Veterans of the Confederate Army living in Greene County in December of 1899 had their photographs taken for this photo-montage. The veterans were members of Co, C. DeVeer Battalion-Kitchen Division, which participated in Price's Raid through Missouri, Kansas and Indian Territory.
They were returning home from Fort Smith, according to the information on the original. Because the names and the order in which they were listed vary between sources, we cannot be sure of their accuracy.
Below are the names:
Names (Left to Right)
Top row: T.J. Edwards, John McHaney, Andy Webb, Dr. M.L. Meriwether, Wake Stuart, P.W. Moss, B.H. Crowley, R.H. Gardner, L. McHaney, A.C. Griffin.
Second row: John Burnette, A. Yarbrough, O.S. Newsom, John Lytle, Unidentified, Seth Peoples, William Marlowe, Nimrod Hampton, F.M. Daulton.
Third row: Dr. Graham, Mack Wadley, Professor R.S. Thompson, W.T. Thorn, Dane Weaver, R.H. Courtney, L.C. Thompson, B.F. Bibbs, William Weatherly, J.N. Johnson, John Slatton.
Fourth row: W.C Gramling, Wright Weatherly, Charles Forsythe, Adam Yow, Henry Wood, J.W. Langley, A.B. Hays, Bob Bolin, A. Walker, W.S. Pruett
Fifth row: Bob Rutledge, John Turner, Mr. HcHaney, John Cravens, Dr. Burton, W.H. Waldron, John Clark, Smith Burton, Mr. Harkey, Jim Thompson, Isom Seita.
Sixth row: Jim Douglas, A.T. Chaffin, John Brinkley, Frank McLemore, Mr. Holcomb, unidentified, Perry Hyde, W.W. Pate, Francis Hyde, R.A. Cole.
Seventh row: Bob
Gilbert, Peter Reeves, D.L. Fitzgerald, W.B. Harvey, J.R.
Bratton, Houston Weatherly, John Osteen, W.H. Holleman, Gary Cole
and Robert Pruett