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McMullen Co., TX: 1906 - 1907 - Confederate Pension Application - Lorenzo Dow Yarbrough
 

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Endorsements Hereon for Comptroller's Use Exclusively

Form No 1 - Amended
October 1, 1902

CONFEDERATE PENSION APPLICATION
Name of Applicant
Dow Yarbrough
McMullen County,
Postoffice  Tilden
Comptroller's File No. 12501

I have carefully examined the withing applica-
tion for pension, together with the proof in sup-
port thereof, and I recommend that the application
be Approved
March 25, 1907

E. A. Boline?
Chief Pension Clerk

I hereby __________the within application for
pension, this March 25 1907
 J. H. Stepehns?
Comptroller.

No Application Rejected by County Judge or County Commissioners Should Be Forwarded to Comptroller.

APPLICATION of Indigent Soldier or Sailor of the late Confederacy for pension under the
Act of May 12, 1899. Hereafter use no blank but this.
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THE STATE OF TEXAS
County of McMullen

 To the Honorable County Judge of  McMullen County, Texas.

Your petitioner. Dow Yarbrough respectfully represents that
he is a resident citizen of McMullen County, in the Sate of Texas, and that
he makes this application for the purpose of obtaining a pension under the act passed by the Twenty-sixth Legisla-
ture of the State of Texas, and approved May 12, A. D. 1899, the same being an act entitled "An act to carry into
effect the amendment to the Constitution of the Sate of Texas, providing that aid may be granted to disabled and
dependent Confederate soldiers, sailors, and their widows under certain conditions, and to make an appropriation there-
for," and I do solemnly swear that the answers I have given to the following questions are true.

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NOTE-Applicant must make answere to all of the following questions, and such answers must be written out plainly in ink.
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Q. What is your name?  Answer Dow Yarbrough
Q. What is your age?  Answer 67
Q. In what County do you reside?  Answer McMullen County
Q. How long have you rsided in said County and what is your postoffice address?
 Answer  About 40 year. Tilden, McMullen Co.
Q. Have you applied for a pension under the Confederat Pension Law heretofore, and been rejected? If so, state
 when and where. Answer No
Q. What is your occupation if able to engage in one? Answer Have none
Q. What is your physical condition? Answer not good
Q. If your physical condition is such that you are unable by your own labor to earn a support, state what caused such
 disability. Answer old age and was shot during the war in the leg.
Q. In what State was your command originally organized? Answer  Texas
Q. How long did you serve? Give date of enlistment and discharge. Answer enlisted in year
 1861 Served until close of the war.
Q. What was the name or letter of your company and name or number of your regiment? Answer
 Company K. Regiment 2nd Texas Cavalry
Q. State whether you served in the infantry, artillery, cavalry, or the navy. Answer Cavalry
Q. State whether or not you have recieved any pension or veteran donation land certificate under any previous law,
 and if you answer in the affirmative state what pension or veteran donation land certificate you have recieved.
 Answer No
Q. What real and personal property do you now own, and what is the present value of such property? Give list of
 such property and value.  Answer
  1 Mule 50
  1 Horse 50
  1 Wagon 25
Q. What property, and what was the value thereof, have you sold or conveyed within two years prior to the date of
 this application?  Answer None
Q. What estate has your wife in her own right, real and personal, and what is its value?  Answer
 None
Q. What income, if any, do you recieve? Answer None
Q. Are you in indigent circumstances; that is, are you in actual want, and destitute of property and means of sub-
 sistence? Answer Yes
Q. Are you unalbe by your labor to earn a support?  Answer Yes
Q. Have you transferred to others any property of value of any kind for the purpose of becoming a beneficiary under
 this law? Answer No
Q. Did you ever desert the Confederacy? Answer No
Q. Have you been continuously since the first day of January, 1880, a bona fide resident citizen of this State? Answer
 Yes
Q. If you originally enlisted in the Confederate service from the State of Texas, were you at the date of passage
 of this act a bona fide resident citizen of the State of Texas?  Answer Yes
 Wherefore your petitioner prays that his application for pension be approved and that such other proceedings be
     had in the promises as required by law.

                                                 (Signature of Applicant), Dow (His Mark) Yarbrough
 Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28 day of June A. D. 1906.
     W. C. Wheeler
    County Judge McMullen County, Texas
 
 

 AFFIDAVIT OF WITNESSES
(NOTE-There must be at least two creditble witnesses.)
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
COUNTY OF McMullen
 Before me W. C. Wheeler
County Judge of McMullen County, State of Texas, on this day personally appeared
W. P. White and Jas Tope
Who are personally known to me to be credible citizens, who being by me duly sworn on oath, state that they personally
know Dow Yarbough the above named applicant for a pension,
and that they personally know that the said Dow Yarbough is unable
to support himself by labor of any sort.
  (Signature of Witness), W. P. White
  (signature of Witness),  James Tope
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28 day of June A. D. 1906
    W. C. Wheeler
   County Judge McMullen County, Texas

(Renee's Notes: William Penn White is Dow Yarbrough's brother-in-law and James Tope is Dow's step brother.
 

AFFIDAVIT OF PHYSICIAN
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
COUNTY OF McMullen
 Before me W. C. Wheeler
County Judge of McMullen County, State of Texas, on this day personally appeared
Dr. Houston Neeley, who is a reputable practicing physician of this County, who being by
me duly sworn on oath, states that he has carefully and thoroughly examined Dow Yarbrough
applicant for a pension, and finds him laboring under the following disabilities which render him unable to labor at any work or calling
sufficient to earn a support for himself: A Gun shot wound through left hip
which disables him he states in that hip, also he's suffering some chronic Nasal and bronchial (sic)
and at his age in life and being to medicially un-
able to secum the (sic) and (sic) but will probably never
be curred
  (Signature of Physician), Houston Neeley M. D.
 Sworn to and subscirbed before me this 28 day of June A. D. 1906
    W. C. Wheeler
   County Judge McMullen County, State of Texas
 
 

CERTIFICATE OF COUNYT JUDGE
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
COUNTY OF McMullen
 I W. C. Wheeler
County Judge of McMullenCounty, State of Texas, do hereby certify that on the 13th
day of November A. D. 1906, before me came on to be heard the application
of Dow Yarbrough for a pension under the Confederate Pension Law of this
State, Approved May 12, A. D. 1899; that the answers of said applicant to the questions propounded were made under oath as the
same appear in writing in the forgoing application; that the affidavits of the witnesses who are credible citizens were made before me
as the same herinbefore appear, and that the forgoing affidavit of Doctor Houston Neeley
who is a reputable practicing physician of this county, was made before me. I also certify that the said applicant
Dow Yarbrough, is not an inmate of the Texas Confederate Home, nor otherwise disqualified
under the provision of Section 12, of the Confederate Pension Law. I further certify that after considering all the proceedings had
before me relative to the said application for a pension by the said Dow Yarbrough
I find the said applicant is lawfully entitled to the pension provided by the Confederate Pension Law of this State, and I hereby approve
said application.
  Witness my hand and seal of office at Tilden this 13th
   day of November A. D. 1906
    W. C. Wheeler
   County Judge McMullen County, State of Texas
 
 

CERTIFICATE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF McMullen
 We, the undersigned members of the Commissioners Court of
McMullen County, Texas, hereby certify that the foregoing application of
Dow Yarbough for a pesion, together with the proff in support thereof, was duly submitted
by Hon. W. C. Wheeler County Judge of this McMullen County,
to the Commissioners this McMullen County, at a regular term thereof on the 13th
day of November A. D. 1906 and after a careful consideration of the same we find the said applicant is
lawfully entitled to the pension provided for by the Confederate Pension Law of this State, and we hereby approve said application.
 Witness our hands and seal of office at Tilden this 13th
  day of November A. D. 1906
   J. R. Lynch Commissioner
   C. E. (si)
(Signature of Commissioners) J. T. Calliham
   G. B. Hennrey
 
 

INTERROGATORIES TO WITNESS IN PENSION CLAIMS.
EX PARTE
Dow Yarbrough
Applicant for Confederat Pension
PENDING IN THE Honorable Commissioners Court of
McMullen County, Texas,
before the Honorable County Judge of said County.
 The Honorable County Judge of McMullen County, Texas,
will please take notice that, five days after the service hereof, applicant herin will aply to the Clerk of the County
Court of said State for a commission to take the depositons of __________
and __________ who reside....... in the County of _________ in
the State of ___________ in answer to the following interrogatories and such cross interrogatories as my
be propounded by the County Judge of said County, which will be read in evidence upon the hearing of applicant's
claim for pension in behalf of applicant; said testimony is material and indispensable to applicant in furnishing the
required proof to h____ claim for a pension under the Act of May 12, 1899, the application for which is now pending
before the Honorable County Judge, and the facts neccessary and required to be proven under the provisions of said Act,
applicant believes can not be proven by any witness......residing in the County of _____________ and State
of Texas, of which he is a bona fide resident.
   Dow (his mark) Yarbrough
   (Applicant) Attorney for Applicant.
 

DIRECT INTERROGATORIES TO BE PROPOUNDED TO THE WITNESS

INT. 1. What is your name?      Age?    Present place of residence and postoffice address?
INT. 2. Do you personally know, or did you at any time know Dow Yarbrough who
  is an applicant for pension under Act of May 12, 1899?
INT. 3. How long have you known the said Dow Yarbrough applicant for pension
 and when and where did you first know him?
INT. 4. Do you personally know that the said Dow Yarbrough applicant for pension
 enlisted in the service of the Confederacy, and perfomred the duties of a soldier or a sailor?
INT. 5. Do you personally know in what company and regiment the said Dow Yarbrough
 applicant enlisted and served in the Confederate army?  When?  Where?  And the time of service? If you per-
 sonally knew and so have stated that he enlisted and served in the Confederate navy, then state:   When?  Where?
 And how long he so served.
INT. 6. Do you further know that Dow Yarbrough the said
 applicant for pension, is unable to support himself by labor of any sort?
 

CROSS INTERROGATORIES.

To Be Propounded to Jas Tope
 Cross Interrogatory 1. If in answer to the foregoing direct interrogatories, you have stated that you personally
know or did know said applicant, and that you know that he enlisted in the service of the Confederacy and performed the
duties of a soldier or sailor, and having named the company and regiment in which applicant so enlisted and served, then
please state fully what is your source of such knowledge. And state whether or not you know or at any time you knew
of any other soldier or sailor by the name of Dow Yarbrough serving in the same company
or regiment in which you say the said applicant Dow Yarbrough enlisted, or
if you have stated that said applicant enlisted and served in the navy of the Confederacy, then state whether or not you
know any other sailor of the same as said Dow Yarbrough applicant
serving in the same command.
 If you say that you so knew other soldiers or sailors of the same name of applicant's, then can you and how do you
identify and locate the one from the other or others?
 Cross INT. 2. Are you positively certain that said Dow Yarbrough applicant
for pension, is the identical person serving as testified by you?
 Cross INT. 3. If you have answered Direct Interrogatory No. 6 in the affirmative, then please state your source of
knowledge or information. Is not this your answer simply based on conjectrue?
 Cross INT. 4. Do you know whether or not the said Dow Yarbrough applicant
for pension, ever deserted the service in the Confederate army or navy?

THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF McMullen
            I, W. C. Wheeler County Judge of said County, in said State,
do hereby waive copy of interrogatories, notice, time and issuance of commission, and it is hereby agreed that the an-
swers to the hereinabove direct and corss interrogatories of the said berein named witness....... may abe attached hereto.
   W. C. Wheeler
  County Judge McMullen County, Texas
   Dow Yarbrough (his mark)
    Applicant
 

Deposition In Pension Claims, With Caption and Certificates.

EX PARTE
Dow Yarbrough
Applicant for Confederate Pension

IN RE APPLICANT FOR CONFEDERATE PENSION

Under Act May 12, 1899, pending in County Commissioners
Court of McMullen County, Texas, before the Honorable County Judge of said
county.

Answers of Jas H Tope of McMullen County Texas.
to the accompanying interrogatories (2) and Cross Interrogotories
propounded to him in the above entilted cause taken before (3)
W. C. Wheeler County Judge in and for said county
 in accordance with the accompanying (5)
 To the first interrogatory the said Jas Tope

Witness Answers:
Int 1.  Jas Tope. 66 years. Crowther, Texas McMullen County.
Int 2.  Yes
Int 3. I have known appicant for 50 years. Houston & McMullen Counties
Int 4 Yes
Int 5. Company K Enlisted in year 1861 at Brownsville Texas and served until the break up
INT 6. Yes

Cross Interrogatories

Cros. Int. 1.  I did not know any other of same name as applicant
Cross. Int. 2  I am certain the said applicant is the identical person
Cross Int 3.  no. I know of my own personal knowledge
Cross Int 4. He did not he served during the entire war

  Signed James Tope
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 28 day of June 1906
  W. C. Wheeler
  Co. Judge McMullen Co
 

THE STATE OF TEXAS,
County of McMullen

I, W. C. Wheeler Co Judge
do hereby certify that Jas Tope is personally known to me to be credible citizens of said
County and State, and that the foregoing answers of James Tope
the witness........ before named, and whose name appears signed to the foregoing depostion, were made before me,
and were sworn to and subscribed before me, by said witness (4) Jas Tope
Given under my hand and official seal, this the 28 day of June 1906
   W. C. Wheeler
   Co Judge
 

INTERROGATORIES TO WITNESS IN PENSION CLAIMS.
EX PARTE
Dow Yarbrough
Applicant for Confederat Pension

PENDING IN THE Honorable Commissioners Court of
McMullen County, Texas,
before the Honorable County Judge of said County.
 The Honorable County Judge of McMullen County, Texas,
will please take notice that, five days after the service hereof, applicant herin will aply to the Clerk of the County
Court of said State for a commission to take the depositons of __________
and __________ who reside ______ in the County of _________ in
the State of ___________ in answer to the following interrogatories and such cross interrogatories as my
be propounded by the County Judge of said County, which will be read in evidence upon the hearing of applicant's
claim for pension in behalf of applicant; said testimony is material and indispensable to applicant in furnishing the
required proof to h____ claim for a pension under the Act of May 12, 1899, the application for which is now pending
before the Honorable County Judge, and the facts neccessary and required to be proven under the provisions of said Act,
applicant believes can not be proven by any witness________residing in the County of _____________ and State
of Texas, of which he is a bona fide resident.

   ____________________________

   (Applicant) Attorney for Applicant.
 

DIRECT INTERROGATORIES TO BE PROPOUNDED TO THE WITNESS

INT. 1. What is your name?      Age?    Present place of residence and postoffice address?
INT. 2. Do you personally know, or did you at any time know Dow Yarbrough who
  is an applicant for pension under Act of May 12, 1899?
INT. 3. How long have you known the said Dow Yarbrough applicant for pension
 and when and where did you first know him?
INT. 4. Do you personally know that the said Dow Yarbrough applicant for pension
 enlisted in the service of the Confederacy, and perfomred the duties of a soldier or a sailor?
INT. 5. Do you personally know in what company and regiment the said Dow Yarbrough
 applicant enlisted and served in the Confederate army?  When?  Where?  And the time of service? If you per-
 sonally knew and so have stated that he enlisted and served in the Confederate navy, then state:   When?  Where?
 And how long he so served.
INT. 6. Do you further know that Dow Yarbrough the said
 applicant for pension, is unable to support himself by labor of any sort?

CROSS INTERROGATORIES.
To Be Propounded to D. T. Winters
 Cross Interrogatory 1. If in answer to the foregoing direct interrogatories, you have stated that you personally
know or did know said applicant, and that you know that he enlisted in the service of the Confederacy and performed the
duties of a soldier or sailor, and having named the company and regiment in which applicant so enlisted and served, then
please state fully what is your source of such knowledge. And state whether or not you know or at any time you knew
of any other soldier or sailor by the name of Dow Yarbrough serving in the same company
or regiment in which you say the said applicant Dow Yarbrough enlisted, or
if you have stated that said applicant enlisted and served in the navy of the Confederacy, then state whether or not you
know any other sailor of the same as said Dow Yarbrough applicant
serving in the same command.
 If you say that you so knew other soldiers or sailors of the same name of applicant's, then can you and how do you
identify and locate the one from the other or others?
 Cross INT. 2. Are you positively certain that said Dow Yarbrough applicant
for pension, is the identical person serving as testified by you?
 Cross INT. 3. If you have answered Direct Interrogatory No. 6 in the affirmative, then please state your source of
knowledge or information. Is not this your answer simply based on conjectrue?
 Cross INT. 4. Do you know whether or not the said Dow Yarbrough applicant
for pension, ever deserted the service in the Confederate army or navy?
 

DEPOSITION IN PENSION CLAIMS, WITH CAPTION AND CERTIFICATES
EX PARTE
Dow Yarbrough
Applicant for Confederate Pension

IN RE APPLICANT FOR CONFEDERAT PENSION
Under Act May 12, 1899, pending in County Commissioners
Court of McMullen
County, Texas, before the Honorable County Judge of said
County.

Answers and depostions of (1) D. T. Winters of Big Foot Frio County Texas
to the accompanying interrogatories (2) and cross Interrogatories
propounded to him in the above cause taken before (3) Mack Kerchiville
Notary Public in and for Frio Co Texas
in accordance with the accompanying (5) Commissioner
 To the first interrogatory the said D. T. Winters
Witness answers: Daniel T. Winters, 64 years of age Big Foot, Frio Co, Texas.
2nd Yes, I know Dow Yarbrough
3rd about 45 years and I first met him in the confederate army Co K 2nd Texas Calvery.
4th I know he performed the duties of a confederate soldier
5th He served in company K 2nd Texas calvery.
Do not know date enlisted. Do not know where he inlisted. He served 24 months or more
6th I do not know but judging from
 his age, I would think he was unable to
to do manual labor at this time.

- Cross examination -
No 1  My source of information as to his
service as a solier in the confederate army
was from association with said Yorbrough
applicant for pension. I did not know
any other Dow Yorbrough in the confederate service.
2nd  Yes, I am certain that said Yorbrough
I have in mind as serving in Co K. 2nd Texas (rest is not legible)
No 3.  Not having seen said Yorbrough for
a long time my source of knowledge
comes from what I know about his
age. And large cumbersome frame, and my
oppinion in regard to molles is posed
(sic)! All by this upon guessing how he could
carry his massive body at this extreme age
No 4 Do not know.

signed
 Daniel T. Winters

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 10th day of July 1906
  Mack Kerchiville
  Notary Public Frio Co Texas
 
 

THE STATE OF TEXAS,
County of Frio
 I, Mack Kercheville
do hereby certify that D. T. Winters
and is personally known to me to be credible citizen of said
County and State, and that the foregoing answers of D. T. Winters
the witenss before named, and D. T. Winters
whose name appear signed to the foregoing deposition, were made befoe me,
and were sworn to and sbuscribed before me, by said witness (4)
 Given under my hand and official seal, this the 10th day of July 1906
  Mack Kercheville
  Notory Public Frio Co Texas
 

Comptroller's Department
State of Texas
Austin

To the Military Secretary,
 March 14, 1907
War Department,
Washington, D. C.

Sear Sir:
 I have the honor to request the military record of
Dow Yarbrough who is reported to have enlisted in
Company K, 2nd Regiment Texas Cavalry
in the service of the Confedearate States army.
 Purpose: The person above named is an applicant for a Confederate pension
grandted by this State, and I desire to verify his proof of service.

                                    Very respectfully
   J W Stephens
    comptroller
 

MILITARY SECURITY OFFICE
WAR DEPARTMENT
MAR 13, 1907
12223643

Austin, Texas
March 14, 1907.
Dow Yarbrough,
Co. K, 2d Regt. Tex. Cav.
 

J. W. Stephens, Comptroller,
State of Texas.

For the military record of the above named an applicant for Confederate pension.
WAR DEPARTMENT,
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE
Washington, March 19, 1907.
Respectfully retuned to the
Comptroller,

State of Texas,
Austin
It is shown by the records of
this office that one Don Yarboro (name also borno as Yarbro), private,
Company K, 2d Texas Cavalry, C.S.A.,
enlisted September 23, 1861. He is re-
ported on the roll for January and
February, 1864, last on file, as pres-
ent. No later record of him has been found.

F. L. A(sic)
The Adjutant General.

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Lorenzo Dow Yarbrough Military Records

Dow Yarbro, Pvt. Capt. John Donelson’s Company 2 Reg’t Texas Mounted Vols.  Age 20 years.
Appears on Company Muster-in Roll of the organization named above.  Roll dated Fort Brown,
Texas Sept. 23 1861.  Muster-in date Sept. 23, 1861.  Joined for duty and enrolled: on Sept. 23, 186_
in Brownsville by John Donelson for a period of 12 months.  Value of horse, $50. equipment; $15.

Sept. 23 to Nov. 1, 1861.  Enrolled: Sept. 23 186_ at Brownsvile by Capt. Donelson.
Mustered into service: on Sept. 23, 186_ in Brownsville by Capt. J. A. Settle.  Pay due from enlistment.
Value of horse: $50. equpment; $15.

Jan1, 1862 – Pay due from enlistment.  For use of horse $39.20

January – February 1862 – Pay due from enlistment.

March & April 1862 – Pay due from enlistment – Present

To Oct. 31, 1862 – Mustered into service on June 26, 186_ Near Helena by Capt. Donelson.
Last Paid by Capt. Yary Aug. 31, 186_.  Value of horse; $80.  Equipment $25.
Transfer to Capt. Tobin the 27 Dept. 1862.

Sept. 27 to Oct. 31, 1862.  Pvt. 21 years of age.  Captain William G. Tobin’s Company.
2 Reg’t Texas Mounted Rifles.  Enrolled on June 26, 1862 at Hellena by Capt. Donelson.
Last paid by Capt. Yary on Aug 31, 186_

Feb. 28 – June 32, 1863.  Pvt. (2d) Company F, 2  Regiment Texas Cavalry.
Enlisted on June 26 8161 at Helena by Capt. Donelson for period of war.
Last paid by Capt. Reeves on Feb. 28, 1863.  Present.

July & Aug. 1863 – Last paid by Capt. Elby on June 30, 1863.  Absent.
Remarks: Absent without leave since Aug. 4.

Nov. 1863 – Awal since Nov. 25, 1863.
(Renee’s Note:  Dow Yarbrough married Nancy White on Nov. 30, 1863 in Oakville, Live Oak Co., TX)

Nov. 1863 - Pvt. CO F.  Absent enlisted men of the organization named above.  Without leave since Aug 4, 186_

Not Dated – Pvt. CO F.  List of men absent with and witout leave, sick, and in arrest or confinement,
of the 2d Regiment Texas Cavalry.  Absent without leave since Sept. 25, 1863.

Jan. & Feb. 1864 - D. Yarboro, Pvt. Co. K. 2 Regiment Texas Cavalry.
Enlisted June 26, 1862 in Escondido by Capt. Donelson for period of war.
Last paid by Capt. Milby on Aug. 31, 1863.  Present.  Remarks: Transfer from CO F 2 T. C. Jan. 1, 64.

May 1864 – Furlough since May 1.

Aug. 10, 1864 – Furloughed May 1, 1864.

Aug. 20, 1864 – Furlough May 1, 64.

Aug. 11, 1864 – Absent without leave Aug. 11, 64.

Sept. 10, 1864 – Absent without leave since Aug. 11, 1864.

September 20, 1864 – Absent without leave

October 1864 – Absent without leave since Aug 14, 64.

Nov. 1864 – Absent without leave since Aug. 2, 1864.

Dec. 1864 – Absent without leave.

February 1865 – Absent witout leave Aug. 64.

March 5, 1865 – Absent without leave since February 65.
 
 

Notes: Dow was shot in the hip and this may account for his furlough May 1864 and his AWOL
through March 5, 1865

Co K 2nd Texas Calvary Site can be viewed at
http://freepages.military.rootsweb.com/~yarbrough

Lorenzo Dow Yarbrough (1840-1907) filed for a Confederate Pension on June 28, 1906.  Unfortunately, he died on January 5, 1907 nearly 3 month prior to his application being approved on March 25, 1907.  Dow was born 1840 in Houston Co., TX and came to McMullen County circa 1860 with his father, John Swanson Yarbrough, and step mother, Francis.  Dow married on November 31, 1863 to Nancy White in Live Oak Co., TX.

Nancy White Yarbrough (1846-1931) applied for a Confederate Widows Pension shortly after his death on May 6, 1907 in La Salle Co., TX and the application was approved in September 1907.  Both are buried in the Old Cotulla Cemetery, La Salle Co., TX

Submitted by Renee Smelley




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