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Pvt Alfred Smith Doss
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Birth: Dec. 25, 1827
Botetourt County
Virginia, USA
Death: Dec. 8, 1910
Decatur
Wise County
Texas, USA

Alfred Smith Doss was born on December 25th 1827 in Botetourt County, Virginia.

He married Sarah Keen and the couple went on to have six children.

Those children were Edward W. Doss, James Doss, Joseph Ely Doss, Nancy Bell Doss, Salia Sarah Doss and Mary Narciss Doss.

The Doss family were one of the pioneer families that moved to Wise County, Texas and helped settle the area.

Alfred served in the War Between The States for the Confederacy. He was a member of the D Company of the 2nd Texas Partisan Rangers, also known as the 34th Texas Cavalry.

He served from August of 1862 to May of 1865.

He was a farmer after the war in Dallas, Texas.

He passed away on December 8th 1910 in Decatur, Wise County, Texas and is entered in Oak Grove Cemetery.


 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Sarah Keen Doss (1823 - 1891)
 
 Children:
  Edward Winston Doss (1850 - 1913)*
  James J. Doss (1854 - ____)*
  Joseph Ely Doss (1855 - 1923)*
  Nancy Bell Doss Robison (1857 - 1941)*
  Salia A. Doss Harding (1862 - ____)*
  Mary A. Narciss Doss Leonard (1865 - 1932)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Headstone pictures online at http://www.wisecountytexas.info/cemeteries/headstone%20info.htm
 
Burial:
Oak Grove Cemetery
Wise County
Texas, USA
Plot: 4
 
Maintained by: Ancestor Hunter
Originally Created by: WiseCountyTexas.info
Record added: Nov 12, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44243623
Pvt Alfred Smith Doss
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Pvt Alfred Smith Doss
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Pvt Alfred Smith Doss
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The sacrifices made that your descendants may live their lives in peace have not been forgotten. Our love for you lives in our hearts and the hearts of all who count themselves as Sons and Daughters of the South to this day. May you always rest in peace a...(Read more)
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 Added: Dec. 18, 2014
 
 
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