MOUNT CEMETERY, GLENDALE, MAURY COUNTY, TENNESSEE
CIVIL WAR VETERANS BURIED AT PLEASANT MOUNT CEMETERY.
AGNEW, J. F., 16 Feb 1839 - 25 Jan
1922. (Son John & Catherine Mitchell Agnew; husband of Amanda P. Agnew;
C.S.A. Co. B, 3rd Tenn Inf.) 6924
BARNETT, James G., 14 Nov 1838 - 20 Jun 1921. (Co. F, 48th Tenn Inf. C.S.A.) This Co. was organized 28 Nov and James Barnett was a private, from the Diary of Andrew J. Campbell. Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot; pg. 117
CASKEY, J. A., 1825 - 1913. (James A.; mar. Amanza A. McDonald on 6 Sep 1849; Co. F, 8th Tenn. Cav., C.S.A.) J.A. Caskey joined Nov 1862 as private, paroled 3 May 1865, also served Co. F, 1st Cav. and was surrendered 26 Apr 1865 at Charlotte, N.C. This was the last muster roll. Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot; pg. 46 & 200.
CASKEY, R. H., 1838 - 1929, (Robert H., 20 Nov 1838 - 10 May 1929; son Robert & Jane Hill Caskey; mar. Margaret Galloway (1843 -1908); Co. F., 6th Tenn Cav., C.S.A.) Robert H. Caskey born 20 Nov 1838, joined the Confederate States Army, 5 Jul 1861; wounded at Crofton Bridge, S.C.; paroled 3 May 1865; living in Glendale in 1906. Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot; pg. 46.
CASKEY, W. S., 19 Jul 1833 - 10 Jul 1897. (Son Robert & Jane Hill Caskey; mar. Missouri F. Bryant, 22 Dec 1870; Co. F., 6th Tenn Cav., C.S.A.) W.S. Caskey joined as a private, 5 Jul 1861. Ref: The Civil War in maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot; pg. 46
CASKEY, G. M., 1841 - 1901. (George N.; b. 1841 d. Feb 1901, son of Robert & Jane Hill Caskey; never married; Co. F, 6th Tenn Cav., C.S.A.) George N. Caskey, joined Company F. 1st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, organized at the home of Capt Andrew Polk, on 5 Jul 1861 in Ashwood, Columbia, Maury County. G.N. Caskey joined 1 Nov 1861 as private; paroled N.C., 3 May 1865. Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot; pg. 45 & 200
DAVIS, J. H. (John Hamilton), age 75 yrs. (b. 30 Sep 1939 in Terrill Co., N.C., d. 1921; Co H, 20th Inf. C.S.A.)
DILLEHAY, James Pullen, 1 Feb 1835 - 15 Aug 1926. (Son Green [Grecus] H. & Susan Allen Dillehay, of N.C. & Va.; Co F, 48th lnf.& 9th Cav. Bn., C. S. A.) James P. Dillehay joined Nov. 1861 private, not at Fort Donelson; transferred to the 4th Cavalry; living at Glendale in 1908. Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot; pg. 119. "90, he was the last of 13 children; served under Gen. Forrest in C.S.A." (D.H., 16 Aug 1926) Ref: Maury County Tennessee Cemeteries. Fred L. Hawkins, pg. 451.
DODSON, Prof. P. W. (Paul Weisman), 19 Jan 1824 - 1 May 1907. (County School Official; teacher 50 yrs.; Cpl, Eng. Dep., C.S.A.)
GALLOWAY, William Thomas, 8 Jun 1846 - 20 Aug 1921. Francis Marion & Caroline Matilda Fauset Galloway; Co. E, 6th Term Cav., C. S. A.)
HARRIS, Robert G., (17 Aug) 1836 - (27 Jun) 1910. (Son of Giles T. & Jane Steele Harris; 1st Lt., Co. H 1st Tenn Inf.; Co. C. 9th Tenn Cav., C.S.A. shares stone with Martha N. Harris.) Robert G. Harris received a pass for shopping and to return by evening, Lt. Comdg Co. G, 9th Tenn. Cav on Oct 2, 1864, and approved by J.B. Biffle, Col.; A roll was prepared by J.W. Hughes, Birmingham, Al., April 4, 1920, Thur. R.G. Harris.; Published in the Maury Press in June of 1861 were the names of the Officers and Privates at Camp Cheatham, included in this list was Pvt. R.G.Harris.; another list of Officer and Privates at Camp Cheatham was published by Columbia Herald and mail, 6 Aug 1875 included in the names was R.G.Harris. Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot, pgs. 29,44,109,110. 6922/6976
HARRIS, C. C. (Carlos C.), 24 May 1837 - 29 Jul 1903. (Son Giles T. & Jane Harris; husband of Laura Thorne.) Carlos C. Harris was in the 48th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Company K (formerly Co. H.) Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot, pg 116. 6923
HIGHT, Goodman S., [25 Feb] 1826- [26 Jul] 1913 (Nat. of NC, son Wm. & Martha Meekins Smith Hight; Co G, 9th Tenn Cav.C.S.A.) Goodman S. Hight, is named in the Diary of Stephen A. Jordan; Straggled on Hood's Raid. Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot. pg 43.
KERR, Marshall N.(Newton), (23 Feb) 1833 - (26 Jan) 1897. (Son A.M. & C. Moreen Kerr of N.C.; Co. D, 4 Reg. Cal., C.S.A.; was prisoner at Camp Douglas for 19 mos.; 1st married Eliza McGahey 1856 - 1875. 2nd mar. Mollie L. Park Kerr.) 7127
MANN, Henry W., 19 Jan 1845 - 11 May 1928. (Death notice; widowed, b. in Marshall Co.; son of Wm. Mann of N.C. & Mary Wilson of Tenn.; information by W.T. Mann, Rt. 6 Columbia. Enlisted in Confederate Army at 16 yrs; married Nancy W. Dillehay who died many years ago; M.D. 17 May 1928. Ref: Maury County Tennessee Cemeteries .Fred L. Hawkins, pg 451.
MOONEY, H. H. (Harrison Henry), 31 Dec 1840 - 26 Oct 1912. (Son J. R. & Ruth S. Martin Mooney; Co. K, 48th Tenn lnf., C.S.A.)
MOORE, Robert H., 3 Jan 1844 - 3 Mar 1918. (Son Ashley & Frances Harris Moore) Robert Hawkins Moore enlisted in Co. E, 11th Tenn. Cav. & later joined Co. G , 9th Tenn Cav. Ref: Maury County Tennessee Cemeteries. Fred L. Hawkins, pg 452.
MOORE, Robert N. (or M,), (28 May 1831 - 6 Nov 1862, Capt. Co. B, 9th Tenn Cav., C.S.A.; died on trip back from prison camp; son James T. Moore.) Robert N. Moore joined Nov. 28, 1861 in Gantt's Tennessee 9th Cavalry Battalion as private. 8 May 1862: Citizens of Columbia who desire to take oath of allegiance: ...R.N. Moore, Captain, 9 Tennessee; Nashville Union. (note: it is established that Jamison was prisoner of war at this time, this must be a list of prisoners, whose homes were in Maury Couty, who wished to take the oath.) Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Maurise Lightfoot, pg. 115, 146.
OLIVER, Dr. Henry 'Hillary' L., 8 Dec 1828 - 27 Jan 1900.' (Son Hezekiah & Mahala Oliver; Col. C.S.A.) Henry Hillary Oliver served as a Lt. Col. in the 53rd Tenn Inf. Reg., due to health he was honorably discharged. Ref: Maury County Tennessee Cemeteries. Fred L. Hawkins, pg. 452
PARK, George W., 1 Oct 1840 - 23 Mar 1927. "1st Tenn., Cavalry, C. S. A." (Son John J. Andrew & Althayer E. Oliver Park.) George W. Park enlisted in 1861, serving almost the entire war in Co. F, 1st Tenn. Inf. Ref: Maury County Tennessee Cemeteries. Fred L. Hawkins, pg 452.
TURNER, Benjamin F., 14 Dec 1819 - 22 Oct 1870. Military marker: "Capt. in Co. F, 1st Tenn Cavalry Confederate States Army." (mar. Margaret F.Hill in 1865. Said to have been buried in Turner Cem. in Holland Bend. ?? Stone here. Note: there must be a misplaced marker at the base of the memorial stone with initials "T.O.D." mb. ) 7099/7100 B.F. Turner, 1st Lt., joined 5 July 1861; wounded at Corinth and discharged as Captain. The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Marise Lightfoot. pg. 49.
VOSS, J. R. (Ranz), 27 Jan 1836 -22 Jan 1918. (Capt. Co H, 48th Tenn lnf & 20th Tenn Cav., C.S.A.) J.R. Voss was in charge of a Company in Nixon't Cavalry, 48th Tn. Ref: The Civil War in Maury County Tennessee. Jill K. Garrett and Marise Lightfoot; pg. 117.
WRIGHT, George F. (Franklin), 13 May 1843 - 29 May 1900. (Son Joseph Anderson & Mary L. Oliver Wright; Co. G., 9th Tenn Cav, C.S.A.; hus. of Susan A. Wright.) 6983
Information compiled by Mary Bob McClain Richardson 22 Aug 2009.