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    06/16/2012 04:00:46
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    06/16/2012 04:00:18
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] J Linscum - John Linscomb
    2. dorothy newberry
    3. Thanks for sharing your information.  Have you read the diary of Captain George W. O'Brien?  It is quite informative about the 11th.  Regards,Dorothy Hays Newberry Dorothy Hays Newberry Daughters of the Republic of Texas Researching: Ferguson, Chapman, Burns, Cundiff,Whitmore, Hasley,Call, Newberry   --- On Sat, 4/16/11, Carter <[email protected]> wrote: From: Carter <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] J Linscum - John Linscomb To: [email protected] Date: Saturday, April 16, 2011, 7:11 AM Hello Lizabeth, My ggf, John Boatwright, also fought in Spaight's Battalion, 21st Texas, later known as the 11th. Name & Rank: JOHN L. BOATRIGHT, PVT Commanding Officer: Capt. W.H. Griffin & Capt. John Tubbs Organization: Co. A, Speight's Battalion, 21st Regiment Enlisted:  May 06, 1862 in Parker County Texas. He was at both battles at Sabine Pass. Being a veteran of The Mexican War, he was a sharp-shooter. Ironically, another ggf was also at the same battles, in a different unit, William Presley, Texas 13th, heavy artillery cannon crew. I am very proud of my Great-great-grandfather, John L. Boatright.  He was the grandson of Thomas & Amy Boatright enumerated in the first fifteen colonists of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred.  John and his parents are recognized Texas First Families.  John L. Boatright was a young man at the time of the birth of the Republic of Texas and later he witnessed the realization of Sam Houston's vision of Texas Statehood in 1846. During the Mexican War, he once again took up arms and again fought for Texas 1846-1848.  He supported and fought for the cause of the Confederacy and felt the bitter disappointment of defeat as he witnessed the Confederate Flag wave for the last time over Texas.  His generation rebuilt Texas during the reconstruction period that followed the devastation of the Civil war. John L Boatright was the very essence of the Spirit of Texas. I am honored and privileged to be his great-great-grandson. We honor our ancestors by perpetuating their memories, Mr. Leland Carter ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lizabeth Hancock" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2011 6:32 AM Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] J Linscum - John Linscomb Hello, I checked the archives for messages and they seemed a bit sparse so I wanted to see if the list was still active with members still in touch. My grgr grandfather John Linscomb was in Spaight's battalion. His records are under "J Linscum". Found them on footnote.com. He was detailed to the gunboat Clifton on Sep 10 1863. He was in Company B. There are no other entries after that so I don't know his history. Seems I'm not the only one missing a bit of background on an ancestor. With this being the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, it's a good time to continue my history education with a little reading. Any website suggestions? I've exhausted Ancestry and footnote and findagrave. John had 3 other brothers in the war but in different battalions. They all came home and are accounted for. Thanks Lizabeth Linscomb Hancock ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/16/2011 07:55:26
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] J Linscum - John Linscomb
    2. dorothy newberry
    3. I don't know if you saw my other posting about the diary of Captain George W. O'Brien. It is very interesting reading about the 11th Spaight's Bat.  (That is Ashley W. Spaight not the other Speight, different spelling.....different person.   Hope that is the one you are  speaking of. Also Hill College has an excellent amount of information about where units went, what  battles they fought etc.  But, as far as personal info about soldiers, there is not much. Not that I have found anyway.  You can write to Washington D.C. military archives and they can do a search for you about your ancestor.  Normally, all they have are a few pay voucher type instruments, that tell how much the soldier was paid for a certain  length of time.   That's all I found on mine.  The best possibility of learning more about your ancestor is if someone claimed a pension because of their military service.  If   they did, you can order those papers also and it will tell maybe where they enlisted and it is a questionnaire  from people that served with them sworn before some type of  magistrate.     Sorry if I am telling you things that you already know. Regards,Dorothy Hays Newberry Dorothy Hays Newberry Daughters of the Republic of Texas Researching: Ferguson, Chapman, Burns, Cundiff,Whitmore, Hasley,Call, Newberry   --- On Sat, 4/16/11, Lizabeth Hancock <[email protected]> wrote: From: Lizabeth Hancock <[email protected]> Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] J Linscum - John Linscomb To: [email protected] Date: Saturday, April 16, 2011, 6:32 AM Hello, I checked the archives for messages and they seemed a bit sparse so I wanted to see if the list was still active with members still in touch. My grgr grandfather John Linscomb was in Spaight's battalion. His records are under "J Linscum". Found them on footnote.com. He was detailed to the gunboat Clifton on Sep 10 1863. He was in Company B. There are no other entries after that so I don't know his history. Seems I'm not the only one missing a bit of background on an ancestor. With this being the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, it's a good time to continue my history education with a little reading. Any website suggestions? I've exhausted Ancestry and footnote and findagrave. John had 3 other brothers in the war but in different battalions. They all came home and are accounted for. Thanks Lizabeth Linscomb Hancock ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/16/2011 07:52:54
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] J Linscum - John Linscomb
    2. Carter
    3. Hello Lizabeth, My ggf, John Boatwright, also fought in Spaight's Battalion, 21st Texas, later known as the 11th. Name & Rank: JOHN L. BOATRIGHT, PVT Commanding Officer: Capt. W.H. Griffin & Capt. John Tubbs Organization: Co. A, Speight's Battalion, 21st Regiment Enlisted: May 06, 1862 in Parker County Texas. He was at both battles at Sabine Pass. Being a veteran of The Mexican War, he was a sharp-shooter. Ironically, another ggf was also at the same battles, in a different unit, William Presley, Texas 13th, heavy artillery cannon crew. I am very proud of my Great-great-grandfather, John L. Boatright. He was the grandson of Thomas & Amy Boatright enumerated in the first fifteen colonists of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred. John and his parents are recognized Texas First Families. John L. Boatright was a young man at the time of the birth of the Republic of Texas and later he witnessed the realization of Sam Houston's vision of Texas Statehood in 1846. During the Mexican War, he once again took up arms and again fought for Texas 1846-1848. He supported and fought for the cause of the Confederacy and felt the bitter disappointment of defeat as he witnessed the Confederate Flag wave for the last time over Texas. His generation rebuilt Texas during the reconstruction period that followed the devastation of the Civil war. John L Boatright was the very essence of the Spirit of Texas. I am honored and privileged to be his great-great-grandson. We honor our ancestors by perpetuating their memories, Mr. Leland Carter ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lizabeth Hancock" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2011 6:32 AM Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] J Linscum - John Linscomb Hello, I checked the archives for messages and they seemed a bit sparse so I wanted to see if the list was still active with members still in touch. My grgr grandfather John Linscomb was in Spaight's battalion. His records are under "J Linscum". Found them on footnote.com. He was detailed to the gunboat Clifton on Sep 10 1863. He was in Company B. There are no other entries after that so I don't know his history. Seems I'm not the only one missing a bit of background on an ancestor. With this being the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, it's a good time to continue my history education with a little reading. Any website suggestions? I've exhausted Ancestry and footnote and findagrave. John had 3 other brothers in the war but in different battalions. They all came home and are accounted for. Thanks Lizabeth Linscomb Hancock ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/16/2011 01:11:04
    1. [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] J Linscum - John Linscomb
    2. Lizabeth Hancock
    3. Hello, I checked the archives for messages and they seemed a bit sparse so I wanted to see if the list was still active with members still in touch. My grgr grandfather John Linscomb was in Spaight's battalion. His records are under "J Linscum". Found them on footnote.com. He was detailed to the gunboat Clifton on Sep 10 1863. He was in Company B. There are no other entries after that so I don't know his history. Seems I'm not the only one missing a bit of background on an ancestor. With this being the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, it's a good time to continue my history education with a little reading. Any website suggestions? I've exhausted Ancestry and footnote and findagrave. John had 3 other brothers in the war but in different battalions. They all came home and are accounted for. Thanks Lizabeth Linscomb Hancock

    04/15/2011 10:32:02
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Still active??
    2. dorothy newberry
    3. I couldn't tell if there was a question in your message, but my great grandfather, James Edward Ferguson was in Speights Battalion and I believe my great uncle. another James Ferguson (don't have his middle name) and can't seem to find him after the war, so don't know if he died during the war or not.  However, know they both joined up with Speights, they were from Sabine County Tx. Regards,Dorothy Hays Newberry Dorothy Hays Newberry Daughters of the Republic of Texas Researching: Ferguson, Chapman, Burns, Cundiff,Whitmore, Hasley,Call, Newberry   --- On Fri, 4/15/11, Beau Purdom <[email protected]> wrote: From: Beau Purdom <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Still active?? To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> Date: Friday, April 15, 2011, 7:12 PM I am not sure .... I have a few great great grandfathers and 3 great uncles that fought in Spaights :) Beau D. Purdom , Adjutant Editor of "General Lee's Dispatch" R.E. Lee , Camp #239 Sons of Confederate Veterans Fort Worth , Texas [email protected] (817)448-1361 From: Lizabeth Hancock <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 6:14 PM Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Still active?? Is this list still active? I just joined looking for decendants of Spaight's Battalion.   L Linscomb ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/15/2011 02:19:14
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Still active??
    2. Beau Purdom
    3. I am not sure .... I have a few great great grandfathers and 3 great uncles that fought in Spaights :) Beau D. Purdom , Adjutant Editor of "General Lee's Dispatch" R.E. Lee , Camp #239 Sons of Confederate Veterans Fort Worth , Texas [email protected] (817)448-1361 From: Lizabeth Hancock <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 6:14 PM Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Still active?? Is this list still active? I just joined looking for decendants of Spaight's Battalion.   L Linscomb ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/15/2011 11:12:52
    1. [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Still active??
    2. Lizabeth Hancock
    3. Is this list still active? I just joined looking for decendants of Spaight's Battalion.   L Linscomb

    04/15/2011 10:14:53
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th
    2. And the bricks are slave made/oven fired, I have about 6 of them in excellent condition! F.E. Rivers SCV #17500 Maj Josephus S. Irvine Camp#2031 "War means fighting and fighting means killing." LTG N.B. Forrest, CSA ----- Original Message ----- From: "patej" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Saturday, January 02, 2010 9:54 PM Subject: Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th > > The Louisiana Society Order of Confederate Rose is the one putting up the > Historical Markers. The state has to approve the historical accuracy and > then the marker cost $1700 apiece. They will be putting one up at Georgia > Landing in the very near future. > > They put one at Sterling plantation a few years back and we were able to > camp on the battlefield. The sugar house where Spaight's fought has long > been gone, but you can go to the spot where they stood. Bricks are still > there and I was able to collect one. It is out in the middle of a sugar > cane field. > > There is a local man named Buck Tucker that is an expert on the area and > the battle. He is usually more than glad to show people around. > > http://www.lasocr.org/ > > http://www.spaightsbattalion.org/ > > > John > > > > On Fri, 1 Jan 2010 10:09:30 -0500, Don Singleton > <[email protected]> wrote: >> Thank you Jim for that wonderful information. Happy new year. >> >> Sent from my iPhone >> Donald W. Singleton >> >> On Dec 31, 2009, at 7:05 PM, jim hays <[email protected]> wrote: >> >>> Don: I am Dorothy's brother and I have been looking at some of my >>> records >>> about Spaight's Battalion Company D. >>> Company D served under Col. Ashley Spaight.as a volunteer >>> company >>> of infantry men who fought in the civil war >>> along the gulf coast of Texas and into Louisiana. This company >>> along with several others, literally marched all over >>> ----- Louisiana. The largest battle they fought was The battle of >>> Sterling's Plantation on Sept. 29, 1863. Several >>> men from from Company D were killed or wounded on that day. >>> Captian >>> Spurlock of the company also died. The old Sterling >>> Plantation Battlefield. is just a few miles south of Morganza La. We >>> are >>> told there is now a >>> historical marker at the site. I think my sister and I >>> bugged the >>> state enough, to finally get the marker up. Well >>> enjoy your search, if we can help let us know. Jim >>> ----- >>> From: "Don Singleton" <[email protected]> >>> To: <[email protected]> >>> Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 9:32 AM >>> Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th >>> >>> >>>> Hi Friends: I am new to this site. I just found out I am a direct >>>> descendant of the 6 Rawls brothers (My mother was a Rawls) who >>>> fought in >>>> Co. >>>> D of Spaight's 11th. Can anyone tell me how I can find more (as >>>> much as >>>> possible) information about these boys? Thanks in advance! >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> Law Office of Donald W. Singleton, LLC >>>> Corporate Square >>>> 343 Dahlonega St., Bldg. C >>>> Cumming, GA 30040 >>>> Office: 770-889-6010 >>>> Fax: 770-889-6027 >>>> www.dwsingletonlaw.com >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> ------------------------------- >>>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >>>> [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' >>>> without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >>> >>> >>> ------------------------------- >>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >>> [email protected] >>> with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and >>> the body of the message >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' >> without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/03/2010 02:24:13
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th
    2. patej
    3. The Louisiana Society Order of Confederate Rose is the one putting up the Historical Markers. The state has to approve the historical accuracy and then the marker cost $1700 apiece. They will be putting one up at Georgia Landing in the very near future. They put one at Sterling plantation a few years back and we were able to camp on the battlefield. The sugar house where Spaight's fought has long been gone, but you can go to the spot where they stood. Bricks are still there and I was able to collect one. It is out in the middle of a sugar cane field. There is a local man named Buck Tucker that is an expert on the area and the battle. He is usually more than glad to show people around. http://www.lasocr.org/ http://www.spaightsbattalion.org/ John On Fri, 1 Jan 2010 10:09:30 -0500, Don Singleton <[email protected]> wrote: > Thank you Jim for that wonderful information. Happy new year. > > Sent from my iPhone > Donald W. Singleton > > On Dec 31, 2009, at 7:05 PM, jim hays <[email protected]> wrote: > >> Don: I am Dorothy's brother and I have been looking at some of my >> records >> about Spaight's Battalion Company D. >> Company D served under Col. Ashley Spaight.as a volunteer >> company >> of infantry men who fought in the civil war >> along the gulf coast of Texas and into Louisiana. This company >> along with several others, literally marched all over >> ----- Louisiana. The largest battle they fought was The battle of >> Sterling's Plantation on Sept. 29, 1863. Several >> men from from Company D were killed or wounded on that day. >> Captian >> Spurlock of the company also died. The old Sterling >> Plantation Battlefield. is just a few miles south of Morganza La. We >> are >> told there is now a >> historical marker at the site. I think my sister and I >> bugged the >> state enough, to finally get the marker up. Well >> enjoy your search, if we can help let us know. Jim >> ----- >> From: "Don Singleton" <[email protected]> >> To: <[email protected]> >> Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 9:32 AM >> Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th >> >> >>> Hi Friends: I am new to this site. I just found out I am a direct >>> descendant of the 6 Rawls brothers (My mother was a Rawls) who >>> fought in >>> Co. >>> D of Spaight's 11th. Can anyone tell me how I can find more (as >>> much as >>> possible) information about these boys? Thanks in advance! >>> >>> >>> >>> Law Office of Donald W. Singleton, LLC >>> Corporate Square >>> 343 Dahlonega St., Bldg. C >>> Cumming, GA 30040 >>> Office: 770-889-6010 >>> Fax: 770-889-6027 >>> www.dwsingletonlaw.com >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> ------------------------------- >>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >>> [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' >>> without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> [email protected] >> with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and >> the body of the message > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/02/2010 01:54:53
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th
    2. Don Singleton
    3. Thank you Jim for that wonderful information. Happy new year. Sent from my iPhone Donald W. Singleton On Dec 31, 2009, at 7:05 PM, jim hays <[email protected]> wrote: > Don: I am Dorothy's brother and I have been looking at some of my > records > about Spaight's Battalion Company D. > Company D served under Col. Ashley Spaight.as a volunteer > company > of infantry men who fought in the civil war > along the gulf coast of Texas and into Louisiana. This company > along with several others, literally marched all over > ----- Louisiana. The largest battle they fought was The battle of > Sterling's Plantation on Sept. 29, 1863. Several > men from from Company D were killed or wounded on that day. > Captian > Spurlock of the company also died. The old Sterling > Plantation Battlefield. is just a few miles south of Morganza La. We > are > told there is now a > historical marker at the site. I think my sister and I > bugged the > state enough, to finally get the marker up. Well > enjoy your search, if we can help let us know. Jim > ----- > From: "Don Singleton" <[email protected]> > To: <[email protected]> > Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 9:32 AM > Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th > > >> Hi Friends: I am new to this site. I just found out I am a direct >> descendant of the 6 Rawls brothers (My mother was a Rawls) who >> fought in >> Co. >> D of Spaight's 11th. Can anyone tell me how I can find more (as >> much as >> possible) information about these boys? Thanks in advance! >> >> >> >> Law Office of Donald W. Singleton, LLC >> Corporate Square >> 343 Dahlonega St., Bldg. C >> Cumming, GA 30040 >> Office: 770-889-6010 >> Fax: 770-889-6027 >> www.dwsingletonlaw.com >> >> >> >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' >> without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > the body of the message

    01/01/2010 03:09:30
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th
    2. jim hays
    3. Don: I am Dorothy's brother and I have been looking at some of my records about Spaight's Battalion Company D. Company D served under Col. Ashley Spaight.as a volunteer company of infantry men who fought in the civil war along the gulf coast of Texas and into Louisiana. This company along with several others, literally marched all over ----- Louisiana. The largest battle they fought was The battle of Sterling's Plantation on Sept. 29, 1863. Several men from from Company D were killed or wounded on that day. Captian Spurlock of the company also died. The old Sterling Plantation Battlefield. is just a few miles south of Morganza La. We are told there is now a historical marker at the site. I think my sister and I bugged the state enough, to finally get the marker up. Well enjoy your search, if we can help let us know. Jim ----- From: "Don Singleton" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 9:32 AM Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th > Hi Friends: I am new to this site. I just found out I am a direct > descendant of the 6 Rawls brothers (My mother was a Rawls) who fought in > Co. > D of Spaight's 11th. Can anyone tell me how I can find more (as much as > possible) information about these boys? Thanks in advance! > > > > Law Office of Donald W. Singleton, LLC > Corporate Square > 343 Dahlonega St., Bldg. C > Cumming, GA 30040 > Office: 770-889-6010 > Fax: 770-889-6027 > www.dwsingletonlaw.com > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    12/31/2009 11:05:26
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th
    2. Don Singleton
    3. Thank you for the information, Dorothy. Yes, they are from Tyler Co., Tx. Law Office of Donald W. Singleton, LLC Corporate Square 343 Dahlonega St., Bldg. C Cumming, GA 30040 Office: 770-889-6010 Fax: 770-889-6027 www.dwsingletonlaw.com -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of dorothy newberry Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 8:39 PM To: [email protected] Subject: Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th Hey Don, Welcome! Not sure how to go about finding out about the brothers, but a very good source to find out about Spaights 11th is thru Hill College in Hillsboro Tx.  They have a great Civil War library/ museum there and are very helpful and knowledgeable about a lot of the Civil War info.  My brother and I visited there about 10 years ago.  They share information about the different units and also want information about the same.  In fact, they have an original 11th Spaights battle flag that they brought out, unrolled and let us see.  It is in very poor condition.  But, to say the least, it was a very moving moment for us.  I used to live in Tyler County (Woodville)TX and there were quite a few Rawls in that county, is that where your ancesters were from, or do you know? My ancester was actuall in company "C' of the 11th, he was from Sabine County TX. Regards, Dorothy Newberry Tyler, TX 903 316 8847 ________________________________ From: Don Singleton <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Sent: Wed, December 30, 2009 9:32:52 AM Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th Hi Friends:  I am new to this site.  I just found out I am a direct descendant of the 6 Rawls brothers (My mother was a Rawls) who fought in Co. D of Spaight's 11th.  Can anyone tell me how I can find more (as much as possible) information about these boys?  Thanks in advance! Law Office of Donald W. Singleton, LLC Corporate Square 343 Dahlonega St., Bldg. C Cumming, GA  30040 Office:  770-889-6010 Fax: 770-889-6027 www.dwsingletonlaw.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    12/31/2009 01:43:19
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th
    2. dorothy newberry
    3. Hey Don, Welcome! Not sure how to go about finding out about the brothers, but a very good source to find out about Spaights 11th is thru Hill College in Hillsboro Tx.  They have a great Civil War library/ museum there and are very helpful and knowledgeable about a lot of the Civil War info.  My brother and I visited there about 10 years ago.  They share information about the different units and also want information about the same.  In fact, they have an original 11th Spaights battle flag that they brought out, unrolled and let us see.  It is in very poor condition.  But, to say the least, it was a very moving moment for us.  I used to live in Tyler County (Woodville)TX and there were quite a few Rawls in that county, is that where your ancesters were from, or do you know? My ancester was actuall in company "C' of the 11th, he was from Sabine County TX. Regards, Dorothy Newberry Tyler, TX 903 316 8847 ________________________________ From: Don Singleton <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Sent: Wed, December 30, 2009 9:32:52 AM Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th Hi Friends:  I am new to this site.  I just found out I am a direct descendant of the 6 Rawls brothers (My mother was a Rawls) who fought in Co. D of Spaight's 11th.  Can anyone tell me how I can find more (as much as possible) information about these boys?  Thanks in advance! Law Office of Donald W. Singleton, LLC Corporate Square 343 Dahlonega St., Bldg. C Cumming, GA  30040 Office:  770-889-6010 Fax: 770-889-6027 www.dwsingletonlaw.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    12/30/2009 10:39:22
    1. [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Rawls brothers - Co. D of 11th
    2. Don Singleton
    3. Hi Friends: I am new to this site. I just found out I am a direct descendant of the 6 Rawls brothers (My mother was a Rawls) who fought in Co. D of Spaight's 11th. Can anyone tell me how I can find more (as much as possible) information about these boys? Thanks in advance! Law Office of Donald W. Singleton, LLC Corporate Square 343 Dahlonega St., Bldg. C Cumming, GA 30040 Office: 770-889-6010 Fax: 770-889-6027 www.dwsingletonlaw.com

    12/30/2009 03:32:52
    1. Re: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Meeting at Niblett's Bluff
    2. John P Pate
    3. Thanks!!! -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Don Benton Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 9:59 PM To: [email protected] Subject: [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Meeting at Niblett's Bluff Hi John, It was nice meeting you last Saturday at Niblett's Bluff. I will try and get the info you wanted on T R Jackson and send it in a few weeks. Regards, Don Benton ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    05/10/2009 08:16:33
    1. [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Book
    2. John P Pate
    3. http://woodlandsonline.com/npps/story.cfm?nppage=30352

    05/10/2009 08:13:56
    1. [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Meeting at Niblett's Bluff
    2. Don Benton
    3. Hi John, It was nice meeting you last Saturday at Niblett's Bluff. I will try and get the info you wanted on T R Jackson and send it in a few weeks. Regards, Don Benton

    04/23/2009 03:59:06
    1. [11TH-TEXAS-BATTALION] Our latest newsletter
    2. John P Pate
    3. http://www.spaightsbattalion.org/Spaight's%20Newsletter%2009%20Apr.pdf

    04/10/2009 03:22:40