CIVIL WAR MONUMENT TO NINE FALLEN CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS. (Hwy 31 at Tarpley)
GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Mapping the Location
Marker next to the road: 6117
Area views: 6115 / 6116 / 6118 / 6119
The Plotted GPS Locator Map:6120
Died in the performance of a faithful service on the morning of September 24, 1864.
The Seventh Kentucky Mounted Infantry. Forrest's Cavalry, Confederates States Army Engaged the enemy on this field and the following is a list of its dead whose remains repose near this stone.
CAPTAIN JOEL T. COCHRAN - Company E
CAPTAIN DAVID L NOWLIN - Company G
SERGEANT JACK WADDELL - Company I
PRIVATE THOMAS HANDBERRY - Company I
PRIVATE THOMAS HATCHELL - Company E
PRIVATE JOHN HANELINE - Company E
PRIVATE JOHN OLIVER - Company K
PRIVATE JOHN WILSON - Company K
And an unknown Mississippian
ERECTED BY A COMRADE - 1911
6111C / 6111 / 6112 / 6113 / 6114
Photographed on 16 Apr 2011 by C. Wayne Austin. Listed on page 92 of the book Giles County Cemeteries by the Historical Society about 1986. Added here 11 May 2012 by C.W.A.
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