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
Company E was raised in Smith County, Tennessee, organized at New Middleton, and mustered into service at Epperson Springs, in Macon County, Tennessee, on the 17th day of October, 1861. The following is the roll of said company:
d. - indicates "deceased" in 1886
l. - indicates "living" in 1886
* - indicates present at the surrender
Cates, A. B., Captain.
Eastes, J. M., First Lieutenant. Made Captian in 1863. Mortally wounded July 13th, 1864.
High, B. A., Second Lieutenant, l.
Bowen, John, Third Lieutenant.
Allen, Tobe, l.
Allen, Riley, l.
Andrews, Sam, d.
Boulton, Gideon, d.
Boram, Merido, d. Captured near New Middleton, Tenn.
Barrett, George, d.
Barrett, I. Jock, d. Captured at Rienzi, Miss., August 26, 1862.
BRADFORD, J. R. Bugler of Seventh Battalion and Second Tennessee Regiment. died near New Middleton in 1862.
Bayken, Jink, d.
Clark, William, died at Corinth.
Denney, Brown, l.
Dickerson, Tom, died in West Tennessee.
Dickerson, James, died since the war.
EASTES, THO. J. Wounded Aug. 8, 1863, while on private scout. Now (1887) a Baptist preacher.
FULLER, THO., l. Was a prisoner from September 9th, 1863, to March 3d, 1865.
Fultes, J. D., l.
Huddleston, Coon, l. Captured in Wilson County, Tennessee.
Hogge, Vit, killed in Smith County, Tennseess.
Hoges, Robert, died at Corinth, Mississippi.
Jones, Dan, d.
Johnson, Shed., l.
Luster, J. B. Quartermaster of Seventh Battalion, Now (1887) editor of Carthage Mirror.
Lawrence, J. J.
Matthews, Mat., l.
McGhee, Charlie, d.
MOORE, B. H., l. Orderly Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain, Wounded in December, 1864.
Minton, Carroll, l.
Merritt, A. V., l.
Moore, Dudley, l.
Nichol, Wm., killed at Murfreesboro December 7, 1864.
Nichol, George, l.
POPE, N. C., l. Wounded at Paducah March 25, 1864.
Paschal, M. F. M. Captured July 13, 1864. Died in December 1886.
Reeves, David, killed October 26, 1863--”Tory fight.”
ROBERTSON, DAVE, d.
Robertson, William R., killed October 1st, 1862, by Kansas jayhawkers.
Robertson, A. A., l. Captured Sept, 27, 1862, by Seventh Kansas.
Rittenberry, L. J., d.
STEPHENS, JOHN, d.
Sanders, John, d.
SQUIRES, WILLIAM, died ten days after his return home.
SADDLER, WILLIAM, l. Wounded on Hood raid while private scout for General Buford.
Sampson, J., l.
TYREE, JOHN, l.
Thompson, William, killed July 13, 1864, by sun-stroke.
Thompson, V. D. (Tobe), l. Captured Dec. 25, 1864.
Trousdale, Harvey, died at Corinth, Miss., in 1862.
Williams, Barnett, d.
Wooton, John, l.
West, W. C., living near Carthage, Wunded July 14th, 1864.
Wilkerson, Dock, l.
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