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Re: 9th Tx Calvary, Co D, Morgans Regt, Co E

Well we learn everyday, it's nice to know her name is Alabama, I have most of the census, but not the 1870 one, and the others list her as Margaret A Chance.
I have a picture of Jefferson Dave, twin to Robert E L, Jefferson is buried in the plot with my parents, grandparents, and Texas's husband Columbus George. I think maybe Texas is buried in the same family plot, but no head stone, and no record at the cemetary of her being buried there, but her obit and death records say she is buried in that cemetary. Newton also married Texas and Columbus in Lamar Co. Tx in 1887, he is listed as a Christian evangelist.
I would sure like to find a picture of Newton, all I have so far is a picture of his head stone at the Shawnee, Ok cemetary.
I plan to send for these service records after the first of the year.
Possible the names come from Jesfferson Davis, and Robert E Lee, just guessing here
Thanks for your reply and all help
Happy Hollidays to all

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