Re: A. P. Shuford

Member Mark Reid shared the following from his files concerning a query posted here: A. P. (Poindexter) SHUFORD was a delegate from Wood County to the Texas Secession Convention at Austin Texas in 1861 and cast a vote against secession. He went to the Confederate army as a second lieutenant in Company E, 22nd Texas Infantry. After the war, he was Attorney General of Texas. He was born in North Carolina in 1837 and the son of Eli R. Shuford (1803 – 1874) of Mineola, Wood County, Texas. Before the war he was a lawyer in Quitman. He died in 1874 or 1875 in Quitman, Texas. His brother, Pinkney, was a postmaster in Quitman.

Query: Shuford

Does anyone have a detailed bio on A. Poindexter “Deck” Shuford, whose father was Eli?
Shuford was a Quitman attorney, apparently married, and died there ca. 1874.
Thanks,
Skipper Steely
Paris, Texas
wrightpress@suddenlink.net

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