Albert G. Collins

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Albert G. Collins
State Army
Full Name: Albert G. Collins
Location: Section:Confederate Field, Section 3 (B)
Row:A  Number:32
Reason for Eligibility: Confederate Veteran 
Birth Date: February 4, 1846 
Died: January 8, 1941 
Burial Date: January 10, 1941 
Confederate Home Roster Information:
Birth Place: Texas 
Occupation: Stockman 
Marital Status: Married 
Came To Texas: Native 
Residence: Barnhart, Texas 
Admitted To Home: June 8, 1926 
Religion: Baptist 
Army: Trans Mississippi 
Division: Tom Green's 
Brigade: Polignac's 
Regiment: Walter's Bat. of Cav. 

COLLINS, ALBERT G.(1846~1941)Albert G. Collins was born February 4, 1846, in DeWitt County, Texas to Louis P. Collins and Laticia Slocum, both of Mississippi. During the Civil War, Collins fought in Company D of Walters Battalion of Cavalry in Tom Green's Brigade in Polynac's Division of the Trans Mississippi Army.

After the war, Collins worked as a stockman in Barnhart, Texas. Due to old age, he was admitted to the Confederate Men's Home in Austin on December 15, 1924. Collins only stayed about five months, but returned to the Home at his request on June 8, 1926. He spent the next fifteen years at the Home until his death on January 8, 1941.

Information taken from Confederate Home Roster and Death Certificate.

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