Thomas R. Williams, industrialist who brought to Bonham Dr. Charles Carlton, founder of Carlton College; Col. James Q. Chenoweth, first auditor of the U.S. Treasury; Judges James C. Clark and R. M. Lusk.
Inspector General Delos Bennett Sackett command of the Inspector General's Office in Washington D.C.
The five companies of the 1st regiment in the Indian Territory at the outbreak of the war, - B, C, D, E and F, - marched to Fort Leavenworth, reaching that post May 31, 1861, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel W. H. Emory, who had been directed (April 17) to collect all the troops in the Indian Territory and take them to that station.
Samuel Bell Maxey assigned 7th Infy as 2nd Lieut in 1846 joining at Monterrey, Mexico, resigned in 1849, later a Major General for the Confederacy in the Civil War and then represented Texas in the U.S. Senate.
Colonel (Later Brigadier General) Douglas H. Cooper commanded Confederate Forces in Indian Territory. He raised a regiment known as the 1st Choctaw and Chickasaw Mounted Rifles and was commissioned as its colonel.
Dr. James M. Johnson organized the 1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment and was enlisted into the service as its colonel.
Colonel William F. Cloud Second Kansas Cavalry.
Captain John W. Rabb 2nd Indiana Battery Light Artillery
John McNeil was made brigadier general to rank from November 29, 1862.
Latin: ult. (ultimo mense); "last month"
Brevet Major W. E. Prince, captain of Company E, 1st Infantry, commanded Fort Leavenworth.