Thomas H. Ware

"Thomas H. Ware enlisted in Co. A. 3rd Mississippi
Featherstone's Brigade in the army of Tennessee in 
1861. He served with his brigade in the volunteer 
companies un­der Generals Joe Johnson and Hood.  He 
was wounded and captured at Peach Tree Creek near 
Atlanta, Ga.  He par­ticipated in the battles of 
Franklin and Missionary Ridge like a loyal Mississipian. 
He was captured after being wounded at Franklin and 
sent to Camp Chase where he remained as a prisoner 
of war until the surrender.  He removed in 1875 to 
Texas and settled in Leon County, Texas.  He married 
Miss Tiny W. Morgan in Thscoloosa, Ala., soon after 
the war. His postofflee is Centreville, Texas."

Source:  TEXANS WHO WORE THE GRAY by Sid S. Johnson,
Mary Love Berryman - 28 August 2001

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