This information is compiled from pay voucher records, muster rolls and personal genealogical information that I have collected over the years. The pay vouchers and some other data, such as; widows pension applications maybe found on micro-film at the Tennessee State Library & Archives in Nashville, Tennessee.
I also consulted with the books:
"Sumner County, Tennessee In The Civil War", by Edwin L. Ferguson, 1972, Monroe County Press, Tompkinsville, Kentucky and "History of the Twentieth Tennessee Regiment Volunteer Infantry C.S.A." by W.J. McMurray, M.D., 1904, Nashville, Tennessee
Every effort was made to locate information on all known members of these regiments and companies but some of them I could not locate or learn more about them or their families.
Information contained herein is primarily intended to assist those seeking genealogical information as well as a taste for the hardships, etc. that these individuals endured trying to survive during the War Between the States 1861 - 1865.
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