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Peel, Andrew J.

Co. I, 3 Texas Infantry

(1 Regiment, Luckett's Reg't.)

(CONFEDERATE)

Private    --     Private


Andrew J. Peel
Pvt, {Capt. Eli Toole's Company
        Texas Volunteer Infantry

Age 22 years

Appears on
COMPANY MUSTER ROLL
in the organization named above.
for to June 30, 1862

Enlisted
When: June 22, 1862
Where: San Antonio
By Whom: E. Toole

Mustered into service:
When: June 22, 1862
Where: San Antonio
By Whom: Capt. E. Toole

Last Paid
By Whom:
To what time:

Remarks: Absent on furlough from 24 June (over)

     *This company was known at various times as 2d Lieutenant Toole's Detachment, Texas Volunteer Infantry; Captain Toole's Company Texas Volunteer Infantry; Captain Toole's Company, Captain Trainer's Company and Company I, 3d Regiment Texas Infantry.
     The field officers of this regiment were appointed September 4, 1861, when but one company had been formed, but the organization was not completed until October 29, 1862, when three independent companies were assigned to it by order of Brig. Gen. Bee. The regiment was known as the 1st and as Luckett's Regiment Texas Infanry but it was finally designated as the 3d Regiment Texas Infantry.



JAN. 31, 1912
50519266


to 5 July, 1862


Andrew J. Peel
Pvt, {Capt. Eli Toole's Company
        Texas Volunteer Infantry

Age_____years

Appears on
COMPANY MUSTER ROLL
in the organization named above.
for to July & Aug, 1862

Enlisted
When:
Where:
By Whom:

Mustered into service:
When:
Where:
By Whom:

Last Paid
By Whom:
To what time:

Remarks: Discharged from the Confederate Army he (over)

     *This company was known at various times as 2d Lieutenant Toole's Detachment, Texas Volunteer Infantry; Captain Toole's Company Texas Volunteer Infantry; Captain Toole's Company, Captain Trainer's Company and Company I, 3d Regiment Texas Infantry.
     The field officers of this regiment were appointed September 4, 1861, when but one company had been formed, but the organization was not completed until October 29, 1862, when three independent companies were assigned to it by order of Brig. Gen. Bee. The regiment was known as the 1st and as Luckett's Regiment Texas Infanry but it was finally designated as the 3d Regiment Texas Infantry.



JAN. 31, 1912
50519266


having furnished a substitute on the 30th day of Aug. by Gen. P. O. Nebert Special Order.
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