reported from Mississippi.
Johnson, Asa A., Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War to rank from July 23, ‘62. Jan. 31, ‘63, 45th Alabama.
Jones, John C., Surgeon, born in Laurence county, Ala., March 10, 1837.
His parents, Tignal and Susan (King) Jones, were born in North Carolina, and descended from ancestry who came in early days from Scotland and Wales.
They emigrated to North Alabama, and were among the pioneer settlers of that wealthy and refined community that people the Tennessee members of the medical profession in southwestern Texas have read medicine in his office; among the number may be mentioned the late Drs. G. W. Kerr, of Waelder; J. J. Atkinson, of Yorktown; Patton, of Sweet Home; Roger Atkinson, of San Marcos; Brown King, of Rancho; W. A. King of Lavernia, and Lee Roy Beach, of Houston.
Dr. Jones was married in 1867 to Miss Mary Kennon Crisp, daughter of Dr. John A. Crisp, a wealthy planter of Colorado county, Texas, and formerly an eminent practitioner of Wes