Burleson County 

And The Civil War

 This page is an attempt to help you find your Burleson County ancestor who fought in the Civil War no matter which side. If you have any information which you would like to contribute to this site please contact me Gayle Triller. You will be given full credit for any thing you contribute. I would like to see this and all of the Burleson County site grow and fill up  with information.

Obituaries- A list of obituaries of Civil War Soldiers from Burleson County newspapers.
             

 Service Markers  - Service markers of Civil War Soldiers in Burleson County Cemeteries.
                      

 Newspapers- Excerpts from Newspaper articles that mention Civil War Veterans.
                    

 18th Brigade - A list of the men from Burleson Co who were part of the Lexington Invincibles.

 Company H - A list of men from Burleson Co. who were in Company H of the 2nd Texas Infantry.

 Terrys Texas Rangers - A list of men from Burleson Co. who were part of Terrys Texas Rangers
                                       during the Civil War.

 Company G - A list of men from Burleson Co. who were in Company G The Burleson Guards
                        of the 2nd Texas Infantry.

 Civil War VeteransA list of men from Burleson Co. who fought in the Civil War.
                                    Some were from Burleson Co. at the time of the war and some moved
                                    there later.  

 W.S. Lackey -    An article written  by W.S. Lackey about his experience in a Pennsylvania Prisoner of War Camp.

 Civil War Pension Applications  - A list of those who applied for a pension while living in Burleson County.
 

 Confederate Reunion Photo - A photo taken at a Confederate Reunion in Burleson County.

Reunion Photo #2 - Another copy of the above Photo with some of the names. 

 Fifty Years Ago  - An article by T. F. Mays on the battle at Millicans Bend in Mississippi.

 Confederate, Veteran Writes About Battle  - An article written by T. F. Mays one year after previous article.

1890 Texas Union Soldier Schedule -  From the 1890 Census

Last Update Thursday, 23-Aug-2012 01:08:16 EDT

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