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Full text of "Tennessee in the war, 1861-1865; lists of military organizations and officers from Tennessee in both the Confederate and Union armies; general and staff officers of the provisional army of Tennessee, appointed by Governor Isham G. Harris"

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Tennessee in the War 
1861-1865 



TENNESSEE 

IN THE WAR 

1861-1865 



LISTS OF 

Military Organizations and Officers from Tennessee in both the Confederate 
and Union Armies; General and Staff Officers of the Provisional Army of Ten- 
nessee, Appointed by Governor Isham G. Harris; General Officers, both Union 
and Confederate, with Staff Officers of the Latter, and Statement of any Previous 
Service or Rank in the United States Army; Quartermasters and Commissaries 
in the Confederate Army from Tennessee, other than those mentioned on the 
Staff; Officers of the Confederate States Navy appointed from Tennessee; 
Officers of the United States Navy from Tennessee; Members of the Con- 
federate States Congress from Tennessee; Members of the United States Con- 
gress from Tennessee; Complete Rosters of Organizations of Federal Troops 
from Tennessee who Served 1861-65; Campaigns Conducted, and Battles, Affairs 
and Skirmishes fought within the Limits of the State, with Date and Location. 



COMPILED AND PREPARED 



GENERAL MARCUS J. WRIGHT 



AMBROSE LEE PUBLISHING COMPANY 

WILLIAMSBRIDGE, NEW YORK CITY 



889993 

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Copyright iqo8, by 

AMBROSE LEE PUBLISHING COMPANY 

Williamsbridge, New York City 



THE QUINN & BODEN CO. PRESS 
RAHWAY, N. J. 



CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Preliminary Statement ...... 9 

List of Officers of the Provisional Army of Ten- 
nessee Appointed by Governor Isham G. Harris, 
and Staff of General Robert G. Foster and of 
General J. L. T. Sneed . . . . 15 

General Officers of the Confederate Army Ap- 
pointed from Tennessee, with Date of Appoint- 
ment and Names, Rank and Duties of Their 
Staff Officers ....... 23 

List of Artillery Officers, C. S. A. . . . . 61 

List of Field Officers, Regiments and Battalions 
from Tennessee in the Confederate States 
Army, and Estimate of the Number of Troops 85 

List of Officers in the Confederate States Navy 

Appointed from Tennessee . . . 113 

Members of the Confederate Congress from Ten- 
nessee ........ 123 

List of General Officers in the Union Army Ap- 
pointed from Tennessee ..... 127 

Register of the Regiments of Artillery, Cavalry 
and Infantry from Tennessee Which Served in 
the Union Army, with Statement of Casual- 
ties and Promotions, and the Number of Troops ; 
from the Official Report of the Adjutant- 
General, U. S. A. . . . . . .131 

Naval Officers from Tennessee Who Served in the 

Union Army ....... 201 

Members of the United States Congress from Ten- 
nessee, 1861-65 205 

List of Campaigns Conducted, and Battles, En- 
gagements, Skirmishes, etc., Fought within the 
Limits of the State of Tennessee, from 1861 

to 1865 209 

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"I speak for that heroic State who was baptized in her infancy with 
the sprinkling of revolutionary blood on King's Mountain; who five 
years afterward struck again for independence under the banner of the 
daring young State of Franklin ; who grappled single-handed and 
alone for fifty years, with the dusky warriors of the forest, in all 
their battles from the Kentucky line to the Southern Gulf ; who beat 
back the British legions at New Orleans; who smote the false Span- 
iards at Pensacola ; who rushed with Taylor into the breach at 
Monterey, and shared in the triumphal march from Vera Cruz to 
Mexico. Thrice has she furnished to the nation in times of peril a 
Chief Magistrate, each of signal abilities. To the Senate she has 
given the eloquence of Felix Grundy, the wisdom of George W. 
Campbell, the antique virtues and Roman purity of Hugh L. White, 
the magnificent oratory of the generous Foster, and the far-reaching 
statesmanship of the peerless Bell. And, although she has so recently 
laid away beneath the sods of a hundred battle-fields a wealth of intel- 
lect and manhood sufficient to enrich an empire, she can still point with 
pride to a host of living children worthy of their noble lineage." 
(William H. Stephens.) 



PRELIMINARY STATEMENT 

In 1856 Isham G. Harris was elected Governor of Ten- 
nessee, and reelected in 1859. In this latter year John 
Brown made his raid into Virginia, was captured at Har- 
per's Ferry, tried and convicted of murder, and executed. 

The presidential election of i860 created great excite- 
ment and much bitter feeling. Abraham Lincoln was 
elected. On the 20th of December, i860, South Carolina 
passed an ordinance of secession, and soon afterwards 
Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, and 
Texas had taken the same action. 

The General Assembly of Tennessee met January 7, 
1 86 1, and ordered an election at which the people of the 
State should vote upon the question of holding a conven- 
tion, and also elect delegates to serve in case the conven- 
tion should be held. The election took place February 9th, 
when there were 57,798 votes in favor of holding the con- 
vention and 69,675 votes in opposition, and votes for dele- 
gates who favored secession 24,749, and for those who 
favored remaining in the Union 88,803. 

The first decisive action of the war was taken by the fir- 
ing on Fort Sumter April 12. 1861. On April 15th Presi- 
dent Lincoln issued a proclamation calling for 75,000 
troops, and other proclamations declaring the ports of the 
seceded States in a state of blockade and all vessels acting 
under authority of the blockaded States guilty of piracy. 

The General Assembly of Tennessee was convened in 
extra session April 25th, and resolutions were adopted 
authorizing the Governor to enter into a military league 
with the Confederate States. The commissioners appointed 

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io Tennessee in the War 

were Gustavus A. Henry, A. W. O. Totten and Washing- 
ton Barrow, who concluded the formation of the league 
May 7th. On the 6th of May the General Assembly passed 
the ordinance of secession, or separation, and submitted it 
for ratification to a vote of the people at an election to be 
held June 8th. The election was held at the time appointed, 
the vote standing 104,913 in favor to 47,238 against it. 
Acts were passed to raise and equip an army of 55,000 men, 
officers both general and staff were appointed, whose names, 
rank and duties appear elsewhere. 

On the 24th of June the Governor made proclamation 
that the political bonds were dissolved which bound Ten- 
nessee to the United States. On the 31st of July the Pro- 
visional Army of Tennessee with all its stores and equip- 
ments was transferred to and became a part of the army 
of the Confederate States, and was placed under command 
of General Leonidas Polk, commanding Department No. 1, 
with headquarters at Memphis. 

A strong Union sentiment soon developed in East Ten- 
nessee, and in that part of the State the leading men, such 
as Andrew Johnson, Wm. G. Brownlow, Thomas A. R. 
Nelson and Horace Maynard, espoused the Union cause. 

A convention made up of delegates from East Tennessee 
counties assembled at Knoxville May 30, 1861, with four 
hundred and sixty-nine delegates representing twenty-six 
counties, which, with the other counties represented by 
proxies, constituted the whole of East Tennessee. The con- 
vention after two days' session adjourned to meet at Greene- 
ville on June 17th. Resolutions were passed protesting 
against the military league and the acts of the General As- 
sembly favoring the policy of neutrality which had recently 
been adopted by Kentucky, and appealing to the people of 
the State at the approaching election to vote down the pro- 
posed ordinance of secession. 



Preliminary Statement 1 1 

The delegates to the Greeneville convention reassembled 
June 17th. The convention adopted a "Declaration of 
Grievances" and appointed a committee composed of O. P. 
Temple, John Netherland and James P. McDonald to peti- 
tion the General Assembly for the formation of a new 
State, to be composed of East Tennessee and such adjoining 
counties of Middle Tennessee as might desire to be included. 
In the event of the granting of the petition Kingston was 
selected as the place for the convention of the new State to 
assemble; but, if the petition was not granted, it was pro- 
posed to establish an independent State and raise an army, 
with John Baxter as commander-in-chief. The new State 
was not formed. 

The Confederate authorities established the line of the 
Cumberland River, and held possession until late in 1862, 
when Tennessee became the battle-ground, different portions 
of the State being alternately in possession of Federal and 
Confederate troops. 

On February 22, 1862, General Grant issued an order sus- 
pending civil government in Tennessee and declaring mar- 
tial law. On the 3d of March, 1862, President Lincoln 
appointed Andrew Johnson a brigadier-general, and mili- 
tary governor of Tennessee. Thus the whole of Tennessee 
was placed under military law — Middle and West Tennessee 
by the United States and East Tennessee by the Confederate 
States. Governor Johnson arrived at Nashville and as- 
sumed command as military governor March 12, 1862. 

A Union convention assembled at Nashville January 9, 
1865. The convention proposed two amendments to the 
Constitution of the State; the first abolishing slavery, and 
the second prohibiting the General Assembly from making 
any law recognizing the right of property in man. The 



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schedule proposed repealed Section 31 of the Constitution 
(the ordinance of secession) and the league with the Con- 
federate States, and declared void all acts of the State 
government since May 6, 1861, ratified the acts of Governor 
Johnson, and provided for an election February 226. at 
which the people should vote on the ratification of the pro- 
posed amendments and schedule and to hold another elec- 
tion March 4th for choosing a governor and members of 
the General Assembly. A resolution was adopted requiring 
all who voted on the amendments to take what was known 
as the "iron-clad oath." 

The result of the election was the choice of Wm. G. 
Brownlow for governor, Governor Andrew Johnson hav- 
ing been elected vice-president of the United States. Gov- 
ernor Brownlow was inaugurated April 5th. 

On July 23, 1866, Andrew Johnson, president of the 
United States, signed the bill which had passed both houses 
of Congress readmitting Tennessee into the Union. 



General and Staff Officers 

of the 

Provisional Army of the State of 
Tennessee 



LIST OF NAMES OF GENERAL AND STAFF 

OFFICERS OF THE PROVISIONAL ARMY 

OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE 

Appointed by Governor I sham G. Harris, May, 1861 

Isham G. Harris, by virtue of his office as Governor of 
Tennessee, was commander-in-chief of the provisional army 
of Tennessee until its transfer to the Confederate States. 
He served as volunteer aid-de-camp to General Albert Sid- 
ney Johnston, and was with him when he was killed at 
Shiloh. He subsequently served on. the staffs of Generals 
Beauregard, Bragg, and Cheatham. 



MAJOR-GENERALS 

Samuel R. Anderson 
Gideon J. Pillow 

BRIGADIER-GENERALS 

W. R. Caswell 
Benj. F. Cheatham 
Robert C. Foster (3d) 
John L. T. Sneed 
Felix K. Zollicoffer 



STAFF 

Brigadier-General Daniel S. Donelson, Adjutant-General 

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1 6 Tennessee in the War 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERALS 

Hiram S. Bradford 
Gustavus A. Henry, Jr. 
David M. Key 
Pollock B. Lee 
James D. Porter, Jr. 
W. C. Whitthorne 

INSPECTORS-GENERAL 

Brigadier-General Wm. H. Carroll 

ASSISTANT INSPECTORS-GENERAL 

Alexander W. Campbell 
J. W. Gillespie 
Joseph G. Pickett 
James L. Scudder 
Henry W. Wall 
C. H. Williams, Jr. 

PAYMASTER-GENERAL 

Brigadier-General William Williams 

ASSISTANT PAYMASTERS-GENERAL 

Thomas Boyers 
Claiborne Deloach 
Wm. B. Reese, Jr. 

QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL 

Vernon K. Stevenson 

COMMISSARY-GENERAL 

R. G. Fain 



Officers of the Provisional Army i j 

ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTERS-GENERAL 

John S. Bransford, Nashville 

Samuel T. Bicknell, with General Caswell 

E. F. Cheatham, with General Anderson 

Jesse B. Clements, Nashville 

George W. Cunningham, Nashville 

W. P. Davis, Camp Trousdale 

John W. Eldridge, Union City 

John G. Finnie, Memphis 

James Glover, with General Anderson 

John S. Hill, with Stephens' regiment 

A. L. McClellan, with Cummings' regiment 

J. H. McMahon, Trenton 

Thomas S. Marshall, Nashville 

Thomas Peters, Memphis 

John L. Sehon, Nashville 

A. J. Vaughn, West Tennessee 

SURGEON-GENERAL 

B. W. Arent 

MILITARY AND FUNDING BOARD 

Neill S. Brown 
James E. Bailey 
W. G. Harding 



LIST OF FIELD OFFICERS AND CAPTAINS IN 
THE ARTILLERY CORPS OF TENNESSEE 

Appointed by Governor I sham G. Harris, and Confirmed by 
the Legislature of Tennessee 

John P. McCown Promoted May 17, 1861, Colonel 

Milton A. Haynes " " " Lt.-Col. 

Alex. P. Stewart " " " Major 

Arthur N. Rutledge, Light Battery, 

Zollicoffer " " Sr. Capt. 

Marshall T. Polk, Light Battery, 
Gen. Polk 

Wm. H. Jackson, Light Battery, Gen. 
Polk 

Andrew Jackson, Jr., Heavy Battery, 
Gen. Polk 

Smith P. Bankhead, Light Battery, 
McCown 

G. Wm. Miller, Heavy Battery, 

Bowling Green, Ky June 1 

Fred Krone, disbanded 

Fred Warner, resigned 

Robt. Sterling, vice Warner, Heavy 
Battery, Columbus, Ky 

J. Hamilton, died Sept. 15, 1861 

S. H. D. Hamilton, died Jan. 1, 1862 " Sept. 20 

First Lieutenant Thomas N. John- 
son, Commanding Siege Artillery 

William Keiter, killed by explosion, 

Lady Polk, Nov. 8, 1861 " June 20 

W. Y. C. Humes, Heavy Battery, Co- 
lumbus, Ky Nov. 8 

Jesse Taylor, Heavy Battery, Fort 

Henry " July 18 

W. O. Crane, recruiting 

Thomas K. Porter, Light Battery, 

Bowling Green, Ky " 

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Officers and Captains in the Artillery Corps 1 9 



John P. Lynch, Light Battery, Knox- 

ville Promoted July 18, 1861, Sr. 

John W. Stewart, Heavy Battery, 

New Madrid " July 25 

Hugh L. W. McClung, Light Battery, 
Knoxville 

Frank Maney, Light Battery, Fort 

Donelson " Sept. 17 

William R. Dunlap, died Oct. 2, 1861 

George H. Monsarratt, Light Battery, 

Hopkinsville " Oct. 2 

A. P. Griffith, Light Battery, Hop- 
kinsville " Sept. 20 

J. Wesley Eldridge, Light Battery, 

Hopkinsville " Nov. 20 

J. G. Anglaide, Heavy Battery, Co- 
lumbus, Ky " " 21 

J. C. B. Jones, Heavy Battery, Co- 
lumbus, Ky. 



Capt. 



PROVISIONAL ARMY OF TENNESSEE 

SNEED, JOHN L. T. 

Brigadier-General, Provisional Army of Tennessee, 
1861. 



Bradford, Hiram S., Maj., A. A. G. 
Finney, J. J., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Grey, W. W., Maj., A. C. S. 
Hammond, E. Shelley, Lieut., A. D. G. 
Bradford, J. D., Maj., A. A. G. 



FOSTER, ROBERT G. 

Brigadier-General, Provisional Army of Tennessee. 



Brown, J. Lucian, Maj., A. Q. M. 
Craghead, James B., A A. A. G. 
Heiman, A., Maj.. A. D. C. 
Smiley, Thomas S., A. D. C. 

Williamson, . Cant., A. C. S. 

Smith, Thos. T., A. D. G. 



General Officers 

of the 

Confederate Army Appointed from 
Tennessee 



LIST OF NAMES OF GENERAL OFFICERS OF 

THE CONFEDERATE ARMY, APPOINTED 

FROM TENNESSEE 

With dates of appointments and promotions and previous 

service in the United States Army; and names, rank and 

duties of the Staff Officers as far as ascertained 

ADAMS, JOHN. 

Cadet at U. S. Military Academy, July i, 1841; 
Brevet 2d Lieutenant 1st Dragoons, July 1, 1846; 
2d Lieutenant, December 6, 1846; 1st Lieutenant, 
October 9, 1851; Captain, November 30, 1856; Brevet 
1 st Lieutenant, March 16, 1848, for gallant and meri- 
torious conduct in the battle of Santa Cruz de Posates, 
Mexico. 

Resigned May 31, 1861. 

Brigadier-General, December 29, 1862. 

Killed at battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 
30, 1864. 

COMMANDS 

Post Memphis, Tennessee, 1861-62. 
Brigade composed of 6th, 14th, 15th, 20th, 23d 
and 43d Mississippi regiments, Loring's division. 
Stewart's corps, Army of Tennessee. 

STAFF 

Adams, Thomas, Maj., A. C. S. 
Billups, John W., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Gibson, Thos. J., Capt., A. A. G. 
Gregory, Edward H., Capt., A. I. G. 
Love, John, Brigade Surgeon 
Saunders, , Col. Vol., A. D. C. 

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ANDERSON, SAMUEL R. 

Lieutenant-Colonel of the First Tennessee regiment 
infantry in the Mexican War. Major-General Provi- 
sional Army of Tennessee, May, 1861. 

Brigadier-General P. A. C. S., July 9, 1861. 

Resigned May 10, 1862, and reappointed. 

Died at Nashville, Tennessee, January 2, 1883. 



Allen, John. Maj., A. Q M. 
Avent, B. W., Surgeon. 
Bowen, Achilles. Maj., Eng. Off. 
Cocke, Daniel F.. Mai.. A. C. S. 
Nicholas. W. C. Med. Div. 
Smith, Granville. Col. Vol., A. D. C. 
Stewart, Lvcurgus. Maj. 
Vick. A. W., A. Q. M. 
Whitthorne, U. C, Vol., A. D. C. 
Glover, James, Maj., Q. M. 
Vick, A. W., Capt., Q. W. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 25 



BATE, WILLIAM B. 

First Lieutenant third Tennessee regiment in Mex- 
ican War. Brigadier-General C. S. A., October 3, 
1862; Major-General C S. A., February 23, 1864. 

Died in Washington City, March 9, 1905. 

COMMANDS 

Brigade composed of the 2d, 10th, 15th, 20th, 30th 
and 37th regiments, Tennessee infantry, 37th Georgia 
regiment of infantry, 4th battalion Georgia sharp- 
shooters and the Eufaula light battery of artillery, 
Hardie's corps, Stewart's division, Army of Tennessee. 

Division composed of the brigades of Tyler, Lewis 
and Finley, and light batteries of Slocomb, Cobb and 
Mebane, Army of Tennessee. 



Moore, Benjamin Rust, Col. Vol., A. D. C. 
Nichal, Bradford, Capt., Ord. Off. 
Pirtle, John B., Capt., A. A. A. G. 
Rice, James E., Capt., Ord. Off. 
Rice, Francis E., Capt., Ord. Off. 
Rhea, Weston, Mai., A. Q. M., Pay Dept. 
Rogan, Chas. B., Capt., Ord. Off. 
Sykes, N. J., Mai., A. C. S. 

Schoef, , Maj., A. I. G. 

Tyree, Edward P., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Wiley, John R., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Winchester, George, Maj., A. I. G. 
Wood, Robert, Capt., A. Q. M. 
Weakley, S. P., Capt., A. C. S. 

Weiden, , Surgeon 

Weakley, T. P., Capt., A. C. S. 
Yancy, William C, Capt., A. A. G. 



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BELL, TYREE H. 

Brigadier-General, February 28, 1865 ; Captain 12th 
regiment Tennessee infantry, June 4, 1861 ; Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel 1 2th regiment Tennessee infantry, June 5, 
1 861; Colonel 1 2th regiment Tennessee infantry, Au- 
gust, 1862. 

Died in New Orleans, La., August 30, 1902. 

COMMANDS 

As Colonel in 1864 commanded a brigade composed 
of the regiments of Colonels Russell, Green, Wilson 
and Newman and Lieutenants Wisdom, Barteau. 

As Brigadier-General commanded a brigade in the 
Jackson division, Forrest's cavalry. 



Allison, S. F. P., Capt, A. I. G. 
Allison, S. P., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Bell, J. T., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Bell. Isaac, Lieut., A. D. C. 
Bell, J. L, Lieut., A. I. G. 
Bennett. W. K., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Clark, Renken D., Capt., A. A. A. G. 
Harris, A. G. Lieut., Act'g A. C. S. 
Harris, C. C, Lieut., Ord. Off. 
Lea, G. L, Capt., A. Q. M. 
Richardson, Thomas E., Capt., A. A. G. 
Smith, Pleasant A.. Lieut., A. A. & I. G. 
Womack, D. M., Capt., A. C. S. 

McDonall, W. W., Capt., 

Hurt, A. R., Lieut., 

Porter, Wm. H, Cadet, C. S. A., acting A. D. C. ; killed 
at Bryce Cross Roads 



BROWN, JOHN C. 

Brigadier-General, August 30, 1862; Major-Gen- 
eral, August 4, 1864. 

Died, August 17, 1889, at Red Boiling Springs, 
Tennessee. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee ij 



COMMANDS 

Colonel 3d Tennessee regiment infantry, Provisional 
Army of Tennessee, May 16, 1861. 

Brigade composed of 18th, 26th and 45th regiments 
Tennessee infantry and Newman's battalion Ten- 
nessee infantry, Stewart's division, Polk's corps of 
Tennessee. 

Division composed of the brigades of Generals D. 
C. Govan and James A. Smith, Army of Tennessee. 

STAFF 

Brown, Gaines T., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Blanchard, J. G., Lieut., A. I. G. 
Carter, B. F., Maj., A. C. S. 
Carter, W. A., Vol., A. D. C. 
Cheney, Hampton J., Capt., A. A. G. 
Cockville, Mark S., Lieut., Ord. Off. 
Grant, Jas. F., Brigade Surgeon 
Lone, Gideon H., Capt., A. & I. G. 
McCallum, Geo. B., Vol., A. D. C. 
Plummer, P. B., A. D. C. 
Rogers, C. G., Lieut., A. A. G. 
Roy, Benjamin P., Maj., A. Q. M. 

CAMPBELL, ALEX. W. 

Colonel of 33d Tennessee regiment infantry, 
1861-62. 

Colonel Inspector-General on staff of Major-Gen- 
eral L. Polk, 1862-63. Brigadier-General, May 1, 
1865. 

Died at Jackson, Tennessee, June 14, 1893. 



COMMAND 

Brigade in General W. H. Jackson's brigade, For- 
rest's cavalry. 



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Alexander, J. M., Brig. Surgeon 
Baxter, John A., Surgeon 
Featherston, C. N., Lieut., Ord. Off. 
Harris, Wm. R., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Harris, James E., Cadet, A. D. C. 
Henderson, W. F., Lieut., A. A. G. 
Morerod, E. R., Lieut., Act'g A. C. 5 
Overton, John, Capt., A. I. G. 
Pierce, S. D., Lieut., Act'g. Q. M. 
Stitch, Ferdinand, Capt., A. A. G. 
Sykes, W. J., Maj., A. C. S 
Warren, A., Maj., A. Q. M. 



CARROLL, WM. H. 

Brigadier-General Provisional Army of Tennessee, 
, 1861. 



Brigadier-General, P. A. C. S., October 21, 1861. 
Resigned, February 1, 1863. 
Died, . 

COMMAND 

District of East Tennessee and the forces therein. 



Carroll, Wm. H., Jr., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Monsarratt, Geo. H., Maj., A. A. A. G. 
Warren, W. H., Capt., Ord. Off. 
Young, Casey, Capt., A. A. G. 
Mitchell, R. N.. Brig. Surgeon 
Rice, Francis, Surgeon 
Warren, A., Capt., Ord. Off. 

CARTER, JOHN C. 

Captain 38th Tennessee regiment, , 1861. 

Major 38th Tennessee regiment, , 1862. 

Colonel 38th Tennessee regiment, , 1863. 

Brigadier-General, July 7, 1864. 
Killed at uattle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 
30, 1864. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 29 

COMMANDS 

Brigadier-General Marcus J. Wright's brigade, con- 
sisting of 8th, 1 6th, 28th, 51st and 52d Tennessee regi- 
ments of infantry. 

Murray's battalion Tennessee infantry and Captain 
W. W. Caine's battery of artillery, Cheatham's divi- 
sion, Polk's corps, Army of Tennessee. 

STAFF 

Whitthorne, Washington C, Adjt.-Gen. of Tenn. Vol., 
A. D. C, Staff of Gen. Marcus J. Wright, former 
Commander of brigade. 



CHEATHAM, BENJAMIN F. 

Captain of Co. I and Colonel of the 2d Tennessee 
regiment in the War with Mexico. 

Brigadier-General Provisional Army of Tennessee, 
May 9, 1861. 

Brigadier-General Fiovisional Army Confederate 
States, July 9, 1861. 

Major-General, March 10, 1861. 

Died at Nashville, Tennessee, September 4, 1886. 



COMMANDS 

Brigade consisting of the 15th Senior Tennessee 
regiment, the 6th and 9th Tennessee regiments infantry 
and Blythe's Mississippi battery infantry. 

Second Division Western Department at Columbus, 
Kentucky, regiments of Colonel Preston Smith and 
William H. Stephen. (6th.) 



30 Tennessee in the War 

Division composed of brigades of Generals George 
Maney, Preston Smith, Marcus J. Wright and O. F. 
Strahl — 1862-63. Afterward of brigades of Maney, 
Wright, Strahl, A. I. Vaughan and I. R. Jackson. 

Army corps, , 1864. 



STAFF 

Barbee, S. E., Maj., A. C. S. 

Bostick, Joseph, Maj., A. A. I. G. 

Bowers, Joseph, Asst. Med. Director 

Brooks, S. H., Maj. Vol., A. D. C. 

Breysacker, Med. Dir. 

Butler, B. J., Maj., Com. of Sub. 

Campbell, Alex. W., Col., A. I. G. 

Campbell, John J., Lieut., Act'g. A. D. C. 

Cheatham, John A., Maj., Chf. of Ord. 

Clark, J., Capt, Ord. Off. 

Hampton, Henry, Maj., A. A. A. G. 

Harris, Isham G., Governor of Tennessee, Vol., A. D. C. 

Henry, Thos. R, Maj., A. I. G. 

Ingram, John, Maj., A. A. G. 

Little, George, Capt., Ord. Off. 

McNairy, Frank, Maj., A. D. C. 

Mann, John G., Capt., Eng. Off. 

Pickett, George B., Capt., Chf. of Eng. 

Porter, James D., Maj., A. A. G., Chief of Staff 

Rice, Frank, Chief Surgeon 

Robertson, Abbott L., Lieut., A. D. C. 

Smith, I. Webb, Capt., A. D. C. 

Smith, Melanchton, Col., Chf. of Art'y 

Tyler, R. C, A. Q. M. 

Vaulx, Joseph, Capt., A. I. G. 

Wright, Marcus J., Lieut.-Col.. A. A. A. G. 

Yandell, Patton, Capt., A. Q. M. 

Young, G. V, Maj., A. Q. M., Chf. Q. M. 



DAVIDSON, HENRY B. 

Captain corps of cavalry, C. S. A., March 16, 1861, 
Brigadier-General, August 18, 1863. 

COMMAND 

Brigade in Wheeler's command. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 3 1 



STAFF 

Allen, Geo. Davidson, Capt., A. D. C. 
Parker, Thomas, Lieut., A. & I. G. 
Bayley, Edmond, Capt., A. C. S. 

Bell, , Maj., A. Q. M. 

Clay, Henry B., Capt., A. I. G. 

Holcombe, , Capt., A. & I. G. 

Herndon, Addison C, A. Q. M., Paymaster 
Hill, William, Maj., A. & I. G. 
Hurd, Wm. A., Maj., A. C. S. 
Kerr, Hugh, Capt., A. D. C. 
Nash, Thomas, Maj., A. Q. M. 

Randolph, , Maj., A. A. G. 

Ryan, R. B., Lieut., Act'g A. D. C. 
Ross, Reuben R., Lieut.-Col., A. & I. G. 
Waters, Frank, Maj., A. A. G. 

Warren, , Maj., Ord. Off. 

Steinback, L. K., Maj., Q. M. 
Marshall, W. R„ Capt., A. I. G. 
Wallace, E. F., Capt., A. C. S. 
Parker, H. H., Lieut., Ord. Off. 



DIBRELL, GEORGE C. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 25th regiment Tennessee infan- 
try, August 10, 1861. 

Colonel regiment Partisan Raiders, September, 
1861. 

Brigadier-General, July 26, 1864. 

Died at Sparta, Tennessee, May 9, 1! 



COMMANDS 

Brigade composed of 4th Alabama, 8th and 9th regi- 
ments Tennessee cavalry and Tennessee cavalry bat- 
talions of Cox and Napier. Shaw's Tennessee battery, 
1862-63. 

July, 1863, temporary commands Armstrong's brig- 
ade. 

July 1, 1863, commanding Dibrell's and Gen. John 
G. Williams' cavalry brigades, the latter composed of 
1st, 2d and 9th Kentucky cavalry. Colonel W. C. P. 



32 Tennessee in the War 



Breckenridge, commanding. On the 12th of April, 
1865, commanded escort to President Davis. 



Allison. D. A., Capt., A. A. G. 
Bailey, G. N., Capt., A. A. G 
Barnes, Gaines M., Capt.. Ord. Off. 
Chapin, Wm. P., A. I. G. 
Clift, M. H., Capt., A. C. S. 
Dibrell, M. C, Capt., A. Q. M. 
Ellis, Leslie, Capt., A. A. G. 
Martin, Hugh B., Capt., A. A. G 
Morgan, J. M., Capt., A. Q. M. 
Morgan, Geo. H., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Raworth, D. B., Lieut, A. A. G. 
Smallman, M. D., Lieut., A. A. G. 
Smith, Austin W., , Chaplain 



DONELSON, DANIEL S. 

Cadet at the U. S. Military Academy, 2d Lieutenant 
3d Artillery, July 1, 1825. 
Resigned, January 22, 1826. 
Brigadier-General, January 17, 1863. 
Major-General, January 17, 1863. 
Died at Knoxville, Tennessee, April 17, 1863. 

COMMANDS 

Brigade composed of the 8th, 10th, 16th, 28th, 38th, 
51st and 52d Tennessee regiments of infantry and 
Captain W. W. Carnes' battery of Artillery. 1st brig- 
ade, 2d division, 1st corps, Army of the Mississippi. 

1st Division of the Right Wing, Army of 
the Mississippi, composed of brigades of Brigadier- 
Generals Maney and Stewart, and Donelson's brigade 
commanded by Colonel John H. Savage, commanding 
Department of East Tennessee, January, 1863. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 33 



Bradford, John, Capt, A. A. & I. G. 
Craig, S., Capt.. A. D. C. 
Donelson, Samuel, Lieut., A. D. C. 
Duvall, Henry, Lieut., A. D. C. 
Gray, J. W., Surgeon 
Henry, Gustavus A. J., Capt., A. A. G. 
Lewis, Granville, Col. Vol., A. D. C. 
Lindsay, Henry, Vol., A. D. C. 

Lowe, , Vol., A. D. C. 

Martin, James G, Capt., A. A. G. 
Munday, W. S., Maj., A. C. S. 
Rite, J. L., Capt., Col., A. D. C. 

Wilkes, James H., , A. A. D. C. 

Winchester, Geo. W., Maj., A. Q. M. 

FORREST, NATHAN BEDFORD. 

Captain company of Tennessee cavalry, May 
1 861. 

Colonel Forrest's regiment cavalry, 1861-62. 
Brigadier-General, July 21, 1862. 
Major-General P. A. C. S., December 4, 1863. 
Lieutenant-General, February 28, 1865. 



Died in Memphis, Tennessee, October 29, 1877. 

COMMANDS 

Brigade composed of 4th, 8th and 9th Tennessee 
regiments of cavalry, Russell's 4th Alabama cavalry, 
and Freeman's battery of artillery; assigned to com- 
mand of all the cavalry in West Tennessee and North 
Mississippi, consisting of his own brigade and the 
brigades of the Chalmers, McCullock, Richardson, 
Bell, Jeffrey, Forrest, and subsequently Lyon's brigade, 
the whole organized into two divisions commanded 
by Chalmers and Buford respectively. 

As Lieutenant-General commanding the cavalry di- 
visions of Chalmers, Buford and McCullock's 2d Mis- 
souri cavalry and the militia forces of the Mississippi. 

District of the Mississippi and East Louisiana, July 
, 1865. 



34 Tennessee in the War 



STAFF 

Anderson, Chas. W., Capt., Maj., A. D. C. & A. A. G. 

Brand, W. H., , A. A. A. G. 

Cowan, J. B., Surgeon, Chief Surgeon 
Dashiell, Geo., Capt., Paymaster 
Daves, J. N, Lieut., A. D. C. 
Donelson, Samuel, Capt., A. D. C. 
Dunnington, Frank C, Vol., A. D. C. 
Forrest, Wm. H., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Galloway, J. G, A. & I., Gen. Ord. duty 
Mann, John G., Eng. Off. 
Mason, Richard M., Maj., A. Q. M. 
May, A. Warren, A. Q. M. 
Morton, John W., Capt.. A. Chf. of Art. 
Newman, J., Surg.. Med. Div. 
Otey, N. Mercer, Lieut., A. A. A. G. 
Pittman, R. W., Capt, A. & I. G. 
Rambaut, G. V., Maj.. Chf. of Sub. 
Robins, fhos., Capt., A. A. D. C. 
Saunders, James, Col. Vol, A. D. C. 
Severson, Chas. S, Maj, Chf. Q. M. 

Spottswood, E. A, , A. A. A. G. 

Strange, Jno. Prees, Maj, A. A. G. 

Tate, T. S, Lieut, A. I. G. 

Trezevant, Edward B, Lieut, A. A. A. G. 

Warren, Archibald, Maj, A. Q. M. 

Whitthorne, W. C, Adjt.-Gen. of Tenn. Vol, A. D. C. 

GORDON, GEORGE W. 

Colonel nth Tennessee regiment infantry, Decem- 
ber, 1862. 

Brigadier-General, August 15, 1864. 

COMMAND 

Brigade composed of the nth, 12th, 13th, 29th, 
47th and 154th Senior Tennessee regiments infantry. 

STAFF 

Ballentine, A. J, Maj, A. D. C. 
Cluskey, M. W, Capt, A. A. G. 

HATTON, ROBERT. 

Colonel of 7th regiment Tennessee infantry, 1861. 
Brigadier-General, May 23, 1862. 
Killed at battle of Seven Pines, Virginia, March 31, 
1862. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 35 

STAFF 

The records do not give names of staff of this officer. 

HILL, BENJAMIN J. 

Colonel 35th regiment Tennessee infantry, Septem- 
ber 6, 1861. 

Brigadier-General, November 30, 1864. 
Died at McMenville, Tennessee, July 5, 1880. 

COMMANDS 

Brigade in Cleburne's division, Army of Tennessee. 
Provost-Marshal-General, Army of Tennessee. 



Sanford, James F., Capt., A. A. G. 
Lanford, R. C, Maj., A. C. S. 



HUMES, WILLIAM Y. C. 

Captain artillery, Provisional Army of Tennessee, 
June, 1 86 1. 

Brigadier-General, November 16, 1863. 

Died at Huntsville, Alabama, September 12, 1883. 

COMMANDS 

Brigade of cavalry in Wheeler's cavalry corps, 

1863. 

Division in Wheeler's cavalry corps, consisting of 
brigades of Ashby, Harrison and Williams. 



Walker, Samuel P., A. & I. G. 
Harris, U. H., A. Q. M. 
Wade, J. H., Lieut., Aci'g. A. D. C. 
Muekey, W. A., Med. Div. 
Crawford, R., Lieut., Ord. Off. 
White, J. B., Lieut., A. D. C. 



36 Tennessee in the War 



JACKSON, ALFRED E. 

Brigadier-General, February 9, 1863. 

Commanding 4th M. I. District of East Tennessee. 

Died October 30, 1889, at Jonesboro, Tennessee. 

STAFF 

The records do not give names of staff of this officer. 



JACKSON, WILLIAM H. 

Cadet of U. S. Military Academy, July, 1852. 

Brevet 2d Lieutenant Mounted Rifles, July 1, 1856; 
2d Lieutenant, December 30, 1856. 

Brigadier-General Provisional Army Confederate 
States, December 29, 1862. 



COMMANDS 

Captain commanding Tennessee cavalry, 1861. 

Seventh Tennessee Cavalry, 1862. 

Brigade of cavalry composed of the brigades of 
Ross and Armstrong, afterwards commanding division 
composed of Forrest's old brigade and Bell's and Camp- 
bell's Tennessee and Ross's Texas brigade, command- 
ing cavalry left wing of Lieutenant-General J. E. 
Johnston's army in Dalton — Atlanta campaign. 

Advance division of cavalry in Tennessee campaign 
under General Hood. 

Cavalry covering retreat of Hood's army from 
Nashville. 

Died at his residence at Belle Meade, near Nashville, 
Tennessee, April 30, 1903. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 37 



Bond, Lewis, Capt., Ord. Off. 

Butt, Richard L., Brig. Surgeon 

Brogden, Arthur, Surgeon 

Crouch, B. T., Act'g. A. D. C. 

Crump, James R., Lieut., A. D. C. 

Ewing, Wm., Lieut., A. D. C. 

Glover, A. P., Maj., A. C. S. 

Harris, C. A., Surgeon 

Hogg, G. A., Chief Surgeon 

Jones, James C, Lieut., A. A. A. G. 

Martin, J. Henry, Lieut., A. D. C. 

Moorman, George, Capt., A. A. G. 

Paul, W. P., Maj., A. Q. M. 

Simmons, J. F., Maj., A. Q. M. (Paymaster) 

Sykes, E. T., Capt., A. A. G. 

Slover, A. P., Maj., A. C. S. 

Summerville, John W., A. & I. G. 

Scott, H. T., Capt., Ord. Off. 

Waites, John, Capt., Chf. of Art. 



JOHNSON, BUSHROD RUST. 

Cadet in United States Military Academy, July 1, 
1836; 2d Lieutenant 3d infantry, July 1, 1840 ; 1st 
Lieutenant, February 29, 1844. 

Resigned October 22, 1847. 

Colonel of regiment of Engineers, Provisional Army 
of Tennessee, June 28, 1861. 

Brigadier-General, July 24, 1862. 

Major-General, May 21, 1864. 

Died at Miles Station, Illinois, September 10, 1880. 



COMMANDS 

Brigade composed of the 17th, 23d, 25th, 37th and 
44th Tennessee regiments of infantry and Captain 
Darden's battery of the artillery, Army of Tennessee. 

In 1862 the 3d brigade, 3d division, Army of the 
Mississippi. 



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Tennessee in the War 



Brigade composed of the 17th, 23d, 25th, 44th and 
63d regiments of Tennessee infantry. 

Division composed of Johnson's brigade commanded 
by Colonel Fulton, Wise, Elliott and Graves' brigades 
and 64th Georgia regiment, Army of Northern Vir- 
ginia. 



Anderson, John H., Col. Vol., A. D. C. 
Andrews, P. B., Lieut., A. I. G. 
Black, W. W., Lieut.. A. I. G. 
Blakemore, W. S., Capt., A. D. C. 
Ellis, Powhatan, Maj., A. A. G. 
Foote, R. E., Capt., A. A. G. 
Hamilton, James R, Maj., A. C. S. 
Jones, C. S. D., Capt., A. A. G. 
Lake, James B., Lieut., Ord. Off. 
Marchbanks, Geo., Lieut., Act'g. A. D. C. 
McLean, Frank J., Lieut., Act'g. A. D. C 
Moore, D. S., Capt., Vol., A. D. C. 
Mooreman, Geo. F., Lieut., Act'g. A. D. C. 
Overton, John W.. Capt., Vol., A. D. C. 
Randolph, C. L., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Rogers, Chas. E., Maj., A. A. G. 
Smith, E. R., Lieut., A. I. G. 
Smith, Geo. H., Lieut., A. I. G. 
Snowden, Robert B., Capt., A. A. G. 
Vanleer, Joseph, Capt., Vol., A. D. C. 
Whitner, Wm., Capt., A. A. G. 



McCOMB, WILLIAM. 

Colonel of 14th Tennessee regiment of infantry, Sep- 
tember 2, 1862. 

Brigadier-General, July 20, 1864. 

COMMANDS 

Brigade in Heth's division, 3d corps, Army of North- 
ern Virginia, consisting of the 1st, 7th and 14th regi- 
ments of Tennessee infantry. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 39 



Allen, John, Capt., A. A. G. 
Allensworth, A. J., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Andrew, James, Capt., Ord. Off. 
Hawkins, Dick, Maj., A. C. S. 
McCullock, R. E., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Moore, Wm. G., Capt., A. I. G. 
Johnson, Polk, Lieut., A. & I. G. 

McCOWN, JOHN PORTER. 

Cadet United States Military Academy, September 
1, 1835; 2d Lieutenant 4th artillery, July 1, 1840; 1st 
Lieutenant, September 30, 1843; Captain March 9, 
1851; Brevet Captain, April 18, 1847, f° r gallant and 
meritorious service in the battle of Cerrogordo. 

Resigned, May 17, 1861. 

Brigadier-General, Army Confederate States, Oc- 
tober 12, 1 86 1. 

Major-General, March 10, 1862. 

Died, January 22, 1879. 

COMMANDS 

Lieutenant-Colonel corps of artillery, Confederate 
States Army, March 16, 1861. 

Colonel commanding corps of artillery, Provisional 
Army of Tennessee, May, 1861. 

3d division of Western Department, 1861. 

Commands of Colonels Neely and Mark. 

Division composed of brigades of Cabell and 
Churchill, Army of the West. 

Division composed of brigades of Ector, Rains and 
McNair. 

Army of the West, divisions of McCown, Little and 
Maury, June, 1862. 

Department of East Tennessee, 1862. 

Division in Army of Kentucky under General E. 
Kirby Smith. 



4-0 Tennessee in the War 



Allison, J. D., Capt, Ord. Off. 

Barrow, B., Capt., A. A. G. 

Bell, W. S., Med. Dir. 

Bradford, H. G., Maj., A. A. G. 

Bronson, Smith H., Maj., A. C. S. 

Chamberlain, D. C, Lieut., A. A. D. C. 

Cheatham, M., Maj., A. Q. M. 

Coble, R. S., Capt., Eng. Off. 

dimming, E. H., Capt.. Sig. Off. 

DeWolff, S. R, Capt., A. A. G. 

Dyer, W. E., Lieut-Col., A. Q. M. (Paymaster) 

Foote, Henry S., Capt., A. D. C. 

Glass, P. T., Maj.. A. C. S. 

Kennedy, C. W., Capt., A. Q. M. 



MANEY, GEORGE. 

Colonel i st Tennessee regiment infantry, May 8, 
1861. 

Brigadier-General, April 16, 1862. 

Died in Washington, D. C, February 9, 190 1. 

COMMANDS 

Brigade composed of 1st, 4th, 6th, 9th and 27th Ten- 
nessee regiments of Tennessee infantry and Captain 
Melanchton Smith's battery of light artillery; 2d 
brigade, 2d division, 1st corps, Army of the Mississippi. 
The 41st and 50th regiments of Tennessee infantry 
were subsequently added to the brigade in Army of 
Tennessee. 

STAFF 

Cockrell, E., Capt., A. Ord. Off. 
Harris, Wm., Vol.. A. D. C. 
Harrison, R. H., Capt., Col., A. D. C. 
Malone, Thos. H.. Capt.. A. A. G. 
Trezevant, J. H., Capt., Vol.. A. D. C. 
House, John R. Vol., A. D. C. 
Porter, Alex. J., Capt., A. A. G. 
Whitthorne, Wm., Private Vol., A. D. C. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 41 

MORGAN, JOHN H. 

General Morgan was a Kentuckian, but the official 
records show his appointment from Tennessee, and 
hence I include him in this list. 

Captain Kentucky cavalry company, 1861. 

Colonel 2d Kentucky cavalry, April 4, 1862. 

Brigadier-General, Provisional Army Confederate 
States, December 11, 1862. 

Killed at Greenville, Tennessee, September 4, 1864. 

COMMANDS 

Brigade in Wheeler's cavalry corps, Army of Ten- 
nessee, composed of 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th and 10th Kentucky 
and Breckenridge's and Ward's Tennessee regiments, 
cavalry, Hamilton's battalion, Quick's company of 
scouts, Murphy's Kentucky company and Byrnes' bat- 
tery of light artillery. 



STAFF 

Alston, R. A., Capt., A. A. G. 
Grenfel, E. St. Leger. Capt., A. A. G. 

(Lewellen. , Capt., A. Q. M.?) 

Lewellen, D. H., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Morgan, Charlton, Capt.. A. D. C. 
Magenis. W. M., A. A. G. 
Roberts, Green, Capt., Act'g A. D. C. 
Rogers, G. S., Capt., A. & I. G. 
Tyler, Robert, Lieut., Act'g A. D. C. 
William, Rufus K., , Act'g A. D. 



PALMER, JOSEPH B. 

Colonel 1 8th Tennessee regiment infantry, 1862. 
Brigadier-General, November 15, 1864. 
Died at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, November 4, 
1890. 



42 Tennessee in the War 

COMMANDS 

In 1862 as Colonel, brigade in Breckenridge's divi- 
sion, Polk's corps, Army of Tennessee. 

Brigade composed of the 3d, 18th, 26th, 32d and 
45th regiments of Tennessee infantry, the 23d Tennes- 
see battalion infantry, the 58th and 60th North Caro- 
lina regiments of infantry. 



Barton. Tames S., , A. A. G. 

Boyd. Edward K.. Lieut., Ord. Off. 
Cleveland, John B.. Capt.. A. A. G. 
May. Tohn B., Capt., A. A. G. 
Terreth, B. A., Lieut., A. & I. G. 

PILLOW, GIDEON JOHNSON. 

Tennessee Brigadier-General of Volunteers, July, 
1846. Major-General, April 13, 1847. Honorably 
discharged, July 20, 1848. (War with Mexico.) 

Major-General Provisional Army of Tennessee, 
May 19, 1861. 

Brigadier-General Provisional Army Confederate 
States, July 9, 1861. 

Died in Lee County, Arkansas, October 8, 1878. 

COMMANDS 

In 1 86 1, 1st division of Western Department. 
Cavalry brigade, Army of Tennessee. In charge of 
Conscripts in Western Department. 



Abernathy. John T.. Vol.. A. D. C. 
Barber, James E., Capt., A. C. S. 
Bell, W. S., Sur. Med. Div. 

Bethel, . Capt., A. D. C. 

Burch, John C. Col., A. D. C 
Cabler, L F., Capt., A. Q. M. 
Campbell. Alex. W.. Maj., A. & I. ( 
Dickson, Win., Q. M. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 43 



Edwards, O. H., Capt., A. Q. M. 
Fackler, Calvinth M., Maj., A. C. S. 
Finine, John G., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Guy, W. W., Maj., A. C. S. 
Haynes, W. H., Maj., A. C. S. 
Henry, Gus A., jr., Maj., A. A. G. 
Hill, John S., Capt., A. Q. M. 
Jackson, U. H., Capt., A. A. D. C. 

Long, , Lieut., A. D. C. 

Mason, Richard M., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Peters, Thomas, Maj., A. Q. M. 
Pillon, Geo. M., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Tyler, R. C, Maj., A. Q. M. 
Wriggs, J. A., Capt., A. Q. M. 
Weakley, S. D., Vol., A. D. C. 
Tyler, R. C, Maj., Q. M. 

QUARLES, WILLIAM A. 

Colonel 42a! Tennessee regiment infantry, 1861. 
Brigadier-General, August 25, 1863. 
Died in Montgomery County, Tennessee, January 
— , 1894. 

COMMAND 

Brigade composed of the 43d, 46th, 48th and 55th 
regiments of Tennessee infantry and the 1st Alabama 
and 4th and 30th regiments Louisiana infantry, Walt- 
hall's division, Stewart's corps, Army of Tennessee. 

STAFF 

Atkins, Geo. S., Maj., A. Q. M. 

Biddell, Ed., , Act'g A. D. C. 

Bransford, Thos., Capt., Ord. Off. 

Cowley, Stephen A., Capt., A. I. G. 

Cox, G. Thomas, Capt., A. A. G. 

Cox, Thomas A., Capt., A. A. G. 

Harris, Geo. L, Capt., A. Q. M. 

Jackson, James M., A. Surgeon 

Johnson, Ashton, Lieut., A. D. C. 

Munford, W. B., Lieut., A. D. C. & A. A. A. G. 

Napier, R. S., Surgeon 

Poindexter, W. R., Capt., A. C. S. 

Quarles, Clarence, A. D. C. & A. A. A. G. 

Shute, James, Capt., A. A. D. C. 

Smith, A. F., Lieut., A. A. A. G. 

Thomas, John Q., Maj., A. C. S. 

Westmoreland, Theodore, Surgeon 



44 Tennessee in the War 

RAINS, JAMES E. 

Colonel of nth Tennessee regiment infantry, May 
10, 1861. 

Brigadier-General, November 4, 1862. 

Killed at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 31, 
1862. 

COMMAND 

Brigade composed of the nth Tennessee, 2d North 
Carolina and 41st Georgia regiments of infantry and 
3d Georgia battalion of infantry and Captain McTyers' 
battery of light artillery, Army of Tennessee. 



STAFF 

Barkney, , A. Q. M. 

Craneus, J. S., A. A. G. 
Dyer, Randolph H., A. Q. M. 
Haymakeur, Geo. W., Vol., A. D. C. 
McLean, L. A., Vol.. A. D. C. 
Mcintosh, James, Capt., A. & I. G. 

McMurtry, , Vol., A. D. C. 

Nicholas, C. A., Capt., Vol., A. D. C. 
O'Kane, Walter, Vol., A. D. C. 
Rathburn, Geo. S., Vol., A. D. C. 

Rogers, Chas. S., Capt., 

Smith, Felix R., Capt., A. I. G. 
Thompson, T. B., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Woorward, , 



RICHARDSON, ROBERT B. 

Colonel 1 2th Tennessee cavalry, February 14, 1863. 
Brigadier-General, December 11, 1863. 
Nomination not confirmed by the Senate. 

command 

Brigade composed of the 7th, 12th, 14th and 15th 
regiments Tennessee cavalry and McDonald's Tennes- 
see cavalry. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 45 



STAFF 

Joyner, J. T., Vol., A. D. C. 
Lucas, J. M., Lieut., Vol., A. D. C. 
Reneau, W. E., Capt., A. A. & I. G. 
Waddell, T. B., Lieut., A. D. C. 



SMITH, JAMES ARGYLE. 

Cadet Military Academy, July 1, 1848. 

Brevet 2d Lieutenant, 6th infantry, July 1, 1853; 
Lieutenant, March 3, 1855; Ist Lieutenant, December 
2, 1859. 

Resigned, May 9, 1861. 

Appointed from Tennessee as Brigadier-General, 
September 30, 1863. 



Godfrey, Irwin, Surgeon 
Gordan. W. M., Capt., A. J. G. 
Grant, Robert, Capt , A. A. G. 
Hanley, S. P., Lieut., A. A. A. G. 
Hardy, W. H., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Heme, Joseph T., A. A. G. 
Hopkins, M. H., A. & I. G. 
Jenell, George, Lieut., Ord. Off. 
Leonard, J. L., Capt., A. & I. G. 
Merter, G. A., Capt., A. A. G. 
Moore, U. H., Capt., A. Q. M. 
Rankin, John W., Lieut., A. A. C. S. 
Sneed, S. G., Lieut., A. A. A. G. 
Stewart, James, Maj., A. Q. M. 
Stevans, Walter H„ Eng. Off. 
Wilson, W. P., Lieut., A. D. C. 



SMITH, PRESTON. 

Colonel 154th Senior Tennessee regiment of infan- 
try. 

Brigadier-General, October 27, 1862. 
Killed at Chickamauga, September 20, 1863. 



46 Tennessee in the War 

COMMAND 

Brigade composed of the nth, 12th, 13th, 29th, 
47th and 154th Senior Tennessee regiments of infan- 
try, a battalion of sharpshooters and Captain W. L. 
Scott's battery of light artillery, Cheatham's division, 
Polk's corps, Army of Tennessee. 

STAFF 

Beecher, Edward A., Maj., A. C. S. 
Cluskey, Michael W., Capt, A. A. G. 
Dashiell, George, Maj., A. Q. M. 
Dawson, Jno. W., Capt., A. C. S. 

Davidson, J. W., , A. C. S. 

Donelson, John, Capt., Act'g A. D. C. 
Edmonson, James H., Capt., A. C. S. 
Looney, A. M., Maj., Vol., A. D. C 
Rodgers, Frank B., Lieut., A. D. C. 
King, Stanhope, Capt., A. C. S. 

King, , Capt., Vol., A. D. C. 

Woodward, Emmet, Surgeon 

SMITH, THOMAS B. 

Colonel 20th regiment infantry. 
Brigadier-General, July 29, 1864. 

COMMAND 

Brigade composed of the 2d, 10th and 20th Tennes- 
see, the 37th Georgia (the 15th, 30th and 37th Ten- 
nessee consolidated) and a Georgia battalion of sharp- 
shooters, Army of Tennessee. 

STEWART, ALEX. PETER. 

Cadet United States Military Academy, July 1, 
1838; 2d Lieutenant, 3d artillery, July, 1842. 

Resigned, May 31, 1845. 

Major of artillery in Provisional Army of Tennes- 
see. 

Brigadier-General, November 8, 1861. 

Major-General, June 2, 1863. 

Lieutenant-General, June 23, 1864. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 47 



"COMMANDS 

Brigade composed of the 4th, 5th, 31st and 33d Ten- 
nessee regiments of infantry, 2d brigade, Clark's divi- 
sion, Western Department. 

In May, 1862, commanding brigade in Cheatham's 
division, Polk's corps, Army of Tennessee, composed 
of the 4th, 5th, 19th, 24th, 31st and 33d Tennessee 
regiments infantry and Captain Sanford's battery of 
artillery. Division composed of the brigades of Gen- 
erals John C. Brown, B. R. Johnson, O. F. Strahl and 
H. D. Clayton, Army of Tennessee, afterwards division 
composed of the brigades of Generals Brown, Bate, 
Clayton and Strahl, Army of Tennessee. 

In 1863, division composed of the brigades of Sto- 
vall, Clayton, Gleson and Baker, Army of the West, 
Army corps composed of the division of Generals 
French, Loring and Walthall, Army of Tennessee. 

STAFF 

Beard, W. D., Maj., Q. M. 
Burton, G. W., Surgeon, Med. Inspec. 
Cross, J. D., Vol., A. D. C. 
Darden, J. D.. Capt., A. A. G. 
Eldridge, J. W., Maj., Chf. of Art. 
Finley, Luke W., Maj., Vol., A. D. C. 
Green. N., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Gale, W. D., Capt., A. A. G. 
Hatcher, John E., Vol., A. D. C. 
Hatcher, Robert A., Maj., A. A. G. 
Henry, Gustavus A., jr., A. A. G. 
House, John M., Vol., A. D. C. 
Jones, Paul, Lieut., Vol., A. D. C. 
Lauderdale, John A., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Preston, Thos. W., Capt., A. A. A. G. 
Reed, W. M., Capt., A. A. A. G. 
Ridley, Broomfield, jr., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Ross, W. B., Col., Vol., A. D. C. 
Stewart, John W., Capt., Ord. Off. 
Stewart, John W., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Thompson, John C, Maj., A. A. A. & I. G. 
Thornton, Gustavus B., Surgeon, Med. Div. 
Vinet, J. B., Eng. Off. 



48 Tennessee in the War 

STRAHL, OTHO F. 

Captain commanding company in 4th Tennessee regi- 
ment infantry, May, 1861. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 4th Tennessee infantry, 1862. 

Colonel 4th Tennessee infantry, 1863. 

Brigadier-General, July 28, 1863. 

Killed at battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 
30, 1864. 

COMMAND 

Brigade composed of the 4th, 5th, 19th, 24th, 31st 
and 33d Tennessee regiments of infantry and Stan- 
ford's battery of light artillery, Cheatham's division, 
Polk's corps, Army of Tennessee. 



Beasley, James E., Capt, A. D. C. 
Campbell, Chas. J., A. Q. M. 
Chapman, Jno. S., Capt., A. & I. G. 
Cromwell, Thomas A., Maj., A. C. S. 
DuPuy, Jno. J., Lieut., A. D. C. 
Johnston, James W., Capt., A. A. A. G. 
Marsh, Jno. R, Lieut., A. & I. G. 
McSwine, Hugh R., Capt., A. & I. G. 
Nathan, Jurius, Act'g A. D. C. 
Stapleton, T. B., Capt., A. C. S. 
Winston, Philip B., Lieut., Ord. Off. 



TYLER, ROBERT C. 

Captain, Assistant Quartermaster, April, 1861. 
Major, Assistant Quartermaster, 1861. 
Colonel 15th regiment Tennessee infantry, 1863. 
Brigadier-General, February 23, 1864. 
Killed at Fort Tyler, near West Point, Georgia, 
April 16, 1865. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 49 

COMMANDS 

Brigade composed of the 37th Georgia regiment and 
the 10th, 15th, 20th, 30th and 37th Tennessee regiments 
of infantry and the 4th battalion of Georgia sharp- 
shooters. 

Post at West Point, Georgia. 

STAFF 

The records do not give names of staff of this officer. 



VAUGHAN, ALFRED J., JR. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 13th Tennessee regiment of in- 
fantry, June 7, 1 86 1. 

Colonel 13th regiment Tennessee infantry, 1862. 

Brigadier-General, November 18, 1863. 

Died in Indianapolis, Indiana, October 1, 1899. 

COMMAND 

Brigade (formerly Preston Smith's) composed of 
the nth, 1 2th, 13th, 29th, 47th and 154th Senior Ten- 
nessee regiments of infantry, a battalion of sharp- 
shooters, and Captain W. L. Scott's battery of light 
artillery, Cheatham's division, Polk's corps, Army of 
Tennessee. 



Beecher, Ed. A., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Cluskey, M. W., Capt., A. A. G. 
Harris, Jno. W., Capt., Vol., A. D. C. 
Rodgers, Frank B., Lieut., A. D. C. 
King, Stanhope, Capt., A. C. S. 
Lanier, Richard F., Capt., A. A. & I. G. 
Beattie, Henry, Lieut., A. Ord. Off. 
Harnell, Richard M., Lieut., A. A. D. C. 



50 Tennessee in the War 

VAUGHAN, JOHN C. 

Colonel 3d Tennessee regiment of infantry, May 3, 
1861. 

Brigadier-General, September 29, 1862. 

Died at Thomasville, Georgia, September 10, 1875. 



STAFF 

Houston, Robert C, Capt., A. I. G. 
Hoyle, Jno. B., Maj., A. C. S. 
Loland, John, Lieut., A. D. C. 
McMahon, N. J., Maj., A. C. S. 
Manard, Byrd G., Capt., A. A. G. 
Ramsey, J. Crozier, Vol., A. D. C. 
Stephens, Michael H., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Triplett, John, Capt., A. A. A. G. 
Vaughan, A. J., Maj., A. Q. M. 
Vaughan, James F., Vol., A. D. C. 



WALKER, LUCAS MARSH. 

Cadet United States Military Academy, July, 1846. 

Brevet 2d Lieutenant of dragoons, July, 1850. 

2d Lieutenant, August 8, 1851. 

Resigned, March 31, 1852. 

Colonel 40th Tennessee regiment of infantry, No- 
vember 11, 1 86 1. 

Brigadier-General, March 11, 1862. 

Killed in duel by General John G. Marmaduke in 
1863. 



COMMANDS 

Cavalry, Army of the West. 

Fort Bankhead, New Madrid, Missouri. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 5 1 



Alexander, J. C, Lieut., A. G. A. D. C. 
Crockett, Robert W., Vol.. A. D. C. 
Thomas, J. D., Capt, A. Q. M. 
Branthaite, Jacob, Maj., A. Q. M. 



WILCOX, CADMUS M. 

Cadet United States Military Academy, September, 
1842. 

Brevet 2d Lieutenant, 4th infantry, July, 1846. 

2d Lieutenant, 7th infantry, February 16, 1847. 

Regiment Adjutant, July, 1847. 

1st Lieutenant, August 24, 1851. 

Captain, December 20, i860. 

Brevet 1st Lieutenant, September 13, 1847, f° r S a ^~ 
lant and meritorious services at the battle of Chapulte- 
pec, Mexico. 

Resigned, June 8, 1861. 

Captain corps of artillery, Confederate States Army, 
March 16, 1861. 

Colonel 9th regiment Alabama infantry, July 9, 
1861. 

Brigadier-General, October 21, 1861. 

Major-General, August 3, 1863. 

Died at Washington, D. C, December 2, 1890. 

COMMANDS 

Brigade composed of 8th, 9th, 10th, nth and 14th 
Alabama, 19th Mississippi and 38th Virginia regi- 
ments of infantry, Andrew's division, A. P. Hill's 
corps, Army of Northern Virginia; division composed 
of brigades of Generals Lane, Scales, McGowan and 
Thomas. 



52 Tennessee in the War 



Bolton, , Eng. Off. 

Carranay, , Maj., A. C. S. 

Englehard, J. A., Maj., A. A. G. 
Glover, Frank, Lieut, A. D. C. 
Harris, W. A., Capt., A. A. G. 

Harvie, , Capt., A. A. G. 

Hunt. L. H., Maj., A. A. G. 
Lindsay, M. M., Lieut., A. D. C. 

Peel, , Brigade Surgeon 

Pierce, Jno. D., Maj., A. Q. M. 

Reading, , Lieut., A. D. C. 

Robertson, R. M., Maj., A. C. S. 
Royston, Robert, Brigade Surgeon 

Scales, , Maj., A. Q. M. 

Taylor, Geo. W., Surgeon 

Winn, Walter E., Lieut., A. D. C. 

Willoughby, Anderson, H., Lieut., Ord. Off. 



WRIGHT, MARCUS J. 

Lieutenant-Colonel 154th Senior Tennessee regi- 
ment of infantry, April 4, 1861. 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Assistant Adjutant-General, 
June to September, 1862. 

Brigadier-General, December 13, 1862. 

COMMANDS 

Battalion of 154th Tennessee regiment and Steuben 
artillery, at Fort Wright, Randolph, Tennessee, April 
to May, 1 86 1. 

Military Governor of Columbus, Kentucky, Febru- 
ary 3 to March, 1862. 

McMinnville, Tennessee, September to December, 
1863. 

Assigned to command of Hanson's Kentucky brig- 
ade, January 17, 1863, which he relinquished February 
3, to assume command of Donelson's Tennessee brigade. 

District at Post Atlanta, Georgia, 1863-64. 

Post Macon, Georgia, 1864. 



Confederate Officers from Tennessee 53 

Brigade composed of 8th, 16th, 28th, 38th, 51st and 
52d regiments Tennessee infantry and Captain W. W. 
Carnes' battery of light artillery, Cheatham's division, 
Polk's corps, Army of Tennessee. 

District of North Mississippi and West Tennessee, 
from February 3d, 1865, until end of War. 



Akin, A. Nick., A. A. C. S. 

Beverage, J. F., Capt., A. C. S. 

Browning, W. H., Chaplain 

Butler, Lawrence L., Maj., A. A. A. G. 

Buffington, Thos. B., Surgeon 

Elcan, Henry L., Maj., A. Q. M. 

Elcan, Junius H., A. A. D. C. 

Gardenhire, Alexis, Lieut., A. A. D. C. 

Gilbert, Jno. V., Vol., A. D. C. 

Harris, Eugene T., Lieut., A. D. C. 

Harris, iMinor, ist Lieut., A. I. G. 

Harris, James E., Cadet, A. A. D. C. 

Hays, Chas., Maj., A. I. G. 

Howard, James R., Col., A. A. D. C. 

Jones, Hilton S., Brigade Surgeon 

Lee, Ed. F., Capt., A. & I. G. 

Perkins, Jno. P., Lieut., Act'g A. D. C. 

Paine, A. J., Ord. Off. 

Pierce, Wm. H., Capt., A. & I. G. 

Richardson, W. L., Lieut., Pro. Mar. 

Riddle, H. Y., Capt., A. A. G. 

Smith, Chas. T., Vol., A. D. C. 

Stake, T. E., Capt., A. & I. G. 

Thompson, W. Alex., Capt., A. C. S. 

Trezevant, Jno. P. M., Maj., A. C. S. 
* Trousdale, Leon, Capt., A. A. G. 
/"Trousdale, Chas. W., Capt., A. D. C. 

Whitthorne, W. C, Brig.-Gen., Adj't.-Gen. of Tennessee, 
A. D. C. at Chickamauga. 

Womack, Sidney, Lieut., A. D. C. & A. I. G. 



ZOLLICOFFER, FELIX K. 

Major-General, Provisional Army of Tennessee, 
May 9, 1861. 

Brigadier-General, Provisional Army Confederate 
States, July 9, 1861. 



54 Tennessee in the War 

Killed at battle of Mill Spring, or Fishing Creek, 
Kentucky, July 9, 1862. 

COMMANDS 

Camp of Instruction at Camp Trusdale, Tennessee, 
June, 1 86 1. 

District of East Tennessee, July 26, to October 8, 
1861. 

Brigade in the District of East Tennessee, January, 
1862. 

Brigade at battle of Mill Spring, or Fishing Creek, 
where he was killed. 



Broun, J. L., Maj., A. C. S. 

Cliffe, D. B., , Surgeon 

Ewing. Henry, Maj., A. D. C. 
Fain, R. G.. Maj., A. C. S. 

Fogg, H. M. R., , A. D. C. 

Lea, A. M., Maj., A. C. S. 

Lee, Pollock B., Maj. & A. A. G. 

Reese, W. B., Capt., A. Q. M. 

Rutledge, Arthur Middleton, Maj., Chf. of Art. 



MEMORANDUM OF OFFICERS OF QUARTER- 
MASTER'S DEPARTMENT 

MAJORS 

Beecher, E. A., A. J. Vaughan's brig. 

Bryan, A. M., Jackson's brig. 

Cocke, D. R, Anderson's brig. 

Elcan, Henry L., Wright's brig. 

Falson, K. M., Gen. A. E. Jackson's brig. 

Giloner, James, Purchasing Q. M., Knoxville 

Jolly, M. B., Stewart's brig. 

Pane, U. H., Gen. W. H. Jackson's brig. 

Roy, P. B., Broun's brig. 

Severson, C. A., Forrest's div. 

Stephens, M. H., Jno. C. Vaughan's brig. 

Tyree, E. P., Bates' div. 

Warren, A., Forrest's div. 

Young, G. V., Cheatham's div. 



Allensworth, A. J., 14th Tenn. reg't 
Anderson, S. R., 63d Tenn. reg't 
Bass, T. W., 16th Tenn. reg't 
Belcher, E. L., supply train 
Brannon, W. H., 1st Tenn. reg't 
Briggs, J. B., 4th Tenn. cav. 
Broun, J., 35th & 48th Tenn. reg'ts 
Campbell, C. P., 4th Tenn. reg't 
Carter, T., 20th Tenn. reg't 
Clayton, James, 23d Tenn. reg't 
Cocke, S. T., 12th Tenn. Par. Raiders 
Cockett, R. B., 18th & 26th Tenn. reg'ts 
Dashiell, T. R., 21st Tenn. reg't 
Day, A. C, 43d Tenn. reg't 
Donohoo, H., 62d Tenn. batt'n 
Duffy. T. M., 30th Tenn. reg't 
Flauth, F. M., 30th Tenn. reg't 
Flippin, J. R., 13th & 154th reg'ts 
Garrett, W. R.. 7th Tenn. cav. 
Giddens, W. W., 1st Tenn. cav. 
Grissen, J. N., 8th Tenn. cav. 
Gurley, O. G., Edmundson's Tenn. cav. 
Hamilton, J. G., 12th Tenn. batt'n 
Hamilton, R. P., 29th Tenn. reg't 
Harris, G. L., 55th Tenn. reg't 
Harris, R. R., 5th Tenn. cav. 

55 



56 



Tennessee in the War 



Hughs, A., 41st Tenn. reg't 
Hunter, R. P., 17th Tenn. reg't 
Jruin, W. M., 19th Tenn. cav. 
Johnson, T. P., 45th Tenn. reg't 
Lea, J. L., 12th Tenn. reg't 
McClain, R. J., 7th Tenn. reg't 
McClure, J. H., 60th Tenn. reg't 
McElnee, H. W., 16th batt'n Tenn. cav. 
McLaughlin, John. 38th Tenn. reg't 
Martin, H. L., 4th Tenn. reg't 
Morgan, J. M., 8th Tenn. cav. 
Pilcher, M. B., 1st & 27th Tenn. reg'ts 
Ray, J. E., 5th Tenn. reg't 
Rhea, U. H., 2d Tenn. reg't 
Ritchie, J. B., 10th Tenn. regt 
Russell, Geo., 47th Tenn. reg't 
Sanford, H., 51st Tenn. reg't 
Saunders, R. C, 28th Tenn. reg't 
Serner, U. B., 2d Tenn. reg't 
Shacklett, H. R., nth Tenn. reg't 
Sheppard, J. T., 32d Tenn. reg't 
Skillington, John, 15th Tenn. cav. 
Smart, J. H. 

Spindle, T. D., 48th Tenn. reg't 
Spinlock, D. C, 16th Tenn. reg't 
Stakeley, S. S., 59th Tenn. reg't 
Stone, W. S., 8th Tenn. reg't 
Sugg, J. B., 50th Tenn. reg't 
Tapp, W. D. 

Tayler, A. D., 19th Tenn. reg't 
Thomas. Caleb, 53d Tenn. reg't 
Timberlake, W. M., 24th Tenn. reg't 
Turrey, M., 23d Tenn. batt'n 
William, J. T., 43d Tenn. cav. 
Wilson, J. M., 33d Tenn. reg't 
Wolf, F., 15th & 37th Tenn. reg'ts 
Yarbrough, J. A., 31st Tenn. reg't 



MEMORANDUM OF OFFICERS IN THE COM- 
MISSARY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT, SERV- 
ING IN TENNESSEE OR WITH TEN- 
NESSEE COMMANDS 



MAJORS 

Barbee, S. E., Artillery reg't 
Broun, J. L., Bale's div. 
Butler, B. J., Cheatham's div. 

Campbell, P., . 

Carruth, B. T., Anderson's brig. 
Carter, B. T., Broun's brig. 
Rankin, J. Y., Smith's brig. 
Sibley, W. C, Jackson's brig. 
Trezevant, Jno. P., Wright's brig. 

CAPTAINS 

Beveridge, J. T., Wright's brig. 
Cromwell, T. A., Strahl's brig. 
Ezell, F. L., Brown's brig. 

Fare, J. L. . 

Hagan, W. C. 

Kenner, W. H. 

Morgan, T. S. 

Poud, W. G., Bate's brig. 

Smith, Walton 



57 



Artillery Officers 

in the 

Confederate States Army 



LIST OF ARTILLERY OFFICERS 
Confederate States Army 

Akers' (E. L.) Battery See Montgomery Heavy Artillery. 

Anglade's (J. G.) Battery See Nelson Artillery; Co. G, af- 
terward B, ist Heavy Artillery; 
Belmont Battery; see also ioth 
Co. Tennessee Troops. 

Bankhead's Battery Co. B, ist Light Artillery ; see 

also Scott's Battery. 

Capt. Smith P. Bankhead Appointed May 13, 1861. 

Lieut. Wm. Y. C. Humes Appointed May 13, 1861. Briga- 
dier-General (November 16, 
1863). 

" James Clare McDavitt Appointed May 13, 1861. (In 

command at Shiloh.) 

" Lewis Bond , 1861. Relieved. 

2d Lieut. W. B. Greenlaw, jr May 15, 1861. 

Lieut. W. L. Scott June 4, 1861. 

2d Lieut. Joseph Phillips January i, 1862. 

2d " Wm. Mechlenburg Polk. " 

Austell's Battery Served as Co. B, Artillery Corps. 

Capt. Thomas B. Austell 

Barry's Battery See Lookout Artillery. 

Baxter's Battery Co. B, Harding Artillery; after- 
ward Freeman's and Huggin's 
batteries. 

Capt. Edmund Dillahunty Baxter. December — , 1861. 

Lieut. Samuel L. Freeman December — , 1861. Promoted 

Captain (July 20, 1862). 

" A. L. Huggins December — , 1861. Promoted 

Captain (May — , 1863). 

2d Lieut. J. Trim. Brown December — , 1861. A. D. C. to 

General J. C. Brown. 

2d " Ed. H. Douglas December — , 1861, 

2d " Nat. Baxter May — , 1862, 

61 



62 Tennessee in the War 

Baxter's Battery Second organization. 

Capt. Edmund Dillahunty Baxter. December n, 1862. 

Lieut. John Marshall 

2d Lieut. William Herrin 

2d " John M. Gault December 14, 1862. 

Belmont Battery See J. G. Anglade's Battery. 

Bibb's Battery See Washington Artillery. 

Brown Horse Artillery See W. R. Marshall's Battery. 

Browne's Battery 

Capt. W. R. Browne June 10, 1862; major of artillery. 

Lieut. W. S. Newsom June 10, 1862. 

" A. H. Hicks 

" R. B. Patton 

Ass't Surg. P. D. Coulson 

Burns' Light Artillery See Porter's Battery. 

Burroughs' Battery See Rhett Artillery. 

Carnes' Battery Formerly Jackson's Battery; 

Steuben Artillery ; Co. D, 1st 
Light Artillery ; afterward Mar- 
shall's Battery. 

Capt. Wm. W. Carnes May 1, 1862. Transferred to C. 

S. Navy, December, 1863. 

Lieut. R. E. Foote May 1, 1862. Dropped. 

" L. G. Marshall May 1, 1862. 

" Lewis Bond May 1, 1862. Promoted Captain 

and Ordnance Officer. 

2d Lieut. Milton J. Brown May 1, 1862. Dropped. 

2d " James M. Cockrill May 1, 1862. 

2d " Thomas M. Peters 

2d " A. Van Vleck July 1, 1862. Killed at Chatta- 
nooga. 

2d " Finis E. White December 4, 1863. 

2d " A. T. Watson Transferred from W. L. Scott's 

Battery, December 10, 1863. 

Caruther's Battery Attached to 1st Heavy Artillery 

as per roster of the organiza- 
tion. 

Capt. J. B. Caruthers State service, May 15, 1861. 

Confederate service, August 12, 
1861. 



List of Artillery Officers 63 

Lieut. Thomas J. Caruthers State service, May 15, 1861. 

Confederate service, August 12, 

1861. 
2d Lieut. P. B. Roe State service, May 15, 1861. 

Confederate service, November 

25, 1861. 

Dismukes' Battery McCown's Guards; Co. B, first 

organization of the 1st Tennes- 
see Heavy Artillery, May 10, 
1862. 

Capt. Paul T. Dismukes May 10, 1862. 

Lieut. Robert H. Howell " 

" Peter T. Smith May 10, 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted August 4, 1862. 

2d Lieut. P. P. Frazier May 10, 1862. 

Capt. Paul T. Dismukes June 19, 1862; Co. A on consoli- 
dation of Cos. 1st Tennessee 
Heavy Artillery, June 19, 1862. 

Lieut. John B. Baggett June 19, 1862. 

" E. J. Thompson June 19, 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted October 28, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Stephen M. Corbitt June 19, 1862. 

Lieut. Robert H. Howell September 2, 1862. 

" M. L. Smith September, 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted April 30, 1864. 

Eldridge's Battery After Wright's, Mebane's and 

Phillips' batteries. 

Capt. J. Wesley Eldridge October — , 1861. Promoted 

Major of Artillery. 

Lieut. E. E. Wright October — , 1861. 

" Thomas W. Jones " 

2d Lieut. John W. Mebane " 

2d " J. A. Williamson " 

2d " Robert Gates June — , 1862. 

2d " S. K. Watkins 

Fisher's Battery See Nelson Light Artillery. 

Freeman's Battery Co. B, Harding Artillery; for- 
merly Baxter's, afterward Hug- 
gins'. 

Capt. Samuel L. Freeman July 20, 1862. Killed April — , 

1863. 



64 Tennessee in the War 



Lieut. A. L. Huggins July 20, 1862. 

Edwin H. Douglas July 20, 1862. A. A. G. on Gen- 
eral Dibrell's staff ; afterward 
on General Wheeler's staff. 

Lieut. Nat. Baxter July 20, 1862. 

" D. G. Crudup April 30, 1862. 

Capt. Rice E. Graves November 8, 1861. Promoted 

Major Artillery, April 30, 1863. 

Griffith's Battery See Maury Artillery. 

Hamilton's (James) Battery See Southern Guards Artillery. 

Hamilton's (S. H. D.) Battery See Southern Guards Artillery. 

Harding Artillery Became divided into two com- 
panies. 

Capt. Geo. H. Monsarratt November, 1861. 

Lieut. Edmund Dillahunty Baxter. November, 1861. Promoted Cap- 
tain. 
" Samuel L. Freeman November, 1861. Promoted Cap- 
tain. 

" W. C. Bryan November, 1861. Captain Appeal 

Battery, Arkansas. 

2d Lieut. C. C. Freeman November, 1861. 

2d " H. Baker November, 1861. Promoted Cap- 
tain. 
2d " J. M. Bryan November, 1861. 

Harding Artillery Battalion : 

Company A December, 1861. No rolls on file. 

Capt. H. Baker 

Company B Captains E. D. Baxter's, Sam'l L. 

Freeman's and A. L. Huggins' 

batteries. 

Horse Artillery See Freeman's Battery, Harding 

Artillery. Also Tobin's Tennes- 
see Battery. 

Hoxton's Battery Formerly Williams' and after- 
wards Tobin's Battery. 

Capt. L. Hoxton March 21, 1862. Major Artillery ; 

after Lieutenant-Colonel Artil- 
lery, April 7, 1864. 



List of Artillery Officers 65 

Lieut. Thomas F. Tobin March 21, 1862. Promoted Cap- 
tain. 
" J. Rhett Miles March 21, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Rene E. Cortes 

2d " Walter G. Peter March 21, 1862. Executed as a 

spy June 9, 1863. 

Huggins' Battery Harding's Artillery ; formerly 

Freeman's. 

Capt. A. L. Huggins May — , 1863. 

Lieut. Edwin H. Douglas " 

" Nat. Baxter " 

" D. G. Crudup " 

" Andrew B. Martin March — , 1864. 

Humes' Battery Co. C, 1st Tennessee Light Artil- 
lery ; after Winston's Battery. 

Capt. Wm. Y. C. Humes November 23, 1861. Major Artil- 
lery, May 15, 1863. 

Lieut. George S. Martin November 23, 1861. 

" George R. Hill November 23, 1861. Transferred 

to Lynch's Battery. 

2d Lieut. William C. Winston. ... November 23, 1861. Promoted 1st 

Lieutenant and Captain. 

2d " E. C. McDowell November 23, 1861. 

Lieut. John W. Lindsey October 7, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Alonzo Pillow " 

2d " W. V. R. Watson February 19, 1863. 

2d John B. Thomas July 30, 1863. 

Humphrey's Light Artillery See Frank Maney's Battery. 

Lieut. L. E. Dowall 

Huwald's Battery Afterward Ramsey's Battery. 

Capt. Gustave A. Huwald July 1, 1862. 

Lieut. D. Breck Ramsey July 1, 1862. Promoted Captain. 

2d Lieut. W. D. Martin July 1, 1862. 

3d " Charles McClung February 1, 1863. 

Lieut. Charles E. Leverich November 1, 1863. 

" J. A. Turner " 

Ass't Surg. J. F. Barnes " 

Jackson Battery See Co. F, 1st Heavy Artillery. 

Jackson's Battery After Carnes' and Marshall's bat- 
teries. 



66 Tennessee in the War 



Organized as heavy artillery: 

Capt. Wm. H. Jackson July — , 1861. 

Lieut. John Wm. F. Stewart .July — , 1861. Captain and Ord- 
nance Officer. 
" Wm. Q. Moses July — , 1861. Transferred. 

Organized as light artillery : 

Capt. Wm. H. Jackson August 12, 1861. Colonel Cav- 
alry, June 20, 1862 ; Brigadier- 
General, January 9, 1863. 

Lieut. Robert Sterling August 12, 1861. Promoted Cap- 
tain October 17, 1861, and Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel. 
" Wm. W. Carnes August 12, 1861. Promoted Cap- 
tain. 
" L G. Marshall August 12, 1861. Promoted Cap- 
tain. 

2d Lieut. W. C. Jones August 12, 1861. Resignation ac- 
cepted November 6, 1861. 

2d " Robert Wilson August 12, 1861. Relieved. 

2d " H. J. Gaston August 12, 1861. Resigned. 

Lieut. Lewis Bond September — , 1861. 

2d Lieut. Jas. M. Cockrill 

2d " R. E. Foote 

2d " Milton J. Brown " 

Johnston Artillery Company See Eldridge's Battery. 

Johnston's (T. N.) Battery See Southern Guards Artillery. 

Kain's (W. C.) Battery See Mabry Artillery. 

Lookout Artillery : 

Capt. Robert L. Barry May 15, 1862. 

Lieut. Richard L. Watkins 

" James Lauderdale " 

2d Lieut. John M. Armstrong " 

2d " John S. Springfield 

Ass't Surg. E. D. Moore December 31, 1863. 

Mabry Artillery: 

Capt. W. C. Kain May 4, 1862. 

Lieut. Thomas O'Conner 

" Hugh White 

2d Lieut. James W. Newman " 

2d " W. C. Danner March 10. 1863. 



List of Artillery Officers 67 

McAdoo's Battery Formerly Maney's. Designated as 

Co. A, 24th Battalion, Tennes- 
see S. S. 

Capt. H. M. McAdoo August 15, 1863. 

Lieut. T. M. Forsee 

2d Lieut. Leonidas McAulay " 

2d " John W. Edwards " 

McCown Guards See Dismukes' Battery. 

McClung's Battery See Co. A, 1st Light Artillery. 

Maney's Battery Humphrey's Light Artillery, after 

H. M. McAdoo's; mustered 
into service September 7, 1861. 
Reorganized December 1, 1862. 
Became Co. A, 24th Battalion 
Sharpshooters. 

Capt. Frank Maney September 7, 1861. Promoted 

Major. 

Lieut. S. M. Byrn Killed February 13, 1862. 

" J. H. McAdoo Resigned December — , 1861. 

2d Lieut. W. D. King Resigned May 15,' 1862. 

2d " M. M. Massey Resigned November 30, 1862. 

Lieut. H. M. McAdoo December 1, 1862. 

2d Lieut. T. M. Forsee 

2d " Roderick McAulay December 1, 1862. Resigned Au- 
gust 10, 1863. 

Marshall's Battery Formerly Jackson's and Carnes' 

batteries. W. L. Scott's Ten- 
nessee Battery united with this 
December — , 1863. 

Capt. L. G. Marshall December — , 1863. 

Lieut. James M. Cockrill 

2d Lieut. A. T. Watson December — , 1863. From Scott's 

Battery. 

2d " Finis E. White December — , 1863. 

Ass't Surg. L. B. McCreary 1865. 

Marshall's Battery Brown Horse Artillery. 

Capt. W. R. Marshall September 23, 1862. 

Lieut. Curtis O. Wallace September 23, 1862. Lieutenant 

in Morton's Battery. 



68 Tennessee in the War 



Maury Artillery : 

Capt. Robert P. Griffith October 14, 1861. Resigned. 

Lieut. J. M. Sparkman October 14, 1861. 

Lieut. James M. Dockery 

2d Lieut. P. L Fitzgerald 

2 " E. B. Thompson 

Capt. Reuben R. Ross January 7, 1862. 

Mebane's Battery Formerly Eldridge's and Wright's 

batteries. 

Capt. John W. Mebane January 2, 1863. 

Lieut. J. W. Phillips 

2d Lieut. J. C. Grant 

2d " L. E. Wright September 1, 1863. 

2d " J. F. Taylor 

Memphis Light Battery See W. O. Williams' Battery. 

Miller's (Wm.) Battery See Pillow Flying Artillery; af- 
terward Neyland's Battery. 

Morton's Battery Formerly Porter's. 

Capt. John W. Morton, jr December 27, 1862. 

Lieut. A. W. Gould 

2d Lieut. T. Sanders Sale 

Lieut. G. Tully Brown July 20, 1863. 

Ass't Surg. James P. Hanner July 13, 1863. 

Lieut. Curtis O. Wallace October 31, 1863. Relieved No- 
vember 26, 1863. 

2d Lieut. Andrew M. Seay October 31, 1863. Relieved No- 
vember 2, 1863. 

Lieut. Joseph M. Mayson November 28, 1863. 

2d Lieut. J. W. Brown September 13, 1864. 

Nelson Artillery 10th Co. Tennessee Troops. Co. 

G, after B, 1st Heavy Artillery. 
Capt. J. G. Anglade October 1, 1861. Resignation ac- 
cepted February 13, 1862. 

Lieut. J. J. McDaniel October 1, 1861. 

" James A. Fisher 

" B. F. Nichol 

" Thomas L. Bransford 

Capt. James A. Fisher February 13, 1862. 

Lieut. J. J. McDaniel " 

Thomas L. Bransford 



List of Artillery Officers 69 

2d Lieut. Rufus J. Polk February 13, 1862. 

2d " Daniel D. Philips 

2d Thomas B. Cook February 13, 1862. Killed at 

Port Hudson, May 27, 1863. 

2d James Lahey October 1, 1862. 

Lieut. Peter R. Cousins January 1, 1864. 

" M. L. Smith 

W. H. Blackwell April 24, 1864. Transferred from 

Co. D, 1st Tennessee Heavy 

Artillery. 

Neyland's Battery Formerly Wm. Miller's. At- 
tached to 1st Tennessee Heavy 
Artillery. 
Capt. Wm. L. Neyland May 10, 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted February 18, 1864. 

Lieut. Geo. W. Miller May 10, 1862. 

" Daniel Bogart -. " 

2d Lieut. Henry Feister " 

Palmer's Battery Reneau Battery. Disbanded July, 

1864. 

Capt. Baylor Palmer June 1, 1863. 

Lieut. Chas. L. Adams " 

2d Lieut. Addison L. Johnson " 

Lieut. Stephen K. Watkins " 

2d Lieut. McLaughlin October 20, 1863. 

Phillips' Battery See Cobb's Battalion Artillery. 

Capt. G. W. Phillips 

Lieut. J. C. Gant 

2d Lieut. J. F. Taylor 

Pillow Flying Artillery : 
Capt. Wm. Miller August 6, 1861. Resignation ac- 
cepted May 13, 1862, to take 
effect April 22, 1862. 

Polk's Battery: 

Capt. Marshall T. Polk May 17, 1861. 

Lieut. Thomas R. Smith May 25. 1861. 

" John H. Marsh May 25, 1861. Lieutenant in 

Scott's Battery. 
2d Lieut. Marshall A. Caruthers. . . May 25, 1861. 

2d " Thos. M. Peters September 5, 1861. Lieutenant in 

Scott's Battery. 



jo Tennessee in the War 

Porter's Battery Burns' Light Artillery; formerly 

Jesse Taylor's; afterward Mor- 
ton's. 

Capt. Thos. K. Porter July — , 1861. Promoted Major 

Artillery, July 24, 1863. Resig- 
nation accepted November 28, 
1863. 

Capt. Jesse Taylor July — , 1861. 

Lieut. L. Hutchinson July — , 1861. Captain engineers. 

John W. Morton, jr July — , 1861. 

2d Lieut. W. R. Culbertson July — , 1861. Died 1862. 

2d " J. L. Burt July — , 1861. Resigned. 

2d " T. Sanders Sale ,1862. 

Ramsey's (D. B.) Battery See Huwald's Battery. 

Reneau Battery See Baylor Palmer's Battery. 

Rhett Artillery Originally Co. C, 4th Confederate 

Tennessee Infantry. 

Capt. Wm. H. Burroughs January 21, 1862. 

Lieut. James C. Lutrell January 21, 1862. Transferred to 

2d Tennessee Cavalry, Febru- 
ary, 1863. 
" John E. Blackwell January 21, 1862. 

2d Lieut. John J. Burroughs 

2d Gustave A. Huwald January 21, 1862. Promoted Cap- 

tain, Huwald's Battery. 

2d " James R. Graham February 28, 1863. 

Rice's Battery Sumter Grays. Originally Co. 

A, 38th Tennessee Infantry. 
One section under Lieutenant 

B. F. Haller transferred to 
Morton's Battery, December, 
1864. 

Capt. T. W. Rice May — , 1862. 

Lieut. B. F. Haller 

2d Lieut. H. H. Briggs " 

2d " D.C.Jones 

Rock City Artillery Co. B, 1st Tennessee Light Artil- 
lery. See J. Taylor's and 
Stankiewicz's batteries. 



List of Artillery Officers j\ 

Rutledge's Battery : 

Capt. Arthur M. Rutledge May 13, 1861. Major Artillery 

December 2, 1862. Retired 
March 4, 1865. 

Lieut. Eugene F. Falconnet June 3, 1861. Major 14th Battal- 
ion Alabama Cavalry, Septem- 
ber 16, 1862. 

Lieut. James E. Harris June 3, 1861. 

2d Lieut. Mark S. Cockrill June 3, 1861. Ordnance Officer. 

2d " J. C. Wheeler June 3, 1861. 

Scott's Battery Formerly Bankhead's Co. B, 1st 

Artillery. Disbanded after Mis- 
sionary Ridge, and part of men 
assigned to Marshall's Battery 
and part to Swett's Mississippi 
Battery. 

Capt. Wm. L Scott July 16, 1862. 

Lieut. Joseph Phillips July 16, 1862. Colonel 3d regi- 
ment, Arizona Brigade. 
" Wm. Mecklenburg Polk.... July 16, 1862. Relieved February 

17, 1863. 

2d Lieut. A. T. Watson August 18, 1862. 

Lieut. John Henry Marsh February 17, 1863. Killed No- 
vember 3, 1864. 

2d Lieut. Thomas M. Peters February 17, 1863. 

Southern Guards Artillery : 

(Also called Memphis Southern 
Guards Art.) 

Capt. James Hamilton April 21, 1861. 

Lieut. B. W. L. Holt 

Thos. N. Johnston April 21, 1861. Promoted Cap- 
tain. 

2d Lieut. F. H. Robinson April 21, 1861. 

2d " John Kirk July 12, 1861. 

2d S. H. D. Hamilton May 14, 1861. Promoted Captain ; 

died January 1, 1862. 

Capt. Thos. N. Johnston January — , 1862. Co. L, 1st 

Heavy Artillery. 

Lieut. Albert Lea January — , 1862. 

Lieut. John Kirk " 

2d Lieut. Peter R. Cousins January — , 1862. Promoted Lieu- 
tenant. 



72 Tennessee in the War 

2d Lieut. George S. Bain January — , 1862. 

Lieut. W. Q. Moses August 31, 1862. 

2d Lieut. E. R. Harris 

Lieut. J. T. Whitehead December 31, 1863. 

" R. H. Howell 

" George W. Miller 

" M. L. Smith 

" Daniel M. Upton 

" Michael P. Kappock " 

Stankiewicz's Battery Rock City Artillery, Co. B, 1st 

Light Artillery ; formerly Jesse 
Taylor's Battery ; afterward 
Weller's Battery. 

Capt. Peter K. Stankiewicz September 30, 1862. Resignation 

accepted February 16, 1863. 

Lieut. Frederick J. Weller September 30, 1862. 

" Wm. H. Bledsoe 

2d Lieut. Oswald Tilghman 

Sterling's Battery Co. E, 1st Tennessee Light Artil- 
lery. No rolls on file. 

Capt. Robert Sterling October 17, 1861. Lieutenant in 

W. H. Jackson's Battery. Pro- 
moted Lieutenant-Colonel 1st 
Tennessee Heavy Artillery. 

Lieut. Finis H. Finne October 17, 1861. Resignation ac- 
cepted November 21, 1861. 

2d Lieut. A. W. Rowe October 17, 1861. 

Lieut. John A. Reinig Resignation accepted October 22, 

1861. 

2d Lieut. A. Munch Resignation accepted May 27, 

1862. 

Steuben Artillery Tennessee State service. At- 
tached to 154th Tennessee In- 
fantry. Disbanded May — , 
1861. Officers resigned and 
majority of the men transferred 
to J. W. Stewart's Battery. 

Stewart Invincibles See Co. E. 1st Heavy Artillery. 

Stewart's Battery : 

Capt. J. W. Stewart July 27, 1861. 



List of Artillery Officers 73 

Lieut. W. Q. Moses July 27, 1861. Lieutenant in 

Keiter's Battery; Lieutenant in 
Johnston's Battery. 

2d Lieut. J. T. Whitehead July 27, 1861. Lieutenant in Up- 
ton's Battery. 

2d " Wm. Y. C. Humes July 27, 1861. Captain Humes' 

Battery. 

2d Edward Isnard July 27, 1861. Lieutenant in 

Humes' Battery. 

Lieut. George S. Martin August 21, 1861. 

" Frank Southern " 

2d Lieut. Wm. C. Winston August 21, 1861. Promoted 

Lieutenant Humes' and Cap- 
tain Winston's battery. 

Sumter Grays See Rice's Battery. 

Taylor's Battery Co. B, 1st Light Artillery; after- 
ward Stankiewicz's; afterward 
Weller's Battery. 

Capt. Jesse Taylor July 20, 1861. 

Lieut. Peter K. Stankiewicz July 20, 1861. Promoted Captain. 

" J. C. Wheeler July 20, 1861. Lieutenant in Rut- 
ledge's Battery. 

2d Lieut. H. R. Chandler July 20, 1861. 

2d " W. O. Watts July 20, 1861. On General Tilgh- 

man's staff. Ordnance Officer. 

2d " Frederick J. Weller September 30, 1862. 

1st Tenn. Heavy Artillery 

Lieut. Andrew Jackson 

Major F. W. Hoadley 

1st Regiment Heavy Artillery. Consolidated 

into 4 companies, June 19, 1862. 

Col. Andrew Jackson, jr May 10, 1862. 

Lieut. -Col. Robert Sterling " 

Major F. W. Hoadley May 10, 1862. Killed at Vicks- 

burg, June 8, 1863. 

Major J. D. Upton October 3, 1863. Conscript ser- 
vice. 

Adjutant W. N. Chunn May 10, 1862. 

Capt. and Ass't Quar. Mas. A. D. 
Kingman " 

Surgeon G. W. Conway " 



74 Tennessee in the War 

1st Organization : 
Company A — 

Capt. J. D. Upton November 28, 1861. Promoted 

Major. 

Lieut. John Crudup November 28, 1861. Deserted 

June 2, 1862. 

" Daniel M. Upton May 10, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Stephen M. Corbitt May 10, 1862. Lieutenant in Dis- 

mukes' Battery. 
2d " Robinson 

Company B See Dismukes' Battery. 

Company C — 
Capt. H. J. Maley January 27, 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted August 1, 1862, to take 
effect May 27, 1862. 

Lieut. John McKenzie January 27, 1862. Deserted June 

2, 1862. 

George S. Wright January 27, 1862. 

2d Lieut. H. S. Pitt 

Company D — 
Capt. James A. Wigg March 6, 1862. Dropped on con- 
solidation of companies, June 
19, 1862; ordered on duty as 
A. Q. M. 

Lieut. Lemuel Lamb March 6, 1862. 

Samuel M. Allen 

2d Lieut. Wm. H. Blackwell March 6, 1862. Dropped on con- 
solidation of companies, June 
19, 1862 ; transferred to Trans- 
Mississippi Department. 
Company E — 

Capt. E. W. Rucker September 6, 1861. Dropped from 

rolls May 19, 1862; Major 16th 
Battalion Tennessee Cavalry. 

Lieut. John T. Postlethwaite. . . . May 10, 1862. Promoted Captain. 
" M. L. Smith May 10, 1862. Lieutenant in Dis- 
mukes' Battery. Resignation 
accepted April 30, 1864. 

2d Lieut. E. J. Thompson May 10, 1862. Lieutenant in Dis- 
mukes' Battery. Resignation 
accepted October 28, 1862. 



List of Artillery Officers j$ 

Company F — 

Captain Andrew Jackson, jr August 5, 1861. Promoted Col- 
onel. 

Lieut. C. H. Brann August 5, 1861. 

" P. J. Kelly 

2d Lieut. W. H. Noland August 5, 1861. Resignation ac- 
cepted May 27, 1862, to take 
effect May 9, 1862. 

2d " George Martin Augusts, 1861. 

Capt. C. H. Brann May 10, 1862. Dropped on con- 
solidation of companies, June 
19, 1862; ordered on duty as 
engineer. 

Lieut. Michael P. Kappock May 10, 1862. 

" Thomas Cronin May 10, 1862. Deserted June 4, 

1862. 

2d Lieut. Martin Ball May 10, 1862. 

Company G — 

Capt. A. Y. Partee May 10, 1862. Dropped on con- 
solidation of companies, June 
19, 1862. 

Lieut. C. R. Voss May 10, 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted August 5, 1862. 
Z. S. Voss May 10, 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted August 4, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Albert Parker May 10, 1862. Transferred to 

Trans-Mississippi Department. 

Company H — 

Capt. Wm. P. Parks May 10, 1862. 

Lieut. Wm. C. Osborn May 10, 1862. Died in northern 

prison. 

" John B. Baggett May 10, 1862. Lieutenant in Dis- 

mukes' Battery. 
2d Lieut. W. H. Luttrell May 10, 1862. A. C. S. ; died Au- 
gust 19, 1863. 

Company I — 

Capt. H. T. Norman May 10, 1862. 

Lieut. Frederick Blacy May 10, 1862. Deserted June 2, 

1862. 

" W. H. Sims May 10, 1862. 

2d Lieut. George A. Rhodenmier. 



j6 Tennessee in the War 

Company K — See also Neyland's Battery. 

Capt. Wm. L. Neyland May 10, 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted February 18, 1864. 
Lieut. Daniel Bogart May 10. 1862. Dropped on con- 
solidation of companies, June 
19, 1862; ordered on duty as 
A. C. S. 

" George W. Miller May 10, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Henry Fiester " 

2d Organization, July 19, 1862: 

Company A See Dismukes' Battery, McCown's 

Guards. 

Company B — 

Capt. Wm. P. Parks June 19, 1862. 

Lieut. Lemuel Lamb June 19, 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted January 2, 1863. 

" W. H. Sims June 19, 1862. 

2d Lieut. George A. Rhodenmier. June 19, 1862. Died May — , 1863. 

Lieut. George S. Wright July 8, 1862; died September — , 

1862. 

" John B. Baggett September 3, 1862. Vice Lamb. 

2d Lieut. Henry Fiester December 31, 1862. Vice Rhoden- 
mier. 

Capt. J. D. Upton January 5, 1863. Promoted Major 

September — , 1863. 
Lieut. J. T. Whitehead January 5, 1863. 

Company C — 

Capt. H. T. Norman June 19, 1862. 

Lieut. Samuel M. Allen 

" H. S. Pitt June 19, 1862. Deserted July — , 

1863. 

2d Lieut. Martin Ball June 19, 1862. 

Lieut. John B. Baggett December 12, 1862. 

2d Lieut. P. P. Frazier March 1, 1863. Lieutenant in 

Dismukes' Battery. 

Company D — 
Capt. John T. Postlethwaite. . . . June 19. 1862. Resignation ac- 
cepted November 3, 1862. 

Lieut. George W. Miller June 19, 1862. 

Daniel M. Upton " 

2d Lieut. P. P. Frazier " 



List of Artillery Officers jj 

2d Lieut. G. M. Edwards October 7, 1862. 

Lieut. Michael P. Kappock February 28, 1863. Deserted 

March — , 1864. 

COMPANIES ATTACHED TO FIRST TENNESSEE HEAVY 

ARTILLERY 
Company L — 
Capt. T. N. Johnston's battery.. See Southern Guards Artillery. 
" Jas. A. Fisher's battery. .. See Nelson Artillery. 
" J. B. Caruther's battery. ., See Caruther's Battery. 

" J. M. Sparkman See Maury Artillery. 

" J. Peyton Lynch August — , 1861. 

Lieut. John M. Carmack August — , 1861. Retired March 

— , 1862. 
2d Lieut. Wm. Shields August — , 1861. Promoted Lieu- 
tenant ; died March — , 1862. 

Lieut. George R. Hill July 1, 1862. Lieutenant in Kei- 

ter's Battery. 
" Wm. Edward Butler, jr. .July 1, 1862. Lieutenant in 

Humes' Battery. 
2d Lieut. Thomas T. Elmore. ... October 7, 1862. 
2d " Samuel McCampbell. . " 

First Tennessee Light Artillery. 

Company A — 
Capt. Hugh L. W. McClung. ... November 1, 1861. 

Lieut. E. S. McClung November 1, 1861. Dismissed 

service February 20, 1863. 

Alexander Allison November I, 1861. 

2d Lieut. Wm. H. Lewis 

2d David G. Jackson 

2d J. L Pearcy February 28, 1862. 

2d " W. G. Dobson May 9, 1863. 

Company B See Jesse Taylor's, F. K. Stankie- 

wicz's, S. P. Bankhead's, W. L. 
Scott's batteries. 

Company C See Humes' and Winston's bat- 
teries. 

Company D See W. H. Jackson's and Carnes' 

batteries. 

Company E See Robert Sterling's Battery. 

Company G See M. T. Polk's Battery. 



78 Tennessee in the War 

Tennessee Artillery Corps .^ State service ; afterwards trans- 
ferred to Confederate service. 

Col. John P. McCown May 9, 1861. Brigadier-General 

October 12, 1861 ; Major-Gen- 
eral March 10, 1862. 

Lieut.-Col. Milton A. Haynes. . . May 17, 1861. 

Major Alex. P. Stewart May 17, 1861. Brigadier-General 

November 8, 1861 ; Major-Gen- 
eral March 10, 1862. 

Adjutant R. E. Foote May 18, 1861. 

Surgeon W. S. Bell May 23, 1861. 

Ass't Surg. G. B. Thornton. .. .June 29, 1861. 

1st Company May 31, 1861. See Arthur M. 

Rutledge's Battery. 

2d Company June 13, 1861. See M. T. Polk's 

Battery. 

3d Company May 22, 1861. See Steuben's 

Artillery. 

4th Company May 22, 1861. See F. L. Warner's 

Battery. 

5th Company July 12, 1861. See Jas. Hamil- 
ton's Battery. Southern Guards 
Artillery. 

6th Company May 17, 1861. See Bankhead's 

Battery. 

7th Company May 22, 1861. See Wm. Miller's 

Battery. 

8th Company July 20, 1861. See Jesse Taylor's 

Battery. 

9th Company July 27, 1861. See Thos. K. Por- 
ter's Battery. 

10th Company October 28. 1861. See J. G. An- 

glade's Battery, Nelson Artil- 
lery. 

nth Company September 17, 1861. See G. H. 

Monsarrat's Battery, Harding 
Artillery. 

12th Company August 16, 1861. See Frank 

Maney's Battery, Humphrey's 
Light Artillery. 



List of Artillery Officers 79 

13th Company November 16, 1861. See R. P. 

Griffith's Battery, Maury Artil- 
lery. 

14th Company July 27, 1861. See J. W. Stewart's 

Battery. 

Tobin's Battery Formerly Hoxton's and Wil- 
liams's. 

Capt. Thos. F. Tobin July 22, 1862. 

Lieut. J. Rhett Miles 

2d Lieut. Rene E. Cortes 

2d " Walter G. Peter July 22, 1862. Relieved June 3, 

1862. 

Lieut. Thos. K. Emanuel September 25, 1862. Temporarily 

attached with several men from 
Co. C, 2d Alabama Battalion. 

2d Lieut. A. H. Kerr January 13, 1863. Resignation 

accepted December 16, 1863. 

2d " Isaac Rosser January 28, 1864. 

Warner's Battery : 

Capt. Frederick L. Warner April 30, 1861. 

Lieut. A. R. Droeshar April 30, 1861. Resigned August 

18. 1861. 

" John Wildberger April 30, 1861. 

2d Lieut. John A. Munch April 30, 1861. Resignation ac- 
cepted May 27, 1862. 
2d " John A. Reinig April 30, 1861. Resignation ac- 
cepted October 22, 1861. 

Washington Artillery : 

Capt. P. W. Bibb March 25, 1862. 

Lieut. W. S. Lipscomb March 25, 1862. Resigned April 

6, 1862. 

2d Lieut. L. F. Book March 25, 1862. 

2d " Wm. H. Rupert 

Weller's Battery: 

Capt. Fred J. Weller February 16, 1863. Killed at 

Port Hudson, June 10, 1863. 

Lieut. Wm. H. Bledsoe February 16, 1863. Killed at Port 

Hudson, July 7, 1863. 

" Oswald Tilghman February 16, 1863. 

2d Lieut. John Phenix February 16, 1863. Died of 

wounds received July 7, 1863. 



80 Tennessee in the War 



White's Battery: 

Capt. B. F. White, jr July 17, 1862. 

Lieut. Arthur Pue, jr 

2d Lieut. J. T. Brown 

2d " C. W. Marshall February 1, 1863. 

Lieut. Samuel S. Ashe September 1, 1863. 

2d Lieut. P. C. Baker 

2d " J. L. Whittington December 31, 1864. 

Williams' Battery Memphis Light Battery. After- 
wards Hoxton's and Tobin's. 

Capt. Wm. Orton Williams August 5, 1861. Executed as a 

spy June 9, 1863. 

Lieut. Thos. F. Tobin August 5. 1861. 

" John M. McCaffrey " 

2d Lieut. Peter Harrison " 

2d " John C. Walsh 

2d " J. Rhett Miles December 6, 1861. 

2d " Rene E. Cortes December 10, 1861. 

2d " Walter G. Peter February 1, 1862. 

Winston's Battery Formerly Humes' Battery. 

Capt. Wm. C. Winston December 30, 1861. Major Artil- 
lery, April 17, 1862. 

Lieut. John W. Lindsey December 30, 1861. 

" Alonzo Pillow 

2d Lieut. W. V. R. Watson 

2d " John B. Thomas July 20, 1863. 

Ass't Surg. C. G. Stephens August 31, 1864. 

Wright's Battery Formerly Eldridge's; after Me- 

bane's, and Phillips'. 
Capt. E. E. Wright December 3, 1862. Killed Janu- 
ary 2, 1863. 

Lieut. John W. Mebane December 3, 1862. 

2d Lieut. J. W. Phillips 

2d " J. C. Grant 

Crain's Battery No rolls on file. 

Capt. Walter O. Crain Resigned April 12, 1862. 

Jones' Battery Heavy Artillery. Captured at 

Island No. 10, April 7, 1862. 

Capt. J. C. B. Jones April — , 1862. 

Lieut. S. R. Hayman 



List of Artillery Officers 8 1 



Keiter's Battery: 

Capt. Wm. Keiter July 17, 1861. 

Lieut. Wm. Q. Moses July 20, 1861. Lieutenant in T. N. 

Johnston's Battery ; also Wm. 
H. Jackson's Battery. 

" George R. Hill ....August 12, 1861. Lieutenant in 

Lynch's Battery. 

2d Lieut. Barney Hughes August 19, 1861. 

2d " R. Whitehead August 21, 1861. 

Montgomery Heavy Artillery Disbanded at Fort Donelson. 

Capt. E. L. Akers November — , 1861. 

Lieut. H. Yarborough 

2d Lieut. J. F. Williams November — , 1861. Resignation 

accepted August 23, 1862. 
2d " J. H. Schrodt November — , 1861. Resigned 

November — , 1861. 



Field Officers, Regiments and Battalions 

in the 

Confederate States Army 



LIST OF FIELD OFFICERS, REGIMENTS AND 

BATTALIONS IN THE CONFEDERATE 

STATES ARMY 

CAVALRY 

ist Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged with 7th Battalion into Barteau's 2d) 

McNairy, Frank N., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Malcolm, Green, Major 

ist East Tennessee Cavalry Regiment 

(Afterward, April, 1862, reduced to 2d (13th) Tennessee Battalion; 

afterward 5th Tennessee Cavalry) 

McLin, John B., Major 

Rogers, John F., Colonel 

White, John F., Lieutenant-Colonel 

ist (Carter's) Cavalry Regiment 

Bean, Onslow, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Brazelton, William, jr., Colonel 
Carter, James E., Colonel 
Goforth, Alexander M., Major 
King. John B., Major 
Vandyke, Richard S., Major 

ist (Wheeler's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Formed from 2d and nth Battalions. Afterward 6th) 

Dobbins, Joseph J., Major 

Lewis, James H., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Wheeler, James T., Colonel 

ist (Jackson's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Formed from Logwood's 6th Battalion. Afterward 7th) 

Clay, Charles C, Major 

Duckworth. William L, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Jackson, William H., Colonel 

Stocks, John G., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Taylor, William F, Lieutenant-Colonel 

85 



86 Tennessee in the War 



2d Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged with nth Battalion into Wheeler's 6th Cavalry) 

Biffle, Jacob B., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Cox, Nicholas N., Major 

Jones, Samuel H., Lieutenant-Colonel 



2d (Ashby's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Formed from 4th and 5th Cavalry Battalions) 

Ashby, Henry M., Colonel 

Cobb, Pharaoh A., Major 

Gillespie, Henry C, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Kuhn, John H, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Smith, William M., Major 



2d (Barteau's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Afterward 22d) 

Barteau. Clark R., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

De Bow, William A., Major 

Farris, O. B., Major 

Morton, George H, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Parrish, William, Major 



3d Cavalry Battalion 
(Also called 14th. Merged into Carter's 1st Cavalry) 

Bean. Onslow, Major 
Bradford, James C, jr., Major 
Brazelton, William, jr., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Carter, James E., Lieutenant-Colonel 



3d (Forrest's) Cavalry Regiment 

Balch, Robert M„ Major 

Blanton, James C, Major 

Forrest, Nathan B., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Kelley, David C, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Porter, Edward E., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Spotswood, Edwin A., Major 



4th Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged with 5th Battalion into Ashby's 2d Cavalry) 

Branner, Benjamin M., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Bridgman, John M., Major 



Field Officers, Regiments and Battalions 87 



4th (S tames') Tennessee Cavalry 
(Also called 3d; formed from the 8th Battalion) 

Haynes, Peril C, Lieutenant-Colonel 
McLemore, William S., Colonel 
Rankin, Peter T., Major 
Starnes, James W., Colonel 



5th Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged with 4th Battalion into Ashby's 2d Cavalry) 

Campbell, Thomas J., Major 

McClellan, George R., Lieutenant-Colonel 

5th Cavalry Regiment 
(Formed from 13th (also called 2d) Cavalry Battalion) 

Blackwell, John L., Major 

McKenzie, George W., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

McLin, John B., Colonel 

Montgomery, John G. M., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

6th Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into Jackson's 7th Cavalry) 

Hill, Charles H., Major 

Logwood, Thomas H., Lieutenant-Colonel 

6th Cavalry Regiment 
(See 1st — Wheeler's — Cavalry Regiment) 



6th and 9th Regiments Consolidated 

Buford, John W., Lieutenant-Colonel, of the 9th 
Hurt, Charles S., Colonel, of the gth 
Porter, George C, Colonel, of the 6th 
Wilder, James A., Major, of the 6th 



7th Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged with McNairy's 1st Battalion into Barteau's 2d Cavalry 

Regiment) 

Bennett, James D., Colonel 
Smith, Baxter, Major 

?th Cavalry Regiment 
(See 1st — Jackson's — Cavalry Regiment) 



88 Tennessee in the War 



8th Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into Starnes' Cavalry Regiment) 

Starnes, James W., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Wilson, Ewing A., Major 



8th (Baxter Smith's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Also called 4th. Formed from Davis' and Spiller's Cavalry Battalions) 

Alexander, David W.. Lieutenant-Colonel (canceled) 
Anderson. Paul F., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Bledsoe, Willis Scott, Major 
Davis, John R., Major (cancelled) 
Smith, Baxter, Colonel 



8th (Dihr ell's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Also called 13th Regiment) 

Chapin, William P., Major 

Daugherty. Ferdinand H., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Dibrell, George G., Colonel 

Forrest, Jeffery E., Major 

Gore, Mounce L., Colonel 

9th Cavalry Battalion 

Akin, James H., Major 

Gantt, George, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Porter, Bradshaw W., Major 

gth Cavalry Regiment 

Alston, R. A., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Bennett, James D., Colonel 

McCann, Richard, Major 

Ward, William W, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 



gth (BMe's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Also called 19th) 

Biffle, Jacob B., Colonel 

Cooper, Albert G., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Martin, Barclay, Major 

10th Cavalry Battalion 
(Also called nth) 

Smith, E. S., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Thomason, Z., Major 



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ioth Cavalry Regiment 
(Formed from Napier's and Cox's Battalions) 

Cox, Nicholas N., Colonel 

DeMoss, William E., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Trezevant, Edward B., Lieutenant-Colonel 

ioth and nth Cavalry Regiments Consolidated 

De Moss, William E., Lieutenant-Colonel, of ioth 
Holman, Daniel W., Colonel, of nth 
Minor, John, Major, of ioth 

nth Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged with 2d Battalion into Wheeler's 6th Cavalry) 

Gordon, W. W., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Hawkins, William S., Major 



nth Cavalry Regiment 
(Formed from Douglass' and Holman's Battalions) 

Coffee, Chatham, Major (acting) 

Edmondson, James H., Colonel 

Holman, Daniel W., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Martin, Jacob T., Lieutenant-Colonel (acting) 

12th Cavalry Battalion 

Adrian, Thomas W., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Day, George W., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Phipps, Frank L, Major 






1 2th Cavalry Regiment 
(Also called 1st Tennessee Partisan Rangers) 

Bennett, G. W-, Major 

Benson, Berry B., Major 

Burrow, Reuben, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Green, John Uriah, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Richardson, Robert V., Colonel 

13th Cavalry Battalion 
(Also called 2d; merged into 5th Cavalry) 

McKenzie, George W., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Montgomery, J. G. M., Major 

13th Cavalry Regiment 
(See 8th — Dibrell's — Cavalry Regiment) 



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14th Battalion Tennessee Cavalry 
(See 3d Battalion) 

14th (Neely's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Also called 13th) 

Neely, James J., Colonel 

Thurmond, J. Gwynn, Major 

White, Raleigh R., Lieutenant-Colonel 

15th Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into Russell's 4th Alabama Cavalry) 

Russell, Alfred A., Lieutenant-Colonel 

15th (Stewart's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Also called 14th) 

Dawson, William A., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Kirk, Elijah P., Major 
Marshall, L. M., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Stewart, Francis M., Colonel 

15th (Russell's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Also called 20th) 

Bowman, Henry F., Major 

Greer, Henry Clay, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Russell, Robert Milton, Colonel 

16th Cavalry Battalion 

Neal, John R., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Paine, F. J., Major 

Rucker, Edmund Winchester, Major 

16th (Wilson's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Also called 21st) 

Forrest, Jesse A., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Parham, William Thomas, Major 
Wilson, Andrew Neil, Colonel 

16th (Logwood's) Cavalry Regiment 

Logwood, Thomas H, Colonel 
Murray, James H, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Webb, Thomas S., Major 



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16th (Logwood's) and 15th (Stezvart's) Cavalry Regiments 
(Consolidated as 15th Cavalry) 

Logwood, Thomas H., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 
Stewart, Francis M., Colonel 
Street, Solomon G., Major 

17th Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into 9th Mississippi Cavalry) 

Sanders, Edward J., Major 

17th Cavalry Regiment 
(No rolls on file) 

Marshall, J. W., Colonel 

18th Cavalry Battalion 
Balch, Robert M., Lieutenant-Colonel 
McDonald, Charles, Major 

18th (Newsom's) Cavalry Regiment 

(Also called 19th. Includes four companies of Jeffrey E. Forrest's 

Alabama Cavalry Regiment) 

Baker, William Y., Major 

Newsom, John F., Colonel 

Ozier, Joseph D., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Parham, William T., Major 

Wisdom, Dew Moore, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

19th Cavalry Regiment 
(See 9th — Biffle's — Cavalry Regiment) 

20th (Nixon's) Cavalry Regiment 

Gilbert, , Major 

Hughs, Thomas R., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Nixon, George H., Colonel 

20th (Russell's) Cavalry Regiment 
(See 15th — Russell's — Cavalry Regiment) 

21st Cavalry Battalion 
Burtwell, John R. B., Major 



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21st (Carter's) Cavalry Regiment 
(Unofficial) 

Carter, Nathan W., Colonel 

Dudley, R. H., Major 

Withers, Robert, Lieutenant-Colonel 

22d Cavalry Regiment 
(See 2d— Barteau's— Cavalry Regiment) 

26th Cavalry Battalion 

(Also called McDonald's Battalion and Forrest's (Old) Regiment. 

Formed from Forrest's 3d Tennessee Cavalry, 1865) 

Allin, Philip T., Major 
Crews, J. M., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Kelley, David C, Lieutenant-Colonel 
McDonald, Charles, Major 

27th Battalion Cavalry 

Crook, James, Major 

Daniel, James E., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Allison's Cavalry Squadron 
Allison, Robert D., Colonel 

Barteau's Cavalry Battalion 
(Became Barteau's 2d Regiment) 

Barteau, Clark R., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Cox's Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into 10th Tennessee Cavalry) 

Cox, Nicholas N., Major 

Collins' Cavalry Regiment 
(Not completed and men assigned to other commands) 

Collins, N. D., Colonel 

Davis' Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into Baxter Smith's 8th Cavalry) 

Davis, John R., Major 



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Douglas' Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into nth Tennessee Cavalry) 

Douglass, De Witt Clinton, Major 

Forrest's (Old) Regiment 
(See 26th Cavalry Battalion) 

Hamilton's Cavalry Battalion 

Hamilton, Oliver P., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Shaw, Jo., Major 

Holman's Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into nth Tennessee Cavalry) 

Holman, Daniel W., Major 

Murray's Cavalry Regiment 
(Called also 4th) 

Murray, John P., Colonel 

Napier's Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into 10th Tennessee Cavalry) 

Napier, Thomas Alonzo, Colonel 

Nixon's Cavalry Regiment 
(Consolidated with Logwood's 16th) 

Crews, J. M., Major 

Logwood, Thos. H.. Lieutenant-Colonel 

Nixon, Geo. H., Colonel 

Rucker's (1st) Cavalry Legion 
(12th and 16th Battalions consolidated) 

Rucker, Edmund W., Colonel 

Spiller's Cavalry Battalion 
(Merged into Baxter Smith's 8th Cavalry) 

Spiller, C. C, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Smith, Baxter, Major 



LIST OF FIELD OFFICERS, REGIMENTS AND 

BATTALIONS IN THE CONFEDERATE 

STATES ARMY 

ARTILLERY 
ist Heavy Artillery Regiment 

Hoadley, F. W., Major 
Jackson, Andrew, jr., Colonel 
Sterling, Robert, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Upton, J. D., Major 

ist Light Artillery Regiment 

Haynes, Milton A., Lieutenant-Colonel 
McCown, John P., Colonel 
Stewart, Alex. P., Major 

Stewart's (A. P.) Artillery Battalion 
(See Tennessee Artillery Corps) 

Tennessee Artillery Corps 
(State service; transferred to Confederate service) 

Haynes, Milton A., Lieutenant-Colonel 
McCown, John P., Colonel 
Stewart, Alexander P., Major 



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BATTALIONS IN THE CONFEDERATE 

STATES ARMY 

INFANTRY 

1st (Colms') Infantry Battalion 
(Also called 20th Battalion. Merged into 50th Regiment) 

Colms, Stephen H., Major 

1st (Eakin's) Infantry Battalion 
(Merged into 59th Regiment) 

Eakin, W. L., Major 

1st Infantry Regiment, Provisional Army 

Buchanan, Felix G., Major 
George, Newton J., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Holman, James H, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Holman, Daniel W., Major 
McLaughlin, Martin V., Major 
Shackleford, John G, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Turney, Peter, Colonel 

1st Regiment Volunteers 
(Consolidated with 27th Infantry) 

Feild, Hume R., Major, Colonel 

House, John L., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Looney, Abraham M., Major 

Maney, George, Colonel 

Patterson, John, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Sevier, Theodore F., Lieutenant-Colonel 

1st and 2d Regiments Consolidated 

Allen, Alexander C, Major, of 27th Tennessee 

Feild, Hume R., Colonel, of 1st Tennessee 

House, John L., Lieutenant-Colonel, of 1st Tenenssee 

1st East Tennessee Rifles 
(See also 37th Regiment) 

Carroll, William H, Colonel 

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ist Tennessee Zouaves 

Auglade, J. G., Colonel 

Flippin, William S., Major 

Thurston, A. J. D., Lieutenant-Colonel 

ist Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi Infantry 
Avery, Wm. T., Lieutenant-Colonel 

2d Regiment Volunteers 
(Consolidated with 21 st Tennessee Infantry and known as 5th Con- 
federate Regiment) 

Ashford, James A., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Ross, William B., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Smith, James A., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Walker, J. Knox, Colonel 

2d Infantry Regiment Provisional Army 
(Walker Legion) 

Bate, William B., Colonel 

Butler, John A., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Doak, William R., Major 

Driver, William T., Major 

Goodall, David L., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Hale, William J., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Robinson, William D., Colonel 

3d Infantry Regiment Provisional Army 
(Afterwards Mounted Infantry) 

Boyd, Joseph C, Major 

Haskins, David C, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Lilliard, Newton J., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Morelock, William G, Major 

Morgan, George W., Major 

Reese, John J., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Tool, Samuel, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Vaughn, John C, Colonel 

3d Regiment Volunteers 

Barber, Flavel C, Major 

Brown, John C, Colonel 

Cheairs, Nathaniel F., Major 

Clack, Calvin J., Lieutenant-Colonel. Colonel 

Gorgon, Thomas M., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Jones, George W., Major 

Tucker, Thomas M., Major 

Walker, Calvin H., Colonel 



Field Officers, Regiments and Battalions 97 



4th Tennessee Volunteers 

Finlay, Luke W., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Hampton, Henry, Major 

Henry, John F., Major 

Kellar, Andrew J., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Neely, Rufus P., Colonel 

Strahl, Otho F., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

4U1 (Churchw ell's) Infantry Regiment Provisional Army 
(Became the 13th Infantry, which see) 

4th and 5th Regiments Consolidated 

Keller, Andrew J., Colonel, of 4th 
Lamb, Jonathan J., Colonel, of 5th 

5th Infantry Regiment 

Atkins, John D. C, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Bunch, Bryan B., jr.. Major 

Lamb, Jonathan J., Major, Colonel 

Swor, William C, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Travis, William E., Colonel 

Venable, Calvin D., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

5th (Hill's) Infantry Regiment, Provisional Army 
(Became the 35th, which see) 

6th Infantry Regiment 

Harris, John L, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Johns, William M. R., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Jones, Timothy P., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Porter, George C, Major, Colonel 
Stephens, William H., Colonel 
Wilder, James A., Major 
Williamson, Robert C, Major 

7th Infantry Regiment 

Fite, John A., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 
Goodner, John F., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 
Hatton, Robert, Colonel 

Howard, John K„ Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Shepard, Samuel G., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Williamson, William H., Major 

8th (Fulton's) Infantry Regiment 

Anderson, John H., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 
Botts, W. H., Major 



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Burford, William G., Major 

Ewing, A. G., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Fulton, Alfred S., Colonel 

McKinney, Christopher C, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Moore, William L, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Oglesby, L. W., Colonel 

gth Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 6th) 

Buford, John W., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Douglass, Henry L., Colonel 

Hurt, Charles S., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Kelso, George W., Major 

Rogers, H. A., Major 

White, S. H., Major 

ioth Infantry Regiment 

Brandon, Stephen O. W., Major 

Grace, William, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Heiman, Adolphus, Colonel 

MacGavock, Randall W., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

O'Neill, John, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Thompson, Samuel M., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

nth and 29th Infantry Regiments Consolidated 

Binns, John E., Major, of the nth 
Rice, Horace, Colonel, of the 29th 

nth Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 29th) 

Bateman, Thomas P., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Binns, John E., Major 

Gordon. George W., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Green, William, Major 

Long, James A., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Lucas, Hugh R., Major 

Rains, James E., Colonel 

Thedford, William, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Webb, Howell, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Weems, Philip Van Horn, Major 

12th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 22d and 47th) 

Bell, Tyree H., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Caldwell, Robert P., Major 

Outlaw, Drew A., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Purl, James, Major 

Russell, Robert Milton, Colonel 

Wyatt, J. N., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 



Field Officers, Regiments, and Battalions 99 

12th and 22d Infantry Regiments Consolidated 

Bell, Tyree H., Colonel, of 12th 

McMurry, Lipscomb P., Lieutenant-Colonel, of 22d 

Wyatt, J. N., Major, of the 12th 

1 2th and 47th Infantry Regiments Consolidated 
Watkins, William M., Colonel, of 47th 

13th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 154th Senior Regiment) 

Cole, Peter H., Major 
Crook, William J., Major 
Dyer, Beverly L., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Morgan, William E., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Pitman, Robert W., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 
Vaughan, Alfred J., jr., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 
Winfield, W. E., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Wright, John V., Colonel 

13th and 154th Infantry Regiments Consolidated 

Dawson, John W., Major, of 154th 

Pitman, Robert W, Lieutenant-Colonel, of 13th 

Vaughan, Alfred J., jr., Colonel, of 13th 

14th Infantry Regiment 

Brandon, Nathan, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Forbes, William A., Colonel 

Gholson, Milton C, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Harrell, George A., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Johnson, James H., Major 

Lockert, James W., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

McComb, William, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Morris, Nathan M., Major 

15th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 37th) 

Brooks, Thorndike, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Carroll, Charles M., Colonel 

Hambleton, John W., Major 

Hearn, John F., Major 

Taylor, James H. R., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Tyler, Robert C, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Wall, John M., Major 

15th and 37th Infantry Regiments Consolidated 

Frayser, R. Dudley, Lieutenant-Colonel, of 37th 
Tyler, Rpbert C, Colonel, of 15th 
Wall, John M., Major, of 15th 



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16th Infantry Regiment 

Brown, Daniel T., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Coffee, Patrick H., Major 

Donnell, David M., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Faulkner, Henry H., Major 

Goodbar, Jos., Major 

Murray, Thomas B., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Randals, Ben., Major 

Savage, John H., Colonel 



17th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 23d) 

Davis, James C, Major 

Floyd, Watt W., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Landis, Absalom L, Major 

Marks, Albert S., Major, Colonel 

Miller, T. C. H., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Newman, Tazewell W., Colonel 



18th Infantry Regiment 

Butler, William R., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Carden, Albert G., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Davis, Samuel W., Major 
Palmer, Joseph B., Colonel 
Joyner, William H., Major 



19th Infantry Regiment 

Cummings, David H., Colonel 

Deaderick, James G., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Fulkerson, Abraham, Major 

Heiskell, Carrick W., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Jarnigan. Rufus A., Major 

Moore, Beriah F., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Walker, Francis M., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 



20th Infantry Regiment 

Battle, Joel A., Colonel 

Carter, Mosco B., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Claybrooke, Frederick, Major 

Duffy, Patrick, Major 

Gooch, John S., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Guthrie, John F., Major 

Lavender, Frank M., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Lucas, Henry C, Major 

Shy, William M., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Smith, Thomas B., Colonel 



Field Officers, Regiments and Battalions 101 

21st Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 2d Infantry to form 5th Confederate) 

Cole, James C, Major 
Pickett, Edward, jr., Colonel 
Tilman, H., Lieutenant-Colonel 

2 2d Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 12th Infantry July 6, 1863) 

David, Benjamin T., Major 

Freeman, Thomas J., Colonel 

McMurry, Lipscomb P., Major, Colonel 

Pirtle, M. H., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Robertson, A. T., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Stewart, Francis M., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

23d Infantry Battalion 
Newman, Tazewell W., Colonel 

23d Infantry Regiment 

Cantrell, Robert, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Keeble, Richard H.. Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Lowe, John G., Major 

Martin, Matt., Colonel 

Neill, James F., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Nixon, George H., Major 

Ready, Horace, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

24th Infantry Battalion Sharpshooters 
Maney, Frank, Major 

24th Infantry Regiment 

Allison, Robert D., Colonel 

Bratton, Hugh L. W., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Fielding, William C, Major 

Peebles, Thomas H., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Shannon, Samuel E., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Williams, John J., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Wilson, John A., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

25th Infantry Regiment 

Bilbrey, Josiah H., Major 

Davis, Samuel, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Dibrell, George C, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Duncan, William A., Major 

Hughs, John M., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 



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McCarver, Samuel H., Major 

Sanders, Richard C, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Snowden, Robert B., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Stanton, Sidney S., Colonel 

Williams, Timothy H., Major 

26th Infantry Regiment 

Boggess, Abijah R, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Bottles, John L., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Lillard, John M., Colonel 

McConnell, Thomas M., Major 

Odell. James J., Lieutenant-Colonel 

SafTell, Richard M., Major, Colonel 

27th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with Maney's 1st Infantry) 

27th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with Maney's 1st Infantry) 

Allen, Alexander C, Major 

Brown, Blackburn H., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Caldwell, Alexander W., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Frierson, William, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Love, Samuel T., Major 

Taylor, John M., Major 

Williams, Christopher H., Colonel 

28th and 84th Regiments Consolidated 

Crook, David C, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel, of 28th 
Holman, John B., Major 

Smith, William G., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, of 84th 
Stanton, Sidney S., Colonel, of 84th 

28th Infantry Regiment 
(2d Mountain Regiment. Consolidated with 84th Infantry) 

Brown, Uriah T., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Crook, David C, Major 

Cunningham, Preston D., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Eatherly, Jonathan, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Murray, John P., Colonel 

Simrell, Eli D., Major 

Talbert, James R., Major 

29th Infantry Regiment 

Arnold, Reuben, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Bishop, William P., Colonel 



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Blevins, Absalom K., Major 

Johnson, John B., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

McKamy, Samuel L., Major 

Powel, Samuel, Colonel 

Rice, Horace, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

30th Infantry Regiment 

Bidwell, Bell G., Major 

Head, John W., Colonel 

Murphy, Robert H, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Turner, James J., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

31st (A. H. Bradford's) Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with Maney's 33d Infantry) 

Bradford, Alsey H., Colonel 

Cason, Caleb McKnight, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Hudson, Samuel H., Major 

Jinkins, Mansfield D., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Sharp, Samuel Major 

Smith, John F., Major 

Stafford, Fountain E. P., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Tansil, Egbert E., Colonel 

31st and 33d Regiments Consolidated 

Payne, Robert N., Major, of 33d 

Stafford, Fountain E. P., Lieutenant-Colonel, of 31st 

31st (IV. M. Bradford's) Infantry Regiment 
(Afterward 39th Infantry; afterward Mounted Infantry) 

Bradford, William M., Colonel 
Humes, James W., Lieutenant-Colonel 
McFarland, Robert, Major 

32d Infantry Regiment 

Brownlow. William W. J., Major 
Cook, Edmund C, Colonel 
McGuire, John P., Major, Colonel 
Moore, William P., Lieutenant-Colonel 
O'Neal, William P., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Tucker, Caloway G., Major 

33d Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 31st — A. H. Bradford's — Infantry) 

Campbell, Alexander W., Colonel 
Jones, Warner P., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 
McNeill, Henry C, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Payne, Robert N., Major, Colonel 



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34th Infantry Regiment 
(Formerly 4th Regiment Provisional Army) 

Bostick, Joseph, Major 

Bradshaw, Oliver A., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Churchwell, William M., Colonel 

Lewis, Robert N., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

McMurry, James A., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

35th Infantry Regiment 
(1st Mountain Rifles. Formerly 5th Regiment Provisional Army) 

Brown, Joseph, Major 

Brownlow, William W. J., Major (temporarily attached) 

Deakins, George S., Major 

Hill, Benjamin J., Colonel 

Roberts, R. B., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Smith, Joseph A., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Spurlock, John L., Lieutenant-Colonel 



36th Infantry Regiment 

Alley, Alexander K., Colonel 
Camp, William A., Major 
Dunn, John A., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Morgan, Robert Jarrell, Colonel 
Smith, John A., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Wetmore, William H., Major 

37th Infantry Regiment 

(1st East Tennessee Rifles. Formerly 7th Regiment Provisional Army. 

Consolidated with 15th Tennessee) 

Carroll, William H., Colonel 

Frayser, R. Dudley, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Hunt, Edward F., Major 

Moffatt, Gabriel, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Moffatt, Hunter P., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

McReynolds, Joseph T., Major 

Tankesley, R. M., Major 

White, Moses, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

38th Infantry Regiment 
(Formerly 8th, Looney's) 

Abington, Hardeman A., Major 

Carter, John C, Colonel 

Cotter, Hamilton W., Major 

Gwynne, Andrew D., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Golladay, Edward J., Lieutenant-Colonel 



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Greer, Hugh D., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Looney, Robert F., Colonel 
Thrasher, David H., Major 



39th Infantry Regiment 
(See 31st— W. M. Bradford's— Regiment) 

1st Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi Infantry 

Avery, William T., Lieutenant-Colonel, of Tennessee 

Baker, Alpheus, Colonel, of Alabama 

Cansler, Adolphus Philip, Major, of Mississippi 



40th Infantry Regiment 
(Walker Regiment. Ordered known as 5th Confederate, February 2, 
1862. Composed of 4 Alabama, 4 Arkansas, 1 Florida and 1 Ken- 
tucky companies. Cos. A, B, I, K went into the 54th Alabama 
Infantry) 

Henderson, C. C, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 
Higgins, Hiram H., Major 
Minter, John A., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Walker, Lucius M. t Colonel 

41st Infantry Regiment 

Farquharson, Robert, Colonel 
McClure, Robert G., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Miller, Thomas G., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Tillman, James D., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 



42d Infantry Regiment 

Hubbard, Josiah R., Major 

Hulme, Isaac N., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

McCollum, Levi, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Norwood, John H, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Quarles, William A., Colonel 

Walton, Isaac B., Lieutenant-Colonel 



43d Infantry Regiment 
(5th East Tennessee Volunteers. Afterward Mounted Infantry) 

Gillespie, James W., Colonel 
Guthrie, Lawson, Major 
Key, David M., Lieutenant-Colonel 
McKamy, William H., Major 



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44th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 55th) 

Crawford, Gibson M., Major 

Ewin, Henry C, Major 

Fulton, John S., Major, Colonel 

Johnson, James M., Major 

Kelly, John H.. Colonel (temporarily commanding) 

McDaniel, Coleman A., Colonel 

McEwen, John L., jr., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Shied, Henry S., Lieutenant-Colonel 



45th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 23d Tennessee Battalion) 

Carter, Samuel A., Major 
Hall, Alexander, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Lytle, Ephraim F., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Mitchell, Addison, Colonel 
Moore, James B., Major 

Newman, Tazewell W, Major (supernumerary during consoli- 
dation) 
Searcy, Anderson, Colonel 
Wadley, C. H., Major 



46th Infantry Regiment 

Brown, James S., Major 

Clark, John M., Colonel 

Cooper, Sylvester C, Major 

Dawson, Jonathan S., Colonel 

Johnson, John William, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Owens, Robert A., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Wilson, Joseph D., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 



47th Infantry Regiment 

Hill, Munson R., Colonel 
Holmes, W. E., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Shearon, Thomas R., Major 
Watkins, William M., Colonel 
Wynne, Vincent G., Lieutenant-Colonel 



48th (Nixon's) Infantry Regiment 
(Formed from remnants of 48th and 54th) 

Evans, Henry G., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Hughs, Thomas R., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Nixon, George H, Colonel 
Younger, Joseph T., Major 



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48th (Voorhies') Infantry Regiment 

Campbell, Andrew J., Major 
Godwin, Aaron S., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Gray, John F., Major 
Howard, Joseph D., Major 
Jamison, Thomas E., Major 
Sowell, William J., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Voorhies, William M., Colonel 



49th Infantry Regiment 

Atkins, Thomas M., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Bailey, James E., Colonel 
Cording, Jerome B., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Grigsby, Thomas K., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Lynn, David A., Major, Colonel 
McClelland, Robert H., Major 
Robb, Alfred, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Shaw, William A., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Young, William F., Colonel 



50th (Old) Infantry Regiment 

Beaumont, Thomas W., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Lockhart, Harrison C, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Robertson, Christopher W., Major 

Stacker, George W., Colonel 

Sugg, Cyrus A., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

50th (New) Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with Colms' ist Tennessee Battalion and 4th Confed- 
erate or 34th Tennessee) 

Bradshaw, Oliver A., Lieutenant-Colonel (Colonel of 34th) 

Colms, Stephen H., Colonel, of ist Battalion 

Pease, George W., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, of 50th 



51st Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 52d) 

Browder, Bartlett M., Colonel 

Chester, John, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Clark, Edward A., Major 

Hall, John G, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Shelton, Edward O., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Smitheal, Green W., Major (declined) 

Williamson, John T., Major 

Wilson, Andrew N., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 



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52d Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 51st) 

Estes, John W., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Lea, Benjamin J., Colonel 

Oliver, , Lieutenant-Colonel 

Randle, Thomas G., Major 



53d Infantry Regiment 

Abernathy, Alfred H., Colonel 

Aymett, Hans H., Major 

Baker, William N., Major 

Holden, William B., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Morton, T. J., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Richardson, William C, Major 

White, John R., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Wilkes, William H., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Winston, Thomas F., Lieutenant-Colonel 



54th Infantry Regiment 
(Portion of this regiment united with part of 48th to form Nixon's 

48th) 

Dearing, William, Colonel 
McMackin, Andrew J., Major 
Skillern, Davis, Lieutenant-Colonel 



55th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 44th) 

Baker, Thomas H., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Black, Gideon B., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Brown, Alexander J., Colonel 

Hillsman, John H., Major 

Jones, William A., Lieutenant-Colonel 

McDonald, Joseph E., Major 

McKoin, James L., Colonel 

Reed, Wyly M., Lieutenant-Colonel 

57th Infantry Regiment 
(No rolls on file) 

Morgan, , Colonel 

58th Infantry Regiment 
(No rolls on file) 

Crews, J. M., Colonel 



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59th Infantry Regiment 
(Afterward Mounted Infantry. Formed from 1st (Eakin's) Bat- 
talion) 

Alexander, Charles M., Major 

Brown, James P., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Cooke, James B., Colonel 

Eakin, William L., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Love, James F., Major 



60th Infantry Regiment 
(Also called 79th) 

Crawford, John H., Colonel 

Gregg, Nathan, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Rhea, James A., 'Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 



61st Infantry Regiment 
(Also called 81st; afterward Mounted Infantry) 

Dodd, Nathan, Major 

Pitts, Fountain E., Colonel 

Rose, James J., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Snapp, James P., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

62d Infantry Regiment 
(Also called 80th; afterward Mounted Infantry) 

Parker, William, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Reynolds, Simeon D., Major 
Rowan, John A., Colonel 
Smith, William R., Major 

63d Infantry Regiment 

Aiken, John A., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Fain, Richard G., Colonel 

Fulkerson, Abraham, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Fulkerson, William H., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 

84th Infantry Regiment 
(Consolidated with 28th x 

Smith, William G., Major 
Stanton, Sidney S., Colonel 

154th (Senior) Infantry Regiment 

Dawson, John W., Major, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Fitzgerald, Edward, Major, Colonel 



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Genette, Jones, Major 

Magevney, Michael, jr., Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel 

Martin, John D., Major 

Patrick, Marsh M., Major 

Smith, Preston, Colonel 

Wright, Marcus J., Lieutenant-Colonel 



Crews' Infantry Battalion 

(Remnant of this battalion formed into one company and united with 
Hunt's 5th (9th) Kentucky Infantry as Company F) 

Crews, J. M., Lieutenant-Colonel 
Evans, J. A. Major 

Memphis Infantry Battalion 
(Also called 3d Battalion) 

Foute, A. M., Lieutenant-Colonel 

Welckcr's Battalion State Troops 
Welcker, Benjamin F., Major 



The best estimate that can be made of the number of 
troops Tennessee furnished to the Confederate army is 
115,000 men. 



Officers 

of the 

Confederate States Navy 



OFFICERS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES 

NAVY 

Appointed from Tennessee 

(The records in many instances fail to give the name of 
the State from which the person was appointed, hence 
there may be some omissions.) 

BEASLY, J. W. 

Assistant paymaster, February 26, 1863. Resigned, 
May 27, 1863. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM P. A. 

Born in Tennessee. Formerly lieutenant, U. S. 
Navy; lieutenant, C. S. Navy, September 17, 1861 ; 
first lieutenant, October 23, 1862, to rank from October 
2, 1862; first lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 
1864, to rank from January 6, 1864. Served on 
C. S. S. Baltic, 1862-63; commanding C. S. S. Rappa- 
hannock, 1864, Mobile Squadron; surrendered, May 4, 
1865; paroled, May 10, 1865. 

CARNES, WILLIAM W. 

Born in Tennessee. Resigned as acting midshipman, 
U. S. Navy, February 13, 1861. Original entry into 
the C. S. Navy, July 13, 1863; second lieutenant, Janu- 
ary 7, 1864, to rank from October 2, 1862; first lieu- 
tenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from 
January 6, 1864. Savannah Squadron, 1863-64; or- 
dered to C. S. S. Savannah, January 11, 1864; 

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114 Tennessee in the War 

detached, November 29, 1864, and ordered to com- 
mand C. S. S. Sampson. Commanded Carnes' battery, 
Wright's brigade, Cheatham's division, Polk's corps, 
Army of Tennessee, at the battle of Chickamauga. 

DOAK, A. S. 

Born in Tennessee. Midshipman, July 18, 1863; 
midshipman, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Or- 
dered to C. S. S. Savannah, December 18, 1863; de- 
tached, May 4, 1864; C. S. S. Patrick Henry, 1864; 
C. S. S. Virginia (No. 2). 

DOAK, HENRY M. 

Born in Tennessee. Second lieutenant, Marine 
Corps, November 12, 1862. Savannah, Georgia, 1864. 

DUNNINGTON, JOHN W. 

(The record shows his appointment from Ken- 
tucky.) Resigned as lieutenant, U. S. Navy, April 25, 
1861. First lieutenant, May 2, 1861 ; first lieutenant, 
October 2^, 1862, to rank from October 2, 1862; first 
lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank 
from January 6, 1864; served on C. S. S. Pontchar- 
train, 1862-63; commanding naval battery, Fort Hind- 
man, Arkansas, 1862-63; special duty, 1863-64; com- 
manding C. S. S. Virginia (No. 2), 1864-65. Died in 
1885. 

FLOYD, RICHARD S. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as acting midshipman, 
U. S. Navy, April 20, 1861. Acting midshipman, 
May 16, 1 86 1 ; acting master (date not shown); sec- 
ond lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 



Officers of the Confederate States Navy i 1 5 

Served on C. S. S. Florida, 1862-64; took charge of 
bark Lapwing, tender to C. S. S. Florida, May 3, 
1863; captured by U. S. S. Wachusett, off Bahia, 
Brazil, October 7, 1864. 

FOUTE, ROBERT CHESTER. 

Born in Tennessee. Resigned as acting midship- 
man, U. S. Navy, December 4, i860. Acting midship- 
man, June 11, 1861; master in line of promotion, 
October 15, 1862; second lieutenant, January 7, 1864, 
to rank from August 5, 1863; first lieutenant, Provi- 
sional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 6, 
1864. Served on C. S. S. Virginia; participated in the 
battle of Hampton Roads, March 8-9, 1862; C. S. S. 
Georgia, 1862-63; special duty abroad, 1863-64; or- 
dered to C. S. S. Savannah, September 28, 1864. 

GIFT, GEORGE W. 

Born in Tennessee. Resigned as midshipman, U. S. 
Navy, January 10, 1851. Master not in line of promo- 
tion, December 27, 1861 ; lieutenant for the war, March 
18, 1862; first lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 
1864, to rank from January 6, 1864. Served as act- 
ing master, C. S. floating battery; reported at Colum- 
bus, Kentucky, December 31, 1861 ; C. S. S. Louisiana; 
surrender of Forts Jackson and St. Philip, April 28, 
1862; C. S. steam ram Arkansas, 1862; C. S. S. 
Chattahoochie, 1862-63; participated in Johnson's 
Island expedition, October, 1863; naval station 
Charleston, S. C, 1863-64; participated in capture of 
U. S. S. Underwriter, February 2, 1864; C. S. S. 
Chattahoochie, 1864; ordered, July 5, 1864, to report 
to Commander Brent, commanding C. S. S. Savannah. 



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HOLT, HENRY CLAY. 

Born in Tennessee. Resigned as acting midshipman, 
L^. S. Navy, April 20, 1861. Acting midshipman, June 
24, 1S61; resigned. Joined Mississippi defense fleet 
as gunner on the Little Rebel, April 21, 1862; served 
as lieutenant in the Army of the West from June 19, 
1802; ordered to report for duty to the Governor of 
Tennessee, September 17, 1862. 

HOWARD, GEORGE AUG. 

Born in Tennessee. Resigned as acting midshipman, 
U. S. Navy, April 19, 1861. Acting midshipman, 
April 10, 1862, resigned, March 18, 1863. Served, 
Mississippi defenses, 1862-63. 

JOHNSTON, OSCAR F. 

Born in Virginia. Formerly lieutenant, U. S. Navy. 
First lieutenant. May 23, 1861 ; first lieutenant. Octo- 
ber 23, [862, to rank from October 2, 1862; first lieu- 
tenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from 
January 6, 1864. Served on C. S. S. Georgia, Sa- 
vannah Squadron, 1862-63; commanding C. S. S. 
Oconee when captured by U. S. S. Madgie, August, 
1803; C. S. S. Patrick Henry. 1863-64; C. S. S. Vir- 
ginia (No. 2), James River Squadron. 1864; com- 
manding C. S. S. Peedee, Peedee River, S. C., Novem- 
ber, 1804. 

LONG, JAMES C. 

Born in Tennessee. Resigned as acting midship- 
man. U. S. Navy. May 15. 1861. Acting midshipman. 
July 3, 1861 ; passed midshipman. January 8. 1864; 
master in line of promotion, Provisional Navy, June 2, 
1804. Served on C. S. S. Virginia, 1861-62; partici- 



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pated in the battle of Hampton Roads, March 8-9, 
1862; C. S. S. Richmond, 1862-63; ordered to C. S. S. 
Savannah, Savannah Squadron, December 16, 1863; 
detached, May 2, 1864, and ordered to C. S. S. Albe- 
marle. 

McADAM, SIDNEY H. 

Born in Tennessee. Lieutenant for the war, April 
8, 1863; first lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 
1864, to rank from January 6, 1864. Served on 
C. S. S. Isondiga, 1863-1864; Savannah Squadron, 
1864. 

McDANIEL, HENRY C. 

Born in Tennessee. Resigned as acting midshipman, 
U. S. Navy, April 25, 1861. Acting midshipman, 
June 26, 1861; resigned, July 6, 1862. Served on 
C. S. R. S. United States, Gosport Navy Yard, 1862. 

MAURY, MATTHEW F. 

Born in Virginia. Formerly commander, U. S. 
Navy. Commander, June 10, 1861 ; commander, Oc- 
tober 23, 1862, to rank from March 26, 1861. Estab- 
lished, at Richmond, the naval submarine battery ser- 
vice, 1862; superintended the construction of gunboats 
on the Rappahannock River, 1862; naval agent abroad, 
1863-65. 

PEARL, JOHN M. 

Born in Tennessee. Assistant paymaster, January 
7, 1864, to rank from October 25, 1863 ; assistant pay- 
master, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Mobile 
Squadron, 1863-65; surrendered, May 4, 1865; pa- 
roled, May 10, 1865. 



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PEARSON, JAMES M. 

Born in Tennessee. Resigned as midshipman, U. S. 
Navy, April 25, 1861. Acting midshipman, July 8, 
1861 ; passed midshipman, January 8, 1864; master in 
line of promotion, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 
Served on C. S. S. Arctic, 1862-63; Charleston 
Squadron, 1863-64; Semmes' Naval Brigade, 1865. 

PORTER, THOMAS KENNEDY. 

Born in Tennessee. Formerly lieutenant, U. S. 
Navy. First lieutenant, July 13, 1863; first lieutenant, 
January 7, 1864, to rank from October 2, 1862; first 
lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank 
from January 6, 1864. Ordered to C. S. S. Savannah, 
December 18, 1863; C. S. S. North Carolina, 1863-64; 
abroad, 1864. Executive officer, C. S. Cruiser Flor- 
ida, captured at Bahia, Brazil, October, 1864, by 
U. S. S. Wachusett. 

RAMSAY, R. M. 

Second lieutenant, Marine Corps, October 28, 1861 
(acceptance) ; dismissed, July 9, 1862. 

SEAY, M. M. 

Assistant paymaster, April 2^, 1862; assistant pay- 
master, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Served on 
C. S. S. Baltic, 1862-64; surrendered, May 4, 1865, 
Mobile, Alabama; paroled, May 10, 1865. 

SELDEN, C. M. 

Born in Tennessee. Acting master's mate (date not 
given). Acting master's mate, Provisional Navy, 
June 2, 1864; Charleston Squadron, 1864-65; C. S. S. 
Indian Chief, 1865. 



Officers of the Confederate States Navy 1 1 9 

SEVIER, CHARLES F. 

Born in Tennessee. Resigned as acting midshipman, 
U. S. Navy, April 23, 1861. Acting midshipman, July 
8, 1861; midshipman, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 
Served on C. S. S. Palmetto State, 1862-63; C. S. S. 
Patrick Henry, 1863-64; C. S. S. Chickamauga, 1864. 

WHARTON, ARTHUR DICKSON. 

Born in Alabama. Formerly midshipman, U. S. 
Navy. Acting master, September 24, 1861 ; lieutenant 
for the war, February 8, 1862; second lieutenant, Feb- 
ruary 8, 1862; first lieutenant, January 7, 1864, to rank 
from April 29, 1864; fi rst lieutenant, Provisional 
Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 26, 1864. 
Imprisoned for refusing to take the oath of allegiance 
to the United States, 1861 ; released, February 12, 1862; 
C. S. steam ram, Arkansas, 1862; ordered to Selma, 
Alabama, November 8, 1862; reported November 21, 
1862; C. S. S. Tennessee, Mobile Squadron, 1863-64; 
captured at battle of Mobile Bay, August 5, 1864. 



Members of the Confederate Congress 
from Tennessee 



MEMBERS OF THE CONFEDERATE CONGRESS 
FROM TENNESSEE 

PROVISIONAL CONGRESS 

First session, assembled at Montgomery, Alabama, February 4, 
1861. Adjourned March 16, 1861, to meet the second Monday in May. 

Second session (called). Met at Montgomery, Alabama, April 29, 
1861. Adjourned May 21, 1861. 

Third session, met at Richmond, Virginia, July 20, 1861. Adjourned 
August 31, 1861. 

Fourth session (called). Met at Richmond, Virginia, September 3, 
1861. Adjourned same day. 

Fifth session, met at Richmond, Virginia, November 18, 1861. Ad- 
journed February 17, 1862. 

SENATORS 



REPRESENTATIVES 

A. G. Welcher, Third District. 

William H. De Witt, Fourth " Admitted August 16, 186 

Robert L. Caruthers, Fifth August 12, 186 

James H. Thomas, Sixth August 12, 186 

Thomas M. Jones, Seventh " August 12, 186 

John F. House, Eighth August 12, 186 

John D. C. Atkins, Ninth " August 13, 186 

David M. Currin, Tenth " August 16, 186 

(In the 1st and 2d districts T. A. R. Nelson and Horace Maynard 
defeated J. B. Heiskell and J. H. Shields at the election, August 1, 1861. 
They were Union candidates, but never served in the Confederate Con- 
gress.) 

FIRST CONGRESS 

First session, February 18, 1862, to April 21, 1862. 
Second session, August 18, 1862, to October 13, 1862. 
Third session, January 12, 1863, to May 1, 1863. 
Fourth session, December 7, 1863, to June 14, 1864. 



SENATORS 

Landon C. Haynes 
Gustavus A. Henry 

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REPRESENTATIVES 



(Elected November 6, 1861) 



Joseph B. Heiskell, Fourth District. 

William G. Swan, Second " 

William H. Tibbs, Third 

E. L. Gardenhier, Fourth " 

Henry S. Foote, Fifth " 

Meredith P. Gentry, Sixth " 

George W. Jones, Seventh " 

Thomas Menees, Eighth " 

John D. C. Atkins, Ninth " 

John V. Wright, Tenth 

David M. Currin, Eleventh " 



Admitted March 17, 1862 



Admitted March 8, 1862 



SECOND CONGRESS 

First session, May 2, 1864, to June 14, 1864. 

Second session, November 7, 1864, to March 18, 1865. 



Landon C. Haynes 
Gustavus A. Henry 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Joseph B. Heiskell, First District. 
William G. Swan, Second 
Arthur S. Colyar, Third 
John P. Murray, Fourth 
Henry S. Foote, Fifth 
Edwin A. Keeble, Sixth 
James McCallum, Seventh 
Thomas Menees, Eighth 
John D. C. Atkins, Ninth 
John V. Wright, Tenth 
David M. Currin, Eleventh 
Michael W. Cluskey, Eleventh 



Admitted May 3, 1864 



Admitted May 25, 1864 

Died May 21, 1864 

Admitted November 7, 1864 



General Officers from Tennessee 

in the 

Union Army 



GENERAL OFFICERS APPOINTED FROM 

TENNESSEE 

Who Served in the Union Army, 1861-65 

BROWNLOW, JAMES P. 

Captain, lieutenant-colonel and colonel of the First 
Tennessee cavalry; brevet brigadier-general, March 13, 
1865. 

CARTER, SAMUEL B. 

Commander in the U. S. Navy, July, 1862; briga- 
dier-general of volunteers, May 1, 1862; brevet major- 
general of volunteers, March 13, 1865; retired with 
rank of rear admiral. 

COOPER, JOSEPH ALEXANDER. 

Colonel of the First Tennessee regiment of infantry ; 
colonel of the Sixth Tennessee infantry regiment; 
brigadier-general of volunteers, July 30, 1864; brevet 
major-general, March 13, 1865. 

GILLEM, ALVIN CULLEM. 

Graduate of the U. S. Military Academy, July, 
1847; captain and assistant quartermaster, U. S. A., 
July, 1 86 1 ; colonel of the Tenth Tennessee regiment 
of infantry, May 13, 1862; brigadier-general of volun- 
teers, August 17, 1863; major-general of volunteers, 
November 3, 1865. 

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128 Tennessee in the War 



JOHNSON, ANDREW. 

Brigadier-general of volunteers, March 4, 1862; 
resigned March 3, 1865; vice-president of the United 
States, March 4, 1865, and president of the United 
States, April 15, 1865, to March 4, 1869. 

SMITH, WILLIAM J. 

Private in Wheat's company of Tennessee volun- 
teers, 1848; private in Sixth Tennessee cavalry, Sep- 
tember 18, 1862; regimental quartermaster, November 
15, 1862; major, February, 1864; colonel, March 13, 
1865; brigadier-general of volunteers July 16, 1865. 

SPEARS, JAMES G. 

Lieutenant-colonel of the First Tennessee infantry, 
September 1, 1861; brigadier-general of volunteers, 
March 5, 1862. 

SPALDING, GEORGE. 

Colonel of the Twelfth Tennessee regiment of cav- 
alry; brevet brigadier-general, March 21, 1865. 



Roster of the Volunteer Force 

in the 

United States Army from 
Tennessee 



ROSTER OF THE VOLUNTEER FORCE IN THE 
UNITED STATES ARMY FROM TENNESSEE 

(1861-65) 

The roster of officers is given as it stood on the day of 
the muster out. The date of each officer's rank is placed 
opposite his name in the roster. No brevet appointments 
are mentioned except those announced in general orders be- 
fore October 14, 1865. 



CAVALRY 

FIRST REGIMENT 

(This regiment, formerly known as the 4th Tennessee 
infantry, was organized from March to November, 1862, 
to serve three years. The field and staff, and companies 
A, B, C, D, E and F, were mustered out in March and April, 
1865, by reason of expiration of term of service, and com- 
panies G, H, I, K, L and M, in June, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Department. ) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 



MAJOR 

Russell Thornburgh Appointed November 6, 1863 

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CAPTAINS 

William W. Moser Appointed June 17,1863 

Moses Wiley November 0, [863 

Tames II. Elkins February 22, 1865 

Elias H. Rhea April 26,1865 

James E. Colville, a.w.m. (App. and waiting muster into U. S. service.) 
Joseph A. Collins, a.w.m. 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

John M. Harris. Adjutant Appointed November I, 1863 

George \Y. Kinder August I, 1864 

Erastus D. Filmore, R.Q.M " August 23, 1864 

David C. Shaw " April 26,1865 

1 .wis Cooper April 26, 1865 

Jacob M Meyers " May 2,1865 

Joseph N. B. Lusk. a.w.m. 
Samuel Lane, a.w.m. 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Alexander M. Smith Appointed August 7, 1863 

Ephraim A. Gray August 18. 1864 

James R. Cliff " April 8,1865 

Newton T. Beal " April 26, 1865 

William G. Drake " May 2, 1865 

SURGEON 



ASSISTANT SURGEON 
CASUALTIES 

Promoted (1) 

First Lieut. John H. James, R. Q. M., July 25, 1864. to Captain and 
A. Q. M. 

Transferred (1) 

First Lieut. Andrew Winters, November 6, 1863, to Veteran Re- 
serve Corps. 

Resigned (23) 

Col. Robert Johnson May 31, 1864 

Mai. James O. Berry January 6, 1863 

William R. Tracy June 22, 18(13 

Abram Hammond June 22, 1863 

Morgan T. Burkhart August 4. 1863 



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Capt. Charles L. Barton December 10, 1862 

Thomas J. Capp December 29, 1862 

" Davis Brooks January 6, 1863 

" Richard M. Baldwin January 8, 1863 

Ainsworth E, Blunt August 4, 1863 

" John 1 1. Trenl September 26, 1863 

" Absolom B. Barner November 26, 1863 

" William I). McClellan April —,[864 

" William A. Kidwell December 5, [864 

First Lieut. Charles H. Bent Icy, Adj't July 13, 1863 

" M. D. Lyle August 4,1863 

" W. F. Fowler August 5, 1863 

Second Lieut. Fzekiel Simpson August 5, 1863 

" George Odom November 5, 1863 

Surgeon Pleasant W. Logan December 29, 1862 

" John T. Jones June 9, 1863 

Assistant Surgeon James H. Jones June 22, 1863 

William T. Rankin February 18,1865 



Mustered out on expiration of term of service (22) 

Colonel James P. Brownlow (Brevet Brigadier-General, March 13, 
1865), April 11, 1865. 

Lieut. -Col. Calvin M. Dyer April 

Maj. Henry G. Flagg April 

" Burton Smith April 

Capt. Jacob K. Lones April 

" Paul Sturm April 

" Gideon Wolfe April 

" Charles H. Burdick April 

" Robert A. Wooten April 

" William R. Willoughby June 

First Lieut. James H. Smith April 

John J. Wolfe April 

Daniel S. Fox April 

James H. Delp April 

Andrew J. Gahagan April 

William Thurman April 

Second Lieut. Jonathan Haroorth March 

" Joseph Brooks April 

" Elisha J. Tweed April 

" George T. Harris June 

Surgeon William F. Green May 

Chaplain John P. Holtsinger April 



Discharged (4) 

Capt. Isaac C. Leger June 7, 1863 

First Lieut. Hiram R. Fields January 6, 1863 

Isaac B. Self, R. C. S June 5,1865 

Assistant Surgeon John L. Reed June 10, 1865 



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Died (7) 

Capt. Alfred J. Lane, killed in action, July I. 1863. 

Capt. Elbert J. Canon, January 3, 1864, of wounds received in action 
at Mossy Creek, Tennessee. 

Capt. Nelson Bowman, October 22, 1864, of disease, at Bull's Gap, 
Tennessee. 

First Lieut. Adam L. Whitehead, , 1862. 

First Lieut. George W. Cox, December 30, 1863, of wounds received 
in action at Mossy Creek, Tennessee. 

Second Lieut. John Roberts, July 29, 1864, of wounds received in 
action. 

Second Lieut. Thomas T. Hull, February g, 1865, in hospital at 
Memphis, Tennessee. 

Missing (1) 
Capt. John A. Gray, since July 23, 1862. 

Deserted (1) 
Second Lieut. W. N. Stapleton, July 1, 1864. 

The following is a list of the enlisted men of this regiment 
to whom medals of honor have been awarded by the Sec- 
retary of War : 

Corporal Harrison Collins. 



SECOND REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Mnrfreesboro, Tennes- 
see, from July, 1862, to January, 1863, to serve three years. 
It was mustered out July 6, 1865, in accordance with the 
orders from the War Department.) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

William R. Cook Appointed September 1, 1862 

MAJORS 

William R. Macbeth Appointed September 16, 1862 

William F. Prosser " March 31, 1863 



Roster of the Volunteer Force 



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CAPTAINS 

James H. Walker Appointed August i, 1862 

Thomas A. Jones August i> [862 

James H. Knight June 7, [863 

Elkanab M. Wynn December 24, 1863 

John H. Byrd " April 5, 1864 

Theophilua T. Wallace April 5, 1864 

Robert X. flood April 25,1864 

James A. Montgomery " June I, 1864 

L. McConnell, a.w.m. 
James M. Henry, a.w.m. 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

George W. Johnson Appointed August 1, 1802 

Harris Davis August 15, 1862 

Daniel B. Duncan September 16, 1862 

John Murphy November 8 

George W. Webb June 2, 186.3 

John C. Hale October 20, 1863 

James Loveless April 5, [864 

A. Sidney Prosser April 25, l 86 \ 

David L. Eslinger June 1, 1864 

Riley H. Andis, R. C. S June 1,1864 

Noah A. Acuff, Adj't June 21, 1865 

Jas. M. Yarnell, R. Q. M., a.w.m. 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Sanders McMahon Appointed September 16, 1862 

Andrew J. Webb September 22, [862 

Samuel J. Tawer October I, [862 

John W. Aneles <> tober 16 

Frank A. Little November 15, 1862 

Robert K. Lockett June 2, 1863 

Jesse P. Green, a.w.m. 
James A. Jackson, a.w.m. 



SURGEON 

Anthony L. Carrick Appointed December 10, 1862 



ASSISTANT 



Marcus F. Jerolds Appointed August i", 1862 

John W. Nlays " June 2, 1863 



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CHAPLAIN 
CASUALTIES 

Resigned (22) 

Col. Daniel M. Ray February 15, 1864 

Maj. George W. Hutsell November 20, 1864 

" Charles Inman March 10, 1863 

Capt. Charles S. Berry March 9, 1863 

" Robert A. Montgomery May 19, 1863 

" Samuel P. Rowen February 14, 1864 

" Solomon Irick March 19, 1864 

" William Odle March 26,1864 

" William W. Montgomery April 25, 1864 

" Thomas Stephens May 12, 1864 

" John Henry March 16, 1865 

First Lieut. James B. Russell March 9, 1863 

" William S. Hall, Adj't March 15, 1863 

" " Alvis A. Snodderly December 17, 1863 

" " James I. Dale, R. Q. M March 30, 1864 

" William L. Oaks April 25,1864 

" " James Galyon September 3, 1864 

Second Lieut. James M. Butcher March 17, 1863 

" Joseph C. Gray May 12, 1864 

" James B. Seaton May 21,1864 

Chaplain William W. Weaver March 30, 1864 

" James P. Gibson November 17, 1864 

Discharged (5) 

Capt. John M. Raines February 9, 1864 

First Lieut. Samuel D. Best March 4, 1863 

" Abijah Blalock March 26, 1863 

Second Lieut. James J. Gilbert April 27, 1863 

" James M. C. Raines February 9, 1864 

Died (2) 

Captain James H. Morris, killed in action at Stone River, Tennessee, 
January 1, 1863. 

Captain Aaron G. McReynolds, October 27, 1864, of wounds received 
in action at Decatur, Alabama. 

Dismissed (3) 

First Lieut. John B. Emerk January 16, 1864 

" Joshua H. Walker April 30, 1864 

Second Lieut. James M. Duggan February 5, 1865 

Deserted (1) 

Capt. George W. Gorman April 30, 1865 



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THIRD REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Murfreesboro and 
Nashville, Tennessee, from January 27 to December 14, 
1863, to serve three years. It was mustered out of service 
August 3, 1865, in accordance with orders from the War 
Department. ) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 



MAJOR 

Samuel W. Pickens Appointed April 4,1864 

CAPTAINS 

A. Hoatt Wilson Appointed July 14, 1863 

John H. Morton " April 4, 1864 

Jacob P. Brient May 19, 1864 

John Martin " May 28, 1864 

William A. Campbell June 16, 1864 

Lafayette Coile June 16, 1864 

James A. Goddard August I, 1864 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Daniel E. Lebow Appointed March 10, 1864 

John T. Homer May 28, 1864 

Wm. A. McTeer, Adj't July 19, 1864 

Geo. W. Webster, R. Q. M " May 9, 1865 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Oliver Henry Appointed January 27, 1863 

John Wisecarver June 16, 1864 

Archibald S. Mason July 19,1864 

SURGEON 

John A. Sowers Appointed May 21, 1863 



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Lieut. -Col. Duff G. Thornburgh June 2, 1864 

John B. Minnis March 19, 1865 

Maj. Ben. Cunningham June 21, 1865 

Capt. Charles W. Coker May 12, 1864 

Thomas T. Tipton May 24, 1864 

Joseph N. Witt May 26, 1864 

William Farmer July II, 1864 

Alexander P. Slattery May 20, 1865 

Elias Goddard June 21, 1865 

Oliver P. McCammon June 26, 1865 

rst Lieut. Lcvater Wear August 5, 1864 

Andrew B. McTcer, R. Q. M September 26, 1864 

John E. Revely January 10, 1865 

I tenry W. Barr February 28, 1865 

William V. dimming March 7,1865 

Matthew N. Anderson March 12, 1865 

William H. Sloan June 21, 1865 

" Jerry J. Wade June 21,1865 

" Alfred C. Derrick June 24, 1865 

Second Lieut. William H. Hunter May 2, 1864 

William G. McCammon May 26, 1864 

John C. Giffin January 7, 1865 

" Clinton L. Norvell March 6, 1865 

" James M. Wade March 6, 1865 

" Ferdinand Jett March 6,1865 

Assistant Surgeon James M. Campbell June 10, 1864 



Discharged (5) 

Col. William C. Pickens November 21, 1863 

Capt. Shadrick Harris March 21, 1865 

Firs) Lieut. Columbus Bogart February 16, 1863 

Second Lieut, Caleb F. Davis February 20, 1865 

Assistant Surgeon Harry C. McCoy May 15, 1865 



Died (6) 

Maj. Albert C. Catlett, March 24, 1864, of disease, at Nashville, 
Tennessee. 
Capt. Gid R. Griffith, July 11, 1863, near Nashville, Tennessee. 



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First Lieut. John W. White, March 16, 1863, in hospital at Murfrees- 
boro, Tennessee. 

First Lieut. George E. Curton, killed in action at Sulphur Trustle, 
Alabama, September 25, 1864. 

Second Lieut. Robert B. Hunter, December 22, 1864, in hospital at 
Nashville, Tennessee. 

Assistant Surgeon Frederick Wagner, killed in action at Sulphur 
Trustle, Alabama, September 25, 1864. 



Dismissed (2) 

First Lieut. Thomas M. Pickens January 26, 1864 

" Samuel L. Tillery April 27, 1864 



FOURTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Nashville, Tennessee, 
from February 9, 1863, to June, 1864, to serve three years. 
It was mustered out of service July 12, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Department.) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 



MAJORS 

Meshack Stephens Appointed June 15, 1863 

Luther M. Blackman September 18, 1863 



CAPTAINS 

Thomas H. Easley Appointed December 22, 1862 



Charles D. Champion. 

James M. Bishop 

Thomas J. Gorman... 

Robert Gamble 

William O. White.... 

William L. Cute 

Robert J. Patty 

Leonidas Blizard 

Alexander D. Stone. . 



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August 19. 1863 
August 31, 1863 
May 10, 1864 

May 16. 1864 

October 18, 1864 
October 18, 1864 
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FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

James K. P. Hall Appointed December 22, 1862 

Henry P. Hale January 10, 1863 

Willis Williams June 24, 1863 

Pleasant Smith August 19, 1863 

Robert A. Hunter March 25, 1864 

Frank Cameron, Adj't April 21, 1864 

Nasa A. Fitzgerald June I, 1864 

Benjamin W. Padgett June 7, 1864 

Robert A. Armstrong " October 18, 1864 



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George W. Basket Appointed December 



John G. Ruston. 
W T illiam Darwell. . . . 
William C. Brummit. 

Jacob Zeigler 

Henry H. Burk.... 
Robert Kittrell 



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SURGEON 

John G. Brown Appointed August 17, 1863 

ASSISTANT SURGEONS 

Elija B. Hale Appointed July 28,1863 

Richard B. Matlock " June 23,1864 

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Resigned (14) 

Lieut. -Col. Jacob M. Thornburgh June 17, 1865 

Capt. John W. Smith May 1, 1864 

" John W. Watkins May 4, 1864 

" John F. Kincheloe August 12, 1864 

" James C. Meyers February 14, 1865 

First Lieut. Edward W. Currier March 31, 1864 

" Cleveland T. Parker April 29, 1865 

" Joseph J. Richey May 24, 1864 

" Francis P. Bishop, R. Q. M April 11,1865 

Second Lieut. William K. Griffith March 30, 1864 

" George W. Matthews... April 5,1864 

" Alexander Hicks May 17,1864 

" Enoch Shipley June 7, 1864 

" James M. Kelley June 22, 1865 



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Died (5) 

Capt. Daniel Meador, drowned while bathing in Cumberland River, 
near Nashville, Tennessee, August 8, 1863. 

Capt. Benjamin H. Isbell, shot himself September 8, 1864. 

Capt. Henry C. Kerner, October — , 1864, of wounds received in 
action. 

Capt. Robert W. Ragon, June 4, 1865, of disease. 

Second Lieut. John P. Harper, April 14, 1865. 



Missing (1) 
First Lieut. James H. Henderson, since July 31, 1864. 

FIFTH REGIMENT 
Called also First Middle Tennessee Cavalry 

(This regiment was organized at Nashville, Murfrees- 
boro and Carthage, Tennessee, from July 15, 1862, to 
March 26, 1864, to serve three years. It was mustered out 
of service August 14, 1865, in accordance with orders from 
the War Department.) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

William J. Clift Appointed June 30, 1864 

MAJORS 

John Wortham Appointed July 1, 1864 

Faver Cason June 24, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

William O. Rickman Appointed April 22,1863 

Reuben C. Couch September 10, 1863 

James Clift March 26, 1864 

Hartwell N. T. Shipp " July 1, 1864 



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FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

William P. Hough Appointed November 11, 1862 

Wm. B. Pickering, Adj't June 9. 1863 

William H. Nelson August 6, 1863 

Wingate T. Robinson August 9, 1863 

James B. Raulston September 10, 1863 

William G. Davis " July 10, 1864 

Edward H. Gowen December 14, 1864 

Charles W. Stewart, R. Q. M " February 8, 1865 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Elisha P. Reynolds Appointed January 23, 1863 

John B. Turner August 9,1863 

James W. Mallard " November 4, 1863 

Henry H. Morris January 1, 1864 

Henry M. Marshall " February 28, 1864 

John J. White July 10, 1864 

John W. Bryan February 7, 1865 

Gabriel B. Johnson February 22, 1865 

SURGEON 

Curtis H. Bill Appointed November 8, 1864 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

William H. Moffett Appointed June 22, 1864 

CHAPLAIN 

Silas W. Brookins Appointed July 30, 1864 

CASUALTIES 

Promoted (2) 

Maj. John Murphy, May 15, 1864, to Lieut. -Col. 2d regiment Ten- 
nessee mounted infantry. 

Capt. Thomas Waters, February 7, 1865, to Major 4th regiment Ten- 
nessee mounted infantry. 

Transferred (5) 

Capt. Henry C. McQuiddy, July — , 1863, to 1st regiment Alabama 
cavalry. 

Capt. David D. Smith, July — , 1863, to 1st regiment Alabama cav- 
alry. 

First Lieut. David R. Snelling, July — , 1863, to 1st regiment Ala- 
bama cavalry. 

First Lieut. Joseph H. Hornback, July — , 1863, to 1st regiment Ala- 
bama cavalry. 

Second Lieut. Thomas J. Spencer, July — , 1863, to 1st regiment 
Alabama cavalry. 



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Resigned (27) 

Col. William B. Stokes March 10,1865 

Lieut. -Col. Robert Galbraith March 11, 1864 

Maj. Shelah Waters January 24, 1865 

" John F. Armstrong April 7, 1865 

Capt. Joseph H. Blackburn June 5, 1864 

" James T. Exum March 10, 1865 

" Monroe M. Floyd May 11,1865 

" Robert E. Cain July 13, 1865 

First Lieut. William M. Beasley October 16, 1862 

" James Wortham March 21, 1863 

Henry L. Newberry April 8, 1863 

William L. Hathaway April 10, 1864 

" Sylvanus Puckell September 1, 1864 

" Thomas A. Beaton, R. Q. M January 6, 1862 

" Alexander A. Carter February 21, 1865 

" James L. Hix May 12, 1865 

" James T. Mclntyre July 2, 1865 

" Lewis L. Faulkner, R. C. S July 16, 1865 

Second Lieut. James J. Evans January 23, 1863 

" John M. Phillips January 27, 1863 

" Marshall B. Truax June 1,1863 

" Charles T. Martin March 15,1864 

" W. W. Barker September 4, 1864 

Enoch H. Stone September 10, 1864 

" William J. Bryson February 10, 1865 

Surgeon Thomas G. Hickman January 28, 1863 

Assistant Surgeon William H. Meconnekin August 20, 1864 



Discharged (3) 

Second Lieut. James H. Gossett, March 3, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Reuben C. Couch, April 25, 1863. (Recommissioned 
as First Lieutenant, September 4, 1863.) 

Second Lieut. Charles T. Martin, November 20, 1863. (Recommis- 
sioned Second Lieutenant, September 4, 1863.) 



Died (2) 

Capt. A. T. Julian, killed in action near Hillsboro, Tennessee, March 
18, 1863. 
Surgeon Joseph B. Moore, killed by guerillas, September 5, 1864. 



Missing (4) 

Capt. Thomas C. Davis, since October — , 1862. 
Capt. Eli G Fleming, since December — , 1862. 
Second Lieut. Absalom C. Denson, since October — , 1862. 
Second Lieut. Carl D. Brien, since June — , 1863. 



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Dismissed (4) 

Capt. Ezekiel W. Bass December 4, 1864 

First Lieut. Ransom H. Sivley January 10, 1863 

John T. Van Keuren December 14,1863 

" E. Chastain September 25, 1864 

Cashiered (1) 

First Lieut. Robert A. Shepard January — , 1863 



SIXTH REGIMENT 
Called also Sixth West Tennessee Cavalry 

(This regiment was organized at Bethel, La Grange, 
Bolivar, Trenton, Dresden and North Gibson, Tennessee, 
from August 11, 1862, to July 1, 1863, to serve three years. 
It was mustered out of service July 26, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Department.) 

COLONEL 

William J. Smith Appointed March 13, 1865 

(Brevet Brigadier-General, July 16, 1865.) 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Orlando H. Shearer Appointed March 20, 1865 

(Brevet Colonel, March 13, 1865.) 

MAJORS 

Mack L. Learning Appointed February 24, 1865 

Stanford L. Warren " March 28, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

David I. Dickerson Appointed November 13, 1862 

Albert Cook " August 20. 1863 

Risen D. Deford " October 7.1864 

John H. Edwards " February 10,1865 

James L. W. Boatman " March 28, 1865 

William C. Webb " March 28, 1865 

Francis A. Smith " July 1, 1865 

Elijah J. Hodges, a.w.m. 



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FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Thaddeus C. McMalian Appointed October 3, 1862 

William J. Campbell " October 3, 1862 

Samuel D. Hanna September 19, 1864 

Calvin Hanna October 7, 1864 

Robert F. 0. Boswell " October 19, 1864 

George T. Ware November 15, 1864 

Columbus H. Deford November 21, 1864 

John H. Thorington, Adj't November 30, 1864 

W. A. Newsom, R. Q. M " February 10, 1865 

John W. Barham " March 28,1865 

Rd. W. Eskridge, R. C. S " March 18, 1865 

Thomas Crangle July 5, 1865 

John P. Gibbs " July 5,1865 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

James M. Sanders Appointed November 13, 1862 

John Huddleston May 14,1865 

Isaac J. Shull " May 14, 1865 



ASSISTANT SURGEON 



Luman O. Tanner Appointed March 27, 1865 

Pleasant A. Cashon April 17,1865 



CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 



Resigned (10) 

Col. Fielding Hurst January 8, 1865 

Maj. Eldredge S. Tidwell February 4, 1863 

" Daniel M. Emerson July 13, 1863 

Thomas H. Boswell October 26, 1864 

" Robert M. Thompson December 1, 1864 

Capt. John L. Poston June 4, 1865 

Second Lieut. William Cleary June 18, 1865 

Assistant Surgeon Joseph E. Marvin July 11, 1864 

Job Bell March 3,1865 

Chaplain James J. Smith February 10, 1865 



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Discharged (17) 

Capt. John H. Edwards October 26, 1863 

(Recommissioned Captain, February 10, 1865.) 

" Levi Hurst June 29, 1864 

" Joseph G. Berry August 27, 1864 

" Elijah Roberts November 8, 1864 

" Nathan M. D. Kemp May 15. 1865 

Samuel Lewis June 3, 1865 

" William C. Holt June 24, 1865 

First Lieut. George W. Wilson June 30, 1863 

James E. McNair August 22, 1864 

" Thomas C. Waggener August 27, 1864 

" Thomas M. Clayton, R. C. S November 7, 1864 

" James R. Norcott April 11, 1865 

Second Lieut. Nicholas Pitts August 23, 1864 

" " Miles Wood August 27, 1864 

" John W. Youngblood August 27, 1864 

" John R. Ray August 27, 1864 

" James L. Hardwich November 6, 1864 



Died (11) 

Lieut. -Col. William K. M. Breckenridge, October 15, 1863, of dis- 
ease. 

Capt. John Neely, February 28, 1863. of disease. 

Capt. John W. Moore, killed in action at Bolivar, Tennessee, March 
29, 1864. 

Capt. Horry Hodges, May 5, 1864, of disease. 

First Lieut. William L. Bagsby, February 3, 1863, of disease. 

First Lieut. Thomas P. Edwards, February 20, 1863, of disease. 

First Lieut. Zachariah Norcott, March 20, 1863, of disease. 

First Lieut. William I. Smith, May 31, 1864. 

First Lieut. Benjamin T. Walker, R. C. S., June 20, 1864, of disease. 

Second Lieut. William H. Swain, February 17, 1863, of disease. 

Second Lieut. Hugh L. Neely, killed in action at Bolivar, Tennessee, 
March 2, 1864. 



Dismissed (11) 

Capt. Barney J. Riggs August 5, 1864 

" William Chandler November 9, 1864 

First Lieut. Edward L. Hardin July 14, 1864 

Francis M. Tucker August 2, 1864 

" William E. B. Houston, R. Q. M August 23, 1864 

Second Lieut. Robert A. Crider May 24, 1863 

" William F. Boatright July 14,1864 

" William W. Kerby August 5, 1864 

" James N. Julin August 24, 1864 

James A. Mangum June 2, 1865 

Surgeon Thomas Williams May 26, 1865 



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SEVENTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Jackson, Grand Junc- 
tion and Trenton, Tennessee, from August 28, 1862, to 
April 15, 1863, to serve one and three years. The members 
who enlisted for one year were mustered out October 26, 
1863, by reason of expiration of term of service. The re- 
maining men were mustered out August 9, 1865, in accord- 
ance with orders from the War Department.) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Isaac R. Hawkins Appointed November 14, 1862 

MAJOR 



CAPTAINS 

Ashton W. Hawkins Appointed October 20,1862 

Thomas Belew November 9, 1862 

John T. Robeson August 3, 1865 

George W. Moore, a.w.m. 
Pleasant K. Parsons, a.w.m. 
John A. Miller, a.w.m. 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

John T. C. Robeson Appointed October 20, 1862 

Milton W. Hardy November 9, 1862 

Franklin Travis, R. Q. M November 14, 1862 

Elbert A. Royall December 1, 1862 

James M. Neely, a.w.m. 
Joseph C. Miller, a.w.m. 
James O. Bartholomew, a.w.m. 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Mark Renfroe Appointed September 5, 1862 

Samuel W. Hawkins October 20, 1862 

Joel W. Chambers November 9, 1862 

James W. Morgan, a.w.m. 
Jeptha L. Robeson, a.w.m. 



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ASSISTANT SURGEON 

Edward Arbuckle, a.w.m. 

CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Resigned (4) 

Capt. James M. Martin October 10, 1864 

First Lieut. Robert W. Helmer June 12, 1865 

" W.W.Murray June 13,1865 

Second Lieut. Henry C. Butler May 10, 1863 

Discharged (5) 

Maj. Thomas A. Smith December 19, 1864 

Capt. Asa N. Hayes March 12, 1865 

First Lieut. Alexander T. Hart March 1, 1864 

" William F. Allender March 12.1865 

Second Lieut. John J. Wallace August 8, 1863 

Died (1) 

First Lieut. Robert Y. Bradford February 2, 1865 

Missing (4) 

First Lieut. Francis A. Smith July 6, 1864 

Second Lieut. F. M. Reed February 1, 1863 

" Newton Cox October 31,1863 

" William Cleary July 6,1864 

Deserted (1) 

Capt. John W. Beatty September 26, 1864 



EIGHTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized as follows: Five com- 
panies at Camp Nelson, Kentucky, from June 30 to August 
14, 1863, for the 10th regiment Tennessee cavalry, to serve 
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at large, from August 14, 1863, to February 6, 1864, for 
the 5th regiment Tennessee cavalry, to serve three years. 
The entire force was consolidated and designated the 8th 
regiment Tennessee cavalry. It was mustered out of ser- 
vice, September 11, 1865, in accordance with orders from 
the War Department.) 

COLONEL 

Samuel K. N. Patton Appointed April i, 1864 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 



MAJORS 

William J. S. Denton Appointed July 7, 1863 

Christopher C. Kenner March 18, 1865 

John M. Sawyer, a.w.m. 

CAPTAINS 

Francis M. McFall Appointed April 5, 1863 

George McPherson " December 5. 1863 

Fielding L. McVay " May 26, 1864 

John C. Bible " March 18, 1865 

James P. Kindrick " March 18,1865 

John McCoy March 25, 1865 

Harbert S. Rogers March 25, 1865 

Samuel E. Erwin July 27, 1865 

William P. Festerman July 29, 1865 

Samuel H. Smith July 30, 1865 

Daniel D. Markwood July 30, 1865 

Homer Gilmore August 1, 1865 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Isaac A. Graham Appointed August 11, 1863 

Stephen C. Morley " September 28, 1863 

Henry A. Kelley, R. Q. M " May 14, 1864 

Henry H. Friar " May 26, 1864 

Jacob Leab, Adj't " March 18. 1865 

Austin O. Lynn " July 5, 1865 

James Ratliff " July 27,1865 

Henry C. Swingle " July 27, 1865 

William H. Shepherd " July 30,1865 

Henry Hoss " July 30, 1865 

Joseph M. McMillan " August 1, 1865 

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SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Gideon S. Sentell Appointed April 12, 1864 

Josiah Mahoney July 1, 1864 

George R. Campbell July 1, 186} 

Lewis A. Markwood November 3, 1864 

William M. Moore February 26, 1865 

John S. Brown " March 18, 1865 

Thomas B. McKenzie " March 18,1865 

William M. Davis March 26, 1865 

Francis M. Turner April 27,1865 

Robert R. Overton " July 27, 1865 

Henry Salts " August 1, 1865 



James W. Brady, a.w.m. 



SURGEON 



ASSISTANT SURGEONS 



Edmund A. Finn Appointed September 2, 1863 

Christopher Wheeler " May 23,1864 



William Milburn, a.w.m. 



CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 



Resigned (30) 

Lieut. -Col. Andrew J. Brown May 22, 

Maj. Wilson W. Willis June 8, 

" William B. Davis January 25, 

" James E. Deakins June 10, 

Capt. James C. Massengille April 10, 

" Asbury Fowler April 10, 

" Morgan Lane April 11, 

" George E. Grisham October 22, 

" John Sharp January 25, 

" Jacob M. Hendrickson February 26, 

" L. M. Jarvis March 16, 

" David Rush June 18, 

" Nelson McLaughlin June 20, 

First Lieut. John H. Woodward, Adj't December 7, 

John B. Guthrie December 12, 

" John S. Mott December 20, 

" " Francis A. Irwin March 7, 

" " James W. Kirkpatrick June 7, 

" " Spencer Munson, Adj't January 13, 

" John R. Shultz March 20, 

" " William E. Cunningham May 31, 

" James H. Miller June 18, 



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Second Lieut. James T. Johnston December 13, 1863 

" " John W. Cope October 1,1864 

" " Patrick Scott October 21, 1864 

" John C. Moreland December 5, 1864 

" Peter M. Lisenby January 4, 1865 

" Enoch Brown June 18, 1865 

" Robert L. Tinker June 22, 1865 

Assistant Surgeon William Smith January 12, 1864 

Discharged (14) 

Lieut. -Col. Thomas J. Capps December n, 1863 

Maj. Jeremiah Achey December 12, 1863 

Charles H. Bentley February 12, 1864 

Capt. George W. Kirk April 15, 1864 

" John L. Kirk April 15,1864 

" David W. Brown February 3, 1865 

First Lieut. Thomas S. Lyle October 31, 1863 

" " James F. Kirk December 29, 1863 

" Henry C. Dorr, Adj't February 12, 1864 

" " Henry H. Kincaid February 13, 1864 

" " James R. Edwards March 15, 1864 

" Gilbert H. Clemens, R. Q. M May 13,1864 

Second Lieut. Lewis Tiedeman February 6, 1864 

William H. Hunter March 15, 1864 

Died (2) 

Capt. Willey Galyou, March 25, 1864, at Nashville, Tennessee. 
First Lieut. Pryor L. Mason, killed in action near Lancaster, Ken- 
tucky, July 29, 1863. 

Missing (3) 

Col. Jesse H. Strickland, since October 31, 1863. 
First Lieut. Tarlton S. Pangle, since October — , 1863. 
Second Lieut. George W. Jones, since March — , 1863. 

Dismissed (1) 
First Lieut. Francis W. Strickland, October — , 1863. 



NINTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at 'Knoxville, Tennessee, 
from August 13, 1863, to June 28, 1864, to serve three 
years. It was mustered out of service September 11, 1865, 
in accordance with orders from the War Department.) 

COLONEL 

Joseph H. Parsons Appointed October 1, 1864 



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LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Pleasant C. Rutherford Appointed March 21, 1865 

MAJORS 

John C. Wright Appointed March 25, 1865 

David C. Dossett " July 16,1865 

James H. Hornsby, a.w.m. 

CAPTAINS 

David M. Caldwell Appointed December 20, 1863 

James B. Sharp July 16, 1864 

Benjamin F. Green August 4, 1864 

Thomas McDcrmott September 14, 1864 

Rufus McSpadden March 24, 1865 

Henry E. Warren March 24, 1865 

John W. Harrington March 25, 1865 

James W. Bell " June 4- 1865 

Richard S. Ellis " July 8, 1865 

Jacob Fritts July 20, 1865 

Lafayette Jones, a.w.m. 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Cyrene M. Mort Appointed October 17, 1863 

Benjamin F. Bratcher October 30, 1863 

Samuel E. Rankin February 2, 1864 

William W. Blackburn, R. C. S " September 25, 1864 

Ervin H. Matthews, R. Q. M October 1, 1864 

John Curtis November 2, 1864 

Benjamin G. Holland January 7, 1865 

Samuel Bell June 4, 1865 

Lemuel W. Hooper June 4, 1865 

Robert Warren " July 8, 1865 

Charles H. Leinart " July 8,1865 

Pinkney P. Seaton July 29, 1865 

William B. Francisco July 29, 1865 

Henry P. Farmer " July 29,1865 

David M. Nelson, Adj't, a.w.m. 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Thomas S. Northern Appointed August 15,1863 

Millus D. Wallace " September 23, 1864 

Abednego B. Rowden January 7, 1865 

Robert E. Newman " March 24, 1865 

Willoughby R. Murphy " May 20,1865 

Peter E. Walker " June 4, 1865 

Ezekiel Witherford June 4, 1865 

Robert Reynolds June 4, 1865 

Ephraim J. Hyatt " July 8, 1865 

James M. Bacon " July 8, 1865 

James L. Lacy July 29, 1865 

William A. Morton July 29, 1865 



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SURGEON 

Gustavus R. Brandon Appointed May 28, 1863 

ASSISTANT SURGEONS 

Amos E. Duncan Appointed February 19, 1864 

John W. Divine, a.w.m. 

CHAPLAIN 

Samuel Greear Appointed May 20, 1864 

CASUALTIES 

Resigned (20) 

Lieut.-Col. John B. Brownlow March 

Maj. Samuel Hunt, jr March 

" Edward Black June 

Capt. Isaac A. Duncan May 

" Ericus S. Hollingsworth December 

Robert Cochran March 

" Andrew L. Scruggs March 

" John Haynes June 

" John Wilson % June 

" J. Hopkins Bunch June 

" William C. Peterson June 

First Lieut. Albert S. Bayless, Adj't March 

" Samuel Couch June 

" Henry E. Jackson July 

" William B. Robbins July 

" Elias S. Carroll July 

Second Lieut. John M. Layman April 

" " John H. McNutt June 

" Alfred Nicely June 

" Silas Woodson June 

Discharged (12) 

Maj. Etheldred W. Armstrong August 

Capt. James S. Fain August 

" Matthew J. Dimford December 

First Lieut. Henry E. Van Derveer September 

" David R. N. Blackburn, Adj't June 

" Jacob J. Nicely January 

" Thomas M. White January 

Guilford C. Duggan July 

Second Lieut. Horace Phillips January 

Jesse L. Gross February 

John Jackson February 

Surgeon William Hunt March 

Died (1) 
Capt. William J. Trotter June 28, 1864 



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1 54 Tennessee in the War 

Missing (4) 

Capt. Thomas A. McGuire, since June — , 1864. 
Second Lieut. John G. Sawyer, since June — , 1864. 
Second Lieut. Samuel S. Miller, since June — , 1864. 
Chaplain Jonathan L. Mann, since June — , 1864. 

Dismissed (1) 
First Lieut. John W. Gibbs September 12, 1864 

Cashiered (1) 
Chaplain Aaron W. Armstrong September 12, 1864 

TENTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Nashville, Tennessee, 
from August 25, 1863, to January 2, 1865, to serve three 
years. It was mustered out of service August 1, 1865, in 
accordance with orders from the War Department.) 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

James T. Abernathy Appointed April 26, 1865 

MAJOR 

Sterling Hambright Appointed February 26, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

Russ B. Davis Appointed February 25, 1864 

Allen C. Anderson August 10,1864 

John C. Duff " August 22, 1864 

John A. Davis November 25, 1864 

James M. McGill " April 26,1865 

Theodore W. Gambee " April 26,1865 

Martin V. Tcemes July 7- 1865 

John Q. A. Bryan. " July 26, 1865 

David M. Nelson, a.w.m. 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Thomas Orr Appointed January 26, 1864 

Charles L. Reynolds June 13, 1864 

James B. Phillips " February 10, 1865 



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Wm. H. Hampton Appointed February 25, 1865 

A. S. Gantt, R. Q. M " April 26,1865 

Eli B. Fitzgerald " April 26,1865 

John Thomas, Adj't " May 1, 1865 

Marshal Lawson May 1, 1865 

Lorenzo D. Mcjunkin May 1, 1865 

John M. Anderson " May 21, 1865 

John H. Anderson, a.w.m. 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

John O. Cobb Appointed October 26, 1863 

Jesse F. Owen " February 25, 1864 

Daniel K. Rowe January 29, 1864 

James Brown February 8, 1864 

Augustus L. Spencer " June 28, 1864 

SURGEON 

William Spencer Appointed April 18, 1864 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

Brook B. Freeman Appointed May 30, 1864 

CHAPLAIN 
CASUALTIES 

Resigned (15) 

Maj. John Parr June 18, 1864 

Capt. Daniel W. Baker. January 23, 1865 

Frederick W. Baker January 23, 1865 

" James Ware March 22, 1865 

" Alexander R. P. Toucray July 6, 1865 

First Lieut. Nelson Lawson January 23, 1865 

" George W. Orr, R. Q. M March 17,1865 

" John M. Powell April 4, 1865 

" Thomas J. Cox July 4, 1865 

Second Lieut. Joseph J. W. Baker August 19, 1864 

Samuel M. Weatherly August 24, 1864 

Robert B. Williams January 22, 1865 

" " William H. Williams May 15,1865 

Assistant Surgeon James G. Saines April 12, 1864 

John R. Leonard February 22, 1865 

Discharged (5) 

Lieut-Col. George W. Bridges December 19, 1864 

Capt. Jonathan H. Hall December 28, 1864 

First Lieut. James Martin January 1, 1865 

" John W. Cook March 14, 1865 

Second Lieut. William A. Weatherly December 28, 1864 



1^6 Tennessee in the War 



Died (2) 

Major William P. Story, December 27, 1864, at Nashville, Tennessee, 
of wounds received in action. 
First Lieut. Judson Wise, June 3, 1864, of disease. 

Dismissed (3) 

Capt. Calvin Simmons October 4, 1864 

First Lieut. Gilbert B. Harvey September 12, 1864 

Robert S. Denner September 15, 1864 

Cashiered (1) 
Maj. John Elliott October 4, 1864 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized in Cocke, Loudon, Green 
and Jefferson Counties, Tennessee, from May to October, 
1863, to serve three years. It was consolidated with the 
9th Tennessee cavalry January 9, 1865, in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

COLONEL 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

MAJORS 

James H. Johnson Appointed August 16, 1863 

Edward Black " December 1,1863 

CAPTAINS 

William C. Peterson Appointed August 15, 1863 

David C. Dosset " August 15. 1863 

John C. Wright " August 15, 1863 

Benjamin F. Green August 4, 1864 

Thomas McDermott " September 14, 1864 

John Wilson, a.w.m. 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Elias S. Carroll Appointed August 15, 1863 

William B. Robbins " August 15, 1863 

Jno. W. Gandin, R. Q. M " November 1, 1863 



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Richard D. Ellis Appointed November 4, 1863 

J" U W - Harrington, R. C. S " J u l y 3I , l86 J 

John A Stuart " September 1, 1864 

Samuel Couch « October 25, 1864 

John Curtis. « November 2, 1864 

Benjamin G. Holland << January 7, 1865 

Isaac Riseden, a.w.m. 



.SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

fiSJ* Fri " s - : Appointed August 15, 1863 

William Stone 

C. H. Leiwart 

Millus D. Wallace ....".".".*.'.".'! 

Abednego B. Rowden 

Stephen Geasland, a.w.m. 



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SURGEON 

Gustavus R. Brandon Appointed May 28, 1863 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

John W. Divine, a.w.m. 

CHAPLAIN 

Samuel Greear Appointed May 20, 1864 

CASUALTIES 

Resigned (1) 
Second Lieut. George W. Jones January 25, 1864 

Discharged (17) 

Col. Isham Young. j anuar 4> l86 

Ma? M a £ *J. Davis September 13, 1864 

Maj Alexander D. Rhea December 22, 1863 

.? l£ % arger March 25, 1864 

M * P - 5 ea ""-: June 6,1864 

« t^ I c' H " ddIeston September 13, 1864 

Joseph S. Chapman September 13, 1864 

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First Lieut. William S. Geers, R. Q. M October 7 1863 

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u u Clement H Saffell, Adj't April 24, 1864 

« t avld £• Huddleston September 13, 1864 

James F Campbell September 13, 1864 

« £ ai ™ el r, M - Wlls0n September 13, 1864 

Q it- ?'r T- \ R °I e A-:\ September 13, 1864 

Second Lieut. Richard Grisham September 13, 1864 

Thomas J. Prichet September 13, 1864 



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Died (1) 

Capt. David C. Vanhook April 13, 1864 

Missing (2) 

First Lieut. Jason J. Palmer, R. C. S., since October 31, 1863. 
Second Lieut. John C. Reagon, since August 15, 1863. 

TWELFTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Nashville, Tennessee, 
from August 24, 1863, to August 16, 1864, to serve three 
years. It was mustered out of service October 7, 1865, in 
accordance with orders from the War Department.) 

COLONEL 

George Spalding Appointed August 16, 1864 

(Brevet Brigadier-General March 21, 1865.) 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

John S. Kirwan Appointed March 3, 1865 

MAJORS 

John A. Bradshaw Appointed September 1, 1864 

James W. Spalding " March 10, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

Chester J. Hoag Appointed March 7, 1864 

Joseph C. Boyer August 10, 1864 

John A. Miller August 30, 1864 

George W. Peters " May 6, 1865 

John M. Jordan, a.w.m. 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Andrew K. Long Appointed February 1, 1864 

(Brevet Captain March 13, 1865.) 

Andrew P. Moorehead " July 30, 1864 

Truman E. Pomeroy August 31, 1864 

H. C. Price, R. Q. M " March 10, 1865 

William Adams March 10, 1865 

William B. Douthat " May 6, 1865 

Andrew J. Hensley " May 6, 1865 

George Hall " May 6, 1865 

Edward A. Fowlkes " May 9, 1865 

Geo. B. Moorehead, Adj't " June 15,1865 

David A. Welborn, a.w.m. 



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.SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

John W. Cook Appointed January 1,1864 

Thomas W. Prentiss " April 16,1864 

SURGEON 

Curtis E. Price Appointed March 10, 1865 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 
CHAPLAIN 
CASUALTIES 

Promoted (1) 

First Lieut. Henry A. Colvin, Adj't, May 24, 1865, to Captain and 
A. A. G. 

Resigned (26) 

Lieut. -Col. Charles C. Heufling June 29, 1865 

Capt. Louis Smith March 21, 1864 

" John B. Tope July 9, 1864 

" Drury P. Harrell March 21, 1865 

" David Odell May 22, 1865 

" John F. Graham May 22, 1865 

" Wilson C. Jackson May 29, 1865 

" George B. Caloer May 30, 1865 

" Jacob P. Crooker June 4, 1865 

" Dennis Donnahue July 21, 1865 

First Lieut. John W. Spears July 12, 1864 

" " Charles E. Rodgers August 30, 1864 

" Richard M. Baldwin, R. Q. M February 1, 1865 

" " Joseph H. Proctor February 17, 1865 

" " Frederick A. Cavendish May 12,1865 

" James J. Boland May 29,1865 

" " Lathan E. Weaver May 30,1865 

" Sylvester M. Snell, R. C. S September 8,1865 

Second Lieut. Samuel L. Moore April 24, 1864 

" " Orien J. Avery July 12, 1864 

" " Ebenezer Boothe August 15, 1864 

" " Freeman E. Olmstead May 12, 1865 

" " Cyrus Motter May 23, 1865 

" " Thompson W. McKee June 7, 1865 

Surgeon Jacob B. Mitchell February 22, 1865 

Assistant Surgeon James H. Jones May 24, 1865 

Discharged (1) 

Capt. Jordan W. Creasy July I, 1865 



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Died (7) 

Maj. Sater Boland, December 31, 1864, of wounds received in action 
at Franklin, Tennessee. 

Capt. Andrew J. Sullivan, killed by guerillas April 20, 1864. 

Capt. John C. Rogers, killed in action June 14, 1864. 

Capt. John C. Penoyer, July 14, 1864, at Pulaski, Tennessee. 

First Lieut. Chauncey Cunningham, killed in action at Florence, 
Alabama, August 10, 1864. 

First Lieut. William T. Ford, killed near Shoal Creek, Alabama, 
November 8, 1864. 

Second Lieut. William J. Rankin, December 18, 1864, of wounds 
received in action. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Strawberry Plains, 
Nashville and Gallatin, Tennessee, in October and Novem- 
ber, 1863, and February, March and May, 1864, to serve 
three years. It was mustered out of service September 5, 
1865, in accordance with orders from the War Depart- 
ment.) 

COLONEL 

John K. Miller Appointed October 5, 1863 

LIEUTENANT-COLO] 

Brazilliah P. Stacy Appointed December 10, 1864 

MAJORS 

Patrick F. Dyer Appointed March 13, 1865 

Robert H. M. Donnelly June 22,1865 

Christopher C. Wilcox " July 1, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

Landon Carter Appointed December 31, 1863 

John G. Dervan December 31, 1863 

Samuel E. Northington " April 13, 1864 

Baliss A. Miller " December 10, 1864 

Daniel Ellis " January 13,1865 

David B. Jenkins " March 9,1865 

James W. Scott " March 12, 1865 

Isaac A. Taylor " March 13, 1865 

Gilson O. Collins " March 21,1865 

Alfred T. Donnelly " June 22,1865 

Thomas J. Barry, a.w.m. 



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FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Henry M. Walker Appointed October 5, 1863 

Benjamin B. Ferguson November 8, 1863 

H. C. Northington " April 13, 1864 

Samuel P. Angel, Adj't September 29, 1864 

Andrew Campbell October 13, 1864 

Richard L. Wilson, R. Q. M " January 23, 1865 

Daniel S. Nave " March 10,1865 

Thomas C. White " March 12, 1865 

Calvin M. Arnold " June 22, 1865 

William M. McQueen " June 22, 1865 

James N. Freels June 22, 1865 

General H. Franklin July I, 1865 

James H. Cox, R. C. S " August 21, 1865 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Alexander D. Frasier Appointed October 28, 1863 

Andrew C. Fondren " April 19, 1864 

George W. Emmert " September 14, 1864 

Peter L. Barry October 13, 1864 

John M. Wilcox " March 13,1865 

Charles Leflor June 22, 1865 

Caleb M. Emmert " June 22, 1865 

Jacob Tayler July 1,1865 

William Anendiell, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 

William H. Matlock Appointed September 27, 1864 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 



CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Resigned (20) 

Lieut.-Col. Roderick A. Butler April 25, 1864 

Maj. James W. M. Grayson April 1, 1864 

George W. Doughty March 10, 1865 

" Eli N. Underwood March 10, 1865 

" Joseph H. Wagner April 1,1865 

Capt. Pleasant Williams April 30, 1864 

First Lieut. William B. Honeycutt July 12, 1864 

James H. Conklin, R. Q. M September 14, 1864 

" Joel H. Williams, R. C. S January 30, 1865 

" Henry C. Pierce March 1,1865 

" Jeremiah B. Miller April 7,1865 

" Philip P. C. Nelson, R. C. S July 20,1865 

John M. Honeycutt August 23,1865 



1 62 Tennessee in the War 



Second Lieut. Joel N. Garriger March i, 1865 

" " William W. Wilkinson March 16, 1865 

" " George A. Miller March 22, 1865 

" William F. M. Hyder July 15, 1865 

Surgeon James H. Hobbs August 5, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon James M. Cameron July 19, 1865 

" " Larkin P. Blackburn July 1, 1865 

Discharged (9) 

Capt. Frederick Slimp January 2, 1864 

" Jacob H. Norris September 5, 1864 

" William D. Jenkins January 21,1865 

" John W. Ellis July 15, 1865 

First Lieut. Henry H. Hamer September 14, 1864 

" " George W. Luttrell January 11, 1865 

Second Lieut. John L. Hyder August 27, 1864 

" " Alfred C. Williams August 27,1864 

" " John G. Johnson August 27, 1864 

Died (4) 

Lieut.-Col. William H. Ingerton, December 8, 1864, of wounds. 

Capt. Richard H. Luttrell, January 20, 1864, at Camp Nelson, Ken- 
tucky. 

Capt. James B. Wyatt, killed in action December 12, 1864. 

Capt. William M. Gourley, killed in action at Marion, Virginia, De- 
cember 13, 1864. 

Only one company was organized for the 14th Tennessee 
cavalry, which was transferred to the 6th Tennessee cavalry. 

BRADFORD BATTALION 

(This battalion, composed of four companies, was organ- 
ized in December, 1863, and January, 1864, to serve three 
years. The members not captured or killed at the massacre 
at Fort Pillow were formed into one company and trans- 
ferred to the 14th Tennessee cavalry as Company A, and 
subsequently to the 6th Tennessee cavalry as Company E.) 

MAJOR 

William F. Bradford Appointed January 12, 1864 



T. F. Bradford Appointed January 13, li 



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FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

John F. Gregory Appointed December 5, 1863 

John H. Porter January 29, 1864 

Nicholas D. Logan December 16, 1863 

Francis A. Smith January 20, 1864 

(Transferred to 6th Tennessee cavalry.) 

Mack J. Learning, Adj't February 1, 1864 

(Transferred to 6th Tennessee cavalry.) 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

James Wilson Appointed February 22, 1864 

John C. Ackerstrom January 20, 1864 

John C. Barr January 20, 1864 

William Cleary January 20, 1864 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 



CASUALTIES 



ALABAMA AND TENNESSEE CAVALRY 

FIRST REGIMENT 

(Vidette) 

(This regiment was organized as follows: Companies 
A, B, C, G, and H, at Stevenson and Bridgeport, Alabama, 
from September 10, 1863, to April 26, 1864; and companies 
D, E, and F, at Tracey City and Nashville, Tennessee, from 
December 9, 1863, to February 24, 1864, to serve one year. 
It was mustered out of service June 16, 1864, in accordance 
with orders from the War Department.) 

COLONEL 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

MAJORS 

CAPTAINS 

Ephraim Latham Appointed September 10, 1863 

George F. Allen " October 1,1863 

Calvin Brixey December 9,1863 

James H. Shannon February 9, 1864 

Henry R. Jordan March 20, 1864 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

John W. Williams Appointed September 10, 1863 

John B. Lane December 9, 1863 

Philip M. Radford " February 2,1864 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

John W. Claiborne Appointed August 27, 1863 

Thomas Latham September 20, 1863 

Allen Lea " November 6,1863 

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Andrew H. Coggins Appointed December 9, 1863 

Randolph Myers January 21, 1864 

Wesley Earp February 13, 1864 

William Lea " March 20, 1864 

Archibald J. Horton, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 



ASSISTANT SURGEON 



CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Resigned (1) 

Capt. John M. Phillips April 15, 1864 

Discharged (1) 
Second Lieut. James A. Hess February 10, 1864 

Died (3) 

Capt. Alfred Long, March 18, 1864, of disease. 
Second Lieut. James Ellis, November 5, 1863, of disease. 
Second Lieut. Stephen P. Tipton, killed in action at Tracey City, 
Tennessee, January 20, 1864. 



TENNESSEE LIGHT ARTILLERY 

FIRST BATTALION 

(This organization, composed of five batteries, was or- 
ganized at Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee, 
from June 3, 1862, to October 16, 1863, to serve three 
years. It was mustered out by batteries at different dates 
from July 20 to August 3, 1865, in accordance with orders 
from the War Department.) 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

R. Clay Crawford Appointed November I, 1863 

MAJOR 

ADJUTANT 

QUARTERMASTER 

SURGEON 

Richard P. Mitchell Appointed October I, 1863 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

Owen M. Brown, a.w.m. 

BATTERY A 

CAPTAIN 

Albert F. Beach Appointed April 5, 1864 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

David Rhea Appointed July 26, 1864 

John Calvin Kridler " June 18, 1865 

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SECOND LIEUTENANT 

Richard B. McKaig Appointed June 18, 1865 

CASUALTIES 

Resigned (3) 

First Lieut. Joseph R. Huntsman June 12, 1864 

Thomas J. Murphy May 13,1865 

Second Lieut. James Tobin May 23, 1863 

Died (1) 

Second Lieut. Charles P. Haining, killed April 19, 1863. 

Dismissed (1) 

Capt. Ephraim P. Abbott, March 12, 1864. 

BATTERY B 

CAPTAIN 

William O. Beebe Appointed March 29, 1864 

FIRST LIEUTENANT 

David F. Manly Appointed October 22, 1864 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Samuel W. Maroon Appointed March 26,1865 

Thomas F. Adams May 1,1865 

CASUALTIES 

Resigned (4) 

Capt. James A. Childress February 7, 1864 

First Lieut. David M. Nelson July 3, 1864 

" William G. Bewley March 12, 1865 

Second Lieut. Isaac P. Knight September 3, 1864 

Discharged (2) 

Second Lieut. Peter J. Doremas September 13, 1864 

" Jacob M. Bewley November 30, 1864 

Died (2) 

First Lieut. Addison B. McCaleb, September — , 1863, at Nicholas- 
ville, Kentucky. 
First Lieut. Samuel H. Baker, February 12, 1864, of disease. 



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BATTERY C 

CAPTAIN 

Joseph Grigsby Appointed May 13, 1865 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

George W. Woy .-.Appointed March 25, 1864 

Martin V. Moody " May 16, 1865 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Valentine Meyers Appointed March 25, 1865 

William B. McDaniels " May 16, 1865 

CASUALTIES 

Resigned (4) 

Capt. Vincent Myers March 12, 1865 

First Lieut. Ison Meyers March 26, 1864 

" Caleb Goin March 1,1865 

Second Lieut. John Holliday March 19, 1865 

Cashiered (1) 
Second Lieut. Henry C. Avery November 21, 1864 

BATTERY D 

CAPTAINS 

Samuel D. Leinart Appointed August 17, 1864 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Edwin J. Cobb Appointed August 17, 1864 

James H. Kyle " March 6, 1865 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Daniel N. Kelly Appointed March 6, 1865 

Orville D. Laird " March 7, 1865 

CASUALTIES 

Resigned (4) 

Capt. David R. Young July 9, 1864 

First Lieut. Solomon Strombaugh August 16, 1864 

" " Victory R. Williams January 17, 1865 

Second Lieut. Luther A. Wilson January 31, 1865 



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BATTERY E 

CAPTAIN 

William J. Patterson Appointed September 14, 1864 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Obadiah C. French Appointed March 1, 1865 

James J. Atkinson June 27, 1865 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Bernard Dunnegan Appointed June 27, 1865 

Warren S. Hilton " . June 27, 1865 

CASUALTIES 

Resigned (5) 

Capt. Henry C. Lloyd January 31, 1864 

" Henry C. Kelly January 12, 1865 

First Lieut. Mason B. Austin January 12, 1865 

James B. Carpenter January 12, 1865 

Second Lieut. Jeremiah H. Crane April 24, 1865 

Died (2) 

First Lieut. Samuel B. Adams, February 8, 1864, at Nashville, Ten- 
nessee. 

First Lieut. James M. Regan, June 19, 1865, at Knoxville, Ten- 
nessee. 



INFANTRY 

FIRST REGIMENT 

(Battalion of) 

(This regiment was organized at Williamsburg, Bar- 
boursville and Camp Dick Robinson, Kentucky, in August 
and September, 1861. The original members (except vet- 
erans) were mustered out September 17, 1864, by reason 
of the expiration of the term of service, and the veterans 
and recruits consolidated into a battalion of two companies 
and retained in service until August 8, 1865, when it was 
mustered out, in accordance with orders from the War De- 
partment. ) 

CAPTAINS 
FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Wiley M. Christian Appointed August 7, 1863 

William J. Hartley " December 1, 1863 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

CASUALTIES 

Promoted (15) 

Lieut. -Col. James G. Spears. February 27, 1862. to Brigadier-General. 

Maj. James T. Shelley, February 27, 1862, to Colonel 5th regiment 
Tennessee infantry. 

Capt. John C. Chiles, March 16, 1862, to Lieutenant-Colonel 3d regi- 
ment Tennessee infantry. 

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Capt. Joseph A. Cooper, March 24, 1862, to Colonel 6th regiment 
Tennessee infantry. 

Capt. William R. Macbeth, August 1, 1862, to Major 2d regiment 
Tennessee cavalry. 

Capt. Isham Young, May 12, 1863, to Lieutenant-Colonel 8th regi- 
ment Tennessee infantry. 

Capt. Alexander D. Rhea, October 12, 1863, to Major nth regiment 
Tennessee cavalry. 

First Lieut. Leonidas C. Houk, R. Q. M., January 15, 1862, to Colonel 
3d regiment Tennessee infantry. 

First Lieut. Alfred N. Ragle, March 9, 1862, to Captain 5th regi- 
ment Tennessee infantry. 

First Lieut. Edward Maynard, Adjutant, March 15, 1862, to Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel 6th regiment Tennessee infantry. 

Second Lieut. James R. McBath, March 13, 1862, to Captain 3d 
regiment East Tennessee volunteers. 

Surgeon Robert L. Stanford, November 2, 1861, to Surgeon U. S. 
volunteers. 

Assistant Surgeon William A. Rodgers, April 1, 1862, to Surgeon 
3d regiment Tennessee infantry. 

Assistant Surgeon Edward M. Norwood, June 12, 1864, to Surgeon 
4th regiment Tennessee infantry. 

Resigned (22) 

Capt. George Littleton April 

" Lewis M. Webster November 13 

" Charles T. Dunkin January 

(Recommissioned First Lieutenant January 14, 1863.) 

" Vincent Myers February 

" Spencer J. Tedder March 

" John M. Sawyers April 

First Lieut. John M. Smithson January 

" Lewis Mozier January 

" John H. Ghonnoly January 

" Thomas J. Littleton March 

" John York April 

" " James R. Goin May 

" " Alexander Tuck August 

" Pharaoh C. Everett August 

Second Lieut. James D. McLelland January 

William Howard January 

" Jackson West April 

" Edmund Witt April 

" Mashack Stephens August 

" John Heatherly February 

" " John M. Wester October 

Chaplain Samuel M. Williams January 

Mustered out on expiration of term of service (23) 

Col. Robert K. Byrd September 17, 1864 

Maj. Benjamin F. Taylor September 17, 1864 



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Capt. William Madden September 17, 

Alfred C. Aytse September 17, 

James W. Branson September 17, 

Ephraim Langley September 17, 

John T. Chiles September 17, 

Jesse M. Littleton September 17, 

William J. C. Crandall September 17, 

First Lieut. John F. Phillips September 17, 

" John T. Maupin September 17, 

Jacob Sharp September 17, 

" Jacob C. O wings September 17, 

" Charles T. Dunkin September 17, 

" George W. Littleton September 17, 

" William A. Goldston September 17, 

Second Lieut. James W. Blain September 17, 

Canada H. Rogers September 17, 

" Walter B. Dalton September 17, 

Thomas Hedgecock September 17, 

Yocum C. Bush September 17, 

Romulus Bonham September 17, 

Surgeon Carr W. McMillan September 17, 



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Discharged (14) 

Lieut.-Col. John Ellis November 29, 1864 

Capt. Julius Aytse November 29, 1864 

" John W. Magill January 5, 1865 

Thomas J. Rogers February 1, 1865 

First Lieut. William F. Fleming March 14, 1862 

John E. Hulson June 5, 1862 

Edward W. Currier July 31, 1862 

Henry Crumbliss, Adj't November 29, 1864 

James S. Byrd, R. Q. M November 29. 1864 

Second Lieut. Isaac Farmer February 4, 1865 

Lindsey Cooper February 28, 1865 

" Edward W. Robbs March 7, 1865 

" " Alfred McPheeters March 18,1865 

Assistant Surgeon Benjamin F. Davidson November 29, 1864 

Died (2) 

Lieut.-Col. Milton L. Phillips, December 25, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Thomas Pierce, January 17, 1863, at Murfreesboro, 
Tennessee. 

Dismissed (4) 

Capt. James A. Doughty December 18, 1862 

First Lieut. Samuel H. Holt December 18, 1862 

Thomas T. Wilson December 18, 1862 

Second Lieut. William R. Hutson December 18, 1862 



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FIRST MOUNTED REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Nashville and Carthage, 
Tennessee, from December, 1863, to November, 1864, to 
serve one year. It was mustered out by companies, at dif- 
ferent dates, from December 13, 1864, to July 22, 1865, by 
reason of expiration of term of service.) 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Abraham E. Garrett Appointed March 18, 1864 

MAJOR 

Francis M. McKee Appointed August 19, 1864 

CAPTAINS 

James S. Bonham Appointed December 31, 1863 

Rufus Dowdy 

Edmond D. Pennington 

Bennett J. Cooper 

Prettyman Jones 

William J. Cleveland , 

Wade Jones 

Samuel McCaleb 

George W. Massey 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Richard B. Freeman Appointed December 31, 1863 

Luke P. Gillem, R. Q. M January 21, 1864 

Aaron B. McCrary January 21, 1864 

Lemuel B. Wright February 20, 1864 

James A. Payne March 12, 1864 

Levi N. Woodside March 21, 1864 

Liberty P. Murlin, Adj't " March 24, 1864 

Elijah Garrett April 1, 1864 

George W. Clements April 8, 1864 

Alfred M. Jones " October 15, 1864 

Louis N. Payne December 8, 1864 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Goldman G. Meader Appointed December 31, 1863 

William J. Narrod " February 20, 1864 

Samuel C. Parker March 12, 1864 



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August 


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October 


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December 


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January 


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William J. Conkin Appointed April 8, 1864 

Elijah J. Bratton December 5, 1864 

James M. Johnson January 9, 1865 

Mitchell A. Dickens, a.w.m. 
William Garner, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 

Charles C. Shayer Appointed April 8, 1864 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

Christopher C. Clements Appointed April 16, 1864 

CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Promoted (1) 

Second Lieut. Mackdoo Vanatta, October 25, 1864, to First Lieu- 
tenant 4th regiment Tennessee mounted infantry. 

Resigned (4) 

Capt. Francis M. Anderson June 30, 1864 

" Andrew J. Garrison May II, 1865 

First Lieut. James E. McKinney May 1, 1865 

Second Lieut. David L McCaleb June 13, 1865 

Discharged (1) 
Second Lieut. John M. Craig .March 1 1, 1865 

SECOND REGIMENT 

(Battalion of) 

(This regiment was organized at Somerset, Kentucky, 
September 28, 1 861, to serve three years. On the expiration 
of its term of service the original members (except the 
veterans) were mustered out, and the veterans and recruits 
consolidated into a battalion, which was mustered out Au- 
gust 3, 1865, in accordance with orders from the War De- 
partment.) 



MAJOR 



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CAPTAINS 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Elisha Harbour Appointed April 13, 1863 

John W. Mathes, a.w.m. 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 



CASUALTIES 

Promoted (1) 

Second Lieut. John W. Gaudin, November 1, 1863, to First Lieutenant 
and R. Q. M., nth regiment Tennessee cavalry. 

Resigned (31) 

Col. James P. T. Carter May 2, 1864 

Lieut.-Col. D. C. Trewhitt March 14, 1862 

" John W. Bowman October 17,1862 

Maj. Eli M. Cleveland February 22, 1862 

Capt. John Boles October 15, 1861 

" Joel Dotson February 22, 1862 

" Thomas J. Mathews June 5. 1862 

" A.H.Cross August 7,1862 

" Samuel S. Ryan October 17, 1862 

" William C. Cams March 12,1865 

First Lieut. Abner H. Rogers October — , 1861 

" Robert C. Swan December 26, 1861 

P.C.Wallace January 8,1862 

" William H. Bean June 19,1862 

" Thomas J. Tipton December 24, 1862 

" E. S. Lineberg May 29, 1863 

" John C. Selvidge June 23,1863 

" J. P. Galbraith, Adj't February 13, 1864 

" " David P. Willcox June 20,1864 

" Robert J. Allen March 3.1865 

Second Lieut. Riley Chambers December 26, 1861 

James H. Knight June 5, 1862 

William R. Tracy June 10, 1862 

Elijah Rogers October 15, 1862 

James W. Lowe November 24, 1862 

Pryor L. Mason November 24, 1862 

James A. Bird April 13, 1863 

Parnick Adkins March 3, 1865 



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Surgeon Andrew Neat October 17, 1862 

Assistant Surgeon F. C. Leber October 17, 1862 

Chaplain William P. Lowery July 16, 1863 

Mustered out on expiration of term of service (26) 

Lieut-Col. James W. Melton October 8, 1864 

Maj. D. A. Carpenter October 8, 1864 

Capt. Evan B. Jones October 12, 1864 

" M. R. Millsaps October 15, 1864 

" W. H. H. Robins November 26, 1864 

" S. C. Honeycutt December 24, 1864 

" William M. Murray March 9,1865 

" Amos Marney March 15, 1865 

" Andrew P. Senter March 15, 1865 

" J. D. Underdown April 5, 1865 

First Lieut. W. Eastridge October 6, 1864 

" James M. Dorton October 6, 1864 

" Emanuel Willhoit October 6, 1864 

" Thomas J. Bowman October 6, 1864 

" George W. Keith, R. Q. M October 8, 1864 

" James McDonald December 6, 1864 

" G. W. Underdown December 15, 1864 

" Robert Huey January 14, 1865 

Second Lieut. William P. Hodges November 26, 1864 

" C. W. Catlett December 29, 1864 

" Doctor F. Kittrell December 29, 1864 

" Kindred B. Jones March 17, 1865 

" William H. Crawford March 18, 1865 

Surgeon John Shrady October 8, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon J. P. White October 8, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon J. A. J. Larey October 8, 1864 

Discharged (4) 

Capt. David Fry March 21, 1865 

First Lieut. James O. Berry May 15, 1862 

Doctor T. Moore March 21,1865 

Second Lieut. William W. Weaver July 15, 1862 

Died (7) 

Capt. William H. Cowan, April 12, 1862. 

Capt. Elihu E. Jones, May 21, 1862, of disease. 

Capt. John L. Sneed, February 14, 1863, of wounds received in 
action at Stone River, Tennessee. 

Capt. Francis M. Skaggs, May 19, 1863, of disease. 

First Lieut. Abraham Meyrs, March 25, 1862, of wounds received in 
action at Big Creek Gap, Tennessee. 

Second Lieut. John Brown, February 13, 1863. 

Second Lieut. Charles O. McBee, killed in action at Bluntsville, Ten- 
nessee, October 14, 1863. 



Roster of the Volunteer Force 177 

Missing (i) 
Second Lieut. Ezra H. Duncan, since November 6, 1863. 

SECOND MOUNTED REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Nashville, Clifton and 
Franklin, Tennessee, from October 2, 1863, to April 10, 
1864, to serve one year. It was mustered out by detach- 
ments at different dates from October 14, 1864, to June 
27, 1865, by reason of expiration of term of service.) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Owen Haney Appointed July 1, 1864 

MAJOR 

James H. Dickerson Appointed July I, 1864 

CAPTAINS 

Thomas J. Cypert Appointed October 2, 1863 

John W. Taylor February 20, 1864 

William A. Garner " March 8,1864 

Joel W. Chambers March 22, 1864 

George E. Huckaba " March 30, 1864 

Andrew J. Roberts " April 10,1864 

Charles W. Shipman " July 1, 1864 

Andrew B. Hampton July 1, 1864 

Robert A. Guthrie " September 16, 1864 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

T. J. Murphy, R. Q. M Appointed January 1, 1 

Cornelius C. Brewer 

James C. Bennett 

Philip Howard 

James M. Moore 

William R. Roberts 

Milo R. Harris, Adj't 

George W. Brewer 

Elihu D. McGlamery, a.w.m. 
Alfred Kelly, a.w.m. 
James H. Glasgow, a.w.m. 



March 22, 1864 

April 10, 1864 

July 1, 1864 

July 1, 1864 

July 1, 1864 

September 15, 1864 

October 16, 1864 



178 Tennessee in the War 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Elias Thrasher Appointed October 15, 1863 

Lewis Hardy March 8, 1864 

John B. Gault " March 22, 1864 

James A. Thompson April 6, 1864 

Alfred S. Cotham April 10, 1864 

James J. Bramley April 12, 1864 

William H. Ward June 20, 1864 

William J. Cody, a.w.m. 

Christ. A. E. T. Strebling, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 

Louis C. Fouts Appointed June 14, 1864 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

Lorenzo D. Hogle Appointed March I, 1864 

CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Resigned (2) 

Capt. William Harrison November 13, 1863 

First Lieut. Nathaniel Y. Brown, Adj't August 27, 1864 

Discharged (2) 

Col. John Murphy January 19, 1865 

Assistant Surgeon Jonathan Ellis January 19, 1865 

Died (6) 

Capt. Samuel H. Martin, August 10, 1864, of disease. 

Capt. Henry D. Hamm, killed in action at Clifton, Tennessee, Au- 
gust 31, 1864. 

First Lieut. William W. Hardy, killed in action in Henry County, 
Tennessee, March 21, 1864. 

First Lieut. John M. Jadd, October 15, 1864, of disease. 

Second Lieut. John F. Barnett, killed in action near Centerville, Sep- 
tember, 1864. 

Surgeon Aaron J. Irwin, May 8, 1864, of disease. 

THIRD REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized in the State of Tennessee 
from February 6 to March 16, 1862, to serve three years. 
It was mustered out February 23, 1865, by reason of ex- 
piration of term of service.) 

COLONEL 

William Cross Appointed June 25, 1863 



Roster of the Volunteer Force 1 79 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

William M. Sawyer Appointed August 25, 1863 

MAJOR 

Rhadamanthus H. Dunn Appointed November 1, 1863 

CAPTAINS 

James C. Roberts Appointed July 31, 1862 

John H. Cross October 20, 1862 

Benjamin I. Bingham November 1, 1863 

W. L. Ledgerwood November I, 1863 

John O. Keefe, a.w.m. 
John C. Slover, a.w.m. 
James L. Ledgerwood, a.w.m. 
Henry G. Hodges, a.w.m. 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Samuel Black Appointed October 20, 1862 

John B. Welsh ■ November 26, 1862 

Jasper P. Buckellew " August 9, 1863 

Edward C. Roberts August 23, 1863 

Samuel H. Armstrong November 1, 1863 

John N. Ellis November 1,1863 

Wm. H. Roberts, Adj't " May 16, 1864 

John D. Lewis, R. Q. M., a.w.m. 
William C. Robinson, a.w.m. 
James Clapp, a.w m. 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Samuel H. Gault Appointed November 1, 1863 

Santleger King, a.w.m. 
Francis M. Hoskins, a.w.m. 
Carrick Rutherford, a.w.m. 
Larken B. Gamble, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 

Thomas Haughey Appointed September 8, 1864 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 



CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Promoted (2) 

Capt. George W. Hutsell, July 22, 1862, to Major 2d regiment Ten- 
nessee cavalry. 

First Lieut. Daniel M. Ray, Adjutant, August 6, 1862, to Lieutenant- 
Colonel 2d regiment Tennessee cavalry. 



80 Tennessee in the War 



Resigned (14) 

Col. Leonidas C. Houk April 3, 1863 

Lieut.-Col. John C. Chiles April 6,1863 

Capt. James W. Adkisson July 31, 1862 

" James R. McBath October 18,1862 

" Eli D. Willis March 17, 1863 

" Thomas McNish September 6, 1864 

First Lieut. James N. Ray October 20, 1862 

William J. Scott, Adj't ,.. March 29, 1864 

Second Lieut. William W. Adkisson July 31, 1862 

" Barton R. Baker —,1863 

" John C. Bayless July 21, 1864 

Surgeon William A. Rodgers July 10, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon John P. Blankenship April 24, 1863 

Chaplain William T. Dowell November 20, 1862 

Died (3) 

Capt. William C. Haworth, killed in action at Resaca, Georgia, May 
14, 1864. 

First Lieut. Alfred Cross, May 28, 1864, of wounds received in action 
at Resaca, Georgia. 

Second Lieut. William L. Meredith, killed in action at Resaca, 
Georgia, May 14, 1864. 

Dismissed (3) 

First Lieut. Madison H. Peck August 19, 1862 

" James T. Saffell June 18,1863 

Chaplain William P. Lowery June 18, 1863 



THIRD MOUNTED REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Loudon, Strawberry- 
Plains and Knoxville, East Tennessee, in July, August and 
September, 1864, to serve one hundred days. It was mus- 
tered out November 30, 1864, by reason of expiration of 
term of service.) 

COLONEL 
LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Joseph Devine Appointed August 8, 1864 



Roster of the Volunteer Force 1 8 1 

MAJOR 

James L. Carter Appointed September 29, 1864 

CAPTAINS 

Robert C. Carter Appointed July 1, 1864 

Benson M. Bailey July 1, 1864 

Timothy Lyons August 5, 1864 

Joseph M. Greer August 11, 1864 

Enoch Voyles October 1, 1864 

William Milligan, a.w.m. 
Joseph C. Gray, a.w.m. 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

James Britton Appointed July 1, 1864 

Valentine Keele " July 1, 1864 

Charles W. Anthony August 5, 1864 

Andrew C. Dean August 5, 1864 

John C. Edmonson " August 1 1, 1864 

George B. Green, Adj't September 19, 1864 

James Morrow " October 1, 1864 

Dwight V. Culver, a.w.m. 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Daniel Simpson Appointed July 1, 1864 

James Tunnell " July 1, 1864 

John D. Alexander " August 12, 1864 

John Bowers " October 1, 1864 

Calvin Harrison, a.w.m. 



SURGEON 



ASSISTANT SURGEON 



CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Died (1) 
Capt. James L. J. Pearson, October 22, 1864, of wounds. 

Deserted (1) 
Second Lieut. James M. Giles, October 26, 1864. 



i 82 Tennessee in the War 



FOURTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment, composed of eight companies, was or- 
ganized as follows: Seven companies from November 15, 
1 86 1, to June 10, 1863, to serve three years, and one com- 
pany from May 7, 1864, to March 2, 1865, to serve one 
and three years. It was mustered out of service August 2, 
1865, in accordance with orders from the War Depart- 
ment. ) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Thomas H. Reeves Appointed June 5, 1865 

MAJOR 

Gaines Lawson Appointed June 5, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

Levi Pickering Appointed April 29, 186.3 

Joseph W. Chockley April 17,1864 

Newton J. Hacker " May 23, 1864 

William C. Allen " July 13,1864 

John Harold " October 14, 1864 

George W. Holtsinger February 19, 1865 

Richard S. Lane June 6, 1865 

John A. Wagoner June 6, 1865 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Charles W. Piper Appointed May 23, 1864 

Joseph A. February October 12, 1864 

Elijah K. Brown October 13, 1864 

Ferdinand S. Singletery October 27, 1864 

Alexander B. Wilson February 19, 1865 

Isaac A. Armitage June 6, 1865 

William P. Jones June 6, 1865 

Landon H. P. Lusk June 24, 1865 



Roster of the Volunteer Force 183 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Robert E. Sweeney Appointed May 29, 1863 

John W. Bowering October 12, 1864 

Abner J. Frazier October 12, 1864 

John P. Smith October 29, 1864 

John T. Pearce June 6, 1865 

Thomas S. Mercer June 24, 1865 

Robert M. Dobson, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 

Edward M. Norwood Appointed June 12,1864 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 



CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Promoted (1) 

Second Lieut. David Rush, June 5, 1864, to Captain 8th regiment 
Tennessee cavalry. 

Resigned (19) 

Col. Daniel Stover August 10, 1864 

Lieut. -Col. Michael L. Patterson March 12, 1865 

Capt. Robert C. Carter April 30, 1864 

" Thomas Davis May 13, 1864 

" James L. Carter May 16, 1864 

" James J. R. Boyd June 7, 1864 

First Lieut. John Murphy, Adj't May 12, 1864 

" William R. Munday July 27, 1864 

" Tarlton A. Middleton September 27, 1864 

" Russell B. Carter December 28, 1864 

" John W. Hines, Adj't April 24, 1865 

" Lewis F. Self, R. Q. M May 29,1865 

" John W. Tipton June 6,1865 

Second Lieut. Green Click May 27, 1864 

" James H. Masoner July 12, 1864 

" Nathan M. Good July 27, 1864 

" Gustavus A. Winslow.... January 20, 1865 

Surgeon Robert J. Farquharson March 10, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon William Cavener June 6, 1865 

Discharged (4) 

Lieut.-Col. James W. M. Grayson September 9, 1863 

First Lieut. Landon Carter February 27, 1864 

Bird W. Brown June 19, 1864 

Second Lieut. Samuel H. Baxter September 9, 1863 

Assistant Surgeon Alexander B. Tadlock December 18, 1863 



184 Tennessee in the War 



Died (1) 

Capt. Samuel West, killed by the enemy at his home in Washington 
County, Tennessee, January 7, 1864. 

Dismissed (2) 

First Lieut. Joseph A. Farnsworth September 19, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon Matthew T. Locke April 11, 1864 



FOURTH REGIMENT 

(Mounted) 

(This regiment, with the exception of Company B, was 
organized at Nashville, Carthage, Livingston, Alexandria, 
Shelbyville, Pulaski and Liberty, Tennessee, from Septem- 
ber 1, 1864, to April 22, 1865, to serve one year. Com- 
pany B was organized at Memphis, Tennessee, as a detach- 
ment of Union Guards, from January 1 to April 14, 1864, 
to serve one year. It was mustered out of service June 1, 
1865. The remaining companies were mustered out August 
25, 1865, in accordance with orders from the War Depart- 
ment. ) 

COLONEL 
LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Joseph H. Blackburn Appointed November 26, 1864 

MAJOR 

Thomas Waters Appointed February 7, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

Morton E. Quinn Appointed October 27, li 



William L. Hathaway. 
Mackdoo Vanatta. 
Andrew C. Card. 
James P. Paty. . . 
John Simpson. . . . 
Rufus Dowdy. . . . 
George W. Gray. 



October 29, 1864 
December 11, 1864 
January 10, 1865 



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May 


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FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

James H. Blackburn Appointed October 27, 1864 

James H. White " October 29,1864 

William J. Stokes, Adj't " December 8,1864 

Mercelos C. Vick , " December II, 1864 

William B. Overcast " January 10, 1865 

Henry C. Sanders " February 1,1865 

Smith B. Whitlock " February 4,1865 

John T. Thompson " February 4, 1865 

Hartwell I. Smellage " February 28, 1865 

Charles W. Meeker " June 28, 1865 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Thomas G. Bratten Appointed October 27, 1864 

Elijah Robinson " October 29, 1864 

James Williams " December 9,1864 

Robert Wiley " January 11, 1865 

James H. Kitching " February 2, 1865 

Thomas H. Berry " February 2,1865 

William H. Willhite " April 24,1865 

Calvin M. Pitts " June 30, 1865 

Andrew J. Miller " . July 3,1865 

SURGEON 

Christopher C. Clements Appointed March 23, 1865 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

Sampson Knight Appointed March 1, 1865 

CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Resigned (2) 

Capt. James Wartham April 27, 1865 

Second Lieut. William S. Smith June 10, 1865 

Died (3) 

Capt. George Oakley, July — , 1865, of disease. 
First Lieut. James Oakley, February 4, 1865, of wounds. 
First Lieut. William McDowell, lost off the steamer Sultana, April 
27, 1865. ' 



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FIFTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Barboursville, Ken- 
tucky, and Harrison, Tennessee, in February and March, 
1862, to serve three years. It was mustered out by com- 
panies at different dates from March 29 to June 30, 1865, 
by reason of expiration of term of service.) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 



MAJOR 

David G. Bowers Appointed July 

CAPTAINS 

David C. Sparks Appointed March 

Edward F. Wiley March 

James L. Dungan May 

James R. Thompson June 

Frederick D. Fulkerson September 

Samuel P. Evans July 

Max H. Andrea July 

William B. Pearson December 

Samuel S. Cobb " May 

Alfred N. Ragle, a.w.m. 



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4, 1863 

14, 1863 

2, 1863 

6, 1863 

1, 1863 

23, 1864 

25, 1864 

8, 1864 

27, 1865 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Ashley L. Spears, Adj't Appointed March 28, 1862 

William A. Bacon " March 14.1863 

Thomas W. Cooper " May 7. 1863 

William T. Lowery " June 6,1863 

Thomas W. Denny July 25, 1864 

John W. Clouse " December 30, 1864 

Gilbert T. Tipton " May 27,1865 

John T. Carpenter " May 27, 1865 

William R. Prest, a.w.m. 
William Whitlock, a.w.m. 
Robert Crudgington, a.w.m. 



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SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

David C. Kelsay Appointed March 4, 1863 

John R. Holmes ( J une I0 - gg 

William M. Magill J un f r °» J*g 

William B. Sowards September 8, 1864 

S. D. Billue Ma y 2 ?' l865 

Thomas K. Elliot, a.w.m. 
Benjamin F. Roberts, a.w.m. 
Thomas Miller, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 

Albert T. Lea Appointed June 22, 1864 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 



CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Transferred (1) 
Capt. R. Clay Crawford, June 6, 1863, to 1st battalion Tennessee 
light artillery. 

Resigned (19) 

Col. James T. Shelley \fV ™> ;j*>4 

Lieut.-Col. Fremortin Young March 3, i»»3 

" Charles C. McCaleb August 7. 1864 

Maj. Joseph D. Turner February 22, 1864 

Capt. Jacob S. Haglen August 3, 1862 

" Daniel T. Peteman & bru t ary 9 ' vJ 

" John N. Haggard March 14, 1863 

" Monroe Masterson April 0, 18O3 

" Willis E. Hedgecock May 2, 1863 

" Judge R. Clingan Apr, 22, 1864 

First Lieut. Gilbert W. Dearing April 24, 1863 

" Joseph Kollock May 7, 1863 

" Jesse S. Ragou December 20, 1863 

" John J. Lane, R. Q. M June 29,1864 

" James J. Kelly October 14.1864 

Second Lieut. William S. Littleton May 30, 1863 

" William H. Crowder January 17, 1804 

Surgeon George W. McMillon April 27, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon John C. Everett July 18, 1864 

Discharged (3) 

Lieut.-Col. Nat Witt May 15. 1865 

First Lieut. John C. Gamble, R. Q. M May 15, 1865 

" William N. B. Jones May 20,1865 



i 88 Tennessee in the War 



Died (2) 

Capi. Thomas J. Daughtrey, killed in action at Resaca, Georgia, May 
14, 1864. 
Capt. Jacob Ziegler, February 6, 1865. 



FIFTH MOUNTED REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Cleveland, Nashville, 
Calhoun and Chattanooga, Tennessee, from September 23, 
1864, to February 1, 1865, to serve one year. It was mus- 
tered out of service by companies at different dates from 
July 12 to 17, 1865, in accordance w'th orders from the 
War Department.) 

COLONEL 

Spencer P. Boyd Appointed February 1, 1865 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Stephen Beard Appointed February 15, 1865 

MAJOR 

James S. Bradford Appointed April 10, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

Thomas Rains Appointed September 23, 1864 

Van Stewart September 23, 1864 

Joseph W. Gibson " October 8, 1864 

Charles A. Pickens November 24, 1864 

James A. Davison January 8, 1865 

William A. Twiggs February 1, 1865 

William L. Webster February 1, 1865 

Martin V. Wood February 1, 1865 

John T. Dearmond June 3, 1865 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Charles K. Stewart Appointed September 23, 1864 

William R. Davis, R. Q. M " September 23, 1864 

James D. Porter " October 8, 1864 

Isaac B. Newton " October 11, 1864 

William S. Hunter " October 11,1864 

Thomas N. Epperson November 24, 1864 

T. R. Wyatt " November 24, 1864 

Thomas Sitton January 8, 1865 

Robert P. Woody " February 1, 1865 

William Lillard February 1, 1865 

Columbus C. Ghrist February 2, 1865 

L. Forkner, Adj't " May 27, 1865 



Roster of the Volunteer Force 189 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Henry Rice Appointed October 20, 1864 

James T. Bradford November 24, 1864 

Alvin J. Irons February 1, 1865 

Siloam Goode February 1, 1865 

Nathan P. Long February 2, 1865 

Hamilton Peirce February 19, 1865 

Jeremiah M. Johnson June 3, 1865 

William H. Branum June 5, 1865 

SURGEON 

George W. Remage Appointed February 14, 1865 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

John A. Parkinson Appointed February 24, 1865 

CHAPLAIN 

Lorenzo D. Tipton Appointed March r, 1865 

CASUALTIES 

Resigned (7) 

Capt. Salaman S. Burke April 7, 1865 

" Poloski W. Norwood May 1 1, 1865 

First Lieut. John K. Beckner, Adj't February 23, 1865 

Second Lieut. James L. Sullivan May 1 1, 1865 

" William C. Kirby May 15,1865 

" William G. Jones May 25, 1865 

Assistant Surgeon George C. Smith May 24, 1865 



SIXTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Boston and Williams- 
burg, Kentucky, and in Knox County, Tennessee, from 
April 18 to May 18, 1862, to serve three years. It was 
mustered out by companies at different dates from April 
27 to May 17, 1865, by reason of expiration of term of 
service.) 

COLONEL 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

Edward Maynard Appointed April 22,, 1862 

MAJOR 

A. Marion Gamble, a.w.m. 



190 Tennessee in the War 



CAPTAINS 

Archable Myers Appointed March 10, 1862 

Marcus D. Bearden April 23, 1862 

James M. Armstrong May 17, 1864 

Adam T. Cottrell " October 1, 1864 

Thomas D. Edington, a.w.m. 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

John H. Claiborn Appointed March 10, 1862 

Henry H. Wiley, R. Q. M " March 22, 1862 

Arthur E. Murphy May 18, 1862 

Thomas A. Smith May 17, 1864 

George L. Maloney October 1, 1864 

James L. Turner October I, 1864 

William Rule, Adj't, a.w.m. 
Volney F. Gossett, a.w.m. 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

James W. Ventis Appointed March 10, 1862 

William D. Atchley March 17, 1864 

Hardie R. Brown June 15, 1864 

Ferritt B. Nickle " October 1, 1864 

James H. Berry November 17, 1864 

William W. Dunn, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 

Ayres Maupin Appointed April 1, 1862 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

John Mills Appointed August 17, 1863 

CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Promoted (1) 
Col. Joseph A. Cooper, July 30, 1864, to Brigadier-General. 

Resigned (12) 

Maj. William C. Pickens August 22, 1862 

Capt. Rufus M. Bennett March 1, 1863 

Francis H. Bounds October 7, 1863 

William Ausmus September 16, 1864 

" Alfred M. Cate September 16, 1864 

First Lieut. John P. Barger July 28, 1862 

Samuel L. Gilson April 6, 1863 

Drury W. Parker, Adj't November 15, 1863 

James H. Coleman July 28, 1864 

Second Lieut. Elbert K. Good January 15, 1864 

Thomas W. Parham August 17, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon Richard Walker June 15, 1863 



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Discharged (2) 

Second Lieut. Joseph A. E. Blang September 28, 1864 

Chaplain John Spears February 9, 1863 

Died (2) 

Capt. Spencer Deaton, executed at Richmond, Virginia, February 19, 
1864. 
Capt. William L. Lea, August 9, 1864 

Dismissed (1) 
First Lieut. Isom L. Meyers, May 1, 1865. 



SIXTH MOUNTED REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Chattanooga, Tennes- 
see, from August 20 to October 23, 1864, to serve one year. 
It was mustered out of service June 30, 1865, in accordance 
with orders from the War Department. ) 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

George A. Gowin Appointed October 26, 1864 

MAJOR 

William H. Bean Appointed March 2, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

William Pryor Appointed October 26, 1864 

Daniel McWilliams " October 26, 1864 

George W. Heard " October 26, 1864 

William Hughes " October 26, 1864 

William F. Morgan " May 2,1865 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

William Rogers, R. Q. M Appointed October 26, 1 

William B. Gothard 

Allen L. Kelley 

David McWilliams 

Peter Brown 

Andrew M. Payne 

George W. Hixson 

Timothy S. Hixson 



October 26, 1864 

October 26, 1864 

October 26, 1864 

October 26, 1864 

February 20, 1865 



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March 2, 1865 



192 Tennessee in the War 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Bird Thomas Appoi 

George O. Monroe 



David Ridge. 
Daniel A. Bowman. 
Franklin Johnson. . . 
Glass W. Varnell. . 



nted October 26, 1864 

October 26, 1864 

October 26, 1864 

October 26, 1864 

October 26, 1864 

March 1, 1865 



ASSISTANT SURGEON 

James Nat Lyle Appointed January 17, 1865 

CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Resigned (3) 

Capt. John P. Walker April 15, 1865 

Absalom Selcer June 10, 1865 

First Lieut. Eli T. Sawyer, Adj't May 22, 1865 



SEVENTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized in the State of Tennessee 
at large from August 10, 1861, to June 1, 1863, to serve 
three years. The officers were mustered out of service, and 
the enlisted men transferred to other regiments, July 31, 
1863, in accordance with orders from the War Depart- 
ment. ) 

COLONEL 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

MAJOR 

CAPTAINS 

William H. Huff Appointed December 31, 1862 

John Morgan, a.w.m. 
James Wilson, a.w.m. 



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FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Preston Huff Appointed December 31, 1862 

Jason J. Palmer, R. Q. M May 19, 1863 

Clement H. Saffell, Adj't, a.w.m. 
James T. Harris, a.w.m. 
Asa Newport, a.w.m. 
John Newport, a.w.m. 
Asbury B. Conner, a.w.m. 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Andrew J. Huff Appointed December 31, 1862 

William H. Williams, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 



ASSISTANT SURGEON 



CHAPLAIN 
CASUALTIES 

Discharged (3) 

Col. William Cleft December 13, 1862 

Lieut. -Col. Alexander Hazeland May 1, 1863 

Second Lieut. Thomas Looper March 24, 1863 

Died (2) 

Maj. James S. Duncan, , 1863. 

Capt. William Robbins, April 16, 1863, of disease at Lexington, Ken- 
tucky. 

Deserted (1) 
First Lieut. John T. James, R. Q. M., November 14, 1862. 

SEVENTH MOUNTED REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Athens and Nashville, 
Tennessee, from August, 1864, to March, 1865, to serve 
one year. It was mustered out of service, July 27, 1865, in 
accordance with orders from the War Department.) 



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Tennessee in the War 



COLONEL 

James T. Shelley, a.w.m. 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

James J. Dail Appointed January I, 1865 

MAJOR 

Oliver M. Dodson Appointed April 22, 1865 

CAPTAINS 

William C. Burnett Appointed November 21, 1864 

William A. Cockran November 22, 1864 

James Howe November 22, 1864 

James H. Galbraith January 1, 1865 

Thomas P. Duggan January 1,1865 

Charles W. Cross " January 1,1865 

Samuel W. Tindell " March 4, 1865 

Jonathan E. Wood March 18,1865 

Louis Collins " April 18, 1865 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

William Lasater Appointed October 20, 1864 

George W. Ross, R. Q. M October 24, 1864 

William L. McGaughey November 22, 1864 

Martin L. Cook November 22, 1864 

David C. Duggan December 16, 1864 

Thomas L. B. Huddleston January 1, 1865 

Brittain Cross January 1, 1865 

George W. Biddinger " March 18,1865 

Samuel Swafford " April 18,1865 

James R. Gettys, Adj't May 6, 1865 

Andrew M. McBath " May 10, 1865 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Josiah D. Moore Appointed November 21, 1864 

William S. Littleton November 21, 1864 

William A. Duggan November 22, 1864 

Stakley D Whitton " January 1, 1865 

William H. C. Thompson " February 24, 1865 

William F. Crippen " March 1,1865 

Creed N. Welch " March 23, 1865 

William J. Raines April 18, 1865 

Nathaniel Irwin May 10, 1865 

SURGEON 



Enoch Collins. 



ASSISTANT SURGEON 

Appointed February 



2, 1865 



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CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 



EIGHTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized as follows : Companies A, 
B, C and D, at Camp Dick Robinson, Kentucky, May 15, 
1865, to date from day of enrolment, November 11, 1861, 
to April 14, 1863; Companies E and G at Camp Nelson, 
Kentucky, June 30, 1863, to date from day of enrolment, 
March 1 to May 24, 1863; Companies H and K at Camp 
Nelson, August 11, 1863; Company I at Camp Dick Robin- 
son, May 15, 1863, to date from day of enrolment, June 30 
and August 11, 1863, to serve three years. It was mustered 
out of service June 30, 1865, in accordance with orders from 
the War Department.) 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

George De La Vergne Appointed November i, 1863 

MAJOR 
CAPTAINS 

James W. Berry Appointed June 25, 1863 

John A. Bowers November 1, 1863 

Thomas Bible " December 3,1863 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

S. S. McFadden, R. Q. M Appointed November 4, 1862 

George W. Douglas January 25, 1863 

Lemuel Bible " March 28,1863 

Robert H. McPherson " May 15, 1863 

Jeremiah T. C. McCaleb " November 1, 1863 



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SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

John Walker Appointed November 1, 1863 

William Harned December 10, 1863 

James Brooks January 1, 1864 

SURGEON 

Joseph Sparks, a.w.m. 

ASSISTANT SURGEON 

Jesse Snodgrass, a.w.m. 

CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

Promoted (2) 

Lieut.-Col. I sham Young, September 25, 1863, to Colonel nth regi- 
ment Tennessee cavalry. 

First Lieut. Horace H. Thomas, Adjutant, November 12, 1863; to 
Captain and A. A. G. 

Resigned (17) 

Col. Felix A. Reeve July 12, 1864 

Capt. William S. Bewley November 12, 1863 

" James H. Kinser December 9, 1863 

" Alfred Couch June 20, 1864 

" William C. Shelter July 9, 1864 

" Robert A. Ragan September 17, 1864 

First Lieut. William L. Worthington October 17, 1863 

William Moor October 26, 1863 

" " David A. Green January 12, 1865 

Alexander Ragan May 18,1865 

Second Lieut. John Hale October 15, 1863 

" David Hill October 25, 1863 

" James Hooper October 26, 1863 

" James M. D. Willis October 15, 1864 

" George D. Moore February 15,1865 

Surgeon William Hunt August 9, 1863 

Chaplain J. C. Barb December 26, 1864 

Discharged (3) 

First Lieut. James M. Frields December 9, 1863 

" David R. B. Winniford October 20, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon Joseph Wood November 18, 1864 



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Died (3) 
First Lieut. Jesse S. Reeves, Adjutant, June 19, 1864, of wounds. 
Second Lieut. Marion Walker, 1863, at Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 
Second Lieut. Francis C. Johnson, killed in action near Atlanta, 
Georgia, August 6, 1864. 

Missing (1) 
Second Lieut. Patrick H. Kisterson, since October, 1864. 

Dismissed (3) 

Maj. William S. Barnett December 30, 1864 

First Lieut. William K. Sharp July 19, 1864 

James C. Weems October 27, 1864 

Cashiered (1) 
Capt. William K. Byrd May 2, 1865 



EIGHTH MOUNTED REGIMENT 

(Battalion of) 

(This regiment, composed of five companies, was organ- 
ized at Nashville, Carthage and Lafayette, Tennessee, from 
November — , 1864, to January 15, 1865, to serve one year. 
It was mustered out of service August 17, 1865, in accord- 
ance with orders from the War Department.) 

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

William J. Cleveland Appointed April 7, 1865 

MAJOR 



CAPTAINS 

Goldman C. Meador Appointed April 

William S. Long April 

James B. Terry April 

Richard B. Freeman April 

Charles W. Shipman May 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Pleasant Chit wood Appointed April 

John O. Hopkins April 

George W. Elmore April 

Michael B. Freeman April 

Elijah V. Turman April 

William Van Dorn, Adj't April 

William Bohannon, R. Q. M " April 



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1865 


7, 


1865 


7, 


1865 


7, 


1865 


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1865 


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1865 


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1865 


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26, 


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198 Tennessee in the War 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Pleasant H. Kirby Appointed April 7, 1865 

George W. McDuffee " April 7,1865 

William W. Baldwin " April 7,1865 

Wesley L. Baudy " April 7,1865 

Christopher A. E. T. Strebling " April 19, 1865 

SURGEON 

Charles C. Shoyer Appointed April 26, 1865 

CHAPLAIN 



CASUALTIES 

The 9th Tennessee infantry was consolidated with the 
1 st West Tennessee cavalry and known as the 6th Tennes- 
see cavalry. 

TENTH REGIMENT 

(This regiment was organized at Nashville, Tennessee, 
from May to August 2j, 1862, to serve three years. Com- 
panies A, B and C were mustered out May 25 and June 
10, 1865, by reason of expiration of term of service; the re- 
maining seven companies were retained in service until June 
23, 1865, when mustered out in accordance with orders 
from the War Department. ) 

COLONEL 



LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 

John Feudge Appointed June 23, 1864 

MAJOR 

Middleton L. Moore Appointed June 23, 1864 

CAPTAINS 

Cuthbert B. Word Appointed July 7, 1862 

Peter Engels " May 1,1863 

John Phillips " September 18, 1863 

Otto Jacobi June 23, 1864 

Michael Fogarty " June 23, 1864 

William M. Mount " June 23,1864 

Robert H. Clinton, a.w.m. 



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FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Robert Gutermann, R. Q. M Appointed September 18, 1863 

James' L. Tucker February 26, 1864 

Austin O. Lynn June 23, 1864 

John J. Greer June 23, 1864 

John J. Douglas June 23, 1864 

Andrew M. Trolinger July 1,1864 

Shobal V. Clevenger, a.w.m. 
Gustavus E. Teubner, Adj't, a.w.m. 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

Erasmus T. McGee Appointed February 26, 1864 

James Lyman June 23, 1864 

Pleasant H. Tibbs June 23, 1864 

Thomas E. Halleck June 23, 1864 

Felix E. Stewart June 23, 1864 

John M. Mount October 7,1864 

Joseph Mayer, a.w.m. 

SURGEON 

Rudolph Knaffl, a.w.m. 

ASSISTANT SURGEONS 

Louis Knaffl Appointed October 20, 1863 

Andrew J. Murphy " April 22,1864 

CHAPLAIN 

Jonathan Huntington, a.w.m. 

CASUALTIES 

Promoted (3) 

Col. Alvan C. Gillem (W. P., R. A.*), August 17, 1863, to Brigadier- 
General. 

First Lieut. Edward S. Richards, September 6, 1864, to Captain and 
A. A. G. 

Assistant Surgeon Alanson W. Kelly, March 10, 1863, to Surgeon 
59th regiment Illinois volunteers. 

Resigned (32) 

Maj. Alexander Thurneck September 27, 1862 

" Louis Mondazy January 11, 1864 

Capt. Elisha Chastain July 26, 1862 

" James C. Green August 16,1862 

" Robert Weitmiller September 27, 1862 

" Pleasant M. Pryor October 26,1862 

" William H. Phillips November 13, 1862 

" Alexander Lynch December 16, 1862 

" James H. Queen June 20, 1863 

" Patrick W. Halloran September 9, 1863 

" James A. Castile May 31, 1864 

First Lieut. Moses C. Brown, Adj't August 13, 1862 

John T. Barns October 7,1862 

" Ransom Smith October 26, 1862 

* "W. P., R. A.," West Point Graduate, Regular Army. 



200 Tennessee in the War 



First Lieut. Rison D. Deford November 13, 1862 

" " Charles G. F. Dirks November 13, 1862 

" William Clages December 16, 1862 

" " James White December 16, 1862 

" " James M. Jones May 3,1863 

Nathan Marcum June 7, 1863 

" " Michael Kiggins July 10, 1863 

" " Jotham B. Hunt July 17,1863 

" Alexander McKinstrey February 26, 1864 

" John W. Lynch June 21,1864 

Second Lieut. William Ryan July 2^, 1862 

" Henry H. Cromwell August 6, 1862 

" Daniel Daley October 1,1862 

" John Carroll October 22, 1862 

" Peachea H. McKamy May 5, 1863 

" Henry W. Miller July 9, 1863 

" William A. Matthews May 25, 1864 

Assistant Surgeon John J. O'Reilly March 16, 1864 

Mustered out on expiration of term of service (9) 

Capt. Henry N. Lee May 25, 1865 

" Miles Joyce May 25, 1865 

" David Floerke June 10, 1865 

First Lieut. William Holt May 25, 1865 

" James M. Regan May 25, 1865 

" William S. O'Brien May 25,1865 

" James Quinn June 10, 1865 

Second Lieut. John Moran May 25, 1865 

" " George W. Fair May 25, 1865 

Discharged (2) 

Col. James W. Scully June 13, 1865 

Second Lieut. John J. Brewer May 21, 1862 

Died (3) 
First Lieut. William C. Shelbey, killed accidentally August 26, 1863. 
Second Lieut. Patrick Sullivan, September 16, 1862, of wounds. 
Assistant Surgeon Charles Johnson, killed by a fall from his horse, 
April 5, 1863. 

Dismissed (4) 

Lieut. -Col. Frank T. Foster December 16, 1862 

Capt. Edward R. Bladen October 27, 1862 

First Lieut. Obeid Lee March 16, 1864 

Albert St. Clair January 10, 1865 

The report of the Adjutant-General of the United States 
Army shows that Tennessee furnished to the Union army, 
1861-65, 2> l >°9 2 men - ^ is well known that a great num- 
ber of Tennesseeans enlisted in regiments from other States, 
and it is safe to say that Tennessee furnished the United 
States army with 40,000 men. 



NAVAL OFFICERS FROM TENNESSEE WHO 
SERVED IN THE UNION ARMY 

DAVID G. FARRAGUT, 

Admiral of the U. S. Navy, was born in Tennessee. 

SAMUEL POWHATTAN CARTER 

Was appointed midshipman in the U. S. Navy from 
Tennessee February 14, 1840. Passed midshipman 
July 11, 1846. Master September 12, 1854. Lieuten- 
ant April 18, 1855. Lieutenant-Commander July 16, 
1862. Commander July 25, 1865. Captain October 
28, 1870. Commodore November 13, 1878. Retired 
August 6, 1881, with rank of Rear-Admiral May 16, 
1882. Brigadier-General of Volunteers, U. S. A., May 
1, 1862. Brevet Major-General of Volunteers for gal- 
lant and meritorious service during the war. 



201 



Members of the United States Congress 
from Tennessee 



MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS 
FROM TENNESSEE, 1861-1865 

THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS 

First Session, December 5, 1859, to June 25, i860. 
Second Session, December 3, i860, to March 3, 1861. 

SENATORS 

Andrew Johnson, Greeneville 
Alfred O. P. Nicholson, Columbia 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Thomas A. R. Nelson, Jonesboro, First District, Unionist 

Horace Maynard, Knoxville, Second " American 

Reese B. Brabson, Chattanooga, Third " Whig 

William B. Stokes, Alexandria, Fourth " Whig 

Robert Hatton, Lebanon, Fifth " American 

James M. Quarles, Clarksville, Sixth American 

James H. Thomas, Columbia, Seventh " Democrat 

John V. Wright, Purdy, Eighth " Democrat 

William T. Avery, Memphis Ninth " Democrat 

Emerson Etheridge, Dresden, Tenth " Whig 

THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS 

First Session, July 4, 1861, to August 6, 1861. 
Second Session, December 2, 1861, to July 17, 1862. 
Third Session, December 1, 1862, to March 3, 1863. 

SENATORS 

Andrew Johnson. 

Alfred O. P. Nicholson ; took his seat January 13, 1862. 

REPRESENTATIVES 

George W. Bridges, Unionist; took his seat February 25, 1863. 
Andrew J. Clements, Unionist; took his seat February 25, 1863. 
Horace Maynard. 

THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS 

First Session, December 7, 1863, to July 4, 1864. 
Second Session, December 5, 1864, to March 3, 1865. 

SENATORS 

(Vacant.) 

REPRESENTATIVES 

(Vacant.) 
205 



Campaigns Conducted, and Battles, 
Engagements, Skirmishes, etc., 

Fought Within the 

Limits of the State of Tennessee 



LIST OF CAMPAIGNS CONDUCTED, AND BAT- 
TLES, ENGAGEMENTS, SKIRMISHES, ETC, 
FOUGHT WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE 
STATE OF TENNESSEE, 1861-65 

Adamsville March 31, 1862 

Agnews Ferry March 25, 1862 

Alexandria February 3-5, 1863 

Altamont August 30, 1862 

Anderson July 11-14, 1863 

Andersons Cross Roads October 2, 1863 

Anthonys Hill December 25, 1864 

Antioch January 25, 1863 

Antioch Church May 26-29, 1863 

Antioch Station April 10, 1863 

Armstrongs Ferry January 22, 1864 

Ashland January 12, 1863 

Athens September 10, 25, 27, 

1863; August 1, 3, 
1864 ; January 28, Feb- 
ruary 16, March 2-4, 
1865 

Atkins Mill April 26, 1862 

Auburn February 3-5, 15, April 

2-6, January 21, 22, 25, 
1863 

Bainbridge October 30, 1864 

Bairds Mills November 29, December 

1, 1862 

Battle Creek June 21, July 5, August 

27, 1862 

Beans Station December 9-15, 18, 29, 

30, 1863; June 14, Oc- 
tober 10, 1864 

Bear Creek March 3, October 3, 1863 

Beardstown September 2T, 1864 

Beaver Creek Swamp April 2-6, 1863 

Beech Grove June 26, 1863 

Beersheba October 3, 1863 

Beersheba Springs March 9, 1864 

Bells Mills December 4, 6, 1864 

Belmont March 29, 1863 

Bend of Chucky Road January 16-17, 1864 

Bent Creek March 14, 1864 

Bethpage Bridge July 1-2, 1863 

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2io Tennessee in the War 



Big Creek December 12, 1864 

Big Creek Gap March 14, June 11-13, 

15, September 10, 1862 

Big Hatchie October 5, 1862 

Big Hill October 5, 1862 

Big Spring Branch June 24, 1863 

Big Springs January 19, 1864 

Blains Cross Roads December 16-19, 1863 

Bloods January 3, 1863 

Bloomington February 27, 1863 

Blount County July 20, 1864 

Blountsville December 30, 1862 ; Sep- 
tember 22, October 14, 
1863 
Blue Springs October 5, 10, 1863 ; Au- 
gust 23, 1864 

Blythes Ferry November 13, 1863 

Bobos Cross Roads July 1, 1863 

Boiling Fork July 3, 1863 

Boiling Springs April 19-20, 1864 

Bolivar July 25, August 1, 30, 

December 24, 1862 ; 
January 25, March 21, 
July 10, 1863; Febru- 
ary 6, March 29, May 
2, 1864 

Bradyville February 16, March 1, 

26, June 24, 1863 

Bradyville Pike January 23, May 17, 1863 

Brawley Forks March 25, 1865 

Breckenridge's advance into East Tennessee. . November 4-17, 1864 
Brentwood September 19-20, Decem- 
ber 9, 1862 ; February 
2, March 25, 1863 

Bristol September 19, October 

15, 1863; December 14, 
1864 

Brittons Lane September 1, 1862 

Browns Ferry October 27, 1863 

Brownsville July 19, August 10-11, 

1862 

Buck Lodge June 30, 1863 

Buells Ford September 28, 1863 

Bulls Gap March 15, April 2-4, Oc- 
tober 16, November 11- 
13. 1864 

Burnt Bridge September 5, 1862 

Bushy Knob November 23, 1863 

Butlers Mill June 30, 1863 



Campaigns, Battles, Engagements, etc. 211 



Cainsville January 21-22, February 

15, April 2-6, 1863 
Calkiller Creek August 17, 1863 ; Febru- 
ary 22, March 11, 1864 

Calhoun September 18, 25, 26, 

December 28, 1863 

Campbells Station November 16, 1863 

Campbellsville November 24, 1864 

Caney Fork May 9, 1863 

Carroll Station December 19, 1862 

Carter Creek Pike April 2, 27, 1863 

Carter Creek Road February 21, 1863 

Carters Creek Station October 1, 1864 

Carters Depot December 30, 1862 ; Sep- 
tember 20-22, 1863 

Carters Station September 30, October 1, 

1864 

Carthage January 23, March 8, 

April 1-8, October 10- 
14, 1863 

Carthage Road November 28, 1862 

Celina March 19, 22, 1865 

Centerville July — , October 29, No- 
vember 2, 1863 ; Sep- 
tember 29, 1864 

Chambers Creek January 13, 1863 

Chapel Hill March 3, 5, 6, April 13, 

1863 

Chapel Hill Pike April 29, 1863 

Charleston September 25, November 

26, 30, December 28, 
1863 ; August 18, 19, 
1864 

Charlotte March 13, 14, 1863 

Chattanooga March 8, June 7, 8, 

1862; August 21, 30, 
31, September 7, 8, 9, 
21, 22, 26, October 2. 3, 
1863 

Cheeks Cross Roads December 12, 1863 ; 

March 13, 1864 

Cherry Valley April 2-6, 1863 

Chewalla October 5, 1862 

Chickamauga Station November 26, 1863 

Christiana May 6, June 24, October 

6, 1863 

Chucky Road, Bend of January 16, 1864 

Clarksburg December 30, 1862 

Clarks Creek Church September 13, 1863 



212 Tennessee in the War 



Clarks Ferry January 10, 1 1, 1864 

Clarksville February 19, August 18, 

September 5-10, No- 
vember 15, 20, 25, 28- 
30, 1862; May 20-22, 
October 28, 1863 

Cleveland September 18, October 9, 

November 27, Decem- 
ber 22, 29, 1863; April 
2, 13, 1864 

Clifton January 1, 3, 10, Febru- 
ary 17-21, 1863; July 
22, 23, 30, August 31, 
1864 

Clinch Mountain October 27, December 6, 

1863; October 18, 1864; 
January 28-31, 1865 

Clinch Mountain Gap December 14, 1863 

Clinch River December 21, 1863 ; Oc- 
tober 1, 1864 

Clinch Valley October 21, 1864 

Clinton Ferry July 25, 1862 

College Grove March 19, April 26, 1863 

Collierville October 21, 1862 ; Janu- 
ary 28, March 8-12, 
May 20, October 11, 
November 3, Decem- 
ber 27, 1863 ; January 
13, 14, February 11, 
June 13, 23, July 2, 24, 
November 15, 1864 

Columbia July 17, September 9, 10, 

1862; March 4-14, July 
— , 1863 ; October 2, 
November 24, 27, De- 
cember 20, 23, 1864 

Columbia Ford November 29, 1864 

Columbia Pike April 1, 1863 

Columbia Road February 21, 1863 

Colwells Ford November 19, 1863 

Como September 19, 1863 

Conyersville September 1-10, 1863 

Cornersville Pike January 28, 1864 ; Corn's 

Farm 

Corns Farm February 6, 1865 

Cotton Port Ford September 30, 1863 

Covington September 28, October 1, 

1862; March 9, 10, 

1863 
Cowan October 9, 1863 



Campaigns, Battles, Engagements, etc. 2 1 3 



Cox Hill January 3, 1863 

Crab Gap December 5, 1863 

Cripple Creek May 25, 1864 

Crossville December 9, 1863 

Crumps Landing March 9, 14, 1862 

Cuba August 10, 11, 1863 

Cumberland Gap February 14, 1862 ; 

March 21-23, 28, April 
29, June 18, July 7, 11, 
August 2, 6, 16, Octo- 
ber 3, 1862 ; September 
7-10, 23, November 12, 
1863; January 23, 27, 
1865 
Cumberland Iron Works August 26, 1862 ; Febru- 
ary 3, 1863 
Cumberland Mountain December 9, 1863 ; Jan- 
uary 28-February 8, 
1864 
Cumberland River November 8, 1862 ; Jan- 
uary 13, 19, November 
26, 1863 

Curtis Creek December 9, 1864 

Cypress Creek Bridge May 30, 1862 

Cypress Swamp April 3, 10, 1864 

Dandridge December 22-28, 1863 ; 

January 1, 14, 16, 17, 
26, 28, May 19, 1864 

Dandridges Mill December 13, 1863 

Davidsons Ferry, Tennessee River November 2, 3, 1864 

Davis Bridge October 1, September 25, 

October 5, 1862 

Davis Mill March 14, April 5. 1863 

Davis Mill Road March 24, 1863 

Decatur County June 21, 1864 

Decherd June 29, August 5-9, 

1863 

Denmark July 29, September 1, 

1862; August 3, 1863 

Devils Gap December 25, 1864 

Dixon Springs June 20, 1863 

Dobbins Ferry December 9, 1862 

Donelson (Fort) February 12-16, August 

23, 25, September 18- 
23, 1862; January 2, 
February 3, July 29, 
September 18, 1863 ; 
October 11, 1864 
Double Bridge November 18, 1862 



2 1 4 Tennessee in the War 



Drakes Creek August 20, 1862 

Dresden May 2-9, 1862 

Duck River March 31-April 3. 1863 ; 

April 22, November 
28, December 22, 1864 

Duck River Island April 26, 1863 

Dukedom February 28, 1864 

Dunlap October 2, 1863 

Durhamville September 28-October 1, 

1862 

Duvalls Ford September 30, 1864 

Dyersburg August 7. 18, 1862 ; Jan- 
uary 30, 1863 

Eagleville March 2, 31-April 1, 16, 

December 7, 1863 

Eagleville Pike June 10, 1863 

Eastport November 1, 1863 

East Tennessee November 8-19, 1861 ; 

July 1, October 31, 
December 20, 1862 ; 
January 5, June 14, 24, 
August 16, October 
19, 1863; August 10, 
September 4, 9, 1864; 
January 31, April 24, 
March 20, April 27, 
1865 ; August 29, Sep- 
tember 4, 10-October 
28, November 4, 17, 
1864 

East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad November 24-27, 1863 

Edgefield November 26-December 

1, 1862 

Edgefield Junction August 20, 1862 

Elk River May 9, 20, 1862 ; October 

9, 1863 

England Cone July 7, 18, 1864 

Estenaula December 24, 1863 

Estill Springs July 2, 1863 

Evans Island January 25, 1865 

Fains Island January 28, 1864 

Fairfield June 27, 1863 

Fair Garden January 27, 1864 

Farleys Mill December 13, 1863 

Farmington October 7, 1863 

Fayetteville May 14, 1862 ; August 7, 

8, October 13, 14, 29, 
November 2, Decem- 
ber 6, 1863 



Campaigns, Battles, Engagements, etc. 215 

Fentress County February 13, 1864 

Flat Creek January 26, February 1, 

20, November 17, 1864 

Flat Creek Valley March 15, 1864 

Forked Deer River April 26-29, December 

20, 1862; July 13, 15, 
1863 

Fosterville July 25, 27, October 6, 

1863 

Fouche Springs November 23, 1864 

Franklin December 9, 12, 26, 27, 

1862; January 31, Feb- 
ruary 13, 21, March 4, 
31, April 9, 10, June 
4, 1863; November 30, 
December 17, 1864; 
January 16, February 
20, 1865 

Franklin County February 6, 1865 

Franklin Pike December 14, 1862 

Friars Island September 9, 1863 

Friendship Church September 29, 1863 

Gallatin March 15, 18, August 

12, 13, 21, November 
7, 8, 1862; October 10, 
1864 

Gallatin Pike October 20, 1862 

Gallatin Road September 6, 1862 

Galloway Switch October 23, 1862 

Garrisons Creek October 6, 1863 

Gatlinsburg December 10, 1863 

Germantown January 27, July 8, 16- 

20, 1863; March 28, 
April 18, 1865 

Goodlettsville September 30, 1862 

Grand Junction September 20-22, No- 
vember 4, 1862 ; March 

21, July 30, 1863 

Grangers Mill December 14, 1863 

Granny White's Pike March 9, 1862 

Greeneville October 2, 1863 ; April 

15, May 30, August 1- 
5, 21-23, September 4, 
October 12, 1864 ; Feb- 
ruary 20, 24, 1865 

Green Hill April 6, June 14, 1863 

Grissons Bridge December 27, 1863 

Guys Gap June 25, 27, 1863 

Hamburg January 13, 1863 



216 Tennessee in the War 



Hamburg Landing May 29, 30, 1863 

Hardin County February 9, 1864 

Harpeth River January 13-19, March 8, 

1863 

Harpeth Shoals November 26, 27, 1862 ; 

January 13, 1863 

Harrison January 21, 1864 

Harrisons Landing August 26, 27, 1863 

Hartsville November 28, December 

7, 1862; April 18, 22, 
October 10, 1863 

Hartsville Road August 21, 1862 

Hatchie Bottom July 29, 1862 

Hatchie Bridge October 5, 1862 

Hatchie River August 10, 11, 1862; 

February 27, April 1- 
16, June 16, 1863 

Hays Ferry December 24, 1863 

Henderson September 1 1-16, 1863 

Hendersons Mill October 11, 1863 

Henderson Station November 25, 1862 

Henry (Fort) January 15-25, February 

4, 6, September 18-23, 
1862 

Henryville November 23, 1864 

Hermitage Ford October 20, 1862 

Hernando Road February 7, 1865 

Hickman County May 2, 12, 1864 

Hickory October 23, 1862 

Hillsborough June 29, 1863 

Hills Gap October 3, 1863 

Holly Tree Gap December 4, 1862 ; De- 
cember 17, 1864 
Holston River December 30, 1862 ; Oc- 
tober 30, 1863 

Hoovers Gap June 24-26, 1863 

Horn Lake Creek May 18, 1863 

Huffs Ferry November 14, 1863 

Humboldt July 28, September 5, 

October 9, December 
20, 1862 

Huntingdon December 27, 29, 30, 

1862 ; December 27, 
1863 

Huntsville August 13, 1862 

Indian Creek January 28, 1864 

Indian Hill November 23, 1863 

Insane Asylum ,,,,,,, January 3, 1863 



Campaigns, Battles, Engagements, etc. 217 



Island Ford January 28, 1864 

Jacksborough March 14, 1862 

Jacks Creek December 24, 1863 

Jackson June 7, July 25-August 

1, December 19, 1862; 
June — , 7, July 13. 15. 
September 19-25, 1863 

Jackson Camp March 24, 1862 

Jacksonborough August 28, 1863 

Jackson County March 8, 1865 

Jasper June 21, 1862 ; October 

2, 1863 

Jefferson December 30, 1862 

Jefferson Pike December 27, 1862 

Johnsonville September 25, November 

4, s, 1864 

Jonesborough September 21, 28, 1863 ; 

September 29, 1864 

Jones Hill October 26, 1863 

Jordans Store May 30, 1863 

Kellys Ford January 27, 28, 1864 

Kimbroughs Cross Roads January 16, 1864 

Kimbroughs Mill December 6, 1862 

Kinderhook August 1 1, 1862 

Kings Hill December 25, 1864 

Kingsport September 18, 1863 ; Oc- 
tober 6, December 13, 
1864 

Kingston November 16-24, Decem- 
ber 4, 1863 ; October 7, 
1864 

Knob Creek January 8, 1863 

Knob Gap December 26, 1862 

Knoxville June 19, 20, September 

2, November 16-De- 
cember 4, 1863 ; Janu- 
ary 24, 26, 27, Febru- 
ary 13, 20, 1864 

Knoxville Campaign November 4-December 

23, 1863 

Lafayette October — , 1862 ; March 

10-16, May 11, No- 
vember 5, December 4, 
27, 1863; June 9, 23, 
29, August 8, 1864 

Lafayette Depot May 15, 1863 

Lafayette Landing October 3, 1862 

Lafayette Station June 25, 1862 



2 1 8 Tennessee in the War 



La Grange September 20-22, No- 
vember 4, 8, 9, 1862 ; 
March 8-12, 24, May 
17, 19, December 13, 
1863; January 2, 25, 
February 2, July 3, 
1864 

Laurel Creek Gap October 1, 1864 

La Vergne October 7, November 19, 

26, 27, December 9, 11, 
26, 27, 29, 1862; Jan- 
uary I, April 10, May 
12, December 29, 1863 

Lawrenceburg April 4, 1862 ; November 

3, 1863 ; November 22, 
1864 

Lawrences Mill January 5, 1864 

Lebannon May 5, November 9, 

1862; April 1, 8, May 
12-16, June 15-17, 1863 

Lebanon Road October 13, 1862 

Leesburg September 29, 1863 ; Sep- 
tember 28, 1864 

Lee's House January 28, 1864 

Leipers Ferry October 28, 30, 1863 

Lenoirs Station June 19, November 15, 

1863 

Lewisburg Pike April 4, 1863 

Lewisburg Road February 24, 1863 

Lexington December 18, 1862 ; June 

29, 1863; January 11, 
1864 

Liberty January 21, 22, February 

3-5, 17-20, March 19, 
April 1-8, May 12, 16, 
June 4, 1863 

Liberty Gap June 24-27, 1863 

Lick Creek April 24, 1862 

Limestone Station September 8, 1863 

Lincoln County June 14, July 12-15, 1864 

Linden May 12, 1863 

Little Harpeth River March 25, 1863 

Little Pond August 30, 1862 

Little River November 14, 1863 

Little Rock Landing April 26, 1863 

Little Tennessee River November 4, 1863 ; Jan- 
uary 11, 12, 1864 

Livingston December 15, 1863 ; 

March 18, 1865 



Campaigns, Battles, Engagements, etc. 219 



Lizzard December 29, 1862 ; May 

1, 1863 

Lobelville September 27, 1864 

Lockes Mill September 27, 1863 

Lockridges Mill May 5, 1862 

Log Mountain December 3, 1863 

Long Ford December 10, 1863 

Long's Mills July 28, 1864 

Lookout Mountain September 23, November 

24, 1863 

Lookout Valley September 7, 1863 

Loudon October 14, November 

15, December 4, 5, 1863 

Loudon (Fort) November 29, 1863 

Loudon County November 5, 1863 

Louisville March 27, 1864 

Loves Hill January 24, 1864 

Lower Post Ferry July 27, 1862 

Lowrys Ferry January n, 1863 

Lynchburg September 29, 1864 

Lynnville November 24, December 

24, 1864 

Lytles Creek January 5, 1863 

McCook (Fort) August 27, 1862 

McLemoresville September 20-30, 1863 

McMinnville March 25, 28, 1862 ; April 

20-30, October 3, 4, 
December 21, 1863 ; 
February 5, 1865 

McNutts Bridge January 27, 1864 

Macon March 28-April 3, 1863 

Magnolia March 31, 1865 

Manchester March 25-28, 1862 ; June 

27, 1863; March 17, 
1864 

Manchester Pike January 4, February 22, 

April 29, May 2, 27, 

28, 1863 

Manscoe Creek August 20, 1862 

Marshall Knob June 4, 1863 

Maryville November 14, 1863 ; Feb- 
ruary 8, 18, 1864 

Maury County May 2-12, 1864 

Maynardville December 1, 1863 

Medon August 13, 31, 1862 

Medon Station August 30, October 10, 

1862 



2 20 Tennessee in the War 



Memphis June 6, September 2, 

1862; February 17, 
April 4, June 17, 18, 
July 3, 18, 20, 21, De- 
cember 10, 1863; June 
1-13, August 21, Sep- 
tember 12, October 4, 
20, 25, November 10, 
December 14, 21, 1864; 
January 5, February 9, 
April 27, 1865 

Merriwethers Ferry August 16, 1862; No- 
vember 19, 1863 

Metamora October 5, 1862 

Middleburg December 24, 1862 

Middle Tennessee June 10-October 31, No- 
vember 1, 1862; Jan- 
uary 20, 21, August 10, 
1863 ; January i-April 
18, September 16-Oct- 
tober 10, November 14, 
1864 ; January 23, 
1865 

Middle Tennessee Campaign June 23-July 7, 1863 

Middleton October 4, 1862 ; January 

31, March 6, May 21, 
22, June 24, 1863 ; 
January 14, 1864 

Middleton Pike June 10, 1863 

Mifflin February 18, 1864 

Mill Creek November 27, 1862 ; Jan- 
uary 25, 1863 

Milton March 20, 1863 

Mink Springs April 13, 1864 

Missionary Ridge September 22, Novem- 
ber 24, 25, 1863 

Moccasin Gap December 20, 1862 

Monterey April 3, 17, 28, 29, 1862 ; 

January 4, 1863 

Montezuma September 16, 1863 

Montgomery June 17, 1863 

Morgan County February 2, March 28, 

1862 

Morris Ford July 2, 1863 

Morristown December 10, 14, 1863 ; 

March 12, June 13- 
July 15, August 2, Oc- 
tober 28, 1864 



Campaigns, Battles, Engagements, etc. 221 



Moscow February 9, 18, March 

10-16, 28-April 3, Sep- 
tember 27, November 
5, December 27, 1863 ; 
January 15, November 
9-13, 1864 

Mossy Creek December 24-29, 1863 ; 

June 10, 12, October 

15, 27, 1864 

Mossy Creek Station December 24, 1863 

Motleys Ford November 4, 1863 

Mountain Gap October 1, 1863 

Mount Carmel November 29, 1864 

Mount Pleasant July 17, August 14, 1862 ; 

November 23, 1864 ; 

April 3, 14, 1865 

Muddy Creek January 26, 1864 

Mulberry Gap November 19, 1863 ; July 

28, 1864 

Mulberry Village December 23, 1863 

Murfreesborough July 13, August 27, Sep- 
tember 7, December 

29, 30, 31, 1862; Jan- 
uary 3, 4. 13-15. 21, 
23, 31, February 4, 7, 
March 6, 7, 10, 22, June 

3, 4, October 5, 1863; 
March 4, December 5- 
7, 13, 15, 1864 

Murfreesborough Campaign December 26, 1862-Janu- 

ary 5, 1863 

Murfreesborough Pike December 27, 1862 

Narrows August 27, 28, 1863 

Nashville February 23-25, March 8, 

July 8, 24, September 
2, October 1, Novem- 
ber 5, 13, December 3, 

4, 11, 14-16, 23, 24, 
1862 ; January 28, May 
4, 1863; May 24, De- 
cember 1, 14, 15, 16, 
1864; February 15, 16, 
1865 

Nashville & Chattanooga Railroad April 7-11, 1863; March 

16, December 2-4, 1864 
Nashville & Northwestern Railroad August 15, October 18, 

21, 1864 

Neelys Bend October 5, 15, 1862 

New Castle December 26, 1863 

New Madrid Bend October 22, November 

30-December 3, 1863 



222 Tennessee in the War 



Newport January 23, 1864 

New Providence September 6, 1862 

Nola Chuckey Bend March 12, 1864 

Nolensville December 1, 26, 30, 1862 ; 

January 13-15, Febru- 
ary 15, 1863 

Nolensville Pike February 15, 16, 1865 

Nonconah Creek August 3, 1862 ; April 4, 

October 29, 1864 

Obeys River March 28, April 18, 20, 

1864 

Obion Plank Road Crossing May — , 1863 

Obion River April 9, June 17, 1863 

Ooltewah January 21, February 18, 

19, 1864 

Orchard Knob November 23, 1863 

Overalls Creek December 31, 1862 

Owens Cross Roads December 1, 1864 

Palmyra November 13, 1863 

Panther Springs March 5, October 27, 

1864 

Paris March 11, 31-April 2, 

May 2-9, 1862; Sep- 
tember 13, 1863 

Parkers Cross Roads December 31, 1862 

Parks Gap September 4, 1864 

Pea Ridge April 15, 27, 1862 

Pea Vine Valley November 26, 1863 

Peck's House December 24, 1863 

Pelham July 2, 1863 

Perkins Mills December 28, 1862 

Perryville March 12-20, 1863 

Petersburg March 2, 1863 

Perry County April 29, 1864 

Philadelphia September 27, October 

15, 20, 25, 26, Decem- 
ber 2, 1863; March 1, 
1865 
Pigeon Hills November 26, 1863 

Pillow (Fort) May 19-23, June 3-5, 

1862; February 6, 27, 
August 3, November 
21, 22, 1863; April 12, 
1864 

Pillowsville November 15, 1863 

Pilot Knob August 20, 1862 

Pine Bluff August 20, 1864 



Campaigns, Battles, Engagements, etc. 223 

Pine Mountain August 17, September 6- 

10, 1862 

Pine Mountain Gap September 7, 1862 

Pine Wood February 20-24, 1865 

Piney Factory November 3, 1863 

Pittsburg March 1, 1862 

Pittsburg Landing March 14-17, April 4, 6, 

7, 1862 

Pitts Cross Roads October 2, 1863 

Pleasant Hill Landing April 12, 1864 

Plum Point May 10, 1862 

Pocahontas September 26, 1862 

Portersville October 23, 24, 1862 

Powder Spring Gap June 21, December 23, 

1863 ; April 2-4, 1864 

Powells Bridge February 22, 1864 

Powell River June 30, 1862 ; December 

31, 1863 

Powell Valley June 22, 1863 

Primms Blacksmith Shop December 25, 1862 

Pulaski May I, 4- 1 1> August 27, 

1862; July 15, October 
27, December 1, 15, 
1863; May 13, July 20- 
25, September 26, 27, 
1864 

Purdy March 9, 14, April 28, 

29, 1862 

Purdy Road March 31, 1862 

Putnam County February 1-7, 1864 

Raleigh July 19-23, 1863 ; April 

3, 9, 1864 

Rally Hill November 29, 1864 

Randolph September 25, 1862 

Randolph (Fort) October 2, 1862; Octo- 
ber 27, 1864 

Rankins Ferry June 21, 1862 

Readyville June 7, 1862 ; October 5, 

6, 1863 ; September 6, 

1864 

Red Mound December 31, 1862 

Reynoldsburg March 21, 1864 

Reynolds Station August 27, 1862 

Rheatown September 12, October 

ii, 1863; April 16, 
September 28, 1864 



224 Tennessee in the War 



Richland Creek August 27, October 23, 

1862; September 26, 
December 24, 25, 1864 

Richland Station March 19, 1863 

Riggins Hill September 7, 1862 

Riley ( Fort) October 5, 1862 

Rileys Landing February 17, 1864 

Ripley January 8, 1863 

Rising Sun June 30, 1862 

Rock Creek Ford July 2, 1863 

Rockford November 14, 1863 

Rock Island Ferry August 4, 5, 1863 

Rock Springs December 30, 1862 

Rogers Gap June 10, August 31, 

September 10, 1862 ; 
June 20, 1863 

Rogersville November 6, 1863 ; April 

2-4, August 21, Octo- 
ber 8, December 12, 
1864 

Rome November 28, 1862 

Round Mountain August 27, 1862 

Rover January 31, February 13, 

19, March 4, 13, 15, 
May 5. June 23, 28, 
1863 

Rural Hill December 20, 1862 

Russellville December 10, 12, 13, 

1863; October 28, No- 
vember 11, 14, 1864 
Rutherford Creek March 10, 11, 1863; De- 
cember 19, 1864 

Rutherford Station December 21, 1862 

Rutledge December 7, 16, 18, 1863 

Salem March 21, May 20, 1863 

Salem Pike June 12, 1863 

Sanders (Fort) November 29, 1863 

Saulsburg August 1 1, 1862 ; Febru- 
ary 2-5, March 2, 3, 
21, 22, April 5, 6, 11, 
15, December 2, 1863 

Schultz Mill January 14, 1864 

Scott County March 28, 1862 

Sequatchie Valley July — , September 21- 

23, 1863 ; February 27, 
1864 

Sevierville January 13, 26, February 

I, 2, 18, 1864 



Campaigns, Battles, Engagements, etc. 225 



Sevierville Road February 20, 1864 

Shallow Ford Gap September 22, 1863 

Shelby Depot October 22, 1862 

Shelbyville March 25-28, 1862; June 

27, October 7, 1863; 

November 28, 1864 

Shelbyville Pike j une 5 , l8 6 2 ; January 

21, February 20, April 
23, June 4, 6, 1863 

Shelbyville Road April 24, 1862 

Shellmound August 21, 27, 28, 1863 

ShlIoh April 6, 7, 1862 

Shoal Creek December 12, 1863 

Short Mountain Cross Roads August 29, 1862 

Silver Springs November' 9, 1862 

Sims Farm October 7. 1863 

Smiths Cross Roads October 1, 1863 

Smiths Ford Apri l 3, ^62 

SmithvilIe June 4, 5, 1863 

Sneedv,lle October 21, 1864 

f now Hl11 April 2, 6, June 4. 1863 

Somerville November 5, 26, 1862 ; 

January 3, March 28, 
May 26-29, December 
26, 1863 

South Tunnel October 10, 1864 

Sparta June 28, August 5, No- 
vember 17, 29, 1862 ; 
August 9, 17, Novem- 
ber 20, 24, 26, 27, 1863 ; 
January 4, 14, March 
11-28, 1864 

Spring Creek December 19, 1862 

Springfield November 26-30, 1862 

SpringHill March 4, 5, 19, 1863; 

March 13, November 
29, December 18, 1864 
Spurgeons Mill October 19, 1863 

Statesville April 2-6, 1863 

Stewartsborough April I2> l863 

Stewarts Creek January i, 1863 

Stewarts Creek Bridge, Jefferson Pike December 27, 1862 

Stewarts Creek Bridge, Murfreesborough Pike. December 27' 1862 
Stewarts Ferry December 4, '1862 

cl ™ e n November 15, 1863 

Stones Ml11 • December 19, 1863 



226 Tennessee in the War 



Stones River November 12, December 

31, 1862-January 3, 
July 17, 1863 

Stones River Campaign December 26, 1862-Jan- 
uary 5, 1863 

Stones River Railroad Bridge October 5, 1863 

Strawberry Plains June 20, 1863 ; January 

21, 22, February 20, 
July 27-29, November 
16, 17, 1864 

Sugar Creek October 9, 1863 ; Decem- 
ber 26, 1864 

Sulphur Springs October 21, 1863 ; Feb- 
ruary 26, 1864 

Summertown September 23, 1863 

Swallow Bluffs September 30, 1863 

Swanns Island January 28, 1864 

Swedens Cove June 4, 1862 

Sweetwater September 6, October 

10, II, 23, 26, 27, 1863; 

February 16, 1865 

Sycamore Creek November 30, 1862 

Talbotts Station December 27, 29, 1863 

Tazewell July 22, 26, August 6, 

1862 ; September 5, 
1863 ; January 19, 24, 
August 3-6, 1864; 
March 5, 1865 

Telfords Station September 8, 1863 

Tennessee River July i-November 19, 

1861 ; March 4, June 
13, August 18, 1862; 
June — , 7, August 22- 
24, October 26, 29, 
November 13, 1863 ; 
April 12-16, 1864 

Tennessee State Line May 2-6, June 8-10, 1863 

Thompson Station March 5, 9, 23, May 2, 

1863 ; November 29, 
30, 1864 

Thorn Hill October 10, 1864 

Tiptonville November 21, 1863 

Toones Station July 27, August 31, 

1862; September 11- 
16, 1863 

Tracy City August 22. 24, 1863 ; 

January 20, August 4, 
1864 



Campaigns, Battles, Engagements, etc. 227 

Trenton December 20, 1862 ; 

March 16-18, April 19, 
June 15, July 19-29, 
1863; January 22, 27, 
1864 

Triune December 27, 1862 ; 

March 8, 21, June 8, 9, 
11, 19, 1863; August 
3, 4, 1864; February 
10, 1865 

Tullahoma March 25, 28, June 29, 

30, July 1, 1863; 
March 16, 1864 

Tullahoma Campaign June 23-July 7, 1863 

Tyree Springs November 7, 1862 

Union December 30, 1862 

Union City March 30, 31, December 

21, 1862; July 10, 
September 1-10, No- 
vember 19, 1863 ; Jan- 
uary 22-27, March 12, 
24, 1864 

Union Station November 1, 1864 

Uniontown June 23, 1863 

Unionville January 31, March 4, 

1863 

University Depot July 4, 1863 

Valley Road October 2, 1863 

Van Buren September 21, 1862 

Vaughts Hill March 20, 1863 

Versailles January 13-15, March 9- 

14, 1863 

Waldens Ridge July 5, 1862 

Walkers Ford December 2, 5, 1863 

Wallace Cross Roads July 15, 1862 

Warfields December 23, 1864 

Warrensburg February 20-24, 1865 

Wartburg June 17, 1863 

Wartrace April 1 1, 1862 ; Septem- 
ber 6, October 6, 1863 

Washington February 26, 1864 

Watauga Bridge December 30, 1862 

Watauga River April 25-27, September 

29, 1864 

Waterhouse's Mill April 19, 20, 1864 

Wauhatchie October 28, 29, 1863 

Waverly October 22-25, 1862 ; 

January 16, 1863 ; Oc- 
tober 23, 28, 1862 



228 Tennessee in the War 



Wayland Springs December 12, 1863 

Weems Spring August 19, 1863 

Wells Hill September 28, 1864 

Wesley Camp May 26, 29, 1863 

West Harpeth River December 17, 1864 

White County January 16, February I- 

7, 1864 

White Oak Creek April 1, 1865 

White Oak Spring October 24, 1862 

White Range November 7, 1862 

Whitesides February 25, 26, Sep- 
tember 2-5, 1864 
Whites Station June 20, July 26, De- 
cember 4, 25, 1864 

Wilkinsons Cross Roads December 29, 31, 1862 

Williamsport August 1 1, 1862 

Wilson Creek Pike December n, 21, 25, 

1862 

Wilsons Gap June 10, 18, 1862 

Wilsonville January 22, 1864 

Winchester May 24, June 4, 10, 16, 

1862; July 3, Septem- 
ber 26, October 29, 
November 2, 22, 1863 ; 
May 10, 29, 1864 

Winters Gap August 31, 1863 

Wolf Creek Bridge September 23, 1862 

Wolf River July 13, 1862 

Wolf River Bridge December 3, 4, 1862 

Woodbury August 27, 1862 ; Janu- 
ary 19, March 3-8, 24, 
April 2, 4, May 24, 25, 
1863 ; September 10, 
1864 

Woodbury Pike March 27, 1863 ; May 25, 

1864 

Woodsons Gap April 17, 1862 

Wood Springs August 7, 1862 

Woodville October 21, 1862 

Yankeetown November 25, 30, 1863 

Yellow Creek May 22, July 5, 1863 

Yorkville January 28, 1863 

Zollicoffer September 20, 21, 24, 

October 19, 1863 



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COMMENDATORY 

UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE: 
PEABODY COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Dear General Wright: September 9, 1907 

I have read the manuscript of "Tennessee in the War, 1861-1865" prepared by 
yourself. I hope you will publish it; it is a work of very great value, and, I 
doubt not, will have a great sale. Sincerely yours, 



General Marcus J. Wright. 



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TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
My Dear General Wright: September 9, 1907. 

I read your manuscript entitled "Tennessee in the War, 1861-1865" very care- 
fully and with pleasure last winter. Found it of much value and, while the 
information was fresh in mind, I addressed a letter to the Governor of Ten- 
nessee commending it and stating that it was well worthy of being purchased 
and published by the State. It was prepared carefully by an expert in our U. S. 
military records and largely from original sources. It contains a large amount 
of information that cannot be obtained from our Tennessee and local records and 
would be expensive to compile. It is the result of many, many months of pains- 
taking labor. 

I do not know what has become of the letter I wrote the Governor upon this 
subject. Yours most truly, 

General Marcus J. Wright, 

Washington, D. C. 

office of 
SECRETARY OF STATE. 
State of Tennessee. 
General Marcus J. Wright, Nashville, September 13, 1907. 

Washington, D. C. 
My Dear General: 

It gave me great pleasure and interest to examine and read your manuscript 
of officers in Confederate and Federal armies during the late war, from Tennessee. 
It is very complete and will be eagerly sought by all old Confederate and Federal 
soldiers and their families, not only in Tennessee, but throughout the United 
States. 

Trust you may have it put in book form soon and you may put me down for 
five copies. 

I expressed your manuscript. 

When I can serve you at any time, it will give me pleasure to do so. 

Yours truly, 




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A. W. WILLS, 

Postmaster. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
General Marcus J. Wright, September 5, 1907. 

Washington, D. C. 
My Dear General: 

I have read the manuscript prepared by you, "Tennessee in the War, 1861- 
1865," with very great interest, and I earnestly trust that a publication will be 



made in pamphlet form or otherwise for distribution and sale. It is the only 
complete record in existence of the Federal troops from Tennessee engaged in 
the Civil War. The Adjutant-General of Tennessee compiled a very imperfect 
record of the Tennessee troops, which was so replete with errors that it was 
really useless and finally abandoned, and the record that you have prepared, being 
in every respect perfect, will be a matter of very great interest to Tennesseans 
for future generations and the Confederacy as well. Your manuscript was sub- 
mitted to a committee consisting of ex-Governor James D. Porter, General Gates 
P. Thruston, Captain John W. Morton, and myself and was carefully scrutinized 
by each and all of us and received our careful and universal endorsement. 

Very respectfully, 




7 East 36th Street, 
My Dear General: New York, October 1, 1907. 

I have just finished reading your "Tennessee in the War, 1861-1865" and con- 
gratulate Tennesseans upon the admirable presentation you have given them. 
My familiarity with the army of Tennessee, beginning with Columbus and 
Bowling Green, permits me to view the work somewhat as a critic. I find, how- 
ever, nothing to criticize, and can therefore in all candor heartily praise it. 

Thank you for the opportunity to look it through. Yours very truly, 

General Marcus J. Wright, 

Washington, D. C. 




HEADQUARTERS UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS. 
Office of Commander-in-Chief. 
General Marcus J. Wright, Columbus, Miss., October 29, 1907. 

Washington, D. C. 
My Dear General Wright: 

It has given me pleasure to critically examine your MS. entitled "Tennessee in 
the War, 1861-1865." It is a compilation perfected with great labor and accuracy, 
with advantages of examination of records in the War Department at Washington 
and from other sources, to which you have had access for so many years, over 
and above any other living Confederate. 

I regard it as technically most valuable for the State of Tennessee and its 
citizens, and recommend it as the most valuable compilation I have yet seen 
for Tennessee in the great Civil War. 

The compilation is broad and comprehensive, giving Military Organizations and 
Officers from Tennessee in both the Confederate and Union Armies, — General 
and Staff Officers in the Provisional Army of Tennessee appointed by Gov. 
Isham G. Harris, — General Officers, both Union and Confederate, with Staff 
Officers, and Statement of previous service or rank in United States Army, — 
Quartermasters and Commissaries appointed from Tennessee in Confederate 
Army other than those on Staff, — Officers of Confederate States and United 
States Navy appointed from Tennessee, — Members of Confederate and United 
States Congress from Tennessee, — Complete Rosters of Federal Troops from Ten- 
nessee which served in the War, 1861-1865, — Campaigns conducted, and Battles, 
Affairs and Skirmishes fought within Limits of State, with Date and Location. 
In short, as far as it goes, it is as complete as it can be, and a copy should be 
in every family in Tennessee. 

With kind wishes, Your friend and comrade, 



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Tennessee in the War 

1861-1865 

By GENERAL MARCUS J. WRIGHT 

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1861-1865 

By AMBROSE LEE 
Revised by GENERAL MARCUS J. WRIGHT 

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