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Sgt Robert Watson
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Birth: Sep. 9, 1835
Death: Apr. 6, 1911

1st Sergeant Robert Watson,
Company K, 7th Florida Infantry

Residence Key West FL; 28 years old.
He fled Key West in September 1861 and joined Captain Mulrennan's coast guard unit at Tampa.

Enlisted on 4/25/1862 at Tampa, FL as a Sergeant.
On 4/25/1862 he mustered into "K" Co. FL 7th Infantry
He was transferred out on 3/1/1864
(Estimated day of transfer)
On 3/1/1864 he transferred into CN Navy
(date and method of discharge not given)
He was listed as:
POW 9/1/1862 Boston, KY (Paroled)
POW 4/8/1865 Appomattox Court House, VA
Paroled 4/14/1865 Appomattox Court House, VA
Promotions: 1st Sergt 8/8/1862

born 9/9/1835 in Bahamas
died 4/6/1911 in Key West, Monroe County, FL
Married Caroline Elizabeth Kemp on 03/10/1868
Florida Confederate Pension Application File A11001
Monroe County, FL, 1904
 
 
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 Children:
  Robert Burgess Watson (1869 - 1909)*
  Caroline Elizabeth Watson Hattrick (1871 - 1962)*
  Julius Watson (1874 - 1923)*
  George William Watson (1877 - 1882)*
  Joseph Otto Watson (1877 - 1877)*
  Lillian Ann Watson Albury (1887 - 1940)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Key West Cemetery
Key West
Monroe County
Florida, USA
 
Created by: Bev
Record added: Dec 19, 2006
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- Annie H Darracott 791, UDC - Lakeland, FL
 Added: Nov. 2, 2014
RIP !!!!!!!!!!! Robert Watson, (1835-1911) Born in the Bahamas, Robert Watson first came to Florida in 1847. He settled in Key West, where he became a carpenter. Watson left Union-occupied Key West in September 1861 and he enrolled in a Florida "Coast Gua...(Read more)
- Rubbings
 Added: Jan. 9, 2012
Thank you for your Confederate service. Your sacrifice is not forgotten.
- Martha Reid 19 UDC
 Added: Jan. 1, 2011
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