In the graveyard of the little Jersey Methodist Church at Jersey, in Walton County, is the grave of John H. Wall, a member of the 11 Texas Cavalry according to his tombstone. It gives May 5, 1865, as his date of death, and adds, "A Brave Soldier Who Never Surrendered; Killed by a Federal Lieutenant." Does anyone know of the specifics of his death? Was he killed resisting capture, or was he murdered, an not unheard of occurrence in parts of the postwar occupied South? I do not know if he was on his way home from Greensboro, N.C., after having been paroled (although this seems unlikely, since the troops were not paroled there until April 30 and May 1), or if he was recuperating from wounds/sickness at Jersey, or if he had relatives in the area, or jsut what? I understand that he was previously in a Texas militia unit in 1862, so that he was living in Texas at the time of enlistment in the 11 TEX CAV, and was not a Georgian who enlisted in a Texas unit.