Transcribed by Sue Bowers
Extracted from "HISTORY of the Twentieth Tennessee Regiment CSA"
Published in 1904
The "Tennessee and the Civil War" Project wishes to thank Sue for transcribing this information.
The Roster for Company A from May 15th, 1861 to April 1865 at Greensboro, N. C. was as follows:
Captain, W. L. Foster Resigned during the winter of 1861; Dead.
1st Lieutenant, Bailey Peyton. Killed at battle of Fishing Creek, KY., Jan. 19, 1862
Lieutenant, Albert Roberts Promoted to Captain and resigned May, 1862. Died in Nashville, Tenn. July 15, 1895.
Lieutenant, W. E. DeMoss Resigned in the
spring of 1862, helped to raise 10th Tennessee Calvery Regiment and was
elected its Colonel, and died a few years after the war at his home in
Davidson County, Tenn.
Orville Ewing, Orderly Sergeant, promoted to Asst. Adjutant General on W. H. Walker's staff. Killed at Murfreesboro, 1862.
Alford, C. H. Dead. (Date and place unknown)
Allen, J. R. Now at Soldier's Home.
Alloway, O. L. Dead. (Date and place unknown)
Anglen, Dave Died at Mill Springs, KY.
Baker, F. M. Killed with General Morgan.
Baker, W. T. City Judge of Nashville.
Berry, Rann Living near Gallatin.
Bradford, John Living at Belleview.
Bradford, Edward Dead.
Brady, James Dead.
Burt, W. H. Living at Lavergne.
Cannady, Madison J. Wounded at Baton Rouge, died after the war.
Cathey, Sam Dead.
Cathey, John Killed at Fishing Creek.
Cato, John Died while at Knoxville.
Cato, L. E. Promoted Sergeant Major at re-organization; Killed at Murfreesboro, Friday, Jan. 2nd 1863.
Cheek, Hardy Died at Rome, GA.
Chilcote, A. B. Living at Chesla, Indian Territory.
Clardy, T. R. Dead.
Corley, Seth Dead
Craighead, W. R.
Crutcher, L. W. Dead.
Davidson, J. T. Dead.
Dawson, J. R. Died at Soldier's Home.
Dix, Robert Dead
Elliot, L. T.
Evans, W. W. Almost mortally wounded at Chickamauga, now living at Fairfield.
Ewin, W. G. Promoted to Captain, lost his leg at Kennesaw Mt., June 27, 1964. Died July 30, 1882.
Frazier, J. H. Died at Murfreesboro.
Frazier, Thomas Dead.
Frazier, W. B. Member of the Nashville Police Force.
Graves, Henry Wounded at Fishing Creek, now living at Nashville.
Greer, J. S. Living at Bellview.
Greer, John Living at Bellview.
Ham, A. Living at Narrows of Harpeth, Tennessee.
Hanly, Timothy Dead.
Harland, Joseph Dead.
Harrison, B. O. Dead.
Hawkins, Henry Dead.
Higgins, Valentine Dead.
Hill, W. H. Dead
Hite, James H. Dead.
Hobbs, Henry Killed at Shiloh.
Hogan, J. W. Dead.
Hull, Robert Killed at Chickamauga, Sept. 19th, 1863.
Jacobs, W. T.
Kahn, Julius Killed at Chickamauga.
Kennedy, William 4th Corporal, elected Lieutenant at re-orginization, wounded several times, losing his thumb by fragment of the bomb shell that caused Capt. Ewin to lose his leg. Died after close of the war.
King, Anthony Dead.
Lewis, Jno. Dead.
Lowery, James Killed at Fishing Creek.
McAllister, W. Dead.
McCross, Tom Dead.
McNicholas, James Dead.
McQuerry, G. W. Dead.
Morris, A. J.
Moss, Charles Dead.
Newsom, J. D. Dead.
Newsom, Jno. Dead.
Nicholson, N. J. Dead.
Owen, B. T. Dead.
Patterson, J. E. Color Bearer; badly wounded at Fishing Creek. Dead.
Pentacost, J. C. Dead.
Porch, J. H. Dead.
Porch, W. T. Living at Bakerville, Tenn.
Richardson, T. G. Killed by negro soldier in Miss. while on furlough.
Robertson, H. Dead.
Robertson, W. J. Appointed Corporal at organization in 1861; transferred to Cavalry in 1862, and promoted to a Captaincy in the Tenth Tennessee Cavalry Regiment. Wounded severely with Forrest at Murfreesboro; died recently.
Russell, J. H. Dead.
Rutland, J. A. Dead.
Shute, Abe Dead.
Shute, W. W. Promoted to 1st Lieut., now living in Nashville.
Sneed, Thomas H. Living in Nashville, badly wounded.
Stevens, W. H. Dead.
Stevenson, J. R. Dead.
Stewart, F. M. Dead.
Swift, Ed Killed at Kennesaw Mtn.
Tigue, A. Dead.
Turner, A. G. Living in Texas.
Waldren, Patrick Dead.
Williams, W. A. Dead.
Williams, Philip Dead.
Wiles, W. A.
Severely Wounded at battle of Shiloh from which
he never recovered; died in 1901.
Wolfe, Henry F. Died several years after the war.
Work, J. W. Dead.
Wynn, A. J.
Total Rank and File, 94 men.
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