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Re: 10th Texas Cavalry Company E, Redwine's Compan

Bobbie, Didnt we correspont earlier? Here is what I have on him.

Nelson, John McCampbell 1826. AWOL in Ky. Transferred to Co. D, 14th Tx. Cav. Survived the war. Listed as buried in Gary Hill Cem., Rusk Co., Tx. in an unmarked grave.

I found the burial data on the Rusk County, Texas Cemetery listings. His name does appear on the original muster rolls for redwines Company in October, 1861. The following names are also listed,

Nelson, John W. C. 1838 1909, buried in Cedar Hill Cem., Cherokee Co., Tx.

Nelson, Taylor Died at Jacksonport, Ark. from measles on 3/31/1862 . Reported dead in the July 18, 1862 edition of the East Texas Times.

If you need more history of the 10th let me know,
Good Hunting, Rusty.

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