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ROSE HILL CEMETERY, COLUMBIA TENNESSEE


CONFEDERATE VETERAN, Vol. 26, No. 12 (Dec. 1918), p. 530. Added to FAG by: Leon Basile 7/12/2008

Wearing the Gray in Camp Douglas Military Prison, Chicago, Illinois, 1862.
Top Row (from left to right):Allen Adcock, Reuben Adcock, Hewlett Rains, Henry Eason, J.T. Mackey, Zeke Campbell, Pat Barrington, John T. McGill, Junius Hayes.
Second Row:_ _ _ Smithson. Walter Akin, T.F. Fleming, John Porter, John Conner.
Bottom Row: Tom Shea, Dave Trousdale, Jim Booker, William H. Trousdale, Joe Rainey, S.S. Porter.


Gravestones of Allen A Adcock, James Daniel Allen & Benjamin F. Babbett.
Added by: Kim Shockey (reb) to F.A.G. compiled for here by Mary Bob McClain Richardson 25 Oct 2009.  


Grave Listings from above photos

ADCOCK, Ruben,
1825 - 15 May 1911. Mar. Sarah Barnes in 1849; Co. K, 48th Tenn. Inf., C.S.A.; Lived with brother Allen. (M.D., 30 Mar 1911.; MCTC). Buried ROSE HILL CEMETERY. (REUBEN ADCOCK - 48th (Voorhies') Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, Co. C, Confederate side, rank in Pvt. rank out Pvt. (Civil War Soldiers and Sailors)

ADCOCK, Allen A.
, 1830 - 1921. Military marker; "Corp Co. I 16 Tenn Cav. Confederate States Army."

AKIN, Walter (Walter C.), 1 Apr 1845 - 12 Sep 1893. (d. Nashville; Son James Akin; husb. Mary Frierson; Color Bearer, Maury Grays, C.S.A.; MCTC). Buried ROSE HILL CEMETERY. 19th (Biffle's) Battalion, Tennessee Cavalry, Co. D, Confederate side, rank in Pvt. rank out Pvt. (Civil War Soldiers and Sailors) Block "L"

ALLEN, James Daniel
, (birth date unknown) - 14 Dec 1864. Military marker: "Confederate State Army, Confederate States, Wounded Nov 29, 1864." Note: entered the Army 1862. Shown as birthdate on F.A.G.)

BABBETT, Benjamin F.(Franklin),
1840 - 1864. Military marker: "Pvt Co. B 2nd Tenn Inf. Confederate Sates Army."

FLEMING, Thomas F.
, 14 Aug 1845 - Jun 1921. (Son of William Stuart & Frances McClelland S. Fleming; mar. to Miss Lilly Baird; Co. C, 48th Tenn. Inf. & also in the 9th Tenn Cav. He died in Louisville, Ky.) Block "O"

TROUSDALE, David, 1833 - 1915. (2nd Lt., Co. E, 48th Tenn Inf., C.S.A.; MCTC). Buried ROSE HILL CEMETERY. 48th (Voorhies') Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, Co. E, Confederate side, rank in Pvt. rank out 2nd Lt. (Civil War Soldiers and Sailors)

You (Mary B. McClain) certainly may use the photograph and article I posted under Ruben Adcock, Rose Hill Cemetery, in your project. It is from the CONFEDERATE VETERAN magazine, Volume 26, Number 12 (December 1918), page 530. Best wishes, Leon Basile. Information sent by Mary Bob McClain Richardson, 15 Oct 2009.

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