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19th Texas Infantry      
Company Unknown
William M. Hines - Major   
Born in Georgia, Hines moved to Texas circa 1850-55. He lived on the Hines Place plantation in Freestone Co., Texas.(Note: Hines is the son-in-law of Brigadier General Joseph Johnson, also of the 19th Texas.)

Hines was originally a volunteer in the Reserve Company, Beat No. 5, in Captain John L. Wortham's Company of the 19th Texas Brigade. In 1863, he joined Captain James Steele's Company, and then in 1865, he joined Captain C.B. Duncan's Company.
Contact Name:  Cody Eanes Marshall
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Date Added:  7/4/2008
Company Unknown
Joseph Burton Johnson - General   
Johnson was elected to the office of Brigadier General in 1863. He enlisted in the Confederate Army as a Major. He had served in the Indian Wars in Georgia and Florida, first as a Captain in 1838, then later as a Major in 1846. (Note: Johnson's son-in-law, Major William M. Hines, also served in the 19th Brigade.)

Johnson moved his family to Freestone Co., Texas in 1854, after originally arriving in Brazos Co., Texas in 1848. Johnson owned a 10,550 acre cotton plantation seven miles west of Fairfield (in Freestone Co.), where he built the 'Rock House,' which is still owned by the family today.
Contact Name:  Cody Eanes Marshall
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Date Added:  7/4/2008
Company Unknown
James Monroe Jones - Private   
Texas Militia CSA
Contact Name:  Bonnie Bowman Moxon
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Date Added:  8/21/2009
Company Unknown
Noah Lakey - Corporal   
Noah is my great grandfather
Contact Name:  James Jackson
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Date Added:  9/28/2010
Company Unknown
David J Speer - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Woodard
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Date Added:  8/13/2023
Company A
Louis Thomas Condra - Private   
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Contact Name:  Joseph Hickey
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Date Added:  5/20/2010
Company A
Bartlett Wicks (Weeks) - Private   
Bartlett enlisted in Army of the CSA from Jefferson, Marion County, Texas on March 31, 1862.
Contact Name:  Rosalie
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Date Added:  7/5/2009
Company B
Bennett Harrison Caudle, Jr. - Corporal   
Killed in War.
Contact Name:  Gary Ayres
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Date Added:  8/11/2007
Company B
Gabriel Jackson - Corporal   
Titus County Resident.
Contact Name:  Patrick J. Janis
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Date Added:  1/10/2007
Company B
William Brantley Jackson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Frank Smith
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Date Added:  1/6/2014
Company B
John Roan - Private   
This was my great great grandfather on my fathers side. My late grandmothers grandfather. He was married to Mourning Elizabeth Nunn Roan. Morning Elizabeth Nunn Roan is related to former United States Senator from Georgia, Samuel Augustus Nunn Jr. He did survived the war. He and Mourning Elizabeth would go on and have many children, He was born on January 4, 1836 and died on January 11, 1910.. Mourning Elizabeth was born on April 6, 1836 and died on March 7, 1903. Both are buried next to each other in Commerce, Texas at the Lebanon Cemetery.
Contact Name:  John D Richter
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Date Added:  10/28/2022
Company B
Elijah L. Ward - Private   
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Contact Name:  Amy Fennell
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Date Added:  6/29/2004
Company B
Green Marion Ward - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Amy Fennell
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Date Added:  6/29/2004
Company C
C L Bayer - Unknown   
I am assuming his name was Charles Louis Bayer,
Contact Name:  B Bayer
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Date Added:  10/22/2013
Company C
James Robert Louis Booth - Private   
Mustered in March 31, 1862 at Coffeeville, Upshur Co., TX
Contact Name:  Steve Irons
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Date Added:  8/11/2010
Company C
Shepherd Walter Booth - Private   
Mustered in March 31, 1862 at Coffeeville, Upshur Co., TX
Contact Name:  Steve Irons
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Date Added:  8/11/2010
Company D
John Erwin Peacock - Private   
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Contact Name:  Rhonda Boughner
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Date Added:  5/7/2008
Company D
L. C. Ray - Unknown   
Company D 19th Texas Regiment, Joe Johnson's Division / Gibson's Brigade 4th Battalion Texas Army CSA
DOB 1843 Georgia / DIED 6/12/1924 Austin, Tx
Admitted to Confederate Vet. home 7/14/1922
Buried Texas State Cem. Austin, Tx
Sec: Confederate Field
Section: 1F
Row: N
Number: 32
Contact Name:  W. T. Ray
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Date Added:  6/18/2011
Company D
t and wounded John Mallard Stuckey - Unknown   
He was shot and wounded at Vicksburg but lived.
Contact Name:  Michael Stuckey
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Date Added:  11/11/2004
Company E
Joseph Smith Middleton - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Donna Smith
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Date Added:  3/12/2006
Company E
James L Speer - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Contact Homepage:  Givem Tha Cold Steel Boys
Date Added:  2/5/2011
Company E
John Mark Watters - Private   
My Great-Great-Grandfather
Contact Name:  James Austin Long
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Date Added:  6/21/2010
Company F
John Newton Foster - Private   
My great great grandfather lost his right leg from the knee down at the battle of Jenkin's Ferry in the spring of 1864.
Contact Name:  Donnie Askew
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Date Added:  8/19/2005
Company F
Thomas Monroe White - Private   
Thomas M White's family arrived in Redwater Bowie Co TX 1846, from Union Co SC. He is buried at Center Ridge Cemetery, Maud Bowie Co TX. He lived in Bowie Co his entire life. He was good friends with J. N. Foster and Henry Favor of Co F, 19th Texas Infantry. Thomas is my Great Grandfather.
Contact Name:  Mike White
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Date Added:  12/18/2005
Company G
John Quincy Adams - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Woodard
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Date Added:  12/25/2023
Company G
John Joseph Bradley - Captain   
Mustered in at Hughes Springs , Cass County.
Fought at Mansfield, Pleasant Hill , LA and Jenkin's Ferry ,AR
Contact Name:  Paul Rigali
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Date Added:  11/16/2012
Company H
John Reese King Brooks - 1st Lieutenant   
JRK served in the Civil War between 1860- 1865. He enrolled on May 10, 1862 as a 3rd Lt. of Company B. Wallace 19th

Texas Infantry, commanded by Capt. Harvey A. Wallace. Sometime between May 10 and July 1, 1862, he was promoted to 2nd

Lt. The 19th Infantry left for the front on July 28th, 1862. On November 29th, 1862, he had been promoted to 1st Lt. In

May, 1863, JRK signs the roll as commanding officer of the company. He also appears on the Roll of Prisoners of War,

captured at Ft. DeRussy, LA, March 14, 1864 and was received at Baton Rouge, LA on March 17, 1864. He was later

tranferred to New Orleans, La and was exchanged at Red River Landing on July 22, 1864. His service record says that

while serving as Prisoner of War, he was confined at 21 Rampart St., New Orleans, La. On April 2, 1865, he returned from

a leave of absence to a station near Hempstead, TX. He received his Parole of Honor, July 12, 1865, at Henderson, Rusk

Co., Texas. ( Capt Wallace kept a journal of the 19th Infantry and much is recorded regarding their war experiences).
Contact Name:  Kenneth Shaver
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.ladytexian.com/txrusk/bios/family/brooksjrk.htm
Date Added:  11/21/2009
Company H
William Burkhalter - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ken Burkhalter
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Date Added:  9/25/2002
Company H
John Hunter Harper - Private   
Mustered May 10, 1862. Suffered from measles during his service. During one of the many marches, he was so weary, he fell asleep in the rain. His buddies had to wake him for the water was getting dangerously high on his face. He was surrendered at New Orleans on May 26, 1865. His application for a pension was denied because he was not indigent. After the war, he returned to Rusk County, TX where he farmed and operated a mill for making syrup from sugar cane. That mill was still being operated by his grandson (Rade Harper) in the 1960's.
Contact Name:  John Anderson
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Date Added:  9/30/2011
Company H
Green Wilson Holleman - Private   
'The Realm of Rusk Co.', by Garland Farmer. P. 60: G. W. Holleman, 40, Rusk County listed as a private in Co. H, 19th Texas Infantry formed by Captain Harvey A. Wallace between May 4 - July 18, 1862. 'Nacogdoches County History' - Dallas Library F483 (Family 483) 'Green Wilson Holleman was captured at the battle in Many, Louisiana and later traded as a prisoner of war and Clinton D. Holleman was killed during the fighting.' Application for veteran benefits indicate he suffered from measles during the war, then suffered from partial blindness afterward.
Contact Name:  Phyllis Blickensderfer
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.blicksite.com
Date Added:  4/10/2008
Company H
Sion Holly - Private   
'The Realm of Rusk County' by Garland Farmer, page 62 shows Private S. Holly, 32, Mt. Enterprise in Captain Harvey A. Wallace's Co. H. 19th TX Infantry organized between May 4 - July 28, 1862. Application for veteran's pension states: 'A depression in the breast over the right lung said to have been caused by being struck with a piece of shell.'
Surname also spelled 'Holley'
Contact Name:  Phyllis Blickensderfer
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Contact Homepage:  http://blicksfamilyworkbook.blogspot.com/
Date Added:  4/10/2008
Company H
Thomas Littleberry Nix - Private   
Name: T. L. Nix
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: Texas
Regiment: 19th Regiment, Texas Infantry
Company: H
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Film Number: M227 roll 27
CONFEDERAT EPENSION FILE #12858 AUSTIN TEXAS
Contact Name:  Angela Bell
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Date Added:  4/15/2016
Company H
James Dickerson Rayburn - Private   
Great Gerat Greeat Great Uncle
Contact Name:  Clifton Boyd
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Date Added:  12/11/2008
Company I
Doctor Lovinsky Taylor - Private   
My gggrandfather. Enlisted San Augustine, TX First name was Doctor 'Dock' died 28 Feb 1905. Arms, tents, camp equipment procured at his expense. Served for little over 3 years.

Organ Co. C, Whitfield's Battalion, CSA J.P. Henderson Rangers
Waterhouse Co. Lane's Regt. Co I 19th Regt. Infantry
Contact Name:  Cheryl Young
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Date Added:  3/20/2006
Company K
rufus irby - Private   
Rufus Irby Pvt Co.K Infantry. Died camp Waterhouse 27 yrs old. Joined 5-10-1862 Minden,Rusk Co.Tx
Contact Name:  andy
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Date Added:  4/11/2011
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