Fannin County Military Related Information

Select a Service Branch or one of the wars from the Links below to view those from Fannin County that have an inscription on their tombstone related to the selected service branch or war.

Alexander's Regiment

Read an on-line copy of the Civil War book, Alexander's Regiment, by S. H. Fox.

Three Hundredth and Fifty-Ninth Infantry, Texas Brigade

A Short History and Photographic Record of the 359th Infantry Texas Brigade, Lieut. Col. W. A. Cavenaugh, Commanding by Chaplain of the 359th

The One Hundred and Eightieth Brigade of the 90th Division of the National Army, which embraces the Three-fifty-ninth Regiment, is popularly known as the Texas Brigade, as it was composed almost entirely of Texas citizens. This book, containing well over 2000 photos of soldiers, was published prior to the 359th Regiment's entrance into World War I while the men were still training for battle.

The Men and Women in World War II from Fannin County

More than 250 pages of information and photographs for over 2,000 men and women from Fannin County who were in the military service during World War II. The men and women are listed in mostly alphabetical order but the African American soldiers are included separately at the back of the book.