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

 by Patricia Adkins-Rochette

 

Kimberlin Brothers

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The four men in the photo are Isaiah, Richard, William Kimberlin and Unknown (maybe Henry, Robert, or Julian).

1) William James Kimberlin (1834-?) He may be the J. Kimberlin SGT, Co., D 12th MO Cav. but I could not find him in any Census from 1860 on. He was with his family in 1850.

1)  Isaiah Jefferson Kimberlin (1838-1914)- Zaa Kmberlin, Shank's Regt. Co. D, Pvt. June 1865 Shreveport, LA (MO Archives) Records at the UDC and State Hist. Soc

3)  William Grant Kimberlin (1842-1927) - NPS: W. G. Kimberlain Company: D Unit: 12 Missouri Cavalry. Rank - Induction: Private Rank - Discharge: Private Allegiance: Confederate

4)   **Richard Samuel Kimberlin, Jr. (1843-1932)- R. S. Kimberlain Company D, 12th Missouri Cavalry.  Rank Private - Discharge: Private Allegiance: Confederate and Donley County, Texas - History - Camp San Lanham U.C.

5)   R.S. Kimberlin, commander, Co. D., 2nd MO, Cav. Shelby's Brigade, Texas GenWeb Archives

6)   Robert Kemper Kimberlin (1845-1930) I have not found a record of his service.

7)   Julian N. Kimberlin (1848-1932)- I have not found a record of his service. . Fri, Jan 11, 2008 08:47 PM

 

**Date:  None

             The soldiers, their wives and their widows, will have one blessed day all to themselves, free from interruption, in which to tell and retell experiences.  We will then shake hands and say goodbye, to meet again only on eternity‚Äôs shores, many of us.

             Let every one come.  Make this final last sacrifice, if need be, to come.  God bless your souls, I love you each and   everyone and nothing could give us greater pleasure than to see you face to face, to press your dear hands and hear once more, and maybe for the last time, your voices.  We owe this meeting to ourselves, our children, our Country.

             I want to hear from every man and woman who intends to come to the reunion.  Write me at Clarendon, Texas.

                                                                                        Signed:  R. S. Kimberlin,

                                                                                        Commander-in-Chief of Marmaduke Division, U. C. V.

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Patricia Adkins-Rochette        07/09/2008               

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