Tennesseans in the Civil War
Federal Cavalry Units

 


3RD TENNESSEE MOUNTED
INFANTRY REGIMENT, U.S.A.

Organized at Loudon, Strawberry Plains and Knoxville, in fall of 1864.

FIELD OFFICERS

CAPTAINS

The report of Adjutant General J. P Brownlow, State of Tennessee, dated March 1, 1866, stated this was a three-months organization, and did no service, never being fully organized. Dyer's Compendium mentions a skirmish at Lee's Ferry on September 6, and at Greeneville, on October 12, 1864. No reference to the regiment was found in the Official Records.

 



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