Description: The 8th Texas Cavalry, popularly known as Terry's Texas Rangers, was a group of Texas volunteers for the Confederate States Army assembled by Colonel Benjamin Franklin Terry in August 1861. This panorama is a group photographic portrait of the Terry's Texas Rangers reunion in Houston, Texas on November 10, 1908. Persons represented include: B.F. Weems, Company B; L.B. Giles, Company D; P.H. Arnold, Company F; D.W. Graham, Company A; E.A. Holmes, Company H; J.A. Jackson, Company K; W.H. Albertson, Company H; F. Perry Bryan, Company B; Joe Harris, Company B; R.C. Houston, Company G; Jno. W. Hill, Company D; William Owens, Company C; Abe Thomas, JAG (Judge Advocate General?); W.H. Jenkins, Company G; Chas. Stone, Company D; Rufus Y. King, Company A; James Pryor, Company G; E.M. Phelps, Company G; W.C. Krooger(?), Company G; J.H. Washington, Company D; Joe Polley; W.R. Davis, Company D; Miss Stell Holcomb; Miss Mattie Blackburn; Unidentified; Mrs. Clem Basset; Jim Conner; Geo. Barunds(?), H.R.; Miss Harris Brenham; Unidentified; Charley Stone, Company D; B.F. Burris, Company C; J.B. Polley, HB (Hood's Brigade); Madam Harris Brenham; Unidentified; Nat Holmes; Mrs. T.J. Taylor; T.A. Hill, Company D; Unidentified; John Farmer, Company K; H.W. Graber, Company B; W.P. Dever, Company B; Geo. T. McGehee, Company D; Unidentified; T.J. Taylor, Company D; W.D. Smith; A.B. Briscoe, Company K; Mrs. Jno. M. Claiborne; Jno. M. Claiborne, Company D; J. Harris, Company B; Geo. W. Littlefield, Company I; Theo. C. Lubbock, Company K; S.S. Ashe, Company B; Mrs. D.S. Combs, SA; D.S. Combs, Company D; J.H. Parramore, Company I; Thomas W. Hill; W.B. Simpson, Company F; J.K. White, Company E; W.W. Cannon, Company B; Pryer(?); Clement Basset, Company H; W.D. Cleveland, Company B; Chas(?) Littlefield, Company E; John H. Ferguson; J.K.P. Blackburn, Company F; Kirchfeld(?); W.N. Albright, Company D; Allen Perry, Col (Colored); W.F. Holcomb; Unidentified; D [Doc] Mathews, Company K.
Citation information: Terry's Texas Rangers reunion panorama. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Arrangement: The collection consists of a single item.
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