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He joined Capt. Milton M. Boggess' Company, McKie's Squadron Mounted Volunteers, May 14, 1862 at Henderson, Texas. His muster records show his horse was valued at $200 and his equipment at $35. He served in the trans Mississippi Department in W.H. Parsons Brigade. Morgan's Battalion Texas Cavalry was organized with seven companies about November 23, 1863, by the consolidation of Major Charles L. Morgan's Squadron Texas Cavalry, Capt. B. D. McKie's Squadron Texas Cavalry and Capt. William B. Denson's Squadron Louisiana and Texas Cavalry. Three other companies were added at various times and the designation changed to Morgan's Regiment Texas Cavalry about February, 1865. Younger brother John Taylor Hall enlisted 1 Jan 1862 Capt John D Hamilton's Company 1st Regiment Johnson's Brigade Texxas Mounted Volunters.

Birth:
Nov 1829 1
Alabama 1
Death:
31 Dec 1969 1
Pecos, Reeves, Texas 1
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Full Name:
Stephen Taylor Hall 1
Birth:
Nov 1829 1
Alabama 1
Male 1
Death:
31 Dec 1969 1
Pecos, Reeves, Texas 1
Cause: Old age 1
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Birth:
Mother: Martha A Birdsong 1
Father: John M Hall 1
Marriage:
Julia Ann Tankersley 1
30 Aug 1853 1
Alabama 1
Spouse Death Date: 12 Jan 1912 1
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Occupation:
Farmer Grocer 1
Race or Ethnicity:
English 1
Designation Change To:
Morgan's Regiment Texas Cavalry: about Feb 1865 1
Enlistment 14 May 1862 Henderson, Texas:
Capt Milton M Boggess' Company: McKie's Squadron Mounted Volunteers 1
Muster Records: Horse $200 Equipment $35 1
W.H. Parsons Brigade: Tanns-Mississippi Dept. 1
Moran's Bat.Tx. Cav. organized with 7 companies:
about 23 Nov 1863 1

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Stephan Taylor Hall

Troup, Texas

 

He was a 3rd Cousin 3x removed to General Zachary Taylor 12th President 1784-1850.

His personal discription on his application for a state allotment, features were: siight stature. light hair, blue eyes and good character.

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