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William Penn Boudinot was Stand Watie's nephew. He was educated in Philadelphia, returning to the Nation in 1850. He became clerk of the National Council in 1851. He was the older brother of Elias C. Boudinot who was secretary for the Arkansas secession convention, Watie's second in command in 1861 and '62, Hindman's aide-de-camp at Prairie Grove AR, and the Cherokee Nation's delegate to the Confederate Congress. Their younger brother, Frank, stayed in the East after his education, enlisted in the Union Army, and was killed in the fighting before Richmond near the end of the war.

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R.W. Lee's Texas Battery
Roswell W. Lee
Re: Roswell W. Lee
Lee's Battery
Capt. Alex Foreman
Re: Capt. Alex Foreman
1st Cherokee Mtd Volunteers
More identified!
2nd Co. E, 1st Cherokee Mounted Rifles
Foreman's Company
Lee's-Humphreys' Battery
Emmet Starr's "History of the Cherokee"
Lee's Light Battery
Updates to your roster!
Comments requested
Jr. 2nd Lt. "Riley Wise"
Great Work, Gerald!
Thanks Ralph!
Lee's-Humphreys' Battery
Lee's Battery
Indian Territory Battery
1st Cherokee Battery, PACS
Capt. John T. Humphreys
Re: Capt. John T. Humphreys
Re: Capt. John T. Humphreys