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Product ID#224
TEXAS CONFEDERATE PENSION, A-G
By Arthur Wyllie

Confederate veterans who were disabled or indigent could apply for pensions for Confederate service. Widows could also apply after the death of husbands. Though many had actually served from other states east of Texas, such as Alabama, Tennessee, and Louisiana, they were required to be residents of Texas at the time of application.

Each book lists veterans and wives, with the county where they applied, and application number only. The actual application often has a wealth of information such as regiment and unit in which he served, health condition, real estate or property owned, etc. The widow's application includes the date and place where they were married. These are usually 4 pages, and copies can be ordered from Texas.
352 pages, 8 1/2" x 11", paperback
Add to Cart $38.00
 
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Product ID#225
TEXAS CONFEDERATE PENSIONS, H-O

By Arthur Wyllie

Confederate veterans who were disabled or indigent could apply for pensions for Confederate service. Widows could also apply after the death of husbands. Though many had actually served from other states east of Texas, such as Alabama, Tennessee, and Louisiana, they were required to be residents of Texas at the time of application.

Each book lists veterans and wives, with the county where they applied, and application number only. The actual application often has a wealth of information such as regiment and unit in which he served, health condition, real estate or property owned, etc. The widow's application includes the date and place where they were married. These are usually 4 pages, and copies can be ordered from Texas.

310 pages, 8 1/2" x 11", paperback
Add to Cart $34.00
 
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Product ID#226 
Texas Confederate Pensions, P-Z

Confederate veterans who were disabled or indigent could apply for pensions for Confederate service. Widows could also apply after the death of husbands. Though many had actually served from other states east of Texas, such as Alabama, Tennessee, and Louisiana, they were required to be residents of Texas at the time of application.

Each book lists veterans and wives, with the county where they applied, and application number only. The actual application often has a wealth of information such as regiment and unit in which he served, health condition, real estate or property owned, etc. The widow's application includes the date and place where they were married. These are usually 4 pages, and copies can be ordered from Texas.


330 pages, paperback, index
Add to Cart $36.00
 
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Product ID #102
TEXAS IN THE CONFEDERACY
By Col. Harry McCorry Henderson
(A reprint of the 1955 book which is rare and costly, if it can even be found, today)

TEXAS IN THE CONFEDERACY is an accurate and absorbing account of all the Civil War campaigns in which any Texas organization participated -- such famous units as Hood's Texas Brigade, Walker's Division, Terry's Texas Rangers and Sibley's Arizona Brigade, as well as many little-known ones.

Colonel Henderson, through long research, has sought to make this book as comprehensive as possible and include every organization, whether predominately Texan or only partly made up of Texans, and whether the unit served in theaters of war outside Texas or was a unit of State Troops.

This book is valuable for bringing together all these organizations into one handy compilation, and for creating a stirring story of patriotism, bravery, humor and action that will be the source of pride for everyone with Texas ancestry.

166 pags, paperback, index

Add to Cart $20.00

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