Colonel William B. Ochiltree - Perryton, Ochiltree County, Texas
Address: Main Street, at Courthouse
Directions: in front of Courthouse, Main Street, Perryton
Marker #: 5357000967
Year Dedicated: 1963
Size, type: Civil War Memorials - (pink granite)
Last reported condition: No report
Colonel William B. Ochiltree - Secretary treasury and last attorney general Republic of Texas. Secession Convention delegate 1861. Influential member Provisional Congress which drafted Confederate Constitution, mobilized manpower, set up financial structure, elected political leaders. Resigned to raise 18th Texas Infantry. Led troops to Arkansas in 1862 when regiment called in campaign to repel Union forces from state. A memorial to Texans who served the Confederacy Erected by the State of Texas 1963.
Decimal degrees:  N 36.393641   W -100.801822
Degrees, minutes: N 36 23.618   W 0100 48.109
UTM: Zone 14, Easting 338409, Northing 4029118
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