Eddie Lanham
Reynolds/Tumlinson
Thu Dec 02, 2021 16:34

Thanks you for the information. Our next step is to attempt to convince the Fredericksburg Range folks.
Joseph Tumlinson was also head of a DeWitt Co TX Militia unit during the 1861-65 war. "Capt Joseph Tumlinson's Mounted Minute Men"
I have a copy of the index card, but not the actual records for his unit.
Joseph's brother Peter also had a unit and his son Joseph served with his father.
We found Joseph's grave last year on his former land in DeWitt Co. TX.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qlJsAn39nI

    • Wacogobs, Thu Dec 02 2021 8:05
      Eddie ... you probably have all the below but this book is beyond my slender means Fuel For A Feud (The Taylors, the Tumlinsons, & The Feud) by Marjorie Lee Burnett M.B. Hyatt, 1990 Texas ... more
      • Reynolds/Tumlinson — Eddie Lanham, Thu Dec 02 2021 16:34
      • Wacogobs, Thu Dec 02 2021 8:10
        The census was for Tumlinson, Joseph, Dimmit County Sheriff NOT John "Pegleg" (1848-Jan 31, 1920), son of Captain Joe
    • Wacogobs, Tue Nov 30 2021 6:03
      Is there not enough here? https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=U1paKcqmEJUC&pg=PA296&lpg=PA296&dq=tumlinson+Treaty+of+Peace+texas+3d+January+1874&source=bl&ots=zGSsispVuA&sig=ACfU3U2XHxAXehVMRZsjJR... more
      • TexasEddie Lanham, Tue Nov 30 2021 11:03
        There are 2 TX Ranger groups. The one in Fredericksburg, TX supplies the Texas "Cross" markers. Their "historian" who is confused because of other Tumlinsons that were also Rangers, stated that Capt J... more
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