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Cpt. Marcus Lafayette Gordon, Company A, "Prairie Rovers", 8th Texas Cavalry; Gordon was wounded on April 8th during the charge on the pursuing Federals at Fallen Timbers. The bullet was never removed from his body.

Marcus Lafayette Gordon, Company A, "Prairie Rovers", Texas Cavalry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

20th Texas Civil War Confederate Regimental Flags | List of Texas Civil War Confederate units - Wikipedia, the free ...

This is a list of Texas American Civil War Confederate Units. The Texas Union Army units are listed separately.

Sixth Texas Infantry and Fifteenth Texas Calvary (consolidated)/Granbury's Texas Brigade/Hardee Battle Flag from the Civil War, 1864. Texas troops, whenever possible, embellished their flags with a representation of the Lone Star, as seen on on this well-worn regimental color.

Sixth Texas Infantry and Fifteenth Texas Calvary (consolidated)/Granbury's Texas Brigade/Hardee Battle Flag from the Civil War, 1864

Confederate Revolver - This Griswold & Gunnison Civil War Revolver is an unlicensed copy of a Colt 1851 Navy.

Confederate Revolver- This Griswold & Gunnison Civil War revolver is an unlicensed copy of a Colt 1851 NavyIt is caliber, brass frame, with a 7 barrel, and was produced in Griswoldville,.

Photo Print Confederate Captain Civil War I believe this may also be Captain Jesse Sharpe Barnes, F Company, 4th North Carolina Infantry

Photo Print Confederate Captain Civil War this may be Captain Jesse Sharpe Barnes, F Company, North Carolina Infantry

Colonel Leonidas  Willis' Battalion Texas Cavalry CSA

Colonel Leonidas Willis' Battalion Texas Cavalry CSA

CSA Brigadier-General Francis Redding Tillou Nicholls. He would take part and be wounded in Jackson’s Valley Campaign and the Battle of Chancellorsville. After the war, he served two terms as Governor of Louisiana..(MoC)

Francis R. Nichols lost an arm and a foot in separate Civil War battles. He became Governor of Louisiana in Courtesy Library of Congress

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Sons of Confederate Veterans, Guardians of Confederate History and Heritage

Sgt. Samuel Daimwood, Company G, "Duck River Rifles" 24th Tennessee Infantry.  Wounded at Shiloh, but survived the war.

Samuel Daimwood, Company G, "Duck River Rifles" Tennessee Infantry. - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Benjamin Franklin Terry - Civil War Confederate Officer. Raised and commanded the Eighth Texas Cavalry Terry's Texas Rangers during the American Civil War. A planter and prominent citizen of Fort Bend County, he organized the regiment for the Confederate States Army. Terry was killed in the regiment's first action at Rowlett's Station near Woodsonville, Kentucky.

Benjamin Franklin Terry - Civil War Confederate Officer. Raised and commanded the Eighth Texas Cavalry Terry's Texas Rangers during the American Civil War. A planter and prominent citizen of Fort Bend County, he organized the regiment for the Confederate States Army. Terry was killed in the regiment's first action at Rowlett's Station near Woodsonville, Kentucky.

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