Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains

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Captain Gilmore
Texas State Troops, Dec 24, 1863

Capt. Gilmore was probably "Seaborne Gillmore"

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Houston, Texas

December 24, 1863....

                                        .Special Orders No. 167..

 Capt. Gilmore.

I. All the Minute & Local Defense __ (torn) enemies of Northern Sub-Dist. of Texas will immediately report for duty to Brig. Genl. [H.E.] McCulloch, commanding Sub Dist. &c., Bonham. They will forward the Muster Roll of each Company to the Hd. Quarters and send a copy to Genl. McCulloch.

By command of Maj. Genl. Magruder, A.A.G. State Troops

Hd. Quarters, Bureau of State Troops,

Dist. of Texas, New Mexico, & Arizona, Official,

B.E. Benton, Capt. A.A.Genl.

 

per  The Bourland Papers, BP-DM4406-3N-1000

Captain Gillmore, may be either Seaborne Gillmore or his son F.D. Gillmore .... Below is info about Seaborne and his two sons.

GILLMORE, Seaborne Gillmore (1801 GA-1867 Tarrant Co TX, Mtichell Cem) (Sgt, 4th IL Infantry, Mexican War)
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GILLMORE, Henry W. Gillmore, b-1838 IL (Tarrant Co, TST)
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GILLMORE, Francis D. Gillmore, b-1841 IL; m-M.G.; Bagby's 7th Cav, Co K (Tarrant Co, TST)

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