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PVT Eugene Oceola Perry

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PVT Eugene Oceola Perry Veteran

Birth
Lowndes County, Alabama, USA
Death
6 May 1864 (aged 25)
Wilderness Battlefield, Spotsylvania County, Virginia, USA
Burial
Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg City, Virginia, USA Add to Map
Plot
Section 14, Row 9, Grave 13
Memorial ID
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Graduate of Kentucky Military Institute.

Company E, 1st Texas Infantry, Texas Brigade, Field's Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A.

Enlisted for 12 months' service 9/22/1861 at Camp McLeod, TX, he was mustered into Company E, 1st Texas Infantry, as a Private.
Present of all Rolls from enlistment until Wounded In Action 17 Sep 1862 in Battle of Sharpsburg/Antietam, MD; given a 60-day Medical Furlough.
Present on Nov & Dec 1862 through July & Aug 1863 Rolls.
Wounded In Action 9/20/1863 in Battle of Chicamauga, GA.
During Feb 1864 he was detailed as Division Wagon Master.
Killed In Action in the Battle of The Wilderness, VA.

The 1st Texas Infantry Regiment was assembled at Richmond, Virginia, in August, 1861, with ten companies from Marion, Cass, Polk, Houston, Harrison, Tyler, Anderson, Cherokee, Sabine, San Augustine, Newton, and Nacogdoches counties. Later two companies from Galveston and Trinity County were added to the command.
Graduate of Kentucky Military Institute.

Company E, 1st Texas Infantry, Texas Brigade, Field's Division, 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A.

Enlisted for 12 months' service 9/22/1861 at Camp McLeod, TX, he was mustered into Company E, 1st Texas Infantry, as a Private.
Present of all Rolls from enlistment until Wounded In Action 17 Sep 1862 in Battle of Sharpsburg/Antietam, MD; given a 60-day Medical Furlough.
Present on Nov & Dec 1862 through July & Aug 1863 Rolls.
Wounded In Action 9/20/1863 in Battle of Chicamauga, GA.
During Feb 1864 he was detailed as Division Wagon Master.
Killed In Action in the Battle of The Wilderness, VA.

The 1st Texas Infantry Regiment was assembled at Richmond, Virginia, in August, 1861, with ten companies from Marion, Cass, Polk, Houston, Harrison, Tyler, Anderson, Cherokee, Sabine, San Augustine, Newton, and Nacogdoches counties. Later two companies from Galveston and Trinity County were added to the command.

Gravesite Details

Originally buried in James Chewning's graveyard.



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