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Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 8 0 Browse Search
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surgeon Clark's Missouri infantry. Reuben Jernette, Greenville, Tex., surgeon Stevens' Texas dismounted cavalry. Isaac Shelby Taylor, Palestine, Tex., Hawpe's Texas dismounted cavalry. John M. Lacy, Cave Hill, Ark., assistant surgeon Brooks' ArkanBelleville, La., assistant surgeon Harrison (La.) cavalry. Jeptha D. Bass, Homer, La., assistant surgeon, ordered to General Taylor for duty. John W. Madden, Waco, Tex., assistant surgeon Gurley's Thirtieth Texas cavalry. Charles H. Smith, Pine Bluissouri division, Trans-Mississippi department, William Watt, Elysian Fields. Tex., assistant surgeon, ordered to Major-General Taylor's division, Louisiana. August, 1864, the Army Medical Board removed their quarters to Marshall, Tex. Every app Yandell, Louisville, Ky., surgeon appointed by the President, October 20, 1861. J. A. Denson, Georgetown, Tex., assistant surgeon Taylor's Nineteenth Texas infantry. December, 1864, board sitting at Washington, Ark.: Leonidas C. Ferrell, Homer, L