35th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Brown's)
35th (Brown's) Cavalry Regiment was organized with 927 men in October, 1863, by consolidating the 12th (Brown's) and Roundtree's Texas Cavalry Battalions. The unit served in the Trans-Mississippi Department and in January, 1864, contained 29 officers and 409 men. It skirmished in Texas and was on scouting duty along the coast. On June 2, 1865, it was included in the surrender. The field officers were Colonel Reuben R. Brown, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel W. Perkins, and Major Lee C. Roundtree.
35th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Likens')
35th (Likens') Cavalry Regiment was organized in October, 1863, by consolidating Likens' and Burns' Texas Cavalry Battalions. Many of themen were from Jefferson, Hopkins, Upshur, and Smith counties. The unit served in H. Bee's and Bagby's Brigade, Trans-Mississippi Department, and participated in various conflicts in Louisiana including the engagements at Mansfield and Pleasant Hill. Early in 1865 it moved to Beaumont, Texas, and remained there until the end of the war. The regiment was included in the surrender in June. Its commanders were Colonel James B. Likens, Lieutenant Colonel James R. Burns, and Major William A. Wortham.
35th Regiment, Texas Cavalry
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