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Roswell W. Lee
In Response To: R.W. Lee's Texas Battery ()

I found Roswell W. Lee in The Handbook of Texas Online at as the first postmaster of Old Warren, TX in the 1830s.

I also found this listing on Rootsweb for Pioneer Rest Cemetery in Tarrant County:

Lee, Roswell W., lot 43 block 3 (1810-1873)


This doesn't tell us about the origin of the battery but may help others in finding some information on its first commander.

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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