Samuel Houston ALLEN

Confederate Military Service Records

13th Tennessee Infantry, C. S. A.

Company E, "The Dixie Rifles"

Sam Houston ALLEN was the brother of my great grandfather, who served in the same company of the 13th Tennessee Infantry. 

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