CONFEDERATE MONUMENT

WHARTON COUNTY COURT HOUSE

DEDICATED TO THE CONFEDERATE VETERANS OF WHARTON COUNTY

BY THE J.E.B. STUART CHAPTER

UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY

ERECTED EARLY 1920íS



COMMANDERS OF BUCHEL CAMP

Col. I N. Dennis

Capt G C Duncan

R M Brown

Dr. J T Bolton

Judge G S Gordon

F W Ahldag

Dr. J W Teague

S Clapp



NAMES ON MONUMENT

Abbott, B F

Anderson, G

Alexander Dr

Bodenhamer, C S

Bylthwood, Dr

Branard, G

Bowen, J R

Bentley, R F

Border, S

Brooks, E

Chapman, R T

Compton, J C

Canzon, C C

Calaway, Geo

Davidson, W C

Dawdy, J W

Dawdy, A

Damon, W

Ellis, D

Elliott, J

Edwards, J H

Farrell, C H

Tennil, J T

Foster, A J

Frazier, M A

Gordon, J W

George, W

Gallahar, M

Gallahar, Jim

Huston, P G

Horton, R J

Ireson, L O

Jones, L

Kriegal, C

Lee, B F

Massey, B

Moore, A G

Mcmaster, J

McLain, J H

Northington, M

Phillips, Dr J

Ryon, Ed

Rugeley, E S

Ray, A

Rowe, J T

Rush, J E

Stribling, G

Sanders, M H

Schley, G

Sanders, J D

Sanford, B

Smith, H P

Smith, J B

Thomas, J C

Tennil, J T

Yaylor, W T

Taylor, S F

Thomas, E

Thomas, J S

Wygall, J

Whitten, W H

Whitten, T

Whitten James

Whitten, Ike

Weaver, H

Young, J A

Zirkle, J W



This page transcribed by Janet Barrett Hobizal In May 2007,

From a photo copy found at the Wharton County Historical Museum


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