B. A. Caudle, Cpl., Co. B/Co. K, 19th Reg't. Tx Inf .
Enlisted May 1, 1862, at Mnt. Vernon, Tex. at age 20.Traveled 70 miles to place of rendezvous,
Company stationed at Camp Waterhouse, Mation Co. Tex., March 30, 1862 to May 10, 1862, Caudle was transferred to Capt. S.A.
Chesley B. Caudle, Cpl., Co. G, 30th Reg't.TX Cav. (Gurley's)( 1st TX Partisan Rangers)
Enlisted July 1862 Bosqueville, near Waco, Tex. and served to the end of the war.
D. C. Caudle, Pvt., Co., I, 23rd TX Cav. (Gould's)
Daniel C. Caudle,
Pvt., 8th Brigade, TX State Troops
Enlisted in the Mnt. Vernon Grays, Active Company, Inf. or Cav, at Mnt. Vernon, Tex.
July 16, 1861
Elisha Caudle (Elijah), Sgt., Co. A, 16th Reg't. TX Cav. (Fitzhugh's)
Caudle, Pvt., TX Militia.
Enlisted (1861?), Active Company, Prec. No. 6, Hopkins City, Texas Militia. Subject
to Militia duty in Prec. No. 6, Hopkins City.
I.V. Caudle, Pvt., Hopkins Co., Beat No. 5,
9thh TX Brigade, TX Militia and State Troops
J. D. Caudle, Pvt., Co. I, 23rd Reg't. TX Cav. (Gould's)
J. W. Caudle, Pvt., Co. I, 23rd TX Cav. (Gould's)
James Caudle, Pvt., Co. F, 6th
Reg't. TX Cav. (Wharton, Stone's)
Enlisted Sept. 23, 1861 at McKinney, Tex.
James D. Caudle,
Pvt., Co., I, 9th Reg't. TX Cav. (Sims')
James H. Caudle, Cpl., Co. I, 9th Reg't.TX Cav.(Sims')
Enlisted in the Mnt. Vernon Grays, Active Company, Inf. or Cav. on July, 1861.
Hiram Caudle,Capt. promoted Col., Co. D, 34th Reg't. TX Cav. (Alexander's Reg't.) (2nd TX Partisan Rangers)
In 1861 he was a member of the local Red River County Rangers. Records show that he
enlisted in Co. D, 34th Texas Cav. (Alexander's Regiment,) on March 7, 1862, at Pine Creek, Tex. He was appointed Captain,
March 7, 1862. The Regiment served in the Indian Territory and as a part of what became Polignac's Brigade, fought at Shirley's
Ford and Newtonia, Missouri and Prairie Grove, Ark. In 1862.Then in the Spring of 1863, the unit wasreorganized and Caudle
was placed in command, first as Lt. Col., promoted Aug. 22, 1863. Muster roll Field and staff for Jan. and Feb. 1864 (latest
on file) shows him as a Lt. Col. Presence or absence not stated. He was later promoted Colonel on April 22, 1865 to date Aug.
27, 1865. Regimental Returns for April 1865 shows him present, a Colonel. He led the regiment in action at Vidalia and Harrisonburg
and in the Red River Campaign in Louisiana during 1864, continuing as its commander until
it was disbanded in Texas in the Spring of 1865. Capture, parole, or later record not found. The 34th Tex. Cav. appears to
have been dismounted. It was also called the 2nd Texas Partisans.
Joseph Caudle, Pvt., Co. I, 9th
Reg't. TX Cav. (Sims')
M. N. Caudle, Pvt., Co. I, 23rd Reg't. TX Cav. (Gould's)
Mark Caudle, 1st
Lt., Co. I, 9th Reg't. TX Cav. (Sims')/1st Lt., 8th Brigade, TX State Troops
Enlisted July, 1861 in the Mount Vernon Grays, active Company, Inf. or Cav.
M. W. Caudle,
Private, enlisted in the Red River Home Guard, Volunteer Infantry, 8th Brigade, Brig.
Gen. Wooten commanding, Texas Militia on June 29, 1861 in the Pine Creek Precinct.
Newton Caudle, Pvt.,Co., I, 9th Reg't. TX Cav.(Sims')
Enlisted in the Mnt. Vernon Grays, Active Company, Inf. or Cav., 8th Brigade, Texas
State Troops in July, 1861.
Richard Caudle, Co. B, Frontier TX State Troops
W. H. Caudle, Pvt.,
Co. B, 19th Reg't. TX Inf.
Enlisted in the Mnt. Vernon Grays, Active Company, Inf. or
Cav., 8th Brigade, Tex. State Troops in July, 1861. Enlisted in the Tex. Volunteers, Col. Waterhouse. Enlisted at age 32.
J. Caudle, Pvt., Co. I, 23rd Reg't. TX Cav.(Gould's)
Confederate honor guard, 9th Texas and the Order of Confederate Greys, dedication ceremony for Mark Caudle, Caudle Cemetery,
Mnt. Vernon, Texas.
|Marcus Newton Caudle, 1843-1919
|Daniel Clayton Caudle,8th Brig. Tex. State Troops C.S.
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