23. Thomas Littleton Lytle
was born in Nov 1835. He served in the military from Apr 7 1862 to May
14 1865. "K" Infantry 60 th. Regiment of North Carolina in the Army
of the Confederate States. He was ill with a injury from the war on May 14 1865
in Resaca, Georgia.
The following was taken from his Pension Application applied for in Buncombe County, NC on June 4, 1901 when he was 65 years old: He received a wound in the left side of the head, and the bullet came out through the mouth, leaving the right jaw bone paralyzed, and effecting the eye sight, throat, tongue, head and hearing; thereby causing a general disability of the whole body and preventing him from earning a living by labor, that being the only means he has of livings.
Doctor's account: He was wounded in head, ball entering above left ear and came out through mouth. He is paralyzed to a certain extent. He is incapable of earning a living from his own labor. (Application was approved.) He appeared on the census in 1900 in McDowell County, NC. It shows Thomas living with his sister, Lizzie in McDowell County. He died after 1901. He was buried in Bethel Cemetery, Old Fort, NC. Grave marked, T.L. Lytle
Co. I 60 NC Inf CSA The Buncombe County Census shows Thomas living with Dicy Burnett in 1880. She was Thomas' niece, daughter of Susan Hamby. He apparently never married. All Census Records prior to 1880 indicate he was living with his father.
Emily ? was born about 1840. Thomas
Littleton Lytle and Emily ? had the following children:
+119 i. Exton Lytle.
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