|Travis Attaway (#48008100)|
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|Patricia Adkins-Rochette||Lieutenant Albert Attaway and Jones Attaway|
Both Albert Attaway and Jones Attaway were listed in Captain Merritt Branom's Hopkins County, Texas August 1861 militia.
The handwritten "Jones Attaway" could have been James or John but I haven't found him. Do you know who this Jones, James, or John was?
Your Albert F. Attaway is mentioned in my 1.046-page,7.3-pound book that is from handwritten records. The 6th edition of my book will be printed in August 2015. Below is my entry for him in my 200-page Name Index:
ATTAWAY, Albert F. Attaway (1839 TN-bet 1865-1866 Hopkins Co) m-Canaizar (Barfield-Bullock) Attaway Stacy; enlisted in Camden, Ouachita Co AR in Grinstead's 33d AR Infantry, Co F, Lt (Hopkins Co, TST)
I look forward to your response.
1509 Shadybrook Lane
Duncan, OK 73533
BOURLAND IN NORTH TEXAS AND INDIAN TERRITORY DURING THE CIVIL WAR: FORT COBB, FORT ARBUCKLE, AND THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS
|Randy & Debra Nichols||RE: Albert Attaway|
I am not certain, but since Canaizar Bullock married William Stacy on 19 Apr 1866, I suspect the Albert died during the Civil War. There is no headstone at Black Oak, but that doesn't mean he is not buried there. I just don't know.
|Randy & Debra Nichols||RE: Elias F. Attaway|
Travis, I believe it was, Albert F. Attaway and Canniza Bullock. I am happy to share any information I have.
Regards, Randy Nichols