David Hooks, Private, Co. A, 7th Texas Infantry

1838

  • David Hooks is born in Alabama.

1860

  • June 19:  The United States Federal Census taken in Bosqueville, McLennan County, Texas shows David Hooks working as a teamster.

1861

  • October 2:  Enlists in the Confederate Army in Marshall, Texas.
  • October 1 – August 1: Company Muster Roll.  Absent.  Remarks “with Terrys Texas Rangers when last heard from.”

1862

  • July 31 – October 31:  Company Muster Roll.  Present. Remarks “rejoined his regiment from the 8th Texas Cavalry November 4/62.”
  • July 31- December 31:  Company Muster Roll.  Present. Remarks “present rejoined from the 8th Texas Cavalry in Nov 1862.”

1863

  • January and February:  Company Muster Roll.  Present.  Remarks “on extra daily detail as butcher.”
  • February 28 – June 30:  Company Muster Roll.  Present.  Remarks “on extra daily detail as butcher.”
  • July and August:  Company Muster Roll.  Present.  Remarks “on extra daily detail as butcher.”
  • September and October :   Company Muster Roll.  Present.  Remarks “on extra daily detail as butcher.”
  • November and December:  Company Muster Roll. Present.

1864

  • January and February:  Company Muster Roll.  Present.  Remarks “reenlisted for the length of the war.”
  • March and April:  Company Muster Roll.  Present.  Remarks “extra duty in infirmary corp.”
  • November 30:  Fought in the Battle of Franklin. Killed in Action.  Buried in the McGavock Confederate Cemetery.