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Brannon Carter Copeland Evans Frezell Hanscomb Hatcher Matthews McCloud Mobley Poston Powers Richardson Shelton Simmons Smith Wafford

Reported Deaths of Confederate Veterans at Athens, Texas.

Commander L. A. Powers reports the loss of the following members of Howdy Martin Camp, No. 65, Athens, Tex., since last report:

G. R. Evans, Company D, 13th Alabama; T. C. Copeland, Company C, 5th Arkansas; B. B. Brannon, Company E, 6th Texas; B. F. Smith, Company K, 12th Alabama; W. A. McCloud, Company A, 39th Alabama; A. Mobley, Company H, 40th Alabama; J. K. Simmons, Company H, 1st Alabama Cavalry; J. C. Shelton, Willis's Texas Battalion; Hugh Carter, Company H, 4th Texas; C. W. Hanscomb, Company K, 4th Georgia Infantry; E. G. Poston, Company g, 21st Texas Cavalry; W. A. Richardson, Mannion Home Guards; T. W. Frezell, Company G, Kentucky Infantry; Dr. T. M. Matthews, surgeon 12th Texas; W. H. Hatcher, Company F, 4th Tennessee Cavalry; Capt. J. H. Wafford, Company K, 19th Arkansas Infantry.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, April, 1916.

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