D. Sanders, H.C.Sanders, and J.P. Sanders were in Co.C, Lt. Col. Peter C. Hardeman's 1st Texas Cavalry Regiment with my great grandfather, Pvt. Joshua Coffee. One of those Sanders and 23 men of Co. C., including my great grandfather were detailed to Colbert's Ferry on the Red River on picket duty. Those three Sanders were from Fannin Couunty and at one worked at John "Irish Jack" Dixon's Freight Company as a teamster in Pilot Knob, Texas.
In February 1864, the 25 pickets at Colbert's Ferry failed to stop Quantrill and 200 of his followers from crossing the Red River in February 1864 and were listed as deserters. When they were relieved from picket duty in May 1864, all 25 men were placed in Maj. J.R. Diamond's Brush Battalion, Col. James C. Bourland's Border Regiment, C.S.A. The Brush Battalion was stationed at a bivouac near Oxford Lake, 3 miles northwest of Farmersville Texas and 2 miles south of Pilot Knob Texas.
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