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Brown Farmer Flghum Flowers Henderson Huddle Lewis Mercer Moore O'Neal Peacock Renfro

Report of Deaths at Paris, Texas and Wilson, North Carolina.

The Memorial Committee of Albert Sidney Johnston Camp of Paris Tex., reported the following deaths in that membership, all of the octagenarians:

"Capt. H. O. Brown, who served with the Orhan Brigade of Kentucky, died at his home, in Paris, on April 30, 1919.

"William Huddle, a Virginian by birth and a long time resident of Texas, died at his home, near Hopewell, in December, 1919. He was a brave and knightly soldier of the Confederacy.

"Monroe Henderson, a veteran of the 29th Alabama Regiment, died in Paris on the 18th of February, 1920. He was a loyal Confederate to the end."

Commander J. C. Hadley reports the loss of nine members of Camp Jesse S. Barnes, U. C. V., at Wilson, N. C. as follows: E, H. Flowers, N. G. Moore, Cas Lewis, Exum O'Neal, W. A. J. Peacock, Wiley Farmer, James W. Mercer, John Hardy Renfro, Joe E. Fulghum.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, October, 1920.

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