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Adams Bond Burford Butler Dake Gibson Joiner Nabors Parsons Priddy Ross Stedman Ward Williams

Report of Deaths of Confederate Veterans at Mexia, Texas.

Adjt. H. W. Williams has reported the following deaths in Joe Johnson Camp, No. 94, Mexia, Tex., from July, 1912, to July, 1914:

Stephen Finley Bond, born near Knoxville, Tenn., died at Mexia, Tex., aged seventy-eight years; private on Company G, Texas State Troops.

John Butler, born in North Carolina, died at Mexia, Tex., aged seventy-five years; private in Company A, 5th Alabama Infantry.

Fielding Yeager Dake, born at Danville, Ky., died at Corsicana, Tex., aged seventy-eight years; captain of Company F, 9th Missouri Infantry.

Henry Clay Joiner, born in Henry County, Ala., died at Groesbeck, Tex., aged seventy years; orderly sergeant Company E, 19th Texas Infantry.

Jacob Parsons, born in North Carolina, died at Groesbeck, Tex., aged seventy-seven years; private in Company G, 4th Georgia Cavalry.

George Washington Ross, born in Kentucky, died near Mexia, Tex., aged eighty-two years; private in Company H, 4th Missouri Cavalry.

Jasper Stedman, born in Alabama, died at Wortham, Tex., aged seventy-three years; private in Company C, 5th Alabama Infantry.

Richard P. Ward, born in Henry County, Ga., died at Mexia, Tex., aged sixty-four years; private in Company F, 12th Texas Cavalry.

Marion Adams, born in Obion County, Tenn., died at Mexia, Tex., aged eighty-six years; first lieutenant of Company D, 20th Texas Infantry.

William L. Adams, born in DeKalb County, Tenn., died near Mexia, Tex., aged seventy-six years; private in Company D, 10th Texas Infantry.

A. W. Burford, born in Jefferson County, Ala., died at Fort Worth, Tex., aged sixty-eight years; private in Company A, 7th Alabama Cavalry.

Thomas J. Gibson, born in Baldwin County, Ga., died in Mexia, Tex., aged seventy-one years; private in Company B, 12th Georgia Infantry.

A. M. Nabors, born in Shelby County, Ala., died near Mart, Tex., aged sixty-seven years; sergeant of Company H, 49th Alabama Infantry.

M. L. Priddy, born in Alabama, died near Groesbeck, Tex., aged seventy-eight years; sergeant of Company F, 31st Mississippi Infantry.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, January, 1915.

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