Military Records and Other Items

Texas Revolution
The State pages have scans of the originals of the 1835-1836 Muster Rolls of Texas, which include the Battle of San Jacinto and lists of those who fell at the Alamo, Goliad, and San Jacinto. There is also a complete index making it easy to find your soldier and PDF files for easy download and magnification.
Civil War
Petra Wright has contributed an 1890 Rusk County Union Soldier Schedule to this site.

Three Hundred and Fifty-Ninth Infantry, Texas Brigade The link will take you to a list of Rusk County members - surnames are: Adams, Anderson, Barrett, Birdwell, Burton, Conway, Dickerson, Gilbreath, Glasscock, Goodlett, Guin, Hillin, Hubbard, Huston, Irby, Irwin, Jackson, Lasseter, Lloyd, Morris, Nash, Neal, Osborne, Parker, Phillips, Phillips, Rankin, Sanders, Simmons, Smith, Starkey, Swinney, Thompson, Till, Woodham, Wynn
Multiple Wars, Rangers or Peace-Time Records
The TXGenWeb Rusk County Archives contains extensive lists of servicemen for World War II and lists of pensioners from the Mexican War and the Civil War.