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WAUL, Thomas N., lawyer, born in Sumter district, South Carolina, 8 January, 1815. He was educated at the University of South Carolina, studied law in Vicksburg, Mississippi, under Sargeant S. Prentiss, and began to practise in 1835. While residing in Mississippi he was chosen judge of the circuit court. Having removed to Texas, he was elected one of her representatives in the 1st Confederate congress. He was a brigadier-general in the Confederate army, haying raised a command that was known as "Waul's legion," and he was severely wounded during an engagement in Louisiana. Both in Mississippi and Texas he has been active in the affairs of the Baptist denomination, with which he is associated.
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