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Three of Ambrose Dudley and Sara Whitfield Bourne's sons served the Confederacy.  All survived the war, lead long and productive lives, and now rest in Greenwood Cemetery in Clarksville.

Joseph W. Bourne (1843-1911)
Civil War Soldier

Joseph enlisted as a private in Company "A", 49th Tennessee Infantry, November 29, 1861, at Camp Duncan, near Clarksville.  He was captured along with his regiment at Ft. Donalson on February 16, 1862.  He was imprisoned at Camp Douglas, Illinois, then sent to Vicksburg, Mississippi, to be exchanged, September 26, 1862.  He was discharged as a private at Camp Cummings, near Mobile, Alabama, March 20, 1863, since his one-year enlistment had long since expired.  Additional information from the records of Forbes Bivouac, UCV, in Clarksville, says that he was wounded and captured at Farmington, Tennessee in 1863.  He was released June 5, 1865.
Information from Compiled Military Service Records, NARA

Submitted by A C Doggett AT ACDOGGETT@AOL.COM

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