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Williamson County, Texas

1890 Veterans Schedule

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Not Stated      Precinct 1    Precinct 3     Precinct 4     Precinct 5    Precinct 6     Precinct 7    Precinct 8

Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the Rebellion (who are survivors) and widows of such persons in ---- Not Stated ---, County of Williamson, state of Texas, enumerated in June 1890. 
G Carrol Rector

Transcribed by Veneta McKinney

Not Stated
Page No 1 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 143
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

-

-

J M Kinner

Pvt

 

3 Ill Cav

1861

1865

-

-

-

-

 
 
 
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the Rebellion (who are survivors) and widows of such persons in Precinct No 1, County of Williamson, state of Texas, enumerated in June 1890. 
J W Kincaid
 
Transcribed by Veneta McKinney

Precinct No 1
Page No 1 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 142
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

49

49

Owin L Spencer

Sergt

F

5 Vt Inf

Sept 15, 1861

1864

3 y

Georgetown

sprained knee

-

60

60

Sarah F Agner widow of William H. Agner

pvt

A

85 Ind Vol Inf

-

-

6 y

Georgetown

Aug got discharge - not at home

-

97

97

Fannie E Baskins widow of Clark J. Baskins

-

-

discharge sent to atty at Washington

-

Apr 1865

-

Georgetown

wounds and consumption

Died Jan 19, 1886

80

80

Jeremiah B Forbes

pvt

K

12 Ky Cav

-

Apr 1865

-

Georgetown

chronic diarrhea

-

169

169

Green A Jones

pvt

I

11 Ill Cav Inf

Sept 1, 1863

Sept 30, 1865

2 y 1 m

Georgetown

Derammable Cerebro Spinal Scholosis

-

171

171

Reuben S. Shackelford

pvt

C

35 Missouri Vol Inf

Sept 15, 1862

June 28, 1865

2 y 9 m 17 d

Georgetown

-

-

192

192

James Knight

pvt

E

7 Tex Vol Cav

-

-

-

Georgetown

-

-

287

287

George B Worcester

1st sgt

G

2 Vt Vol Cav

May 7, 1861

Mar 14, 1863

1 y 10 m 7 d

Georgetown

chronic diarrhea

contracted in Libby prison

252

252

William P Fleming

hospital steward

USA

-

Aug 15, 1861

1867

6 y

Georgetwon

-

-

405

405

Joseph M Page

1st Lieut

-

25 USA Cap- Dufuque

Sept 21, 1863

July 11, 1864

9 m 20 d

Georgetwon

-

-

413

413

William J Riggins

Pvt

E

11 Mo Cav

-

-

-

Georgetown

-

discharge lost

447

447

Elisha Smith

Pvt

B

3 Ill Cav

-

-

-

Round Rock Williamson Co Tex

hernia

discharge lost

 
Precinct No 1
Page No 2 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 142
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

450

450

Larry B Ivy

pvt

A

6 Tenn Cav

Mar 9, 1864

July 26, 1865

1 y 4 m 26 d

Georgetown Williamson Co Tex

-

-

524

524

James C Hammon

pvt

D

45 Ky Inf

Oct 2, 1862

Dec 24, 1864

1 y 1 m 22 d

Georgetown Williamson Co Tex

-

-

874

874

James W Kincaid

pvt

F

86 Ovi

June 1862

Sept 1862

4 m 5 d

Georgetown Williamson Co Tex

rheumatism and vanicocele

-

559

559

Jeremiah Ward

pvt

E

74 Mo Inf

1863

1864

9 m

-

-

discharge lost

754

754

Powell Raider

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Precinct 1

-

-

750

750

David D Weir

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Precinct 1

-

-

791

791

Caleb Nummson

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Precinct 1

-

-

407

407

James M Frazier

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Georgetown Williamson Co Tex

-

-

367

367

James Pelknington

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Georgetown Williamson Co Tex

-

-

432

432

William A Langford

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Precinct 1

-

-

77

77

George W Naylor

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Georgetown Williamson Co Tex

-

-

 
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the Rebellion (who are survivors) and widows of such persons in Precinct No 3, County of Williamson, state of Texas, enumerated in June 1890. 
Emmett Cluck
 
Transcribed by Veneta McKinney

Precinct No 3
Page No 1 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 144
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

13

13

Rowland, John W

Pvt

B

7 Mass Cav

June 1, 1862

Aug 11, 1862

8 m

Leander Tex

-

-

138

138

Joseph Kauffman

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

110

111

Isom Ferges

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

80

81

Abe Ellason

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

54

54

Jacob Linebarger

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

49

49

Nancie Fox wid

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

19

19

John King

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

183

184

Wm H Erick

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

187

188

James E Taylor

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

137

138

William George

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

237

238

William Scheyley

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

300

301

Thomas G Jackson

-

-

US Sol

-

-

-

Prect 3 Williamson Co Tex

-

-

 
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the Rebellion (who are survivors) and widows of such persons in Precinct No 4, County of Williamson, state of Texas, enumerated in June 1890. 
J W Ledbetter
 
Transcribed by Veneta McKinney

Precinct No 4
Page No 1 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 145
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

211

213

William Tisdale

pvt

G

7 NJ Inf

Sept 18, 1861

Oct 18, 1864

3 y 1 m

Florence Williamson Co Tex

loss of left eye

was in hospital at Harrises

225

227

Andrew J Sammons

pvt

G

7 Ill Cav

Mar 4, 1865

Sept 22, 1865

5 m 18 d

Florence Williamson Co Tex

chronic diarrhea and disease of left leg and thigh

landing 3 months discharge

129

131

Henry T Lee

1st duty sergt

G

1st Art Reg US Inf

Aug 8, 1861

Aug 8, 1864

3 y

Florence Williamson Co Tex

wound in right knee

was lost in a fire

297

299

Margaret Trulove wid of Herbert H Truelove

pvt

E

1 Ala Cav

Mar 1, 1863

Mar 3, 1864

1 y 2 d

Florence Williamson Co Tex

-

now confined to bed and in serious condition left leg and left arm useless

 
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the Rebellion (who are survivors) and widows of such persons in Precinct No 5, County of Williamson, state of Texas, enumerated in June 1890. 
Alonzo P Johnson
 
Transcribed by Veneta McKinney

Precinct No 5
Page No 1 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 146
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

90

-

John H Laywell

pvt

I

7 Va Cav

Nov 12, 1861

Jan 31, 1864

2 y 2 m 19 d

Corn Mill Tex

Acute Rheumatism

-

221

-

Frank Willcach

pvt

F

31 Mo Inf

Aug 17, 1862

Jan 12, 1865

2 y 9 m 26 d

Cor

lung disease

can't give exact day of inlistment or day of discharge

203

-

Isaac N Moris

pvt

H

9 Kan

Oct 1862

Apr 1863

6 m

Corn Mill Tex

deafness in left ear

-

211

-

William R Peyton

-

-

-

-

-

-

Precinct No 5

-

-

 
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the Rebellion (who are survivors) and widows of such persons in Precinct No 6, County of Williamson, state of Texas, enumerated in June 1890. 
A R Aten
 
Transcribed by Veneta McKinney

Precinct No 6
Page No 1 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 147
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

17

18

Daniel Eckert

-

-

-

-

-

3 m

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

lost his discharge was in and knows regt

35

37

Johnathan Davidson

2 sergt

D

32 Ky Inf

Oct 28, 1862

Aug 12, 1863

9 m 14 d

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

has got his discharge

51

54

Thomas J Camp

corp

L

2 Ill Cav

July 15, 1861

Aug 12, 1864

3 y 1 m 10 d

Taylor Tex

 

has his discharge

66

67

Thomas Kays

priv

D

13 Penn Cav

July 1861

July 21, 1865

2 y 2 m

Taylor Tex

hurt in left knee and right eye

discharge at Washington

95

98

William Lucas

priv

 

----- in Marine service

1864

1865

-

Taylor Tex

-

has lost discharge

166

176

Charles A Gordon

capt

K

39 Tex Inf

Aug 21, 1861

Dec 20, 1864

3 y 4 m

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

-

210

221

Tredrice Young wid of Charles Young

capt

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

papers are lost he was killed

223

234

Erasmus Compton

sergt

C

3 Ky Inf

Aug 7, 1861

May 25, 1863

1 y 10 m

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

-

259

270

Justus L Chinn

-

-

-

-

-

-

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

discharge lost was in -- regt

292

304

Henry H Bassett

corp

F

88 Ill Inf

Aug 9, 1862

June 9, 1865

2 y 10 m

-

-

-

315

327

Elizabeth Gossett wid of Blachly C W Caughron

pvt

D

3rd Ky Inf

Nov 5, 1861

Jan 10, 1865

3 y 2 m 5 d

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

-

360

372

Mathew J Cummings

p

H

66 NY Inf

Aug 20, 1861

Sept 12, 1864

3 y 20 d

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

-

 
Precinct No 6
Page No 2 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 147
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

350

362

Patrick Garman

sgt

A

3 Wis Inf

Apr 18, 1861

Oct 24, 1862

1 y 6 m

Taylor, Williamson Co Tex

gun shot in right lung

this person is a pensioner

358

370

Hammond Gardner

sgt

C

4 Penn Cav

Jan 1864

July 7, 1865

1 y 6 m

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

has lost his discharge

378

390

James Patterson

-

-

-

-

-

-

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

this person is a col soldier and discharge is now in Washington

423

436

Thomas P Pollack

pvt

B

14 Ind Lt

Feb 22, 1862

Aug 30, 1865

3 y 6 m 9 d

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

eye sight failed from exposure

his discharge is now in Washington

496

508

David M Reed

pvt

B

24 NY Inf

Mar 16, 1861

Aug 1861

5 m

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

sight and hearing

this person served in regular service after war and was discharged

-

-

David M Reed

pvt

D

24 Iowa Inf

1864

1865

19 m

Taylor Williamson Co Tex

-

-

755

767

John Lockard

-

E

32 Ind Inf

Aug 13, 1862

-

-

Circleville Williamson Co Tex

had small pox at Nashville Tenn

-

828

840

David C Gilliam

-

A

1 Ala cav

Jan 20, 1864

Oct 20, 1865

9 m

Circleville Williamson Co Tex

-

-

839

851

William Lucas

-

-

mife squadron

Mar 1861

June 28, 1865

3 y 9 m

Taylor

rec wound on Tenn River

-

892

904

Mary An Tate widow of --- Tate

pvt

A

13 Ky Cav

1863

-

-

Circleville

-

This soldier died 1863 at Lexington Ky

893

905

Joel T Gossett

pvt

G

Ky Inf

-

1863

2 y

Taylor

-

this sold discharge lost

1031

1043

William H Floore

-

K

100 Pa Inf

Aug 28, 1861

-

3 y 11 m

San Gabrel

rheumatism

lost health in US service

457

469

Patrick Casey

soldier

-

-

-

-

-

Precinct 6

-

-

601

613

David T Forest

US Navy

-

-

-

-

-

Precinct 6

-

-

 
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the Rebellion (who are survivors) and widows of such persons in Precinct No 7, County of Williamson, state of Texas, enumerated in June 1890. 
Thomas S Hannah
 
Transcribed by Veneta McKinney

Precinct No 7
Page No 1 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 148
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

12

12

S T Hutson wid of Z T Hutson

pvt

I

2 Ark Inf

July 1864

May 1865

10 m

Beaukiss

-

-

25

25

Frederick Hill

pvt

-

2 Ark Inf

10 mar 1862

10 Aug 1865

3 y 5 m

Beaukiss

-

-

151

152

A Riley

pvt

C

-

Sept 1863

Sept 1863

1 y

-

-

-

 
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the Rebellion (who are survivors) and widows of such persons in Precinct No 8, County of Williamson, state of Texas, enumerated in June 1890. 
H G Nible
 
Transcribed by Veneta McKinney

Precinct No 8
Page No 1 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 149
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

1

1

Henry G Nible

corp

A

14 Mo Inf

7 Feb 1864

19 July 1865

1 y 5 m 12 d

Georgetown Tex

rheumatism in left shoulder

-

50

51

Adrian R Aten

corp

G

77 Ill Inf

13 Aug 1862

10 Jul 1865

2 y 10 m 27 d

Old Round Rock Tex

broken shoulder, leg, left ---, one foot and piles

-

45

46

W B Miller

orderly sgt

C

188 Ind Inf

J 1865

-

-

Old Round Rock Tex

piles very bad every since he left the army

does not know dates

85

87

Mathew Pate

-

-

27 Ill Inf

-

-

-

Round Rock Tex

-

-

122

124

John Savage

pvt

A

1 Col Inf

Dec 1861

5 Jan 1865

-

Round Rock Tex

has service files - has no relatives here - was from Maine

-

132

134

Selear Monday wid of William H Monday

pvt

-

-

-

-

-

Round Rock Tex

she draws a pension

-

159

161

Seren Euhl

p

A

14 NY Cav

-

-

-

Round Rock Tex

-

was wounded and in hospital a prisoner hence no discharge

175

176

John Myre

pvt

G

4 Mo Cav

1861

June 1865

4 y

Round Rock Tex

was discharged on general order no 44 which was to discharge hospital assistants

-

211

213

Jeff Mosby  - col

pvt

B

65 US Inf

Jan 1864

1865

2 y 6 m

Round Rock Tex

-

-

212

214

George William - col

pvt

E

8 US Ar

24 May 1864

10 Feb 1866

1 y 8 m 6 d

Round Rock Tex

rheumatism

-

252

254

Clem Harvey - col

pvt

H

15 US cav

-

-

-

Round Rock Tex

was shot in left hip in the 7 days fight in Petersbury

can not recollect - papers lost

321

323

Mariah W Hammons - John w Hammon

-

-

-

-

-

-

Round Rock Tex

the widow is unable to give the record ---husband was discharged at Knoxville Tenn

-

 
Precinct No 8
Page No 2 -- Supervisor District No. 6 -- Enumeration District No. 149
 

House
No

Family
No.

Name

Rank

Comp.

Name of Reg

Date Enl.

Date Disch.

Length of Ser

P O

Disability

Remarks

329

331

John Samuelson

pvt

O

29 Mich Inf

-

-

-

Round Rock Tex

was ruptured in the service can not remember when or where

Has also been sunstroked - Suffers from it

323

324

Joseph B Ross

pvt

C

15 Ohio Inf

Oct 1862

Oct 1865

3 y

Hutto Tex

piles 25 years - exposure during war

-

413

415

Spencer H Carpenter

pvt

G

77 Ohio Inf

Nov 1861

Nov 1863

2

Hutto Tex

got strained lifting logs to build brease works at Shilo so he has had piles ever since.  They are getting worse

-

-

-

veteran

pvt

G

77 Ohio Inf

Nov 1863

1865

3 y

-

-

-

432

437

Charles M Payne

pvt

H

6 Miss Inf

5 Aug 1862

19 Aug 1865

3 y 14 d

Hutto Tex

shot in left lung in 1864

-

587

589

Mary E Allen wid of W M T Allen

pvt

K

150 Ill inf

1864

1865

-

Round Rock Tex

Mr. Allen died in 1885

Allen was a veteran - he served in 2 regts papers are in Washington on file for pension.

661

663

John Calloway

pvt

W

99 NY Inf

Oct 1861

May 1863

2 y

-

-

-

665

667

Jackson Rhoda

pvt

H

7 Ill Inf

21 Apr 1861

20 July 1861

3 m

-

-

-

-

-

veteran

pvt

H

7 Ill Inf

23 July 1861

22 July 1864

3 y

-

-

-

729

729

Joseph W Gassoway

pvt

D

10 Ten Cav

-

1 Aug 1865

-

Austin Travis Co Tex

rheumatism incurred during the war

-

 


 

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