"Records of payments to individuals would be in the county court records, if they still exist. The records on file in the State Archives consist of the county lists prepared by the Chief Justices. The information varies somewhat from county to county. The following listing shows the different types of information that appear in the lists:
39th Georgia Infantry. "Following the War Between the States several wagon trains consisting of former members of the 39th Georgia Infantry left the Northwest Georgia area and went to Texas. It appears that most of them
Please be advised that this set of books is in many large libraries collections. A set of them is at the Sherman, Grayson County , Library in the Rare books room. They are essential when doing research on the movements of your ancestors unit.
"Plow Horse Cavalry, The Caney Creek Boys of The
Thirty-forth Texas" by Robert S. Weddle
Madrona Press Inc. Austin Texas
many of the people mentioned in this book lived in the Savoy area of
Fannin County. It is based on letters by the Nelms family.
SCATTERLINGS: BLAIR, WILLIAMS AND TURNER TO TEXAS-
1853-1873 By Rusty Williams
Read the chapter on this website , about the struggles of one woman at
home in Fannin County during the War Betweent the States.
Ruth Walsh Suggests this book:
(This is a reprint of a 1912 edition printed in Dallas). The Dallas Public Libary and the Library of Congress has a copy of the 1912 edition. Morningside Press has a website and the reprint can be ordered from it. Its pricy so I suggest people find someone who has access to a copy
to see if their ancestor is listed. If so, it gives a nice little bio of
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