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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Milton Horace McCuistion: Birth: 9 OCT 1851 in Lamar County, Texas. Death: 16 MAR 1892

  2. Thomas Clinton McCuistion: Birth: 1 AUG 1853 in Lamar County, Texas. Death: 21 JUN 1878 in Chicota, Lamar County, Texas

  3. Cora Ellen McCuistion: Birth: 7 MAY 1855 in Lamar County, Texas. Death: 31 DEC 1933 in Lamar County, Texas

  4. William Franklin McCuistion: Birth: 25 JUL 1857. Death: 14 JUN 1886

  5. James J. McCuistion: Birth: 21 SEP 1859. Death: 11 NOV 1859 in Lamar County, Texas

  6. Martha Leona McCuistion: Birth: 10 FEB 1861 in Lamar County, Texas.


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Laura Albina McCuistion: Birth: 18 AUG 1867 in Lamar County, Texas. Death: 20 NOV 1949 in Lamar County, Texas

  2. Watt Greer McCuistion: Birth: 17 APR 1869 in Lamar County, Texas. Death: 10 MAY 1920 in Paris, Texas

  3. Nannie Etta McCuistion: Birth: 15 FEB 1872 in Lamar County, Texas.

  4. George Deed McCuistion: Birth: 28 OCT 1878 in Lamar County, Texas. Death: 22 JUN 1928 in Corpus Christi, Texas

  5. Fannie Lee McCuistion: Birth: 8 JUN 1881 in Lamar County, Texas. Death: 7 NOV 1881 in Lamar County, Texas

  6. Uma McCuistion: Birth: 12 SEP 1883 in Lamar County, Texas. Death: 12 SEP 1883 in Lamar County, Texas

  7. Sara Octavia McCuistion: Birth: 17 OCT 1884 in Lamar County, Texas. Death: 16 NOV 1962 in Lamar County, Texas


Sources
1. Title:   Contains biographical sketches of early settle families
Publication:   Chicago: F.A. Battey and Company, 1889. Pg 549
2. Title:   Contains biographical sketches of early settle families
Publication:   Chicago: F.A. Battey and Company, 1889. Pg 550

Notes
a. Note:   and served with the Army of the Tennessee. He was in engagements atHolly Springs, Mississippi and at Vicksburg, Chickamauga. He was witha series of fights down to Jonesboro, Georgia and afterwards on Hood'sraid into Tennessee. When his army was slaughtered at Franklin anddisoersed, M.H. McCuistion's command made its way into Alabama, wherehe surrendered. He refused all promotion while in the service, butfrequently acted as lieutenant, commissary and quartermaster.
  Mitchell would have to carry the revenue returns on a mule to Austin,several hundred miles away.
  Served in the State Legislature, in the fourteenth and fifteenthsessions.
Note:   He enlisted in the Confederate army, Company K, Ninth Texas Infantry


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