Title: Soldier's Application for Pension
Publication: Texas: 31 August 1910 #19149
Title: Ibid. Pg 403
Title: Mortuary Warrant. Texas: 24 July 1934. #19149
Note: Nacogdoches County, Texas. Letter from grandson Claayton SilasMcCuistion, states; "grandfather, J. Frank McCuistion was.....not bornin Nacogdoches County, Texas, but in the state of Tennessee." J.Frank was actually born Marshall County, Mississippi. MarshallCounty, Mississippi in on the border of Tennessee and Mississippi. Thefamily moved to Nacogdoches County in 1849. J. Frank was nevermarried to a Miss Sumers nor a Miss Corley as stated by Leona.
J.F. died at the home of his son John McCuistion; his death was causedby Arteriosclerosis and Chronic Nefritis. The spelling of JohnFrank's name on the Physician Certificate is McCuistian.
J. Frank served with Confederate States Army; Company H, 4th TexasRegiment of Cavalry during the Civil War. He was a regularvolunteer, enlisting in May 1864 and was discharged in May 1865 "onaccount of close of war."
Note: Leona's genealogy lists J. Frank McCuistion as being born in
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