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4th Texas Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Archibald Thomas CoheaRank: Private Company: F

Archibald Cohea enlisted March 13, 1862 at Halletsville, Texas for service in the 4th Texas Company F Mustang Grays. He then made the trip to Virginia where he faought in the battles of Eltham's Landing May 7, 1862 Seven Pines June 1, 1862 (Held in Reserve) Gaines Mill (Turkey Hill)June 27,1862 Malvern Hill July 1, 1862 Second Manassas Aug 16, 1862 Groveton Aug 29, 1862 Turner's Gap - South Mtn. Sept 14, 1862 Miller's Cornfield Sept 17. 1862 Fredricksburg (Marye Heights) Dec 13, 1862 'CAMP HOPE' Dec - Feb 1863 Gettysburg - Devil's Den & Little Round Top July 2, 1863 Chickamauga (Hornet's Nest)Sept 18, 1863 Chattanooga (Lookout Mtn.)Oct 1. 1863 Knoxville (Fort Higley) Nov 23, 1863 WINTER CAMP (East TN)Jan-Mar, 186 Wilderness Battle May 6, 1864 Wounded and died on May 7, 1864, buried on Pulliam's Farm and re-interred with his battle brothers at Confederate Cemetery in Fredericksburg, VA.

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