John G. Walker, Captain,
A. W. Morris, 1st Lieutenant, Montgomery County, wounded at Woodsonville, Kentucky, resigned and died.
Henry Thomas, 2nd Lieutenant, Harris County, resigned January 1862.
S. P. Christian, 3rd Lieutenant, Harris County, elected Captain, January, 1862, promoted to Major, July, 1863, Lieutenant Colonel in 1865, wounded at Farmington,
A. W. Hottle, 1st Sergeant, Montgomery County, promoted to Major and Quartermaster; died in
No other non-commissioned officers elected.
D. Alexander discharged at Bowling Green,
J. H. Alexander.
H. Bowling, elected lieutenant, January, 1862; resigned May, 1863.
G. Bowling wounded and discharged.
A. L. Baine, Washington County, killed at
J. W. Bowers,
J. L. Bowers,
H. J. Barfield,
T. J. Burroughs, Montgomery County, discharged, October, 1863.
R. R. Benjamin, Leon County, killed at Dandridge, East Tennessee, January, 1863.
Page Bloodgood, Harris (Chambers)
County, was seriously wounded at
A. B. Briscoe, Harris County, elected lieutenant, March, 1863.
D. K. Browning, Washington County, killed near Kirkville, March 13, 1863.
William Ballantine, Washington County, transferred to infantry.
G. P. Burke, Harris County, company clerk to brigade.
James Bates, Montgomery County, discharged in 1862; died in
A. Billingsly, Washington County, discharged in 1862.
Joe Collins, Victoria County, died at Bowling Green, Kentucky, in 1861.
J. A. Collins, Victoria County, elected lieutenant, December, 1862, wounded and resigned, July 13, 1863.
L. S. Crunk, Washington County, wounded at
J. T. Coats, Victoria County, present.
S. T. Conway, Victoria County, wounded at
William Cheney, Washington County, present.
T. Chatham, Montgomery County, present.
T. C. Clay, Washington County, promoted Ordnance Officer,
R. N. Condren,
Theo Cofield, Washington County, discharged at Woodburn, Kentucky, in 1862.
James Cartwright, Washington County, discharged at Woodburn, Kentucky, in 1862.
N. B. Dillard, Washington County, died in prison.
Aaron Martin “Dick” Dunman, Harris (Chambers)
R. L. Dunman, Harris (Chambers ) County, present. Wounded at
S. M. Dennis,
S. Epperson, died in prison.
L. H. A. Epperson, killed at
J. W. S. Emerson, prisoner of war.
F. M. Elam, thirteen horses killed or wounded under him.
W. H. Elkins, died in
J. C. Fowler, killed in
John Farmer, wounded at
Montgomery County, killed in
J. W. Forsgard, promoted to Ordnance Department.
W. M. Grubb,
T. A. Golder, prisoner of war.
J. A. Glover.
John Grisett, Washington County, discharged in 1862.
J. R. Grant, transferred to the 8th Infantry from Hood's
Thomas Haynes, Washington County, discharged and killed by accident on the way home.
Daniel Hoffman, Harris County, elected Lieutenant, May, 1863, and killed at Farmerville.
Henry Hunter, elected Lieutenant, promoted to Captain, wounded at
John W. Haskell, elected Lieutenant, in 1863, killed November 28th, 1864.
A. L. Hammond, died March 23rd, 1871.
W. H. Harmon,
H. Hemnoff, present.
Thomas Hoxey, promoted Major of battalion, discharged May, 1862, died in 1864.
C. Janks, Washington County, died in 1867.
A. Janks, wounded and discharged.
Ben Johnson, discharged in Kentucky, in 1862.
J. A. P. Jackson, wounded at Woodsonville,
J. Cicero Jenkins.
J. A. Katchler,
Theo C. Lubbock, Harris County, promoted to Captain, Trans-
M. A. Lee, killed in
William Moss, killed at Murfreesboro, July 13, 1862.
________ McClennan, discharged.
P. Milton, wounded at Farmington,
D. C. Muckle, Montgomery County, killed November 28, 1864.
D. Mitchell, Montgomery County, died in prison.
J. Mitchell, Montgomery County, wounded September 17, 1864.
J. F. 'Doc' Matthews,
J. W. Matthews.
W. E. Moore, wounded at
J. W. Martin.
Ed Malone, discharged at Corinth; died July 12, 1867, at
Ed McKnight, wounded and disabled for infantry, and transferred from Hood's Brigade.
J. McCormack, died in Kentucky, in 1862.
A. McMurry, discharged in 1863.
_______ McAvoy, transferred to White's Battery, in 1863.
A. W. Proctor, Washington County, wounded at
T. J. Proctor.
J. S. Paul, died at Chattanooga,
J. B. Pinkston, Montgomery County, wounded.
J. H. Pinchback, died in 1887.
J. D. Parks, killed in
M. T. Parks, discharged at
William M. Pitts, died in Nashville, 1862.
J. W. Rowt, Washington County, discharged.
S. R. Rowt.
G. R. Rowt.
J. N. Rogers, discharged.
H. G. Rice, discharged, March, 1863.
M. A. Royston, promoted Adjutant to regiment and Lieutenant Colonel, and Assistant Adjutant General.
Tom Reverly, transferred from Hood's Brigade in
S. P. Soser, died at Huntsville, Alabama, in 1863.
W. Soser, discharged.
R. G. Simonton, wounded in
_____ Thaxton, Washington County, wounded in
J. H. Thompson, wounded and discharged.
C. W. Voght, present.
P. M. West, died in prison.
J. H. West.
P. C. Walker, Harris County, died in
J. W. Woods, died in prison.
Tom Williams, wounded in
W. H. Warren.
T. T. Wayne, discharged.
Richard West, discharged in 1863, died in 1869.
Fred Weegan, died at
Tom Walker, transferred to 4th
Hays T. Yarrington.
Rangers, also known as the Eighth Texas Cavalry, is one of the most famous
cavalry units to have served during the War Between the States. Terry's Rangers
were organized in
B.F. Terry, a
(Info: From Mr. Jay Lyons)
It is noticed
in many period pictures of Texans, whether they were Cavalry or Infantry, that
they wore a Silver Star on their person. This Star had a history before the war