From the panhandle across the state to the Gulf Coast, men of Texas mustered units and enlisted to fight for the South. What began as a number of mediocre military organizations, through a costly series of trials, ultimately was transformed to become a premier brigade in perhaps the finest division of the Army of Tennessee.
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The men of Granbury’s Texas Infantry Brigade mustered from the following counties:
Anderson | Angelina | Austin | Bastrop | Bell | Bexar | Bosque | Brazos | Calhoun | Cherokee | Cleveland | Coryell | Dallas | Denton | DeWitt | Eastland | Ellis | Fairfield | Fayette | Freestone | For Bend | Galveston | Gonzales | Goliad | Grimes | Guadalupe | Harrison | Hardin | Hays | Henderson | Houston | Huntsville | Jasper | Jefferson | Johnson | Karnes | Kaufman | Lampasas | Lavaca | Liberty | Limestone | Matagorda | McLennan | Montgomery | Nacogdoches | Parker | Red River | Refugio | Rusk | Smith | Tarrant | Travis | Tyler | Upshur | Washington | Wise | Van Zandt | Victoria