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Eugene Amelius "Civil War" Williams
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Birth: 1845
Death: 1933

WILLIAMS, EUGENE AMELIUS Born:9 September 1845 Caddo Parish, Louisiana Died; 20 September 1932 near Crockett [20 September 1933 in her application] Buried; Bynum Cemetery, Houston County, Texas Spouse; Xiantippie Jane Robinson, married 14 November 1871 Houston County Parents; Powell Williams Pension #15584 Service; Co. F, 25th Texas Cavalry. Co. D, Morgan's Regiment, Parson's Brigade Comments;. Discharged at Shreveport, La. in May 1865 and paroled by the Federal authorities after we surrendered. In Texas 50 years in August 1909. Has cataracts in both eyes. One totally blind and the other so affected that he can barely see his way. Mortuary Warrant Sources; Confederate Pension Application; Wife's Pension Application; Houston County History, p, 554; Houston County In The Civil War by T, N, Mainer, p. 118 & 122; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 104; Panola County 1860 Census; Houston County Census: 1880; 1900, p. 346; 1920; Mortuary Warrant. 
 
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 Spouse:
  Xinatippie Jane Robinson Williams (1861 - 1941)*
 
 Children:
  ILAR Eugene Williams (1886 - 1890)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Co. F. 25 Tex Cav CSA
 
Burial:
Bynum Cemetery
Crockett
Houston County
Texas, USA
 
Maintained by: Petty & Pickens
Originally Created by: Joel Farringer
Record added: Jul 03, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9030252
Eugene Amelius Civil War Williams
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To my great grandfather, Thank you for taking care of our family and for your sacrifices. The stories I have been told and have read about you have fascinated me all my life. I wish I could have known you.
- Carolyn Williams Freeman
 Added: Mar. 31, 2015
Thanks for serving in the war between the states.
- CEV
 Added: Apr. 5, 2010
 
 
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