Privates: J. F. Ray, W. L. Jackson, J. M. Jarrell, T. V. Jones, A. J. Jarrell, W. G. Reavis, W. W. Harman,
I. Williams, W. C. Dickens, J. A. Holcomb, J. A. Brooks, C. M. Clark, Tom Anderson, W. Blacker, A. J. Cleck, W.
J. Clark, J. W. Cunningham, E. G. Davis, G. B. Dawson, Linsley Evins, R. C. Eaton, T. J. Fisher, J. H. Griffin,
W. J. Gordon, J. N. Gibson, J. L. Hill, J. T. Harris, G. Ivy, James and John Jones, T. J. Little, W. S. Lacey,
E. Lockhart, G. Little, M.D., J. H. Moon, J. P. Mankin, J. C. McMinn, L. Moore, J. C. Matthews, I. Norvill, G.
Primrose, R. J. Patton,
J. A. Rollins, C. S. Richard, S. J. Riner, M. Shoffner, J. D. Sanders, James C . Turner,
R. F. and W. W. Tindell, J. H. Webster, W. W. Waide, V. H. Wright, H. P. Watkins, Joseph A. White, P. M. Melton,
Berry Bruton, S. J. Cheek, M. C. Davis, J. Hashaw, John Hyde, H. J. Johnson, George Ross, W. J. Shaw, H. F. Sutton,
W. McMurry, J. M. Bearden, R. Brown, R. M. Dromgoole, A. R. Hashaw, P. M. Odum, J. B. Summers, H. V. Stahum, A.
D. Hopkins, Robert F. Smith, J. W. Tredinger, John Williams, N. S. Brownsheres, W. Davis, W. H. Johnson, J. W.
Smith, A. J. J. Horton.
Killed: P. M. Melton, Berry Bruton, S. J. Cheek, M. C. Davis, James Hashaw, John Hyde, H. J. Johnson, George
Ross, W. J. Shaw, all at Wells Hill September 28, 1864. Died: William McMurry, May 21, 1866; M. Bearden, April
7, 1865; R. Baugh, January 10, 1865; R. M. Dromgoole, lost on the steamer Sultana.
Company B, officers: First sergeant, J. M. Whitten; second sergeant, W. T. Hopper; corporals, E. J. Spencer,
L.W. Dawson, B. F. Parlon.
Privates: J. Austin, G. W. Anglin, M. M. Brison, J. Black, John Burks, J. M. Chapman, J. R. Chapman, W.
Cheek, H. J. Crow, W. A. Cooper, H. T. Forbes, H. Gorman, R. Holliday, W. H. Harland, R. Howard, M. L. Inge, A.
F. Ingle, T. Johnson, James Keyton, J. Louden, J. H. Moore, T. Martingale, C. Newland, J. Prime, R. J. Rankin,
W. W. Robinson, H. Riner, J. A. Robinson, J. K. Stone, M. Spencer, J. Shelton, D.
D. Sanders, A. Tibbets, P. Trease, M. A. Thompson, W. W. Whitby, W. M. Whitehorn,
J. Weaver, N. A. Whitehorn, M. P. Henry, D. S. Ingle, J. W. Whitehorn, J. A. Griffin, J. Golden, I. Trotter, John
Died: J. A. Griffin, April 15, 1865; J. Golden, 1865; I. Trotter, May 18, 1865.
Company C, officers: Captain, A. C. Card; lieutenants, W. B. Overcast, R. Wiley; sergeants, E. D. Jones,
J. E. Austin, W. N. Austin, James Greer, L. T. Larue; corporals, M. D. Smith, W. H. Stephenson, J. B. Cherry, J.
S. Reese, Thomas Gore, J. S. Gibson, W. S. Cavett, John Armstrong, G. B. Baker.
Privates: W. H. Stephenson, J. B. Cherry, J. S. Reese, T. G. Gee, J. E. Gibson, W. S. Cavett, John Armstrong,
G. B. Baker, W. Baldwin, H. Bledsoe, J. Barron, L. F. Cain, H. Clark, G. W. Clark, W. H. Clark, W. J. Cochran,
Peter Cochran, J. E. Cooper, A. Crane, N. B. Daniel, E. P. Estes, L.C.C. Estes, P. T. Fisher, J. L. Foster, J.
E. Fox, J. Freeman, F. E. Glasscock, G. Glasscock, T. H. Grey, J. Hall, J. P. Hoskins, W. D. Hill, T. Johnson,
W. Johnson, W. H. Kiser, J. O. Cumpie, A. Lamb, T. H. Lamb, G. W. Lock, David Lynch, W. G. Lynch, W. Malone, J.
W. Mallard, H. E. McGowan, W. Melton, J. Moore, J. H. Neely, J. M. Orr, C. Overcast, A. Perryman, W. R. Posey,
J. J. Reeves, G. W. Reece, J. W. Reed, S. A. Rundle, A. Shaw, Joab Slawtre, Hiram, J. A., and J. G. Smith, J. L.
Stallings, J. Stone, C. Tarwater, J. H. Tucker, N. Walker, S. Williams, J. T. Glasscock, T. J. Hopper, I. D. Smith,
Henry Thomas, Robert Wiley,
T. F. Logsten, W. W. Waide, J. M. Austin, H. Holmes, Jonathan Johnson, H. L. McConnell,
C. Mitchell, H. C. Moore, J. W. Prince, E. Seatons, W. H. Wright.
Died: J. T. Glasscock, January 10, 1865; T. J. Hopper, February 5, 1865; I. D. Smith, Andersonville Prison,
March 10, 1865; Henry Thomas, of gunshot wounds in Bedford County.
Company D, officers: Captain, Norton E. Quinn; lieutenants, J. Henry Blackburn, T. G. Bratten; sergeants,
W. W. Colwell, J. B. Taylor, D. L. Floyd, J. W. Atwood, N. Hodges; corporals, J. A. Colwell, William Batts, John
W. Vandergrift, W. Lawson, N. E. Brandy, J. McAlexander, William Coffee, H. C. Jenkins.
Privates: P. Atkins, G. B. Anderson, J. A. Barnes, W. A. Barren, W. Bain, W. T. Blackburn, M. Bradley, A.
J. Bennett, J. J. Bennett, W. Bullard, A. Certui, L. D. Colwell, Andrew Chumley, J. C. Clemmons, T. Davis, D. H.
Davis, W. H. Fann, Joe B. Gilbert, C. W. Hollandsworth, J. D. Hall, T. J. Hays, Lawson Hall, T. J. Hale, John Herriman,
Stephen Herriman, Sam P. Herriman, J. C. Hiddon, J. L. Jenkins, J. B. Kyle, J. Kenton, M. J. Luck, Jesse Lafever,
C. Lawson, A. H. Leack, Bunk Malone, S. B. Morris, C. Mosby, T. Davis, W. Phillips, H. P. Pass, A. Ready, J. W.
Reynolds, J. O. Rich, John Robertson, G. Stevens, J. E. Tedder, A. H. Thomason, J. Tuggle, H. M. Tuggle, P. N.
Turner, George Turner, Henry Vandergriff, John Vandergriff, William Vandergriff, W. and
Thomas Veri, Sam Vannata, G. A. Vansell, O. D. Williams, M. Wilson, T. L. Ray, J.
F. Yeargin, O. D. Goodson, G. M. Jennings, W. A. Morgan, W. Benson, Irving Driver, W. L. Hathaway, T. Brennan,
Thomas Hays, John Hollandsworth, C. Peterson, A. Smithland.
Killed: O. D. Goodson, Cannon County, March 15, 1865, probably by guerrillas; J. M. Jennings, same; W. A.
Morgan, battle of Nashville, December 17, 1864. Died: W. Benson, May 10, 1865; Irving Driver, May 10, 1865.
Company E, officers: Captain, Macadoo Vannata; first lieutenant, M. C. Vick; second lieutenant, James Williams;
first sergeant, Bove Oakley; second sergeant, W. J. Crook; third sergeant, J. M. Johnson; fourth sergeant, George
Turner; fifth sergeant, G. W. Martin; corporals, C. Booker, A. C. Cox, Virgil Ray, J. Ricketts, H. McCork, A. Blythe,
C. Manners, F. A. Right; bugler, Len R. Scott; smith, G. W. Lanier.
Privates: J. N. Alexander, H. C. Bennett, J. Y. Bennett, T. Beadle, J. Crook, Tilman Crook, S. M. Christian,
Leonard Cantrell, J. Capshaw, William Conley, F. Culwell, J. W. Carroll, W. F. Craven, Berry Driver, H. H. Eskin,
H. M. Fite, S. L. Gay, Leman Hale, J. Hickman, J. C. Huchens, Thomas Hass, T. Harris, J. Harden, A. Harris, W.
R. Hill, J. Hill, J. Hodges, Francis Hollandsworth, S. Hughes, B. Hill, W. Jenkins, T. P. James, James Keaton,
William King, J. L. Kenard, J. Lawson, A. Lack, J. Manners, J. Maxfield, W. F. Metcalf, H. W. McGuire, Dous, John,
and Joseph Oakley, A. Pack, Barn Page, W. R. Parris, S. H. Patterson, P. Roberts,
J. H. Rany, J. F. Scott, R. Stewart, J. P. Smith, Manson Scott, Isaac Turner, J. Thomas, John M. Trammel, T. W.
Trammel, Thomas W. Turner, William I. Turner, Barney Taylor, T. I. Vance, E. Williams, B. G. Warren, Leonard F.
Woodside, E. C. Walker, W. J. Stokes, D. F. Floyd, Dallas Adkins.
Company F, officers: Captain, William L. Hathaway; first lieutenant, James H. White; second lieutenant,
Elijah Robinson; first sergeant, Ben Hall; second sergeant, Tom Curtis; third sergeant, James Robinson; fourth
sergeant, Seaborn Page; fifth sergeant, W. B. Corley; corporals, John Hendrixon, Jesse Farler, Ike Gibbs, Daniel
Hale, W. M. Moore, S. M. Pirtle, William Adamson, W. M. Short.
Privates: L. J. Allison, Joe M. Banks, Thomas Biford, J. R. Cantrell, J. B. Carter, Asa Driver, J. M. Dunlap,
Sim Estes, Isom Etheridge, Eli Evans, E. D. Fish, William Fitts, James Ford, Erastus D. Foster, Jonathan R. Fuson,
James H. Fuson, J. M. Gilbert, Len Hathaway, J. B. Hardinlay, Smith Hendrixon, James R. Hicks, R. Hill, E. D. Hutchens,
H. and I. C. Johnson, Tilman Joins, John Lasiter, Thomas Leadbetter, L. B. Linsey, J. Linsey, Giles, R. E., and
W. J. Martin, J. J. Maxwell, V. McIntire, S. Neal, J. M., A., John, and Jacob Pack, Allen Page, Erwin Page, Wash
Parsley, J. A. Parsley, J. F. Petit, J. E., Levi D., and C. H. Robinson, Ike Shehane, W. Snyder, E. Snow, John
Smithson, E., J. T., Chesley, Bailey, and
Henry Taylor, W. Thomas, Joseph Turner, R. Woodward, G. B. Woodward, J. M. Pack, A.
L. Cummings, J. B. Edney, F. P. Kephart.
Died: G. B. Woodward, J. M. Pack, April 8, 1865; A. L. Cummings, April 8, 1865.
Company G, officers: Captain, James P. Patey; first lieutenant, S. B. Whitlock; second lieutenant, James
A. Kitchings; first sergeant, G. E. Coatney; second sergeant, H. C. Barry; third sergeant, J. M. Enoch; fourth
sergeant, A. Gwaltney; fifth sergeant, J. B. Barber; corporals, T. H. Campbell, W. T. Allen, F. C. Allen, I. Manning.
Privates: Henry H. Jones, D. B. Gwaltney, W. Beasly, J. T. Highers, Jere Agee, J. D. Agee, W. B. Agee, F.
Adcock, Benjamin Allen, G. K. Baker, A. J. Baker, Turner Barrett, N. B. Boulton, J. Bray, P. J. Baker, Ben Bradley,
F. E. Buckner, L. Chandler, G. P. Campbell, A. H. Cowen, W. H. Corley, M. F. Coatney, Wamon Capshaw, William Cheek,
Thomas Clark, Sam Denny, D. R. Enoch, T. F. Estes, W. Fuller, J. B. Farmer, J. Frederick, A. B. Fuller, A. Girins,
John Gregory, C. G. Caskey, R. F. Hale, A. D. Helmantaler, W. D. Hudson, T. H. Hughes, J. Hunt, J. A. Hunt, Simeon
Highers, B. A. James, G. D. King, B. F. Kidwell, E. H. Liggin, W. J. Lance, J. W. Merritt, D. A. Macon, Burrel
Manning, T. B. Mathis, S. B. McDowel, S. W. Macon, William Moss, A. C., J., J. N., and T. Nolan, John Ogle, J.
G. Parton, James Preston, Moses Preston, James Pritchett, John Prentice, W. T. Stal-
ings, J. B. Smart, B. F., J. M., and W. J. Thomas, J. M. Watts, Dock Wilkerson, J.
N. Webb, G. Williams, Sam Winfrey, G. B. Boulton.
Company H, officers: First lieutenant, J. T. Thompson; second lieutenant, T. H. Berry; sergeants, T. D.
Sutney, James Weaver, J. R. Word, T. H. Lanham, J. W. Fisher; corporals, Paris Campbell, J. Campbell, D. S. Holt,
W. N. Ricks, D. T. Thomison, W. S. Stuart, E. A. Barbee, W. A. Jacobs.
Privates: T. M. Allen, S. H. Alexander, A. H. Ashworth, W. E. Bond, J. W. Berry, T. J., J. F., and James
F. Bell, W. Ball, G. and W. L. Biss, J. Berry, J. Bond, B. Craig, J. R. Cummings, J. H. Cunningham, B. Climer,
Jim W. Carney, A. N. Cummings, J. A. Cunningham, J. C. Edwards, Ben Elkins, L. A. Farmer, J. Griffin, W. H. Gill,
C. B. Griffin, J. Harrison, J. W. Herron, J. P. Henderson, L. F. Holland, J. W. James, William Kelly, H. B. Gurnan,
J. M. Gurnan, H. A. Midgit, Presley Merritt, R. M. Porterfield, S. T. Porterfield, G. W. Patterson, W. L. Singleton,
William Springs, G. Springs, E. Shadwick, S. Spears, Z. F. Spears, M. H. Thompson, J. R. Thompson, J. L., J. M.,
and A. Tanner, Thomas Tuggle, R. F. Thomas, W. Thompson, E. P. Tracy, I. N. Vaught, W. J. Vaught, M. A. Wallace,
R. H. Walker, M. Wintherly, G. W., A. P., Ben, and William Williams, C. C. Wood, C. H. Young, William Younger,
George Oakley, James Oakley, James Yates.
Died: James Oakley, of wounds, February 4, 1865.
Company I, officers; Captain, John Simpson; first lieutenant, H. C. Sanders; second
lieutenant, C. W. Meeker (later C. M. Pitts); first sergeant, G. W. Dimean; second sergeant, J. W. Fleman; third
sergeant, C. A. Bailiff; fourth sergeant, T. J. Wilburn; fifth sergeant, Joel Dodson; corporals, T. W. Johnson,
J. T. White, J. M. Haney, J. F. S. Hardaway, W. P. Conner, J. F. Rombo, J. C. Chambers, J. Walker.
Privates: R. M. Adams, W. S. Ashen, James Allen, A. G. Barnes, N. F. Bishop, J. M. Bankston, Bird L. Bates,
F. M. Barnett, D. O. Brown, F. M. Cassell, S. D. Eddie, D. C. Fleeman, D. G. Greer, C. G. Head, J. Head, J. Heath,
W. W. Heath, M. Hart, R. Harrington, S. House, C. Jones, N. F. Jones, C. Jordan, O. Jordon, Thomas Keath, John
Kirby, F. M. Keath, J. D. Lossen, James Laurence, Miles Leary, T. J. Lewis, R. J. Maxwell, A. Medley, L. McGinnis,
Alfred Morris, Thomas Malone, T. M. McCormack, J. A. Manley, J. F. and G. W. Majors, W. P. Maxwell, J. Mitchell,
Isham A. Morris, S. McCroy, H. Nolly, J. Penny, A. L. Perryman, D. E. Perryman, W. Pearce, J. Reaves, D. R. Roberts,
T. J. Riggs, T. L. Richardson, A. Riley, Ben Scaggs, J. H. Sandusky, W. F. Sandusky, J. J. Spray, P. Seay, T. Smith,
L. D. Smith, J. G. Smithson, J. T. Tanner, R. A. Thatch, J. R. Tubb, W. L. Todd, J. Wiley, J. Watson, L. D., W.
H., and R. P. Williams, J. W. Todd, J. Tolman, John C. Conner, T. J. Hart, W. H. McClaffity, F. Spurlock, T. J.
Welch, J. W. Armstrong, S. M. Baker, Eli Barnett, J. Baker, J. H. Crane, A. Gibbs, W. H. Gillan, W. J. Hollis,
J. E. Sweeler, G. W. Smith, J. W. Worley.
Died: John C. Conner, January 26, 1865; T. J. Hart, January 16, 1865; W. H. McClaffity,
February 16, 1865; F. Spurlock, February 8, 1865; T. J. Welch, February 8, 1865.
Company K, officers: Captain, Rufus Dowdy; first lieutenant, H. T. Smallage; second lieutenant, W. H. Wilhite;
first sergeant, John Parker; second sergeant, James Wilhite; third sergeant, E. M. Long; fourth sergeant, J. F.
Deck; fifth sergeant, F. Coatney; corporals, J. A. Hill, J. F. Mulligan, J. F. Koger, William Frederick, J. Cooper,
D . Godsey, J. Stover, J. R. Grimes.
Privates: H. Armis, John, W., and Van Allen, J. M. Boyle, L. P. Baker, M. M. Bryan, B. H. Bracher, E. Bird,
J. Bohanan, J. H. Briant, W. T. Curnley, John Courlington, E. Cash, H. Clark, D. C. Clark, Green P. Cantrell, H.
I. Cooper, W. H. Capshaw, J. Cargill, H. L. Dox, William Duese, J. Dickson, C. C. Fowler, F. M. Ferguson, William
Flowers, G. Goodman, William Green, J. Godsey, W. B. Hill, R. Highers, G. W. Hendrixson, D. H. Hall, W. B. Hoyder,
J. N. Johnson, R. M. Johnson, E. Jackson, L. Jackson, W. E. Jones, W. S. Kirby, L. Liles, J. F. Martin, Thomas
Mason, J. H. Moore, John Maries, James Maires, R. L. Newman, J. Prater, G. W. Plumlee, A. Parker, R. Poe, J. S.
Prater, G. W. Roberts, Jeff Reynolds, J. S., F., and A. Sliger, Asbury Scott, W. J. Smith, G. Stephens, S. Settle,
R. Savage, J. R. Sisson, D. M. Southerland, William H. Southerland, A. J. Sells, J. H. Smith, J. A. Stone, G. A.
Finch, A. J. Tucker, J. Whitaker, A.
J. Williams, Marshall Walker, W. B. Davis, J. P. Hill, W. L. Hunter, T. McNair, J.
E. Pritchard, W. A. Pritchard.
A. J. Garrison made up a company (G) which became a part of the First Federal Regiment of Mounted Infantry,
Col. A. E. Garrett. The regiment served mainly in the northeastern part of Middle Tennessee, having frequent encounters
with guerrillas. Captain Garrison was born in DeKalb County of a pioneer family. He probably died in Arkansas,
to which State he removed after the war.
Company G, officers: Captain, Andrew J. Garrison; lieutenants, L. N. Woodside, appointed March 21, 1864;
Elijah Bratten, appointed December 5, 1864.
Privates: Stephen Barnes, C. A. Coe, John Conley, H. M. Crook, M. Harris, Amos Gilly, John Hill, Joe Herryman
(1), Joe Herryman (2), B. Herrington, A. J. Hullet, William Jones, B. F. Jones, W. W. Jackson, Morris Marcum, G.
W. Norton, I. N. Fite, James Waford, Francis Hall, Jo and John Parkerson, John Merritt, Mickeral Manners, John
Rodgers, John Reynolds, R. Sullens, J. A. Taylor, M. A. Thomason, H. Vanover, S. O. Williams, Lem Barger, John
Martin, William Scott, Newton Brown, Brax Malone, Thomas Bates, James Allen, W. B. Bates, N. Bradley, J. H. Bradley,
G. Chatham, R. S. Dale, John G. Dale, O. P. Durham, W. B. Farmer, H. L. Farmer, J. H. Fite, Jason Foutch, W. J.
Foutch, Josiah Hicks, John W. Hass, Joe Hullet, H. C. Hardcastle, Ainberson Corley,
John Jones, W. W. Jackson, J. B. Lewis, J. B. Malone, Daniel Mathis, Jo Neal, Levi
Neal, William Pogue, Lem Parker, Oliver Patterson, Shadrack Robertson, William Reasonover, William Sewell, J. Scudder,
George Thomason, James Woodside, Henry Wooden, O. Parkerson, Memphis Goodson, W. Midigett, W. H. Adams.
Died: W. H. Adams, Ainberson Corley, Memphis Goodson, and W. Midigett, 1864; Oliver Patterson, 1865.
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