7th Cavalry Battalion
Transcribed by Linda Rives
Hancock's Diary or A History of the Second Tennessee Confederate Cavalry
Published in 1887
The "Tennessee and the Civil War" Project wishes to thank Linda for transcribing this information.
COMPANY ROLLS OF BENNETT’S BATTALION
The following is the roll of Company A. Seventh Battalion Tennessee Cavalry:
d. - indicates "deceased" in 1886
l. - indicates "living" in 1886
* - indicates present at the surrender
Bonde, H. B., Captain, Living in Texas.
Montgomery, W. M., First Lieutenant, l.
Love, George, Second Lieutenant. KIlled at Fort Pillow.
Love, T. R., Third Lieutenant, Living in Sumner County.
Treadway, X. V., First Sergeant.*
Hamilton, T. P., Second Sergeant, l.
Solomon, H., Third Sergeant. Discharged and killed by accident.
Duncan, Fourth Sergeant.* Captured at Medon, West Tennessee, and mortally wounded July 15, 1864.
Bullock, Ed. First Corporal.
Styles, John, Secdon Corporal. Living in Arkansas.
Buck Elias, Third Corporal. Died since the war.
Johnson, G. W., Fourth Corporal. l.
Ayers, William. Killed near Paducah March 25th, 1864.
Bayless, Richard, l.
Barnes, Tho. Captured at Columbia and died in praison.
Brazzel, Henry. l.
Blackmore, A. J., l.
Brown, George. Killed at Tory fight.
Brown, William. Wounded and captured at Medon, Tennessee, and mortally wounded July 14, 1864.
Baley, Ed., l. Captured at Corinth while courier for General Beal.
Buck, John, l.
Belcher, John, l.
Clenny. Henry. l.
Carr, John D. Living at Hartsville. Wounded April 2d, 186.
Carter, W. M., l. Discharged at Corinth.
Cantrell, J. M. Living at Gallatin. Wounded July 14th, 1864.
Crocket, Tho., l.
Dodd, J. K. (Tobe), l. Wounded slightly at Medon, Tennessee; captured by Grierson raid, and wounded again at Fort Pillow in April, 1864.
Dobbins, G. B. Living in Kentucky.
Duffer, R. A.* Discharged at Corinth May, 1862.
Eaton, Alph. Died at Corinth in 1862.
Elliott, E. O. Living at Gallatin.
Elliott, S. F. Living in Sumner county. Transferred from W. B. Bate’s Regiment at Murfreesboro in February, 1862.
Franklin, John. Killed at Shiloh April 7th, 1862.
Feeling, William. l.
Franklin, S. C., l.
Franklin, A. R., l.
Faidley, Charles, Died at Gallatin of cholera in 1873.
Gillespie, Dr. J. F., l.
Holder, John, d. Discharged at Corinth in 1862.
Harlen, Stephen, l.
Harrel, John, l. Captured at Port Hudson, July, 1863, while courier for General Beale.
Henley, George. l. Captured with Hohn Harrel.
Henley, James. Captured near Bolivar, Tennessee; died at Camp Douglass.
Harris, O. B., d. Captured at Medon, Tennessee, in 1862.
Hunter, J. C. Killed at Shiloh, April 7th, 1862.
Harper, W. T., l.
Ireland, R. M., l.
Joiner, Tho., l.
Jarvis, J. L.*
King, Dempsey, l. Captured near Bolivar, Tennessee, and sent to Camp Douglass.
King, Joe, l.
Lee, Alfred, d.
Lee, John. Killed at Town Creek, July 15th, 1864.
Love, S. W. Living in Gallatin; wounded at Fort Pillow.
Love, H. E. Living in Gallatin.
Love, G. W. Killed accidentally since the war.
McCormack, James, l.
Martin J. D., l. Captured in Mississippi, but made his escape.
Moore, John, l.
Moses, S. D., l.
May, W. H., l.
Owsley, William. l.
Porter, Jack.* Captured at Woodburn, Kentucky, in 1862.
Rickman, W. T., l. Wounded July 13th, 1864.
Renfro, Pleas. Died at Corinth in 1862.
Ray, Alex., l.
Ray, Sid., l. Captured near Bolivar, Tennessee, sent to Camp Douglass.
Ryan, James, d. Wounded July 13th, 1864.
Shaw, James. Died in hospital at or near Okolona, in 1862.
Seay, William T.* Discharged at Corinth, May, 1862.
Tompkins, John. Living at Gallatin, Captured near Bolivar, Tennessee, and sent to Camp Douglass, Ill.
Thompson, John. Killed at Shiloh April 7th, 1862.
Wells, W. T., l. Captured at West Point, Mississippi, and sent to Camp Douglass, Ill.
Wells, James, l.
Williamson, Rush, d.
Wilson, R. I., l.
Youree, Peter, l.
Youree, Charles, l.
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