Pvt 9 Ala Inf CSA.d Feb 13, 1900
First and foremost I want to Thank You for including the grave of my Great Grandfather in your transcription of the cemetery. I knew he was there, but I had doubted due to the family situation, he had a grave marker and yours is one of the only sites where he is even listed. To know his grave does bear a marker means a great deal to me. From the older list which you have linked to your page which lists Soldiers, it seems he is the only known veteran of the Civil War buried at Old Plano. Should you wish to include some extra info on him I am listing it here:
Fred L. Adams
b. abt 1838 Butler County AL
Enlisted 9th AL Inf, 5-1861
Discharged as wounded 5-1862 due to lameness in left leg
Enlisted 9th Calvary, 1-1863
Taken prisoner in Decatur, AL 11-16-1863 and shipped to Camp Morton, IN
Transferred later to Fort Delaware Prison where he was held until release 4-1865
The family left AL for TX sometime between 1888 and 1893 settling in the Collin and Hunt county area and following the death of Fred L, relocated to Navarro County.
Again, my heartfelt Thanks for your obvious hard work in transcribing the cemetery and making this information available to all of us searching for ancestors!
Elizabeth Ezzell (firstname.lastname@example.org)