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Milton Malicote
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
MALICOTE, Milton (pension applied for) Pvt Age: 18 - Born: Campbell Co., TN - MIA July 31, 1864 - POW at Andersonville, paroled April 28, 1865, Jacksonville, FL - Died Oct 8, 1927 at LaFollette, TN (listed in 1860 census MALICOATE as 15 year old son of Aaron)
Submitted by: Cindy Lou Palmer
Reuben Marlow
Rank: Private
Unit: Co. A, 1 Tennessee Inf.
Pension:
Additional Notes: 27 Mar 1862 -- Enrolled in Co. A, First Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, at Cumberland Ford, TN. Rank: Private; 27 Mar 1862 -- Mustered in at Cumberland; July-Aug 1862 -- Absent without leave; Aug-Dec 1862 -- Returned to regiment; 16 Oct 1862-- Captured by the rebels in Campbell Co, VA.; 5 Nov 1862 -- Sent from Knoxville, TN to Richmond VA for exchange.; 6 Nov 1862 --Confined at Richmond, VA.; 8 Nov 1862 -- Parolled at Aikens Landing, reported at Camp Parole, MD November 10 1862.; 11 Dec 1862 --Sent to Nashville, TN; 21 Sep 1864 -- On furlough until October 20, 1864; 18 April 1865 -- Discharged at Knoxville, TN by reason of expiration of term of service.
Submitted by: Jennifer Dorner
Thomas Marlow, Jr.
Rank: Private
Unit: Co. A, 1 Tennessee Inf.
Pension:
Additional Notes: 2 Aug 1861 -- Enrolled in Co. A, First Tenn. Volunteer Infantry, at Jacksboro, Campbell Co., TN. Rank: Private; 8 Aug 1861 -- Mustered in at Williamsburg, KY; May 1862 -- Wounded in action; July-Aug 1862-- Became sick; 18 Sept 1862-- Deserted at Cumberland Gap; 13 Jun 1863 -- Restored to duty with pay by order of Gen. S.P. Carter; 17 Sept 1864 -- Mustered out at Nashville, Davidson Co., TN. Rank: Private.
Submitted by: Jennifer Dorner
Thomas Marlow Sr.
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Submitted by Tim Jackson Sr.
Thomas Marlow Sr. was a private in Co. A, 1st regiment of the TN infantry, Union.  Mustered in Aug 2, 1861 at Jacksborough.  Deceased on the 21 day of November 1861 at London KY of typhoid fever.  buried:  Camp Nelson Nat`l Cemetary, Nicholasville, KY
James Martin
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st AL Cav Co A & 26th
Pension: 534344
Additional Notes: 
James Martin
Rank: Private
Unit: KY Inf Co I
Pension: 534344
Additional Notes: 
William H. Maxwell
Rank: Sergeant
Unit: 12 Battn. Va. L. Art.
Pension: Unknown
Additional Notes: Captain Sturdivant's Company "A". Arrived in Campbell county about March 1st 1870.
Submitted by: Wayne Coghill
Henry Maupin
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd (Ashby's) Cav
Pension: S9164
Additional Notes: 
James McCarty
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Vol Inf Co C
Pension: 312.430
Additional Notes: Enlisted Aug.9,1861. After discharge he was unable to do manuel labor due to disease of the spine, brain,shortness of breath& heart problems.He married Oliva Branscomb Aug.1841
She died July 30,1885.
Children:
Elizabeth Angeline b. Apr.23,1846
Martha Melvina b. Jan.16,1848
Joseph Lafayette b. Nnov.27,1849
James Wesley b. Feb.5,1852
Thomas Marshall b.Aug 1,1854
Isaac Melvil b.Oct.21,1856
Daniel Franklin b. Apr.15,1859
Sarah Jane b.Feb.16,1861
Horace Maynard b.July 28,1865
He died after 1901.
Buried in Lamarr Cemetery,Claiborne Co.
No dates on headstone.
Submitted by: Carol Woodward
Wm H. McCarty
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co H
Pension: 209.505
Additional Notes: Enlisted July 12,1863 at Camp Nelson,KY.Married Dicy Munday Jan.1,1863in Campbell Co. He was injured when his horse fell over an embankment while on courier duty.
Children:
Olive M. b. Aug.3,1864
James L. b. July 12,1866
Joshua L. b. Sept.6,1867
David F. b. March 17,1869
Mary F. b.Nov.23,1870
Martha E. b.Sept.26,1872
He died July 3,1872
He is buried in Lamarr Cemetery, Claiborne Co.
Submitted by: Carol Woodward
James McCulley
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
McCULLY, James (pension applied for) Pvt Age: 24 - Born: Campbell Co., TN 
Submitted by: Cindy Lou Palmer
Grave at Glade Springs Baptist Church
William McCulley
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
McCULLY, William Pvt Age: 25 Born: Campbell Co., TN - Deserted April 24, 1864 at Camp Catlett - 1890: Living at Lorraine, Rhea Co., TN 
Submitted by: Cindy Lou Palmer
James McFall
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd TN Reg. Cav Co B
Pension: 76860
Additional Notes: Submitted by Dennis W. King
James McFall; Company B, 2nd Regiment of Tennessee Cavalry; Federal; Pension No. 76860 for wife and children; Killed in action at Decatur, Alabama, on October 28, 1864; wife was Mary A. King; children: Mary, Arther, Wyley, Malinda, and Marcus.
William McLane
Rank:
Unit: Co. C TN Inf
Pension:
Additional Notes: buried in Bowman Cemetery on Find-A-Grave
Submitted by: Helen L. Smith Hoke
Robert McLaughlin
Rank: Private
Unit: co.K,7th Regt.Ky.Cavalry
Pension:  
Additional Notes: Submitted by Keenan McLaughlin He's my Great-Grandfather who served under Gen.Nathan Bedford Forrest (1861-1865),was wounded at Battle of Shiloh April(1862)also Battle of Harrisburg July(1864).He had a brother who fought on the opposite side,name unknowen.
John McNeil
Rank: Private
Unit: TN Inf
Pension: W3098
Additional Notes: 
William Miles

Rank: PVY
Side: Union

Unit: 3rd Regt TN Vol Infantry
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Son of Elijah & Rebecca; Husband of #1 Sarah Ricketts and #2 Lucy Hopper.
Submitted by: Margy Miles

George W. Miller
Rank: Pvt
Unit: Co. H 9th TN Cav
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Baker's Forge Memorial Cemetery
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Harvey Miller
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co E
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Isaac Miller
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: Private
Additional Notes: Roster Info
MILLER, Isaac (pension applied for) Pvt Age: 24 - Born: Campbell Co., TN - Died in hospital #12 Nashville of typhoid fever, July 25, 1863 (listed in 1860 census at Isaac Jr. Miller age 23, with his fathers family)
Submitted by: Cindy Lou Palmer
James Miller
Rank: Private
Unit: 27th OH Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
James Miller
Rank: Private
Unit: 6th KY
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Lewis Miller
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th & 11th TN Reg
Side: Union
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Lewis Miller
Rank: pvt.
Unit:
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: trying to find out more info .lewis was my grandfather: name i would like to find out ,he lived at cedar creek ,lafollette my father john henry,miller was also born at cedar creek campbell county tn. he had 3, brothers james e. miller .sterling miller, robert miller. my address is 340 butter & egg rd. jacksboro,tn. my home phone 423-562-8840 my cell,is 865-617-1216 thank you.
Submitted by: j.c. miller
Mike Miller
Rank: Private
Unit: 7th TN Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Sterling Miller
Rank: Private
Unit: 7th TN Inf Co F
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Thomas Miller
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd TN Inf
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
William Miller
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
William Mills
Rank:
Unit: Co. C. 30th Ky Inf
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: William's son, George, married my Grandfather's half sister, Pearl Heatherly Mills
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Anthony N. Montgomery
Rank: Pvt.
Unit: Co. F 6th TN Cav
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Anthony Montgomery (1838-1908) was re-interned at Baker's Forge Memorial by TVA from the Montgomery Family Cemetery near Cedar Creek when Norris Lake was formed
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Samuel D. Moore
Rank: Private
Unit: 19th TN Inf Co B
Pension: S1936
Additional Notes: 
W. R. Morris
Rank: Private
Unit: 25th TN Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
William "Asbury" Morton
Rank: Sgt. then 2nd Lt.
Unit: Co. B 11TN Cav, Co. H 9th TN C
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: William "Asbury" Morton's wife, Elizabeth Ridenour Morton, was a first cousin to my Great-Great- Great Grandmother, Barbara Cooper Sharp. He was re-interned at Baker's Forge Memorial by TVA from Mt. Moriah Methodist Church in Anderson County when Norris Lake was formed.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
J. H. Moss
Rank: Private
Unit: 48th VA Inf
Pension: S8618
Additional Notes: 
Benjamin Mozingo
Rank: Sergeant
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co G
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Buried in the Queener Cemetery
Submitted by: Helen L. Smith Hoke
Isaac Mozingo
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co I
Pension: 
Additional Notes: b. 3/30/1844
d. 12/9/1906
Submitted by: Helen L. Smith Hoke
Marshall Mozingo
Rank: Sergeant
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co G
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 9th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry 
Organized at Knoxville, Tenn., August 13, 1863. Joined DeCourcy at Crab Orchard, Ky., September 24, 1863. Attached to District of North Central Kentucky, Dept. of the Ohio, to April, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 4th Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Cumberland, to October, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 4th Division, Cavalry Corps, Military Division Mississippi, to November, 1864. District of East Tennessee, Dept. of the Cumberland, to March, 1865. 3rd Brigade, Cavalry Division, District of East Tennessee, to July, 1865. Cavalry Brigade, District of East Tenneseee, to September, 1865.

SERVICE.-Duty at Crab Orchard, Ky., till October, 1863. (A Detachment on march to Cumberland Gap September 24-October 3, 1863, and operations about there.) Duty in District of East Tennessee, at Knoxville, Nashville and on line of the Nashville & Chattanooga Railroad, and at Bull's Gap, Tenn., till October, 1864. Rogersville August 21, 1864. Pursuit to Greenville August 21-23. Blue Springs August 23. Operations in East Tennessee August 29-September 4. Park Gap and Greenville September 4. Death of Gen. J. H. Morgan. Gillem's Expedition from East Tennessee toward Southwest Virginia September 20-October 17. Rheatown September 28. Watauga River September 29. Carter's Station September 29-October 1. Operations in East Tennessee October 10-28. Greenville October 12. Bull's Gap October 16. Clinch Mountain October 18. Clinch Valley, near Sneedsville, October 21. Mossy Creek and Panther Gap October 27. Morristown and Russellville October 28. Operations against Breckenridge's adva! nce into East Tennessee November 4-17. Russellville November 11. Bull's Gap November 11-14. Russellville November 14. Strawberry Plains November 16-17. Flat Creek November 17. Stoneman's Expedition to Saltsville, Va., December 10-29. Big Spring, near Rogersville, December 12. Kingsport December 13. Glade Springs December 15. Marion and capture of Wytheville December 16. Mt. Airy December 17. Engagement near Marion December 17-18. Capture and destruction of Saltville December 20-21. Duty in East Tennessee till March, 1865. Stoneman's Raid into Southwest Virginia and Western North Carolina March 21-April 25. Wytheville April 6. Shallow Ford and near Mocksville, N.C., April 11. Salisbury April 12. Catawba River April 17. Swannanoa Gap, N. C., April 20. Near Hendersonville April 23. Duty in East Tennes! see till September. Mustered out September 11, 1865. 
Submitted by: Helen L. Smith Hoke
James C. Murray
Rank: Privt
Unit: 9th TN Inf Co C & I
Pension: 325397
Additional Notes: James C. Murray died 18 sept 1881, buried Perkins Cemetery in Chaska, Tn. on Harley Reeses farm. Enrolled at boston ky 11 aug 1863 for a period of 3 yrs. His first wife Stacey walden died june 1863, and they had one child, Mary ann murray, born mar 1860 who married william s. wilburn. anyway, he was discharged because of lung disease and insanity, he also was wounded in the left hand at the fight at bulls run about nov 1864. his second wife was sarah hatfield who appliped for a widows pension in 1888. james died at home 18 sept 1881, campbell co., tn. In an affidivate by james campbell, he states he worked him on his farm but was not able to do much work or work for a long periods of time, he got worse and hid out in the wood like a wild man and his fathers family would carry food and provision to him to live on for weeks or months. he could not work because he was unreliable and his mind was partially deranged... sad story..mj bryant
Submitted by: M J Bryant
Archibald Myers
Rank: Captain
Unit: 6th TN Inf Co F
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Doctor Sterling Nations
Rank: Private
Unit: 6th East TN Inf Co G
Pension: 602533 & 693615
Additional Notes: Submitted by Dennis W. King Doctor Sterling Nations; Company G, 6th Regiment, East Tennessee Infantry; Federal; served from 10 May 1862 - 13 May 1865; pension # 602533, wife's later application No. 693615; wife: Jane Ogle; children: none.
Benjamin F. Newby
Rank: Private
Unit: 1 Reg't East Tenn.Infantry Company A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Submitted by Terri Durham
Benjamin F. Newby enrolled for duty on August 1, 1861 in Jacksborough, Tennessee as a Private with Capt. Phillips' Co. B, 1st Regiment, East Tennessee Infantry. He mustered-in on August 16, 1861 in Barbourville, Kentucky and mustered out on September 17, 1864 in Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 23. Records obtained from the National archives.
Joseph W. Newby
Rank: Private
Unit: 1 Reg't East Tenn.Infantry 
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Submitted by Terri Durham
Joseph W. Newby, Private, Capt. Phillips' Co., 1 Reg't East Tenn.Infantry joined for duty and enrolled August 1, 1861 in Jacksboroug, TN. Mustered in on August 16, 1861 in Barbourville, KY. Died of fever on February 26, 1862 in Barbourville, KY. Records obtained from the National archives.
Bushrod Jackson Newlon
Rank: Private
Unit: Co. A,43rd.Battalion,Virginia
Pension: S13436-W7859
Additional Notes: Buried at Jellico Cemetery in Jellico, Tennessee.
I am the great grandson of Bushrod Jackson Newlon, pension application S13436. Bushrod Jackson Newlon was in the 43rd. Battalion of the Virginia Calvary. He was born in Faquier County, Virginia on April 5, 1845 and died at Knoxville, Tennessee on December 3, 1922. He was married to Elizabeth Worsham Newlon. Her pension application is # W7859. Both are buried at Jellico Cemetery in Campbell County, Tennessee.
He was captured and was a POW at Old Capital in Washington and at Point Lookout, Maryland. He was exchanged at City Point in March of 1864 and got out of the army in the wind up at Winchester, Virginia on April 22, 1865. The known battles that he was in according to his pension application are: Warrenton Station, Fairfax Courthouse, Greenwich, Upperville, Middleburg, and Berryville.
His son-in law (my Grandfather) was Dr. John P Lindsey. Dr. Lindsey was the oldest practicing Doctor in Campbell County when he died in 1953. He is buried at Jacksboro.

Submitted by: James K. Enochs, Jr.
Isaac Oaks
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st Reg. TN Lt. Art. Volunteers, Co E - USA
Pension: 58798 & 140,843
Additional Notes: Submitted by Joan Rutter 2nd great grand daughter. Isaac was born in Campbell Co., was married in Campbell Co. to Mariah Butler on August 30, 1850. He enlisted in Knoxville, died of Jaundice near Nashville January 16, 1864 at age 38. Burial Nashville National Cemetery, Nashville, TN, Marker #2978. They had five sons: William Cary, John Robert, Jacob, Rufus and Fredrick.
Submitted by: Joan Rutter
John Orick
Rank: Private
Unit: Co B 9th Tennessee Vol Cav
Side: Union
Pension: 774307
Additional Notes:
Submitted by: Leigh Ann (Partin) Boyd
Russell Orick
Rank: Private
Unit: 7th Regiment, Tennessee Mount.
Side: Union
Pension: May 4,1898 Pension was filed
Additional Notes: Voluteered Clinton TN. Nov. 8, 1864 Discharged Nashville July 27,1865
Submitted by: Sherman Orick
Raphael Owens
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
OWENS, Raphael Pvt Age: 23 - Born: Campbell Co., TN; occupation: printer - Died May 14, 1865 of diarrhea on board steamer "D.A. January" crossing the Gulf, was buried at New Orleans, LA
Submitted by: Cindy Lou Palmer
Isaac Oxford
Rank: Private
Unit: TN Inf
Pension: W4348
Additional Notes: 
Squire Paul
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
PAUL, Squire (pension appled for) Pvt Age: 21 - Born: Campbell Co., TN - 1890: Living at Jacksboro, Campbell Co., TN
Submitted by: Cindy Lou Palmer
George Pennington
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Martin Pennington
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
James B. Perkins
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Lewis Perkins
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Riley Perkins
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Samuel Petree
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd (Ashby's) Cavalry Co. D
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Pvt. Calvin Barton Phillips
Rank: Pvt.
Unit: 9th Regiment TN Calvary, Co C
Pension: 313148
Additional Notes: Pvt. Calvin B. Phillips (1846-1876) of 9th Regiment TN Calvary, Co C U.S. enrolled Oct. 20, 1863 at Fincastle. Survived typhoid and serious equistrian accident at Bulls Gap and honorably discharged and mustered out at Knoxville, TN Sept. 11, 1865. Married Sarah Johnson 1866. Died Jacksboro 1876, buried Stout-Dossett. Brothers Lt.Col. Milton L. Phillps and Lt. John F. Phillips also in Union Army. Son of John Phillips (1810-1862) and Catherine Wilcox Phillips (1815-1898). Submitted by Donald J. Phillips Roswell, GA
Submitted by: Donald J. Phillips, Roswell, GA
Charlie Phillips
Rank: Sgt.
Unit: 5 TN CAV
Pension:
Additional Notes: d. 1923 Buried in Phillips Cemetery
Submitted by: Helen L. Smith Hoke
John Foster Phillips
Rank: Lieutenant
Unit: 1st TN Inf. Co B
Pension: 407884
Additional Notes: Lieutenant John F. Phillips (1842-1872/3)enrolled in Union Army, Jacksboro Aug. 1, 1861. Mustered in as Sergeant and elevated to rank of Lieutenant at Camp Dick Robinson. Gunshot wound in left hip. Married Martha Jane McNew of Campbell Co. Nov. 13, 1863. Mustered out at Knoxville Sept. 20, 1864. Buried at Stout-Dossett Cemetery. Brothers Lt. Col. Milton L. Phillips in 1st Regiment TN Infantry, Co B, U.S. and Pvt. Calvin Barton Phillips in 9th TN Calvary Co C, U.S. Son of John Phillips(1810-1862) and Catherine Wilcox Phillips(1815-1898).
Submitted by: Donald J. Phillips
Lt. Col. Milton L. Phillips
Rank: Lieutenant Colonel
Unit: 1st Regiment TN Infantry, Co B
Pension: 218436
Additional Notes: Lt. Col. Milton Leith Phillips (1838-1863) enrolled Aug. 1, 1861 Jacksboro. Mustered in as Capt. Barboursville, KY and promoted to Lt. Col. Cumberland Ford, KY March 15, 1862. Rec'd honorable mention as "distinguishing himself in battle" by Brig. Gen. James G. Spears in his report of Battle of Murfreesboro. Provost Marshall Knoxville 1863. Died of tuberculosis Dec. 25, 1863. Buried Stout-Dossett Cemetery. Brothers Lt. John F. Phillips and Pvt. Calvin B. Phillips also in Civil War Union Army. Son of John Phillips (1810-1862) and Catherine Wilcox Phillips (1815-1898). Submitted by Donald J. Phillips, Roswell, GA
Submitted by: Donald J. Phillips, Roswell, GA
Clinton Pierce
Rank: Private
Unit: Co. B 8th TN Cav.
Pension:
Additional Notes:
Submitted by: Janet Deck
Jacob Pierce
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf. Co. C
Pension: 886.294 and 712.200
Additional Notes: Submitted by Name: Janet Deck
Enlisted August1862 under Captain Alfred Aytse, discharged in August 1865 at Nashville. Born c. 1827, dropped from pension rolls in May 1895 for failure to claim. Jacob lived in Campbell and Union Counties. No family information is given in file. I believe Jacob is the son of John and Martha Pierce of Campbell County and younger brother of James, Peter and Thomas. Jacob's wife was Martha, children: John, Peter, Martha, Mary, Eliza, Elisabeth, Susan, Charity, James and Elvira. By the time of the 1880 census, Jacob and family had moved to Union County. Affidavits given by Mary Rogers and W. D. Rucker.
John Pierce
Rank: Private
Unit: Co. B 1st TN Infantry
Pension:
Additional Notes:
Submitted by: Janet Deck
Peter Pierce
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf. Co. B
Pension: 128.335
Additional Notes: Submitted by Name: Janet Deck
Peter Pierce, Private 1st TN Inf. Co. B.  Soldier's Certificate 506099/Disability Pension 128.335.  Enrolled age 44 at Jacksboro 8/1/61. Captured in Campbell County [charged w/ bridge burning per military file)on 4/25/1862 and released 3/17/63. Returned to duty, mustered out 9/17/1864.
Additional Info: Peter is son of John and Martha Pierce. Married first Jane Usher. Second Margaret Leach c. 1836. Children mentioned in file Alice Parrot [b. c. 1865] and Clinton (my great grandfather).  Other children b. 1838-1858: Thomas, John, James, Jacob,Enoch/Eneas, Robert L., Elizabeth, William, and Peter.  Margaret 1817-1869, Peter 1816-1902, and John 1772-1865 are buried at Shutters Cemetery. Martha 1790-1868 is buried at Flat Hollow.
Peter Pierce
Rank: Private
Unit: Co B 8th TN Cavalry
Pension:
Additional Notes:
Submitted by: Janet Deck
Thomas Pierce
Rank: 2nd Lieutenant
Unit: Co B 1st TN Vol.
Pension: 127707
Additional Notes: Enlisted August 1, 1861 at Jacksboro, TN for 3 years. Died during service of disease January 17, 1863. Thomas was married first to Mary Leach c. 1840. Their children: Jane, Elizabeth, Hester Ann, Peter and William. He married Hester Ann Monday, daughter of Samuel and Delilah Rogers Monday, on May 22, 1959. They had one son, Thomas Fletcher. Thomas is buried at Green Cemetery 1 #122 in Flat Hollow, Campbell County. Hester Ann was dropped from pension rolls on November 4, 1895 due to death. Her burial location is unknown. I believe Thomas to be the brother of Peter, Jacob and James.
Submitted by: Janet Deck
William A. Pierce
Rank: Sergeant
Unit: Co. B 11th TN Cav & Co. H 9th TN Cav
Pension: 312-382
Additional Notes: Submitted by Name: Janet Deck
William A. Pierce, Pension File 312-382. Mustered in as Private, Co. B 11th TN Cavalry 8/15/1863 out as Sergeant, Co. H 9th TN Cavalry 9/11/1865.
William b. 1827-1912 is the son of James and Mary Sloan Pierce. Married Catherine Richardson 10/26/46. Children: Susan, Mary C. James A., William A., Martha E., Daniel, SARAH, Abraham, Winfield Scott, Benjamin.
Catherine, William and most of their children are buried at Flat Hollow.
Jordan Powell
Rank: Pvt
Unit: Co. C 7th TN MTD Inf.
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Jordan Powell (1848-1911) was re-interned at Baker's Forge Memorial by TVA from the Old Baker's Forge in Sugar Hollow when Norris Lake was formed.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Benjamin Prater
Rank: Private
Unit: 13th KY Cav Co K
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Hargis Prater
Rank: Private
Unit: 13th KY Cav Co K
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Thomas M. Prater
Rank: Private
Unit: 13th KY Cav Co K
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Linville Price
Rank: Private
Unit: 34th NC Inf
Pension: S14489
Additional Notes: 
W7621
William Pyle
Rank: Private
Unit: 6th TN Inf Co E
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 

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