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Corp Henry Clay Abernathy
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Birth: 1840
Mississippi, USA
Death: Oct. 26, 1885
Camp County
Texas, USA

Henry Clay Abernathy is the son of Rev. James Buckner Abernathy. The 1860 census shows both Henry Clay and his older brother Augustus "Cabot" and five other children living in Sevier, Arkansas. In November 1861, father Buckner Abernathy and both H.C. and his older brother A.C. enlisted in the 19th Arkansas Infantry Regiment while living in Sevier. During the course of the war, Henry Clay was captured by Union forces in January 1863 at Arkansas Post. He was returned to the CSA during a captive soldiers exchange. He survived the conflict to return to Pittsburg, Texas after the war.

1880 Census:Head-Henry(37),Wife-Willie(26),Children-Harp(10),Lota(4),and Buck(1).

Harp died Oct. 7, 1939. Lota W. Abernathy never married and died Dec. 21, 1957 at the Austin State Hospital in Austin, Texas.
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  James Buckner Abernathy (1811 - 1886)
  Nancy Abernathy Credille (1836 - 1913)*
  Augustus Cabot Abernathy (1839 - 1864)*
  Henry Clay Abernathy (1840 - 1885)
  David Harper Abernathy (1858 - 1910)*
  Mary Agnes Abernathy Preuit (1864 - 1947)*
*Calculated relationship
Rose Hill Cemetery
Camp County
Texas, USA
Maintained by: Brown J H
Originally Created by: MB
Record added: Jul 14, 2004
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Corp Henry Clay Abernathy
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An American Veteran who served honorably!
- Cousins by the Dozens
 Added: Mar. 24, 2017
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 15, 2015

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