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Military Information Resources

See the Trinity County Archives Section for WWII Discharges


U.S. National Archives & Records Administration

.  NARA Military Records for searching military records

Civil War

  Confederate Indigent Families List of Texas 1863 -1865

Confederate Indigent Families List-Transcribed with spelling corrections and number of persons in family
Transcribed and donated by Dana Prater, Nov. 2015

  Trinity County CSA Pension Records

Company M, First Texas Volunteer Infantry

Tullos Company A, 3rd Battalion, 13th TX Reg.

The occasion was a gathering of Trinity County Confederate Veterans ca. 1914.  As identified they are: 1-Baker; 3-Jim Davis; 5-N. F. Belk; 6-Jim Deaton; 7-Jasper Kendrick; 9-Charles D. Warner; 10- Andy Pruitt; 11-Evan Magee; 12-Dock Pool; 14-N.G.B. Frazier; 15-Frank Josserand; 17-Abe Eaves; 18-Hazard; 19-Townsend; 20-Wick Pruitt; 21-Jim Pruitt; 22-Grear Pruitt; 4-R.L. McGowen. 

World War I

Branch of Service



Military service performed by persons serving during an emergency and whose service was considered to be in the Federal interest, 1775 - 1902

Regular Army

Enlisted personnel, 1789-October 31, 1912
Officers, 1789 - June 30, 1917


Enlisted personnel, 1798 - 1885 Officers, 1798 - 1902

Marine Corps

Enlisted personnel, 1789 - 1904 Some officers, 1789 - 1895

Coast Guard

Persons who served in predecessor agencies to the U.S. Coast Guard: the Revenue Cutter Service (Revenue Marine), the Life-Saving Service, and the Lighthouse Service, 1791 - 1919

Confederate States

Persons who rendered military service for the Confederate States government in its armed forces, 1861 - 1865

Veterans Records

Claims files for pensions based on Federal military service, 1775 - 1916 and Bounty land warrant application files relating to claims based on wartime service, 1775 - 1855

Updated 02Nov2015/skw