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24th Texas Cavalry CSA

Name: William B. LawrenceRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted as a Private on 29 March 1862.
Mustered in on 28 April 1862.
Captured at Fort Hindman, AR on 11 January 1863.
Sent to Gratiot Street Prison at St. Louis, MO on 12 February 1863.
Died while a prisoner on 13 March 1863 at St. Louis, MO.
Buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.
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Name: William L or S OwensRank: Private Company: C
william owens enlisted at the age of forty seven in lampassas, tx, he travelled over 120 miles to camp hempstead, where he learned in the school of the soldier. his regiment started out as horse mounted cavalry untill they were ordered to dismount, because of lack of fodder for thier horses. he was with the regiment untill, they were all captured at arkansas post on the arkansas river in february of 1863, they were shipped north on river boats to springfield, ill. where he was imprissoned at camp butler after a little stay at gratiot street prison in st. louis, mo. he stayed at camp butler untill he was sent to be exchanged in virginia in april of 1864. his record states nothing of him finishing out his service with the 24th tx cav, but he did survive the war, and was alive in at least 1888 in lampasass, tx where he made a property transaction, but, nothing has been found of him since, and we do not know where he is buried.
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Name: J K. PankeyRank: Corporal Company: D
Only two cards on file for J.K. Pankey. His card lists Co. D, 24th Texas Cavalry, [ Wilkes' Regt.], 2nd Texas Lancers, 2nd Carter's Brigade. Became Co I Grabbury's Consolidated Texas Brigade about 9 April 1865. J.K. appears on a list of prisoners surrendered to Brig. Gen. E.M. McCook by Maj. Gen. Sam Jones, C.S.A. at Tallahassee, Florida 10 May. 1865.
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Name: J. V. PankeyRank: Corporal Company: D
J.V. is shown on a roster of troops of the Confederate Army captured at Fort. Hindman, Arkansas Post. Ark., on 11 Jan 1863. His two cards are filed under John B. Pankey
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Name: John B. PankeyRank: 1st Corporal Company: D
John was 28 years old when he joined Capt. P. H. Swearingen's Company 2nd Regt Carters Brigade Texas Lancers at Brenham, on 20 Jan 1862 for the war. Several of his family also joined. He mustered in at Hemstead on 24 April at Camp Carter. This unit is also known as Capt. Matthews Company. His horse is valued at $200.00 and his equipment at $150.00. His rendezvous is 150 miles away. Apperas on a roll of POW's captured at Ark. Post 11 Jan 1863. Sent to Camp Butler in Springfield, Ill and paroled [no date of parole] Surrendered at Tallahasse Fl. 22 May 1865.
This unit becomes Co I Granbury's Consolidated Texas Brigade about 9 April 1865 shortly before it was surrendered.
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Name: Franklin Kohen GrayRank: Private Company: F
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Name: John A. BakerRank: Private Company: G
24 Texas Cavalry--

J. A. Baker
Pvt
Capt. C. W. Bullock's Company
2 Regiment Texas Lancers
Age----years--

Appears in company muster-roll of the organization named above--

Roll dated Camp Carter near Hempstead, Texas Apr. 10, 1862
Muster in date-------

Joined for duty and enrolled
When: Jan 27, 1862
Where: Tyler Co. Texas
By whom: C. W. Bullock
Period: for the war
No. of miles to rendezvous: 126
Valuation of horse: ------- equipment:-----
Remarks Absent on account of sickness--

24 Texas Cavalry
John A Baker
Pvt
Capt. C. W. Bullock's Company
24 Texas Regiment Texas Calvary

Age:----

Appears on

Company muster roll of the organization named above
For April 11 to Aug 31 1862
Enrolled: Jan 27 1862
Mustered: into service April 11 1862
Remarks: Died April 28th 1862--


This company subsequently became Company G, 24th Texas Regiment Texas Calvary.--
The 24th Regiment Texas Calvary (also know as the 2nd Regiment Texas Lancers and the 2nd Regiment Carter's Brigade Mounted Volunteers) was organized April 24, 1862 with ten companies A to K.

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Name: Robert B. LambdinRank: Private Company: H
Robert B. Lambdin (1821-1891) died at age 70 in Waco, Texas. He was an uncle of my g-grandmother Hannah Gibson (Lambdin) Denison.

Source: Waco Weekly News (1891); National Archives Compiled Military Service Records
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Name: Joseph PankeyRank: Private Company: H
Joseph was 28 years old when he joined for duty 1 April 1862 at Colorado, Texas. He was enrolled by J. H. Conner for the war. It was 60 miles to rendezvous. His horse is valued at $175.00 and his equipment at $35.00. He is a Pvt. in Capt. John H. Conner's Company 2nd Regt. Carter's Brigade. Joseph's brother J.V. is in Co D. of this unit. He is also on a list of POW's captured at Fort Hindman, Ark. Post Ark. on 11 Jan. 1863.
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