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Brown Henderson Huddle

Report of Deaths at Paris, Texas. September, 1920.

The following members of Albert Sidney Johnston Camp at Paris, tex., are reported "missing":

Capt. H. O. Brown died at his home, in Paris, Tex., on April 30, 1919. He served four years as a Confederate soldier in the Orphan Brigade of Kentucky, and died at the ripe age of eighty-three years.

William Huddle died at his home, near Hopewell, during December, 1919. He too, had passed the eightieth milestone, and had been a brave and knightly soldier of the South. He was a Virginian by birth.

Monroe Henderson, a soldier of the 29th Alabama Regiment, C. S. A., died at Paris, Tex., on the 18th of February, 1920, in his eightieth year.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, September, 1920.

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