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From: History of the 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

1   Co. "B" Men From Palmyra


Organized June 6,1861--Reorganized April 26,1862; Paroled at Appomattox Court House April 9,1865

OFFICERS


Capt. William G. Russell
Capt. William J. Jennings
Capt. Howell H. Averitt
Lt. D.S. Martin
Lt. George Horn
Lt. D. Billortem
Lt. Col. Milton G. Gholson



ENLISTED


Sgt. W.H. Bailey
Sgt. William C. Buchanan
Sgt. John B. Cross
Sgt. Thomas H. Lyle
Sgt. Robert T. Mockbee
Sgt. Samuel Barney Powers
Sgt. William H. Riley
Sgt.Ike H. Shelby
Cpl. George Breams
Cpl. Richard Steele
Cpl. James A. Tyson
Pvt. James Allen
Pvt. John Arnat
Pvt. Hezekiah Baggett
Pvt. James F. Baker
Pvt. Samuel V. Baugh
Pvt. W.H. Bayley
Pvt. Thomas Boling
Pvt. James Broom
Pvt. B. Brown
Pvt. J.W. Burditt
Pvt. L.M. Burnett
Pvt. J.A.L. Davis
Pvt. John Davis
Pvt. John D. Davis
Pvt. Ichabod Dean
Pvt. Patrick H. Denniston
Pvt. John G. Dicks
Pvt. Thomas Dunbar
Pvt. Joseph T. Fletcher
Pvt. Samuel Furgerson
Pvt. J.M. Gardner
Pvt. Benjamin F. Hagler
Pvt. James D. Hamlett
Pvt. James Hicks
Pvt. William Hicks
Pvt. George W. Horn
Pvt. James Horn
Pvt. Daniel Humphreys
Pvt. John Jennings
Pvt. Charles Lee
Pvt. Jessy Lewis
Pvt. William J. Martin
Pvt. John McDonald
Pvt. Robert McDonaldP
Pvt. Samuel J. McFall
Pvt. Charles H. McGan
Pvt. Henry Melrose
Pvt. James B. Mickle
Pvt. Henry Myers
Pvt. Lindsey G. Myers
Pvt. Robert T. Nolen
Pvt. J.I. Pannels
Pvt. W.D. Parchman
Pvt. Robert A. Porter
Pvt. Jacob N. Robinson
Pvt. Edward Rowland
Pvt. George W. Rushing
Pvt. Robert Scarce
Pvt. Joshua Seals
Pvt. Henry C. Shelby
Pvt. Powell Sinks
Pvt. Pleasant A. Span
Pvt. Deward H. Steele
Pvt. Richard L. Steward
Pvt. Richard Stewart
Pvt. Lemurel Sugg
Pvt. Quintus Sugg
Pvt. Burrell W. Tinsley
Pvt. Cincinatus Trotter
Pvt. Sylvanus Trotter
Pvt. James U. Tyson
Pvt. J.G. Vaughn
Pvt. C.H. Williams
Pvt. J.B. Williams
Pvt. Lewis Williams
Pvt. Lewis Williams
Pvt. Thomas Williams
Pvt. William Williams
Pvt. William Workman
Pvt. Edward A. Wynn


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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

2   SAILOR'S REST


November 25, 1944-- PFC John E. Williams was recently awarded the Purple Heart for meritorious service. He was wounded in action Aug.26 in France and is now recovering in a hospital in England. Williams has three brothers in the armed forces, Cpl. Lee H. Williams and Cpl. Roy T.Williams, both stationed in the Pacific, and PFC George C. Williams in the front lie in France. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Williams.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

3   UNCLE SAM CALLS

January 29, 1918--Class 1 men called in for physical exam:

Palmyra
Walter D. Current
Pugh Jackson
Alden Arthur Pruitt
Jake Harrison
Tyler Lee Henley
John Elmore Booth
Vance Hutchens
James Ewing Bartee
Frank Benjamin Kennedy
James Darnell
Harmon Edward Davis
A. Gordon Suggs
Claude Myers
Tina James Moody

Cunningham
James Raleigh Williams
Lee Allen
Edgar Bailum Bull
George Stewart Baggett
James Ewing Chadwick
Matthew Lyle
Hubert Edward Morrison
Granville Lee Matthews
Wilmer Thomas Rogers
Thomas Rogers Bumpas
Jonas Baggett
Harvey James Batson
Dan Spann
William Lloyd Hargrove

Hackberry
Walter T. Allen
Oley Davidson
Clyde Karns

Sailor's Rest
Jake Kendrick Jones

Corbandale
Harvey Blair
Leonard Watson
Frank Ivan Bromley

Delinquent Registrations
Erly Haden Davis
Alvin Joseph Rogers
John Mikan
John Liberty Neblett
Lurton Ira Morrow
Finis Marvin Davidson
William Troy Blackwell
Gilmer Joshua Rogers
Dallas William Chester


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From: Memorabilia of Clarksville and Montgomery County

4   First Clarksville men drafted for World War I


Walter Haynes
Davis Vic
Ed Edwards
Percy Lott
William E. Phillips


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From: Memorabilia of Clarksville and Montgomery County

5   UNION SOLDIERS FROM CLARKSVILLE


Sgt. Jacob Danish, colored, from New Providence. Enlisted in 1864
in G Company, 101st  U.S. Infantry. Discharged in 1866.

Cpl. James Hielm, white, from Clarksville. Enlisted in 1863 in F
Company, 6th U.S. Cavalry. Suffered frostbite and rupture.
Discharged in 1864.

Cpl. William B. Taylor, white, from Woodlawn. Enlisted on
June 1,1861 in B Company, Mountain Infantry, served as a
prisioner in Illinois for four months, had wounded right leg.
Discharged on April 14,1865.

Cpl. George Teasley, white, from Palmyra. Enlisted March 3,1864
in D Company, 8th  Kentucky Infantry. Discharged on
June 16,1865.

Pvt. James Cowaerd, white, from Jordan Springs. Enlisted on
February 15,1863 in D Company, 63rd  Tennessee Infantry.
Suffered a badly ruptured right leg. Discharged on
April 30,1865.

Pvt. William Davy, white, from Jordan Springs. Enlisted on
March 1,1863 in A Company, 16th  Tennessee Infantry. Was a
prisioner of War, place unknown. Discharged on March 1,1865.

Pvt. Sebree Dudley, white, from St. Bethlehem. Enlisted on
April 19,1862 in D Company, 6th  U.S. Cavalry. Suffered severe
frostbite. Discharged on April 15,1866.

Pvt. Benjamin Herring, mulatto, from New Providence. Enlisted
in 1864 in 13th  U.S. Cavalry. Discharged in 1866.

Pvt. Jacob Johnson, white, from New Providence. Enlisted on
August 17,1862 in C Company, 3rd  Rn. Artillery. Served six
weeks as a prisioner in Clarksville. Discharged on
May 1,1864.

Pvt. John Wuler, colored, from Woodlawn. Enlisted in 1863 in
G Company, 13th  U.S. Cavalry. Discharged in 1865.

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From: Daily Leaf Chronicle

6   UNCLE SAM CALLS


May 18,1918--Men selected for next call to report between May25 and 29 for Camp Pike, Arkansas are:

Frank Ivan Broomley from Corbandale
William Lee Myers from Cunningham
Jerry Leeman Sinks from Cunningham
Walter Eads from Cunningham
Lem Smith from Cunningham
Randle Hale Corlew from Southside
Arthur Poole from Louise
Ollie Shelton Davis from Southside
Claude Duncan Davis from Cunningham
John Hartwell Marable from Palmyra

May 20,1918--The local war board is in receipt of a notice from the Naval Recruiting Station at Nashville that Homer S. Davis of Palmyra has enlisted in the Navy.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

7   HACKBERRY


November 30, 1945--With the honorable discharge from service of two sons, Mrs. H.W. Baggett, Rt. 1, Palmyra, entertained with a homecoming recently for her children. Home were Van Corbin Baggett, who arrived in the states from England on Sept. 27th and discharged on Oct. 5th; also, Enloe Baggett who served overseas and was discharged Nov. 19th. Van Corbin Baggett was married to Miss Dorothy Johnson of Dallas, Texas on Oct. 23rd.
Those present were Mrs. H.W. Baggett, Mr. and Mrs. Enloe Baggett, Mr. and Mrs. Van Corbin Baggett, Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Smith and family of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jackson and family, Mrs. Susie Heggie, Mrs. Bessie Weaver, Mrs. Nora Jackson, and Mrs., Bailey Yarbrough and children.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

8   CUMBERLAND HEIGHTS


November 2, 1945--PFC William B. Kentner has returned to his home, Clarksville Route 1, after 33 months service in the Army Air Signal Corps, 21 of which were spent overseas as a radar operator with Co. C, 555th Signal Air Warning Battalion. He operated portable diesel generated radar sets, read scale, and reported position of planes in the area. He was given his honorable discharge on Oct. 30 at Camp Atterbury, Ind. with 83 points. He was awarded the EAME Theater Ribbon with six bronze stars and a Good Conduct Medal. His military qualifications were Marksman Rifle and Sharpshooter Carbine. He was in battles and campaigns in Normany, North France, Central Europe, Rhineland, Ardennes, and Air Offensive Europe.
PFC Kentner said he had plenty of ice cream and sweet milk on the ship on his way home. He hadn't had any such delicacies in a year or more. He is the son of Mrs. Lizzie Kentner and was employed as Lineman Helper with the Clarksville Light Department before entering the service.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

9   VETERANS


November 9, 1945--In a patriotic and semi-religious setting, almost 300 returned veterans from WWII will be inducted into Archie Wood Post of the American Legion, in a program Sunday night at the Clarksville Armory. South of the river veterans include:
Carnell Black
Stayton Black
Carney Eads
Jewell Eads
Reuben D. Hagewood
Joe H. Kelley
Wallace R. Kelley
John A. Mixon
Sidney Rye
Corban Ellis
Roy Williams
Horace W. Ritter
Howard E. Herndon
Frank N. Mackens
Carson Powers

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From: A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, vol. III, Regimental Histories
by Frederick H. Dyer [1908]

10   Dyer's Regimental History


83rd REGIMENT INFANTRY

Organized at Monmouth, Ill. and
mustered in August 21, 1862.
Moved to Cairo, Ill. August 26-29,
thence to Fort Henry September 3,
and to Fort Donelson, Tennessee September 6.
Attached to garrison of Forts Henry, Donelson and Heiman, District of Columbus,
Dept. of the Tennessee, to November, 1862.
District of Columbus, 13th Army Corps (Old), Dept. of the Tennessee, to January, 1863.
District of Columbus, 16th Army Corps, to June, 1863.
1st Brigade, 3rd Division, Reserve Corps, Dept. of the Cumberland, to October, 1863.
Garrison of Clarksville, Tenn., Dept. of the Cumberland, to April, 1864.
Unassigned, 4th Division, 20th Army Corps, Dept. of the Cumberland, to March, 1865.
6th Sub-District, Middle Tennessee, Dept. of the Cumberland, to June, 1865.

SERVICE
Garrison duty at Forts Heiman (2 Companies), Henry (3 Companies) and Donelson,
Tenn. till September 20, 1863.
Expedition from Fort Donelson to Waverly Tenn., October 22-25, 1862.
Near Waverly and Richland Creek October 23.
Cooley's Mill October 23.
Near Garrettsburg Ky., November 6.
Fort Donelson Road January 2, 1863.
Cumberland Iron Works, repulse of Forest's attack on Fort Donelson, February 3.
Right wing moved to Clarksville, Tenn., September 20, 1863.
Garrison duty at Clarksville and Fort Donelson and operating against guerrillas in
Northwest Tennessee and Southwest Kentucky till December, 1864.
Action at Budd's Creek, Clarksville, October 28, 1863.
Pine Bluff, Tennessee River', August 19-20, 1864.
Garrison duty at Nashville till June, 1865.
Mustered out at Nashville, Tenn., June 26, and
discharged at Chicago, III., July 5, 1865.

REGIMENT LOST DURING SERVICE
4 Officers and 34 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and
1 Officer and 82 Enlisted men by disease.
Total 121.

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From: History of Tennessee Illustrated

11   CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS KILLED IN BATTLE


Some Montgomery County Confederate soldiers killed in battle:

Fourteenth Regiment
Col. William A. Forbes
Lieute.-Cols. G.A. Harrel
Robert Armistead
W.W. Thompson
Charles Mitchell
Gustavus Tompkins

Forty-ninth Regiment
J.C. Anderson
Robert Bringhurst
Fletcher Beaumont
Montgomery Bell
S.R. Cooke
George Elliott
John T. Farley
R.C. Goostree
J.S. Jarrell
Matthew Leggett
William B. Munford
Alfred Robb
Nathan Vick
Polk Wilcox
R.T. Coulter
R.G. Halliday
S.A. Wall
James B. Howard
T.J. Stone
Joseph W. Burnes
A.J. Cuthbertson
Thomas R. Coulter
James Norfleet
T.J. Barbee

Fiftieth Regiiment
Col. Cyrus A. Sugg
Lieut.-Col. T.W. Beaumont

There is no way to obtain the names of the majority of those who fell, nor even an approximation of the total number, but it is believed about 400 died from this county.

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From: Daily Leaf Chronicle

12   SAILOR'S REST


May 3,1901--Hon. John W. Gaines has appointed James Edward Bailey, son of James E. Bailey of Sailor's Rest and grandson of the late Senator Bailey, as a cadet to West Point Military Academy and Thomas Polk Ewing, son of Squire Finis Ewing of Rossview, as alternate.
Both young gentlemen are members of two of Montgomery's prominent families, and either would reflect credit upon himself at West Point. No doubt of their making tip top soldiers.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

13   DRAFTEES


November 6,1941--Among a group of Montgomery County lads who left for Camp Forrest today:
Brandon Underwood of Cunningham
Samuel Thurman Sinks of Southside
Newton Lucky Jackson of Palmyra
Charles Thomas Hinton of Southside
These were the first locals to be sent to Camp Forrest since it was made an induction center. Heretofore, local draftees were inducted at Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia.

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From: The River Counties

14   CAPTAIN JAMES HOWARD


1864--Captain James Bryant Howard, Co G, 49th Tenn. Infantry Regiment, Army of Tennessee, CSA. Enlisted at Palmyra on December 3,1861, fought at the Battle of Ft. Donelson and was taken prisoner. After 6 months, he was released and rejoined his unit. He was killed near Atlanta on July 28,1864.

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From: The Watchman

15   TENNESSEE MILITIA


August 3,1821--Whereas, a contest has risen between John Steele, Jr. and Benjamin E. Orgain of the 24th Regiment of Militia of this state, Montgomery County, for Captain of Cavalry attached to the 6th Brigade, and exceptions taken thereto by said Orgain, alleging irregularity and informality in an election held in the town of Palmyra, for Captain aforesaid la pursana of an act of assembly in that case made and provided, the following officers are hereby ordered to convene, in the town of Clarksville on Wednesday the 15th day of August next, equipt as the law directs; then and there to decide said election, or decree thereon, as the law directs:
Major James L. Bell, President
N.H. Allen, Esq., Special Judge Advocate
William Allen, Provost Marshal
Members
Major William S. West
Captain Samuel H. D. Ryburn and subalterns
Captain John James and subalterns
Captain John L. Cheatham and subalterns
Lieutenent John Shelby
Cornet Stephen Neblett
George West, Colonel Commandant 6th Regiment Cavalry, T.M.

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From: Clarksville Gazette

16   PALMYRA


Oct. 4, 1819-Notice there will be an election held in the town of Palmyra on the 9th and 10th days of December for the purpose of electing a First Major in the 24th Regiment of the Tennessee Militia, occasioned by the resignation of James Trowsdale.
Attendance by me, William McGowen, Coroner.
Candidates are:
John Neblett
John Rook
Henry McFall
William Blair

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From: The Corn Sheller

17   JAMES H. DYER


Private James H. Dyer of Co G, 49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment,a native of Dotsonville, was a small man. During the final days of the Civil War food was so scarce that Dyer bet he could eat 10 men's rations at a single sitting. Word of this spread and thousands of dollars (Confederate) were bet. A huge crowd gathered and men climbed trees to get a view as Dyer ate the ten rations plus one more for good measure.

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From: The Corn Sheller

18   NAT BRANDON


Major Nat Brandon, local attorney, while on leave from his command in the 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment in Virginia, offered his services to the Commander at Ft. Donelson. During the fighting, he received seven gunshot wounds and was never able to rejoin his command in Virginia.

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From: The Corn Sheller

19   WILLIAM F. YOUNG


William F. Young, a farmer in Dotsonville, joined Co G of the 49th Tennessee Infantry on December 3,1861 and was promptly elected Captain. He surrendered February 16 at Ft. Donelson and was imprisoned on Johnson's Island in Lake Erie. Exchanged in September 1862, he rejoined his command which later became part of Quarles' Brigade, commanded by Major-General W.A. Quarles, also from Montgomery County.
Promoted to command of the 49th, Colonel Young lost an arm at Lick Skillet Road near Atlanta, July 28,1864. After furlough of 90 days, he rejoined the regiment and served until the end of the war. Unable to farm with only one arm, after the war Col. Young became an auctioneer until his death January 12,1899. He is buried in Mt. Pleasant, just off Dotsonville Road.

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From: Daily Leaf Chronicle

20   SOUTHSIDE


February 25,1919--Herman Lambert Parker has arrived home from France. While he did not get into the battle, he was close to the front. There are four heroes from Southside and who paid the supreme sacrifice in the persons of Messrs Tatum, Perry, Murphy, and Mack Weakley.

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From: Memorabilia of Montgomery County

21   SOLDIERS THAT DIED


Some Montgomery County Soldierst that died:

G.L. Pride, born May 28,1842, died December 1861; killed in Hot Springs, Va., member of Co K, 14th Tennessee Infantry, CSA. Buried in Pride Cemetery in District 5, overlooking the Red River near Port Royal.

Isaac Peterson Howard, born in 1840, died in 1923; Civil War veteren, CSA. Buried in Howard Cemetery in District 8 on Highway 79.

J.K.P. Smith, born October 4,1844, died Oct. 1, 1915; Civil War veteran, CSA; Buried in Liberty Church Cemetery.

Tennessee A. Meacham, born 1841, date of death unknown; Cicil War veteren, CSA; Buried in Liberty Church Cemetery.

William Riggins, born January 21,1793, died August 4,1875; served in the War of 1812. Buried in Liberty Church Cemetery.

Chesterfield Hatcher, birth and death unknown; member of Co H, 2nd Ark. Inf., CSA. Buried in Collier Cemetery in St. Bethlehem.

Capt. George Y. Williams, birth unknown, killed September 20,1863 at Chickamauga, 50th Tennessee Regt., CSA. Buried in Talley Cemetery, location unknown.

Robert Armistead, born June 29,1761, died September 8,1853; served in the Revolutionary War. Buried in Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church Cemetery on Hwy. 79.

Lt. Robert B. Mathews, dates unknown; member of the Cobb Gracey Battery, CSA. Buried in Grace Chapel Cemetery on Rossview Road.

James H. Crotzer, born Jan. 8, 1836, died November 3,1926; wounded at Gettysburg with Forbes Bivouac, CSA. Buried in Sango, location unknown.

Mary E. Ross, born November 25,1834, died March 26,1905, the wife of Gen. Ruben Ross, CSA. Buried in Meriweather Cemetery on the Todd County-Montgomery County line in District 2.

Charles Meriwether, dates unknown; killed at the Battle of Sacremento. Buried in Meriwether Cemetery on the Todd County-Montgomery County line in District 2.

Corp. Howard Bland, dates unknown; member of Co H, 1st Tennessee Infantry, served in the Spanish-American War. Buried in Meriwether Cemetery on the Todd County-Montgomery County line in District 2.

Joseph Ligon, born December 11,1755, died Sept. 21, 1842; served in the Revolutionary War, wounded at the Battle of Guilford, N.C. Buried in Ligon Cemetery on Rossview Road in District 6.

John N. Barker, born 1796, died 1873; known for his diary which is the only remaining account of Clarksville, CSA. Buried in Polly Barker Cemetery on the old Coppedge farm in District 1.

Hezekiah Baggett, born 1842, died 1898; member of Co B, 14th Tennessee Infantry, CSA. Buried in Hezekiah Davis Cemetery in District 18.

John W. Baggett, born August 12,1872, died October 31,1917; served in the Spanish-American War, member of the Mounted Regiment, Tennessee Infantry. Buried in Hezekiah Davis Cemetery in District 18.

Chester Hiter, dates unknown; member of Co A, Ky. Cavalry, CSA. Buried in Lyle Cemetery in District 18, location unknown.

William Barlow Dunbar, born in 1841, died in 1897; a member of Co B, 14th Tennessee Infantry, CSA, Democratic Montgomery County Representative. Buried in Dunbar Cemetery on Spring Valley Road.

Allen Mixon, dates unknown; member of Co B, Tennessee, CSA. Buried in Hezekiah Davis Cemetery District 18.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

22   CUMBERLAND HEIGHTS


May 14,1931--The name of L.A. (Tobe) Heggie of District 13 is among those of the 19 Confederate Veterans added to the Tennessee Pension roll by the pension examiners n its April meeting, according to an Associated Press announcement.
The first of Confederate pensioners, including veterans, widows, and Negroes, now stands at a total of 3,500. Eighty-two names were added to the list in the April session of the pension board. Of the addition, 19 were veterans who receive $40 per month, 58 were widows to receive $20 per month, and 5 were Negroes who get $10 per month.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

23   RYE’S CHAPEL


September 10,1928--Another honor has come to Captain George Hatton Weems, younger brother of Lieutenant Commander Phillip Van Horn Weems, who has been navigation instructor for Colonel Charles A. Linbergh. Captain Weems has been awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for extra-ordinary heroism exhibited while in command of a machine gun company of the Ninth Infantry, Second Division, July 1 and 2,1918, at Beaux, France. The war department awarded the crosses to two others also, Captain Walter R. McClure, 18th Infantry, Fort Hampton, New Hampshire, and Donald H. Grant Oneonta, New York.
Captain Weems, like his elder brother, is a brilliant soldier. He has received a number of honors and this year will instruct at West Point, from which he has graduated. This summer he plans on visiting his relatives here, Judge John Talley Cunningham, E.C. Cunningham, Mrs. H.A. Nesbitt and W.L. Weems, all of whom are his first cousins.
While news dispatches state that Captain Weems is a native of Dickson County, in reality he is technically a son of Montgomery county. The old Weems’ homestead stands on the dividing line of Dickson and Montgomery Counties, and like his brother, Lieutenant Commander Weems, he was born in a room on the Montgomery side.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

24   MARION


December 2,1918-- “A Hero of the Second Battle of the Marne”
Sgt. Joseph Trotter is in the city today enroute from Walter Reed Hospital, to visit his father, Esquire Joseph Trotter, near Marion.
Sgt. Trotter has been in the Walter Reed Hospital since September 8. He lost his left arm in the 2nd Battle of the Marne on July 19, being wounded by a shell from an Austrian 88 which struck him, cutting off his arm and wounding him in the side before it exploded.
He spent 14 months in the trenches, 6 months of the time on the front line. He has been over the top twice, has led several raids and patrol engagements and has been wounded twice.
Sgt. Trotter apparently is in the best of spirits despite the loss of his arm. In speaking of the matter, he said that he was lucky to get by with his life, as the shell which deprived him of his left arm killed two of his fellow soldiers.

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

25   PALMYRA


December 6,1861--Last Tuesday we made a flying trip to Palmyra under the care of Captain John Cain and in company with Hon. J.M. Quarles, Robert Johnson, Esq. and other of their acquaintances. When we arrived the militia were congregated in large number and the volunteers were being sworn into service under the supervision of Lt. Col. John Minor and Maj. S.A. Caldwell. Several volunteer companies were being formed. Capt. Young has a company nearly full, Capt. Peacher is getting on finely with his and both will soon be complete. Some People are supposed to doubt the courage of the militia but that doubt would have been renewed could they have seen the sight we saw, a real fisticuff, between a small militiaman and one nearly double his size. Big militiaman cried-Hold! Enough! and little militiaman pulled off and so ended the fight at “Cousin Sally Dillard’s”.

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

26   HACKBERRY


December 6,1861--Well Done--In District #18--Hunt’s Mill--where Andy Johnson never did get a vote, 28 men volunteered for twelve months since the call for Militia and 23 had previously gone into the service-making 51 out of a district that never voted higher than 82. This is doing well but the district will do better if it becomes necessary to renew the call upon it.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

27   DRAFT BOARD


November 10,1917--A large number of additional cases have been decided by the District Exemptive Board of Middle Tennessee Division of selections and discharges made according to the merits of the following Montgomery County men:
SELECTED
Luther Wickham, Palmyra
L.G. Baggett, Cunningham
B.M. Powers, Palmyra
A.A. Evans, Corbandale
G.S. Baggett, Cunningham
R.R. Smith, Southside
H.B. Motes, Sailors’ Rest
T.N. Hensley, Palmyra
J.E. Booth, Palmyra
B.A. Seay, Corbandale
B.X. Collins, Cunningham
Ernest Weakley, Southside
J.P. Barbee, Palmyra
Abraham Collins, Cunningham
James Ewing Chadwick, Cunningham
Nealy Floyd, Palmyra
W.H. Rye, Palmyra

DISCHARGED
Omer Campbell, Palmyra
James Batson, Cunningham
W.G. Yarbrough, Hackberry
J.S. Weathford, Corbandale
Sterling Swift, Cunningham
W.J.T. Moore, Southside

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

28   DRAFTED


April 11,1918--John Robert Gannaway, by order, reported to the local War board at Clarksville and was sent to camp Gordon, Georgia, April 1st. The following relatives and friends went to Clarksville to see him off and bade him God’s speed: His brothers, Burrell and Fagan; Rev. G.L. Hensley and wife; Messrs S.E. Neblett; A.J. Durrett; T.B. Watkins; T.N. and John Weems.

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From: The Clarion

29   DESERTED


The following men from Montgomery County deserted 20-21 of September, 1814 from Capt. David Smith's company:

Robert Killbuck
Asia Harris
John Hust
Obediah M'bay
Peter Walker
Samuel Austin
William Weakley
Needham B. Farrier
Hugh Stanford
James Carraway
Bright Herring
Daniel Rook
Ellis McFall
Francis Compery
Fielding Heflin

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From: Clarksville Gazette

30   WILLIAM L. JAMISON


The following Montgomery County man was charged with mutiny and desertion on September 20,1814 from Lt. David Hutcheson:
Corp. William L. Jamison

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From: Daily Leaf Chronicle

31   REGISTERED FOR MILITARY SERVICE


Registered for Military Service June 13,1918--Complete list of men reaching 21 who registered for military service in Montgomery County.
Palmyra
Devereaux Henry Rawlings
Julian Howard Myers
James Thurman Baggett
William Geoffrey Weakley
Willie Hawkins
John Riley Holley
Dugg Jackson
Hadley Jackson
Aaron Porter Wickham
Sam Madison Marable
Jesse H. Wickham
Thomas Brown
Stephen Garrard
Claude McKinley Jackson
Hackberry
George Eads
Kleeman Clayton Davis
Cunningham
Henry Grady Powers
David Batson
Henry Clay Underwood
Clarence Carney Wall
James Calvin Sinks
John Oliver Broome
Herman Batson
John William Clark
Fountain Hagewood
Isaac William Biter
Corbandale
Joe Wright
John Wilson Taylor
Hadden Oldham
Tolbert Dosson Lisenbee
Elwin Outlaw
Rowland Darnell
Willie Lasco
Gordon Allen Bellamy
Reuben Oldham
Southside
Edgar Phillip Harris
Herman Lambert Parker
Bailey Anthony Collins
Robert Collins
Sullivan Collins
Norris A. Williams
V.L. Byrd
Paul Jones
Ervin Swan
Dallas Homer Williams

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

32   SOUTHSIDE


October 25,1945--Eight months of sea duty aboard the destroyer "Daly"(DD519) has taken William R. McCloud, Seaman Second Class, of Southside, from the shores of America to the sea-lanes of Shanghai and Tokyo.
His first action was at Iwo Jima, where the "Daly" was one of the smaller fighting ships that supported the hard-hitting carrier task-force that pounded Iwo incessantly before and during the campaign.
After rendering close support at Iwo Jima, the "Daly" moved on toward the Japanese front door. The fighting "Lady D" participated in the initial assault and occupation of Okinawa.
During a 90 day period, the 519, while acting on anti-aircraft picket duty, contributed to the destruction of 50 Jap planes. In one aerial engagement alone, Seaman McCloud and his shipmates were credited with destroying five suicide planes in the space of five minutes. The ship suffered a near hit, but managed to return to its base under its own power, taking more suicide planes under fire as it made its way back.
At the time of the announcement of the Japanese capitulation, the USS Daly was busily engaged in sweeping the sea clean of nip shipping along the entrance to the Yangtze River on the China coast.
More recently, McCloud and his ship have been a unit of the U.S. Navel Occupational Forces at Nagasaki and Sasebo in Kyushu, Japan.

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From: As told by Robert Davidson. Duck’s Journal

33   PALMYRA


The historical marker located in the triangle in downtown Palmyra tells of Streight’s Raid. The town of Palmyra had been burnt the weekend before this raid occurred. So what did this raid consist of at Palmyra? Streight’s mission was to destroy the railroad at Rome, Georgia. Colonel Streight recorded the mission as follows:
On the afternoon of the 10th of April 1863, I received orders from General Garfield to embark at once on steamers then at the landing (Nashville) and proceed down the river to Palmyra, land my command there, and march across the country to Ft. Henry, and seize all the houses and mules I could find in the country. Everything was speedily put on board, although it was late in the evening before the mules were brought to the landing for shipment.
As soon as everything was ready, we proceeded down the river to Palmyra, where we arrived on the evening of the 11th, and disembarked at once.
I sent the fleet consisting of eight steamers around to Ft. Henry.
As soon as it was light the next morning, all hands were set at work to catch and saddle the mules. I then for the first time discovered that the mules were nothing but poor, wild, and unbroken colts; many of them but two years old, many had houses distemper, 40 or 50 were near dead to travel, 10 or 12 died before we started. Those that could be rode at all were so wild and unmanageable that it took us all that day and part of the next to catch and break them before we could move out across the country. We had gathered about 150 very good animals locally, but mostly barefoot. (Note: Another word here for gathered is stolen from local farmers, I imagine they had a hard time planting a crop that spring.)
On the 13th, the command left Palmyra and marched about 15 miles in a southwesterly direction and encamped on Yellow Creek. The word had got out we were coming and most of the stock was mostly run off. Arrived at Ft. Henry about noon on the 15th.
A.D. Streight
Colonel, 51st Indiana
Veteran Volunteer Infantry
PS. Imagine 1600 soldiers and 800 mules in Palmyra, I wonder where they set up their camp: and it appears not a shot was fired.

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From: Montgomery County Historical Society

34   MONUMENT TO SOLDIERS


In Riverview Cemetery there is a monument to 127 unknown Confederate soldiers. Four known to be buried there are:
Pvt. J.C. Anderson
Pvt. John T. Farley of Co A
Pvt. Wiley Powell, Co C
Pvt. F.T. Dilling, Co E
All from the 49th Infantry and all killed at the Battle of Ft. Donelson. Col. Alfred Robb died at his home of wounds received there.

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From: Tennessee State Archives

35   TENNESSEE PENSION ROLL OF 1835


ADAMS, John
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Line
$66.66 Annual Allowance
$199.98 Amount Received
September 19, 1833 Pension Started
Age 75

JAMES BAGGEL
Montgomery County
Private South Carolina Continental Line
$96.00 Annual Allowance
$618.66 Amount Received
September 17, 1819 Pension Started
Age 78
Dropped May 1, 1820
Restored January 22, 1829

THOMAS BELL
Montgomery County
Private North Carolina Line
$20.00 Annual Allowance
$60.00 Amount Received
December 7, 1833 Pension Started
Age 73

ROBERT BIGGER
Montgomery County
Private North Carolina Line
$20.00 Annual Allowance
$60.00 Amount Received
March 2, 1833 Pension Started
Age 73

JAMES BOWERS
Montgomery County
Private New Jersey Militia
$60.00 Annual Allowance
$150.00 Amount Received
October 16, 1833 Pension Started
Age 77

JAMES FENTRESS
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$30.00 Annual Allowance
$75.00 Amount Received
June 7, 1833 Pension Started
Age 70

ALEXANDER FRAZIER
Montgomery County
Private
Pennsylvania Line
$20.00 Annual Allowance
$60.00 Amount Received
March 18,1 833 Pension Started
Age 74

WILLIAM GRAHAM
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Continental Line
$96.00 Annual Allowance
$1,393.06 Amount Received
October 3, 1820 Pension Started
Age 85

STEPHEN HANDLIN
Montgomery County
Private Pennsylvania Continental Line
$96.00 Annual Allowance
$176.80 Amount Received
March 20, 1819 Pension Started
Age 67
Suspended May 1, 1820

CHARLES HOUNSLER
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Line
$80.00 Annual Allowance
$240.00 Amount Received
JUNE 13, 1833 Pension Started
Age 89

PETER HUBBARD
Montgomery County
Private
South Carolina Line
$80.00 Annual Allowance
$240.00 Amount Received
March 21, 1833 Pension Started
Age 79

JOSEPH LIGON
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Line
$36.00 Annual Allowance
$330.00 Amount Received
December 17, 1807 Pension Started
$57.60 Annual Allowance
$1, 021.92 Amount Received
March 4,1819 Pension Started
$96.00 Annual Allowance
$24.00 Amount Received
December 1, 1833 Pension Started

JOSEPH LIGON
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$40.00 Annual Allowance
$120.00 Amount Received
June 8, 1833 Pension Started
Age 71

JONATHAN MONTGOMERY
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$40.00 Annual Allowance
$100.00 Amount Received
November 19, 1833 Pension Started
Age 71

JAMES MOORE
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$20.00 Annual Allowance
$ Amount Received
May 10, 1834 Pension Started
Age 84

BENJAMIN P. PERSON
Montgomery County
Private
Tennessee Militia
$48.00 Annual Allowance
$69.33 Amount Received
November 20, 1820 Pension Started
$32.00 Annual Allowance
$372.62 Amount Received
March 4, 1820 Pension Started
$48.00 Annual Allowance
$112.80 Amount Received
October 26, 1831 Pension Started

EPHRAIM POOL
Montgomery County
Private
South Carolina Line
$80.00 Annual Allowance
$240.00 Amount Received
July 26, 1833 Pension Started
Age 78

JOSIAH PUCKET
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Continental Line
$96.00 Annual Allowance
$1,516.26 Amount Received
August 2, 1819 Pension Started
Age 82

JOHN ROACH
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Militia
$35.00 Annual Allowance
$105.00 Amount Received
September 14, 1833 Pension Started
Age 74

ROBERTSON, Jesse
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Continental Line
$ 96.00 Annual Allowance
$937.00 Amount Received
July 2, 1819 Pension Started
Age 75

ROBERT SINGLETON
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Continental Line
$96.00 Annual Allowance
$186.80 Amount Received
March 20, 1819 Pension Started
Age 80
Died January 31, 1821

STEPHEN THOMAS
Montgomery County
Private
Armstrong’s Regiment
$45.00 Annual Allowance
$1,198.75 Amount Received
September 4, 1798 Pension Started
$72.00 Annual Allowance
$651.00 Amount Received
April 24, 1816 Pension Started
Transferred From North Carolina
Died May 10, 1825

JOHN VICK
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Line
$20.00 Annual Allowance
$50.00 Amount Received
August 2, 1833 Pension Started
Age 77

JOSEPH WEEKS
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Militia
$25.00 Annual Allowance
$ Amount Received
July 9, 1833 Pension Started
Age 74

WILLIAM WIGGINS
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$21.66 Annual Allowance
$54.15 Amount Received
September 25, 1833 Pension Started
Age 74

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From: Genealogical Journal of Montgomery County

36   JOHN DARNEL


On this 30th day of June 1854 John Darnel, aged 67 years, resident of Montgomery County, Tennessee, was a private in a company commanded by Captain . He volunteered for two years---called about 1st December 1812---was mustered at Nashville---tour of duty to Natchez County---about four months. Discharged at Nashville April 20,1813.

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From: Tennessee State Library and Archives

37   MONTGOMERY COUNTY
CONFEDERATE PENSION APPLICATIONS



NAME: Achey, J.H.
PENSION #: S13201
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Acree, J.H.
PENSION #: S11264
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Adams, Houston
WIDOW: Adams, Mary Ann
PENSION #: W6275

NAME: Adams, Houston
PENSION #: S163
UNIT: 49th Inf

NAME: Adams, William
WIDOW: Adams, Eunice
PENSION #: W2395

NAME: Allen, Kerner C.
WIDOW: Allen, Mary E.
PENSION #: W10727

NAME: Allen, William Carney
WIDOW: Allen, Sarah Alice
PENSION #: W5117

NAME: Alphonzo, Frederick
WIDOW: Smith, Imogene
PENSION #: W6044

NAME: Anderson, A.M.
PENSION #: S8489
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Anderson, Alfred Minor
WIDOW: Anderson, Virginia
PENSION #: W4415

NAME: Anderson, Frank Ogleby
PENSION #: S16250
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Armstrong, George W.
WIDOW: Armstrong, Lucy
PENSION #: W1696

NAME: Atkinson, Qunitus Cincinnatus
WIDOW: Atkinson, Sallie
PENSION #: W3784

NAME: Baggett, Elias
PENSION #: S6447
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Baggett, Hezekiah
WIDOW: Baggett, Anna Caroline
PENSION #: W2681

NAME: Baggett, Joe
PENSION #: S11626
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Bailey, Zachariah T.
PENSION #: S11784
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Ballentine, Benjamin Wesly
PENSION #: S1204
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Balthrop, John H.
PENSION #: S12072
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Barham, John Henry
WIDOW: Barham, Annie Dickson
PENSION #: W9505

NAME: Barnes, C.A.
PENSION #: S9932
UNIT: 14th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Baynham, Alexander
PENSION #: S16597
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Baynham, Alexander
WIDOW: Baynham, Eliza Jane
PENSION #: W10747

NAME: Bell, Sam
WIDOW: Bell, Hollin
PENSION #: W10693

NAME: Bellamy, R.W.
PENSION #: S7410
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Bellamy, Richard Watson
WIDOW: Bellamy, Ophelia Jane
PENSION #: W6571

NAME: Belote, Isaac N.
PENSION #: S9288
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Belote, Isaac N.
WIDOW: Belote, Celia T.
PENSION #: W7712

NAME: Biter, William A.J.
WIDOW: Biter, Lucy J.
PENSION #: W1318

NAME: Black, Alfred
WIDOW: Black, Elizabeth Ann
PENSION #: W4130

NAME: Black, Wiley L.
PENSION #: S5118
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Blanton, W.C.
PENSION #: S5574
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Blanton, William Carroll
WIDOW: Blanton, Eudora Lizzie
PENSION #: W4498

NAME: Bourne, Joseph Wimberly
WIDOW: Bourne, Irene Florence
PENSION #: W10480

NAME: Bourne, William Henry
WIDOW: Bourne, Susie Ellen
PENSION #: W10327

NAME: Bowers, John C.
PENSION #: S8045
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Bowers, John C.
WIDOW: Bowers, Cordelia H.
PENSION #: W4665

NAME: Bowles, A.J.
PENSION #: S8093
UNIT: 21st Virginia Infantry

NAME: Brickhouse, John Beasley
WIDOW: Brickhouse, Mary Elizabeth
PENSION #: W3654

NAME: Broom, W.F.
PENSION #: S4416
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Broome, J.M.
PENSION #: S11048
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Broome, W.F.
WIDOW: Broome, Martha
PENSION #: W7171

NAME: Brown, E.L.
PENSION #: S16572
UNIT: 1st Infantry

NAME: Brown, Jerry
WIDOW: Brown, Eliza Wilson
PENSION #: W3360

NAME: Bryan, Jake
PENSION #: S1486
UNIT: 11th Infantry

NAME: Bryan, M.W.
PENSION #: S165
UNIT: 11th Infantry

NAME: Bryant, W.H.
PENSION #: S12729
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Bryant, W.H.
WIDOW: Bryant, Minervia
PENSION #: W5546

NAME: Bush, R.Y.
PENSION #: S13406
UNIT: Hvy. Art.

NAME: Byers, George Newton
WIDOW: Byers, Eleanor Barbara
PENSION #: W2718

NAME: Cage, James Edward
WIDOW: Cage, Lucy Blackwell
PENSION #: W10514

NAME: Cavandar, Hugh
PENSION #: S16588
UNIT: 22nd (Barteau's) Calvary

NAME: Cavander, Hugh.
WIDOW: Cavander, Zilpha Ann
PENSION #: W11079

NAME: Chambers, Eli Jackson
PENSION #: S5250
UNIT: 1st Infantry

NAME: Chambers, Eli Jackson
WIDOW: Chambers, Caroline
PENSION #: W1057

NAME: Cherry, Andrew Lemuel
PENSION #: S14779
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Chilton, L.B.
PENSION #: S6625
UNIT: 1st Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Collier, W.M.
PENSION #: S13697
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Cooksey, E.N.
PENSION #: S9606
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Covington, E.J.
PENSION #: S6504
UNIT: 6th North Carolina Infantry

NAME: Cromer, James H.
PENSION #: S5542
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Cunningham, R.M.
PENSION #: S10878
UNIT: 8th'(Smith's) Calvary

NAME: Dailey, Charles Henry
WIDOW: Dailey, Wilmoth
PENSION #: W8355

NAME: Daingerfield, William L.
WIDOW: Daingerfield, Amanda
PENSION #: W10675

NAME: Daly, C.H.
PENSION #: S10035
UNIT: 4th (McLemore's) Calvary

NAME: Daniel, C.S.
PENSION #: S14541
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Daniel, Cole Spence
WIDOW: Daniel, Lucy Jones
PENSION #: W7854

NAME: Daniel, F.N.
PENSION #: S11106
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Danley, John
PENSION #: S9745
UNIT: 3rd Calvary

NAME: Daugherty, Robert
PENSION #: S11363
UNIT: Undetermined

NAME: Davidson, John Wesley
WIDOW: Davidson, Sarah Elizabeth
PENSION #: W4490

NAME: Davis, A.L.
WIDOW: Davis, Loutitie
PENSION #: W4070

NAME: Davis, James B.
WIDOW: Davis, Nancy Jane
PENSION #: W1838

NAME: Dawson, W.
PENSION #: S8896
UNIT: 13th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Dawson, William Henry
WIDOW: Dawson, Mary Christine
PENSION #: W7827

NAME: Desheles, William G.
PENSION #: S11852
UNIT: 8th Infantry

NAME: Dickson, John McCauley
WIDOW: Dickson, Martha Euphrasier
PENSION #: W10301

NAME: Dinwiddie, William H.
WIDOW: Dinwiddie, Malissa Frances
PENSION #: W2700

NAME: Dortch, Charles (African-American)
PENSION #: C152
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Durham, Sam
PENSION #: S4558
UNIT: Baxter's Co. Lt. Art.

NAME: Durham, Sam
WIDOW: Durham, Susannah Durham
PENSION #: W1432

NAME: East, Thomas J.
PENSION #: S6913
UNIT: 32nd Infantry

NAME: Edlin, G.C.
PENSION #: S10265
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Edlin, John B.
PENSION #: S4378
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Edlin, John Bell
WIDOW: Edlin, Bobbie
PENSION #: W5140

NAME: Edmonds, J.D.
PENSION #: S16677
UNIT: 5th Infantry

NAME: Edmondson, Robert H.
PENSION #: S7021
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Edwards, Zadock Daniel
WIDOW: Edwards, Sarah Francis
PENSION #: W7805

NAME: Ellis, R.I.
PENSION #: S14963
UNIT: Napier's Bn. Calvary

NAME: Evans, Ross
PENSION #: S569
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Evans, Ross
WIDOW: Evans, Mollie
PENSION #: W4335

NAME: Fain, T.L.
PENSION #: S7244
UNIT: 11th Infantry

NAME: Fambough, Robert
WIDOW: Fambough, Mussa
PENSION #: W6350

NAME: Fambrough, N.B.
PENSION #: S4101
UNIT: 18th Infantry

NAME: Ferguson, Samuel J.
PENSION #: S12815
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Fielder, James Washington
WIDOW: Fielder, Annette
PENSION #: W7073

NAME: Fletcher, Joseph T.
PENSION #: S4122
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Fortune, S.T.
WIDOW: Fortune, Mary J.
PENSION #: W927

NAME: Frazier, William
WIDOW: Frazier, Lucretia A.
PENSION #: W939

NAME: Fulkerson, Charles F.
WIDOW: Fulkerson, Virginia Gill
PENSION #: W7059

NAME: Gill, C.H.
PENSION #: S11904
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Gillespie, James S.
PENSION #: S11522
UNIT: 24th Infantry

NAME: Grant, James Z.
PENSION #: S13713
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Grant, W.J.
PENSION #: S5338
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Gray, John Joseph
WIDOW: Gray, Mary
PENSION #: W4182

NAME: Green, W.H.
WIDOW: Green, Cynthia Munroe
PENSION #: W10073

NAME: Greenhill, H.W.
PENSION #: S11002
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Greenhill, Henry Winfield
WIDOW: Greenhill, Florindy Ann
PENSION #: W7660

NAME: Grimes, J.B.
PENSION #: S8328
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Grizzard, William
WIDOW: Grizzard, Lou
PENSION #: W5180

NAME: Grymes, William Jasper
PENSION #: S5561
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Gunn, J.A.
PENSION #: S11566
UNIT: 1st Kentucky Infantry

NAME: Gupton, E.J.
PENSION #: S13064
UNIT: 42nd Infantry

NAME: Hall, E.
WIDOW: Hall, Mary Ann
PENSION #: W9232

NAME: Halliburton, David
PENSION #: S4756
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Halliburton, David
WIDOW: Halliburton, Margaret Ann
PENSION #: W4336

NAME: Halliburton, Turner
WIDOW: Halliburton, Virginia Ann
PENSION #: W2433

NAME: Hambrick, A.J.
PENSION #: S571
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Harris, Aquilla
WIDOW: Harris, Laura E.
PENSION #: W2921

NAME: Harris, John Richard
WIDOW: Harris, Sarah F.
PENSION #: W414

NAME: Harvey, O. S.
PENSION #: S7159
UNIT: 11th Infantry

NAME: Harvey, Oney S.
WIDOW: Harvey, Mary Frances
PENSION #: W7495

NAME: Hayes, C.L.
PENSION #: S6620
UNIT: 11th Infantry

NAME: Heggie, L.A.
PENSION #: S16600
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Hermon, John H.
PENSION #: S10702
UNIT: 4th La. Battery Lt. Art.

NAME: Herring, A.A.
PENSION #: S4913
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Herudon, Thomas
PENSION #: S12979
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Hewell, J.D.
PENSION #: S12075
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Hollis, J. P.
PENSION #: S11331
UNIT: 7th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Hooper, James Obediah Raglin
WIDOW: Hooper, Ann Jane Rogers
PENSION #: W2234

NAME: Hooper, M. J.
PENSION #: S3083
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Hooper, Marcellus Jordan
WIDOW: Hooper, Gabriella Ellenor
PENSION #: W1406

NAME: Hoskins, John Gaston
PENSION #: S981
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Hughes, T. M.
PENSION #: S13362
UNIT: "Georgia Volunteers"

NAME: Hughes, Theo Michael
WIDOW: Hughes, Susan
PENSION #: W5660

NAME: Humber, Benjamin W.
PENSION #: S11026
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Hunt, Benjamin Marvin
WIDOW: Hunt, Clyde M.
PENSION #: W10718

NAME: Hunt, Benjamin Minor
PENSION #: S11027
UNIT: 58th Virginia Infantry

NAME: Hunt, Harry B.
PENSION #: S5875
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Jackson, H. A.
PENSION #: S8397
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Jackson, Richard W.
PENSION #: S9387
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: James, Barclay Army
WIDOW: James, Bobbie Cobb
PENSION #: W4376

NAME: Jarratt, A. W.
PENSION #: S7521
UNIT: 45th Infantry

NAME: Johnson, M.C.
WIDOW: Johnson, Mollie I.
PENSION #: W7043

NAME: Johnson, Mastain Clark
WIDOW: Johnson, Mary Irene
PENSION #: W9810

NAME: Johnson, R.Y.
PENSION #: S11036
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Johnson, T.D.
PENSION #: S15267
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Johnson, Thomas Addison
WIDOW: Johnson, Dela Elizabeth Clark
PENSION #: W8607

NAME: Johnson, Thomas Dickson
WIDOW: Johnson, Carrie Lurton
PENSION #: W7136

NAME: Jones, E.J.
PENSION #: S6197
UNIT: l3th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Jones, Elisha
PENSION #: S8415
UNIT: l3th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Jones, Isham
PENSION #: S14739
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Jones, William Henry
WIDOW: Jones, Tennessee Hatton
PENSION #: W1963

NAME: Kellow, John
PENSION #: S15571
UNIT: 4th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Kellow, John
WIDOW: Kellow, Alice Mathis
PENSION #: W8998

NAME: Kerley, Jack
PENSION #: S13582
UNIT: 1st Kentucky Infantry

NAME: Knix, Ike
WIDOW: Knix, Charlotte
PENSION #: W1540

NAME: Leggett, Matthew
WIDOW: Leggett, Artimissa
PENSION #: W730

NAME: Lowe, J.S.
WIDOW: Lowe, Elizabeth J.
PENSION #: W2442

NAME: Lyle, Henry T.
PENSION #: S14334
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Lyle, Joe
PENSION #: S14341
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Mallory, Thomas Ebb
WIDOW: Mallory, Leacy Amelia
PENSION #: W5618

NAME: Maner, A.B.
PENSION #: S8754
UNIT: 2nd (Ashby's) Calvary

NAME: Manson, E.P.
PENSION #: S14396
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Marsh, Drewey Milton
PENSION #: S5608
UNIT: 1st Art.

NAME: Marshall, Drue Francis
WIDOW: Marshall, Mary Jane
PENSION #: W5748

NAME: Marshall, Drury F.
PENSION #: S5634
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Martin, Morgan
WIDOW: Martin, Dicy
PENSION #: W3469

NAME: Martin, Sam
PENSION #: S11129
UNIT: 6th Kentucky Infantry

NAME: Mass, H.R.
PENSION #: S8047
UNIT: 12th North Carolina Infantry

NAME: Maynard, Alfred B.
WIDOW: Maynard, Henrietta P.
PENSION #: W8310

NAME: McCabe, Thomas
PENSION #: S3735
UNIT: 10th Infantry

NAME: McCabe, Thomas
WIDOW: McCabe, Margaret
PENSION #: W1907

NAME: McCullock, R. E.
PENSION #: S14411
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: McElroy, John
PENSION #: S4352
UNIT: 10th Infantry

NAME: McElvay, John
WIDOW: McElvay, Mary L.
PENSION #: W5002

NAME: McGhee, W. F.
PENSION #: S12833
UNIT: 3rd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: McHenry, William
PENSION #: S2001
UNIT: 1st Alabama Infantry

NAME: McNichols, J.T.
PENSION #: S12733
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Mehigan, Cornelius
PENSION #: S11567
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Mehigan, Cornelius
WIDOW: Mehigan, Elizabeth Irene
PENSION #: W8367

NAME: Mellon, John
PENSION #: S11874
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Meriwether, James McClure
WIDOW: Meriwether, Margaret Barker
PENSION #: W10004

NAME: Merritt, J.K.P.
PENSION #: S9882
UNIT: 11th Infantry

NAME: Miller, Jesse F.
PENSION #: S12307
UNIT: 2nd (Robison's) Infantry

NAME: Moore, J.H.
PENSION #: S15383
UNIT: 14th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Morgan, Charles Hynam
PENSION #: S7575
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Morris, Andrew I.
PENSION #: S12894
UNIT: 26th Virginia Infantry

NAME: Morrison, Robert
PENSION #: S6201
UNIT: 13th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Moseley, J.E.
PENSION #: S8542
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Moss, I.J.
PENSION #: S8084
UNIT: 12th N.C. Infantry

NAME: Moss, J.H.
WIDOW: Moss, Louisa A.
PENSION #: W1872

NAME: Mumford, Thomas J.
PENSION #: S12787 & S12988
UNIT: 4th Infantry

NAME: Neblett, Jones Daly
WIDOW: Neblett, Clara
PENSION #: W2143

NAME: Neblett, Josiah R.
PENSION #: S10328
UNIT: 1st (Field's) Infantry

NAME: Nesbitt, James L.
PENSION #: S10788
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Nichols, Jesse
WIDOW: Nichols, Katharine
PENSION #: W2388

NAME: Nicks, Isaac H.
PENSION #: S1736
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Infantry

NAME: Nixon, Allan
PENSION #: S5938
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Nolen, Alexander (African-American)
PENSION #: C66
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Norfleet, J.S.
PENSION #: S12889
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Odum, James E.
PENSION #: S572
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Oldham, I.
WIDOW: Oldham, Mariah Lou
PENSION #: W5243

NAME: Oldham, J.M.
PENSION #: S1034
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Page, Beverly
PENSION #: S13009
UNIT: 8th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Page, Beverly
WIDOW: Page, Tabetha Angiline
PENSION #: W7013

NAME: Parchman, N.R.
PENSION #: S16060
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Patrick, W.C.
PENSION #: S14986
UNIT: 42nd Infantry

NAME: Patterson, Thomas
PENSION #: S4561
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Payne, A.W.
PENSION #: S9059
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Plummer, C.B. Sr.
PENSION #: S5188
UNIT: 3rd Infantry

NAME: Plummer, Carvorn Bruce
WIDOW: Plummer, Maria Ann
PENSION #: W5824

NAME: Powers, Arthur B.
PENSION #: S3867
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Powers, R.M.
PENSION #: S573
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Powers, Samuel Barney
PENSION #: S12819
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Powers, Samuel Barney
WIDOW: Powers, Mary Evannah
PENSION #: W9146

NAME: Powers, Thomas J.
PENSION #: S7338
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Quarles, William A.
PENSION #: S1411
UNIT: 42nd Infantry

NAME: Quinton, J.P.
PENSION #: S14732
UNIT: 29th Infantry

NAME: Rainey, J.K.
PENSION #: S11845
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Ramey, Samuel E.
PENSION #: S7898
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Ramey, Samuel E.
WIDOW: Ramey, Elizabeth S.
PENSION #: W6856

NAME: Reynolds, William Washington
WIDOW: Reynolds, Sarah J.
PENSION #: W3328

NAME: Robinson, Israel
PENSION #: S6764
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Rogers, John G.
PENSION #: S15002
UNIT: 11th Calvary

NAME: Rogers, John T.
PENSION #: S10847
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Rose, James
PENSION #: S11322
UNIT: 7th Ark. Infantry

NAME: Rossom, George Thomas
WIDOW: Rossom, Louise Francis
PENSION #: W3688

NAME: Rosson, William Richard
WIDOW: Rosson, Ann Elizabeth
PENSION #: W5714

NAME: Rowland, James L.
PENSION #: S12741
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Rowland, Nathan S.
PENSION #: S7423
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Russell, William Gabriel
PENSION #: S12821
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Rye, A.B.
WIDOW: Rye, Mary Ann
PENSION #: W7185

NAME: Rye, Alexander B.
PENSION #: S1897
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Shearon, Zachary Franklin
PENSION #: S9604
UNIT: 42nd Infantry

NAME: Shepherd, William
PENSION #: S4576
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Shephred, William
WIDOW: Shepherd, Laura C.
PENSION #: W4230

NAME: Slayden, John D.
PENSION #: S15601
UNIT: 11th Infantry

NAME: Slayden, John Dan
WIDOW: Slayden, Augustine Maria
PENSION #: W11146

NAME: Smith, Benjamin R.
PENSION #: S7157
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Smith, Benjamin Robert
WIDOW: Smith, Angie
PENSION #: W7464

NAME: Smith, Burnley Duke
WIDOW: Smith, Catlett Allensmith
PENSION #: W5440

NAME: Smith, George Marten
PENSION #: S6589
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Smith, George W.
WIDOW: Smith, Mary
PENSION #: W6309

NAME: Smith, James
PENSION #: S5878
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Smith, James
WIDOW: Smith, Nattie
PENSION #: W4862

NAME: Smith, M.F.
PENSION #: S11314
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Smith, Mcterrin
WIDOW: Smith, Blanche
PENSION #: W6501

NAME: Smith, R.
PENSION #: S5755
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Smith, Richard Hugh
WIDOW: Smith, Nannie
PENSION #: W5514

NAME: Smith, S.B.
PENSION #: S11132
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Smith, W.T.
PENSION #: S13272
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Smith, Wade H.
PENSION #: S16298
UNIT: 2nd Infantry

NAME: Solmon, J.E.
PENSION #: S3260
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Solomon, J.E.
WIDOW: Solomon, Phebe Martha
PENSION #: W2958

NAME: Stacker, Clay
WIDOW: Stacker, Grace
PENSION #: W8171

NAME: Stamper, James Madison
WIDOW: Stamper, Jane
PENSION #: W894

NAME: Streetman, T.J.
PENSION #: S12330
UNIT: 56th Ga. Infantry

NAME: Sugg, John H.
PENSION #: S5644
UNIT: 49th Infantry

NAME: Sullivan, James Henry
WIDOW: Sullivan, Georgean
PENSION #: W4479

NAME: Swift, M.W.
PENSION #: S11105
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Swift, Mark Wilson
WIDOW: Swift, Fannie
PENSION #: W8381

NAME: Swift, Mathew
WIDOW: Swift, Mattie
PENSION #: W478

NAME: Tabor, A.J.
PENSION #: S6785
UNIT: 7th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Talley, George F.
WIDOW: Talley, Mary E.
PENSION #: W3910

NAME: Tally, Simmon Sullivan
WIDOW: Tally, Ella
PENSION #: W8506

NAME: Tarpley, Robert Branch
WIDOW: Tarpley, Mary Louisa
PENSION #: W3322

NAME: Taylor, James J.
PENSION #: S14433
UNIT: 6th Bn., Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Taylor, James Jay
WIDOW: Taylor, Mattie J.
PENSION #: W10961

NAME: Thomas, Ben (African-American)
PENSION #: C49
UNIT: 31st Alabama Infantry

NAME: Thomas, Benjamin Hardin
WIDOW: Thomas, Lucy M.
PENSION #: W5086

NAME: Thomas, Benjamin Hardin
WIDOW: Thomas, Lucy M.
PENSION #: W5086

NAME: Thomas, Nicolis G.
WIDOW: Thomas, Mildred Amelia
PENSION #: W6884

NAME: Thompson, B.T.
PENSION #: S1590
UNIT: Undetermined

NAME: Thompson, J.E.
PENSION #: S10094
UNIT: 9th Infantry

NAME: Thompson, James Edward
WIDOW: Thompson, Sarah Elizabeth
PENSION #: W6756

NAME: Thompson, Otis Dunlap
PENSION #: S11716
UNIT: 14th Virginia Infantry

NAME: Travis, D.M.
PENSION #: S9226
UNIT: Forrest's Calvary

NAME: Trice, John E.
PENSION #: S14879
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Trotter, J.W.
PENSION #: S4859
UNIT: 50th Infantry

NAME: Trotter, John William
WIDOW: Trotter, Amanda
PENSION #: W7868

NAME: Turnley, William Henry
PENSION #: S15261
UNIT: 2nd Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Underwood, William B.
PENSION #: S6941
UNIT: 15th Infantry

NAME: Vickers, T.M.
PENSION #: S15198
UNIT: 12th Kentucky Calvary

NAME: Walker, Joshua
PENSION #: S8011 & S4179
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Walker, William
PENSION #: S11183
UNIT: 42nd Infantry

NAME: Wall, Cincinnatus
PENSION #: S5414
UNIT: 14th Infantry

NAME: Wall, Cincinnatus
WIDOW: Wall, Mary Ann
PENSION #: W1470

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

38   PALMYRA


December 21,1945--Technician Fifth Grade George W. Nolen, son of Nannie B. Nolen of Palmyra, is on his way home from Pearl Harbor.
Nolen is one of 1,000 high-point Army veterans whom the "Magic Carpet" is bringing back to the states aboard the USS Niataka. The USS Niataka, one of the more than 250 carriers, battleships, cruisers and attack transports in the Navy's famed "Magic Carpet" fleet, left Saipan December 1 and is scheduled to arrive in San Pedro about December 22nd.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

39   MARION


September 22,1945--PFC Dossie C. Hodges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges of the Marion Community, has been honorable discharged under the point system. He was given release on September 13th at Camp Chaffee, Arkansas. Hodges was inducted on October 6,1941. In the service 4 years, he served 27 months in the Southwest Pacific. He was awarded the Philippine Liberation Ribbon and 2 bronze stars, AP Service Ribbon and four bronze service stars, Good Conduct Medal, American Defense Service Ribbon and the Purple Heart.

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From: Tennessee State Library and Archives

40   MONTGOMERY COUNTY TENNESSEE
WORLD WAR I VETERANS :
GOLD STAR INDEX


Gold Star Records are composed of information on Tennessee soldiers who died of wounds or disease during World War I.
They are arranged alphabetically and include information about the soldier such as date of birth, occupation, parents, branch of service, and date of death. Some files include additional information such as letters, pictures, and news clippings. These records were compiled during the 1920s from information given by the soldiers' families.

BAGGETT, George S.; Montgomery County

CARKUFF, Maurice Crokrell; Montgomery County

CHEWNING, Arthur William; Montgomery County

EDMONDSON, John Finley; Montgomery County

EVANS, Richard C.; Montgomery County

GOWER, Leslie M.; Montgomery County

GRAY, Daniel L.; Montgomery County

HARPER, T. M.; Montgomery County

HARVEY, Aubrey Eulon; Montgomery County

HESTER, Taylor D.; Montgomery County

HODGE, Herbert; Montgomery County

MASON, Robert Fergus; Montgomery County

OLDHAM, Daney L.; Montgomery County

SMITH, Martin (Black); Montgomery County

WATKINS, Archie; Montgomery County

WHITFIELD, Floyd E.; Montgomery County

WILLIAMS, Larnell Edgar (Black); Montgomery County

WILSON, Gilbert Bailey Jr.; Montgomery County

WILSON, James Swayne; Montgomery County

WOOD, Archie B.; Montgomery County

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From: Tennessee State Library and Archives

41   MONTGOMERY COUNTY TENNESSEE
CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS'
HOME APPLICATIONS


BELL, F.N; Unit: 6 VA Inf.; Year Applied: 1900

CARNEY, James; Unit: 10 TN Inf.; Year Applied: 1892

CARRALL, John; Unit: 14 TN; Year Applied: 1896

EDLIN, G.C.; Unit: 2 Ky Cav.; Year Applied: 1906

ELLIOTT, A.J.; Unit: 11 TN Inf.; Year Applied: 1904

HERRING, A.A.; Unit: 14 TN; Year Applied: 1898

HORD, H. Ewell; Unit: 3 KY; Year Applied: 1901

NEBLETT, John F.; Unit: 20 TN Inf.; Year Applied: 1898

NEBLETT, Robert H.; Unit: Gen. Wheeler's Escort; Year Applied: 1899

PERRYMAN, R.E.; Unit: 14 TN; Year Applied: 1898

POLKWELL, W.H.; Unit: 49 TN; Year Applied: 1902

SERCY, Robert; Unit: 1 KY; Year Applied: 1895

SINKS, Powel; Unit: 14 TN Inf.; Year Applied: 1911

SLATTER, James R.; Unit: 1 TN; Year Applied: 1895

STEPHENS, E.T.; Unit: 14 TN; Year Applied: 1903

SULLIVAN, Owen; Unit: 2 TN Cav.; Year Applied: 1893

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From: Tennesseans in the War of 1812

42   BALAAM BULL


Clarksville, Tennessee; born 1795 - died 1839; married Sarah Holt; served as Private in the War of 1812 in the military Infantry Unit of Col. Richard C. Napier and Capt. Edward Neblett's Company between January 25,1814 and May 1814.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

43   PALMYRA


September 22,1919---Fred G. Powers has returned from the hospital at Camp Gordon where he has been confined since his return from Germany in May. Mr. Powers, with the 90th Division in the Army of Occupation, in Germany, sustained a broken hip in a fall on the ice last February and was kept in a hospital in Germany prior to his return to the States. He is now able to walk on crutches.
Alexander B. Powers, a brother, reached home in August.
Charlie Powers, also a brother, was among the Montgomery County boys who made the supreme sacrifice, being killed on the Soisson's front on July 18,1918.
Arthur B. Powers, the fourth member of J.B. Powers' family, enlisted in March 1917, but was never sent across. Arthur is still with the 43rd Infantry at Camp Lee, Virginia.

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From: Regimental Histories of Tennessee Units During the War of 1812

44   COLONEL EDWARD BRADLEY


DESIGNATION:
1st Regiment of Tennessee Volunteer Infantry
DATES:
September 1813 - December 1813
MEN MOSTLY FROM:
Sumner, Giles, Lincoln, Montgomery, Overton, Rutherford, Smith, and Wilson Counties
CAPTAINS:
Abraham Bledsoe
Harry L. Douglass
James Hamilton
John Kennedy
William Lauderdale
Brice Martin
John Moore
Travis Nash
Thomas Haynie
John Wallace
BRIEF HISTORY:
This unit was originally under the command of Colonel William Hall during Jackson's excursion to Natchez. Bradley took over the regiment when Hall was promoted to brigadier general. Bradley's regiment then became part of Hall's brigade, along with Colonel William Pillow's Second Regiment of Tennessee Volunteer Infantry. This brigade participated in Jackson's first campaign into the Creek Nation. Bradley's regiment fought at the Battle of Talladega (November 9,1813) and muster rolls show many casualties from that battle, especially in the companies of Captains Abraham Bledsoe and Brice Smith. The line of march for this first campaign followed the route from Fayetteville to Huntsville, then to Fort Deposit and Fort Strother. The troops were dismissed in December 1813. The number of men in each captain's company varied from twenty-nine to seventy-two soldiers.

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From: Regimental Histories of Tennessee Units During the War of 1812

45   COLONEL JOHN COCKE


DESIGNATION:
2nd Regiment of West Tennessee Militia
DATES:
November 1814 - May 1815
MEN MOSTLY FROM:
Montgomery, Williamson, Dickson, Hickman, Robertson, Rutherford, and Stewart Counties
CAPTAINS:
George Barnes
Samuel Carothers
Richard Crunk
John Dalton
Francis Ellis
James Gault
James Gray
Bird Nance
Joseph Price
John Weakley
BRIEF HISTORY:
This regiment was one of three West Tennessee militia units at New Orleans under the command of Major General William Carroll. They were part of the flotilla that went down to New Orleans via the Cumberland, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers. The Nashville Clarion of 21 February 1815 mentions that Captain John Weakly, of Montgomery County, was at the breastworks of Jackson's line at New Orleans during the battle of January 8th. Muster rolls of the regiment show no battle casualties, but do reveal many deaths due to sickness -- a common occurrence for troops stationed at New Orleans in the months of February/March 1815. Colonel John Cocke was sheriff of Montgomery County at the time of war. He is not to be confused with Major General John Cocke of East Tennessee who commanded the 1st Division and was counterpart to Andrew Jackson -- Jackson commanding the 2nd Division.

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From: Regimental Histories of Tennessee Units During the War of 1812

46   COLONEL ROBERT DYER


DESIGNATION:
1st Regiment of West Tennessee Volunteer Mounted Gunmen
DATES:
September 1814 - March 1815
MEN MOSTLY FROM:
Davidson, Dickson, Williamson, Bedford, Maury, Montgomery, Rutherford, Smith, and Stewart Counties
CAPTAINS:
Bethel Allen
Ephraim D. Dickson
Robert Edmondson
Robert Evans
Cuthbert Hudson
Thomas Jones
James McMahan
Glen Owen
Thomas White
Joseph Williams
James Wyatt
BRIEF HISTORY:
Part of Coffee's brigade at New Orleans, most of this regiment took part in the night battle of December 23,1814. Most of the company muster rolls show casualties from this engagement. Portions of this regiment also participated in the capture of Pensacola from the Spanish in West Florida (November 7,1814). The initial rendezvous point for this unit was Fayetteville, Tennessee. From there they passed through Fort Hampton, to Baton Rouge, and finally to New Orleans.

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From: Regimental Histories of Tennessee Units During the War of 1812

47   COLONEL WILLIAM HALL


DESIGNATION:
1st Regiment Tennessee Volunteers
DATES:
December 1812 - April 1813
MEN MOSTLY FROM:
Sumner, Davidson, Giles, Lincoln, Montgomery, Overton, Rutherford, Smith, and Wilson Counties
CAPTAINS:
William Alexander
Abraham Bledsoe
William Carroll
Harry L. Douglass
James Hamilton
John Kennedy
Brice Martin
John Moore
Travis Nash
Henry M. Newlin
John Wallace
BRIEF HISTORY:
Part of Andrew Jackson's expedition to Natchez, this regiment had a complement of about 620 men (the average company having between fifty and seventy soldiers). Each company was assigned a fife and drummer. There were two rifle companies (Captains Bledsoe and Kennedy) which had buglers instead of the fife and drummer. After the abortive mission at Natchez, this unit was dismissed at Columbia, Tennessee (April 1814) but many of men later re-enlisted under Colonel Edward Bradley and joined Jackson in the first campaign of the Creek War.

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From: Regimental Histories of Tennessee Units During the War of 1812

48   COLONEL RICHARD C. NAPIER


DESIGNATION:
1st Regiment West Tennessee Militia
DATES:
January 1814 - May 1814
MEN MOSTLY FROM:
Maury, Dickson, Montgomery, Sumner, Giles, and Stewart Counties
CAPTAINS:
Drury Adkins
Abraham Allen
Samuel Ashmore
Early Benson
John Chism
Thomas Gray
Andrew McCarty
James McMurry
Edward Neblett
Thomas Preston
BRIEF HISTORY:
Part of General Thomas Johnson's brigade, this regiment mustered in at Fayetteville and marched to Huntsville, then Ft. Deposit, Fort Strother, and Fort Williams. While some detachments participated in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend (March 27,1814), others stayed at Fort Williams on guard duty (Capt. Thomas Preston, for example). Jackson's report of the battle mentions that the troops under Captain James McMurray were on the left line at Horseshoe Bend. Many of the men then marched to the Hickory Ground (near present-day Montgomery, Alabama) where Jackson anticipated another battle with the Creeks, but the defeat at Horseshoe Bend had been decisive and the Tennesseans faced no further massed resistance. The regiment numbered about 500 men.

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From: Regimental Histories of Tennessee Units During the War of 1812

49   COLONEL NICHOLAS PERKINS


DESIGNATION:
1st Regiment West Tennessee Mounted Volunteers
DATES:
December 1813 - February 1814
MEN MOSTLY FROM:
Davidson, Williamson, Maury, Montgomery, Rutherford, Sumner, and Wilson Counties
CAPTAINS:
John Doak
George Elliott
Mathew Johnson(Johnston)
George W.L. Marr
James McMahan
Matthew Patterson
Phillip Pipkin
John B. Quarles
BRIEF HISTORY:
This regiment, along with the regiment under Colonel Higgins, comprised the sixty-day volunteers enlisted by William Carroll to fill the depleted ranks of Jackson's rapidly dwindling army after the first campaign of the Creek War. Although the enlistment terms were short, this regiment saw some of the fiercest action of the Creek War at Emuckfau and Enotochopco (22 and 24 January 1814) where Jackson's army was nearly routed by attacking Creeks. Captain John B. Quarles' company was in the center column of the rear guard at Enotochopco and suffered heavy casualties; Quarles himself died at this battle. Colonel Perkins and Lieutenant Colonel Stump were accused of cowardice, disobedience of orders, and abandonment of their posts as a result of the actions at Enotochopco. Perkins was acquitted at his court martial but Stump was found guilty and cashiered out of the army.

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From: Regimental Histories of Tennessee Units During the War of 1812

50   COLONEL JOHN K. WYNN


DESIGNATION:
1st Regiment West Tennessee Militia
DATES:
October 1813 - January 1814
MEN MOSTLY FROM:
Wilson, Jackson, Robertson, Bedford, Lincoln, Montgomery, Robertson, Sumner, and White Counties
CAPTAINS:
Bailey Butler
Robert Braden
William Carothers
James Cole
James Holleman
William McCall
Bayless E. Prince
John Porter
John Spinks
William Wilson
BRIEF HISTORY:
Along with Colonel McCrory's regiment, this unit was part of the brigade commanded by General Isaac Roberts. Wynn's regiment totaled approximately 417 men. They participated in Jackson's first campaign into Creek territory where they fought at the Battle of Talladega (November 9,1813). At this battle the regiment sustained heavy casualties, especially in Captain John Porter's company, where the captain himself was among the wounded. Colonel Wynn was a planter and politician from Wilson County who was serving as state senator at the time of the outbreak of the Creek War. His regiment was mustered in at Fayetteville in early October 1813 and mustered out in early January 1814.

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From: Tennessee State Library and Archives

51   SOLDIERS IN TENNESSEE VOLUNTEER UNITS
IN THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR
(1ST / 2ND / 3RD / 4TH TENNESSEE INFANTRY)


Field Officers of the four infantry regiments from Tennessee:

First Volunteer Infantry
Colonel: William Crawford Smith
Lieutenant Colonel: Gracey Childers
Majors: Albert B. Bayless, B. Frank Cheatham, John G. Maguire
Major and Surgeon: Richard A. Barr
Captain and Assistant Surgeon: R.M. Kirby Smith, Percy Jones
First Lieutenant and Adjutant: James K. Polk
First Lieutenant and Quartermaster: Andrew J. Duncan
Captain and Chaplain: Lewis J. Leland
Regiment discharged at Presidio, San Francisco, California November 23, 1899

Second Volunteer Infantry
Colonel: Kellar Anderson
Lieutenant Colonel: Thomas E. Patterson
Majors Frank H. Deffrey, Mark A. Walker, George W. Seay
Regiment discharged at Camp Fornance, Columbia, South Carolina February 8, 1899

Third Volunteer Infantry
Colonel: James P. Fyffe
Lieutenant Colonel: Daniel M. Coffman
Majors: William Brown, James W. Meeks, Edwin C. Ramage
Regiment discharged at Camp Shipp, Anniston, Alabama January 31, 1899

Fourth Volunteer Infantry
Colonel: George LeRoy Brown
Lieutenant Colonel: Harvey H. Hannah
Majors: William C. Tatom, William O. Vertrees, (Eldridge
Wright resigned October, 1898)
Major and Surgeon: Crum Eppler
Captain and Assistant Surgeon: J.W. McDonald, V.K. Earthman
First Lieutenant & Adjutant: Beauford McKinney
First Lieutenant & Quartermaster: Henry C. Gillispie
Captain and Chaplain: R.N. Price (Charles Hancock resigned October, 1898) Regiment discharged at Savannah, Georgia May 6, 1899

LOCAL FOLKS

ABERNATHY, John C.; Co. C; 4th Regt.; Residence: Louise

ADAMS, Thomas; Co. E; 4th Regt.; Residence: Sadlersville

ADKINS, James H.; Co. E; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

ADKINS, James H.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

ALLISON, William F.; Co. F; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

ATKINSON, John G.; Co. G; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

BAGGETT, John; Co. M; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

BLAIR, Walker W.; Co. A; 4th Regt.; Residence: Trotter's Store, TN

BRADLEY, William H.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

BURTON, Patrick; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

CAIN, Christopher C.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

CAIN, Columbus; Co. I; 4th Regt.; Residence: Cheap Hill

CHILDERS, Gracey; Co. FS&B; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

CLIFTON, Sam T.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

CLIFTON, Sam T.; Co. I; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

COULTER, Richard S.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

COULTER, Richard S.; Co. I; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DAHLGREEN, Frank; Co. L; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DAHLGREEN, Frank; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DAVIDSON, Charles; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DAVIDSON, Charles; Co. M; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DAVIDSON, William E.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DAVIS, Burrell E.; Co. M; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DAVIS, Edward A.; Co. K; 1st Regt.; Residence: Port Royal

DENEEN, Daniel; Co. H; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DINNEEN, Daniel; Co. C; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DRANE, Lewis; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DRISCALL, Richard; Co. M; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

DRISCOE, Richard; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

EAKER, Charles L.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

ELDRIDGE, William; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Palmyra

ELLIS, Tom H.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

EMERY, Arthur S.; Co. FS&BB; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

EVANS, Allen O.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

EWING, Charles B.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

EWING, Charles B.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

FORBES, William A.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

GASTON, O'Brien; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

GHOLSON, Milton; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

GOSSETT, Richard V.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

GOSSETT, Richard V.; Co. K; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

GRANT, Frank; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

GRANT, Frank; Co. L; 4th Regt.; Residence: Southside

GRAY, Edgar E.; Co. K ; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HAMLETT, Charles B.; Co. I; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HARRISON, Alex B.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HARRISON, Thomas B.; Co. C; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HAURATTY, Charles; Co. I; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HAYNES, William W.; Co. C; 4th Regt.; Residence: Palmyra

HEARST, Mack A.; Co. A; 4th Regt.; Residence: Trotter's Store

HEGGE, Richard H.; Co. L; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HEGGIS, Richard H.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HENRATTY, Charles; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HIGGIE, Leon A.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HOWARD, Daniel; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HOWELL, Jesse S.; Co. I; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HOWLETT, Charles D.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HUDSON, Marvin J. Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Corbandale

HURST, Walton C.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

HYMAN, Edward J.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

JACKSON, John M.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

JACKSON, Jonathan M.; Co. K; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

JACKSON, Perry; Co. H.; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

JACKSON, Robert F.; Co. E; 4th Regt.; Residence: Sadlersville

JOHNSON, Boyd; Co. FS&B; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

JOHNSON, Boyd; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

JOHNSON, Carr; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

JOHNSON, Cave; Co. FS&B; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

JOSLIN, Edward; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

JOSLIN, Edward; Co. L; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

KENDRICK, James; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

LIGON, George W.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

LYLE, John; Co. I; 4th Regt.; Residence: St. Bethleham

LYLE, John; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: St. Bethleham

LYNCH, James S.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

LYNCH, James S.; Co. L; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MABRY, Thomas D.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MACKEY, John T.; Co. H; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MARABLE, J. Hartwell; Co. FS&B; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MARABLE, Paul D.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MATHEWS, Samuel; Co. I; 4th Regt.; Residence: Southside

MATTHEWS, Samuel I.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MELLON, Norman; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MELON, Norman; Co. K; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MILES, Robert H.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MOORE, Clarence F.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MOORE, Robert L.; Co. E; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MOOREFIELD, James W.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

MORROW, Hugh; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Corbandale

NORRIS, Mack; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Hampton Station

PERKINS, Branch R.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

PERKINS, R. Branch; Co. K; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

POORE, James Z.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

PULLEY, John; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

RALLS, Cris C.; Co. I; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

RAMEY, John K.; Co. B; 2nd Regt.; Residence: Hampton Station

RANDLE, J. Underwood; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Hampton Station

REED, B. Monroe; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

SADLER, George M.; Co. E; 4th Regt.; Residence: Sadlersville

SANDERSON, Horace G.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

SHEPPARD, Alex; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

SHEPPARD, Edward; Co. I; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

SHEPPARD, Edward; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

SHEPPARD, James; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

SMALLING, John; Co. K; 1st Regt.; Residence: Hampton Station

SMITH, Ewan W.; Co. C; 4th Regt.; Residence: Dotsonville

SMITH, Tim; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: New Providence

SMITH, William E.; Co. K; 1st Regt.; Residence: Sadlersville

STACKER, Clay Jr.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

STACKER, Clay, Jr.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

STACKER, Patrick L.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

STACKER, Patrick L.; Co. FS&B; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

TATE, John H.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: St. Bethleham

TERRY, Gano E.; Co. G; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

WALKER, Wallis J.; Co. FS&B; 1st Regt.; Residence: Iloilo

WARFIELD, Hanson; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

WARFIELD, Hanson P.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

WILLIAMS, John D.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

WILLIAMS, John D.; Co. K; 1st Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

WOODSON, Leslie G.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville

YOUNG, Charles; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Residence: Clarksville


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From: Tennessee State Library and Archives

52   MONTGOMERY COUNTY TENNESSEE
WORLD WAR I VETERANS


ABERNATHY, Gilbert B.; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Louise, TN

ACREE, Robert P.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

ADAMS, Louis C.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ADAMS, William D.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Louise, TN

ADKINS, Albert R.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

ADKINS, Herbert L.; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

ADKINS, Wiley M.; Age: 26; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

ADWELL, Lawrence Thomas; Age: 23; Sailor

ADWELL, Samuel E.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ALBRIGHT, Ira M.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

ALBRIGHT, William A.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

ALLEN, Albert; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ALLEN, Charlie; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ALLEN, Lee; Age: 26; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ALLEN, Pete; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ALLEY, Robert M.; Age: 1898; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

ANDERSON, Ben; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer
ANDERSON, Parker D.; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ANDERSON, Willie; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Jordan Springs, TN

ANDREWS, James; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Saddlersville, TN

ARMS, Burnet; Age: 26; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ARMS, James H.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ARNOLD, Thomas C.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ASKEW, Harley L.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ASKEW, Laurin B.; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

ATKINS, Garnett Flowers; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN
ATKINSON, Polk J.; Officer

ATKINSON, William R.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BAGBY, Daniel, B.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BAGBY, James E.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BAGGETT, George S.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

BAGGETT, Isaac Asberry; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Shiloh, TN

BAGGETT, Jonas; Age: 31; Birth Place: Shiloh, TN

BAGGETT, Lee H.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

BAGGETT, Walter; Age: 24; Birth Place: Stewart, TN

BAGGETT, William B.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Louise, TN

BAGWELL, Emmett G.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Macadoo, TN

BAGWELL, Oscar; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BAGWELL, Wiley L.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN; Deserter

BAKER, Joe W.; Age: 31; Birth Place: Sailor's Rest, TN

BARBEE, Sol T.; Age: 37; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Wounded

BARBEE, William E.; Age: 29; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BARNES, Epsher S.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

BARRETT, Charles M.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BARTEE, Adolphus H.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

BARTEE, James P.; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

BARTLETT, James C.; Age: 23; Birth Place: South Side, TN

BASFORD, Charlie B.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

BASHAM, George B.; Age: 23; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

BASHAM, Hershel L.; Age: 21; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

BASHAM, Samuel J.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BASHAM, William B.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

BATES, Russell B.; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BATSON, Henry B.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

BATSON, Horace F.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BAXTER, Theodore Thomas; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Southside, TN

BEACH, Commodore C.; Age: 29; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BEACH, Oscar; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

BEAUMONT, George W.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BEAUMONT, Philander P.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BEDWELL, Fred A.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Discharge

BELL, Archie R.; Age: 23; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

BELLAMY, Jesse P.; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

BENNETT, Comer W.; Age: 28; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BITER, J. Marshal; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BITER, Lee A.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BLACK, Alfred; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BLACK, John Cooksey; Age: 27; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

BLACK, William L.; Age: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BOGARD, Eddie Rice; Age: 1898; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Marine

BOLLIN, Joseph, Jr.; Age: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

BOONE, Alvin M.; Age: 30; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BOOTH, John E.; Age: 29; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BOURNE, Lewis S.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BOURNE, William N.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

BOWERS, Joseph P.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

BOWERS, William Bonnie; Age: 25; Birth Place: Corbandale, TN

BRADBURY, James L.; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

BRADBURY, Merlee; Age: 24; Birth Place: Sango, TN

BRANDAN, John A.; Age: 17; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BRANDAU, George McMillan; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN.

BRANDAU, William H.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

BRANDAU, J. W.; Officer

BRIDGEWATER, Thomas Edwin; Age: 30; Sailor

BRODIE, Herland; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BROMLEY, Frank I.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Corbandale, TN

BRONDDUS, James A.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BROODIE, Henry; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BROOME, Aubrey C.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place; Palmyra, TN

BROOME, LaFayette E.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

BROOMFIELD, James; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BROWN, Irl C.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BROWN, James; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BROWN, Lenzy; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Oakwood, TN

BROWN, Newell B.; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BROWNING, Luther D.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BRUCE, William; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

BRUNSON, Ashbel, Jr.; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BRUNSON, Benjamin D.; Birth Year: 1900; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BRUNSON, Vernie E.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BRUNTY, Charles I.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BRYAN, Charlie; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Rossview, TN

BRYANT, Robert Scott; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BUCHANAN, Will T.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BURKE, Richard A.; Age: 22; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

BURNEY, Jesse C.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

BURTON, Paul Elmore; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN; Marine

BUSH, Claud; Age: 26; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

BUSH, Doctor Robert; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CALDWELL, James R.; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Cumberland City, TN

CANNON, Barney G.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Woods Valley, TN

CARNEY, Edwin Lee; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CARNEY, Norfleet Lynn; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

CARNEY, Richard R.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CAROLAND, Arden; Age: 28; Sailor

CAROLAND, Clay R.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Montgomery Co., TN

CARPENTER, John W.; Age: 19; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

CARSEY, Overton; Age: 32; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CARTER, Dorrell E.; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CARTER, John W.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CARTER, Will C.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CARTER, William Rufus; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CASTLEBERRY, Irvin Thomas; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Louise, TN

CAUDLE, Manson; Age: 22; Birth Place: Montgomery Co., TN

CAUDLE, Robert S.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

CHADWICK, James E.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

CHERRY, Will; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CHESTER, Jackson; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CHESTER, Lee; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CHILTON, William H.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Oakwood, TN

CLARDY, Roy; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CLARDY, Will; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CLARK, Morris K.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CLARK, Owen; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

CLARK, William; Age: 29; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CLAYPOOL, Charles Harold; Age: 18; Sailor

COCKE, Herschel R.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

COCKE, William E.; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

COKE, Henry Marvin; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

COLLINS, Batson C.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

COLLINS, Gus T.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

COLLINS, R. J.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

COLLINS, Sullivan; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: South Side, TN

COLLINS, Tommy; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CONNELL, William; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CONROY, John J.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CORDER, Benjamin Franklin; Age: 21; Sailor

CORDER, Lewis Marvin; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CORLEW, Rufus E.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CORNEAT, Albert; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

COTTON, Ernest; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

COUNCILL, Robert T.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

CROSS, John Eddie; Birth Year: 1887; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

CROSS, Patrick Henry; Age: 20; Sailor

CROTZER, Andrew R.; Age: 31; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

CROTZER, William E.; Age: 31; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CROY, Elbert C.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

CRUM, Edward Adolph; Age: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

CUNNINGHAM, Andrew Abernathy; Age: 25; Sailor

CUNNINGHAM, Hobson D.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

CUNNINGHAM, John Newell; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DABNEY, Arthur; Age: 22; Birth Place: Montgomery Co., TN

DABNEY, Steve; Age: 23; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

DANIEL, John S.; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

DANIEL, John Spencer; Age: 30; Sailor

DANIEL, Robert Sinclair; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN Officer

DANIEL, William M.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DANIEL, William Madison; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN Officer

DARDEN, Ben; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DARDEN, James H.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Springfield, TN

DARNELL, Earnest; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Corbandale, TN

DARNELL, Ed; Age: 19; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

DAVIDSON, Oby; Age: 23; Birth Place: Marion, TN

DAVIE, Ambrose; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DAVIE, Sawyer; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

DAVIS, Charles J. S.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DAVIS, Claude Duncan; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

DAVIS, Early H.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Hackberry, TN

DAVIS, H. E.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

DAVIS, Henry E.; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

DAVIS, Homer Simpson; Age: 26; Sailor

DAVIS, Hugh C.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DAVIS, Joe; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DAVIS, Ollie S.; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Southside, TN

DAVIS, Raymond L.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DAVIS, Robert A.; Birth Year: 1885; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN; Officer

DAVIS, Russell L.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DAVIS, Saint E.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Tennessee

DAVIS, William P.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DAWSON, Norman; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DENNES, Gillie Bell; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DEVITT, Charles T.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DIBBLE, Parker J.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DICKERSON, Henry; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DICKSON, Garland; Age: 22; Sailor

DICKSON, James F.; Age: 27; Southside, TN

DINKINS, Otis; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

DINKINS, Shiner; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DIX, Gus; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DIX, Horace O.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DOWDY, Ernest E.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DOWLEN, John S.; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

DRAIN, L. C.; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DUNBAR, Glenn B.; Age: 29; Birth Place: Cumberland City, TN

DUNBAR, Samuel Cuyler; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Cumberland City, TN

DUNCAN, Charlie; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DUNLAP, Cruise; Age: 32; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

DUNLOP, Arthur; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

DUNLOP, Dallas; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

DURRETT, Robert E.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

EADS, Burney H.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

EADS, Walter; Age: 26; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

EATHERLY, James; Age: 18; Birth Place: Pleasant View, TN

EDDINGTON, Earnest B.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

EDMONDSON, Finley; Age; 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

EDMONDSON, John Lewis; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

EDMONDSON, Mitchell Clarence; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Oakwood, TN

EDMONSON, Walter; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

EDWARDS, Edward; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

EDWARDS, Henry Alfred; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Slayden, TN

EDWARDS, Lewis Taylor; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

EDWARDS, Reams A.; Age: 18; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

ELLIOTT, Jones Fort; Age: 20; Sailor

ELLIOTT, Lude Roberts; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Corbandale, TN
ELLIS, Ivie C.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Sailor's Rest, TN, TN

ELLIS, Lewis; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

EVANS, Arthur A.; Age: 30; Corbandale, TN

EVANS, Emery Ezra; Birth Year: 1892; Hickory Point, TN

EVANS, James; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

EVANS, Luther M.; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

EVANS, Oliver William; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

EVANS, Porter; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

FAIN, Clarence B.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

FAIN, Clarence Barnes; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN; Officer

FARMER, Tumps; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

FELTS, Ramey Huston; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

FERGUSON, Robert F.; Age: 19; Montgomery Co., TN

FERRELL, Joseph D.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Slayden, TN; Deserter

FERRELL, Joseph D.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Slayden, TN; Deserter

FESSEY, Mimms G.; Age: 21; Palmyra, TN

FISHER, Floyd; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

FLETCHER, Carney B.; Age: 28; Birth Place: Shiloh, TN

FOSTER, Mack T.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

FOWLER, Leslie F.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

FOWLKES, Mercer L.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

FRECH, Emmett M.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

FRECH, George Langston; Age: 22; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

FRECH, Robert A.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

FREEMAN, Eddie; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

FREY, John W.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

GAINES, Jimmie; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Rudolphtown, TN

GALBRETH, Sim; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GANNWAY, John Robert; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

GARRARD, Stephen; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

GARVER, Clarence A.; Age: 28; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GERHART, Nathaniel V.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GIBBS, Stephen L.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GIBSON, Charley; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GIBSON, Herbert D.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

GIBSON, Robert; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GILBERT, Cream; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Hampton Station, TN

GILL, Sterling D.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GIPSON, Alexander; Age: 25; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

GIPSON, Ewing; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Ringgold, TN

GIVENS, Allen B.; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Corbandale, TN

GLENN, Henry P.; Birth Year: 1886; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GOODALL, Wayne T.; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GOODLETT, Collier Whitefield; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GOODLETT, Frank Lacey; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GOSSETT, William L.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GRACEY, Donald; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GRACEY, Frank P.; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

GRAHAM, Jesse M. H.; Birth Year: 1875; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN Officer

GRANT, Foster; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN Marine

GRANT, Oley; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

GRAY, Daniel L.; Age: 29; Birth Place: Indian Mound, TN

GREEN, Charlie Oscar; Age: 24; Sailor

GREEN, Chester Allison; Age: 19; Sailor

GREEN, Ernest; Age: 28; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GREENE, Oliver T.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Indian Mound, TN

GRIFFIN, Ralph K.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

GRIMES, Finnis B.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

GRIZZARD, Henry W.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GUPTON, Warner Gilbert; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

GUPTON, William H.; Age: 22; Hickory Point, TN

HAGEWOOD, Demps; Age: 23; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

HALE, John L.; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HALE, Ollie; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HALL, Willie E.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Sailor's Rest, TN

HAMBAUGH, William T.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Ringgold, TN

HANAHAN, John P.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HANCOCK, Allen E. Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HANCOCK, Paul Adrion; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HARLAND, Isaac W.; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HARPER, David S.; Age: 23; Lone Oak, TN

HARRIS, Allen; Birth Year: 1887; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HARRIS, Edgar Phillp; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Southside, TN

HARRIS, Edwin Herman; Age: 30; Sailor

HARRIS, James A.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

HARRIS, Robert W.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HARRIS, William H.; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

HARRISON, Arthur; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HARRISON, Jake W.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HARVEY, Marvin; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Louise, TN

HARVEY, Stetson; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HARVEY, William C.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

HATCHER, William, Jr.; Age: 28; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HAWKINS, Gordon Ernest; Sailor

HAWKINS, Royce; Age: 19; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

HAYNES, Frank T.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

HAYNES, Henry L.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

HESTER, George W.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HESTER, Theopolis; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

HETT, Edwin Paul; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HICKERSON, Vernon A.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Jordan Springs, TN

HICKMAN, Peter; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HICKS, Otha; Age: 25; Birth Place: Guthrie, TN

HIETT, Benjamin Herring; Birth Year: 1875; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN Officer

HODGE, Clarence; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HODGE, Herbert H.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HODGES, Joseph Harris; Age: 21; Sailor

HODGES, Marshall Acy; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Shiloh, TN

HODGES, Paschall B.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

HOGUE, Lonie; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HOLLEMAN, James G.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HOLMES, Daniel W.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HOLMES, Jesse; Age: 22; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

HOLT, Hubert Thornton; Age: 26; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

HOLT, Hugh; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

HOLT, Jesse L.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

HOLT, John L.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

HOLT, Porter; Age: 22; Port Royal, TN

HOLT, Richard Bryan; Birth Year: 1895; Port Royal, TN; Officer

HOOPER, William W.; Age: 31; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

HOOSER, Pete T.; Birth Year: 1892; St. Bethlehem, TN

HORTON, Ernest; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

HORTON, Lewis; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

HUDSON, Guy H.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN; Wounded

HUDSON, Marvin J.; Age: 37; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HUGHES, George J.; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HUNT, Clarence J. B.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

HUNT, Marvin; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

HUNTER, Comer; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HUNTER, Jake; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

HUNTER, John B.; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HUNTER, Willie F.; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HUSSEY, Paul E.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

HUTCHEN, Vance; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

HUTCHINSON, Boyd M.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HUTCHINSON, Troyce P.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HUTCHINSON, William L.; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

HYDE, Sandy; Age: 34; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

INGRAM, Charles L.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

INGRAM, Emmett L.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Jordan Springs, TN; Officer

IRBY, William; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JACKSON, Herman J.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

JACKSON, Isreal; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Sulphur Springs, TN

JACKSON, Jerome E.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN; Wounded

JACKSON, Luther N.; Age: 28; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

JACKSON, Oscar A.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JACKSON, William J.; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JACKSON, William M.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JEFFERSON, Lurton; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Oakwood, TN

JOHNSON, Cave; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JOHNSON, Charlie A.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

JOHNSON, Charlie M.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JOHNSON, Edward; Age: 24; Birth Place: Providence, TN

JOHNSON, Elmo; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JOHNSON, Ernest; Age: 23; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

JOHNSON, Gaither; Birth Year: 1887; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JOHNSON, James H.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JOHNSON, Jesse; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JOHNSON, Josh; Birth Year: 1886; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

JOHNSON, Mitchell A.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JOHNSON, Robert; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Ringgold, TN

JOHNSON, Tom; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JOHNSON, Virgil H.; Age: 29; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

JOHNSON, William S.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

JOHNSON, Wylie Lee; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

JOINER, Herman; Age: 26; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JOINER, Moses; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JONES, Jasper B.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JONES, John Thomas; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Wounded

JONES, Marshall Eldred; Age: 21; Sailor

JONES, Moses; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JONES, Robert D.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

JONES, Sam; Age: 22; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

JORDAN, John A.; Age: 31; Sailor

JORDAN, William Manson; Age: 31; Sailor

KARNS, Clyde; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Hackberry, TN

KELLY, Harry; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Deserter

KELLY, John; Age: 22; Birth Place: Hackberry, TN

KENNEDY, Frank Benjamin; Age: 22; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

KENNEDY, Herbert; Birth Year: 1891; Cunningham, TN; Marine

KING, Willie M.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

KING, James R.; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

KIRBY, George P.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

KIRBY, Louis; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

KLEEMAN, Karl M.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

KLEEMAN, William; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

LADD, James E.; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LADD, Walter Garnett; Birth Year: 1900; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LANDON, Lester; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LANGFORD, Floyd; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LASCO, Willie; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Oakwood, TN

LAUGHREN, Henry Grady; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LAW, Erwin M.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Southside, TN

LEDFORD, Lacy Allen; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LIGON, Frank J.; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LIGON, George P.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LISENBEE, Edd; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LISENBEE, Larnie L.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LISENBY, Coleman W.; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LISENBY, James Stanley; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LIVINGSTON, Robert Wickham; Age: 18; Sailor

LOCKERT, Aeolian; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LUPTON, Henry M., Jr.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LYLE, Corney Batson, Jr.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

LYLE, Jesse Andrew; Age: 24; Sailor

LYLE, Reid; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LYLE, Thomas H.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

LYLE, Thomas Herndon; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MABRY, John E.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MABRY, John W.; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MACKEY, Dick; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery, AL

MACKEY, Harry; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MACKEY, Porter James; Age: 25; Sailor

MACLAUGHLIN, William W.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MACON, Roland Bain; Officer

MAJOR, Martin C.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MAJOR, Rufus; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Ashland City, TN

MAJOR, S. Sterling; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MALLORY, Hurdle; Age: 23; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

MALLORY, Otis; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MANN, George Washington; Age: 22; Sailor

MANNING, Howard M.; Age: 1888; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

MANSON, Tom; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Dotsonville, TN

MARABLE, Houston Lane; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MARABLE, John H. Age: 26; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

MARABLE, Luther Alexander; Birth Year: 1887; Birth Place: Jordan Springs, TN

MARCUM, Henley Franklin; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Rose Hill, TN; Marine

MARSHALL, Clyde; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MARSHALL, Elton; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MARSHALL, Ervin J.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MARSHALL, James Dudley; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

MARTIN, Frank D.; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Hackberry, TN

MARTIN, John; Age: 21; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN; Wounded

MASON, Floyd; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Jordan Springs, TN

MATTHEWS, Herschel Freeman; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN
MATTHEWS, James B.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MAVESTY, Elmwood B.; Age: 24; Birth Place, Woodlawn, TN

MAYNER, John Robert; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

McBRIDE, Charles F.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

McCALLISTER, Kay; Birth Year: 1875; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

McCLOUD, Ira O.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Southside, TN

McCLOUD, Robert Lexie; Age: 21; Sailor

McCORMAC, Dolphus; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

McCORMACK, James Walton; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

McCURDY, James H.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

McDANIEL, Edward N.; Age: 29; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

McGEHEE, Jessup J.; Age: 17; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

McREYNOLDS, Clement E.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

McREYNOLDS, Robert L.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

McWHIRTER, Charles D.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN
McWHIRTER, William C.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MEDCALF, John Dixie; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MEEK, Dillard F.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MEEK, James H.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MEEK, Willie; Age: 28; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Wounded

MEEKS, Clarence E.; Age: Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MEEKS, Robert B.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MELLON, Louis; Age: 17; Sailor

MELLORY, Arthur; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MERIWETHER, Dave; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MERIWETHER, Frank; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MERIWETHER, Isiah; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MERIWETHER, Morris; Birth Year: 1887; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MERIWETHER, Sam; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MERRITT, Henry C.; Age: 28; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MILES, Charlie; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MILLER, Ed; Age: 30; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

MILLER, Maurice S.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

MILLS, Jackson McDaniel; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MIMMS, Luther W.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MINTON, Louis J.; Age: 28; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

MOCKBEE, Jessie J.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MOODY, Davis; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MOODY, Lina J.; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

MOODY, Newton; Birth Year: 1894; Indian Mound, TN

MOORE, Lazarus M.; Birth Year: 1887; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

MOORE, Usher F.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MORGAN, Percy; Age: 22; Birth Place: Lone Oak, TN

MORISSY, William T.; Age: 28; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MORRIS, Benjamin Harvey; Age: 35; Sailor

MORRISON, Bruce Lyle; Age: 19; Sailor

MORRISON, Lee R.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

MORRISON, Robert Roy; Age: 28; Sailor

MORROW, Chesley; Age: 23; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

MORROW, Edward H., Jr.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MORROW, Emmett C.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MORROW, Henry S.; Birth Year: 1900; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MORROW, Herschel F.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

MORROW, Ruben T.; Age: 31; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

MORROW, Willis; Birth Year: 1887; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

MURFF, John R.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

MURPHY, William J.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

MYERS, Claude Poleamore; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Montgomery Co., TN

MYERS, John T.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Sailor's Rest, TN

MYERS, William C.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

MYERS, William L.; Age: 31; Birth Place: Shiloh, TN

NEBLETT, Farley A.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

NEBLETT, George L.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

NEBLETT, Henry M.; Age: 30; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

NEBLETT, John Bufford; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

NEBLETT, Jones Daly; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

NEBLETT, Reuben F.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

NICHOLSON, Robert H.; Birth Year: 1896; Montgomery Co., TN

NICHOLSON, Sidney P.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

NORFLEET, Vere; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

NORTHINGTON, John R.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

OGAN, Virgil; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

OGANS, Robert; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

OLDHAM, Daney L.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Springfield, TN

OLDHAM, Hugh A.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

OLDHAM, Junior G.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Lone Oak, TN

OLDHAM, Ray; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

OLDHAM, Reuben; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

OLIVER, Major; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

OLIVER, Norman; Age: 26; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

ORGAIN, Frank L.; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

ORGAIN, Harry H.; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

ORGAIN, Herbert; Age: 30; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ORGAIN, William E.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

OUTLAW, Elvin; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

OUTLAW, John C.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

OUTLAW, John Franklin; Age: 26; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

OUTLAW, Sidney Baxter; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

OVERTON, Edward H.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

OVERTON, Luther; Age: 22; Birth Place: Oakwood, TN

PACE, Carl S.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

PACE, Jordan; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PACE, Toney; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PACE, Walter; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PAGE, Carl Enloe; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

PAGE, Frank E.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PAGE, Harry G.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PAINDEXTER, Havie; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PARDUE, William A.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

PARKER, Charlie Alven; Age: 19; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN, TN

PARKER, Jones E.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Montgomery, TN

PATCH, Asahel Huntington; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PATCH, Benjamin A., Jr.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PATCH, William G.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PATTERSON, George; Age: 21; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

PATTERSON, Walter E.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PEACHER, James B.; Age: 24; New Providence, TN

PEACHER, William H.; Birth Year: 1887; Birth Place: Oakwood, TN

PERKINS, Charlie J., Jr.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Dishonorable Discharge

PERKINS, Zachariah; Age: 21; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

PERRY, Jesse F.; Age: 19

PERRY, John W.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

PERRY, Lafayette M.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

PERSON, Napoleon; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PETERSON, Van; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PETTIS, Irving; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

PHELPS, John E.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Peacher’s Mill, TN

PHIPPS, Fredrick; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Wounded

PICKERING, Charles Frost; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

PLUMMER, George W.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

POINDEXTER, Otis; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

POINDEXTER, Willie; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

POLK, Ben H.; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

POLLARD, Floyd A.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

POOL, Archie F.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

POOL, Boss; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

POOL, Oscar; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

POOLE, Arthur; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

PORTER, Bennie; Age: 22; Birth Place: Sango, TN

PORTER, Harvey Glenn; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN Marine

PORTER, Richard Hubert; Age: 19; Sailor

POSEY, Edward W.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Fraud. Enlistment

POSEY, James; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Wounded

POWERS, Alexander B.; Age: 33; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

POWERS, Arthur Bell; Age: 22; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

POWERS, Bryce M.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

POWERS, Charley; Age: 28; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

POWERS, Clarence Marable; Age: 25; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

POWERS, Dollege W.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

POWERS, Fred Gus; Age: 26; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

POWERS, Joe R., Jr.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Wounded

POWERS, Louis R.; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

POWERS, Lowry Harned; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

POWERS, Roy D.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

POWERS, Talmage; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

POWERS, Wylie J.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

PRICE, Jesse Edward; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

PRUITT, Aldon A.; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

QUARLES, Madison J.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

RAIMEY, William W.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Louise, TN

RAIMEY, Woodson; Age: 25; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

RAMEY, Richard; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RAMSEY, Dewey; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RANDELL, Elliott; Age: 23; Birth Place: Jordan Springs, TN

RANDSELL, John A.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

RANSDELL, Walter; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RANSDELL, William E.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

RAWLINGS, Devereux Henry; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

REDMAN, George; Age: 23; Sailor

REYNOLDS, John W.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Wounded

RIALS, William R.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN, TN

RIGGINS, Clifton; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RIGGINS, James E.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RINEHART, Floyd Ennes; Age: 28; Woodford, TN

RINEHART, Hubert; Age: 18; Woodford, TN; Fraud. Enlistment

RINEHART, James A.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Montgomery Co., TN

RINEHART, Marvin C.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Sango, TN

RIVES, Johnnie C.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Montgomery Co., TN

ROAKE, Samuel Douglas; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ROBERTS, Eddie; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ROBERTS, Joseph A.; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

ROBERTS, Tom; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ROBINSON, John E.; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ROBINSON, Otho; Birth Year: 1878; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

ROGERS, Alvin J.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ROGERS, David Mills; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ROGERS, Sherman; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Round Pond, TN

ROGERS, Ulysses; Age: 24; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

ROGERS, Webster C.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ROGERS, William J.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

ROGERS, Wilmer T.; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

ROSS, Edward Baker; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

ROSS, Hubbard; Age: 20; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

ROYSTER, George W.; Birth Year: 1899; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RUBENSTEIN, Mose; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RUDOLPH, Emmit; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RUDOLPH, Harden; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RUDOLPH, Will S.; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RUDOLPH, Wisdom William; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

RUSSELL, William J.; Birth Year: 1900; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RUTHERFORD, Edwin Redmond; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RUTHERFORD, Frank G.; Age: 22

RUTHERFORD, Gordon; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RUTHERFORD, Howard; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

RYE, Charlie E.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Southside, TN

RYE, Isaac L.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Shiloh, TN

RYE, William Henry; Birth Year: 1886; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

SALES, Noble; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SATTERFIELD, Charlie; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

SAUNDERS, Henry T.; Age: 23; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

SAUNDERS, Moses; Age: 22; Birth Place: Peacher's Mills, TN

SAVAGE, Howard Lane; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

SCHINDLER, Sam R.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SCHMITTOU, Forest V.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

SCOTT, George; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SEAY, Bayless A.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Corbandale, TN; Wounded

SEAY, Louis; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SHAMELL, Willie; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SHELBY, Arvy G.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

SHELBY, Arvy Glen; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN; Officer

SHELBY, Manton Leonard; Officer

SHELBY, Roy W.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

SHELBY, Thomas C.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SHELTON, Charlie; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Ellis Mill, TN

SHELTON, Hunt; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

SHELTON, John; Age: 31; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

SHELTON, Tom, Jr.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SHEPHERD, James O.; Birth Year: 1899; Dotsonville, TN

SHEPHERD, Wiley Edward; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SHEPHERD, William L.; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

SHEPPARD, Edward P.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SHEPPARD, Edward P.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN Officer

SHIELDS, Lee; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SIMMONS, Walton; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SIMPSON, Charles Elbert; Age: 17; Sailor

SIMPSON, Samuel Randolph; Age: 28; Sailor

SIMS, Herbert B.; Age: 22; Birth Place: St. Bethlehem, TN

SINKS, Jerry L.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Shiloh, TN

SLAYDEN, Bruce; Age: 21; Birth Place: Sailor’s Rest, TN

SMITH, Arthur Henry; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, Calvin; Age: 25; Birth Place: Sango, TN

SMITH, Clarence James; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, Dave C.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

SMITH, Edwin Runyon; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: New Providence, TN; Marine

SMITH, Elliott; Age: 26; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

SMITH, Frederick Norman; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, George B.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

SMITH, George Brown; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN Officer

SMITH, Guy E.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, Harvey E.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, Homer F. Age: 25; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, John Buchanan; Age: 22; Sailor

SMITH, Lee B.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, Lem; Age: 23; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

SMITH, Martin; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, Robert Hugh; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, Tine M.; Age: 18; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SMITH, Tyler Gordon; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

SPENCER, George Frank; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

STACK, James A.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

STACKER, Clay; Age: 38; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

STACKER, Edwin; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

STACKER, Jerome; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

STAFFORD, Charles Bailey; Age: 28; Sailor

STATON, Charles Norman; Age: 25; Sailor

STEPP, Earnest F.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

STEWART, Charles W.; Age: 35; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

STRATTON, Charles Tucker; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Marine

STULTZ,; James; Age: 21; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

SUGG, Gordon A.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Shiloh, TN

SUGG, Orman Berry; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

SUITER, Clyde; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SUITER, Eddie E.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

SUITER, Leavy; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SUITER, Walter F.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

SULLIVAN, Sylvester R.; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

SWIFT, Reuben Hill; Age: 30; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

TALMAS, Henry; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TANNER, Richard Edwin; Age: 21; Sailor

TERRELL, Garnet; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

TERRELL, Oscar; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

THACKER, Henry; Birth Place: Ringgold, TN

THOMAS, Houston; Age: 21; Sailor

THOMAS, Louis O.; Age: 28; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TOMPKINS, Nigel; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TRAMILL, John S.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TRIBUE, Homer; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Woodford, TN

TRICE, Robert; Age: 33; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TRICE, Thomas H.; Age: 32; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TROTTER, Charlie B.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TROTTER, Joseph R.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN; Wounded

TUCKER, Milford R.; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN

TUCKER, Tandy W.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TURNER, Terry T.; Age: 22; Birth Place: New Providence, TN

TURNLEY, Robert M.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TYLER, John D.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

TYLER, Petney ; Age: 29; Birth Place: Hampton Station, TN

UNDERWOOD, Alvin Elson; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

UNDERWOOD, Carney C.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

UNDERWOOD, Dennis; Age: 21; Birth Place: Louise, TN

UNDERWOOD, Effie; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

UNDERWOOD, James Lee; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

USSERY, Louis; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Lone Oak, TN

VANCE, George; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

VAUGHN, Jesse; Birth Year: 1888; Birth Place: Southside, TN

WADE, Clarence; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WADE, Luther; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

WAINWRIGHT, William; Age: 34; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WALKER, Rufus L.; Age: 25; Birth Place: Hickory Point, TN

WALKER, Thomas E.; Age: 20; Birth Place: Yellow Creek, TN

WALL, Slayden Escue; Birth Year: 1895; Marine

WARFIELD, Eugene L.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WARFIELD, Percy D.; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WARFIELD, Robert Percy; Age: 21; Sailor

WASHINGTON, Malcolm; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Ringgold, TN

WATSON, Dayton D.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

WATSON, Lawrence; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WATTS, Henry Wilton; Age: 22; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WATTS, Tom; Age: 32; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

WEAKLEY, William G. Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

WEAKLEY, Willie; Age: 22; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

WEAVER, James Owen; Age: 28; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

WEBB, Roy; Birth Year: 1884; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN; Officer

WEED, Charlie; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WEYNICK, John Marshall; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WHITE, Bailey D.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WHITFIELD, Ambrose D.; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Ringgold, TN

WHITFIELD, Floyd E.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Hackberry, TN

WHITFIELD, James; Birth Year: 1894; Birth Place: Ringgold, TN

WHITFIELD, Robin; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WICKHAM, Jesse H.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

WICKHAM, Luther W.; Age: 31; Birth Place: Palmyra, TN

WICKHAM, Omer; Age: 22; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

WILCOX, Robert C.; Birth Year: 1891; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN; Officer

WILEE, Clifton O. Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WILEE, Thomas E.; Age: 27;

WILKINS, Herman Bell; Age: 21; Sailor

WILLIAMS, Howard Comer; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Woodford, TN; Officer

WILLIAMS, Humes; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WILLIAMS, James A. Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Corbandale, TN

WILLIAMS, James E.; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WILLIAMS, James R.; Age: 27; Birth Place: Southside, TN

WILLIAMS, John L.; Age: 26; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WILLIAMS, Leon; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WILLIAMS, Norris Andrew; Age: 21; Sailor

WILLIAMS, Vernon Eskew; Age: 21; Sailor

WILLIAMS, William C.; Age: 22; Montgomery County, TN; Wounded

WILSON, Cecil; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WILSON, Cyril Crawford; Birth Year: 1897; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN
WILSON, Lee; Age: 27; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WILSON, William R.; Age: 24; Birth Place: Ringgold, TN

WIMBERLY, Emmett; Birth Year: 1889; Birth Place: Rossview, TN

WIMBERLY, Frank; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WINN, Emmett H.; Birth Year: 1898; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WINN, Hugh O.; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Corbandale, TN

WINN, Thomas B.; Age: 21; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WINN, Willis D.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

WOLFE, Albert G.; Age: 19; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WOOD, Bobsy; Birth Year: 1890; Birth Place: Woodlawn, TN

WOODARD, Dilbert; Age: 19; Sailor

WORKMAN, Albert Hardee; Birth Year: 1884; Birth Place: Southside, TN; Officer

WRIGHT, John E.; Age: 23; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

WYATT, Sterling Alonza; Age: 24; Birth Place: Southside, TN

WYATT, Walter E.; Age: 20; Wounded

YARBOROUGH, Carney; Age: 21; Birth Place: Cunningham, TN

YARBROUGH, Burney; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Corbandale, TN

YARBROUGH, Clarence L. Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Clarksville, TN

YARBROUGH, Herman J.; Birth Year: 1893; Birth Place: Hackberry, TN

YARBROUGH, John; Age: 28; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

YARBROUGH, Verner; Birth Year: 1895; Birth Place: Montgomery County, TN

YARBROUGH, William Grant; Age: 25; Sailor

YATES, Lorton Earl; Birth Year: 1892; Birth Place: Port Royal, TN; Officer

YOUNG, Waldo B.; Birth Year: 1896; Birth Place: Hampton Station, TN


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From: Department of Veterans Affairs

53   Tennessee Confederate Soldiers buried in
Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis


Below are the names of Tennessee soldiers who died while imprisoned at Camp Morton Indianapolis, Indiana, and who were initially buried in Greenlawn a city cemetery on the South side of Indianapolis. Originally, the soldiers were buried in wooden coffins and their graves were marked with either wooden or stone markers. There were estimates of in excess of 1600 burials of confederate soldiers in Greenlawn when it was used by Camp Morton Prison during the period of February 1862 through August of 1865. As the area around Greenlawn became more and more Industrialized, local inhabitants gradually discontinued it's use. Many of the graves of the local inhabitants were moved to Crown Hill Cemetery in the early 1900's, and by 1930 Greenlawn was in a state of disrepair, and was closed entirely, with the remaining graves being transferred to Crown Hill. It is possible that some of the Confederates were moved by their families to be buried near their homes following the war. No consolidated record is now in existence recording such moves. A large stone Marker Monument was erected in 1912 by the U.S Government on the site at Greenlawn. In 1928 it was moved from the Greenlawn site to what is now known as Garfield Park, on the south side of Indianapolis. The monument still stands and includes a Brass Plaque containing the names of those Confederates thought to have been buried at Greenlawn. The Confederate soldiers' remains were transferred from Greenlawn in 1933 in 25 wooden boxes, en mass, to Crown Hill Cemetery and buried there in a mound marked with a six foot stone monument, which was inscribed, "Here lies the remains of 1616 unknown Confederate soldiers and Sailors who died here while Prisoners of war." At Crown Hill Cemetery in October 1993, as the result of an effort initiated by Mr. Stephen Staletovich of Indianapolis, and pursued by many others, the Department of Veterans Affairs erected a larger monument and ten separate stone base markers, with brass plaques listing the names of the Confederate Soldiers thought to have been moved there. The dedicated and time consuming effort to identify and mark the graves and to honor these soldiers is very much appreciated by present day descendants. There are, however, still some questions that each descendant must verify for themselves in reaching a final conclusion as to the location of an ancestor. Research into newspaper accounts of hospital deaths, and the rolls and rosters of the individual regiments, indicates that there are some duplications on the markers, some name errors, and some burials missing. Some listed on the marker are possibly buried in Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery. The below list of Tennesseans includes some corrections which where found but in no sense is it a final and completely accurate accounting.

AIKEN, William; Co. G; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 8/27/1862; Cavalry

AKIN, ANDERSON J.; Co. E; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 8/27/1862; Cavalry

ALLEN, J.W; Co. D; 10th Regt.; Date Died: 11/26/1863; Cavalry

ALLEN, Lewis; Co. C; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 7/7/1862

ALLEN, Robert; Co. W; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 8/22/1862

ANDERSON, ALLEN; Co. D; Date Died: 4/26/1862

ARRANTS, Samuel H. Co. K; 61st Regt.; Date Died: 8/30/1863

ASHWORTH, G.A; Co. K; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 8/5/1862

ATNIP, Richard; Co. C; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 4/26/1862; Artillery

BAKER, I.N.; Co. C; 8th Regt.; Date Died: 8/26/1864; Cavalry

BARDING, James D.; Co. H; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 11/16/1863; Cavalry

BARNES, J.H.; Date Died: 2/26/1864; Gilmer's Battery

BASS, Richard; Co. A; 53rd Regt,; Date Died: 7/19/1862

BAXTER, Holloway; Co. A; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 11/22/1863

BEARD, John B.; Co. F; 60th Regt.; Date Died: 7/9/1863

BEARD, Perry; Co. I; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 4/2/1862

BENSON, James; Co. C; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 2/11/1863

BEVILL, James R.; Co. C; Date Died: 11/19/1863; Forrest's Cavalry

BLACK, A.J.; Co. C; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/12/1862

BLADON, Thomas; Date Died: 3/12/1862; Infantry

BLESSING, Jacob; Co. A; 12th Regt.; Date Died: 3/11/1865

BLEVIN, Alexander; Co. C; 45th Regt.; Date Died: 9/23/1864

BLEVINS, Henry; Co. K; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 6/30/1862

BOWEN, Jame; Co. G; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 5/12/1864

BOWLING, John R.; Co. K; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/18/1862

BRADFORD, A.H.; Co. B; 53rd Regt,; Date Died: 9/6/1864

BRADFORD, Samuel; Co. H; 43rd Regt,; Date Died: 7/19/1863

BRADFORD, William; Co. I; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 9/12/1862

BRAZILLE, Samuel A.; Co. A; 50th Regt.; Date Died: 1/17/1864

BREWER, Sgt. C.C.; Co. H; 46th Regt.; Date Died: 3/11/1865; Nixon's 46th Inf

BRICKER, J.; Co. C; 51st Regt.; Date Died: 2/22/1863

BRINGLE, Christian; Co. H; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/3/1864

BROOKS, J.W.; Co. D; 61st Regt.; Date Died: 7/5/1863

BROWN, M.A.; Co. B; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/24/1862

BROWN, N.L.; Co. B; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 4/10/1862

BROWN, W.S.; Co. B; 59th Regt.; Date Died: 12/20/1864

BULWARK, Henry; Co. F; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 6/19/1863

BURGESS, Edward; Co. A; 8th Regt.; Date Died: 6/21/1864; Cavalry

BURKE, Patrick; Co. G; Date Died: 3/1/1864; William's Battery

BURNETT, J.; Co. J; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 5/20/1862; Forrest's Cavalry

BURNETT, William O.; Co. B; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 7/13/1864

BURTON, Christopher; Co. G; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 6/23/1863

BURTON, Daniel W.; Date Died: 1/24/1865; Forrest's Cavalry

CAMPBELL, J.R.; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/22/1864; Forrest's Cavalry

CAMPBELL, J.R.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 2/2/1864

CAMPBELL, James; Co. C; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 3/3/1862

CAMPBELL, James D.; Co. F; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 5/22/1865; Cavalry

CAMPBELL, John; Co. C; 33rd Regt.; Date Died: 2/17/1865

CAMPBELL, William; Co. C; 33rd Regt.; Date Died: 2/19/1865

CANTWELL, William; Co. G; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 8/23/1864; Cavalry

CARR, John; Co. C; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 2/20/1864

CASHION, Samuel G.; Co. G; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 2/27/1862; 1st Lieutenant

CATES, R.L; Date Died: 7/17/1864; Barry's Battery

CAVENER, Thomas J.; Co. E; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 8/4/1863

CENTER, J.S.W.; Co. I; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 8/30/1863

CENTERS, Morgan; Co. A; 19th Regt.; Date Died: 6/9/1865

CERTAIN, Thomas L.; Co. A; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 7/24/1862; Artillery

CLARK, G.W.; Co. G; 59th Regt.; Date Died: 1/14/1865

CLARK, John; Co. C; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 8/29/1864; Cavalry

Clark, Washington; Co. B; Date Died: 3/6/1864; Hamilton's Cavalry

CLEASE, D.L.; Co. C; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 1/4/1865; Cavalry

CLORK, W.M.; Co. G; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 2/5/1863

COGGINS, Alfred; Co. F; 61st Regt.; Date Died: 6/21/1863

COLEMAN, Thomas B.; Date Died: 6/11/1864; Allison's Legion

COLEMAN, W.A.; Co. B; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/24/1862

COLLINS, William H.; Co. H; 41st Regt; Date Died: 3/1/1862

COOK, Marcus; Co. I; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 7/8/1864; Cavalry

COOK, William A.; Co. A; 19th Regt.; Date Died: 1/26/1865

COUTMAN, W.A.; Co. B; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/24/1862

COVINGTON, W.F.; Co. D; 24th Regt.; Date Died: 1/24/1865

COX, William; Co. C; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 10/16/1864; Cavalry

CRAIG, E.E.; Co. H; 10th Regt.; Date Died: 1/25/1864; Cavalry

CRANLEY, Moses; Co. A; 56th Regt.; Date Died: 2/21/1865

CRAWFORD, John; Date Died: 2/20/1865; Napier's Cavalry

CRAWFORD, Jonathon; Co. E; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 4/10/1864; Captain

CRETSINGER, Jacob R.; Co. G; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 2/1/1865

CRIGHFIELD, John M.; Date Died: 7/13/1864; Richardson's Cavalry

CROSBY, G.J.; Co. B; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 12/20/1863; Artillery

CROSS, J.M.; Co. E; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 2/22/1864

CRUSSELL, Thomas M.; Co. F; 56th Regt.; Date Died: 9/18/1863

CULLINS, A.W.; Co. D; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 3/16/1862

CUNNINGHAM, Wiley H.; Co. K; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 7/11/1863

CURLEY, John H.; Co. E; 15th Regt.; Date Died: 1/31/1865

DAVIS, Amos; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 8/10/1863

DAVIS, C.; Co. L; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 12/18/1863

DAWSON, Muse; Co. E; 52nd Regt.; Date Died: 8/7/1864

DEAN, Joseph; Co. B; Date Died: 9/10/1863; Cooper's Cavalry

DEATHRAGE, Newton; Co. A; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 7/15/1862

DENHAM, D.D.; Co. D; 52nd Regt.; Date Died: 2/10/1864

DENNING, James; Co. C; 52nd Regt.; Date Died: 12/6/1864

DICKERSON, James H.; Co. B; 12th Regt.; Date Died: 8/14/1864; Cavalry

DICKERSON, John H.; Co. K; 61st Regt.; Date Died: 6/15/1863

DICKERSON, William W.; Co. B; 10th Regt.; Date Died: 2/14/1864

DICKEY, James H.; Co. D; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/8/1862

DILLARD, Richard M.; Co. G; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 1/30/1864; Cavalry

DILSHA, Levi J.; Co. E; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 6/15/1862

DOGGETT, John R.; Co. D; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/29/1862

DOGGETT, William H.; Co. H; 59th; Date Died: 9/1/1864

DOTSON, Presley P.; Co. H; 32nd; Date Died: 4/6/1862

DOUGLAS, George F.; Co. E; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 9/16/1864

EDGE, Edward; Co. A; 50th Regt.; Date Died: 2/26/1864

EDWARDS, R.R.; Co. B; 36th Regt.; Date Died: 3/3/1865

ELISON, H.; Co. C; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 7/28/1863

ELISON, R.C.; Co. G; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/8/1862

ELMORE, Daneil; Co. A; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 5/13/1862; Artillery

EMERSON, Joseph H.; Co. D; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/26/1862

ENGLISH, Willis M.; Co. A; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/26/1862

ETTER, Andrew; Co. D; 6th Regt.; Date Died: 4/17/1864; Cavalry

FAIRCHILD, W.A.; Co. A; 6th Regt.; Date Died: 2/4/1864; Cavalry

FARLAGE, James; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 12/19/1863

FARLOW, W.A.; Co. D; Date Died: 1/15/1865; Hawkin's Cavalry

FELTON, John; Co. G; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 2/14/1863

FITZGERALD, G.M.; Co. G; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 1/26/1864; Artillery

FLAMMER, John; Co. B; 31st Regt.; Date Died: 8/1/1865

FLIPPO, Joseph M.; Co. D; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/9/1862

FONDER, William H.; Co. B; 36th Regt.; Date Died: 1/16/1865

FOSTER, J.F.; Date Died: 12/6/1865; Holman's Battery

FOUVELL, S.A.; Co. C; 17th Regt.; Date Died: 10/31/1864

FOWLER, Augustus; Co. H; 41st Regt; Date Died: 10/11/1864

FOWLER, James T.; Co. F; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/15/1863

FRENCH, W.J.; Co. K; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 1/11/1865

GARDNER, John; Co. I; 16th Regt.; Date Died: 7/22/1864

GASSETT, James; Co. F; 56th Regt.; Date Died: 8/11/1864

GATLIN, John; Co. B; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 2/21/1864; Artillery

GEORGE, William A.; Co. D; 41st; Date Died: 1/2/1865

GILL, James H.; Co. D; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 1/6/1865; Artillery

GILL, William E.; Co. D; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 7/15/1862

GILMORE, William T.; Co. D; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 7/15/1863; Artillery

GLASGOW, G.M.; Co. A; 56th Regt.; Date Died: 4/6/1864

GRAHAM, A.; Co. E; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 8/8/1862

GRAY, James M.; Co. E; 7th Regt.; Date Died: 2/15/1865; Cavalry

GREEN, Richard B.; Co. C Regt.; Date Died: 1/16/1864; Cooper's Inf.

GREGG, J.P.; Co. I; 60th Regt.; Date Died: 1/23/1863

GRIFFITH, J.M.; Co. F; 14th Regt.; Date Died: 7/13/1864

GRIGSBY, W.L.; Co. I; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 7/31/1863

GRIMES, W. Jasper; Co. E; 46th Regt.; Date Died: 8/8/1864

GUINN, Alexander; Co. F; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 1/25/1865

GUINN, Coleman; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/5/1862

GURST, A.J.; Co. G; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 5/10/1864; Cavalry

GUTHRIE, J.T.; Co. D; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 6/15/1864; Cavalry

HALE, J.W.; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 1/26/1864; Forrest's Cavalry

HALES, J.W.; Co. G; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 10/30/1863; Cavalry

HALL, Jonathon C.; Co. D; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 5/3/1862

HALLEWAY, J.W.; Co. E; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/24/1862

HALLEY, J.B.; Co. E; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/12/1862

HAM, John; Co. I; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 4/16/1862

HAMLET, R.; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 6/30/1864; Forrest's Cavalry

HANKINS, Thomas C.; Co. I; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 4/4/1862

HANNA, L.A.; Co. A; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 7/25/1864; Cavalry

HARDY, James M.; Co. K; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/15/1862

HARLAND, H.; Co. F; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 7/21/1863

HARRELL, Robert; Co. G; 20th Regt.; Date Died: 2/19/1865; Cavalry

HARRY, H.; Co. A; 63rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/6/1864

HARWELL, Samuel Y.; Co. F; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/4/1862

HAYES, William; Co. F; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 6/15/1862

HEARN, Foster A.; Co. D; 12th Regt.; Date Died: 10/17/1863

HEDRICK, Jonathon B.; Co. F; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 12/23/1864; Cavalry

HENDERSON, Thomas B.; Co. A; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 9/14/1863

HENSLEY, William; Co. D; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 1/2/1862; Artillery Sgt.

HESTER, James W.; Co. C; 8th Regt.; Date Died: 4/20/1862

HEWITT R.A.; Co. I; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 9/10/1862

HICKEY, Henry; Co. I; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 6/10/1862

HIGGINBOTHAM, A.A.; Co. F; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 1/3/1864; Cavalry

HILL, John; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 1/4/1864; Forrest's Cavalry

HILTON, J.M; Co. G; 16th Regt.; Date Died: 1/13/1865

HINES, Thomas A.; Co. A; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 7/25/1862

HIPSHEAR, William; Co. F; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 7/31/1864; Cavalry

HOLLEY, John W.; Co. A; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/4/1862

HOLLOWAY, T.H.; Co. E; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/24/1862

HONEYCUT, W.F.; Co. E; 30th Regt.; Date Died: 3/22/1865

HOPKINS, J.A.; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 11/24/1863; Forrest's Cavalry

HOPPER, A.G.; Co. C; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/4/1862

HORLESS, J.M.; Co. G; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 12/7/1863

HOWARD, Marshall; Co. B; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 6/30/1862; Cavalry

HUDDLESTON, B.D.; Co. K; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/16/1865; Cavalry

HUFFAKER, R.W.; Co. L; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 2/9/1865; Cavalry

HULL, Robert; Co. G; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 8/22/1864; Cavalry

HULSE, William R.; Co. E; 60th Regt.; Date Died: 7/4/1863

HUMMETT J.; Co. B; 31st Regt.; Date Died: 8/1/1863

JOHNSON, J.A.; Co. C; 13th Regt.; Date Died: 6/22/1864; Cavalry

JOHNSON, James M.; Co. C; 13th Regt.; Date Died: 3/11/1862; Cavalry Sgt.

JOHNSON, W.T.; Co. E; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 2/10/1864

JOHNSTON, Joseph W.; Co. D; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/17/1862

JONES, Jesse; 3rd Regt; Date Died: 11/26/1863; Forrest's Cavalry

JONES, Lucins; Co. D; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 7/11/1863; Cavalry

KELLY, Allen K.; Co. D; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 8/21/1862; Cavalry

KELLY, Parker; Co. B; 31st Regt.; Date Died: 8/19/1864

KELTNER, Elisha F.; Co. K; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 8/1/1863

KEY, J.W.; Co. E; 15th Regt.; Date Died: 9/26/1864

KINCAID, James K.; Co. I; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 5/2/1862

KINCAID, Thomas J.; Co. D; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 3/7/1865; Cavalry

KINCAIDE, George W.; Co. D; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 2/26/1865; Cavalry

KING, H.J.; Co. E; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 7/15/1862

KING, James W.; Co. A; Date Died: 7/4/1864; Allison's Cavalry

KING, John W.; Co. H; 60th Regt.; Date Died: 7/13/1863

KING, R.H.; Co. L; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/27/1862

KING, Thomas J.; Co. K; 32nd Regt.

KING, William; Co. L; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 1/20/1865; Cavalry

KYLE, Eli; Co. K; 56th Regt.; Date Died: 7/2/1863

LANCASTER, J.W.; Co. A; 60th Regt.; Date Died: 7/17/1863

LANE, Thomas; Co. G; 17th Regt.; Date Died: 1/30/1865

LANGLEY, Reuben; Co. C; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 12/27/1864

LAUDERDALE, George W.; Co. F; 12th Regt.; Date Died: 8/30/1864; Artillery

LAUDERDALE, J.C.; Co. H; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 12/1/1864

LEE, James; Co. B; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 3/3/1865; Cavalry

LEE, L.J.; Co. K; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 8/3/1862

LEFAN, James; Co. A; Date Died: 3/14/1865; Baxter's Battery

LEWIS, Stephen; Date Died: 3/15/1862; Cavalry

LILES, Joseph; Co. H; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 5/7/1862

LILLARD, Augustus M.; Co. B; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 11/22/1864

LISK, Brannon; Co. I; 60th Regt.; Date Died: 8/10/1863

LITTLE, Daniel; Co. A; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 4/15/1862

LITTLE, Stephen; Co. H; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/22/1862

LODEN, Reuben; Co. E; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/14/1862

LONG, A.; Co. G; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 10/28/1864; Cavalry

LONG, John T.; Co. I; 56th Regt.; Date Died: 7/16/1864

LOVE, Thomas; Co. F; 12th Regt.; Date Died: 1/31/1865; Artillery

LUMPKINS, Lewis; Co. D; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/14/1862

LUTTRELL, Hugh; Co. B; 12th Regt.; Date Died: 2/23/1865; Artillery

LYONS, J.; Co. B; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 7/18/1863

MABE, William; Co. G; 37th Regt.; Date Died: 9/16/1864

MANGAN, Peter; Co.; Date Died: 7/30/1864; Tobin's Battery

MANGRUM, W.S.; Co. B; 30th Regt.; Date Died: 11/5/1863

MANLEY, Hartwell B.; Co. E; 32nd; Regt.; Date Died: 4/12/1862

MARTIN, A.F.; Co. I; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 1/3/1864

MARTIN, J.P.; Co. A; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 1/26/1864

MASON, S.; Co. E; 15th Regt.; Date Died: 5/14/1864

MATTHEWS, Hezekiah; Co. E; 10th Regt.; Date Died: 11/10/1863

MATTHEWS, W.R.; Co. C; 16th Regt.; Date Died: 2/24/1864; Cavalry

MATTHEWS, D.; Co. H; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/5/1862

MAY, William G.; Co. B; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/23/1862

MAYS, Elijah; Co. D; Date Died: 2/14/1865; 1st Lt. Artillery

MCBRIDE, James F.; Co. E; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 4/20/1862; Artillery

MCCANLESS, Marshall; Co. D; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 9/3/1862

MCCANTS, P.J.; Co. E; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 9/13/1862

MCCARTER, Richard; Co. C; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/10/1862

MCCARTY, James; Co. K; 32nd; Regt.; Date Died: 3/18/1862; Cavalry

MCCAWLEY, George A.; Co. D; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 3/17/1862; Artillery

MCCLARY, William M.; Co. B; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 6/21/1862

MCCONNELL, Anderson; Co. E; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/16/1862

MCCONNELL, Arthur G.; Co. B; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 8/10/1862; Cavalry

MCCROOK, W.L.; Date Died: 8/13/1863; Battery

MCDOWELL, W.L.; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 12/1/1863; Cavalry

MCKINNEY, Daniel W.; Co. A; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/26/1862

MCKNIGHT, A.J.; Co. C; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 8/26/1864; Cavalry

MCNABB, Jackson; Co. C; Date Died: 3/22/1862

MCNABB, Jacobs; Co. C; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/22/1862

MCNEECE, J.P.; Co. C; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 4/6/1862

MCNEECE, James; Co. C; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/28/1862

MCAFFEE, John; Co. C; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 4/23/1862; Artillery

MILES, J.N.; Co. B; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 2/17/1865

MILLER J.; Co. B; 79th Regt.; Date Died: 7/7/1863

MILLS J.M.; Co. B; 14th Regt.; Date Died: 3/18/1864; Cavalry

MITCHELL, William D.; Co. D; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 7/24/1862

MIZE, John A.; Co. H; 15th Regt.; Date Died: 10/28/1863; Cavalry

MOORE, James; Co. B; Date Died: 8/27/1864; Wheeler's Cavalry

MOORE, Thomas; Co. Date Died: 11/22/1863; Tobin's Battery

MORELL, J.S.; Co. C; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 3/19/1863

MORRIS, Daniel; Co. A; Date Died: 3/8/1865; Davis' Battery

MORRIS, W.T.; Co. H; 30th Regt.; Date Died: 2/27/1864

MORRISEY, M.; Co. Date Died: 9/1/1864; C.S. Navy

MORRISON, John; Co. Date Died: 2/16/1864; Artillery

MULLICAN, John W.; Co. D; 16th Regt.; Date Died: 5/4/1863

MUNSEY, Harvey; Co. F; 6th Regt.; Date Died: 12/2/1864

MURPHY, Talton; Co. B; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 3/15/1865; Cavalry

MURRAY, L.; Co. B; Date Died: 9/21/1864; Hawkins' Inf.

NAGLE, Pierce; Co. C; 54th Regt.; Date Died: 5/12/1864; SR Inf.

NELSON, William; Co. A; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 6/12/1862; Serg.

NICKLES, James; Co. K; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 7/20/1862

NIX, W.H.; Co. H; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/4/1862

NORRIS, W.T.; Co. E; 62nd Regt.; Date Died: 6/23/1863

NOWLAND, J.W.; Co. I; 56th Regt.; Date Died: 7/9/1863

OBERST, Christian; Co. B; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 2/24/1864; Battery

OLIVER, T.J.; Co. H; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 1/31/1865

OSBORNE, A.A.; Co. E; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 4/13/1862

OWENS, W.E.; Co. A; 15th Regt.; Date Died: 8/17/1864; Cavalry

PAMPLIN, Elijah; Co. D; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/7/1862

PARK, Andrew J.; Co. H; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/26/1862

PARK, Jerome; Co. H; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/6/1862

PARK, Thomas J.L.; Co. H; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/6/1862

PARKER, A.B.; Co. F; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 2/26/1864; Cavalry

PARKS, J.L.; Co. H; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/24/1862

PARTIN, John L.; Co. A; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/29/1862

PATTERSON, B.E.; Co. B; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 2/17/1865; Cavalry

PATTTERSON, B.F.; Co. B; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 2/16/1863

PATTERSON, Jackson; Co. C; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/24/1862

PETTY, Francis M.; Co. I; 11th Regt.; Date Died: 2/7/1863; Cavalry

PETTY, George; Co. A; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 8/13/1862; Artillery

PHELPS, Ephraim; Co. A; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 4/20/1862

PHILLIPS, David B.; Co. C; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/10/1862

PHILPOT, J.A.; Co. F; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/2/1862

POLLOCK, John; Co. C; 18th Regt.; Date Died: 3/13/1865

POOR, James M.; Co. E; 37th Regt.; Date Died: 7/7/1863

PORTER, Andrew; Co. K; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 1/24/1865

PRYTON, H.; Co. D; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 8/26/1862

RAINEY, J.C.; Co. I; 13th Regt.; Date Died: 3/30/1864

RALER, R.V.; Co. G; 19th Regt.; Date Died: 9/26/1865

RANKIN, David; Co. H; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 2/14/1865; Cavalry

RAY, General; Co. G; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 3/30/1862

READ, Noe F.; 6th Regt.; Date Died: 6/15/1863; Lt.

REED, John; Co. A; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 12/14/1863; Cavalry

REED, P.A.; Co. A; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 4/4/1862

RICE, Thomas L.; Co. K; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 8/7/1863

RICHARDS, Eli C.; Co. H; 4th Regt.; Date Died: 3/4/1862

ROBERTS, Nicholas W.; Co. I; 37th Regt.; Date Died: 2/25/1865

ROBINSON, John T.; Co. I; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/15/1862

RODEN, A.C.; Co. I; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/2/1864

ROGERS, Mark; Co. H; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 11/2/1863; Ashby's Cavalry

RUNION, S.O.; Co. B; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 7/21/1862

RUSSELL, Samuel R.; Co. B; 61st Regt.; Date Died: 8/27/1863

RUTH, Marines L.; Co. C; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/16/1862

RUTH, Samuel D.; Co. C; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/21/1862

SCRUGGS, John A.; Co. D; 61st Regt.; Date Died: 8/9/1863

SEABORN, J.B.; Co. A; 62nd Regt.; Date Died: 5/11/1864

SELLERS, Isaac; Co. G; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 5/7/1862

SELLERS, N.M.; Co. B; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 12/28/1863

SAHW, Sgt. R.P.; Co. G; 46th Regt.; Date Died: 10/11/1864

SHELTON, E.H.; Co. B; 20th Regt.; Date Died: 9/3/1864

SHORT, Lewis; Co. I; Date Died: 1/9/1865; Washington's Inf.

SHULTZ, M.V.; Co. I; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/5/1864; Cavalry

SIMMONS, W.T.; Co. E; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 7/27/1864; Cavalry

SIPES, Abraham; Co. A; 11th Regt.; Date Died: 9/14/1863; Cavalry

SISK, Branson; Co. I; 60th Regt.; Date Died: 8/1/1863

SKINNER, A.W.; Co. A; 12th Regt.; Date Died: 1/1/1864; Cavalry

SMITH, Henry; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 3/30/1862; Colm's Battery

SMITH, Henry C.; Co. A; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 4/5/1862; Artillery

SMITH, J.B.; Co. D; 61st Regt.; Date Died: 1/27/1865

SMITH, J.M.; Co. B; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/5/1862

SMITH, M.D.; Co. A; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 3/6/1862; Artillery

SMITH, P.E.; Date Died: 11/29/1863; Conscript

SMITH, Robert J.; Co. F; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/12/1862; 2nd Lt.

SMITH, Samuel; Co. D; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 8/21/1862; Artillery

SPRAY, Wiley L.; Co. D; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 5/5/1862

STATTERY, Thomas; Co. E; 10th Regt.; Date Died: 1/10/1865

STEAKLEY, Pinckney; Co. E; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 5/12/1862; Artillery

STEPHENS, J.; Co. I; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/24/1864

STEPP, John A.; Co. H; 16th Regt.; Date Died: 11/26/1863

STILWELL, William L.; Co. I; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/15/1862

SUMPTER, George; Co. L; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 12/19/1864; Cavalry

SWEARINGEN, James; Co. B; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 12/15/1864

TALLEY, John S.; Co. A; 16th Regt.; Date Died: 11/14/1863

TATE, C.C.; Co. K; 56th Regt.; Date Died: 12/2/1863

TAYLOR, James E.; Co. B; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 4/18/1862; Colm's 1st Inf.

TAYLOR, John; Co. E; 8th Regt.; Date Died: 2/16/1865

THOMAS, B.; Co. I; 33rd Regt.; Date Died: 2/24/1864

THOMPSON, T.S.; Co. B; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 3/29/1862; Artillery

TRAMEL, Joshua C.; Co. B; Date Died: 4/21/1864; Allison's Cavalry

TURNER, J.E.; Co. K; 51st Regt.; Date Died: 6/12/1863

VANPELT, John; Co. B; 2nd Regt.; Date Died: 8/13/1864; Cavalry

VICROY, John; Co. E; Date Died: 2/20/1865; Freeman's Art'ly

WAGNER, J.M.; Co. F; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 2/4/1865; Cavalry

WARD, E.G.; Co. K; 43rd Regt.; Date Died: 11/25/1863

WARD, Thomas; Co. K; 43rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/7/1862

WARDEN, W.R.; Co. A; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/26/1862

WARREN, J.M.; Co. A; Date Died: 8/7/1862; Colm's Battery

WARREN, Thomas; Co. A; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 4/28/1862

WEBB, Jesse; Co. H; 3rd Regt.; Date Died: 8/3/1864

WELDEN, A.J.; Date Died: 3/5/1862; CSA

WELLS, J.J.; Co. B; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/28/1862

WEST, Jeffrey; Co. E; 26th Regt.; Date Died: 7/15/1862

WHITE, D.M.; Co. A; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 2/14/1864; Horse Artillery

WHITLEY, James; Co. C; Date Died: 7/10/1864; Allison's Cavalry

WHITWORTH, Andrew M.; Co. B; 44th Regt.; Date Died: 2/18/1865; Cavalry

WICKS, Alexander A.; Co. D; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 4/20/1862

WICKS, John W.; Co. D; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 3/29/1862

WILLIAMS, A.J.; Co. D; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/24/1862

WILLIAMS, Andrew J.; Co. D; 53rd Regt.; Date Died: 3/26/1862

WILLIAMS, Isam; Co. I; 60th Regt.; Date Died: 12/28/1863

WILSON, G.D.; Co. A; 8th Regt.; Date Died: 7/28/1864

WILSON, S.L.; Co. E; 13th Regt.; Date Died: 12/11/1863

WRIGHT, J.B.; Co. C; 41st Regt.; Date Died: 4/5/1862

WRIGHT, James C.; Co. K; 5th Regt.; Date Died: 7/16/1864; Cavalry Cpl.

YEARDON, J.P.; Co. F; 1st Regt.; Date Died: 3/26/1865; Cavalry

YORK, Harrison F.; Co. H; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 8/26/1862

YOUNG, Jarrett; Co. I; 9th Regt.; Date Died: 1/31/1865; Cavalry

YOUNG, R.P.; Co. C; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 3/1/1862

YOUNG, William P.; Co. A; 32nd Regt.; Date Died: 4/1/1862


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54   Viet Nam War Casualty List


BEAVERSON, Harold A. Jr.
Military Grade: SSGT
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: May 31,1967
Place of Death: S. Vietnam
Date of Birth: October 21,1933
Type of Casualty: Non-hostile; Died-Other

BEERS, Jack Blaine
Military Grade: SFC
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: April 7,1969
Place of Death: S. Vietnam
Date of Birth: September 17,1934
Type of Casualty: Hostile; Killed

BROWN, Ernest Lykurgus Jr.
Military Grade: ICC
Military Service: Navy
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: February 24,1970
Place of Death: S. Vietnam
Date of Birth: October 16,1934
Type of Casualty: Non-hostile; Died-Missing

DARNELL, Michael Edward
Military Grade: PFC
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Woodlawn Tennessee
Date of Death: January 11,1970
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: August 7,1949
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Died-Wounds

FARMER, Joseph Lyle
Military Grade: SGT
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: December 31,1967
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: March 03,1943
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Died-Missing

GALBRAITH, Hugh Campbell
Military Grade: CWO
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: July 24,1966
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: July 23,1932
Type of Casualty: Non-hostile, Died-Other

GERVAIS, Donald Peter
Military Grade: MSGT
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: July 25,1978
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: July 20,1943
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Died-Missing BNR

GIBBS, Jack Ronald
Military Grade: SGT
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: November 29,1970
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: February 19,1948
Type of Casualty: Non-hostile, Died-Other

GOLD, Fred Edward
Military Grade: CPL
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: Sept. 22, 1969
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: July 23,1948
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Killed

HARRIS, William Thomas
Military Grade: SP4
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: March 5,1969
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: February 2,1946
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Killed

JENKINS, Robert Donald
Military Grade: PFC
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: March 22,1967
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: December 16,1944
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Died-Missing

LONG, James David
Military Grade: SSGT
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: September 30,1965
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: August 16,1931
Type of Casualty: Non-hostile, Died-Other

MARTIN, Irvin Eugene
Military Grade: CPL
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: January 24,1969
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: October 19,1949
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Killed

MEEK, Donald Howard
Military Grade: SP5
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: September 16,1965
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: January 11,1929
Type of Casualty: Non-hostile, Died-Other

MERRIWEATHER, Gene Operie
Military Grade: PFC
Military Service: Marines
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: March 3,1969
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: October 21,1947
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Killed

RICHARDSON Derek Nicholas
Military Grade: WO
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: April 20,1970
Place of Death: Cambodia
Date of Birth: November 7,1946
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Died-Missing

SENSING John Leslie
Military Grade: CAPT
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: April 30,1970
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: August 23,1947
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Killed

SHOEMAKER Robert Dale
Military Grade: CPL
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: February 12,1969
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: June 14,1948
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Killed

STOVALL Alvin Ramsey Jr.
Military Grade: SP5
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: October 19,1969
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: March 8,1950
Type of Casualty: Non-hostile, Died-Other

TAYLOR Walter Minor
Military Grade: PFC
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: April 17,1969
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: July 23,1948
Type of Casuality: Hostile, Died-Wounds

VADEN Woodrow Wilson
Military Grade: MAJ
Military Service: Air Force
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: December 10,1964
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: September 13,1916
Type of Casualty: Non-hostile, Died-Missing.

WARD George Robert Jr
Military Grade: LCPL
Military Service: Marines
Home of Records: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: March 14,1969
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: August 6,1949
Type of casualty: Hostile, Killed

WOODS Lawrence
Military Grade: SSGT
Military Service: Army
Home of Record: Clarksville Tennessee
Date of Death: October 24,1964
Place of Death: S.Vietnam
Date of Birth: March 18,1925
Type of Casualty: Hostile, Died-Missing BNR

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55   Korean War Casualty List


ALBRIGHT Elzia R. PFC Army Montgomery Tennessee September 21,1950 Killed in action

ALTUM James E. PVT Army Montgomery Tennessee July 25,1950 Killed in action

BLACK Norman S. CPL Army Montgomery Tennessee April 22,1951 Killed in action

CHERRY Walter W. SGT Army Montgomery Tennessee September 4,1950 Killed in action

CLARDY Eugene E. PVT Army Montgomery Tennessee November 27,1950 Died while missing

CUMMINGS Kennie PVT Army Montgomery Tennessee July 16,1950 Killed in action

DENNIS Vivan SFC Army Montgomery Tennessee November 26,1950 Died while captured

FAGG Cecil W. SFC Army Montgomery Tennessee October 21,1950 Killed in action

FOSTER Robert J PVT Army Montgomery Tennessee December 15,1950 Died while missing

FRAZIER Joe P. PVT Army Montgomery Tennessee May 29,1951 Killed in action

GERRISH Richard E. 1 LT Army Montgomery Tennessee April 10,1951 Killed in action

GRISARD Thomas E. MSGT Army Montgomery Tennessee April 25,1951 Killed in action

GUPTON Willard H. PVT Army Montgomery Tennessee November 28,1950 Died while captured

LOVING William N. PFC Army Montgomery Tennessee February 13,1951 Died while captured

MANNING Arthur E. MSGT Army Montgomery Tennessee December 1,1950 Died while captured

NICHOLSON Donald G. PFC Army Montgomery Tennessee November 27,1950 Died while missing

PIERCE James R. JR. 1 LT Army Montgomery Tennessee June 16,1952 Killed in action

PULLEY Thomas M. PFC Army Montgomery Tennessee September 27,1950 Killed in action

RAMEY Lloyd C. PVT Army Montgomery Tennessee March 9,1951 Died of wounds

RESSOR Arthur E. SGT Army Montgomery Tennessee August 16,1950 Killed in action

SISK Joe C. PVT Army Montgomery Tennessee August 15,1950 Killed in action

SULLIVAN John L. PFC Army Montgomery Tennessee November 29,1950 Died of wounds

TURNER James L. SFC Army Montgomery Tennessee May 28,1951 Died of wounds


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56   War Casualties from World War II for
Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard
Dead (combat)


COPELAND, Jesse Lee; Fireman 1c, USN; Father: Bertie Lee Copeland, Clarksville.

DULIN, Frank Benson; Seaman 1c, USNR; Mother: Myrtle Gray Meyer, Clarksville.

DURHAM, Charles Maurice; Seaman 2c, USNR; Mother: Iva W. Durham, Southside.

ECHOLS, Charles Louie Jr.; Electrician's Mate 3c, USN; Father: Charles Louie Echols Sr., Marion.

EDWARDS, Thomas Hartman; Watender 3c, USNR; Wife: Grace Hogan Edwards, Clarksville.

GRANT, Reuben Neblett; Seaman 1c, USN; Wife: Lois Virginia Grant, Clarksville.

GREEN, Charles Edgar; Steward's Mate 2c, USN; Mother: Lillian Bell Green, Clarksville.

HARRIS, Thelmar D.; Pvt., USMC; Wife: Mrs. Thelmar D. Harris, Clarksville.

MANN, William Irvin; Lieutentant, USNR; Mother: Anna Mai Mann. Clarksville.

POWERS, Minor R.; Pvt., USMCR; Mother: Laura G. Powers, Clarksville.

ROGERS, Billy Hartwell; Seaman 2c, USNR; Wife: Kate Elizabeth Rogers, Cunningham.

UNDERWOOD, Lawrence Edward; Seaman 1c, USNR; Parents: Mr. and Mrs. William Sherman Underwood, Clarksville.

WALL, Clarence Edwin; PFC. USMCR; Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Wall, Clarksville.


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From: Montgomery County Records

57   1840 PENSIONERS


Benjamin P. Persons; Age: 58; head of house: Benjamin P. Persons

Lucinda Pool; Age: 75; head of house: John Pool

John Vick; Age: 84; head of house: John Vick

James Fentress; Age: 77; head of house; James Fentress & G.S.E. Smith

Henry Frazier; Age: 81; head of house; J. Grant

Joseph Ligon; Age: 85; head of house; Joseph Ligon

Thomas Hackney; Age: 88; head of house; G.W. Hackney

James Bowers; Age: 84; head of house; James Bowers


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From: Progressive Democrat

58   EYESIGHT LOST


July 22,1891---Squire Martin Bryan of Montgomery County, ex-confederate soldier, lost his eyesight during the war. He received $25 monthly pension from the State.

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From: The Watchman

59   TENNESSEE MILITIA


August 3,1821--Whereas, a contest has risen between John Steele, Jr. and Benjamin E. Orgain of the 24th Regiment of Militia of this state, Montgomery County, for Captain of Cavalry attached to the 6th Brigade, and exceptions taken thereto by said Orgain, alleging irregularity and informality in an election held in the town of Palmyra, for Captain aforesaid-la pursana of an act of assembly in that case made and provided, the following officers are hereby ordered to convene, in the town of Clarksville on Wednesday the 15th day of August next, equipt as the law directs; then and there to decide said election, or decree thereon, as the law directs:
Major James L. Bell, President
N.H. Allen, Esq., Special Judge Advocate
William Allen, Provost Marshal
Members
Major William S. West
Captain Samuel H. D. Ryburn and subalterns
Captain John James and subalterns
Captain John L. Cheatham and subalterns
Lieutenant John Shelby
Cornet Stephen Neblett
George West, Colonel
Commandant 6th Regiment Cavalry, T.M.

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From: Town Gazette & Farmers Register

60   MONTGOMERY COUNTY MILITIA


September 12,1849---William J. Lynes, Lt. Col., 50 R.t.M., appoints his regimental staff:
Peter H. Cole, Surgeon
James B. Bowlin, Surgeon's Mate
Peter N. Marr, Adjutant
Charles Bailey, Quartermaster
Samuel Rogers, Quartermaster Sergeant
William S. White, Sergeant Major

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From: Daily Leaf Chronicle

61   DRAFT NOTICE


June 11,1918---Men who go on next call will leave Camp Gordon, Georgia during the five day period beginning June 24:

James Cullom Black, Cunningham
Irvin Thomas Castleberry, Cunningham
Earnest Darnell, Corbandale
Claude Duncan Davis, Cunningham
Porter Evans, Corbandale
Allen Crouch Harvey, Cunningham
Stetson Harvey, Louise
Clarence James Hunt, Palmyra
Clyde Karnes, Hackberry
Irvin Jackson Martin, Cunningham
Herschel Freeman Matthews, Cunningham
Vernon Neblett Rose, Palmyra
William Henry Rye, Palmyra
Charlie Satterfield, Palmyra
Wilee Edward Shepherd, Corbandale
A. Gordon Sugg, Palmyra
Leavy Suiter, Sailor's Rest
Alvin Eldon Underwood, Cunningham

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

62   SMITH BROTHERS


January 4,1946---T/Sgt. Charles Warren Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Smith, Palmyra, has re-enlisted in the Army for three years. His brother, A.M. 3/C Wallace H. Smith has been in service two years. Another, Cpl. Edwin W. Smith, Quartermaster Corps., 8th Air Corps, has been overseas 26 months in England.

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From: The notebook of Collier Goodlett, Sr.

63   FORBES BIVOUAC #21


J.H. Achey ,Port Royal. Registered September 30, 1899. Enlisted April 25, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born October 1, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Discharged August, 1863. Died 1914.

Houston Adams, Woodlawn. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted 1861; Pvt., Company G, 49th Tennessee. Born March 14, 1836. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; captured February 16, 1862, released September, 1862, paroled May 1, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died January 16, 1916.

John Adams, Clarksville. Registered April 25, 1889. Enlisted April 15, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 1st Kentucky. Born December, 1838 County Cork, Ireland. Occupation: Commission Merchant. Captured July, 1864, released June, 1865. Rank at close of war: 2nd Lieut. Transferred.

R.E. Adams, Hampton Station. Registered April 12, 1888. Enlisted September, 1861; Pvt. Born January 8, 1841 Logan County, Kentucky. Occupation: Merchant. Wounded once; paroled May, 1861. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died November 9, 1900.

Joseph Alhman, St. Bethlehem. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted July, 1861; Pvt., 2nd Kentucky Infantry. Born June 18, 1830 France. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured February 15, 1862, released July 17, 1862, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

J.B. Allen, Guthrie. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company F, Regiment 8?, Kentucky Cavalry. Born December 2, 1842 Davidson County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; paroled May 9, 1865.

J.F. Allensworth, Hensleytown, Kentucky. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born July 2, 1843 Montgomery county. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; paroled May 9, 1865.

A.M. Anderson, Ringgold. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted April 14, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born June 20, 1835 Green County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Captured April 2, 1865, released June, 1865, paroled June, 1865.

Frank O. Anderson, Ringgold. Registered June 28, 1888. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born June 11, 1841 Green County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded three times. Died April 28, 1928. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.M. Anderson, Clarksville. Registered March 30, 1901. Enlisted October 1, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 1st Kentucky. Born September 15, 1833 Green County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded at Chicamauga; captured near Columbia October, 1864, released May 11, 1865, paroled May 11, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

L.C. Atkins, Port Royal. Registered June 27, 1889. Enlisted August, 1862; Pvt., 3rd Kentucky. Born March 15, 1845 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured July 19, 1863, released March, 1865, paroled April, 1865.

Q.C. Atkinson, Clarksville. Registered October 4, 1888. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born April 1, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Discharged December 24, 186_. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died January 6, 1894. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

H. Baggett, Cunningham. Registered June 28, 1894. Enlisted April 1, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Born December 17, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled April 10, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died December 7, 1896.

C.D. Bailey, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted August 19, 1862; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born April 6, 1836 Montgomery County. Occupation: County Court Clerk. Paroled May, 1865. Died July 2, 1912. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

C.H. Bailey, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted August 19, 1862; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born June 11, 1845 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Furniture Dealer. Wounded twice; released June 25, 1865, paroled June 25, 1865. Died December 3, 1903. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Z.T. Bailey, Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 14th Tennessee Infantry. Born January 25, 1844 Montgomery County. Wounded twice; captured January, 1864, released May, 1865. Served in Woodard's Command, 2nd Cavalry. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

B.W. Balentine, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April 11, 1862; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born February 8, 1840 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Wounded three times; paroled July, 1865. Buried in Riverview Cemetery.

J.H. Balthrop, Henrietta. Registered August 18, 1888. Enlisted January, 1862; Pvt., Company C, 49th Tennessee. Born August 18, 1841 Robertson County. Occupation: Merchant. Wounded once; paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: 3rd Sgt. Died January 27, 1929. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

E.W. Barker, Peacher's Mill. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted 1862; Pvt., Company F, 2nd Kentucky Cavalry. Born September 6, 1833 Todd County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Captured February, 1863, released April 1863, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died September, 1905.

Isaac N. Belote, Clarksville. Registered August 18, 1888. Enlisted May 23, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born October 10, 1839 Fayette County. Occupation: Plasterer. Wounded three times; discharged September 26, ____. Buried Riverview Cemetery.

J.E. Best, Clarksville. Registered December 30, 1890. Enlisted May 1861; Pvt., Company H, 1st Arkansas. Born March 10, 1832 Harrison County, Indiana. Occupation: Blacksmith. Wounded twice at Franklin; captured at Franklin, released May 16, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

R.B. Biggers, Grantville. Registered March 28, 1889. Enlisted April, 1861; Corporal, 42nd Tennessee. Born April 7, 1839 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured February 16, 1862, released September, 1862, paroled April, 1865.

A. Black, Orgain's Crossroads. Registered September 27, 1888. Enlisted 1861; Pvt., Company A, 50th Tennessee. Born January 6, 1833 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1897.

W.J. Black, Orgain's Crossroads. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted 1861; Pvt., Company A, 50th Tennessee. Born 1843, Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured February, 1862, released September, 1862, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

G.W. Booth, St. Bethlehem. Registered September 30, 1899. Enlisted May 16, 1861; Pvt., Company C, 3rd Missouri. Born July 30, 1836 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded three times - Lookout Mountain, West Point and Pea Ridge; captured October, 1864 at West Point, Missouri, released June 26, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt.

Joe W. Bourne, St. Bethlehem. Registered April 27, 1901. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born 1843 Robertson County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded at Farmington; captured at Farmington, 1862 and Ft. Donelson, 1863, released September 5, 1863, reinstated September 5, 1862 as Captain at Farmington, released from prison June 5, 1865. Died June, 1911. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

L.W. Bourne, Clarksville. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted November 29, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born August 4, 1834 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled May, 1865. Died April 1, 1891. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

B.T. Bowers, Colmanville (Robertson County). Registered March 27, 1890. Enlisted April 2, 1861; Corporal, Company G, 14th Tennessee. Born July 2, 1836 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; captured April 1, 1865, released June 20, 1865. Rank at close of war: Ordinance Sgt.

Butler Boyd, Clarksville. Registered March 28, 1889. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., 21st Tennessee. Born February 15, 1844 Trigg County, Kentucky. Occupation: Druggist. Wounded twice; captured July, 1852, released November, 1962, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1913.

J.D. Bradshaw, St. Bethlehem. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born September 4, 1833 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Died November, 1895. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Edward S. Bringhurst, Clarksville. Registered April, 1897. Enlisted April 26, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born June 10, 1842 Montgomery County. Occupation: Artist. Captured July, 1863 at Gettysburg, released February, 1865, paroled May 9, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died March, 19924. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

W.R. Bringhurst, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted August 19, 1862; Pvt., Company A, 2nd Kentucky, Woodard's Cavalry. Born November 4, 1844 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Hotel keeper. Wounded once; captured February 4, 1862, released City Point, Virginia, 1862, exchanged May 4, paroled May 1, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Garrett M. Brochman, Glen Ellen. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted August, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 3rd Kentucky Infantry. Born November 5, 1842 Todd County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled at close of war.

W.F. Broome, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April 14, 1861; Pvt., Company D, 14th Tennessee. Born June 8?, 1837 Stewart County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured at Manasses and Gettysburg, paroled March 4, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

Jerry Brown, Grantsville, Tennessee. Registered October 3, 1888. Enlisted October, 1861; Corporal, Company F, 49th Tennessee. Born April 25, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded three times; captured November, 186_, paroled May 15, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died October 18, 1900.

W.H. Bryant, Ardee. Registered September 24, 1891. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 14th Tennessee. Born April 24, 1839 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer and Merchant. Wounded twice - Richmond and Gettysburg; captured July 4, 1864, released May 16, 1865. Rank at close of war: Corporal.

George M. Buck, Clarksville. Registered March 25, 1899. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born August 23, 1831 Louisa County, Virginia. Wounded three times; captured February 16, 1862, September 5, 1862, December, 1864; released May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt. Died January, 1912. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

William Francis Buckner, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted June 10, 1861; 2nd Sgt., Nordard's Squad. Born June 15, 1843 Christian County, Kentucky. Occupation: Tobacco Inspector. Paroled June 21, 1865. Rank at close of war: 2nd Lieut. Died August 8, 1913. Buried in W.H. Elliott Family Burying Ground.

E.G. Buford, Clarksville. Registered March 29, 1894. Enlisted September 23, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 3rd Tennessee Infantry. Born December 10, 1842 Giles County. Occupation: Merchant. Wounded once at Ft. Donelson; discharged November 6, 1862. Transferred to Nashville, buried in Nashville.

S.A. Bunnell, Erin. Registered December 29, 1892. Enlisted June 2, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 50th Tennessee. Born February 2, 1844. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded three times - Franklin and Ft. Donelson. Served afterward in Company I, given unconditional furlough.

G.N. Byers, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted August 23, 1861; Pvt., Rockbridge Artillary, Capt. McLarry. Born July 24, 1834 Jefferson County, West Virginia. Occupation: Insurance Agent. Paroled April 1, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt. Maj. Died January 12, 1904. Buried in Greenwood.

James Carney, Clarksville. Registered September 27, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company D, 10th Tennessee. Born May 1, 1833 Ireland. Wounded three times; captured February, 1862, released September, 1862, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Disabled at Soldier's Home.

A.L. Cherry, New Providence. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 14th Tenessee. Born January 10, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; paroled. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

J.R. Chilton, Clarksville. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born March 27, 1843 Montgomery County. Occupation: Carpenter. Wounded twice; captured April 2, 1865, released May, 1865.

L.B. Chilton, Woodlawn. Registered June 30, 1900. Enlisted May 9, 1865; Asst. Surgeon. Born April 15, 1839. Died 1910. Buried in Liberty Cemetery.

Lewis R. Clark, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted February 12, 1862; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born September 26, 1831 Henrico County, Virginia. Occupation: Tobacco Broker. Wounded once; captured February 16, 1862, paroled April 26, 1865. Rank at close of war: Captain. Died November, 1921. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

M.H. Clark, Clarksville. Registered April 12, 1888. Enlisted August, 1863; Pvt., Company I, 3rd Virginia. Born September 4, 1830 Henrico, Virginia. Occupation: Tobacconist. Rank at close of war: Captain. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

W.E. Clifton, Grantville. Registered September 6, 1889. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born September 14, 1833 Montgomery County. Wounded twice; captured once, paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt. Died April, 1890.

L.J. Coffman, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted July 12, 1861; Pvt., Regiment University Volunteers. Born April 15, 1836 Rockingham County, Virginia. Occupation: Teacher. Paroled April 9, 1865, transferred to Virginia. Rank at close of war: 1st Sgt.

W.M. Collier, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born February 18, 1840 Tallahatchie, Mississippi. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; paroled June, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died March 4, 19__. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

W.R. Comperry, Sango. Registered August 23, 1888. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born August 4, 1843 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured April 2, 1865, released June 15, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

E.N. Cooksey, New Providence. Registered June 28, 1888. Enlisted October, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born December 26, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled March, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.D. Councill, Henrietta. Registered September 6, 1889. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 42nd Tennessee. Born December 6, 1835 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured once, released September, 1862, paroled April 1, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt. Died July, 1897.

J.B. Cross, Cumberland City. Registered December 27, 1888. Enlisted May 1, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Born September 12, 1835 Montgomery County. Occupation: Carpenter. Wounded twice; paroled May 10, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

James H. Crotzer, Grantville. Registered April 25, 1889. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born January, 1836 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded four times; captured July 3, 1863 at Petersburg, released June 13, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

J.J. Crusman, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted April 11, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born July 3, 1837, Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Grocer. Wounded twice; captured June 11, 1864; escaped from prison July 25, 1864. Rank at close of war: Captain. Paroled July 15, 1865.

C.S. Daniel, Clarksville. Enlisted August, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 2nd Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Captured 1863, released 1865, discharged 1865, joined 5th Division. Died January, 1923. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

W.M. Daniel, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born February 4, 1838 Henderson County, Tennessee. Occupation: Lawyer. Paroled April 9, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died September, 1921. Buried in Greenwood.

Robert Daugrity, registered July 3, 1910. Pvt. Born in Montgomery County.

Alex Davidson, Clarksville. Registered April 12, 1888. Enlisted September, 1964; Pvt., Company C, 13th Kentucky. Born March 23, 1843 Cheatham County. Occupation: Attorney. Paroled June 13, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt. Died 1912. Buried in Riverview Cemetery.

H.B. Davis, Clarksville. Registered June 25, 1891. Enlisted April 11, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 3rd Tennessee. Born April 39, 1843 Maury County. Occupation: Merchant. Escaped from Ft. Donelson and joined 1st Pennsylvania until close of war. Paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

W.M. Davis, Sailor's Rest. Registered August 23, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Born May 4, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; captured April, 1865, released June, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died March 28, 1895.

W.H. Dawson, Southside. Enlisted September, 1865; Pvt., Company C, 13th Kentucky Cavalry. Born September, 1842. Occupation: Farmer. Captured January, 1864, released 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

John McCauley Dickson, Southside. Registered August 18, 1888. Enlisted December, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 49th Tennessee. Born September 5, 1842 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured May 16, 1865, released May, 1865. Died July 28, 1915. Buried in Southside Cemetery.

Frank M. Duffy, Guthrie. Registered September 27, 1888. Enlisted October, 1861; Captain, 30th Tennessee. Born August 8, 1830 Sumner County. Occupation: Real Estate Agent. Paroled May 25, 1861. Rank at close of war: Captain.

James H. Dyer, Seg. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted September 13, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 49th Tennessee. Born November 21, 1835 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured at Fort Donelson, released September, 1862, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

T.J. East, Hickory Point. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted August, 1861; Pvt., Company C, 32nd Tennessee. Born October 11, 1843 Maury County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured February, 1862, released, 1862, paroled May 16, 1865. Rank at close of war: Color Bearer. Died January, 1890.

Ross Evans, New Providence. Registered October, 1887. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 49th Tennessee. Born April 3, 1838 Montgomery County. Occupation Farmer. Wounded twice; captured February, 1862, released August, 1862. Rank at close of war: 2nd Lieut. Died March 26, 1908. Buried in Liberty Cemetery.

J.E. Everett, Cheap Hill. Registered September 24, 1891. Enlisted September 16, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 49th Tennessee. Born January 30, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice - Ft. Donelson and Franklin; captured at Donelson, released June 14, 1865. Rank at close of war: 1st Lieut.

N.E. Fambrough, Clarksville. Registered June 30, 1900. Enlisted August 25, 1862 and November, 1862; Pvt., Company E, 18th Tennessee; Born October 1, 1843 Cheatham County. Occupation: Watchman. Wounded at Bentonville, North Carolina; captured at Bentonville, 1865, released June 7, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died January, 1918. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

John W. Faxon, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; 3rd Sgt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born May 24, 1840, Erie County, New York. Occupation: Bank cashier. Wounded once; paroled May 3, ___; transferred to Chattanooga. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

S.J. Ferguson, Registered April 27, 1901. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Born July 30, 1840 Montgomery County. Discharged 1861. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

W.H. Frey, Sango. Registered November 4, 1889. Enlisted October, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born October 14, 1842 Robertson County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured 1863, released April, 1865. Died June 8, 1902.

C.A. Gardner, Clarksville. Registered September 27, 1906. Enlisted December, 1863; Pvt., Company D, 2nd Tennessee Cavalry. Born September 6, 1847 Sumner County. Occupation: Tobacconist. Paroled May 5, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died June 25, 1908. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

William Henry Green, Born November 7, 1840. Enlisted at the beginning of the war; Sgt., Gen. Heath's staff, Company A, 14th Tennessee. Discharged April 10, 1865. Surrendered at Appomatox.

J.J. Garrott, New Providence. Registered June 28, 1888. Enlisted August, 1862; Pvt., Company F, 7th Kentucky. Born December 30, 1833 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded four times; paroled May 3, 1865. Rank at close of war: 1st Lieut.

C.H. Gill, Clarksville. Registered November 25, 1899. Enlisted October 1, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born May 30, 1838 Robertson County. Occupation: Teamster. Captured 1862 at Ft. Donelson, released September 16, 1862, paroled May, 1865.

R.J. Goostree, Clarksville. Registered October 3, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born March 4, 1833 Sumner County. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled April 12, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt. Died July, 1894. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

F.P. Gracey, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted June 30, 1861. 2nd Lt., Company F, 3rd Kentucky Infantry, Cobbs Battery. Born June 30, 1834, Caldwell County, Kentucky. Occupation: Transportation. Wounded twice; paroled May 14, 1865. Rank at close of war: Captain. Died April 27, 1895. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

James Z. Grant, Seg. Registered June 28, 1888. Enlisted December, 1862; Corporal, Company F, 49th Tennessee. Born October 26, 1843 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded three times; paroled June 15, 1865. Rank at close of war: Corporal.

H.W. Greenhill, New Providence. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted September, 1861; Pvt., Hornsby Cavalry. Born July 23, 1839 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled May 9, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died October 12, 1921. Buried in Liberty Cemetery.

J.A. Gunn, Clarksville. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 1st Kentucky. Born April 18, 1838 Robertson County. Occupation: Tobacconist. Discharged May, 1863. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died October, 1914.

E.J. Gupton, Henrietta. Registered November 4, 1889. Enlisted October 24, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 42nd Tennessee. Born October 16, 1842 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured twice, released June, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

David Halliburton, Clarksville. Registered December 27, 1888. Enlisted November, 1861; 14th Tennessee. Born July 6, 1843 Montgomery County. Occupation Farmer. Wounded once; paroled April 13, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1913. Buried in Sango Cemetery.

Turner Halliburton, Clarksville. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted September 1, 1861; Pvt., Company C., 11th Tennessee. Born October 3, 1841 Dickson County, Tennessee. Occupation: Laborer. Captured at Franklin, released at close of war. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died January 26, 1898. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

A.J. Hambrick, Corbandale. Registered September 28, 1893. Enlisted October 7, 1962; Pvt., Company E, 49th Tennessee. Born September 5, 1837 Dickson County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured at Franklin, released 1865. Died November 14, 1909.

F.M. Hamlett, Clarksville. Registered October 3, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Law's Texas Rangers. Born May 7, 1827 Robertson County. Occupation: Mechanic. Captured June, 1863, released September, 1863, paroled May 20, 1865. Rank at close of war: 2nd Corporal.

Aquilla Harris, Peacher's Mill. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted February 6, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born April 15, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured October 1, 1864, released May 5, 1865, paroled May 5, 1865. Died January, 1909.

J.M. Harris, Peacher's Mill. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted January, 1864; Pvt., Company A, Woodard's Cavalry. Born September 26, 1846 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer and merchant. Paroled May 18, ____. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died December 22, 1899.

M.M. Harris, St. Bethlehem. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted September, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born March 4, 1839 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled April, 1865.

B.A. Haskins, St. Bethlehem. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born October 23, 1842 Todd County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Captured July 3, 1863, released March 22, 1865, paroled April 15, 1865. Rank at close of war: 1st Lieut. Buried in Riverview Cemetery.

G. Hattaman, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted July, 1862; Pvt., 2nd Kentucky Cavalry. Born May 15, 1831, Jackson County, Tennessee. Paroled May 23, 1865. Died March 17, 1898.

E.D. Heathman, Pleasant View. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 49th Tennessee. Born February 4, 1848 Cheatham County (Cheatham County was not formed in until1856). Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured February, 1862 and November, 1864, released August, 1862 and March, 1865, paroled April, 1865.

Patrick Henry, Clarksville. Registered March 27, 1890. Enlisted January 1, 1863; Pvt., Company D, Corps Cadets V.M.I. Born August 31, 1846 Montgomery County. Paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt. Major. Died November 24, 1908. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

A.A. Herring, Clarksville. Registered February 27, 1897. Enlisted May 27, 1861; Corporal, Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born January 25, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Fisherman. Wounded once at Fredericksburg.; captured at Petersburg, 1865, released June, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1814. Buried in Riverview Cemetery.

B.W. Herring, Clarksville. Registered June, 1896. Enlisted May, 1861; 2nd Lieut., Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born May 28, 1833 Montgomery County. Occupation: Turnkey. Captured September, 1863, released February, 1865, paroled May 9, 1865. Died December, 1900.

E.B. Hewell, Bryantsville. Registered June 19, 1897. Enlisted June 5, 1861; Pvt., Company L, 14th Tennessee. Born May 6, 1842 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice - Harper's Ferry and Fredericksburg; captured July, 1863 at Gettysburg, released May, 1865. Rank at close of war: 3rd Corporal. Died April 23, 1900.

George W. Holloway, Hampton's Station. Registered August 18, 1888. Enlisted August, 1862; Pvt. Company C, 3rd Kentucky Cavalry. Born December, 1842 Woodford County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Released March, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died December, 1902. Buried Greenwood Cemetery.

J.O.R. Hooper, Woodford. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted November 12, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 49th Tennessee. Born January 23, 1839 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Buried in Sango Cemetery.

C.D. Horn, Cumberland City. Registered April 27, 1901. Enlisted March, 1861; Company G, 14th Tennessee. Born March 16, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded eight times; captured at Manasses 1862, released April 10, 1862, paroled 1865. Rank at close of war: 1st. Lieut.

J.G. Hoskins, Clarksville. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born May 10, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured at Fort Donelson November 29, 1862, released ___, discharged November 29, 1863. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died September, 1896. Buried in Riverview Cemetery.

Issac Peterson Howard, Clarksville. Registered July 3, 1910. Enlisted April, 1861. Born April 9, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Discharged 1861. Died November, 1923. Buried in Howard Cemetery.

T.M. Hughes, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted July 2, 1865; Pvt., Cobb's Legion, Troop Artillary. Born July 1, 1840 Abbeville County, South Carolina. Occupation: Night Watchman, L&N Railroad. Wounded twice; paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died October 10, 1914. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

John Hurst, Clarksville. Registered June 19, 1897. Enlisted April 24, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born March 29, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Merchant. Wounded twice - Seven Pines and Wilderness; captured at Falling Water, 1863, released March, 1864, paroled April 9, 1865. Rank at close of war: 2nd Sgt. Died December 22, 1929. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

H.A. Jackson, Clarksville. Registered December 11, 1889. Enlisted April 9, 1861; Non-Com Staff, Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born November 19, 1833 Louisa County, Virginia. Occupation: Farmer. Captured March, 1865, paroled May, 1865. Suspended December, 1892. Died December, 1915. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

R. Jackson, Clarksville. Registered April 29, 1899. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born April 7, 1838 Louisa County, Virginia. Occupation: Plasterer. Wounded twice - Petersburg and Chancellorsville, captured November, 1864, escaped, paroled April 12, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt.

James T. Jenkins "Bud", New Providence. Registered December 31, 1891. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born August 16, 1835. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded - Wilderness and Seven P___, paroled April 9, 1865. Rank at close of war: Ordinence Sgt. Buried in Christian County, Kentucky.

James F. Johnson, Clarksville. Registered August 23, 1888. Enlisted April 9, 1861; Corporal, Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born July 23, 1832 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured May 16, 1865, released May, 1865. Died August 8, 1897.

John B. Johnson, Clarksville. Registered August 23, 1888. Enlisted November, 1861; Sgt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born May 29, 1829 Wilson County. Occupation: Clerk. Captured February, 1862, released September, 1862, paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Clerk. Died October, 1893.

M.C. Johnson, Palmyra. Registered July 31, 1915. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born September 1, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured at Brownsville, Mississippi, released two days later, discharged February, 1863. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

Polk G. Johnson, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted November 29, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born November 2, 1844, Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Clerk and Master. Wounded once - Atlanta; Captured at Fort Donelson, Paroled April 9, 1865. Rank at close of war: Lieutenant. Released from prison September 2, 1862. Died in New York July 28, 1889. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

R.Y. Johnson, Hampton Station. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted December 12, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 49th Tennessee. Born January 24, 1837 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; captured February 15, 18__, released September 16, 1862. Paroled May 1, 1865. Died September 13, 1908

T.S. Johnson, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born January 21, 1842 Robertson County, Tennessee. Occupation: Doctor. Wounded three times; captured April 10, 1865, released from prison April 11, 1865, paroled April 11, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died March 7, 1917. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.B. Kelly, Grantville. Registered September 24, 1891. Enlisted September 5, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 42nd Tennessee. Born June 9, 1842 Robertson County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once at Franklin; captured at Donelson, released May 20, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

James L. Kennedy, St. Bethlehem. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April 14, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born August 4, 1842 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Captured July 3, 1863, released March 1, 1865, paroled March 2, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

Jonathan Largeant, Henrietta. Registered November 4, 1889. Enlisted May 13, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 14th Tennessee. Born July 29, 1839 Stewart County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured July, 1863, released, 1865. Rank at close of war: Lieut.

J.B. Leigh, New Providence. Registered May 21, 1891. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 49th Tennessee. Born October 15, 1843 Montgomery County. Wounded once at Franklin; captured February 1862 at Ft. Donelson, released September, 1862, paroled March, 1865. Rank at close of war: Lieut. Died 1908.

N.L. Levell, Clarksdale, Mississippi. Registered August 23, 1888. Enlisted April, 1862; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born August, 1842 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; captured April 1862 & May 6, 1864, released April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

T.W. Lewis, Sailor's Rest. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th tennessee. Born September 10, 1840 Stewart County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled May 9, 1865. Rank at close of war: Major. Died June 27, 1915.

J.L. Lockert, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted October 1861; Pvt., Compant B, 19th Kentucky. Born August 3, 1833 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Merchant. Paroled May 6, 1865, transferred to Waxahatchie, Texas August 10, ___. Rank at close of war: 1st Sgt.

J.W. Lockert, Guthrie. Registered April 12, 1888. Enlisted August, 1861; Captain, Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born June 11, 1828 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; paroled July, 1865. Rank at close of war: Lt. Colonel.

Dan Longnecker, Clarksville. Registered May 29, 1897. Enlisted June, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 3rd Kentucky Infantry. Born February 6, 1835 Mason County, Kentucky. Occupation: Painter. Wounded once at Paducah; paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Ord. Sgt. Transferred to Texas.

N.O. Lovelace, St. Bethlehem. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted April 15, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 4th Tennessee. Born July 8, 1843 Lauderdale County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded three times; paroled May 6, 1865. Died February 13, 1910. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

John S. Lowe, Pleasant Mound. Registered April 12, 1888. Enlisted August, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 42nd Tennessee. Born August 3, 1844 Montgomery County. Occupation: Teacher. Paroled June, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died February 28, 1909. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.H. Luckett, Clarksville. Registered May 26, 1900. Enlisted February, 1862; Pvt., Company __, 1st Kentucky Cavalry and 3rd Kentucky Cavalry. Born July 19, 1834 Jefferson County, Kentucky. Captured at Morgan's Raid in Ohio, released March, 1865, paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Transferred to Texas.

T.D. Luckett, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted September, 1862; Pvt., Company C, Kentucky Cavalry. Born November 4, 1843 Jefferson County, Kentucky. Occupation: Tobacco Dealer. Captured July, 1863, released February, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died May, 1913. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

H.H. Lurton, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted December 6, 1861; Sgt. Major, Company D, 5th Tennessee. Born 1844, Kentucky. Occupation: Lawyer. Captured July 19, 1862, released February 15, 1865. Died July, 1914. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Henry T. Lyle, Clarksville. Born May 4, 1843. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled May 5, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died June 14, 1921. Buried in Antioch Church Cemetery.

Dempsey S. Major, Clarksville. Registered December 31, 1891. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Comapny K, 49th Tennessee. Born January 8, 1841. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once at Franklin; captured three times, paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1910.

A.W. Manson, Clarksville. Registered September 26, 1895. Enlisted September, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born February, 1855? Occupation: Merchant. Wounded once at Franklin; captured at Ft. Donelson and Macon, released September 18, 1862, paroled 1865. Rank at close of war: Lieut. Died July, 1816. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

E.P. Manson, New Providence. Registered May 29, 1897. Enlisted April 6, 1861; Pvt., Company L, 14th Tennessee. Born December 10, 1839 Montgomery County. Occupation: farmer. Captured in July at Gettysburg, released 1865, paroled April 9, 1865. Buried in Liberty Cemetery.

W.M. Marr, Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April 14, 1861; Lieut., Company D, 10th Tennessee. Born April 27, 1832 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Indurance. Wounded once; captured February 16, 1862, released September, 1862, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Captain. Buried in Riverview Cemetery.

Drury Marshall, Clarksville. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born 1839 Montgomery County. Paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died January, 1915. Buried in Riverview Cemetery.

Sam Martin, Palmyra. Registered August 28, 1915. Enlisted January 18, 1863; Pvt., Company D, 6th Kentucky. Born July 29, 1846 Sumner County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured 1862?, discharged February, 1863. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

E.M. Massie, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted March, 1862; Pvt., Charlottesville Artillary. Born December 17, 1842 Augusta, Virginia. Occupation: Teacher. Wounded twice. Died July__,____.

A.B. Maxey, Clarksville. Registered March 29, 1894. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee Infantry. Born February 28, 1838 Robertson County. Occupation: machinist. Wounded once - Dobbie Depot, 1864; captured at Dobbie Depot May, 1864, released May 1865. Rank at close of war: Lieut. Detailed from the 14th to work on vessels, then joined Morgan and r____ded to Camp Chase until end of war. Died April, 1918. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Tom McCabee, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted April 14, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 10th Tennessee. Born September 3, 1820 Galway County, Ireland. Wounded twice; captured February 16, 1862, released September 16, 1862, paroled May, 1965. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died March 11, 1904. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

W.H. McCauley, Glen Ellen. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Sgt., Company C, 11th Tennessee. Born October 13, 1837 Montgomery County. Occupation: Merchant. Wounded five times; captured December 31, 1862, released May, 1863, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Captain.

Barney McCormac, New Providence. Registered September 25, 1890. Enlisted 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born 1830 Buckingham County, Virginia. Occupation: farmer. Captured February, 1862 and 1864, released July 1862, paroled June, 1865. Rank at close of war: 2nd Sgt. Died August 2, 1899.

R.E. McCullock, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted April 11, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee Infantry. Born September 7, 1837, Haywood County, Tennessee. Occupation: Bookkeeper. Captured April 2, 1865, paroled. Rank at close of war: 1st Lieut. Died December, 1924. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Thomas McManus, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born December 25, 1840 on the Atlantic ocean. Occupation: Butcher. Wounded once; captured April 2, 1865, paroled July, 1865. Died February 25, 1899. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J. McMeriwether, Peacher's Mill. Registered February 27, 1897. Enlisted July, 1863; Pvt., Company A, Forrest's. Born August 15, 1846 Todd County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once in Arkansas; captured November 15, 1864, released November 15, 1864, discharged May 9, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1900.

C. Mehigan, Clarksville. Registered June 28, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born May, 1843 Kerry County, Ireland. Occupation: Merchant. Wounded three times. Died April 4, 1925. Buried in Riverview Cemetery.

John Mellon, Clarksville. Registered August 18, 1888. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born April 19, 1839 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured February, 1862, released September, 1862, paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

Robert Mellon, Pleasant Mound. Registered September 24, 1891. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born March 19, 1835 Montgomery County. Captured at Ft. Donelson, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1895.

D. Meriweather, Peacher's Mill. Registered August 23, 1888. Enlisted September 15, 1861; Pvt., Company C, 7th Kentucky. Born August 25, 1842 Carroll County, Mississippi. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; paroled, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died December 28, 1899.

Rich D. Mills, Clarksville. Registered April 12, 1888. Enlisted November 1, 1862; Pvt., Company A, 50th Tennessee. Born September 11, 1845 Montgomery County. Occupation: Famer. Wounded three times; Paroled April 26, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

A. Mixon, Shiloh. Registered September 6, 1889. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Born May 13, 1836 Montgomery. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured April, 1865, released July 1, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

G.B. Moody, Port Royal. Registered September 6, 1889. Enlisted April, 1861; Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born August 25, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; captured twice, released June 29, 1865.

J.D. Moore, Clarksville.Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted September 1861; Pvt., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born January 30, 1842, Dickson County, Tennessee. Occupation: Druggist. Captured February 14, 1862, released from prison September 1862, Paroled May 1, 1865. Rank at close of war: H.S. Died February 2, 1900. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.H. Moore, Southside. Registered March 27, 1890. Enlisted May 20, 1861; Pvt., Company I, 7th Tennessee. Born December 18, 1849 Wilson County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured February, 1864, released 1865, paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

J.M. Morris, Holmansville (Robertson County). Registered December 30, 1890. Enlisted November 6, 1861; Pvt., Company C, 49th Tennessee. Born March 25, 1844 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once at Ft. Donelson (did not heal until 1866); released July, 1862. Rank at close of war: 2nd Sgt.

J.E. Mosely, Clarksville. Registered July 4, 1891. Enlisted May 15, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 49th Tennessee. Born August 4, 1843 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice - Franklin and Peach Tree Creek, captured December 10, 1864 at Nashville, paroled July 15, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.H. Moss, Jordan Springs. Registered April 24, 1900. Enlisted Fall of 1861; Pvt., Company A, 2nd Kentucky Cavalry. Born October 12, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Discharged Spring of 1865.

T.J. Munford, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted May 15, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born May 12, 1830 Wilson County, Tennessee. Captured December 23, 1864, released June 14, 1865, paroled June 14, 1865. Rank at close of war: Adj. Died 1915. Buried in Greenwood.

H.C. Murphy, Pleasant View. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted August, 1862; Pvt., Company E, 18th Tennessee. Born August 3, 1844 Robertson County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded four times; captured February, 1862, released June, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

J.H. Neblett, Clarksville. Registered August 23, 1888. Enlisted April, 1862; Pvt., Company E, 54th Mississippi. Born August, 1844 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured November 23, 1863; released April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died February 16, 1897.

Jones D. Neblett, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born July 23, 1839, Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; paroled July 186_. Died May 7, 1906. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Green B. Nicholson, Grantville. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 49th Tennessee. Born June 15, 1837 Cheatham County (Cheatham County was not formed in until 1856). Occupation: Farmer. Captured at Nashville, 1864, released March, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died February, 1902.

E.M. Nolen, Carmel. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted October 24, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 42nd Tennessee. Born December 9, 1840 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled December 7, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

Wesley Orgain, Orgain's Crossroads. Registered September 25, 1890. Enlisted September 12, 1862; Pvt., Company A, Woodard's Cavalry. Born April 19, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured December, 1863, exchanged March, 1865, paroled 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Pvt. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.L. Owen, Clarksville. Registered March 27, 1890. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company C, 11th Tennessee. Born December 7, 1842 Dickson County. Occupation: Railroader. Wounded once at Missioary Ridge; captured 1863, released 1865, paroled 1865 but never exchanged until close of war. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

Beverly Page, Clarksville. Registered June 26, 1890. Enlisted August, 1863; Pvt., Company A, 8th Kentucky Cavalry. Born August 1, 1848 Logan County, Kentucky. Captured March 28, 1865, paroled 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

G.M. Pardue, Sadlersville. Registered April 12, 1888. Enlisted October, 1861; 2nd lieut., Company G, 42nd Tennessee. Born July 19, 1839 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Rank at close of war: Captain.

William H. Patton, Clarksville. Registered June, 1896. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 17th Mississippi. Born January, 1836 Wayne County. Occupation: House Painter. Captured at Gettysburg, released March, 1865, paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Lieut.

A.W. Payne, St. Bethlehem. Registered June 19, 1897. Enlisted April, 1861; 4th Sgt., Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born October 31, 1835 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice - Wilderness and Gainsville; paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: 2nd Sgt. Died July 4, 1901.

Austin Peay, Clarksville. Registered October 4, 1888. Enlisted April 9, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 1st Kentucky Cavalry. Born February 29, 1844 Christian County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled May 23, 1865. Died February 17, 1898.

R.E. Perryman, Clarksville. Registered April, 1897. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born August 5, 1839 Charlotte County, Virginia. Captured May, 1865 at Lewisburg, West Virginia, discharged May 12, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died May 31, 1899. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.W. Pollard, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted June, 1864; Company B, 15th Kentucky. Born June 18, 1845 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Captured December 30, 1864, paroled May 1, 1865. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

W.H. Pollard, Clarksville. Registered September 6, 1889. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 49th Tennessee. Born June 15, 1831 Halifax County, North Carolina. Occupation: Farmer. Captured February 1, 1862 and March, 1863, paroled May 18, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

R.M. Powers, Orgain's Crossroads. Registered June 30, 1892. Enlisted December, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 49th Tennessee. Born April 20, 1842. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded four times; captured twice, released May, 1865. Rank at close of war: 1st Sgt.

S.B. Powers, Tennessee. Enlisted May 17, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Discharged July, 1862. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Buried in the family burying ground.

Polk Prince, Guthrie. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted July 1861; Pvt., Company K, 1st Kentucky Infantry. Born January 15, 1845 Logan County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; captured April 6, 1863, paroled May, 1865. Died February 13, 1913. Buried in Highland Cemetery, Guthrie.

W.A. Quarles, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 42nd Tennessee. Born July 4, 1825 Louisa, Virginia. Occupation: Lawyer. Wounded three times; discharged July, 1865. Rank at close of war: Brig. Gen. Died December 29, 1893. Buried in Flat Lick Cemetery, Kentucky.

J.K. Ramey, Louise. Registered July 4, 1891. Enlisted April, 1861; 2nd Lieut., Comapny A, 50th Tennessee. Born August 19, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded at Peach Tree Creek; captured February, 1863 at Ft. Donelson, paroled May 9, 1865. Rank at close of war: Acting Captain. Died November 5, 1892. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

James M. Rawling, Clarksville. Registered September 24, 1891. Enlisted November, 1863; Pvt., Rock Bridge Battery, 1st virginia Artillary. Born December 19, 1846 Louisa County, Virginia. Occupation: Minister and teacher. Paroled 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Transferred.

Henry J. Ring, Clarksville. Registered July 29, 1889. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born March 3, 1834 Montgomery County. Occupation: Clerk. Wounded once; paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

John G. Rogers, Pleasant Mound. Registered June 25, 1891. Enlisted May 10, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 11th Tennessee. Born October 28, 1839 Dickson County. Occupation: Doctor. Wounded twice - Atlanta and Missionary Ridge, paroled May 15, 1865.

E.B. Ross, Rossview. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted July, 1861. Born March 5, 1840 Todd County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled March, 1865. Rank at close of war: Captain. Died 1911. Buried in White's Chapel Cemetery (District 6).

A.B. Rye, Clarksville. Registered March 27, 1909. Enlisted May 1, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 14th Tennessee Infantry. Born November 30, 1834 Dickson County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; paroled May 5, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died May, 1919. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

William Gabe Russell, Shiloh. Registered April 26, 1899. Enlisted May 17, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Born October 13, 1842 Hickman County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured April, 1862, released 1864, paroled April 12, 1865. Rank at close of war: Captain.

J.L. Schmittou, Woods Valley. Registered March 31, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company C., 11th Tennessee. Born January 11, 1840 Dickson County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; paroled April 28, 1865. Rank at close of war: Sgt.

John H. Schrodt, Clarksville. Registered March 26, 1896. Enlisted November, 1861; Lieut., Aker's Heavy Artillary. Born January 1, 1841 Dickson County. Occupation: Carpenter. Paroled May, 1865. Detached from artillary and served with the Army of Tennessee. Rank at close of war: Superintendent of Labor. Died May 22, 1910. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Zachary Franklin Shearon, Henrietta. Registered December 30, 1890. Enlisted October 24, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 42nd Tennessee. Born March 14, 1839 Robertson County. Wounded twice - Jackson, Mississippi and Atlanta; captured at Ft. Donelson February 16, 1862, released September 22, 1862, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

W.A. Shelby, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Born January 12, 1829 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Coal Oil Inspector. Wounded three times - Sheperdstone, Va.; Manasses, Va.; Falling Water. Captured July 14, 1863, released June, ___. Rank at close of war: 1st Lieut. Died December 8, 1894.

John D. Slayden, Clarksville. Registered December 30, 1890. Enlisted 1861; Pvt., Company C, 11th Tennessee. Born June 16, 1843 Dickson County. Occupation: Doctor. Wounded once at Marietta, Georgia, captured December, 1864 at Franklin, escaped, paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: 1st Sgt. Died March, 1922. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

G.M. Smith, Henrietta. Registered September 24, 1891. Enlisted August 22, 1862; Pvt., Company B, 10th Kentucky Cavalry. Born July 7, 1845 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured July 6, ___ at Chesshire, Ohio, released June 14, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died October 4, 1893.

George M. Smith, Jordan Springs. Registered May 27, 1897. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company L, 14th Tennessee Infantry. Born February 29, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Discharged June 15, 1862. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

H.T. Smith, Southside. Registered August 18, 1888. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company C, 11th Tennessee. Born June 14, 1847 Dickson County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; captured November 30, 1864, released May 10, 1865, paroled June, 1865. Rank at close of war: Corporal.

McFerrin Smith, Jordan Springs. Enlisted May 18, 1861; Pvt., Company L, 14th Tennessee. Born August 4, 1840 Montgomery County. Died August 20, 1914. Buried at his home near Asbury Church.

R.H. Smith, Seg. Registered September 6, 1889. Enlisted May, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 14th Tennessee. Born January 5, 1837 Todd County, Kentucky. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled April 30, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1913. Buried Central Chapel.

Samuel R. Smith, Grantville. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted December, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 49th Tennessee. Born August 6, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured February 16, 1862, discharged February 19, 1863. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

T.H. Smith, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted November 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born August 22, 1831, Louisa County, Virginia. Occupation: Merchant. Wounded once - November 30, 1864; paroled June 14, 1865. Rank at close of war: Captain. Died June, 1893. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.E. Solomon, Clarksville. Registered August 23, 1888. Enlisted May 23, 1861; Pvt., Company H, 14th Tennessee. Born February, 1840 Todd County, Kentucky. Occupation: Harness Maker. Captured July, 1863, released March 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died September, 1909. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Clay Stacker, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted January 1, 1863; Pvt., Company A, 2nd Kentucky. Born January 11, 1847 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Paroled May, 1865, served with V.M.I. Cadets one year before joining 2nd Kentucky. Died September 13, 1908. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.G. Streetman, Clarksville. Registered February 26, 1910. Enlisted 1861; Pvt., Company G, 56th Georgia. Born September 22, 1842. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; paroled 1865.

M.M. Swift, Clarksville. Registered June 28, 1888. Enlisted May, ___; Pvt., Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born March 23, 1835 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled April 10, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died February 16, 1902. Buried Highway 12 near home.

J.H. Tabor, Registered April 27, 1901. Enlisted January 4, 1862; Pvt., John C. Breckenridge Escort. Born November 21, 1840 Wayne County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded at the first Salt River; captured at Racine, Ohio July 9, 1893, released February 26, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1926. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

R.B. Tarpley, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted October 17, 1861; Pvt., Company G, Nelson's Artillary. Born March 21, 1838, Wilson County, Tennessee. Occupation: Painter. Captured April 7, 1862, released from prison September 23, 1862, paroled April 20, 1865. Rank at close of war 1st Sgt. Died November 5, 1888. Buried in Greenwood.

W.D. Taylor, Clarksville. Enlisted May, 1861. Born April 19, 1835 Missouri. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded four times. Rank at close of war: Captain. Died 1912.

J.C. Thacker, Clarksville. Enlisted September, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 49th Tennessee. Born October 8, 1846 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured 1864, released March, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

J.E. Thompson, Orgain's Crossroads. Registered September 27, 1894. Enlisted 1861; Pvt., Company A, 9th Tennessee Infantry. Born June 20, 1839 Haywood County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded three times - Shiloh, Atlanta, Palmetto. Discharged May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died 1917.

Otis Dunlap Thompson, Clarksville. Enlisted April, 1864; Pvt., Company F, 14th Virginia. Born June 26, 1847 Mecklenburg County, Virginia. Captured April 1, 1865, released January 21, 1865.

S.S.E. Townsend, Clarksville. Registered December 30, 1890. Enlisted June 15, 1861; Lieut., Company E, 22nd Battalion, Virginia. Born September, 29, 1846 Mendenburg County, Virginia. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice - Chancellorsville and Mannassas, captured November, 1863, surrendered with Lee at Appomattox. Rank at close of war: Major. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

A.M. Trawick, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted October 4, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 16th Arkansas. Born October 8, 1844, Carroll County, Kentucky. Occupation: Doctor, suspended 1891. Captured June 9, 1863, released from prison June 12, 1865, paroled June 12, 1865. Rank at close of war: 2nd Lieut. Transferred to Nashville, died May, 1911. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.W. Trotter, Southside. Registered March 28, 1895. Enlisted September, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 50th Tennessee Infantry. Born March, 1842 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice - Jackson, Mississippi and Atlanta?; captured at Hood's Raid, Nashville, released March, 1865, paroled April, 1865. Rank at close of war: Corporal.

Charles W. Tyler, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted July 10, 1861; 3rd Lieut., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born July 11, 1840 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Lawyer. Wounded once; paroled May 6, 1865. Rank at close of war: Captain. Died May, 1920. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

W.S. Tyson, Dotsonville. Registered June, 1898. Enlisted April 1, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Born September 3, 1839 Montgomery County. Occupation: Planter. Paroled April 13, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died December 21, 1906.

William Walker, Carmel. Registered April 27, 1901. Enlisted April 1, 1861; Pvt., Company G, 42nd Tennessee. Born July 14, 1831 Williamson County, Illinois. Occupation: Farmer. Captured at Ft. Donelson, 1862, paroled 186_. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died February, 1911. Buried at Carmel.

C. Wall, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company B, 14th Tennessee. Born May 15, 1838 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Captured July, 1862, released August, 1862, paroled April, 1865.

James Walsh, Clarksville. Registered April 12, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 6th Louisiana. Born March, 1841 Ireland. Occupation: Policeman. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died June 3, 1902. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

T.W. Walthal, St. Bethlehem. Registered April 28, 1900. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born October 12, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded in North Carolins; captured May, 1863, released May, 1863, paroled April 2, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died October 5, 1925. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

George W. Warfield, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted July, 1861; 4th Sgt., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born December 21, 1843 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured February, 1862, December 1864, released September 17, 1865. Rank at close of war: Ord. Sgt. Died April, 1914. Buried in Greenwood.

James Wells, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted November 29, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born July 14, 1843 Virginia. Occupation: Tinsmith. Wounded once; captured February 16, 1862, released September 17, 186_. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died September 21, 1907. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.S. West, Cumberland City. Registered October 4, 1888. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company C, 2nd Kentucky Cavalry. Born January 14, 1845 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Paroled May 23, 1865.

M.W. West, Ringgold. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted June, 1861; Pvt., Company A, Woodard's Cavalry. Born December 17, 1847 Christian County, Kentucky. Occupation: Constable. Wounded three times; paroled May 25, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died January 27, 1907. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

S.E. Wilcox, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted June 10, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born September 29, 1842 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Wounded three times; paroled April 15, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Buried in Riverview Cemetery.

G.L. Williams, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted September 1862; Pvt., 2nd Kentucky Cavalry. Born October 15, 1834 Greenville, North Carolina. Occupation: Clerk. Captured July, 1863, released February, 1863. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died January 3, 1928. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.B. Williams, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted May 16, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born August 25, 1841 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded twice; paroled April, 1861. Died March 5, 1900. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

J.H. Willoughby, St. Bethlehem. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April 1, 1861; Pvt., Company E, 50th Tennessee. Born November 3, 1839 Spotsylvania, Virginia. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded seven times; captured February 16, 1862, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died February 20, 1891. Buried in White's Chapel Cemetery, District 16.

J.N. Williams, Registered December 31, 1891. Enlisted April 17, 1861; Pvt., Company A, 14th Tennessee. Born May 18, 1839 Montgomery County. Captured at Gettysburg, released November, 1863, discharged August, 1864; lost one arm, served in ____ capacity until end of war.

A.R. Wilson, Hickory Point. Registered August 23, 1888. Enlisted 1861; Pvt., Company G, 42nd Tennessee. Born July 2, 1840 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; released May 5, 1865.

R.A. Wilson, New Providence. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted November, 1861; 2nd Lieut., Company A, 49th Tennessee. Born May 9, 1843 Montgomery County, Tennessee. Occupation: Farmer. Captured February 12, 1862, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Captain. Died November, 1916.

R.M. Winn, Clarksville. Registered September 26, 1889. Enlisted May 14, 1861; Pvt., Company K, 14th Tennessee. Born 1842. Occupation: Farmer. Captured April, 1865, released June, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died September, 1924. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Jonathan Woodmore, Clarksville. Registered September 4, 1891. Enlisted November, 1861; Pvt., Company F, 50th Tennessee. Born April 3, 1843 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once at Chicamauga, lost left arm; captured February, 1862 at Ft. Donelson, released September, 1862, paroled May 18, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

Thomas S. Woodson, Clarksville. Enlisted June, 1862; Pvt., Company G, 3rd Kentucky Cavalry. Born April 24, 1844 Montgomery County. Occupation: Tobacconist. Captured July, 1863, released April, 1865, discharged June 10, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt. Died September, 1915.

Daniel F. Wright, Clarksville. Registered February 25, 1888. Enlisted April, 1861; Surgeon. Born January 14, 1816 Norfolk, England. Occupation: Doctor. Died September 17, 1895. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.

H.A. Yates, Adam's Station. Registered March 28, 1889. Enlisted August, 1862; Pvt., Company G, 3rd Kentucky. Born January, 1845 Montgomery County. Occupation: Farmer. Wounded once; captured July 23, 1863, released March 2, 1865, paroled May, 1865. Rank at close of war: Pvt.

W.F. Young, Clarksville. Registered January 30, 1888. Enlisted December 3, 1861; Capt., Company G, 49th Tennessee. Born March 26, ___, Edmondson County, Kentucky. Occupation: Auctioneer. Wounded once; captured February 16, 1862, released from prison September 17, 1862, paroled May 17, 1865. Rank at close of war: Colonel. Died January 12, 1899. Buried at Mt. Pleasant.


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From: "Ordeal by Fire" A History of the 14th TN Vol. Infantry Regiment, CSA

64   THE 14th TENNESSEE ROSTER


Company A
Allen, Jesse F.
Allen, Henry N. (middle initial also listed as A.)
Allensworth, J.
Anderson, Minor
Anderson, Frank O. (Sergeant)
Anderson, Thomas J.
Armistead, Henry A.
Armstead, Richard J.
Armstead, Robert B.
Barnes, Francis M.
Barnes, Thomas H.
Billopp, Thomas F.
Black, J. B.
Boun, Phillip C.
Bradshaw, John D.
Brisco, John A.
Brown, Allen
Brown, Josiah H.
Burgess, George E.
Burmingham, John
Campbell, George
Campbell, Lawrey L.
Carr, Anderson
Cartwright, Robert W. (Lt.)
Clifton, James C. (Musician)
Clutter, Thomas H.
Cook, James O.
Crasman, Franklin P.
Cryer, Samuel C.
Daniel, William M.
Davidson, Benjamin F.
Davidson, Sion W.
Day, John B.
Donoho, Charles S. (Corporal)
Dorris, David M.
Drane, Hugh M.
Drane, James M.
Duke, Robert D.
Enderson, Jacob
Evans, Robert J.
Farrar, L. Gus
Farrar, W. H.
Farris, Daniel (David)
Faxon, John (Sergeant)
Fields, James C.
Fields, John P.
Fleming, J. M.
Garrigues, Henry H.
Gavin, Francis M.
Glenn, Wade M.
Glover, Edward
Glover, William J.
Goostree, Robert J. (Sergeant)
Gossit, Robert
Green, William H. (Sergeant)
Grimes, George A.
Grimstead, William T.
Hartman, Theodore
Haskins, Benjamin A. (1st Sergeant/2nd Lt.)
Hatcher, J. E.
Hatton, James M.
House, Lemuel F.
Howell, Thomas
Jenkins, James T. (Corp/Ord. Sgt.)
Johnson, Thomas D.
Jones, Andrew J. (Corporal)
Jones, R. P. (Lt.)
Kelly, Christopher F.
Kimble, Junius (Corporal/Orderly Sgt.)
Klepper, Henry
Klepper, Richard
Leach, Reuben
Lester, William
Lewis, John
Lynes, George C.
Magaran, Charles F.
Markley, Michael J.
Massie, John J. (3rd Corporal/Pvt.)
Maxey, Abner B.
McClure, Robert W.
McDaniel, Charles E.
Mehigan, Cornelius
Miers, James A.
Minor, Charles
Mitchell, Pleasant M. (Sergeant)
Mockbee, Albert D.
Neblett, Robert C.
Neblett, Walter S.
Newell, Albert
Nichols, William H.
Nicolds, John T.
O'Brian, Edwin
Painter, George M.
Painter, James H.
Perryman, Robert E. (Musician)
Pettus, John H.
Poston, John H. (2nd Lt.)
Postwright, G. H.
Raines, Reuba, P.
Rasor, George
Rogers, John G.
Scates, Clarence (also Co. K)
Shackleford, Robert A.
Shelton, Calloway
Sheppard, John M.
Strother, J. Thomas
Sullivan, David
Tarplin, John
Tompkins, Gus A.
Thompson, William W. (Lt./Captain)
Waggoner, Jasper A. (2nd Lt.)
Ware, Nathan M.
Warren, James
Waters, Pembrook S. (1st Lt.)
Watts, William W. (Corporal)
Weatherford, Caesar (Sergeant) (also Co. H)
Whitfield, Robert C.
Wilcox, C. B. (Sergeant)
Wilcox, Samuel E.
Williams, John N.
Williams, Joseph B.
Williamson, Thomas H.
Willson, Joseph
Wilson, Joseph H.
Wisdom, Joseph T.
Company B
Allen, James
Arnal, John
Averett, Howell H. (Captain)
Baggett, Hezekiah C.
Baker, James F.
Baugh, Samuel V.
Billortem, D. (1st Lt.)
Bishop, Henry, H.
Blake, Woodson
Boling, Thomas
Boone, Etheldred D.
Brame, James (Corporal)
Breames, George (Corporal)
Broom, James M.
Broom, William F.
Buchanan, John P. (Corporal)
Buchanan, William C. (Sergeant)
Burditt, J. W.
Burks, John (also Co. G)
Burnett, L.M.
Childs, Hamlin W. (Corporal)
Collins, Josephus
Cross, John B. (Sergeant)
Davis, John
Davis, John D.
Davis, William
Dean, Ichabod
Denniston, Patrick H.
Dics, John G. (Dix)
Dunbar, Thomas B.
Dunbar, Thomas G.
Dunbar, William Barlow
Fletcher, Joseph T (3rd Sergeant)
Frazier, William H.
Furgerson, Samuel
Gholson, John A.
Gibbs, Thomas
Hagler, Benjamin, F.
Hamlett, James D.
Hamlett, John A.
Hicks, James L. (1st Sergeant)
Hicks, William F. D. (Sr. 2nd Lt.)
Horn, George (1st Lt.)
Horn, George W.
Horn, James
Humphreys, Daniel
Jennings, John
Jenings, William J. (Jr. 2nd Lt./3rd Lt.)
Keese, Robert J.
Lee, Charles
Lewis, Jessy
Lewis, Thomas W. (2nd Lt.)
Liard, James S.
Lyle, Thomas H. (Sergeant)
Martin, D.B. (1st Lt.)
Martin, William J.
McDonald, John
McDonald, Robert H.
McFall, Samuel J.
McGan, Charles H.
Melrose, Henry
Mickle, James B.
Mixon, Allen A.
Mockbee, Robert T. (Sergeant)
Myers, Henry
Myers, Lindsey O.
Nesbitt, James L.
Nolen, Robert T.
Pannels, J.I.
Parchman, John T.
Powers, Samuel B. (Sergeant)
Quinn, James
Riley, William H. (5th Sergeant)
Robinson, Jacob N.
Roland, Edward
Rushing, George W.
Russell, William G. (Captain)
Scarce, Robert
Seals, Joshua
Shelby, Ike H. (Sergeant)
Shelby, William A. (2nd Lt.)
Silph, A.P.
Sinks, Powell
Span, Pleasant A.
Steele, Edward H.
Steele, Richard L. (Corporal)
Stewart, Richard T.
Sugg, Lemuel B.
Sugg, Quintus
Tinsley, Burell W.
Trotter, Sylvanius
Tucker, Robert
Tucker, Robert
Tyson, James N. (Corporal)
Tyson, William
Waddle, S.W.
Wall, Cincinnatus
Wall, John B.
Wall, Nathanial
Williams, John
Williams, John B.
Williams, James Bailey (Lt.)
Williams, Lewis
Williams, Thomas
Williams, William
Workman, William
Wynn, Edward A.
Young, E. Porter
Company C
Anderson, Benjamin F.
Anderson, Charles R.
Baldwin, Thomas C.
Balt, W. P.
Barnes, Andrew J.
Batts, William J.
Bell, Francis M.
Benson, W. C. (Sergeant)
Benton, C. C.
Benton, Thomas H.
Blackburn, Cullen D. (Sergeant)
Bloodworth, John J.
Booth, J. Dallas
Bowen, Mike
Braden, George W.
Brewer, Gustavus A. (Corporal)
Buckhannon, J.
Burnes, Robert R.
Campbell, John
Cannon, Charles D.
Carr, John N.
Christ, A.W.
Clinard, Thomas
Connell, Thomas O. (Sergeant)
Crafford, Thomas C.
Cronk, Henry C. (Sergeant)
Dale, A.C. - Lt.
Dale, George H. (Corporal/Sergeant)
Dale, James M. (Captain)
Donovan, William (1st Lt.)
Draughon, James W.
Draughon, William C.
Durham, Silas
Ellison, H. Jackson
Farmer, Willis H.
Fisher, George M.
Fisher, James H.
Fisher, P.M. (Sergeant)
Gagler, Henry
Gambill, Joseph C.
Glassgow, Lewis A.
Green, A.P.
Haley, John Jr.
Haley, John Sr.
Hall, John J.
Hardman, James L.
Hatfield, John
Hendley, James F.
Henley, John D.
Hennessy, John
Highsmith, Robert G. (3rd Sergeant)
Hill, H.C.H.
Hinson, Robert A.
Hiser, J.H.
Holman, James I. (transferred to 42nd TN)
Holman, Robert B.
Holton, E.
Howard, James A. (1st Lt.)
Hutcheson, George Boyd (1st Lt.)
Ingram, Fred M.
Irwin, William B.
Jones, John M.
Justice, W.D.
King, Joel A.
Kirk, Edward C.
Langford, Nathaniel T. (Corporal)
Lester, Edmond D. (2nd Lt.)
Lowe, Washington (Captain)
Lowe, William K.B.
Lyle, Richard C.
Madole, Benjamin, F. (Sergeant)
Mahaffey, John W.
Martin, George F (2nd Corporal)
Mathews, Cave J. (2nd Lt./1st Lt.)
Mathews, Daniel
McDonald, William L.
McMannus, William
Mier, John
Mise, William
Mitchell, James L.
Mondy, Andrew J.
Mulloy, John B. (Lt.)
Murphey, Josiah
Murphey, Robert H. (Sergeant)
Newman, William
O'Conner, Patrick
Oneil, William T.
Orr, William
Owen, Edwin
Pepper, James
Pepper, Stephen
Pitt, Francis M.
Pollock, P. N. (Corporal)
Powell, George B.
Powell, James (3rd Sergeant)
Powell, Mathew (4th Sergeant)
Powell, Titus
Puckett, Albert H.
Randolph, J. T. (Sergeant)
Reeder, Lewis
Rose, Nichlas C. (Corporal)
Samuel, Archer T.
Simmons, Thomas N.
Smith, George M.
Smith, S. O.
Stainlock, William
Strayhorn, P. J. (Lt.)
Thomas, George H.
Thompson, Quarles J.
Virgin, John W.
Waller, William M.
Wilkinson, Seth L.
Williams, John T.
Williams, Nick J.
Williams, W. A.
Wilson, Kendrick
York, Jesse
Company D
Allen J. P.
Alberts, James
Anderson, P. J. (1st Sergeant)
Andrews, William H.
Andrews, William John
Appleton, George
Bailey, Charles Henry
Bass, Jethro
Blancet, Robert
Blunt, William
Boatwright, T. P.
Boofter, Eugene S.
Boyd, James H.
Boyle, John
Brandon, Dewitt
Brandon, Duke
Brooksher, Joel
Brown, T. J.
Buckner, Hiram C. (Captain)
Buckner, John P.
Burton Wiley
Cable, Charles
Calhoun, Woodford
Causey, Hubbard A. (Sergeant)
Chadwick, Martin
Cherry, James M.
Cherry, Johnathon
Childers, Thomas
Clark, Richard
Clark, William H.
Clawson, Edward
Cobb, Henry L.
Cook, John F. (Sergeant)
Cook, William
Council, James
Cunningham, Richard
Daugherty, Isaac
Edwards, James L.
Fakes, Robert
Fakes, Thomas
Finch, Alex
Ford, William H.
Foy, John
Free, John
Futrell, Perry
Hagler, Cave Johnson (3rd Corporal)
Hagler, John W. (Captain)
Hagler, William J. (2nd Lt.)
Hargess, Cornelius
Hargess, Dennis
Hargess, H. L. (3rd Lt.)
Hart, William H.
Hickman, George
Hogan, John R.
Hogan James W.
Holland, James N. (2nd Lt.) (also Co. F)
Horn, William P. (1st Lt.)
Huts, Rufus
Johnson, John
Lancaster, Thomas
Largent, W. E.
Lewis, Fountain H. (3rd Corporal)
Lewis, James A.
Lewis, William A. (Sergeant)
Lock, John F. (1st Sergeant)
Lynn, Leonidus
Martin, Charles L. (1st Sergeant/Captain)
McAskell, John
McCoy, Daniel
McKinney, Robert
Mckinney, Daniel
Milton, Henderson
Molsbee, Joseph
Moore, Edward K. (1st Sergeant)
Moore, James F. (Sergeant)
Morgan, Andrew
Morgan, John H.
Mulholland, John
Nellums, Pinkney
Nobles, James (Sergeant)
Page, James J.
Palmer, H. S. (Sergeant)
Parker, David (Corporal) (also Co. E)
Pipton, D. B.
Puckett, Elijah C.
Pugh, Joshua A.
Reaves, Benjamin
Roach, Michael
Roberts, Abner F.
Robinson, D. A.
Rye, Alex B.
Samsel, James
Sanders, George
Settle, John S. (Lt.)
Sinclair, George A. (Corporal)
Stavely, Ely
Suddarth, Allen Tandy
Swenny, Edward
Tallon, James
Taylor, Andrew
Thompson, William H. (Sergeant)
Trice, John E.
Vick, Eaton
Walker, Jacob (Corporal)
Walker, James H.
Wallace, Wilson C.
Webster, William W.
Welsh, Thomas
Westerman, Wiley J.
White, Abner
Williams, Benton O. (Sergeant)
Winbarger, John
Woffard, Charley W. (Corporal)
Wright, John
Company E
Allen, Henry
Arthers, James K. P.
Askew, William (also Co. F)
Barker, David (Corporal)
Barnes, Wiley (Sergeant) (also Co. F)
Barnes, William Henry (also Co. F)
Barnett, Henry T.
Barnett, Jordan J.
Blane, Alex (Sergeant)
Blane, Henry
Blane, Robert
Blythe, James
Boyd, Augustus J.
Boyd, Pinkny W.
Brandon, William N.
Brock, J. M.
Bryant, John (colored cook)
Bryant, William H. (Corporal)
Bufford, William S.
Burnes, James A.
Burnett, Jordon J.
Burns, Munchasen
Cable, Wallace
Cathey, Mike M.
Champion, Thomas Y.
Chrisp, Albert
Clark, M.
Cobb, George A.
Cole, John Fletcher
Coleman, Ewen W. (also Co. F)
Coleman, William F. (also Co. F)
Crisp, Alford
Crockarell, Cornelius C. (2nd Lt.)
Cross, Thomas, A.
Cummings, Thomas
Darnell, Thomas J. (Brvt. 2nd Lt.)
Daugherty, James D.
Davis, G. E.
Davis, William
Dilling, James C. (Corporal)
Donnell, T. J. (Bvt. 2nd Lt.)
Dudley, Ransom
Dunn, Allen S. H.
Dunn, William B.
Etheridge, David T.
Fielding, Sterling B.
Fink, Samuel
Gray, John H.
Grice, James W. (2nd Lt.)
Groves, George W. (Sergeant)
Hamilton, Newton J. (also Co. F)
Harrison, George (also Co. I)
Herndon, George W. Jr.
Herndon, George W. Sr.
Herndon, William S. (Corporal)
Hinson, William (also Co. F)
Holeman, Joseph A.
Holly, John (Corporal)
Hurst, John
Hutchison, John
Hysmith, John W.
Johnson, David H.
Jones, Wyatt L.
Kernell, Thomas J.
Lancaster, Richard L.
Laurence, Robert B.
Lee, John R.
Lisenby, Redmond B. (2nd Lt.)
Lisenby, Thomas J.
Madry, I. W.
Manther, David H.
Marberry, Thomas J. (Sergeant)
Marberry, George (also Co. F)
McAskell, Henry R. (also Co. F)
McClanahan, Joseph
McCuthen, William H.
McGregor, Harris V.
McLane, James E.
Moore, David C. (Sergeant)
Morris, Abithel (Corporal)
Morris, William A.
Murphey, John W. (also Co. F)
Murphy, Thomas J.
Outlaw, Benjamin E. (Lt.)
Outlaw, George D.
Parker, D. P.
Parker, Dudley
Parker, William E. (2nd Lt.)
Randle, William P. (Sergeant)
Ray, James
Reynolds, Samuel E.
Richardson, C.
Robertson, Clay (Captain)
Robertson, George C.
Robertson, James M.
Ross, Augustus V. (also Co. F)
Runyan, Ike L.
Scarborough, Robert H.
Scarborough, Samuel D. (Sergeant)
Shoat, A. V.
Sikes, Thomas S.
Smith, Benjamin A. (Sergeant)
Smith, Thomas E. (also Co. F)
Smith, William R. (also Co. F)
Stalls, George W. (Sergeant)
Stone, Jesse William
Stone, Joseph B.
Thomas, Willie
Thompson, William Crote (also Co. F)
Vickers, William A.
Waggoner, A. A. (Sergeant)
Wall, John (1st Sergeant)
Wall, Thomas
Weaks, Robert J.
Weaver, William H.
Wilson, Richard C. (Captain)
Wilson, William H.
Wimberly, John S. P.
Winston, Issac J.
Wofford, Robert F.
Woodson, J. M.
Wyatt, Issac (Sergeant)
Yarborough, Nathan E.
Yates, Ramah N.
Company F
Askew, David O. (Corporal)
Averett, William (Corporal)
Barnes, George (also Co. E)
Bateman, Patrick H. (Lt.)
Bateman, Thomas W.
Beavers, James W. (Corporal)
Benning, Alexander
Benson Galien A.
Bigham, Elbert S.
Blanks, George T. (Corporal)
Boon, Bright
Boon, William Henry
Brack, James M.
Bradley, Drury R.
Bradley, Henry
Bradley, Randolph
Brake, Henry A.
Brake, Thomas
Brandon, Nathan (Major/Lt. Colonel)
Breeden, Jesse
Breeden, Lins O.
Brigham, John F. (Lt.)
Brigham, Thomas R.
Broadford, Charles
Brooks, Robert, T.
Burcham, Andrew J.
Cathey, William G. (Lt.)
Clark, Coleman (Sergeant)
Cark, John J.
Clark, William Corbin (also Co. E)
Counts, John
Cromwell, George C.
Daniel, Elijah
Davis, Lawson
Dudley, Charles T. (2nd Lt.)
Duffield, Henry T. (Sergeant)
Earwood, John
Fielder, Thomas J. (also Co. E)
Finch, James Wellington
Finley, James L. (2nd Lt.)
Gaskey, Garrard
Goddy, Hiram D.
Green, John W. (Corporal)
Hall, James A.
Hall, Thomas
Hanna, Thomas B.
Hinson, Joseph S.
Holmes, James A. (also Co. E)
Holmes, Robert (2nd Corporal)
Johnson, James E. (Surgeon)
Johnston, Israel
Jones, William Mike
Kellow, John
King, Robert T. (also Co. E)
Lane, Harvey M.
Lankford, James K. (also Co. E)
Lankford, John G.
Largent, John (Sergeant/2nd Lt.)
Lindsey, John H.
Lowe, Washington E. (Captain)
Lowery, James A.
McAskell, Troy
McAskell, William
McAuley, Augustus
McBride, William
Mizell, John H.
Myers, John T. (Pvt/Sergeant)
Newman, Jesse
Norris, Henry B.
Norris, Robert T.
Orr, James H.
Ottrey, John H.
Parrott, Francis M.
Parrott, Pleasant
Phillips, Bruce L. (Captain)
Pirtle, J. M. (Chaplain)
Porter, Thomas Y.
Randel, Harvey R.
Rogers, Andrew
Rogers, Washington
Rushing, Jesse
Shemwell, Joseph H. (Sergeant)
Smith, Joel T. (1st Lt.)
Smith, John
Smith, John D.
Spurgin, Milton E. (Sergeant)
Spurgin, Samuel E.
Stark, Jerry
Stavely, Benjamin L.
Stone, Jerry C.
Stovely, William E.
Sullivan, Joseph (Sergeant)
Summers, Charles S. Jr.
Summers, Thomas R.
Taylor, Stacker J.
Turner, Robert G.
Wall, Morrison G.
Walls, James
Washer, James
Watson, Jerry W.
Weaver, Luke
Williams, John L.
Winfield, W. E. (Captain)
Winter, W. B.
Winters, James
Winters, Thomas N.
Wright, Daniel F. (Surgeon)
Wyatt, Charles
Wyatt, George
Wyatt, Thomas
Company G
Acree, James H.
Adams, Nicholas T.
Alexander, George D.
Allen Emory
Armstead, John
Bagwell, Alexander
Bailey, Zachariah
Barbee, George
Barbee, Gustavus
Barnes, John
Bashor, John
Baylis, Samuel (Lt.)
Bellomy, Richard
Bowers, Bailey T. (Sergeant)
Brantley, James (Sergeant)
Brantley, William (Corporal)
Brunson, Isaac (Captain)
Bullock, Harry W. (Captain)
Burris, William
Caudle, William
Chasteen, George
Chasteen, William
Cherry, Andrew L.
Cherry, Mevill
Choat, John W.
Collier, Thomas H.
Connell, Samuel
Darnell, Samuel H. (Corporal)
Daugherty, Samuel
Davidson, Thomas, C. (Sergeant/Ensign)
Davis, Samuel
Dickson, Thomas
Dota, Lee D.
Dunnan, John
Edmondson, Robert H.
Elder, Chesly
Evans, Alexander E.
Foster, Marcelus A. (Lt.)
Furgusan, Archer
Gillum, John R.
Greay, Thomas
Haley, James (3rd Corporal)
Haley, William B.
Halyard, George C. (Sergeant)
Hamilton, Thomas T.
Hamilton, William
Hiddleburg, Allen H.
Hogan, (Marcus) Lafayette
Hogan, William C. (Corporal)
Horn, Columbus J. (Sergeant)
Horn, Cornelius (1st Lt.)
Howard, Issac Jr. (2nd Lt.)
Jennings, William
Lisenbee, Frank M. (Corporal)
Logsden, Thomas J.
Luck, Lark B.
Marshall, Charles F.
Marshall, W. Belfield
Mathis, James
McNeill (McNeal), Andrew J.
McNichols, James T.
McWhirter, J. H.
Meacham, John
Nolen, Philip P.
Norfleet, Cordle M.
Norfleet, George
Norfleet, Gustavous T.
Norfleet, Henry A.
Outlaw, Edwin C. (Lt.)
Page, William H.
Perigin, James
Perigin, Martin
Philpott, James
Porter, Robert A.
Reynolds, Thomas J. (Sergeant)
Richards, John
Riggins, Joel (Sergeant)
Satterfield, William E.
Shephard, William
Shoat, John
Smallwood, Harris
Smith, Alexander
Smith, James
Smith, James F.
Smith, Richard H.
Smith, Thomas
Smith, William
Smith William A.
Spears, James A.
Spencer, Frank
Stewart, Marshall P.
Taunt, James
Thomason, Elijah D.
Thomason, John
Thompson, Francis M.
Tidwell, John
Vaughn, William
Vickers, David H.
West, Drury
Willis, Richard
Wilson, James H. (Corporal)
Winn, Wilson
Wolf, Wiley
Yates, Gustavis
Company H
Achey, J. H.
Allen, M. B.
Anderson, Eugene B. (Sergeant)
Atkins, Edwin
Atkins, Isaac S.
Auchey, James H.
Averett, William (Corporal)
Baker, James W.
Barr, John J. (Q.M. Sergeant)
Beaumont, Frank S. (Captain)
Beaumont, Irwin (Lt.)
Beaumont, J. Fletcher
Beeley, George
Bell, Robert C. (Sergeant)
Belote, Isaac N.
Bigger, Thomas S.
Bostleman, Fred
Bourne, James A. (Corporal)
Branden, James P. (Corporal)
Bringhurst, Edward S.
Broadus, Thomas, M.
Carden, Rolfe
Canton, Micheal
Chiles, Robert A.
Chilton, Joseph R.
Cobb, Edwin B.
Coleman, Ben W.
Conrad, George A.
Couts, George A.
Crusman, James J. (2nd Lt./Captain)
Dancy, James S.
Day, William
Eddings, Levi S. (1st Sergeant)
Franklin, James E.
Froman, Benjamin F.
Fuller, George W.
Green, Lucas A.
Hendrick, L. W.
Howell, Andrew J.
Hurst, John H. (Corp/Sgt.)
Jackson, Dan C.
Jackson, Henry A (Chief Muscian)
Jackson, Richard W. (Corporal)
Johnson, Benjamin W.
Johnson, James F.
Johnson, R. Morris
Jones, James W. (Sergeant)
Kirby, Thomas
Lands, Samuel
Larkins, John J.
Leavell, Napoleon L.
Lewis, E. H. (Pvt/2nd Sergeant)
Ligon, James M. (Sergeant)
Lyon, James
Madison, James M.
Madison, Warren B.
McCall, W. A.
McCauley, W. A.
McCulloch, Robert E.
McCulloch, William H. (Corporal)
McGinnis, J. N.
McManus, Thomas
McWhirter, Fountain P. (Lt.)
Meade, Patrick J.
Mitchell, Charles (Lt.)
Moody, George Boyd (Sergeant)
Moore, John H. (Sergeant/Lt.)
Moore, Robert S. (Corporal/Sergeant)
Moore, William S. (Captain)
Munford, William E. (Adjutant)
Murphy, Robert F.
Neblett, Dan W. (Corporal)
Neblett, Jones Daly
Neblett, Joseph J.
Neblett, William R.
Nichols, J.
Nicholson, J. T. S.
Norfleet, George A.
Payne, Thomas H.
Prince, James A.
Pritchett, Robert W.
Ragan, William H.
Rice, George W.
Riter, William H.
Rogers, Sim R.
Sims, Edwin H. (Corporal)
Smith, Drury
Soloman, James E.
Spencer, George H.
Spencer, John D.
Spurrier, Serran W.
Stancel, John P.
Sullivan, J. E.
Tarwater, E. Augustus
Thomas, John Nick
Tilley, C. C.
Ware, Thomas Samuel
Weakley, Frank
Wells, James
Woodson, H. M.
Company I
Adams, C. C.
Adams, William M.
Appleton, Richard
Baldwin, John S.
Baldwin, Robert B. (1st Corporal)
Baldwin, William H. (2nd Sergeant)
Ballentine, Ben W.
Berry, Benjamin
Bibb, Richard E.
Blair, G. W.
Booher, Jonathan P. (Corporal)
Bowling, Allen A.
Buckner, J. A.
Calhoun, John C. (Corporal)
Campbell, William King
Carden, Francis M.
Carter, James W.
Chandler, Josiah
Choat, Andrew V. (Corporal)
Collins, John
Cook, Jacob
Cook, W. A. (Sergeant)
Coones, J. T.
Cox, H. W.
Crabtree, Charles
Crabtree, James (Corporal)
Dillard, Robert A.
Dorris, H. C.
Dorris, William A.
Dorris, James D.
Douglas, James W.
Durrett, Daniel L.
Eldridge, James
England, Calvin
Fincher, James
Fleming, R. F.
Flood, Gilbert R.
Franklin, Samuel H.
Gilbert, Thomas H. L. (2nd Lt.)
Hall, John W. (Corporal)
Hargis, James W.
Hazelwood, John
Henry, John S.
Holland, Lemuel G.
Hughs, Alfred
Hysinger, Samuel
Jenkins, Elbert H.
Johnson, Charles
Kiger, James M.
Krisle, Patrick H. (Sergeant)
Long, Daniel W. (Sergeant)
McKinney, John
McLeason, Z. M.
McMasters, T.
Moudy, John
Murphy, Thomas J.
Noble, Samuel D.
Oaks, James
Owens, Henry J. (Sergeant)
Patton, William C.
Perry, William R.
Petty, H. M. (Sergeant)
Phipps, William
Pitt, Jerry
Porter, Richard (1st Sergeant)
Randolph, John H.
Randolph, D. W. C. (3rd Lt.)
Robertson, William
Rogers, Daniel L.
Rogers, John
Russell, P. H.
Savage, William
Scott, Thomas
Shannon, John A.
Simmons, William P. (Captain)
Sladen, Joseph
Soloman, James
Sprouse, George A. (Sergeant)
Stark, James A.
Stone, Edward F.
Stowe, William E.
Summerville, William F.
Vance, Andrew
Vaught, Larkin (Corporal)
Vestal, Tilman R.
Walker, W. S.
Warren, Elijah T.
Webb, W. N.
Webster, James D.
Webster, Samuel N.
White, Thomas H. - Lt.
Whiting, W. N. (Corporal)
Williams, Ashly
Wilson, Elijah
Winfield, William S. (Captain)
Wright, James W.
Yates, George
Yates, Thomas
Company K
Adkins, C. C.
Atkins, J. C.
Atkins, L. K.
Babbett, James Andrew (Sergeant)
Bagwell, J. W.
Bailey, James
Barnes, R. A. (Lt.)
Blanton, David
Blanton, William
Bowling, Thadius C. (Captain)
Brown, Henry
Brown, John P. (Captain)
Brown, Richard H. (Lt.)
Brown, Robert B.
Brown, Robert L.
Brown, R. S. H.
Brown, Thomas
Brumley, Andrew J.
Brumley, Robert
Cason, Samuel
Cherry, Charles L.
Clifton, William E. (Lt.)
Cocke, R. M.
Cody, James F.
Collier, William M.
Comperry, William R.
Cornwel, E. H. (Lt.)
Crotzer, James H.
Darden, W. D.
Davis, G. E.
Davis, William P.
Denny, John J.
Dickson, Hugh A. (1st Sergeant)
Edmondson, W. F.
Elliott, D. A.
Elliott, G. M.
Fenner, James
Grant, A.
Grant, H. Z.
Gunn, J. H.
Gunn, J. W.
Gunn, Z. G. (2nd Lt.)
Hagood, E. J. (1st Corporal)
Hankins, John J.
Herbert, Joseph, J.
Herring, Alex A.
Herring, David G. (2nd Corporal)
Herring, Joseph L.
Hiland, Elam A.
Hitt, Robert J.
Hollis, Washington
Hooper, William A.
Howard, John M.
James, James E.
Jenkins, J. J.
Jenkins, John D. (Sgt/Lt.)
Jett, J. E.
Jett, John W.
Jett, R. W.
Jett, Thomas C.
Johnson, John A.
Jones, T. H.
Marshall, Drue Francis
Morgan, Charles Hiram (Corporal)
Morrison, W. R.
Moses, William W.
Mundt, F. A.
Murphey, R. C.
Payne, Adolphus (Sergeant)
Perry, Thomas
Pert, R. M.
Pierce, D. H.
Pride, G. L.
Ransdell, John E. (Sergeant)
Rogers, John T.
Rogers, Kelly
Rogers, M. V.
Rossen, James C.
Rudolph, C. T.
Rudolph, J. W.
Rudolph, Peter R.
Shanks, Edward S.
Shanks, John
Shaw, R. H.
Small, Samuel B.
Smith, B. R.
Smith, George W.
Smith, James T.
Stephens, Eldridge T.
Stephens, James H.
Swift, Mark W.
Swift, Matthew M.
Thompson, James H.
Thornburg, Mark M.
Tilley, Fendol J.
Tramil, Selcurk
Travis, P. O.
Tyler, J. M.
Walker, Joshua
Wilkerson, Thomas C. (Corporal)
Winn, Richard M (Sergeant)
Wood, J. A.
Woodson, J. N.
Worley, C. L.
Wyatt, R. W.
Company L
Allensworth, A. J. (Captain)
Barbee, George B.
Beauchamp, John
Beck, William G.
Bernine, James M.
Bourne, William H.
Brodie, H. T.
Brodie, John W.
Brown, Robinson J. (Lt.)
Burnine, J. M.
Butler, James
Chester, John H.
Chester, J. K. (Sergeant)
Clark, Harry (Bugler/Musician)
Collins, Alexander (Corporal/Captain)
Cox, James H.
Darnell, Louis Jackson
Dinwiddie, W. H
Donaldson, R. R. (Corporal)
Donaldson, William A. (Sergeant)
Dycus, John T.
Dyer, Chalton
Elliott, David
Everett, John D.
Forbs, Alex (laundry)
Ford, James (also Co. K)
Gibson, John S. (transferred 49th VA Co. D)
Gilbert, John W.
Gilbert, Lewis D.
Godsey, Branch
Godsey, George H.
Gold, Lewis T.
Grafton, Robert F
Grigg, William F.
Halliburton, Robert A.
Hartman, Michael E.
Herndon, Thomas (2nd Lt.)
Hester, Odediah F.
Hewell, Edward B. (2nd Corporal)
Hewitt, E - Captain
Hewitt, William
Hickle, William M.
Hicks, William H.
Ingram, Junius C (1st Sgt.)
Keen, Flemming
Kells, John
King, John E.
King, John W. (1st Sgt/Bvt. 2nd Lt.)
King, William H.
Lephew, Henry
Lunsford, Emery
Majors, Daniel
Mallory, James R.
Mallory, John W. (Lt./Captain)
Manson, Ephriam P. (Sergeant/Corporal)
Martin, Edward
McCormack, Nathan
Moore, George (Pvt/Sergeant)
Needham, Zack
Neipe, Jacob
Parker, Samuel
Payne, James E.
Peltier, James W.
Prichett, William E.
Pratt, T. J.
Qualls, Albert M.
Quisenberry, Alexander
Ragan, Willis C.
Rawlins, Daniel H.
Rice, Luther W. (Pvt/Bugler)
Riggins, George B.
Riggins, Nicholas A.
Rives, Robert F. (1st Sergeant)
Rives, Stephen T. (Lt.)
Rives, William M.
Roberson, Thomas N.
Robertson, John D.
Rollins, D. H.
Rose, James Henry
Shelton, Jacob
Sherry, Thomas E.
Slaughter, John H.
Smith, David
Smith, George M.
Smith, Lewis
Smith, Mack F. (Sergeant)
Smith, Nathan B.
Sperry, Thomas E.
Stark, Adam (Musician)
Talley, James P.
Taylor, Austin
Taylor, Samuel J. (Corporal)
Thatch, Stephen
Thomas, James W.
Throckmorton, Henry S. (Sergeant)
Trammil, James M.
Trice, Harrison A. (Sergeant)
Trice, Henry H. (Sergeant)
Trice, James E.
Trice, John E.
Welliford (Wiliford) Green W.
Wells, Madison
Wilkinson, Charles T.
Williamson, George W. (Corporal)
Williford, G. W.
Wray, Joseph E.
Unknown
Allen, George Whitfield
Bishop, David
Bobo, William L.
Bonds, A. L.
Bowers John (Deserter/took Oath Of Allegiance)
Carter, James H. (Deserter, August 30, 1864)
Chighizzola, A. (Sgt Co ?, Deserter)
Chriss, J. H. (POW rolls at Gettysburg)
Cleghorn, James (on POW roll)
Clinard, Thomas J. (Oath Of Allegiance)
Counsell, James M. (Oath Of Allegiance)
Dickinson, Daniel W (captured)
Dirt, B. L. (captured)
Durrett, William T. (Lt.)
Edwards, J. B. (Oath of Allegiance)
Emory, A. G. (Surgeon on Field and Staff captured July 5, 1863)
Faust, A (deserter)
Flint, Calvin (Oath of Allegiance)
Glisbie, James (Deserter/Oath of Allegiance)
Green, Frank W. (Field and Staff Officer, Capt. and A.C.S. Officer)
Hammond, C. S. (1st Lt. and Adjutant of 14 TN.)
Hankins, William J. (Corporal - detached teamster/ambulance driver)
Kelly, John (Captured Fort Henry) (also appears as Kellog)
Kennedy, James L. (Corporal, captured Gettysburg)
King, John E. (Chaplain)
Knight, Marion (discharged for liver disease)
Koonce, J. F.
Low, Ezekial (entered service Feb. 20, 1864, deserted Dec. 5, 1864 Oath Jan. 18, 1865
Martin, J. D. (Assistant Surgeon - Field and Staff, killed May 31, 62 at Seven Pines)
Mathews, Robert H. (Corporal)
Maxey, N. C. (on list of POWs Aug. 23, 1862)
McAllister (POW, deserter Nov. 15, 1864)
McClaran, T. A. (on list of POWS, deserter)
Moon, W. H. (POW, Gettysburg)
Munson, Edwin W. (deserted Jan. 5, 1865)
Norfleet, Thomas J. (Assistant Surgeon Field and Staff)
Pike, Richard W. (1st Sergeant) (Co. C ?)
Ratcliff, William (POW, captured at Petersburg Aug. 30, 1864, joined Union Army)
Smith, William L. (POW Dec. 14, 1862, Falmouth Va.)
Ward, Cyrus (POW Petersburg)
Ward, Simon (POW Petersburg)
Wilson, Luther H. (Chaplain)

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From: Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers

65   49th INFANTRY


Company "A"
OFFICERS
J. E. Bailey, Captain
T. M. Atkins, First Lieutenant
R. A. Wilson, Second Lieutenant
W. H. Burgess, Third Lieutenant
A. F. Smith, First Sergeant
John B. Johnson, Second Sergeant
Robert Bringhurst, Third Sergeant
L. W. Bourne, Fourth Sergeant
M. W. Wisdom, Fifth Sergeant
Stephen Pettus, First Corporal
William Adwell, Second Corporal
C. H. Ricou, Third Corporal
William McKeage, Fourth Corporal
PRIVATES
Q. C. Atkinson
J. C. Anderson
B. F. Buck
G. W. Buck
J. M. Buck
G. E. Burgess
Fletcher Beaumont
Frank Bell
J. W. Bourne
J. D. Broomfield
J. D. Booth
Montgomery Bell
C. D. Bailey
R. T. Coulter
C. H. Bailey
L. R. Clark
L. R. Cooper
C. R. Cooper
W. C. Cooper
Thomas Coulter
James Clark
W. J. Carnell
Cave J. Clark
George Chisenhall
John Dolon
James Davis
J. P. Damron
F. M. Drake
S. R. Cooke
W. D. Eminizer
J. B. Edlin
George Elliott
J. W. Ferkin
Thomas Finley
J. R. Fletcher
?. T. Farley
R. C. Goostree
Daniel Gold
L. T. Gold
Granville Grimes
J. A. Hutchinson
R. J. Haskins
S. Hackney
William Harris
John Harris
Robert Harris
James Harris
Watson Hibbs
F. E. Heatherington
W. T. Hargrave
J. W. Helm
J. G. Hoskins
R. G. Halliday
Polk G. Johnson
J. S. Jarrell
Matthew Leggett
Charles Loftland
C. M. Lewis
G. W. Leigh, Jr
H. G. Marklin
T. F. McCallister
James McCarter
John McCarter
Milton Mise
B. McCormack
Robert Mellon
John Mellon
Walker Manson
John McClintock
C. P. Moore
W. B. Munford
Benjamin McGhee
W. H. Neblett
R. H. Neal
John Orgain
B. D. Orgain
William M. Orgain
J. W. Oglesby
John O'Brien
J. L. Pendergast
Robert Poole
Thomas Pearson
Paris Peter
W. H. Powell
W. R. Poindexter
Cave J. Riggins
Alfred Robb
Henry Ring
Alfred Simpson
Henry Simpson
Charles Shanklin
Thomas H. Smith
G. R. Smith
D. W. Scott
J. W. Smith
W. H. Turnley
C. L. Thomas
W. N. Trice
John Taylor
Nathan Vick
James Wells
T. W. Walthal
B. F. White
Albert Walthal
B. W. Waller
G. S. Williams.
Polk Wilcox
KILLED
J. C. Anderson, Fort Donelson
Robert Bringhurst, Franklin
Fletcher Beaumont, Missionary Ridge
Montgomery Bell, Franklin
S. R. Cooke, Franklin
George Elliott, Nashville
John T. Farley, Fort Donelson
R. C. Goostree, Lick Skillet Road, Atlanta
J. S. Jarrell, Franklin
Matthew Leggett, Lick Skillet Road, Atlanta
William B. Munford, Franklin
Alfred Robb, Fort Donelson
Nathan Vick, Franklin
Polk Wilcox, Franklin
R. T. Coulter, Franklin
R. G. Halliday, Franklin
DIED IN SERVICE
C. H. Ricou, Port Hudson, La., 1863
B. F. Buck, in prison
Frank Bell, place of death unknown
J. D. Booth, Port Hudson, La., 1862
John P. Damron, Fort Donelson, 1862
James A. Mutchinson, 1862
Robert J. Haskins, Chicago, in prison, 1862
Stephen Hackney, Chicago, in prison, 1862
William Harris, at home, 1862
John Harris, at home, 1862
Robert Harris, at home, 1862
James Harris, at home, 1862
F. E. Heatherington, Clinton, Miss., 1862
J. W. Helm, Port Hudson, La.,1863
G. W. Leigh, Jr., Atlanta, 1864
John W. McClintock, Miss, just before close of war
R. D. Orgain, Camp Douglas, 1862
B. F. White, Camp Douglas, 1863
WOUNDED
Lewis R. Clark, Jonesboro, Ga
William C. Cooper, Franklin
W. D. Eminizer, Kennesaw Mountain
John B. Edlin, Kennesaw Mountain
J. G. Hoskins, Jackson, Mississippi
Polk G. Johnson, Atlanta
Charles Loftland, Fort Donelson and Shiloh
Walker Manson, Franklin
Charles P. Moore, Atlanta
John L. Pendergast, four times, once very severely
Robert Poole, Atlanta
Lewis T. Gold, Franklin
Charles Shanklin, Atlanta
Thomas H. Smith, Franklin
G. R. Smith, Atlanta
A. F. Smith, North Carolina
John Taylor, Fort Donelson
C. H. Bailey, Atlanta and Franklin
PROMOTED
James E. Bailey, Colonel
Thomas M. Atkins, Lieut.-colonel
Robert A. Wilson, Captain
A. F. Smith, General Walthall's staff
John R. Johnson, Captain, and A.C.S. Tenth Tennessee
Robert Bringhurst, Adjutant
Fletcher Beaumont, Adjutant Fiftieth Tennessee
Charles D. Bailey, Captain and A.C.S
R. T. Coulter, Captain Company G
Lewis R. Clark, Captain Tenth Tenn
Charles R. Cooper, Lieut
George Elliott, Lieut, Company H
R. C. Goostree, Lieut
Lewis T. Gold, Lieut
Polk G. Johnson, Lieut., and A.D.C. General Qualres
Walker Manson, Lieut. Company G
John L. Pendergast, Capt. Tenth Tenn
Robert Poole, Lieut. Thirtieth Tenn
W. R. Poindexter, Captain and A.Q.M
Alfred Robb, Lieut.-colonel
Thomas H. Smith, Captain Company H
John O'Brien, Ornance Officer

Company "C"
OFFICERS
M. V. Fyke, Captain
T. J. Morris, First Lieutenant
H. V. Harrison, Second Lieutenant
M. J. Draughan, Third Lieutenant
James P. Ownly, First Sergeant
W. E. Maurey, Second Sergeant
Harry Pepper, Third Sergeant
William Barnes, Fourth Sergeant
J. W. Hart, First Corporal
W. H. Ward, Second Corporal
William Cannon, Thrd Corporal
J. C. Cole, Fourth Corporal
J. H. Balthrop, Fifth Corporal
PRIVATES
W. H. Banks
J. A. Brigg
R. H. Bibb
Charles Campbell
James Cannon
T. B. Dalton
J. W. Dozier
J. B. Doss
E. H. Gallaher
J. W. Grimes
R. S. Holeman
Thomas Higgs
R. H. Hicks
Samuel Harris
William Hoffman
Archie Hamilton
J. W. Judd
William Knight
A. M. Langford
Jasper Mathews
Frank Mantle
W. E. Maurey
G. W. McGuire
J. M. Morris
G. W. Morris
J. H. Murphey
H. C. Murphey
William Orand
J. W. Percise
G. W. Porter
William Patterson
Hezekiah Porter
James Prest
Wiley Powell
Young Pepper
L. D. Robertson
James Robertson
W. A. Robertson
Henry Ruffin
S. F. Solomon
H. D. Solomon
M. D. Taylor
J. M. Thomas
W. W. Thomas.
J. A. Thomas
J. H. Turner
J. H. Toler
D. H. Wilkerson
M. L. Watson
J. B. White
KILLED
W. E. Maurey, Franklin
W. H. Banks, Peach Tree Creek
J. W. Grimes, Peach Tree Creek
G. W. McGuire, Franklin
Wiley Powell, Franklin
D. H. Wilkerson, Atlanta
WOUNDED
H. V. Harrison, Atlanta
W. E. Maurey, Atlanta
J. H. Bathrop, Peach Tree Creek
T. B. Dalton, Atlanta
Archie Hamilton, Atlanta
J. M. Morris, Franklin
James Robertson, by cars
S. F. Solomon, Franklin
M. D. Taylor, Atlanta
PROMOTED
H. V. Harrison, Captain, 1862
M. D. Taylor, 3d Lieut., 1862
William Barnes, 2d Lieut., 1862, 3d Lieut., 1863

Company "E"
OFFICERS
J. M Peacher, Captain
J. W. Broom, First Lieutenant
J. W. Wall, Second Lieutenant
W. H. Powell, Third Lieutenant
S. A. Wall, Third Lieutenant
R. M. Powers, First Sergeant
PRIVATES
R. A. Alley
Cap Allen
Perry Allman
W. H. Burden
John Burden
Oliver Burden
H. C. Bowers
T. Bowers
Henry Burks
Robert Chance
J. J. Dilling
J. J. Fletcher
W. H. Fletcher
Charlie Ferguson
William Ferguson
Jasper Grimes
H. B. Hunt
William Horn
Hiram Hambrick
A. J. Hambrick
John Haley
J. C. Jordan
Henry Lewis
Joseph Lyle
C. H. Lyle
Hart Nolin
J. E. Oldham
Davis Powell
W. D. Powell
G. Powers
Thomas Powers
E. H. Powers
John Powers
F. B. Powers
R. D. Robertson
W. Robertson
J. N. Robertson
Nathan Roland
Wash Roland
J. H. Sugg
George Wright
William Weakley
Peter Williams
KILLED
S. A. Wall, Atlanta
DIED IN SERVICE
T. Bowers, Camp Douglas
Davis Powell, Camp Douglas
Albert Powell, Camp Douglas
W. H. Fletcher, Alton, Ill
J. J. Dilling, Fort Donelson
Hiram Hambrick, on steamboat
WOUNDED
Lieut. J. W. Broom, Franklin
Lieut. S. A. Wall, Georgia, (three times)
Serg't R. M. Powers, Franklin
A. J. Hamrick, Franklin
J. E. Oldham, Atlanta
PROMOTED
Lieut. J. W. Wall, Captain

Company "G"
OFFICERS
W. F. Young, Captain
James B. Howard, First Lieutenant
Charles Anderson, Second Lietutenant
Ross Evans, Third Lieutenant
B. W. Humber, First Sergeant
J. S. Meacham, Second Sergeant
James B. Leigh, Third Sergeant
Willis Winn, Fourth Sergeant
James Connell, First Corporal
John H. Morrison, Second Corporal
N. J. Morris, Third Corporal
Thomas Jeff. Stone, Fourth Corporal
PRIVATES
Houston Adams
Richard Averitt
Benjamin Buck
Joseph Bullock
Joseph W. Barnes
Samuel J. Bumpass
Zebedee Bumpass
A. J. Caruthers
Melville Cherry
Thomas H. Covington
Thomas R. Coulter
Edward Darnell
James H. Dyer
William Duberry
E. O. Ferrell
John Foster
P. Gibbs
William Gafford
Isaac Gafford
N. W. Lissenbee
---- Lowery
A. McNichols
J. W. Manson
James Norfleet
Joseph Norfleet
William P. Outlaw
William Oates
Robert Prewitt
William Prewitt
T. G. Barbee. (Pete)
J. D. Riggins
Ike Smith
Taylor Smith
Joseph Smith
John Stewart
John Satterfield
---- Shelton
John M. Tyson
T. J. Taller
J. R. Wooten
E. C. Waters
John Woods
KILLED
Lieut. James R. Howard, Atlanta, July 28 1964
Thomas Jeff. Stone, Atlanta, July 28, 1864
Joseph W. Barnes, Franklin
A. J. Cuthbertson, Franklin
Thomas R. Coulter, Franklin
James Norfleet, Atlanta, July 28, 1864
T. J. Barbee, Nashville
WOUNDED
Houston Adams, Franklin
Melville Cherry, Seven Pines and Atlanta
Sgt. Ross Evans, Franklin
John H. Howard, Atlanta
W. N. Lissenbee, Atlanta
William Prewitt, Peach Tree Creek
Corporal N. J. Morris, Atlanta and North Carolina
John M. Tyson, Atlanta, July 28, 1864
Col. W. F. Young, Lick Skillet Road, Ga., lost right arm
DIED IN SERVICE
Charles Anderson, Johnson's Island
John H. Morrison, Camp Douglas, Ill
Richard Averitt, Camp Douglas, Ill
Benjamin Buck, Camp Douglas, Ill
Zebedee Bumpass, Camp Douglas, Ill
Edward Darnell, Camp Douglas, Ill
Ike Smith, on exchange boat
T. J. Talley, Camp Douglas, Ill
PROMOTIONS
Capt. W. F. Young, Colonel, 1863
James B. Howard, Captain, 1863
Thomas R. Coulter,
2d Lieut., 1862, 1st Lieut., 1863, Cap., 1864

State of Tennessee, Montgomery County:
Lieutenants Howard and Coutler were afterward promoted to captains, but both were killed.
W. F. Young, First Captain of Company G, Forty-sixth Tennessee, afterward Colonel of the Regiment Clarksville, Tenn., April 17, 1863

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66   CASUALTIES


Montgomery County, Tennessee
World War II Casualties Army and Air Force

ADAMS, Robert C., Pfc....KIA
ADKINS, Frank E., Lt. C....DNB
ADKINS, Leonard E., Pvt....DOW
ATKINS, William L., Lt....DNB
BASS, Henry C., 2 Lt....KIA
BOYD, Dorris E., 2 Lt....KIA
CAYLOR, Joe A., Sgt....KIA
CHESTER, Harold W., Pfc....DNB
CHESTER, Leonard Jr., Pfc....KIA
COLLIER, C.E. Jr., 2 Lt....DNB
CRAWFORD, Thomas W., 1 Lt....KIA
DABNEY, Edmund R., S Sgt....KIA
DANIEL, Andrew, Pvt....DNB
DAVIS, Howard D., Cpl....DNB
DAVIS, Leroy C., Lt. C....KIA
DOTY, Amos E., S Sgt....KIA
DUNN, Stella Doris, Sgt....DNB
EADES, Charles T., Pfc....KIA
ELLIOTT, Rex, Pvt....DNB
GRAY, Will N. Jr., Sgt....DNB
HARRIS, Herbert C., Pvt....DNB
HARRISON, Henry O., Pfc....KIA
HICKS, William D. Jr., Tec 5....DNB
HINSON, Charles C., 2 Lt....DNB
HOGUE, Burnett L., Sgt....KIA
JACKSON, Allison R., Pfc....KIA
KENNEDY, Earnest L., Pfc....KIA
KILLEBREW, Joseph P., Capt....FOD
LEWIS, Guy A., Tec3....DNB
MAJORS, Raymond Sr., Pvt....DNB
MARTIN, Samuel C., Sgt....KIA
MARTIN, William C., Pfc....KIA
MERIWETHER, Frank L., Tec5....DNB
MILLS, Claude M., Tec5....KIA
MORRISON, Jerles D., Tec5....DNB
MURRAY, William K., Pfc....KIA
MOSELEY, Joseph T., Pfc....KIA
NICKS, James H., Pfc....DNB
NOLEN, James E., Cpl....DOW
OUTLAW, John F., Lt. C....DNB
PERRY, William L., Pvt....KIA
PYLAND, Lonnie D., Cpl....DOW
REID, Turner, Pvt....KIA
RICKS, Ivan S., Pfc....KIA
ROGERS, Ernest J., Pfc....DNB
RORIE, Treman G., Pvt....KIA
RUMFELT, Joseph B., Pvt....KIA
SANFORD, George T. Jr., Pfc....KIA
SEAY, Richard L., Sgt....KIA
SHELBY, James W., Sgt....KIA
SLAYDEN, Henry T., S Sgt....KIA
SMITH, Dave Jr., Tec5....DNB
STEPP, Buford R., Pfc....KIA
TAPPER, Acey L., Tec5....KIA
TROTTER, Horris L., Pfc....DOW
UNDERWOOD, Brandon, Pvt....DNB
WALLACE, Phillip A., Pvt....DNB
WEAKLEY, John R., Sgt....FOD
WICKHAM, Austin M., S Sgt....DOW
WICKHAM, Earnest W., Pvt....KIA
WILLARD, Frank D., Sgt....KIA

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67   REGIMENTAL ROSTER OF ENLISTED MEN


5th Tennessee

Alexander, William P., Pvt., Co. "A"
Allen, Cornell T., Cpl., Co. "F"
Allen, G.W., Pvt., Co. "A", Consol.
Allen, James A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Allen, J.R., Pvt., Co. "A"
Allen, J.W., Pvt., Co. "F"
Allen, S.A., Pvt., Co. "F"
Allen, W.D., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Allen, William C., Pvt., Co. "D"
Allen, William Henry, Sgt., 2nd Co. "F"
Allen, William L., Pvt., Co. "A"
Alley, Gil R., Pvt., Co. "A"
Allison, G.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Allman, John L., Pvt., 1st Co. C&A
Allman, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "C"
Almond, Thomas J., Pvt., 1st Co. C&A
Alston, W. M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Andrews, J. McH., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Aquilar, J.A., Pvt., 1st & 2nd Co. "D"
Archer, Daniel B., Pvt., Co. "E"
Archer, S.R., Pvt., Co. "E"
Ardenbright, D., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Armstrong, W.H., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Arnett, J.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Arnn, John, Pvt., Co. "K"
Arnold, J.M., Pvt., Co. "C"
Arnold, W.P., Pvt., Co. "C"
Ashby, J.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Ashby, Jerry, Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Askew, E.F., Cpl., 1st "F" & 2nd Co. "E"
Askew, H.K., Cpl., "No Company Mentioned"
Atchison, James F., Pvt., Co. "I" & "D"
Atchison, J.D., Pvt., Co. "C"
Atchison, J.J., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Atchison, W.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Atkins, R., Cpl., 2nd Co. "G"
Atkins, W.A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "G"
Atkins, William E. T., Pvt., 1st & 2nd Co. "C"
Austin, J.A., Pvt., Co. "D"

Boden, George B., Cpl., 1st Co. "F"
Boden, J.W., Pvt., 1st Co. "F"
Bohanan, E.T., Qm. Sgt., Field & Staff (unit HQ)
Bolton, Alex, Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Bomer, H.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Bond, J., Pvt., Co. "A"
Boothe, William H., Sgt., Co. "A"
Bostick, C.R., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Boten, A.V., Pvt., Co. "A"
Bowden, A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Bowden, A.V., Pvt., Co. "A"
Bowden, G.B., Cpl., 2nd. Co. "E"
Bowden, J.W., Cpl., 1st. Co. "F"
Bowden, J.W., Pvt., Co. "F"
Bowden, J.W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Bowden, W.M., Pvt., Co. "E"
Bowers, John, "No Company or Rank Mentioned"
Bowles, James B., Sgt., Co. "F"
Bowles, J.W., Pvt., Co. "F"
Bowles, W.J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Bowman, Charles, Pvt., 2nd Co. "G"
Box, John, Sgt., 2nd Co. "H"
Box, Joseph, Cpl., 2nd Co. "H"
Boyd, James K., Pvt., 1st Co. "C"
Boyle, J., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Bradford, R.B., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Bradford, William, Pvt., Co. "A"
Bradley, C.E., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Bradley, E.F., Cpl., 2nd Co. "K"
Bradley, H.H., Pvt., Co. "A"
Bradley, James D., Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Bradshaw, J.W., Sgt., Co. "A"
Bradshaw, S.B., Pvt., Co. "K"
Bradshaw, William, Pvt., Co. "A"
Brake, John L., Cpl., 1st Co. "C"
Brake, William, Pvt., Co. "A"
Brannon, J.W., Pvt., Co. "B"
Brannon, W.R., Pvt., Co. "B"
Braswell, J.C., Pvt., Co. "B"
Breast, John K., Cpl., 2nd Co. "K"
Breedlove, S.C., Cpl., 2nd Co. "F"
Brevard, A.E., Cpl., 2nd Co. "K"
Brevard, A.L., Sgt., Co. "K"
Brevard, R.B., Sgt., 2nd Co. "K"
Brewer, E., Pvt., Co. "C"
Brewer, John H., Cpl., Co. "F"
Briant, T.J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Brigance, J.A., Pvt., Co. "K"
Brigance, J.H., Pvt., Co. "K"
Bright, Samuuel, Pvt., Co. "H"
Brisendine, T.J., Pvt., Co. "D"
Britt, William, Pvt., Co. "C"
Brizendine, Thomas J., Pvt., Co. "D"
Brizendine, T.P., Pvt., Co. "D" Broach, A., Sgt., Co. "I"
Broach, T.J., Cpl., Co. "I"
Brogdan, J.W., Sgt., Co. "E"
Brogdan, Jacob M., Sgt., Co. "E"
Brooks, Benjamin, Cpl., 2nd Co. "K"
Brooks, Benjamin, Cpl., Co. "K"
Brothers, William, Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Broughton, Thomas, "No Company or Rank Mentioned"
Broughton, Thomas T., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Brown, A.H., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Brown, Andrew J., Pvt., Co. "G"
Brown, G.W., Pvt., Co. "E"
Brown, H.C., Pvt., Co. "C"
Brown, M., Pvt., Co. "C" Consol.
Brown, W.J., Pvt., Co. "H"
Browning, J.A., Pvt., Co. "C"
Browning, J.F., Pvt., Co. "C"
Browning, T.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Broyles, Marion W., Pvt., Co. "H"
Bruce, Browing, Pvt., Co. "H"
Bruce, Carrol, Pvt., Co. "D"
Bruce, C.B., Pvt., Co. "H"
Bruce, J.H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Bruton, R.H., Pvt., Co. "A"
Brvak, J.L., Cpl., Co. "A"
Bryan, J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Bryant, T.J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Bryant, William James, Pvt., Co. "H"
Bucey, J.A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Buchanan, J.J., Pvt., Co. "G"
Buchanan, Thomas S., 1st Sgt., Co. "G"
Bucy, A.J., Co. "A", "No Rank Mentioned"
Bucy, J.M., Co. "A", "No Rank Mentioned"
Buie, Andrew J., Pvt., Co. "C"
Buie, James H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Bullard, William F., Pvt., Co. "D"
Bullock, G.T., Sgt., Co. "E"
Bumpass, E.R., Pvt., Co. "D"
Bunn, W.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Bunton, B.W., Cpl., Co. "E"
Bunton, T.W., Pvt., Co. "E"
Buoy, A.J., Pvt., Co. "C"
Buoy, J.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Buoy, A.J., Pvt., Co. "C"
Burgass, C.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Burgass, J.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Burk, C., Pvt., Co. "A"
Burkett, Alvill, Pvt., Co. "H"
Burkett, Wilie, Pvt., Co. "H"
Burkley, William M., Pvt., Co. "C"
Burnley, J.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Burns, G.L., Pvt., Co. "K"
Burns, J.W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Burns, W., Pvt., Co. "I" Burns, W.G., Pvt., Co. "K"
Burrus, W.H.H., Pvt., Co. "K" Burton, R.A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Burton, S.A., Pvt., Co. "A" Burton, V.M., Pvt., Co. "A"
Burton, W.T., Pvt., Co. "A"
Busbee, Alfred, Pvt., Co. "F"
Busbee, B.B., Cpl., Co. "F"
Busbee, Alfred, Pvt., Co. "F" Busbee, R., Pvt., Co. "F"
Busbie, B.B., Cpl., Co. "F"
Busbie, Alfred, Pvt., Co. "F"
Busbie, R., Pvt., Co. "F"
Bush, Benjamin J., Pvt., Co. "I"
Bush, C.P., Pvt., Co. "I"
Bushart, N.J., Pvt., Co. "I"
Bushart, W.J., Pvt., Co. "I"
Bushart, C.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Buss, J.B., Pvt., Co. "K"
Bustle, Lewis, Pvt., Co. "D"
Butler, J.M., Pvt., Co. "I"
Bynum, E., Pvt., Co. "K"

Cabe, D.C., Sgt., Co. "B"
Cabe, W.A., Pvt., Co. "B"
Caldwell, Varna, Pvt., Co. "C"
Caldwell, W.F., Pvt., Co. "A"
Calhoun, William B., Pvt., Co. "B"
Call, Lemuel, Pvt., Co. "F"
Callagy, Paul, Sgt., Co. "F"
Callaway, William R., Pvt., Co. "G"
Calvin, Henry, Pvt., Co. "H"
Calvin, P., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Camell, John, Pvt., Co. "K"
Camp, J.T., Cpl., 2nd Co. "H"
Camp, J.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Camp, Thomas, Cpl., 2nd Co. "H"
Campbell, D.S., Pvt., Co. "K"
Campbell, John, Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Cantrell, J., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Caperlinger, S., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Caplinger, J.S., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Capout, Peter, Sgt., 2nd Co. "K"
Capps, F.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Capps, J.S., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Capps, Reuben, Cpl., 2nd Co. "C"
Cardwell, J.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Carney, T., Pvt., 1st Co. "C"
Carroll, Alfred Miles, Pvt., 1st Co. "H"
Carroll, James, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Carson, J.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Carter, E.E., Sgt., 1st Co. "H"
Carter, John, Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Carter, Rollen, Cpl., 2nd Co. "E"
Cate, William, Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Cate, W.D., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Caton, Alex, Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Cayton, A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Chambers, Thomas., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Chapinger, J.S., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Chapman, Erwin E., Pvt., 2nd Co. "G"
Chapman, J.T., Cpl., Co. "E"
Chapman, M.E., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Charles, John H., Pvt., 1st Co. "C"
Charry, Calvin W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Cherry, Calvin W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Cherry, Robert, "No Rank or Company Mentioned"
Chilcutt, W.F., Sgt., Co. "A"
Childers, F.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Childers, J.A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Childers, T.P., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Childers, W.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Childers, Z.D., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Childress, J.A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Childress, T.P., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Childress, W.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Childress, Z.D., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Christian, W.C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Cirk, H.C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Clark, Francis, Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Clark, Robert, Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Clay, Marion, Pvt., Co. "G"
Clayton, J.J., Pvt., Co. "C"
Clayton, T.J., Pvt., Co. "B"
Clendenen, J.F., Sgt., 2nd Co. "G"
Clendening, J.C., "No Rank or Company Mentioned"
Clendennin, J.F., Sgt., 2nd Co. "G"
Click, G.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Click, W.H., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Clynett, H., "No Rank", Co. "H"
Coalman, L., Pvt., Co. "C"
Cobb, J.C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Cochran, E.A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Cody, J.A.S., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Coffman, J.M., Pvt., Co. "D"
Coggin, George W., Pvt., Co. "L"
Cole, J.F., Pvt., Co. "C"
Cole, John G., Pvt., Co. "B" Cole, R.P., Pvt., 1st Co. "F"
Coleman, George J., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Coleman, James H., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Coleman, Joseph, Pvt., 1st Co. "C"
Coley, R.A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Colley, W.B., Pvt., 1st Co. "H"
Collier, E.D., Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Collier, Z., Pvt., Co. "C"
Collins, Hugh M., Pvt., 1st Co. "C"
Collins, J.F., Pvt., Co. "D"
Colly, W.B., Pvt., Co. "H"
Coltharp, A.G., Pvt., 1st Co. "H"
Colvin, Leander, Pvt., Co. "K"
Combs, J.H., 1st Sgt., 2nd Co. "C"
Comer, G.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Comer, P.H., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Comick, J., Pvt., 2nd Co. "G"
Compton, Eli, Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Compton, J.C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Compton, Martial, Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Conley, William, Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Connor, J., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Considine, P.D., Pvt., 1st Co. "C"
Cook, D.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Cook, J.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Cook, W.B., Cpl., 2nd Co. "D"
Cooper, W.L., Cpl., 1st Co. "F"
Copeland, Thomas, Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Copelinger, J.S., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Corbitt, H.B., "No Rank or Company Mentioned"
Corbitt, J.S., Sgt., 2nd Co. "C"
Corden, H.C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Cormack, John W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "G"
Cormick, C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "G"
Cornell, Benjamin A., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Costen, G.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Counsell, M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Cox, C., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Cox, J.P., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Cox, S.B., Sgt., 2nd Co. "I"
Craig, C.S., Pvt., 2nd Co. "G"
Craig, J.A., Sgt., 2nd Co. "G"
Creg, C.S., Pvt., Co. "C"
Creig, J.A., Sgt., Co. "G"
Cremore, John C., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Crisp, J.B., Pvt., Co. "A"
Cristenbury, Clark, Pvt., Co. "A"
Cristenbury, W.A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Cristian, W.C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Crompton, J.C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Cronell, Benjamin A., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Cross, Jacob C., Pvt., Co. "F"
Crouch, M.V., Pvt., Co. "A"
Crouch, Nicholas, Pvt., Co. "H"
Crouch, T.J., Pvt., Co. "A"
Crouch, W.R., Pvt., Co. "A"
Crowder, C.L., Sgt., 2nd Co. "E"
Crutchfield, B.D., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Crutchfield, F.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Crutchfield, J.C., Sgt., 1st Co. "H"
Crutchfield, John W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Crutchfield, M., Pvt., 1st Co. "F"
Crutchfield, M.D., Pvt., 2nd Co. "E"
Cullum, E.F., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Cunningham, A.J., Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Curtis, Samuel, Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Cypert, T., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"

Dalton, John M., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Dalton, J. William, Pvt., Co. "A"
Dalton, P.S., Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Dalton, W.R., Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Dammals, J.F., Pvt., Co. "G"
Daniel, J.E., Sgt., Co. "E"
Daniels, J.L., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Daniels, Samuel F., Sgt., 2nd Co. "K"
Danniels, J.L., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Danniels, Samuel F., Sgt., 2nd Co. "K"
Danniels, J.L., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Darnall, Thomas L., Pvt., 1st Co. "C"
Darnall, T.W., Pvt., Co. "H"
Davis, A.D., Pvt., Co. "I"
Davis, James., Pvt., 2nd Co. "G"
Davis, John M.., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Davis, J.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Davis, R.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Davis, S.B., Pvt., Co. "F"
Davitt, Patrick, Pvt., Co. "C"
Day, John, Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Dearden, Stephen, Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Debow, H.H., Pvt., Co. "K"
Debow, Walter, Pvt., Co. "K"
Deets, B.G., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Deigs, R.P., Sgt., Co. "A"
Devitte, Patrick, Pvt., 1st Co. "C" Dice, Jacob, Pvt., Co. "A"
Dick, Joseph, Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Dickey, D.C., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Dickey, J.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Dickie, D.C., Cpl., 2nd Co. "H"
Dickson, J., Cpl., 2nd Co. "K"
Dickson, R., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Dickwoody, Isaac, Pvt., Co. "F"
Diggs, James M., Pvt., 1st Co. "C"
Diggs, Robert P., Pvt., 1st Co. "A"
Diggs, William F., Cpl., 1st Co. "A"
Dillahunty, W.A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Dillon, Tom, Sgt., 2nd Co. "K"
Dinwiddie, A.A., Sgt., 2nd Co. "F"
Dinwiddie, Madison Bagby, Cpl., 2nd Co. "F"
Dismond, Daniel, Pvt., 1st Co. "C"
Ditterline, W.R., Pvt., Co. "D"
Dodd, Alonzo, Pvt., Co. "E" Dodds, R.L., Cpl., 2nd Co. "B"
Dollahite, J.B., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Dolton, W.R., Pvt., 2nd Co. "B" Doughty, E.M., Pvt., 1st Co. "E"
Doyle, Timothy, Pvt., Co. "B"
Drown, S.R., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Drown, Z.O., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Dublin, E.J., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Duff, W.B., Cpl., 2nd Co. "D"
Duffee, William H., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Dugger, A.H., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Dumas, Thomas, Pvt., 1st Co. "H"
Dumas, W.B., Pvt., 1st Co. "E"
Dunaway, E.J., Sgt., 2nd Co. "D"
Duncan, A.V., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Dunlap, H.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Dunlap, J.P., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Dunning, J.E., Pvt., Co. "D"
Durkin, Michael, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"

Easley, Thomas L., Pvt., Co. "G"
Eaves, William B., Pvt., Co. "G"
Edgar, E.M., Pvt., Co. "A"
Edmiston, R., Pvt., Co. "K"
Edmonds, J.D., "No Rank or Company Mentioned"
Edmonds, William P., Cpl., Co. "G"
Edmunston, Robert, Pvt., Co. "K"
Edmunston, Robert, Pvt., Co. "K"
Edwards, Alvin, Pvt., Co. "D"
Edwards, O.H., A-Quartermaster, "No Company Mentioned"
Edwards, Owen D., Pvt., Co. "C"
Edwards, W.P., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Edwards, Z.D., Pvt., Co. "H"
Elder, W.D., Pvt., Co. "K"
Elkins, W.R., Pvt., Co. "A"
Elliot, N.D., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Elliott, J.M.B., Cpl., Co. "D"
Ellis, A.C., Pvt., Co. "K"
Ellison, S.S., Pvt., Co. "C"
Emery, S.E., Pvt., Co. "C"
Etherridge, Thomas J., Sgt., Co. "G"
Etherridge, W. Fletcher, Pvt., Co. "G"
Evans, Will, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Evitts, Samuel C., Pvt., Co. "D"
Ewell, W.B., Pvt., Co. "L"

Farmer, Alex, Pvt., Co. "E"
Farmer, John H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Farmer, Washington, Pvt., Co. "C"
Farmer, William H., Pvt., Co. "E"
Farrer, G.L., Pvt., Co. "C"
Farris, Alex L., Pvt., Co. "K"
Fautleroy, B.I., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Faust, E., Pvt., Co. "F"
Fields, Henry, Pvt., Co. "F"
Fields, J.A., Pvt., Co. "F"
Fields, Jerrell, Pvt., Co. "D"
Fields, J.N., Pvt., Co. "I"
Fields, W.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Finch, H.F., Pvt., Co. "G"
Finch, James A., Pvt., Co. "G"
Finley, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "A"
Fiser, S.H., Pvt., Co. "E"
Fiser, William, Pvt., Co. "E"
Fisher, William T., Pvt., Co. "K"
Fizer, Sam H., Pvt., Co. "E"
Fizer, William, Pvt., Co. "E"
Flack, John E., Pvt., Co. "I"
Flanagan, J.W., Pvt., Co. "E"
Fletcher, J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Fletcher, J.D., Pvt., Co. "E"
Florence, J.B., Pvt., Co. "C"
Floyd, R.L., Pvt., Co. "C"
Floyd, S.B., Pvt., Co. "F"
Floyd, Sterling, Pvt., Co. "C"
Folley, D.H., 1st Sgt., Co. "G"
Fooshee, Jonah, Pvt., Co. "B"
Fore, F.A., Pvt., Co. "K"
Forest, J.K., Pvt., Co. "E"
Forrest, A., Pvt., Co. "E"
Forrest, G.W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Forrest, Hezekiha, Pvt., Co. "E"
Forrest, John, Pvt., Co. "E"
Forrest, W.J., Pvt., Co. "H"
Forrest, W.S., Pvt., Co. "D"
Fossyth, John, Pvt., Co. "C"
Foster, Abe, Pvt., Co. "F"
Foster, George M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Foster, L.A., Pvt., Co. "F"
Fox, Jesse, Pvt., Co. "F"
Foy, R.H., Pvt., Co. "D"
Frazier, J.L., Pvt., Co. "C"
Frazier, Julian, Pvt., Co. "I"
Freeland, T.M., Pvt., Co. "A"
Freeman, James., Pvt., Co. "F"
Freeman, M.R.E., Pvt., Co. "E"
French, G.A., Pvt., Co. "I"
French, James, Pvt., Co. "I"
French, J.P, Pvt., Co. "I"
Frields, J., Pvt., Co. "D"
Fry, A.J., Pvt., Co. "H"
Fuller, D.G., Pvt., Co. "D"
Fuller, John, Pvt., Co. "D"
Furlong, E.H., Pvt., Co. "K"
Furney, Patrick, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"

Gainer, Edward, Pvt., Co. "C"
Galliger, Dennis, Pvt., Co. "K"
Garner, John, Pvt., Co. "C"
George, Peter, Pvt., Co. "K"
George, R.W, Pvt., Co. "K"
Gibson, Albert, Pvt., Co. "F"
Gibson, B.F., Pvt., Co. "F"
Gibson, John, Pvt., Co. "F"
Gilbert, J.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Gillett, John R., Pvt., Co. "K"
Gipson, Gid, Pvt., Co. "H"
Gipson, G.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Gipson, J.H., Pvt., Co. "A"
Gipson, W.A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Gleney, Patrick, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Gooch, W.R., Pvt., Co. "I"
Goodin, B.A., Pvt., Co. "F"
Gorden, H.C., Pvt., Co. "H"
Gorden, D.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Gorden, W.L., Sgt., Co. "C"
Gore, Isaac, 2nd Sgt., Co. "D"
Gore, James, Pvt., Co. "D"
Gore, James M., Pvt., Co. "B"
Gore, J.D., Pvt., Co. "D"
Gore, J.D., Sgt., Co. "B"
Gore, William, Pvt., Co. "D"
Gore, W.T., Pvt., Co. "B"
Gossett, A.M.C., Pvt., Co. "H"
Gossett, David, Pvt., Co. "H"
Grainger, J.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Grainger, W.L., Pvt., Co. "A"
Grainger, J.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Gray, A.J., Pvt., Co. "A"
Green, Henry, Pvt., Co. "H"
Greer, W.B., Pvt., Co. "F"
Greer, William, Pvt., Co. "F"
Gregory, L., Pvt., Co. "K"
Grenade, W.R., Pvt., Co. "F"
Gross, F.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Gross, J.K., Pvt., Co. "E"
Gross, John R., Pvt., Co. "F"
Guill, E.M., Cpl., Co. "A"
Guill, T.B., Pvt., Co. "A"
Guill, Tilmon L., Pvt., Co. "A"
Gully, D.B., Pvt., Co. "H"
Gwynn, J.W., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"

Haggard, John, Pvt., Co. "D"
Haggard, S.A., Pvt., Co. "K"
Haggard, S.M., Pvt., Co. "D"
Hagler, J.J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Hagler, Joseph J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Hagler, S.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Hagler, Joseph J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Hagler, W.L., Pvt., Co. "G"
Haguewood, Benjamin A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Hall, Alexander, Pvt., Co. "B"
Hall, Ivan, Pvt., Co. "F"
Hall, John W., Cpl., Co. "C"
Hall, Mack, Pvt., Co. "D"
Hall, S.H., Co. "E", "No Rank Mentioned"
Hall, W.D., Pvt., Co. "D"
Hall, William, Pvt., Co. "D"
Hall, William, Pvt., Co. "A"
Hamby, B.C., Pvt., Co. "K"
Hamby, W., Pvt., Co. "K"
Hammond, Alfred, Pvt., Co. "E"
Hancock, Azeriah H., Pvt., Co. "F"
Hancock, James, Pvt., Co. "F"
Hancock, Robert P., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Haney, John, Pvt., Co. "F"
Hannah, T.B., Pvt., Co. "F"
Hannah, W.H., Pvt., Co. "F"
Harper, James T., Pvt., Co. "H"
Harrell, John, Pvt., Co. "D"
Harrell, William, Pvt., Co. "D"
Harris, Clint, Pvt., Co. "E"
Harris, H.H., Pvt., Co. "F"
Harris, J.C., Pvt., Co. "C"
Harris, J.H., Pvt., Co. "E"
Harris, T.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Harris, W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Harris, Wesley, "No Rank or Co. Mentioned"
Harris, William, Pvt., Co. "I"
Hartman, William, Pvt., Co. "I"
Harwell, B.H., Pvt., Co. "B"
Harwell, J.T.C., Pvt., Co. "B"
Hasey, J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Hasting, James, Pvt., Co. "I"
Hasting, J.E., Pvt., Co. "B"
Hasting, W.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Hastings, E.J., Pvt., Co. "I"
Hastings, James, Pvt., Co. "D"
Hastings, J. Clinton, Pvt., Co. "G"
Hastings, J.G., Pvt., Co. "I"
Hastings, William H., Pvt., Co. "G"
Hawley, A.B., Pvt., Co. "C"
Hawley, David, Pvt., Co. "G"
Hayes, William T., Pvt., Co. "D"
Haymes, David E., Pvt., Co. "I"
Haymes, J.R., Pvt., Co. "I"
Hays, George, Pvt., Co. "H"
Hays, William J., Pvt., Co. "H"
Hays, W.T., Pvt., Co. "B"
Hayse, H., Pvt., Co. "K"
Hearn, S.C., Pvt., Co. "F"
Hearte, Westley, Pvt., Co. "B"
Henderson, C.B., Pvt., Co. "K"
Henderson, Pleasant W., Pvt., Co. "H"
Henderson, W.E., Pvt., Co. "H"
Hendrick, E.L., Co. "I", "No Rank Mentioned"
Hendricks, William D., Pvt., Co. "D"
Henry, John H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Henry, M.J., Pvt., Co. "D"
Herndon, W.L., Pvt., Co. "F"
Herrin, W.O., Cpl., Co. "C"
Herron, Al, Pvt., Co. "G"
Hester, E.A., Pvt., Co. "G"
Hester, L., Pvt., Co. "B"
Hester, Pleasant, Pvt., Co. "G"
Hester, W., Pvt., Co. "G"
Hicks, Silas M., Pvt., Co. "C"
Hicks, W.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Higler, W.L., Pvt., Co. "I"
Hill, I.B., Sgt., Co. "B"
Hill, Isaac N., Pvt., Co. "A"
Hill, John, Pvt., Co. "I"
Hill, J.W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Hill, Rufus C., 1st Sgt., Co. "D"
Hill, Seth, Pvt., Co. "H"
Hill, T.N., Pvt., Co. "A"
Hobbs, James, "No Rank or Co. Mentioned"
Hogg, John W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Holder, Pvt., Co. "A"
Holland, Lorenzo D., Sgt., Co. "L"
Holland, M.B., Pvt., Co. "C"
Holland, M.R., Pvt., Co. "C"
Holland, W.I., Pvt., Co. "C"
Holliday, William C., Musician, Co. "G"
Holliday, William H.H., Pvt., Co. "G"
Holliman, Elijah, Pvt., Co. "C"
Holliman, E.P., Pvt., Co. "C"
Hollinsworth, Isaac, Pvt., Co. "H"
Hollman, James M., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Holloman, E., Pvt., Co. "B"
Holloman, John, Pvt., Co. "F"
Holloman, John C., Pvt., Co. "F"
Holly, David, 1st Sgt., Co. "B"
Holt, J.K., Pvt., Co. "A"
Holt, R.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Hood, William, Pvt., Co. "A"
Hooks, G.H., Pvt., Co. "D"
Hooper, Harbison, Pvt., Co. "A"
Hooper, J. Harbison, Pvt., Co. "A"
Hope, J.K., Asst. Commissary of Subsistence, Co. "D", Field & Staff ( unit HQ )
Hopkins, Robert B., Sgt., Co. "K"
Horn, William A., Pvt., Co. "F"
Horsman, S.H., Pvt., Co. "E"
House, John T., Pvt., Co. "D"
Howard, D.B., Qm. Sgt., Co. "A", Field & Staff ( unit HQ )
Hudson, C.C., Pvt., Co. "A"
Hudson, J.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Hudson, Joe G., Pvt., Co. "C"
Hudson, Joseph G., Sgt., Co. "C"
Hudson, Obee C., Pvt., Co. "C"
Huffman, W.J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Huggins, A.B., Pvt., Co. "D"
Hugges, John S., Pvt., Co. "G"
Humphreys, William, Pvt., Co. "D"
Hurtman, William, Pvt., Co. "I"

Irvin, James M., Pvt., Co. "I"

Jackson, Daniel W., Pvt., Co. "G"
Jackson, George, Pvt., Co. "L"
Jackson, Robert, Pvt., Co. "G"
Jackson, R.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Jackson, Thomas P., Sgt., Co. "A"
Jaco, William W., Co. "A", "No Rank Mentioned"
Jammerson, Jefferson, Pvt., Co. "B"
Janes, John W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Jenkins, James, Pvt., Co. "A"
Jenkins, J.H., Pvt., Co. "A"
Jobe, D.S., Pvt., Co. "B"
Johns, B.F., Pvt., Co. "K"
Johnson, J.B., Sgt., Co. "K"
Johnson, Lazarus S., Sgt., Co. "H"
Johnson, M.M., Sgt., Co. "H"
Johnson, Robert P., Pvt., Co. "C"
Johnston, J.M., Sgt., Co. "H"
Johnston, R.P., Pvt., Co. "B"
Jolly, A.C., Pvt., Co. "H"
Jones, Burwell, Pvt., Co. "C"
Jones, Eli M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Jones, Harrison S., Sgt., Co. "B"
Jones, J.A., Sgt., Co. "F"
Jones, J.L., Pvt., Co. "B"
Jones, Pen, Pvt., Co. "H"
Jones, R. Allen, Pvt., Co. "G"
Jones, S.D., Pvt., Co. "E"
Jones, Solomon, Pvt., Co. "C"
Jones, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "F"
Jones, T.M., Sgt., Co. "K"
Jones, Virgil A., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Jordan, Berry, "No Rank or Co. Mentioned"
Jorden, Berry, Pvt., Co. "C"

Karney, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "C"
Kee, William Riley, Co. "M", "No Rank Mentioned"
Kendall, James, Pvt., Co. "G"
Kendall, J.F., Pvt., Co. "E"
Kendall, Samuel P., Sgt., Co. "G"
Kendall, Thomas Jeff, Co. "G", "No Rank Mentioned"
Kendall, W. Frank, Pvt., Co. "G"
Kendall, William F., Pvt., Co. "B"
Kennedy, Patrick, Sgt., Co. "H"
Kennedy, W.A., Pvt., Co. "F"
Kennerly, J.G.L., Pvt., Co. "D"
Kennerly, Phillip, Sgt., Co. "D"
Kesley, S.B., "No Rank or Co. Mentioned"
Kesterson, J.P., Sgt., Co. "D"
Key, G.S., Cpl., Co. "B"
Key, Riley, Cpl., Co. "H"
Key, W.C., Pvt., Co. "A"
Killebrew, F.M., Pvt., Co. "E"
Kilvan, James, Pvt., Co. "C"
King, A.H., Cpl., Co. "K"
King, Jesse, Pvt., Co. "A"
King, R.N., Pvt., Co. "A"
King, S.N., Pvt., Co. "A"
King, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "H"
Kirby, Richmond P., Pvt., Co. "I"
Kirk, H.C., Pvt., Co. "H"
Kirk, John C., Cpl., Co. "K"
Kittrell, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "K"
Koen, Milton Green, Sgt., Co. "B"
Kyle, J.T., Pvt., Co. "D"

Lacey, Richard J., Pvt., Co. "C"
Lafloor, J.T., Pvt., Co. "F"
Lamb, A.M., Pvt., Co. "B"
Lamb, H.R., Pvt., Co. "B"
Lamb, J.P., Pvt., Co. "B"
Lamb, S.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Lamb, Thomas W., Pvt., Co. "B"
Lamott, J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Landus, J.S., Pvt., Co. "K"
Lane, T.J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Langley, John, Pvt., Co. "H"
Langley, William R., Pvt., Co. "H"
Langly, George, Pvt., Co. "H"
Lankford, John A.H., Cpl., Co. "F"
Lankford, W.S., Pvt., Co. "F"
Lanthrip, J.T., Pvt., Co. "K"
Lashlee, Rufus, Pvt., Co. "C"
Lashlee, W.H., Cpl., Co. "C"
Laurie, H.A.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Lawrence, T.K., Cpl., Co. "B"
Lawson, J.K.P., Cpl., Co. "K"
Lax, J.T., Pvt., Co. "A"
Lee, G.I., Pvt., Co. "G"
Lee, Luke M., Pvt., Co. "G"
Legate, J.W., Sgt., Co. "H"
Legraves, W.T., Pvt., Co. "C"
Lenard, Terry, Pvt., Co. "C"
Lewis, James Logan, Sgt., Co. "I"
Lewis, John L., Sgt., Co. "I"
Lewis, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "H"
Liles, D.H., Cpl., Co. "I" Liles, W.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Liles, William, Pvt., Co. "H"
Lilly, W.G., Pvt., Co. "I"
Lindsey, W.H., Pvt., Co. "F"
Lipe, James D., Pvt., Co. "I"
Lockheart, E., Pvt., Co. "C"
Looney, Edward T., Cpl., Co. "C"
Looney, J.D., Pvt., Co. "F"
Lord, S.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Lorence, T.K., "No Rank or Co. Mentioned"
Lowry, G.W., Pvt., Co. "H"
Lowry, J.N., Cpl., Co. "I"
Lowry, V.P., Pvt., Co. "I"
Lowry, W.H., Sgt., Co. "I"

Mabry, Thomas A., Pvt., Co. "I"
Mackey, Andrew, Pvt., Co. "H"
Madden, J.M., Pvt., Co. "A"
Madden, John, Pvt., Co. "C"
Maffatt, James G., Pvt., Co. "F"
Mains, Levie, Pvt., Co. "I"
Malin, James, Pvt., Co. "H"
Malin, W.C., Pvt., Co. "H"
Mallory, James M., Pvt., Co. "G"
Malone, J.H., Pvt., Co. "B"
Malone, R.F., Pvt., Co. "I"
Maning, Mike, Pvt., Co. "A"
Manning, E.G, Pvt., Co. "H"
Marchbanks, John T., Pvt., Co. "C"
Marchbanks, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "H"
Marchbanks, T.J., Pvt., Co. "C"
Marchbanks, T.W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Marcom, T.W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Markham, Jackson M., Pvt., Co. "G"
Markham, W.J., Pvt., Co. "G"
Martin, H.H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Martin, J.J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Martin, W.C., Pvt., Co. "I"
Martin, William, Pvt., Co. "C"
Martin, William M., Pvt., Co. "C"
Massey, Robert, Pvt., Co. "H"
Matheny, J.L., Pvt., Co. "E"
Mathews, John D., Pvt., Co. "D"
Mathis, J.W., Pvt., Co. "B"
Maxwell, John W., Pvt., Co. "B"
Maxwell, Marion, Pvt., Co. "B"
Maxwell, M.Y., Pvt., Co. "B"
Maxwell, William M., Pvt., Co. "C"
May, T.L., Pvt., Co. "F"
Maynard, John H., Pvt., Co. "C"
McAdoo, P.P., Pvt., Co. "I"
McAdoo, R.E., Pvt., Co. "F"
McAllen, Newton H., Pvt., Co. "D"
McBride, Hugh M., Pvt., Co. "C"
McClain, G.W., Cpl., Co. "B"
McCloud, Matcombe, Pvt., Co. "C"
McClure, David P., Sgt., Co. "D"
McClure, Elijah, Sgt., Co. "D"
McClure, J.S., Pvt., Co. "G"
McClure, William M., Sgt., Co. "D"
McConnell, J.W., Pvt., Co. "H"
McCord, J.C., Pvt., Co. "I"
McCreiston, M.L., Pvt., Co. "A"
McCrory, James, Pvt., Co. "D"
McCrory, R.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
McCuin, W.A., Pvt., Co. "D"
McCullough, J.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
McDaniel, Charles, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
McDaniel, J.A., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
McDowell, John, Pvt., Co. "H"
McElyea, John, Pvt., Co. "C"
McEwing, W.A., "No Rank or Co. Mentioned"
McFarland, A., Pvt., Co. "K"
McFarland, John D., Pvt., Co. "G"
McGann, James, Pvt., Co. "E"
McGehee, Charles B.G., Pvt., Co. "B"
McGill, F.M., Pvt., Co. "H"
McGill, James M., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
McGill, J.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
McGill, T.J., Pvt., Co. "C"
McGinnis, T.J., Pvt., Co. "I"
McGuire, Francis M., Pvt., Co. "D"
McIlwain, William G., Pvt., Co. "H"
McLain, P.M.D., Pvt., Co. "B"
McLaughlin, William B., Pvt., Co. "K" McManus, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "K"
McMeans, Thomas E., Pvt., Co. "E"
McMichael, J.F., Co. "E", "No Rank Mentioned"
McMichael, Joseph F., Pvt., Co. "A"
McMoker, I., Pvt., Co. "D"
McMullin, Alexander, Pvt., Co. "D"
McNeely, M.N., Sgt., Co. "H" McWherter, B.P., Pvt., Co. "H"
Meacham, A.J., Pvt., Co. "A"
Mealstead, John, Pvt., Co. "A"
Medley, John, Co. "B"", No Rank Mentioned"
Medlin, Samuel H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Melrose, Henry, Pvt., Co. "K"
Melton, Berry M., Pvt., Co. "C"
Melton, John A., Pvt., Co. "C"
Melton, Samuel H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Merrick, William H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Merrill, John G., Pvt., Co. "G"
Merrill, William P., Pvt., Co. "G"
Middleton, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "D"
Milam, John G., Pvt., Co. "F"
Milam, Lawrence L., Pvt., Co. "C"
Milam, M.G., Pvt., Co. "C"
Milan, Marcus D., Pvt., Co. "C"
Miliar, A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Miller, Alexander H., Pvt., Co. "K"
Miller, J.H., Pvt., Co. "F"
Miller, J.T.J., Pvt., Co. "C"
Miller, Samuel A., Pvt., Co. "D"
Miller, T.B., Pvt., Co. "B"
Miller, William, Pvt., Co. "C"
Miller, William H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Milliken, Spencer, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Mitchell, James N., Pvt., Co. "A"
Mitchell, J.D., Fifer, Co. "C"
Mitchell, J.N., Pvt., Co. "A"
Mitchell, John Robert, Pvt., Co. "I"
Mitchell, J.R., Pvt., Co. "F"
Mitchell, Mark, Pvt., Co. "I"
Mitchell, W.F., Pvt., Co. "K"
Mitchell, W.P., Pvt., Co. "A"
Montgomery, J.C., Pvt., Co. "B"
Moody, G.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Moody, John, Pvt., Co. "H"
Moody, R.A., Pvt., Co. "I"
Moody, Robert, Pvt., Co. "H"
Moody, W.A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Mooney, A.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Mooney, M.B., Pvt., Co. "D"
Moore, A.W., Pvt., Co. "F"
Moore, James, Pvt., Co. "K"
Moore, John, Pvt., Co. "E"
Moore, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "C"
Mogan, J.M., Cpl., Co. "K"
Mogan, John, Pvt., Co. "A"
Morphis, L.A., Pvt., Co. "F"
Morris, A., Pvt., Co. "G"
Morris, John Pitts, Pvt., Co. "C"
Morris, M.V., Pvt., Co. "F"
Morris, Tandy G., Pvt., Co. "D"
Morrison, W.Z., Pvt., Co. "D"
Morrow, Hugh J., "No Rank or Co. Mentioned"
Morrow, James C., Pvt., Co. "I"
Morrow, J.J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Morton, B.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Mowin, W.G., Pvt., Co. "B"
Moxley, J.T., Pvt., Co. "K"
Moxley, Peter, Pvt., Co. "K"
Moxley, W.C., Pvt., Co. "K"
Mullen, Patrick, Pvt., Co. "C"
Mullins, R.G., Pvt., Co. "F"
Murphy, J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Murray, John, Pvt., Co. "F"
Murrell, Henry M., Pvt., Co. "D"
Murrell, J.H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Murrell, J.L., Pvt., Co. "D"
Murrell, J.P., Pvt., Co. "D"
Murrell, R.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Myers, Henderson, Co. "E", "No Rank Mentioned"
Myrick, R.J., Pvt., Co. "C"

Nairon, Green V., Pvt., Co. "A"
Nairon, Hampton D., Pvt., Co. "A"
Nance, Leander H., Pvt., Co. "G"
Nance, Payton S., Cpl., Co. "B"
Nash, J.W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Nash, William J., Pvt., Co. "I"
Neese, E.H., Pvt., Co. "A"
Newton, B.F., Pvt., Co. "D"
Newton, R.L., Pvt., Co. "F"
Nicholes, J.H., "No Rank or Co. Mentioned"
Nichols, A.M., Pvt., Co. "A"
Nichols, G.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Nichols, J.H., Pvt., Co. "F"
Nichols, Mathew W., Cpl., Co. "C"
Nichols, S.S., Pvt., Co. "F"
Nolin, J.D., Pvt., Co. "F"
Nored, Wash D., Pvt., Co. "G"
Nored, William C., Pvt., Co. "G"
Nowel, Nelson, Sgt., Co. "H"
Nunley, George, Pvt., Co. "A"

O'Brian, John, Pvt., Co. "F"
O'Brion, M., Pvt., Co. "K"
O'Daniel, J.F., Pvt., Co. "I"
O'Daniel, J.J., Pvt., Co. "I"
Odel, Jeremiah, Pvt., Co. "H"
Olive, J.T., Sgt., Co. "F"
Olive, L.W., Pvt., Co. "H"
Olive, R.B., Cpl., Co. "A"
Oliver, James M., Pvt., Co. "A"
Oliver, J.S., Cpl., Co. "H"
Oliver, M.C., Pvt., Co. "A"
Oliver, M.N., Sgt., Co. "A"
Oliver, W.C., Cpl., Co. "H"
O'Neal, Henry, Pvt., Co. "C"
Oriah, John, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Overby, R.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Owen, G.R., Pvt., Co. "H"
Owenby, C.B., Pvt., Co. "F"
Owens, B.R., Pvt., Co. "I"
Owens, James H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Owens, Samuel H., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Ownby, Cahal Polk, Pvt., Co. "A"
Ownby, J.R., Pvt., Co. "H"
Ownby, M.B., Pvt., Co. "H"

Pafford, J.H., Pvt., Co. "E"
Pafford, J.W., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Palmer, S.D., Pvt., Co. "I"
Parish, Joshua, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Parish, J.T., Pvt., Co. "C"
Parish, T.B., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Parish, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "E"
Parker, J.F., Cpl., 2nd Co. "D"
Parker, Mathew, Pvt., Co. "K"
Parker, Moses Simon, Sgt., Co. "C"
Parker, Philips, Pvt., Co. "D"
Parks, A.J., Sgt., Co. "H"
Parks, G.W., Pvt., Co. "H"
Parrish, J., Pvt., Co. "I"
Paschal, E.P., Pvt., Co. "B"
Paschal, Ezekiel, Pvt., Co. "B"
Paschal, James, Pvt., Co. "B"
Paschal, J.T., Pvt., Co. "B"
Paschal, T.L., Pvt., Co. "B"
Patterson, John, Pvt., Co. "F"
Patterson, Thomas J., Sgt., Co. "I"
Patterson, W.D., Pvt., Co. "I"
Paty, Daniel L., Cpl., Co. "B"
Paulsgrove, John, Pvt., Co. "K"
Peebles, J.K., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Peebles, J.R., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Pegram, F.V., Pvt., Co. "H"
Penick, J.O., Pvt., Co. "F"
Peppers, John, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Perrin, J.M., Pvt., Co. "A"
Perry, H.L., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Perry, Joseph W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Perry, J.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Perry, W.W., Cpl., Co. "A"
Petree, W.E., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Petty, J.N., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Pfleuger, J.L., Pvt., Co. "A"
Pfleuger, T.J., Pvt., Co. "A"
Philips, R.H., Pvt., 1st Co. "H"
Phillips, T.C., Pvt., Co. "H"
Phillips, T.L., Pvt., Co. "H"
Phillips, W.A., Pvt., Co. "F"
Phillips, William, Pvt., 1st Co. "F"
Pierce, J.R., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Pierce, L.A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "C"
Piercey, James, Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Piercey, Zodack, Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Pillow, J.W., Cpl., 2nd Co. "D"
Pinkston, C.G., Pvt., 2nd Co. "K"
Pinson, J.H., Sgt., 2nd Co. "I"
Pippins, William, Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Pope, Samuel H., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Porter, J.L., Sgt., Co. "F"
Porter, W.H., Sgt., Co. "F"
Porter, W.W., Pvt., Co. "F"
Postlethwaite, J.T., Pvt., Co. "E"
Potts, C.F., Pvt., Co. "G"
Potts, T.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Powell, G.W., Pvt., Co. "K"
Powell, J.A., Pvt., Co. "D"
Powell, James, Pvt., Co. "E"
Powers, W.J.T., Pvt., Co. "A"
Poyer, G.T., Cpl., Co. "B"
Poyer, S.L., Pvt., Co. "B"
Poyer, T.W., Sgt., Co. "B"
Prather, Charles G., Pvt., Co. "K"
Pratt, G.W., Cpl., Co. "H"
Presson, J.L., Pvt., Co. "C"
Price, J.R., Pvt., Co. "K"
Price, L.D., Pvt., Co. "H"
Price, R.T., Pvt., Co. "H"
Price, W.R., Pvt., Co. "H"
Prichett, J.N., Pvt., Co. "C"
Prince, William F., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Pritchett, J.W., Co. "C", "No Rank Mentioned"
Provine, C.B., Sgt., Co. "D"
Puckett, W.S., Pvt., Co. "I"

Quigley, J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Quillin, Thomas, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Quinn, J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Quinn, John, Pvt., Co. "H"
Quinn, Peter F., Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"

Raines, J.W., Pvt., Co. "G"
Raines, Reuben P., Pvt., Co. "G"
Ralls, Francis M., Co. "M", "No Rank Mentioned"
Ramey, John C., Pvt., Co. "K"
Ramey, S.R., Pvt., Co. "K"
Ramsey, A., Pvt., Co. "H"
Randle, J.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Randle, T.G., Pvt., Co. "A"
Randle, T.J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Rasberry, Robert, Pvt., Co. "C"
Rathburn, R.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Ratteree, T.J., Pvt., Co. "A"
Rawls, Samuel H., Pvt., Co. "G"
Ray, G.S., Pvt., Co. "K"
Ray, J.B., Pvt., Co. "K"
Ray, Joseph A., Pvt., Co. "A"
Ray, Randolph, Pvt., Co. "C"
Ray, W.F., 1st Sgt., Co. "K"
Reagen, Timothy, Pvt., Co. "C"
Reddick, James, Pvt., Co. "C"
Reddick, J.H., Co. "E", "No Rank Mentioned"
Renehen, Patrick, Pvt., Co. "C"
Renfro, Hugh M., Pvt., Co. "C"
Rennolds, J.S., Cpl., Co. "D"
Reordan, Michael, Cpl., "No Company Mentioned"
Revill, Richard R., Pvt., Co. "I"
Reynolds, Churchill, Pvt., Co. "D"
Reynolds, E.T., Pvt., Co. "F"
Reynolds, P., Pvt., Co. "H"
Reynolds, Patrick, Pvt., Co. "M"
Reynolds, R.J., Pvt., Co. "H"
Reynolds, W.H., Pvt., Co. "F"
Rhodes, Augustus, Pvt., Co. "C"
Rhodes, W.H., Pvt., Co. "G"
Richardson, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "H"
Richford, William, Pvt., Co. "L"
Ridgway, G.M., Cpl., Co. "H"
Ridgway, S.T., Pvt., Co. "D"
Ridgway, W.R., Pvt., Co. "H"
Ridgway, W.W., Pvt., Co. "H"
Ridley, T.L., Pvt., Co. "F"
Riethmeir, John, Co. "A", "No Rank Mentioned"
Rigsby, R.D., Pvt., Co. "A"
Riley, James, Pvt., Co. "G"
Riley, John, Pvt., Co. "C"
Roach, L.W, Cpl., Co. "K"
Robbins, S.C., Pvt., Co. "I"
Robertson, G.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Robertson, James W., Pvt., Co. "G"
Robertson, William, Pvt., Co. "F"
Robins, S.C., Pvt., Co. "I"
Robinson, F.C., Pvt., Co. "F"
Rodgers, Andrew, Pvt., Co. "F"
Rodgers, J.A., Pvt., Co. "F"
Rogers, J.C., Pvt., Co. "H"
Rogers, J.E., Pvt., Co. "D"
Rogers, L.H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Rogers, R.C., Pvt., Co. "D"
Rolls, E.E., Pvt., Co. "F"
Rolls, Frank, Pvt., Co. "G"
Rooks, James R., Pvt., Co. "F"
Rose, George W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Rose, Henry M., Pvt., Co. "C"
Rose, Robert C., Pvt., Co. "C"
Ross, J.R.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Rowe, W.F., Pvt., Co. "K"
Rumbley, E. Wash, Pvt., Co. "G"
Rumbley, William L., Pvt., Co. "G"
Rumley, J.M., Pvt., Co. "G"
Runley, Harvey, Pvt., Co. "H"
Rushing, G.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Rushing, J.F., Pvt., Co. "F"
Rushing, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "C"
Russel, W.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Russell, J.H., Pvt., Co. "F"
Russell, M.P., Pvt., Co. "F"
Russell, R.B., Pvt., Co. "K"
Russell, William, Pvt., Co. "B"
Russell, William T., Pvt., Co. "H"
Rust, W.W., Pvt., Co. "C"
Rutherford, John H., Pvt., Co. "A"
Ryan, Edward, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"
Ryan, John, Pvt., "No Company Mentioned"

Samford, Marshall, Co. "A", "No Rank Mentioned"
Samson, L.B., Pvt., Co. "C"
Sanders, J.E., Pvt., Co. "E"
Sanders, Joseph, Pvt., Co. "H"
Sanford, Marshall A., Co. "G", "No Rank Mentioned"
Sawyer, Daniel, Pvt., Co. "K"
Sawyer, Joseph, Pvt., Co. "K"
Sayles, James I., Co. "E", "No Rank Mentioned"
Sayles, J.E., Cpl., Co. "C"
Scoby, J.D., Pvt., Co. "F"
Scott, B.K., Cpl., Co. "I"
Scott, J.B., Pvt., Co. "B"
Scott, Z., Pvt., Co. "D"
Scurlock, James K., Co. "E", "No Rank Mentioned"
Seaton, E.G., Pvt., Co. "D"
Seaton, Green, Pvt., Co. "B"
Seaton, J.B., Cpl., Co. "B"
Seawright, Alexander, Pvt., Co. "C"
Selley, George W., Pvt., Co. "E"
Serrett, A.L., Pvt., Co. "C"
Sever, W.R., Pvt., Co. "A"
Shaufuer, Dan, Pvt., Co. "I"
Shaw, S.H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Shaw, W.B., Pvt., Co. "K"
Shehen, Patrick, Pvt., Co. "C"
Shell, J.R., Pvt., Co. "B"
Shenehan, P., Pvt., Co. "C"
Shenehan, Cornelius, Pvt., Co. "C"
Sheridan, A.H., Pvt., Co. "E"
Shields, Michael, Pvt., Co. "C"
Shockley, Lewis, Pvt., Co. "C"
Short, T.S., Pvt., Co. "H"
Shults, L.T., Pvt., Co. "A"
Simmons, Abraham, Pvt., Co. "A"
Simmons, E.W., Cpl., Co. "I"
Simmons, Henry, Pvt., Co. "I"
Simmons, J.M.A., Pvt., Co. "I"
Simmons, S.S., Pvt., Co. "F"
Simmons, William H., Cpl., Co. "G"
Simmons, W.S., Pvt., Co. "A"
Sims, B.L., Pvt., Co. "E"
Sims, W.D., Pvt., Co. "H"
Sims, W.M., Pvt., Co. "H"
Sincel, F.M., Pvt., Co. "D"
Smalley, J.A., Pvt., Co. "C"
Smalley, J.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Smiley, J. William, Pvt., Co. "G"
Smiley, Samuel, Pvt., Co. "F"
Smith, A.J., Pvt., Co. "H"
Smith, A.J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Smith, E.P., Pvt., Co. "G"
Smith, J. Frank, 1st Sgt., Co. "G"
Smith, J.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Smith, J.L., Pvt., Co. "G"
Smith, J.S., Pvt., Co. "B"
Smith, J.S., Pvt., Co. "G"
Smith, J.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Smith, T.J., Pvt., Co. "B"
Smith, W.W., Pvt., Co. "B"
Smotherman, Gid, Pvt., Co. "E"
Snider, H.B., Pvt., Co. "C"
Snider, J.H., Pvt., Co. "E"
Snodgrass, A.J., Pvt., Co. "E"
Snyder, Berry, Pvt., Co. "C"
Somers, F.S., Pvt., Co. "B"
Somers, H., Pvt., Co. "D"
Somers, P.L., Pvt., Co. "D"
Spain, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "E"
Sparks, B.N., Pvt., Co. "I"
Speight, F.M., Pvt., Co. "H"
Speight, S.W., Pvt., Co. "H"
Spence, Dood, Co. "C", "No Rank Mentioned"
Spence, J.A., Pvt., Co. "C"
Spence, John, Pvt., Co. "C"
Spence, W.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Spofford, J.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Stafford, M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Stagner, George, Pvt., Co. "E"
Stagner, J.H, Pvt., Co. "B"
Stagner, J.H, Pvt., Co. "C"
Stagner, S.H, Pvt., Co. "E"
Stagner, W.O, Pvt., Co. "E"
Stagnet, James, Pvt., Co. "C"
Staguer, James I., Pvt., Co. "D"
Stalls, Lafayette B., Sgt., Co. "C"
Stanfield, S.H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Stanley, P.W., Pvt., Co. "K"
Stayton, G.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Steel, L.L., Pvt., Co. "D"
Stephens, Eli A., Pvt., Co. "B"
Stephens, W.C., Sgt., Co. "B"
Stephens, W.H., Pvt., Co. "B"
Stevenson, S.B., Pvt., Co. "H"
Stewart, N.T., Pvt., Co. "G"
Stigall, H.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Stigall, William, Pvt., Co. "H"
Stiles, John Wesley, Pvt., Co. "B"
Stiles, Robert D. Lafait, Pvt., Co. "D"
Stiles, William Ferguson, Pvt., Co. "B"
Story, W.H., Pvt., Co. "D"
Street, William D., Pvt., Co. "A"
Stroud, J.J., Pvt., Co. "I"
Stroud, Thomas J., Pvt., Co. "G"
Stubbs, N.J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Stunson, J.H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Sullivan, J.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Sullivan, L.T., Pvt., Co. "F"
Summers, F.S., Pvt., Co. "D"
Summers, Joseph, Pvt., Co. "C"
Suratt, Jacob Alva, Co. "E", "No Rank Mentioned"
Surratt, Al, Pvt., Co. "C"
Swaringen, W.T., Pvt., Co. "F"
Sweatt, A.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Swor, G.W.L., Sgt., Co. "A"
Swor, W.R., Pvt., Co. "A"

Taylor, A.J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Taylor, B.F., Sgt., Co. "F"
Taylor, G.A., Cpl., Co. "A"
Taylor, G.N., Pvt., Co. "K"
Taylor, John W., Sgt., Co. "A"
Taylor, Joseph, Pvt., Co. "D"
Taylor, Joseph R., Pvt., Co. "K"
Taylor, James H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Taylor, L., Pvt., Co. "I"
Taylor, R.H., Pvt., Co. "F"
Taylor, W.R., Pvt., Co. "F"
Tedder, John, Pvt., Co. "H"
Templeton, D.R., Pvt., Co. "B"
Terry, Michael, Pvt., Co. "E"
Tevis, Robert H., Pvt., Co. "G"
Thomas, A.W., Pvt., Co. "K"
Thomas, H.B., Pvt., Co. "F"
Thomas, M.J., Pvt., Co. "K"
Thomas, M.L., Pvt., Co. "F"
Thomason, G.W., Pvt., Co. "F"
Thompson, A.W., Pvt., Co. "B"
Thompson, F.G., Pvt., Co. "A"
Thompson, H.A., Pvt., Co. "G"
Thompson, H.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Thompson, Jackson, Pvt., Co. "B"
Thompson, J.M., Pvt., Co. "B"
Thompson, John, Pvt., Co. "D"
Thompson, John, Pvt., Co. "B"
Thompson, John J., Pvt., Co. "A"
Thompson, Matt, Pvt., Co. "D"
Thompson, M.N., Pvt., Co. "B"
Thompson, N.M., Pvt., Co. "B"
Thompson, R.V., Co. "D",
Thompson, Sam W., 1st Sgt., Co. "A"
Thompson, W.A., Cpl., Co. "H"
Thompson, W.F., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Thompson, W.G., Pvt., 2nd Co. "B"
Thompson, W.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Thompson, William D., Pvt., Co. "B"
Thompson, W.J., Pvt., Co. "C"
Thomson, Frank, Pvt., Co. "H"
Thornton, B.F., Pvt., Co. "H"
Thornton, George, Pvt., Co. "H"
Thornton, Henry, Pvt., Co. "H"
Thornton, James, Pvt., Co. "C"
Thornton, J.D., Pvt., Co. "C"
Thornton, John, Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Thornton, T.A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Thornton, W.J., Cpl., 2nd Co. "C"
Throgmorton, William, Pvt., Co. "C"
Thuey, Michael, Cpl., Co. "E" Tibbs, H. Martin, Pvt., Co. "D"
Timmons, J.H., Pvt., Co. "H"
Tipton, W.H., Pvt., Co. "E"
Todd, J.M., Co. "H",
Totty, B.A., Sgt., 2nd Co. "C"
Tow, Andrew, Pvt., Co. "E"
Travis, J.W., Pvt., Co. "I"
Trevathan, A.G., Pvt., 2nd Co. "F"
Trevathan, V.C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Tribble, J.W., Pvt., Co. "F"
Trousdale, Alexander, Pvt., Co. "A"
Trousdale, F.G., Pvt., Co. "G"
Trout, C., Pvt., Co. "K"
Trout, S., Pvt., Co. "K"
Tubbs, Manuel, Pvt., Co. "H"
Turberville, James H., 1st Sgt., Co. "I"
Turberville, John T., Pvt., Co. "G"
Turberville, Samuel H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Turberville, W.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Turner, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "B"
Tyller, H.A., Sgt., 2nd Co. "K"
Tyler, H.M., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Tyler, Hugh C., Pvt., Co. "A"
Tyler, James P., Cpl., 2nd Co. "K"

Underwood, John, Pvt., Co. "F"
Upchurch, Frank M., Pvt., Co. "G"
Upchurch, G.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Upchurch, J.T., Pvt., Co. "B"
Utley, G.W., Pvt., Co. "H"
Utley, John, Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"

Vancleave, J.J., Pvt., 2nd Co. "I"
Vaness, T.F., Pvt., Co. "G"
Vaughan, J.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Vaughn, James T., Pvt., Co. "G"
Vaughn, J.T., Pvt., Co. "I"
Vaughn, J.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Vaughn, William M., Pvt., Co. "G"
Veazey, J.F., Pvt., Co. "H"
Vanable, James M., Pvt., Co. "G"
Vanable, Joe S., Pvt., Co. "B"
Vanable, John, Pvt., Co. "G"
Vanable, Joseph S., Pvt., Co. "G"
Vest, Wiseman, Pvt., Co. "D"
Vinson, Ben, Pvt., Co. "F"

Wade, R.A., Pvt., Co. "B"
Walker, C.P., Pvt., 2nd Co. "D"
Walker, E.H., Pvt., Co. "A"
Walker, J.A., Pvt., 2nd Co. "H"
Walker, James H., Pvt., Co. "D"
Walker, J.H., Cpl., Co. "B"
Walker, J.N., Pvt., Co. "H"
Walker, John B., 1st Sgt., Co. "H"
Walker, J.W., Pvt., Co. "B"
Wall, H.M., Pvt., Co. "B"
Wall, J.M., Pvt., Co. "B"
Wall, Mit, Pvt., Co. "D"
Wall, R.F., Pvt., Co. "B"
Wallace, Edward, Pvt., Co. "F"
Waller, J.W., Pvt., Co. "D"
Walls, J.W., Co. "C"
Walters, R.A., Pvt., Co. "I"
Wamick, J.A., Pvt., Co. "I"
Ward, J.F., Pvt., Co. "H"
Ward, John S., Pvt., Co. "H"
Ward, Robert, Pvt., Co. "C"
Ward, W.G., Pvt., Co. "B"
Ward, William G., Pvt., Co. "G"
Ward, W.R., Pvt., Co. "C"
Ward, W.T., Pvt., Co. "F"
Warmack, William, Pvt., Co. "C"
Warren, Robert B., Pvt., Co. "C"
Watson, H.T., Pvt., Co. "K"
Watson, James K., Sgt.
Watson, J.P., Pvt., Co. "A"
Watson, J.T.J., Pvt., Co. "A"
Watson, Patrick, Pvt.
Webb, B.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Webb, J.M., Pvt., Co. "H"
Welch, William, Pvt., Co. "C"
Ward, Julius T., Musician, Co. "D"
Welsh, William, Pvt., Co. "C"
West, Robert, Pvt., Co. "D"
Whaland, O., Pvt., Co. "G"
Wharton, James H., Cpl., Co. "C"
Wheatley, J.H., Pvt., Co. "C"
Wheeler, J.T., Pvt., Co. "D"
White, F.E., 1st Sgt., Co. "F"
White, H.L., Pvt., Co. "H"
White, James, Pvt., Co. "F"
White, Robert E., Pvt., Co. "C"
White, T.J., Pvt.
Whitfield, James, Pvt., Co. "A"
Whitfield, Nudham, Pvt., Co. "A"
Whiticar, John, Pvt., Co. "F"
Whiticar, W.D., Pvt., Co. "F"
Whorton, James H., Cpl., Co. "C"
Wicker, P.D., Pvt., Co. "B"
Wiggins, J.C., Pvt., Co. "D"
Wiles, John W., Pvt., Co. "K"
Wilkerson, William W.
Wilkinson, Elihu, Pvt., Co. "A"
Williams, Americus L., Pvt., Co. "I"
Williams, Charles S., Cpl., Co. "A"
Williams, D.A., Pvt., Co. "B"
Williams, Harrison, Cpl., Co. "G"
Williams, James B., Pvt., Co. "F"
Williams, J.B., Pvt., Co. "G"
Williams, L.M., Pvt., Co. "I"
Williams, Nathan, Sgt., Co. "G"
Williams, R.W., Cpl., Co. "A"
Williams, S., Pvt., Co. "I"
Williams, S.B.L., Pvt., Co. "A"
Williams, S.C., Pvt., Co. "A"
Williams, S.G., Pvt., Co. "A"
Williams, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "E"
Willis, D.G., Pvt., Co. "D"
Willis, E.E., Pvt., Co. "D"
Willis, W.L., Pvt., Co. "D"
Wiloughby, Edward, Pvt., Co. "B"
Wilson, A.T., Drummer, Co. "C"
Wilson, J.D., Pvt., Co. "B"
Wilson, J.G., Pvt., Co. "D"
Wilson, John D., Pvt.
Wilson, L.G., Pvt., Co. "A"
Wilson, Lincey, Pvt., Co. "A"
Wilson, M.L., Pvt., Co. "D"
Wilson, O.T., Co. "E"
Wilson, P.B., Pvt., Co. "B"
Wilson, Pink, Pvt., Co. "D"
Wilson, S.D., Pvt., Co. "D"
Wimberly, F.N., Pvt., Co. "C"
Wimbish, W.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Winfree, H.Q., Co. "I"
Winn, Jesse, Cpl., Co. "A"
Winse, J.M., Pvt., Co. "G"
Winsett, J. Martin, Pvt., Co. "G"
Wisehart, B. Latin, Cpl., Co. "G"
Wisehart, Benjamin L., Co. "B"
Wiseman, John, Pvt., Co. "H"
Wiseman, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "H"
Wiseman, W.H., Pvt., Co. "K"
Womack, William, Pvt., Co. "C"
Womack, William O., Co. "D"
Wood, M., Pvt., Co. "I"
Woodcock, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "C"
Woodlock, Thomas, Pvt., Co. "C"
Woods, J.N., Pvt., Co. "B"
Workman, H.A., Pvt., Co. "I"
Workman, Isaiah C., Pvt., Co. "E"
Workman, W.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Workman, Z.J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Works, J.W., Co. "A"
Worley, David, Co. "G"
Worley, D.B., Co. "E",
Worsham, J.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Worshaur, J.W., Pvt., Co. "A"
Wright, Albert C., Pvt., 2nd Co. "G"
Wright, Eli J., Pvt., Co. "F"
Wright, G.M., Pvt., Co. "F"
Wright, John, Pvt., Co. "F"
Wynn, T.J., 1st Sgt., Co. "A"
Wynns, George H., Sgt., Co. "I"
Wynns, H.H., Pvt., Co. "I"
Wynns, Jesse S., Pvt., Co. "A"
Wynns, J.W., Pvt., Co. "B"
Wynns, T.W., Pvt., Co. "I"

Yates, Calvin, Ovt., Co.E
Yates, George W., Pvt., Co, F
Yates, James M., Pvt., Co, F
Young, D.E., Pvt., Co. F
Young, Henry H. Pvt., Co. I
Young, J.B., Pvy., Co. D
Young, Jesse W., Pvy., Co. I
Young, R.T., Pvt., Co. K
Young, Sim, Pvt., Co. C
Younger, John, Pvy., Co. C
Yow, J.W., Pvt., Co. B
Yow, O.P., Pvt., Co. B

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From: The Corn Sheller

68   NAT BRANDON


Major Nat Brandon, local attorney, while on leave from his command in the 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment in Virginia, offered his services to the Commander at Ft. Donelson. During the fighting, he received seven gunshot wounds and was never able to rejoin his command in Virginia.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

69   VETERANS


June 7,1909---A Special train which passed over the Louisville & Nashville shortly before noon carried a large Clarksville delegation to the Memphis Reunion. The Special consisted of coaches and started from Bowling Green. It will take on passengers between this city and Paris.
Forbes Bivouac has been assigned sleeping quarters at the school building at Chelsea. The veterans were in great glee over their trip and were eager to start for Memphis to meet old comrades.
Among those who went from Clarksville were:
Judge Charles W. Tyler
C.D. Bailey
J. Woodmore,
J.R. Neblett,
J.J. Taylor,
G.W. Warfield and son, Douglas
J.J. Rice
P.M. Barker
A.J. Tabler
E.J. Jones
D.F. Marshal
W.G. Thompson
B.W. Ballentine
M.B. Fambrough
F.L. Fain
Dave Halliburton
J.E. Woodmore
J.J. Hambrick
J.E. Thompson
H.T. Lyle
R.H. Edmondson
T.S. Woodson
B.H. Edmondson
T.T. King
A.D. Page
Z.T. Bailey

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From: Genealogical Journal of Montgomery County

70   MUSTER ROLL


Muster Roll of Captain Stephen Cantrell’s Company May 15th 1796
Stephen Cantrell--Captain
James Wilson--Lieutenant
Ephraim McClain--Ensign
David White--Corporal
John Hamilton--Corporal
James Wright--Sergeant
James Turner--Sergeant
Matthew Neely--Sergeant
John Fisher--Musician
Ephraim Davidson--Musician
Privates
Richard Anderson
Uriah Anderson
William Anderson
Francis Bird
Willoughby Blake
Thomas Blair
Stephen Box
William Brady
John Calhoon
David Cannon
Elijah P. Chambers
William Clairy
Jesse Counce
Abner Davis
Henry Davis
Frederick Debow
Benjamin Denton
James Desha
James Dixon
Robert Donelson
John Evert
Patrick Forbush
Peter Fisher
Richard Fowler
Jesse Glascow
John Gowan
Elisha Gowen
Reuben Huggins
Richard Jones
Thomas Jones
Daniel Joslin
Abraham Koen
William Lacy
John Linsey
Henry Loins
Patrick Mcbride
John McCrory
Benjamin McQuestion
Robert McQueston
Spencer Messer
Daniel Miles
William Miller
William Moore
William Neely
Jeremiah Norrod
William Parks
Villery Pate
John Patterson
James Porter
James Prowel
John Rains
William Richardson
James Rolling
John Rollings
William Roper
William Smith
Nathaniel Teel
George Tidwell
John Tilly
John Turner
Peter Turney
James White
Elisha Womble
Phillip Wolf
John Wright
Aaron ????

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From: Town Gazette and Farmers Register

71   MONTGOMERY COUNTY MILITIA


September 12,1819---William J. Lynes, Lt. Col., 50 R.T.M., appoints his regimental staff:
Surgeon...Peter H. Cole
Surgeon's Mate...James B. Bowlin
Adjutant...Peter N. Marr
Quartermaster...Charles Bailey
Quartermaster Sergeant...Samuel Rogers
Sergeant Major...William S. White

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From: Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle

72   COMPANY H


July 22,1909---Major Otho Robinson and staff, of the First Battalion, First Tennessee Regiment, Company H, in command of Second Lieutenant Frank Beaumont and members of the First Tennessee Regimental band, leave tomorrow morning at 7:30 o'clock over the Louisville & Nashville for Waverly on their annual encampment. The members will go to Nashville, where they will join by other companies in the battalion and proceed thence to Waverly. Tents will be pitched at the latter place tomorrow afternoon and for ten days the boys will get a taste of soldier life. Most of the time, it is understood, will be target practice. The boys will also have drills and regulations and will doubtless be put through hard work.

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From: Tennessee Pensioners List

73   WAR OF 1812


January 1,1883---Montgomery County

BUMPASS, Mary, widow; Clarksville; started April 1879
BRYARLY, Mary S., widow; Clarksville; started November 1878
BYARD, Prudence, widow; Clarksville; started March 1881
COOKSEY, Sarah, widow; St. Bethlehem; started July 1879
HAMLETT, James, survivor; Clarksville; started May 1872
HERRING, Rachel N., widow; Pea Ridge; started January 1878
LESEMBEE, Elmira, widow; Clarksville; started November 1879
LOFLAND, Elizabeth R., widow; Clarksville; started July 1880
McWHIRTER, Nancy, widow; Clarksville; started January 1879
PHILLIPS, Susan, widow; Oakwood; started November 1881
READ, Rebecca D., widow; Clarksville; started January 1879
SADLER, Anachy, widow; Clarksville; started April 1866
SCOTT, Julia Ann, widow; Clarksville; started May 1866
SHERRILL, Elizabeth, widow; Clarksville; started February 1869
WATT, Ketly, widow; Clarksville; started February 1866
WEST, Caroline, widow; Clarksville; started April 1868
WHITAKER, Margaret, widow; Clarksville; started October 1876
WILSON, Louise, widow; Clarksville; started March 1866
WILSON, Martha, widow; Clarksville; started September 1879
WOODALL, Ruth A., widow; Clarksville; started December 1868


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From: Genealogical Journal of Montgomery County

74   FORBES BIVOUAC APPLICATIONS


J.M. Anderson, Born: September 15,1833 in Greene County, Kentucky Enlisted: October 1,1861, Co H, 1st Kentucky Regiment, afterwards 2nd Kentucky Regiment Wounded: one time at Battle of Chickamauga Captured: between Columbia and Pulaski, October 1864 Paroled: May 11, 1865 Rank at close of war: Private Present address: Clarksville, Montgomery Co. Occupation: farmer Buried in Greenwood Cemetery

J.W. Broome, Born: 1843 in Robertson County Enlisted: November 1861, Co A, 49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Rank at enlistment: Private, Army of Tennessee; afterward 49th Tennessee to May 1863; discharged from infantry; afterwards Regimental Cavalry Wounded: one time at Battle of Farmington, Tenn. Captured: first at Ft. Donelson July 16, 1862 and sent to Camp Douglas. Captured at Farmington on October 7, 1862 Released first: September 5, 1862 from Camp Douglas Released second: June 5, 1865 Rank at close of war: Private Present address: St. Bethlehem, Tenn. Occupation: farmer Remarks: I was captured at Ft. Donelson with my entire regiment on February 16, 1862 and sent to Camp Douglas, released September 5, 1862. Afterwards I was captured at the battle of Farmington, Tennessee on the 7th of October, 1863. I was sent to Camp Morton, then to Ft. Delaware in March 1864. I was kept there until the close of the war, making my prison life 27 months.

R.L. Brown, Born: October 1, 1836 in Montgomery County Enlisted: April 1861, Co K, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Northern Virginia Wounded: no Capture: no Paroled: April 1 or May 1865 in Augusta, Georgia Rank at close of war: Private Present address: Sango; Occupation: farmer; Remarks: I was absent on furlough in North Carolina at the time of Lee's surrender. I had started to rejoin my command and was cut off on all sides. I then went to Augusta, Georgia where I surrendered and was paroled.

Charlie H. Daly, Born: November 25, 1845 in Montgomery County Enlisted: May 10, 1863, Stoner's Escort Regiment Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of General Forrest Captured: Near Decatur, Alabama, October 8, 1865 Released: May 10, 1865; released from prison at close of war. Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: C.H. Daly, Montgomery County; Occupation: farmer

Charley Dailey , Born: November 5, 1845, Tennessee Enlisted: May 10, 1863, Private, Stoner's Escort Regiment Captured: October 1863, Released: May 10, 1865; Occupation: farmer

Robert Daugherty, Born: February 18, 1844 in Montgomery County Enlisted: about January 1, 1864, Co B, 14th Kentucky Mounted Regiment Rank: at time of enlistment: Private, Army of West Tennessee Wounded: one time at Betsy's Town on Green River; Escaped: at Red Hill, Alabama January 15, 1865; Present address: Clarksville, Montgomery County; Occupation: common laborer; Remarks: I was enlisted by Bob Reives as a Tennessee recruit and turned over to 14th Kentucky Mounted Infantry in West Tennessee after the fight at Red Hill, at which most of my command was captured. I made my escape with Mayor Dortch of Athens and was instructed to remain at home until he called for me in which he failed to do this.

W.H. Dawson , Born: January 6, 1846 in Montgomery County; Enlisted: September 22, 1864, Co C, 13th Kentucky Cavalry Regiment Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Tennessee; afterwards transferred to General H.B. Lyons, Capt. Alexander, January 1865 Captured: S_____ Mountain at Red Hill, June 14, 1864; Released: March 1865, paroled March 1865; Present address: Southside; Occupation: farmer; Remarks: I was paroled for exchange in March 1865 at Camp Chase, Ohio. I was carried from there to Richmond, Va. ; was sent from there to Montgomery, Alabama where I was kept in Parole Camp until the end of the war. I arrived home June 4, 1865

W.H. Dawson, Born: September 1842 Enlisted: September 1869, Private Co C, 13th Kentucky Cavalry Captured: January 1864; Released: 1865 Occupation: farmer; Address: Southside

John Bell Edlin, Born: July 5, 1844 in Montgomery County Enlisted: November 29, 1861, Co A, 49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Tennessee Wounded: one time at Battle of Ezra Church, Georgia on July 28, 1864; Captured: at Ft. Donelson, February 16, 1862; Released: September 16, 1962; Paroled: May of 1865 at Meridian, Mississippi; Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Shiloh, Montgomery County; Occupation: farmer

N.B. Fambrough, Born: October 1, 1845 in Cheatham County; Enlisted: August 25, 1862, Sherman's Company of Woodward's Regiment Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Tennessee; afterwards in November, 1862, joined Co E, 18th Tennessee, Brown Brigade, Army of Tennessee Wounded: once at Battle of Bentonville, N.C. on March 16, 1865; Released from prison: June 7, 1865 at Ft. Lookout; Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Clarksville; Occupation: watchman; Info verified by D.C. Pardue, who served with Fambrough

N.B. Fambrough, Born: October 1, 1843 in Cheatham County; Enlisted: August 25, 1862 and November 1862, Company E, 18th Tennessee, Private Wounded: once at Bentonville, N.C. 1865 Captured: Bentonville, 1865 Released: Point Lookout, June 7, 1865; Private; Occupation: watchman. Died January 1918, buried in Greenwood Cemetery

S.J. Ferguson, Born: July 3, 1840 in Montgomery County; Enlisted: April 1861, Co B, 14th Tennessee regiment Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Tennessee; afterwards served in commands of Army of Virginia. Capture: not captured; Discharge from service: December 1861, Private Remarks: I was discharged at Stanton, Virginia on account of rheumatism and general disability and was not afterwards "fit" for service and was not at this time.

Joseph T. Fletcher, Born: April 13, 1842 in Montgomery County; Enlisted: May 17, 1861, Co B, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Northern Virginia; afterwards served R.E. Lee, Joseph E. Johnson, A.P. and D.H. Hill, Branch Commander S.R. Anderson, Bon Hatton, Archer and William McComb; Wounded: once at Battle of Gettysburg on July 3, 1863; Captured: at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; Released: November 8, 1863; Discharged from service: January 1, 1864; Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Shiloh, Montgomery County; Occupation: merchant clerk; Remarks: My right arm was amputated close to the shoulder joint and being no longer fit for service, I was given an untimed furlough over and above the 1st day of January, 1864; Joe Fletcher died Feb. 7, 1906. He is buried in Old Fletcher Burying Ground between Shiloh and Palmyra.

James L. Frierson, Born: April 19, 1845 in Clarke County, Georgia; Enlisted: March 18, 1863, Cobb's Legion, Troop Artillary Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Virginia; Captured: at Appomattox, April 9, 1865; Paroled: April 9, 1865; Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Clarksville; Occupation: farmer

C.A. Gardner, Born: September 6, 1847 in Sumner County; Enlisted: December, 1863, Co D, 2nd Tennessee Cavalry; Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Tennessee; afterwards served with the 2nd Tennessee Cavalry; Captured: never; Released: about May, 1865; Discharged: never; Paroled: about May 5, 1865; Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Clarksville; Occupation: tobacconist; Died January 25, 1908, buried in Greenwood Cemetery

W.B. Hawkins, Born: May 14, 1835 at Lunenburg County, Virginia (born May 25); Enlisted: April, 1864, Co H, 3rd Morgan's Cavalry Regiment Rabk at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Virginia; afterwards served in the command of Wickham's Brigade, Fitzhugh ____ ;Captured: at Rich Mountain, Virginia, July 1861; Reinstated: October, 1862; Paroled: at Charlotte Courthouse, Virginia at close of war; Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Clarksville; Occupation: farmer; Remarks: My regiment was with Lee at Appomattox. My Colonel (Owen) left the army with a few volunteers of the regiment rather than be captured. We went to Johnson's Army in North Carolina, but he surrendered and all were sent home and I was paroled at my house in May of 1865. Died December 1900, buried in Greenwood Cemetery

John Henry Hermon, Born: May 11, 1837 in Christian County, Kentucky; Enlisted: May 7, 1862, 4th Louisiana Regiment, Battery B; enlisted May 23, 1861 at Pembroke, Kentucky under Capt. Henry Leavell; Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of the South; Wounded: twice, Battle of Springfield, Louisiana; Paroled: July 16, 1865; Rank at close of war: Private, Natchez, Mississippi; Present address: Clarksville, Tennessee; Occupation: agent; Remarks: I received my Major commission from Jefferson Davis; next to Waterproof, Louisiana and joined 4th Louisiana Battery; served full 4 years from May 1861 to May 1865; next to Natchez Mississippi to surrender. Died May 15, 1927, buried in Greenwood Cemetery

Henry T. Lyle, Born: May 4, 1843 in Montgomery County; Enlisted: March 1862, Staines' Bodyguard; Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of the West, later known as the Army of Tennessee; afterwards served with Co A, Woodward's 2nd Kentucky Cavalry Regiment; Paroled: May 2, 1865 at Greensboro, North Carolina (May 5); Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee, RFD #6; Occupation: farmer; Died June 14, 1921, buried in Antioch Church Cemetery.

Sam Martin, Born: July 29, 1846 in Sumner County; Enlisted: January, 1862, Co D, 6th Kentucky Regiment (January 18, 1863); Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Tennessee; afterwards served in the command of Bennett's Battalion until the end of the war. Captured: Boonesville, Mississippi, 1862; Released: recaptured by Gen. Forrest 2 days later, February, 1863; Rank at close of war: Private; Discharged: February 1863; Present address: Palmyra; Occupation: farmer; Remarks: My record is in the History Of The Orphan Brigade by Ed Porter Thompson, page 821, which is more definite as to details than my memory.

W.C. Patrick, Born: January 27, 1844 in Montgomery County; Enlisted: October 21, 1861, Co G, 42nd Tennessee Infantry Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Tennessee; Wounded: no; Captured: Ft. Donelson, February 16, 1862 (February 26); Released: September, 1862; Discharged: December 6, 1862; Present address: Clarksville, District 4, Montgomery County; Occupation: farmer; Remarks: Was sick at Camp Douglas with rheumatic fever and typhoid fever, resulting in Phthisis with indications of tuberculosis and was discharged at Ft. Anderson. buried in Greenwood Cemetery

J.S. Perkins, Born: September 11, 1844 in Todd County, Kentucky; Enlisted: May 1861, Co G, Kentucky, Tillman's Regiment; Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Tennessee; afterwards in the command of Ned Merriwether's Co at Hopkinsville in the fall of 1861. After the fall of Ft. Donelson, we were transferred to CO I, 2nd Kentucky, Woodward's Regiment in which I served till the close of the war Paroled: May 1865 at Washington, Georgia Present address: Clarksville Occupation: callichon

Powers S.B., , Born: not given; Enlisted: May 17, 1861, Co B, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment; Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Virginia; Released: July, 1861; Discharged: July, 1862; Present address: Montgomery County, Tennessee; Occupation: farmer

John T. Rogers, Born: May 4, 1839 in Dickson County, Tennessee ;Enlisted: 1861, CO K, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment; Rank at time of enlistment: Private; Wounded: Fredericksburg, Virginia; Captured: Gettysburg, July 5, 1864; Released: from prison, April 1865; Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Port Royal, Montgomery County; Occupation: farmer

C.Y. Rudolph, Born: November 7, 1835 in Montgomery County, Tennessee; Enlisted: May 5, 1861, CO K, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment; Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Virginia; Discharged from service: July, 1862; Present address: Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee; Occupation: farmer; Remarks: I had my leg broken at Fredericksburg, Virginia by accident which incapacitated me for further service and I was regularly discharged.

Andrew Jackson Tabor, Born: November 21, 1840 in Wayne County, Kentucky; Enlisted: January 4, 1862, Coffee County; Rank at time of enlistment: Private; afterwards was a bodyguard of John C. Breckenridge at Shiloh; transferred at Murfreesboro; Morgan's command, 7th Kentucky Regiment, Co Z; Wounded: once in Kentucky on Morgan's Raid on Christmas; Captured: Racine, Ohio, July 19, 1862; Released from prison: February 26, 1865 from Camp Douglas; Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Southside; Occupation: farmer; Remarks: I was in Camp Douglas from August 1863 till February the 26th, 1865. I got to Richmond, Virginia at Camp Duke under Gen. Nichols on 40 days' furlough and did not get to the enemy anymore. Lee had surrendered.

J.M. Thompson, Born: Mar. 5, 1844 in Montgomery County; Enlisted: fall of 1862, Co A, 2nd Kentucky Cavalry Regiment; Rank at time of enlistment: Private; served in the following commands--was on Gen. Stearns' Escort until he was killed, then I took typhoid fever and was carried home. Present address: Cunningham, Montgomery County, Tennessee; Occupation: farmer; Remarks: When I got well, the Yankees had possession of this whole section of the country and I could not return to the Confederacy.

William Walker, Born: July 14, 1831 in Williamson County; Enlisted: April 1, 1861, Co G, 42nd Tennessee Regiment; Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Armies of Mississippi and Tennessee; afterwards served with the 42nd Tennessee Regiment, Maxey's Pillows and Quarles' Brigade and Polk's Corporals Captured: Ft. Donelson. February 16, 1862; Recaptured at Franklin, 1864; Released: Sept. 17, 1862; Released again April, 1865; Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Carneal, Montgomery County, Tennessee; Occupation: farmer; Remarks: I was never furloughed, but I remained in the army until the close of the war

J.N. Woodson, Born: October 15, 1843 in Henraco County, Virginia; Enlisted: May 27, 1861, Co K, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment; Rank at time of enlistment: Private, Army of Northern Virginia; afterwards was discharged August, 1862 for being under the age of 17 years old. Rank at close of war: Private; Present address: Montgomery County, Tennessee; Occupation: farmer


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From: Nashville Daily Union

75   DANVILLE PRISON


March 18,1865---Tennessee soldiers who died at the Danville Confederate Prison:

Bolton, J...Co I...9th Tenn.
Brown, S...Co C...3rd Tenn.
Can, Jack...Co H...9th Tenn.
Carter, W...Co D...9th Tenn.
Cole, D...Co E...13th Tenn.
Dyson, J...Co E...13th Tenn.
Fletcher, W...Co A...3rd Tenn.
Foster, W.A...Co A...1st Tenn.
French, L.B...Co I...1st Tenn.
Griffin, J...Co E...1st Tenn.
Keyhill, D...Co K...13th Tenn.
Killgore, J....Co K...19th E. Tenn.
Madden, F.M....Co I...13th Tenn.
Marks, William...Co F...1st Tenn.
Messer, G...Co K...8th Tenn.
Quinn, J...Co G...1st Tenn. Art.
Shipley, Thomas...Co E...1st Tenn.
Whaley, A.C....Co E...13th Tenn.

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From: Clarksville Jeffersonian

76   MEXICAN WAR


October 24,1846---Killed, wounded and missing from 1st Regiment Volunteers commanded by Col. Campbell at the attack on the city of Monterey on September 21,1846. Co A, Capt. Whitfield, was ordered to stay in camp for its protection while the other nine companies were ordered out to Monterey.

Officers killed:
Co K, Capt. William B. Allen
Privates killed:
Joseph B. Burkett
J.M.L. Campbell
A.J. Eaton
A.J. Gibson
Tinsley Glover
A.J. Pratt
William Rhodes
J.W. Saunders
Officers wounded:
1st Lt. George H. Nixon--slightly
1st Corp. W.M. Alford--badly
Privates wounded:
A.S. Alexander--badly
M.C. Abernathy--slightly
Jesse Brashears--badly
J.M. Bailey--badly
C.G. Boyd--badly
J.V. Cotten--slightly
J.W. Curtis--badly
H.H. Dotson--badly
John Gavin--slightly
Aaron Parker--slightly
F. Richardson--badly
A.O. Richardson--badly
Thomas C. Ramey--badly
John Vining--badly
M.D. Watson--badly

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From: Nashville Dispatch

77   BATTLE OF CHANCELLORSVILLE


June 11,1863---Casualties of the battle at Chancellorsville, May 1,3,5.

Col. William McComb--severe leg wound
Adjutant W.E. Munford--slight wound in knee and ankle
Co A:
Killed
Capt. W.W. Thompson
R.B. Armstead
G.A. Thomkins
Wounded:
Sgt. F.O. Anderson
R.J. Evans
T.D. Johnson
D. Ferris
S. Wilcox
P.M. Mitchell
Ed O'Brien
CO B:
Killed
Sgt. Thomas H. Lyle
George Horn
Wounded
Thomas Dunbar
L.O. Myers
R.J. Keesee
James Quinn
Edward Wing
Sgt. John B. Cross
Edward Steele
Co C:
Killed
John Haley
Wounded
Lt. C.B. Hutcheson
Lt. C.J. Mathis
B.F. Madole
Thomas Clinard
Co D:
Killed--0
Wounded
Capt. John W. Hagler
Sgt. James Nobles
Corp. C. Wolford
James Barnes
Co E:
Killed--0
Wounded
Sgt. A.C. Blane
Dudley Parker
S.B. Folding
Missing
J.M. Robertson
Co F:
Killed--0
Wounded
Sgt. B.L. Philips
P.H.D. Parrott
Corp. M.E. Springer
George Marberry
William McAskill
W.E. Thompson
Co G:
Killed--0
Wounded
Sgt. B.T. Bowers
Sam Darnell
Missing
J.M. Madison
Co H:
Killed--0
E.B. Cobb
Wounded
B.W. Coleman
Corp. R.W. Jackson
E.A. Tarwater
B.F. Froman
M. Caton
R.W. Pritchett
G.B. Moody
B.W. Johnson
Ed Bringhurst
Co I:
Killed--0
Wounded
Capt. W.J. Winfield
Corp. L. Vaught
John W. Hall
Co K:
Killed
C.L. Cherry
Wounded
Capt. T.C. Cowling
Lt. W.E. Clifton
Corp. D.G. Herring
W.R. Comperry
Corp. E.T. Hagood
R.J. Hitt, J. Hankins
Missing
P.R. Rudolph

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From: Southern Claims Commission

78   CIVIL WAR CLAIM APPLICATIONS


MONTGOMERY COUNTY
BRADLEY, John______disallowed
BROCKMORE, Samuel____barred
BULLOCK, John____disallowed (estate of)
BUSBY, Mr. _____disallowed (et al.)
DANIELS, R.W._____?? (estate of)
DAVIE, Montgomery D.____disallowed
DAVY, Jacob____disallowed
DEAN, Elijah Hargron____barred
GAINES, William N.____allowed
HAMBAUGH, P.C.____disallowed
HAMBAUGH, P.C.____disallowed and dismissed
HARRIS, G.K.____allowed
LITTLE, Arthur____?? (et al.)
MARR, Duncan____barred
McCLURE, Elizabeth____Dismissed
McCLURE, Louisa____barred
McNEILY, Thomas____?? (et al.)
O'NEAL, John____disallowed
PETTUS, Thomas F.____disallowed
PETTUS, Thomas F.____disallowed and dismissed
PORTER, P.H._____barred
POSTON, B.F.____disallowed
ROGERS, Henry R.____disallowed
ROTH, G.A.____barred
TRICE, Allie A.____disallowed
TYER, Mitchell____disallowed

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

79   WAR OF 1812


December 16,1871---The Reverend Robert Crank received a pension as a veteran of the War of 1812. Crank was enlisted in Abingdon, Virginia in the 12th Virginia Regulars. He owned a small farm six miles from Clarksville.

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From: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration

80   CONFEDERATE PENSIONS


ADAMS John
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Line
$66.66 annual allowance
$199.98 amount received
September 19, 1833 pension started
Age 75

BAGGETT James
Montgomery County
Private
South Carolina Cont'l Line
$96.00 annual allowance
$618.66 amount received
September 17, 1819 pension started
Age 78
Dropped May 1, 1820
Restored January 22, 1829

BELL, Thomas
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$20.00 annual allowance
$60.00 amount received
December 7, 1833 pension started
Age 73

BIGGER Robert
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$20.00 annual allowance
$60.00 amount received
March 2, 1833 pension started
Age 73

BOWERS James
Montgomery County
Private
New Jersey Militia
$60.00 annual allowance
$150.00 amount received
October 16, 1833 pension started
Age 77

FENTRESS James
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$30.00 annual allowance
$75.00 amount received
June 7, 1833 pension started
Age 70

FRAZIER Alexander
Montgomery County
Private
Pennsylvania Line
$20.00 annual allowance
$60.00 amount received
March 18,1 833 pension started
Age 74

GRAHAM William
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Cont'l Line
$96.00 annual allowance
$1,393.06 amount received
October 3, 1820 pension started
Age 85

HANDLIN Stephan
Montgomery County
Private
Pennsylvania Cont'l Line
$96.00 annual allowance
$176.80 amount received
March 20, 1819 pension started
Age 67
Suspended May 1, 1820

HOUNSLER Charles
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Line
$80.00 annual allowance
$240.00 amount received
June 13, 1833 pension started
Age 89

HUBBARD Peter
Montgomery County
Private
South Carolina Line
$80.00 annual allowance
$240.00 amount received
March 21, 1833 pension started
Age 79

LIGON Joseph
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Line
$36.00 annual allowance
$330.00 amount received
December 17, 1807 pension started
$57.60 annual allowance
$1, 021.92 amount received
March 4,1819 pension started
$96.00 annual allowance
$24.00 amount received
December 1, 1833 pension started

McGEE Thomas
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$40.00 annual allowance
$120.00 amount received
June 8, 1833 pension started
Age 71

MONTGOMERY Jonathan
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$40.00 annual allowance
$100.00 amount received
November 19, 1833 pension started
Age 71

MOORE James
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$20.00 annual allowance
$ ?? amount received
May 10, 1834 pension started
Age 84

PERSON Benjamin P.
Montgomery County
Private
Tennessee Militia
$48.00 annual allowance
$69.33 amount received
November 20, 1820 pension started
$32.00 annual allowance
$372.62 amount received
March 4, 1820 pension started
$48.00 annual allowance
$112.80 amount received
October 26, 1831 pension started

POOL Ephraim
Montgomery County
Private
South Carolina Line
$80.00 annual allowance
$240.00 amount received
July 26, 1833 pension started
Age 78

PUCKET Josiah
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Cont'l Line
$96.00 annual allowance
$1,516.26 amount received
August 2, 1819 pension started
Age 82

ROACH John
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Militia
$35.00 annual allowance
$105.00 amount received
September 14, 1833 pension started
Age 74

ROBERTSON Jesse
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Cont'l Line
$96.00 annual allowance
$937.00 amount received
July 2, 1819 pension started
Age 75

SINGLETON Robert
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Cont'l Line
$96.00 annual allowance
$186.80 amount received
March 20, 1819 pension started
Age 80
Died January 31, 1821

THOMAS Stephen
Montgomery County
Private
Armstrong's Regiment
$45.00 annual allowance
$1,198.75 amount received
September 4, 1798 pension started
$72.00 annual allowance
$651.00 amount received
April 24, 1816 pension started
Transferred from North Carolina
Died May 10, 1825

VICK John
Montgomery County
Private
Virginia Line
$20.00 annual allowance
$50.00 amount received
August 2, 1833 pension started
Age 77

WEEKS Joseph
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Militia
$25.00 annual allowance
$ ?? amount received
July 9, 1833 pension started
Age 74

WIGGINS William
Montgomery County
Private
North Carolina Line
$21.66 annual allowance
$54.15 amount received
September 25, 1833 pension started
Age 74


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From: Tennessee Watchman

81   NOTICE


February 23,1821--Pursuant to a writ of election from Lieut. Col. Comdt., George West, to me directed, I shall cause an election to be held at the house of Thomas Simmons, on Yellow Creek on Saturday the 24th day of March next, for the purpose of electing a 1st Major for the regiment of cavalry, attached to the 6th Brigade of Tennessee, vice Robert Edmondson Resigned.
R. Batson, Sheriff D.C.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

82   SOUTHSIDE


October 17,1917---Dan Corlew, who was drafted for the Army and sent to Camp Gordon, is home again having been examined, rejected, and given a discharge.

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From: Wanda D. Williams

83   WALTER H. NEBLETT


Walter H. Neblett
   
American flag


Another search mission headed for the Halmaheras on the 22nd. Nearing Morotia, a small island north of the main island of Halmahera, the four B-25H-5’s divided into two-plane elements to attack a small coastal freighter about three miles off Berebere. As 1/Lt. Walter H. Neblett raced for the target with 2/Lt. George L. McCullough flying on his wing, the two Mitchell’s raked the decks with machine-gun fire and each got a direct hit with their cannons. But a lucky round from a machine gun on the ship’s deck must have pierced McCullough’s windshield and struck him. His plane suddenly slid beneath the lead aircraft and they bumped together; Neblett’s B-25 came away with damage to a propeller, a nacelle and the underside of the plane.
McCullough’s B-25 was going down as it passed over the small ship. It hit the water hard a few hundred yards beyond and disappeared immediately. The two planes bringing up the rear his the damaged freighter with another 75mm round but found only a spreading oil slick to mark the spot where the B-25 had crashed. After a quick circle of the area, the planes formed up on Neblett to escort him back to base.
More searches were flown around Western New Guinea on the 23rd and 26th. Again, targets consisted of a few small boats and enemy-held villages. The next day the 498th sent three small flights out to search for shipping near the Halmaheras and along the southwestern end of New Guinea. Three planes patrolled the coastline around the airdrome at Utarom, then went in to strafe installations and AA guns near the strip. The lower fuselage of one B-25D-2 was riddled with shrapnel, wounding the radio man in the head. A 20mm cannon shell exploded in the rear fuselage of Lt. Neblett’s plane. He brought the battered H-1 back to base with two wounded crewmen aboard. One of them, T/Sgt. Charles H. Becker, died in the hospital three days later.

July 27,1944--Two men aboard B-25H-1 #43-4250, piloted by Lt. Neblett, were injured when a 20mm cannon shell burst inside the rear fuselage of the aircraft as it was making a low-level strafing and cannon pass over Utarom Airdrome in Southwestern New Guinea. Sgt. Becker died of his wounds three days later. Becker, T/Sgt, Charles H.         Radio-Gunner

Clarksville Leaf Chronicle
Lt. Neblett May Get D.S.C. For Heroic Flight
August 24,1944---Lt. Walter H. Neblett, son of Mrs. Paul Neblett, of the Salem community and teacher at Howell school, has been recommended for the Distinguished Flying Cross for the skillful handling of a Mitchell Medium bomber after the Japanese had shot one engine from it during an air battle in the New Guinea theater.
The 28-year-old officer learned to fly at Outlaw field, taking both the primary and secondary courses of the Knapp Flying Service. He went on his first plane ride with Major General James Doolittle where Outlaw field was dedicated.
Lt. Neblett volunteered in September of 1942 and graduated as a pilot in August of 1943 at Albany, Georgia. He received his bomber training at Columbia, South Carolina. February 17th he was sent to the Pacific theater and made his first combat mission on March 6th at New Guinea. Up to July 30th he had made 70 combat missions.
The officer married Miss Vernell Rogers of Martha’s Chapel Community and he has two little daughters.
An Associates Press story on Lt. Neblett’s feat follows

ADVANCED BOMBER BASE IN NEW GUINEA, August 24 -(AP)-In one of the most remarkable displays of flying skill seen in this theater, a young Army lieutenant pulled his Mitchell Medium bomber out of an air collision and brought it home on one engine with all crew members safe.
Lt. Walter H. Neblett of Clarksville, Tennessee, has been recommended for the Distinguished Flying Cross for saving the lives of his men.
The “Air Apache” bomber-strafe unit was leading a formation attack upon a Japanese cargo vessel off Halmahera recently when the plane on Neblett’s right wing, struck by enemy ground fire, crashed into Neblett’s ship.
The collision tore a gaping hole in the fuselage of Neblett’s plane, crushed the right engine nacelle, and bent the right propeller bides out at a 30 degree angle.
The other plane crashed into the sea. Its entire crew was lost, but the men took with them the enemy ship and were given official credit for sinking it.
Neblett’s plane, flying at 300 feet when hit, went into a partial stall on one engine and sank so low the propellers picked up spray before the pilot could level off.

Lt. Walter H. Neblett, 28, son of Mrs. Paul Neblett, Clarksville, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for bringing in a Mitchell bomber in New Guinea after one engine had been shot out and the propellers badly bent, and saving the lives of the crew members. His wife and their two children live at Martha’s Chapel, near Clarksville.

DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS
Neblett, Walter H., 0809854, 1st Lt., Air Corps GO #302, Hq. Far East AF, November 12,1944
Rural Route 1, Clarksville, Tenn.
Distinguished Flying Cross

Distinguished Flying Cross

Distinguished Flying Cross


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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

83   MISSING-IN-ACTION


July 8,1943---Mrs. Iva Durham so Southside was notified by an official telegram from the Navy Department Saturday that her son, Morris Durham has been reported missing in action.
Durham, who sailed from San Francisco several months ago, was somewhere in the Pacific.
Durham, Seaman Second Class, had been in the service since August 20,1942. His mother last heard from him on June 7th.
The sailor has two sisters, Mrs. James Dugger and Miss Sarah Durham, both of Southside, and a half-brother, Joe Minor, of Memphis.

July 27,1943---According to a release from the Navy Department dated 07/24/1943, Charles Maurice Durham, Seaman Second Class, U.S. Naval Reserve, is reported missing in action. Durham’s mother, Mrs. Iva Durham of Southside, was notified several weeks ago, that her son was missing. He had lived at Southside all his life and attended grammar school and high school there.

February 7,1945---Memorial services for Maurice Durham, Seaman Second Class, USN, who lost his life when his ship the USS Aludra (AK-72), was torpedoed and sunk in the Solomon Islands in 1943, will be held at 11:00 a.m. at the Southside Methodist Church by the pastor, the Reverend A.C. Parker.
Seaman Durham was held in the status of Missing for a year before his death was confirmed. Due to the illness of his mother, Mrs. Iva Durham, the memorial services was postponed.
Seaman Durham was member of the Southside Methodist and had spent his entire life in the Southside community. He entered the Navy in August 1942 and had been at sea since January 1,1943. He held the rank of coxswain.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

84   JOINED THE ARMY


May 25,1918---Hugh Orrell, 18, of Southside, has been accepted today at the local recruiting office for the coast Artillery Corps of the regular Army and left at 4:53 this afternoon for Nashville, en route to Ft. Oglethorpe to enter training.

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From: 83rd Illinoisan

85   GUERILLAS CAPTURED;


May 12,1865---On last Sunday, Co H, under the command of Lieut. Nance, captured and killed three guerillas on Yellow Creek. Their names were--- ?? Edmondson, Jim Rushing and Frank Warden. They are notorious men, and have infected this country a little too long for their own good. They also captured five horses and a number of revolvers.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

86   SOUTHSIDE


May 29,1919---Reports come from Southside this morning that oil was struck on the land of John Jones at a depth of 151 feet yesterday. An oil company has been at work in that vicinity for several months.

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From: Daily Leaf Chronicle

87   PALMYRA


January 31,1920---Chesly Parker, son of A.J. Parker, is home on furlough, the first since entering the service three years ago. Maurice, a younger brother, has recently enlisted and is now in training at Ft. Orglethorpe, Georgia.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

88   MONTGOMERY COUNTY


January 4,1909---Judge Tyler said Montgomery County sent more soldiers to the Confederate Army in proportion to population than almost any other county in the state, but its list of pensions was small when compared to most of the other counties. He wants every worthy old soldier in the county to have a pension, while of course it was not contemplated that any but those honestly entitled to aid should draw pensions from the state.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

89   CORBANDALE


February 10,1909---A census of the old soldiers shows there are 15 Confederate Veterans and 5 widows of Veterans in this district. Of this number, only 4 are receiving pensions. More of them should be and it is hoped will soon be pensioned by the State, for they gave their young manhood to the call and service of the State. It was a commendable request the County Judge made of magistrates to make a report on the number of veterans in each of their respective districts, thereby obtaining a complete census of them without expense.

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From: Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

90   PALMYRA


February 14,1909---A.B. Powers of Palmyra granted a Quarterly Pension of $25 by the State Board of Pensions. Was added to the roll of pensioners. His pension dates from December 1,1901. He was a member of the 50th Tennessee Infantry and had several ribs broken during the war.

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

91   MILITA ORDERS NO. ONE


Head-quarters, 91st Regiment
Clarksville June 25,1861

July 5,1861--The Captains of the Militia of the 91st Regimen--and in the event of the absence or vacancy of the captainship--the 1st Lieut., will report immediately the strength of his company, and also the number of Rifles, Shot Guns, Muskets, Swords and other weapons, owned by those living within his command, and subject to military duty.
Captains will forthwith proceed to organize their commands, preparatory to active service in the field, at any moment’s call.
Captains will report immediately to the Adjutant, B.A. Rogers.
By order of        JAMES S. NEBLETT
Lieut. Col. Of 91st Reg. Tenn. Militia
B.A. Rogers, Adj’t
Clarksville, June 27,1861

Captains of the 92nd Regiment, will observe the above orders, and report immediately to the Adjutant of the 92nd regiment.
By order of
J.S. MINOR
Lieut. Col. Commd’t 92nd Regiment
M.D. Davie, Adjutant

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

92   TENNESSEE MILITIA


April 15,1861---The following officers were elected in the 92nd Regiment in the Tennessee Militia, at the election held on the 9th of March:
Colonel---Ike H. Shelby
Lt-Col---John Miner
1st Major---S.A. Caldwell
2nd Major---John B. Williams
We are in hopes that Colonel Shelby will proceed immediately, to organize the Militia in his Regiment and begin to muster.

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

93   MINUTE MEN ELECTION


August 30,1861---An election of officers of the regiment of Minute Men was held, on the 17th, and resulted as follows:
Colonel, Cyrus A. Sugg
Lieutenant Colonel, W.B. Mumford
Major, V.M. Metcalfe
Adjutant, Charles Lockert
Quartermaster, John L. Power
Color Sergeant, Hines Ewing
Surgeon, Dr. R.D. McCauley
Assistant Surgeon, Dr. Ben Kirby.

In the other regiment the following officers were elected:
W.W. Valliant, Colonel
Thomas M. Reynolds, Lieutenant Colonel
S.A. Caldwell, Major
T.T. Harper, Adjutant
Dr. J.M. Jackson, Surgeon

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

94   CLARKSVILLE


December 6,1861---Capt. J.E. Bailey, and his gallant company, leave to-day, for Fort Donaldson. A more noble set of gentlemen are seldom banded together. They carry with them the best wishes of the entire community.

December 9,1859---Capt. D. Lynn, of this county, is raising a volunteer company to go to Fort Donaldson. The company is not yet complete. Any one wishing to go with a clever captain and a good company, can now have an opportunity.

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

95   THE NINETY-FIRST


May 3,1861--We have elsewhere spoken of the forces at Camp Forbes, but did not there mention Capt. Beaumont’s Company which is still in town. There are about 60 men in this Company, and they have offered themselves to the Governor we are told, for service in this State alone. The officers are as follows: Captain, F.S. Beaumont; 1st Lieutenant, Fount P. McWhirter; 2nd Lieut. J.J. Crusman; 3rd Lieut. E. Withers. The other officers, if elected are not known to us.
Most of this Company are young men, who are capable of real hard service, and they are perfecting themselves in military tactics by daily drills.

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

96   CAPT. SUGG’S COMPANY


November 8,1861---The fine company of infantry raised principally in District No. 1 and 5, under our Governor’s late proclamation, was in town on Tuesday last, and gave us all a most gratifying evidence of what old Montgomery can do, in the way of volunteer soldiers. There are over seventy members in this company, of whom about fifty were in town. It is one of the finest and most effective looking companies that the war has brought out--being made up, almost without exception, of large, robust, genteel men. The have been brought, too, to a state of unusual excellence in drill as their exercises showed. The principal officers of this company are Captain Cyrus A. Sugg; 1st Lieut., John B. Dortch

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

97   LIEUT. McWHIRTER


November 8,1861--By an unaccountable oversight, we have omitted to mention the return home of Lieut. Fount P. McWhirter, of Co. A, 14th regiment. He bore in Virginia the hardships of that hard campaign, until he was wholly disabled from doing duty. He came home unable to walk a step, owing to the inflammation of a slight injury to his ankle, received when out on the Cheat Mountain expedition. Since his return he has been confined to bed, but is, we are glad to know, now improving, and will, we hope, soon be restored to his wanted health.

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

98   COURT-MARTIAL


October 11,1861---Col. Cobb has ordered a regimental Court-Martial to be held in this city on the 12th day of November, next, and has detailed the following officers to constitute the Court:
Lieut. Colonel James S. Neblett
Major D.P. Hadden
Captain E.H. Beaumont
Captain W.H. Crotzer
Captain G.J. Ryan
Captain R.A. Wilson
Captain T.M. Atkins
Captain V.M. Metcalf
Lieut. J.A. Bailey
Lieut. John L. Johnson
Lieut. W.R. Brown
Lieut. F. Ewing
Lieut. J.R. Shelby

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From: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle

99   FULL


September 27,1861--Capt. Tom Beaumont’s Rifle Company is now full, having ninety good men. The following are the principal officers:
Captain, T.W. Beaumont
First Lieutenant, Chris Robertson
Second Lieutenant, William Allen
Third Lieutenant, James Ramey.
This company will go into active service as soon as their uniforms are made up.



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