jackson


       Marriage: 5 Jun 1999 - Sherman, Texas

   Other Spouse: Pamela Sue Byrant - 3 Aug 1975 - Folsom Hwy. Bapt Church in Durant, Oklahoma



Wife Donna Fisher

           Born: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children

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Raymond F. Jenkins and Jessie Fisher




Husband Raymond F. Jenkins

           Born: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 31 Dec 1927 - Big Spring, Howard Co., TX



Wife Jessie Fisher

           Born: 9 Apr 1902
           Died: 16 Mar 1960 - Fairbanks, Alaska
         Buried: 


         Father: William Wells Fisher
         Mother: Nettie Laura Gooch




Children

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William Wells Fisher and Nettie Laura Gooch




Husband William Wells Fisher

           Born: 28 Nov 1865 - Rusk, Cherokee Co., TX
           Died:  - Cliff, Grant Co., NM
         Buried:  - Mt. Olive Cem., Big Spring, Howard Co., TX
       Marriage: 24 Dec 1891 - Eastland, Eastland Co., TX



Wife Nettie Laura Gooch

           Born: 3 Apr 1875 - TX
           Died: 16 Mar 1951 - Big Spring, Howard Co., TX
         Buried:  - Mt. Olive Cem., Big Spring, Howard Co., TX


         Father: Nathan Gooch
         Mother: Sarah Caroline Humphrey




Children
1 M Isaac Nathaniel Fisher

           Born: 17 Mar 1893 - Brownwood, Brown Co., TX
           Died: 29 May 1893 - Brownwood, Brown Co., TX
         Buried: 



2 F Leona Fisher

           Born: 25 Sep 1894 - Cross Plains, Callahan Co., TX
           Died: 27 Mar 1973 - Silver City, NM
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Joesph Francis Bennet Jr.
           Marr: 10 Oct 1923



3 M Leonard Fisher

           Born: 1 Feb 1897 - Cross Plains, Callahan Co., TX
           Died: 30 Sep 1922 - Big Spring, Howard Co., TX
         Buried: 



4 F Zora Fisher

           Born: 13 Apr 1900
           Died: 16 Aug 1981 - Dallas, Dallas Co., TX
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Otis L. Carter Sr.
           Marr: 25 Nov 1931 - Big Spring, Howard Co., TX



5 F Jessie Fisher

           Born: 9 Apr 1902
           Died: 16 Mar 1960 - Fairbanks, Alaska
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Raymond F. Jenkins
           Marr: 31 Dec 1927 - Big Spring, Howard Co., TX



6 F Clara Fisher

           Born: 9 Jun 1904 - Big Spring, Howard Co., TX
           Died:  - Lanham, Prince Georges Co, MD
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Maurice Reginald Brown
           Marr: 21 Mar 1931 - Carlsbad, Eddy Co., NM




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EpsomEmpson FITCH and Delilah HIGHTOWER




Husband EpsomEmpson FITCH

           Born: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 24 Nov 1834



Wife Delilah HIGHTOWER

           Born: 11 Dec 1817 - Caswell Co., NC
           Died: 6 May 1880 - Troup, TX
         Buried: 


         Father: Devereux (Devorix) Hightower
         Mother: Sicily GOOCH




Children

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Samuel Clinton Neill and Nancy B. Fitzgerald




Husband Samuel Clinton Neill

            AKA: Samuel Nail
           Born: Abt 1815 - TN
           Died: Abt 1856 - TX
         Buried: 


         Father: Col. James Clinton Neill
         Mother: Margaret Harriet Ferguson


       Marriage: 13 Jun 1841 - Washington Co., TX

   Other Spouse: Lourahama (Ruy) *UNKNOWN - Abt 1845 - TX



Wife Nancy B. Fitzgerald

           Born: Abt 1820
           Died: Abt 1844 - TX
         Buried: 


Children
1 F Maranda Neill

            AKA: Maranda Nail
           Born: Abt 1843
           Died: Abt 1910 - Frio Co., TX (probable)
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Bennett Tomerlin




General Notes: Husband - Samuel Clinton Neill

In 1847 Sam married Lourahama Berry Neal, daughter of Francis and Sarah Berry, early settlers
of DeWitt's colony. Lourahama was the widow of Anson P. Neal whom she had married in Gonzales July 17, 1838. The 1850 census of Gonzales County listed Sam and Lourahama as living at Peach Creek with daughters Sarah age five, Jane age two and Jemima age one. It was believed that Sam C. Neill died
circa 1856 as Lourahama and their two sons were living in Caldwell County in 1860. The sons, Francis T. and Milton, were both shown on the census as soldiers. Francis T. died in the service of natural causes after May, 1862. His wife Sarah E. Neal probably married James S. Callihan in 1866. Sam and
Lourahama had one other child, Mary, born in Gonzales County circa 1855. They may also have had a daughter, Mary A., who married Robert C. Stuart, October 2, 1851. Lourahama and two daughters were still living in Caldwell County in 1870 but it was believed she moved to Gillespie County by 1880 and
probably died soon after. C. L. Neill (From The History of Gonzales County).
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Entry 12/6/2013
Reference Book:

Savage Frontier: Rangers, Riflemen, and Indian Wars in Texas, Volume, 1835 - 1837 / by Stephen L. Moore. Page 24

Capt. Williamson’s Mounted Riflemen: July 25 – September 13, 1835

Captain: Henry Bridges William Isbell

Robert M. Williamson Oliver Buckman William Harrison Magill

First Lieutenant: Aaron Burleson George Neill

Hugh M. Childress Robert M. Cravins Samuel C. Neill

First Corporal: Leroy V. Criswell David F. Owen

Nicholas Wren William V. Criswell William J. C. Pearce

Privates: Thomas Davey John G. Robison

John Bate Berry William Duty John H. Scaggs

William Bridge Elijah Ingram Robert Townsley
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VETERANS OF THE BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO

First Regiment Texian Volunteers
Colonel Edward Burleson
Alexander Somervell, lieutenant-colonel
James W. Tinsley, adjutant
Horatio N. Cleveland, sergeant-major

1st Regiment Company C Infantry
Captain Jesse Billingsley
Officers
Micah Andrews, first lieutenant
James A. Craft, second lieutenant
Russel B. Craft, first sergeant
William Harrison Magill, second sergeant
Campbell Taylor, third sergeant

Privates
Willis Avery, Noel M. Bain, Jefferson A. Barton, Wayne Barton, Andrew Jackson Berry, Lemuel Stockton Blakely, Garrett E. Boome, John Wheeler Bunton, Aaron Burleson, Preston Conlee, Sampson Connell, Robert M. Cravens, William Criswell, Leander Calvin Cunningham, James Curtis Sr (from Tumlinson Co.), Thomas P. Davey, Thomas Mason Dennis, George Bernard Erath+, Calvin Gage, S. Joseph Garwood, Lewis Goodwin, Thomas A. Graves, George Green, Jesse Halderman, John Harvey Herron, Ahijah M. Highsmith, John Hobson, Prior A. Holder, Robert Hood, Lucine Hopson, Joseph Martin, Thomas H. Mays, Samuel McClelland, McDougald McLean, Jonathan D. Morris (assisting wounded Harrisburg), Samuel C. Neill, Dempsey Council Pace, James Robert Pace, George Self, William Simmon, A. M. H. Smith, Jacob Standerford, Jacob Littleton Standifer, William Bailey Standifer, James Stewart (sick at Harrisburg), Logan Vandever, Martin Walker, Washington Anderson, Charles Williams, Walker B. Wilson, Robert Wood
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James Shields Gooch and Mamie Fitzhugh




Husband James Shields Gooch

           Born: Abt 1855 - Williamson County, TN
           Died: 1885 - Helena, AR
         Buried: 


         Father: Dr. Allen Goodman Gooch
         Mother: Mary Elizabeth Smith


       Marriage: Abt 1884 - Helena, AR



Wife Mamie Fitzhugh

           Born: Abt 1855
           Died: Abt 1940
         Buried: 


Children
1 F Susie S. Gooch

           Born: Abt 1885
           Died: Abt 1950
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - James Shields Gooch

REF: G2B1A3A2A2 James Shields Gooch (1855 - 1885)


General Notes: Wife - Mamie Fitzhugh

REF: G2B1A3A2A2A Mamie Fitzhugh (abt 1855 - abt 1940)

Wife of James Shields Gooch.



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