Ericson Books
MILITARY RECORDS
8860 - EAST TEXAS MILITIAMEN 1838-1839 - Nacogdoches, Sabine & San Augustine Counties,
transcribed by Kathryn Hooper Davis. Muster Rolls and pay rolls for men who served against the
Cherokees and Cordovan Rebellion. $20.00

8871 - EAST TEXAS MILITIAMEN 1838-1839 - Fannin, Houston, Nacgdoches, Red River, San
Augustine and Shelby counties. Volume II, 87 pages, soft cover, full name index $20.00 SAVE
MONEY - Buy both militia volumes for $35.00

9020 - FROM THE RIO GRANDE TO THE HALLS OF MONTEZUMA, by Joe E. and Carolyn R.
Ericson. A book containing records of the Mexican War. First section is a linage book of DAMES of
1846, which had members from AR, CA, DC, KY, LA, MD, MA, MS, MO, NY, NC, PA, and TX.
Gives interesting accounts in "Ancestor's Service." Second section of the book contains abstracts
taken from the Texas Association of Mexican War Veterans as well as the National Association.
Contains lists of members, lists of those attending various reunions, newspaper articles and a few
obituaries. $30.00

003 - TEXAS RANGER SERVICE RECORDS 1838-1846, by Frances T. Ingmire. An alphabetical
listing of Texas Rangers, includes rank, enlistment date and discharge date. 172 pages, soft bound.
$30.00

2006 - TEXAS VETERANS IN THE MEXICAN WAR, Muster Rolls of Texas Military Units. by
Charles D. Spurlin, Chairman of Department of Social Sciences at Victoria College. First time these
muster rolls have been printed. When soldier was killed, the date and place of death is given. Soft
bound. L.C. #89-080189, ISBN # 911317-29-5. $25.00

1054 - THE TEXAS NAVY - Freedom Fighters for the Republic of Texas, by Linda Ericson
Devereaux. The exciting story of the exploits of the Navy together with the Muster Rolls of the men
who served. First time these Muster Rolls have been made available in book form. 193 pages, soft
cover, full name index. Sketches by E. M. Schewitz and sketches of the first four ships of the Navy.
L. C. # 83-81716, ISBN # 911317-21-X. $20.00

8839 - THEY ALSO SERVED - Texas Service Records from Headright Certificates, By Gifford
White. Service records located in General Land Office. Supplements D.R.T. muster rolls of Texas
Army. 185 pages, soft cover. ISBN # 0-911317-49-X. $25.00

1058 - WAR OF 1812 VETERANS IN TEXAS, By Mary Smith Faye. Reprint of valuable book.
Gives names of soldiers and brief biographical sketch. Library binding. $42.50

AP100 - NACOGDOCHES IN WORLD WAR II, by Jan Dobbs Barton and Peggy Arriola Jasso.
During World War II, patriotism brought everyone closer as the young men of the area left to fight
for their country. Images of America series celebrates the history of neighborhoods, towns, and cities
across the country. Using archival photographs, each title presents the distinctive stories from the
past that shape the character of the community today. Soft bound, 127 pages, loaded with
photographs. A must have for the serious collector. $21.99

ML100 - EAST TEXAS IN WORLD WAR II, by Bill O'Neal. Texas made a remarkable contribution
to the American war effort during World War II. Almost 830,000, including 12, 000 women,
donned uniforms, and more than 23,000 Texas fighting men died for their country. America's most
decorated soldier, Lt. Audie Murphy, and most decorated sailor, submarine commander Sam
Dealey, both were Texans. Soft bound, 127 pages. Lots of photographs. A wonderful book for the
serious collector. $21.99

MR100 - MUSTER ROLL OF THE RESERVE MILITIA, NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS 1870,
transcribed & edited by Carolyn Reeves Ericson. This muster roll is the first that lists all black militia
members starting on page 21, giving full name, age in years and months, precinct of residence and
their occupation. A valuable book if you are researching your African-American roots. Thermal
binding, 32 pages. $17.50

MR101 - THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF MOSES A. CLEVELAND 7TH BATTERY MASS. LIGHT
ARTILLERY & THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE PORT OF MOBILE, ALABAMA 1864-1865,
transcribed by Olga Fairfax, Ph.D. Thermal binding, 142 pages, indexed. $25.00

         TEXAS COUNTY, RECORDS CIVIL WAR

3095 - ANGELINA COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Kathryn Hooper Davis and
Carolyn Reeves Ericson. 225 pages, thermal binding, full name index. Alphabetical listing of
veterans and/ or their widows who drew pensions or Confederate Land Grants, giving dates of birth
and death, place of interment, name of spouse and date of marriage, where known and service.
$30.00

D1017 - CAMP COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Joe E. & Carolyn R. Ericson.
A brief biographical sketch of Civil War veterans who either served from or moved to Camp
County, Texas after the Civil War. 108 Pages, thermal binding, full name index. $25.00

CW204 - CASS COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Joe E. & Carolyn R. Ericson.
Alphabetical listing of veterans and/ or their widows who drew pensions or Confederate Land
Grants, giving dates of birth and death, place of interment, name of spouse and date of marriage,
where known and service. 266 Pages, thermal binding, full name index. $35.00

D1014 - CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Linda Ericson
Devereaux and Kathryn Hooper Davis. Gives dates of birth, death, marriage and place of burial,
(where known) names of spouse(s), parents, military service, Confederate Pensions and comments.
575 pages, library binding, full name index. $65.00

CW206 - COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Carolyn Reeves Ericson.
Alphabetical listing of veterans and/ or their widows who drew pensions or Confederate Land
Grants, giving dates of birth and death, place of interment, name of spouse and date of marriage,
where known and service.533 Pages, thermal binding, full name index. $65.00

CW201 - FANNIN COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Carolyn R. Ericson.
Alphabetical listing of veterans and/ or their widows who drew pensions or Confederate Land
Grants, giving dates of birth and death, place of interment, name of spouse and date of marriage,
where known and service. 508 Pages, thermal binding, full name index. $65.00

M1989 - FREESTONE COUNTY - SEE UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS OF LIMESTONE
AND FREESTONE COUNTIES, TEXAS

BE1001 - GREGG & UPSHUR COUNTIES IN THE CIVIL WAR, by Bonnie Marlin Ericson &
Carolyn Reeves Ericson. Alphabetical listing of veterans and / or their widows who drew pensions or
Confederate Land Grants, giving dates of birth and death, place of interment, name of spouse and
date of marriage, where known and service. 298 Pages, thermal binding, full name index. $35.00

D1006 - HARRISON COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Kathryn Hooper Davis,
Linda Ericson Devereaux and Carolyn Reeves Ericson. 467 pages in library binding, indexed.
Veterans and/or their widows are listed in alphabetical order, giving dates of birth, death, and
marriage. Name of spouse(s), parents Confederate Pension number, service, and other comments.
$65.00

D1016 - CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS OF HOUSTON COUNTY, TEXAS by Kathryn Hooper Davis &
Carolyn Reeves Ericson. Soldiers identified as serving from Houston County or moving there after
the Civil War. Information includes dates of birth, death, marriage, and place of burial, where
known. Names of spouse(s) and parents are given as well as service, pension numbers and
comments - such as wounds, battles, etc. 346 pages in library binding. $45.00

D1013 - CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS OF JASPER & NEWTON COUNTIES IN TEXAS, compiled by
Kathryn Hooper Davis & Carolyn Reeves Ericson. 341 pages, Library binding, full name index.
$40.00

M1989 UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS OF LIMESTONE AND FREESTONE COUNTIES,
TEXAS. Rosters of Ex-Confederates of Limestone Co., camp minutes, lists of living Confederate
veterans and Confederate widows in 1926 and possible Civil War veterans buried in Limestone
County and much more. 138 pages, soft cover. $24.50

JE5000 - MARION COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, by Joe and Carolyn Ericson.
Alphabetical listing of veterans and / or their widows who drew pensions or Confederate Land
Grants, giving dates of birth and death, place of interment, name of spouse and date of marriage,
where known and service. 114 Pages, thermal binding, full name index. $25.00

D1018 - MORRIS COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, by Joe E. Ericson, Carolyn R. Ericson &
Elizabeth Shull Russell. Biographical sketches of Civil War Soldiers and/or theirwives (if the wife filed
for a Confederate Pension) who lived or died in Morris County, Texas. Details include where
known: birth, death, burial, spouse(s), parents, pension number if he received a Confederate
Pension, military service and special comments. Each entry has a list of sources below their specific
information. Alphabetical order, thermal binding, 128 pages, indexed. $25.00

CW210 - THE POPLE OF NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, REVISED BY
CAROLYN R. ERICSON. Alphabetical listing of veterans and / or their widows who drew pensions
or Confederate Land Grants, giving dates of birth and death, place of interment, name of spouse
and date of marriage, where known and service. 539 Pages, thermal binding, full name index.
$65.00

D1013 - NEWTON COUNTY - see Civil War Soldiers of Jasper & Newton Counties, Texas.

D1003 - PANOLA COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Kathryn Hooper Davis,
Carolyn Reeves ericson, and Linda Ericson Devereaux. Alphabetical listing of soldiers and/or their
widows, dates of birth, death, and marriage, place of interment,(where known), service, parents,
and any comments. 226 pages, soft cover, full name index. ISBN # 0-911317-63-5. $25.00

CW200 - RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, by Joe & Carolyn Ericson.
Alphabetical listing of veterans and / or their widows who drew pensions or Confederate Land
Grants, giving dates of birth and death, place of interment, name of spouse and date of marriage,
where known and service. 300 Pages, thermal binding, full name index. $40.00

D1012 - CONFEDERATE DEAD OF ROBERTSON COUNTY, TEXAS, by Monica Renee Hague.
Contains muster rolls, lots of photographs, cemetery records, pension records, Confederate
Reunions, official reports, and the history and tribute to John Bell Hood, including photos from the
National Archives. 155 pages, thermal binding, full name index. $25.00

6020 - RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS REBS, compiled by Kathryn Hooper Davis & Carolyn reeves
Ericson. Sketches of Civil War veterans compiled from cemetery records, marriage records, muster
rolls, confederate pension applications, indigent lists, service records, etc. 541 pages, library binding,
full name index. ISBN # 0-911317-60-0 $60.00

D1004 - SABINE COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Kathryn Hooper Davis,
Linda Ericson Devereaux, and Carolyn Reeves Ericson. 130 pages, soft cover. ISBN #
0-911317-64-3. $25.00

D1005 - SAN AUGUSTINE COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, compiled by Kathryn Hooper
Davis, Linda Ericson Devereaux, and Carolyn Reeves Ericson. Alphabetical listing of veterans and/
or their widows, giving dates of birth, death and marriage. Place of interment, names of spouse(s),
parents, and service. Number of Confederate Pension is given, and a comments section contains
data on battles, wounds, date of enlistment, etc. 186 pages, soft cover, thermal binding. $25.00

1022 - SHELBY COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE CIVIL WAR, by Kathryn Hooper Davis and Carolyn
Reeves Ericson. Foreword by Joe Ellis Ericson. Records compiled from juster rolls, indigent lists,
pension applications, mortuary warrants, marriage records, cemetery records and family records.
333 pages, full name index, soft cover, thermal binding. ISBN # 0-911317-56-2. $35.00

CE5050 - TITUS & FRANKLIN COUNITES IN THE CIVIL WAR, by Carolyn Ericson & Bonnie
Ericson.  Biographical sketches of Civil War Soldiers and/or theirwives (if the wife filed for a
Confederate Pension) who lived or died in Titus or Franklin Counties, Texas. Details include where
known: birth, death, burial, spouse(s), parents, pension number if he received a Confederate
Pension, military service and special comments. Each entry has a list of sources below their specific
information. Alphabetical order, thermal binding, 507 pages, indexed. $65.00

D1015 - TRINITY COUNTY IN THE CIVIL WAR, By Kathryn Hooper Davis and Carolyn Reeves
Ericson. An alphabetical listing of veterans and/or their widows, giving dates of birth, death and
marriage; place of interment, names of spouse(s), parents, service and number of Confederate
Pension is given. 149 pages, soft cover. A wonderful source for those looking for their civil war
ancestor. $25.00

BE1001 -  UPSHUR COUNTY - See Gregg & Upshur Counties In The Civil War.

                                
GENERAL CIVIL WAR RECORDS

4142 - CONFEDERATE OFFICERS OF TEXAS, by Frances T. Ingmire. Alphabetical list of officers,
giving date and company in which they served. A separate section in the back of the book lists the
officers by county. 107+ pages, soft cover. $35.00

2060 - CONFEDERATE P.O.W.'s - transcribed by Carolyn Reeves Ericson and Frances T. Ingmire.
Soldiers, Sailors and Marines who died in Northern prison camps during the Civil War. Gives names
of soldiers, unit and states from which they served, date of death and number of grave. ISBN #
0-911317-34-1. $50.00

Y1001 - REMINISCENCES OF THE BOYS IN GRAY 1861-1865, by Mamie Yeary. Published
originally in 1912, this valuable book as been out of print for many years. Sketches of Texas
Confederate veterans, giving biographical information, service, battles, wounds, etc. 902 pages in
library binding, with a section containing a chronological list of engagements by states. $90.00

D1007 - TEXAS CONFEDERATE HOME ROSTER - with added data from Confederate Home
Ledgers, compiled by Kathryn Hooper Davis, Linda Ericson Devereaux and Carolyn Reeves
Ericson. Names of over 2,000 Confederate veterans and/ or their wives who were cared for in their
later years in the Confederate Home in Austin, Texas. Data includes dates of birth & death, place of
birth, date of immigration to Texas, marital status, religious preference, occupation, and whom to
notify in case of death. A few have exact dates of birth, place, and names of parents, with mothers
maiden name.A GOLD MINE OF INFORMATION. 349 pages, full name index, library binding.
$60.00

2076 - TEXAS CONFEDERATE SCRIPT GRANTEES, by Dr. Thomas Lloyd Miller. This volume lists
grantees in alphabetical order by surname, giving the county where the land was granted, certificate
number, date issued, and whether the grant was given to the soldier himself or to his widow. 165
pages, soft cover. ISBN # 911317-38-4, L. C. # 85-71227. $25.00

8840 - YANKS AND SOME REBS IN TEXAS 1890, by Kathryn Hooper Davis. Names of persons
who served in the Army, Navy and Marine Corps of the U. S. during the Civil War, and widows of
such persons. Some enumerators included all veterans, whether they were Rebels or Yanks. 443
pages, soft cover, thermal binding. ISBN # 0-911317-50-3. $50.00