Texas State Cemetery
Cemetery is the home of 9 Confederate Generals and more than 1,000 soldiers.
The Generals in this table are not of Louisiana.
General Sidney Albert Johnston was originally
buried in Metairie Cemetery in Orleans Parish in the Army of Tennessee Tumulus.
Killed at the Battle of
Pleasant Hill La.
APRIL 15, 1864.
BRED AN OFFICER IN
An Officer in the
Foreign Legion in FRANCE
Knighted by the
Gallantry in the
Carlist war in SPAIN.
Also a PASHA
IN THE TURKISH
3rd Texas Infantry:
1st Texas Cavalry:
Co. M. 1st Texas foot Rifles
and aid de Camp to
GEN. X. B.
C. S. A.
Jan. 25, 1816
In Schlestadt, France.
Jan. 6, 1895
Xavier Blanchard Debray
Came To Texas From France 1848 Spanish
Newspaper Publisher. Joined Confederate
Army As 1st Lieutenant. Tom Green's
Rifles 1861. Served Aide-De Camp Texas
Governor Francis R. Lubbock. Major 2nd
Regiment Texas Infantry. Colonel 26th
Texas Cavalry Known As Debray's Regiment
Used Extensively For Frontier Scouting
Reconnaissance, Attacking And Fighting
Delaying Actions. Commander Eastern
District Texas And Galvaston Defenses
Made Brigadier General 1864 After Red
River Campaign To Prevent Invasion
Erected By The State Of Texas