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Zebedee "Zeb" Gossett
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Birth: Apr. 16, 1842
Houston County
Texas, USA
Death: Mar. 7, 1862
New Mexico, USA

GOSSETT, ZEBEDEE Born: 16 Apri1 1842 Houston County, Texas Died: 7 March 1862 Sonora, New Mexico

Buried: Glenwood Cemetery, Houston County Parents: Andrew Edwards & Rhodey E. (Mulder) Gossett Service: Private, Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry. Died at Socorro Hospital 7 March 1862 of wounds received at Valverde.

Sources; Houston County Cemeteries, p. 338; Confederate Anny of New Mexico, p. 116; Houston County Census: 1850, p. 42; 1860, p. 17; Confederate State Roster I, p. 199; Confederate State Roster II, p. 43; Ancestry.com.

Frank Gossett applied for Zeb's military headstone and it was approved. Frank was the son of Zeb's brother.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Andrew Edwards Gossett (1812 - 1890)
  Mary Margaret Murchison Gossett (1832 - 1904)
 
 Siblings:
  Evalina S Gossett Murchison (1835 - 1862)**
  Zebedee Gossett (1842 - 1862)
  Andrew Edwards Gossett (1858 - 1928)*
  Margaret Josephine Gossett Newton (1862 - 1952)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Inscription:
PVT 4 TEX CAV CSA




 
Burial:
Glenwood Cemetery
Crockett
Houston County
Texas, USA
 
Maintained by: Carol Johnson Hoch
Originally Created by: Petty & Pickens
Record added: Mar 27, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50320112
Zebedee Zeb Gossett
Added by: Carol Johnson Hoch
 
Zebedee Zeb Gossett
Added by: Carol Johnson Hoch
 
Zebedee Zeb Gossett
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Zeb is listed on Confederate Grave Sites as in this cemetery.
- Carol Johnson Hoch
 Added: Jan. 4, 2014
When those we love have left this earth, we still can feel them near. We'll see a picture, hear a song, and it's just like they are here. And when we call upon our faith, when we believe and trust, we know the ones we care about are always close to us.
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 Added: Jan. 3, 2014
Private, Co. I, 4th Texas Cavalry. Died at Socorro Hospital 7 March 1862 of wounds received at Valverde. C.S.A.
- Judy Richards
 Added: Jul. 4, 2013
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