17th TENNESSEE INFANTRY
Company F
Men from Bedford and Marshall County, Tennessee

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The battle of Camp Wildcat (Rockcastlle Heights) , Kentucky, October, 21, 1861.  The men of the 17th Tennessee Infatnry Regiment (to the left in the sketch) were the most heavily engaged of all the Confederate units at the battle.  Sketch courtesy of the Camp Wildcat Preservation Foundation.
 
 

ABOUT THE 17TH TENNESSEE INFANTRY REGIMENT





The 17th Tennessee Infantry was mustered into Confederate service on August 15, 1861 at Big Creek, Campbell County, TN. The regiment was then placed under the command of Brigadier General Felix K. ZOLLICOFFER, and participated in an engagement at Rock Castle, Kentucky (Camp Wildcat) on October 21, 1861, where it suffered 45 causalities. On January 20, 1862 the regiment was engaged in action at Fishing Creek near Mill Springs, Kentucky. In this battle the regiment suffered 46 casualties and Brigadier General ZOLLICOFFER was killed. The next action the regiment saw was during General Bragg's invasion of Kentucky in 1862. During this campaign the regiment was present at the capture of Munfordville and at the battle of Perryville (Oct. 8, 1862 - 24 casualties).

The regiment was placed in General Patrick R. CLEBURNE'S Division during the battle at Murfreesboro (Dec. 31, 1862), where the regiment listed 246 causalities out of 598 men engaged. Following the Tullahoma campaign, the regiment was heavily engaged at the Battle of Chickamauga (Sept. 19 & 20, 1863) and suffered 130 causalities out of 249 men engaged.

The regiment then severed its connection with the Army of Tennessee and served under Lt. General James LONGSTREET during campaigns against Knoxville and East Tennessee in the Fall and Winter of 1863/64. The regiment was then transferred to the Army of Northern Virginia in the Spring of 1864. In Viriginia, the regiment was involved in many battles, including Drewry's Bluff (May 15, 1864 - 68 casualties out of 319 engaged), Petersburg (June 17, 1864 - 70 men captured), and Hatcher's Run (Feb. 2, 1865). The regiment was surrendered by LEE at Appomattox Courthouse with approximately 70 men remaining from the over 1000 men who served.

Company F of the the 17th Tennessee Infantry was formed by men from Bedford and Marshall Counties of Tennessee. The information included below was obtained from the microfilmed copies of the compiled service records  and the Marshall County Historical Quarterly, Summer 1988, Vol. XIX, No. 2.

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BIGGER, Davis A., Pvt., Co. F,   Dec. 20, 1861 tansferred to Rutledge's Artillery.  Re-transferred from 1st TN Artillery (Capt. Rutledge) March 16, 1862.  detached Provost Guard May 15, 1863.  Captured Bedford County, discharged Louisville Dec. 19, 1863.  Sent North.

BIGGER, J.N., 1st Lt., Co. F, Enlisted May 15, 1861.

BIGGER, J.R., Pvt., Co. F, Deserted May 1, 1862.  Returned Nov. 20, 1862.

BIGGER, Robert, Cpl. Co. F, Wounded and captured at Fishing Creek Jan. 19, 1862.  Wound was severe, discharged from Confederate service July 15, 1862.

BOYD, J.C., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 15, 1861.

BRADEN, Robert E., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 15, 1861.  Surrendered Appomatax with R.E. Lee April 9, 1865.

BRADIN, Robert, Pvt., Co. F (See BRADEN, Robert E.)

BRITTAIN, R.H., Pvt., Co. F AWOL since June 20, 1863.

BROWN, Ridly Shadrack , Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted April 1861 at Chapel Hill.   Engaged at Wildcat KY, sick in hospital ten works.  With forge train.  Captured near Lawrenceburg soon after fight at Nashville.  Divsion teamster by order Gen. Buckner, Jan/Feb. 1863.  Wounded battle near Beech Grove, TN 25 and 26 June 1863.  Engaged London, Perryville, Hoover's Gap, Mason Creek Station, Lewis Crossroads.  Oath March 1864.  Pension application NO. 12617 and 15534.

BROWN, Sterling, Pvt., Co. F

BRUCE, John Hardiman, Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted April 1861, Chapel Hill.  Engaged Crow Creek, Franklin, Murfreesboro.  Prison at Louisville, discharged May 1864.

BYERS, W.C., 2nd Lt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Killed at Chickamauga.
 

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CATES, S.C., Pvt., Co. F

CATHEY, M.V., Pvt., Co. F, Joined Feb. 1, 1863 by conscript agent.  Detached as Harness Maker Feb. 1, 1863, authority unknown.

CATHEY, T.J., Pvt., Co. F

CATHEY, W.L. (Lee), 2nd Lt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Eleceted 2nd Lt. May 16, 1862.

CONLEY, J.L., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Took oath at Knoxville, Jan. 1864.

COOK, J.J., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Discharged due to disability Sept. 13, 1861.

COOK, James L., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Transferred to Rutledge's Artillery Dec. 20, 1861.

COOPER, J.D., Capt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Elected Captain May 16, 1862.  Captured March 9, 1864.  Listed on Honor Roll by General Order Number 64/2, Aug. 10, 1864, Adjutant & Inspector General's Officer.

CRIESMAN, W.J., Pvt., Co. F, Wounded at Perryville Died Oct. 12, 1862.  Also listed as killed at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862 (?)

CRIESSMAN, Samuel D., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Killed at Franklin (?)

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DARK, Harris E., Cpl., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Captured at Petersburg June 17, 1864.  to Pt. Lookout Md., transferred to Elmira, N.Y. July 29, 1864.  Released May 9, 1865.

DARK, J.D., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.   Slight wound in side at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862.

DAVIDSON, James B., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Transferred to Rutledge's Artillery Dec. 20, 1861.  Captured at Franklin Dec. 1, 1863.  To Louisville, imprisoned at Rock Island.

DAVIS, A.H., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Discharged Nov. 11, 1861 for disability.

DEAN, Josiah, Mus., Co. F, Drummer, discharged July 27, 1862.
 

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EPPERSON, James P., Pvt., Co., Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Wounded in neck at Murfreesboro.  AWOL from Surgeon General Jan/Feb. 1863.  He lost the use of left arm and shoulder was broken.  Discharged in North Carolina at the surrender in 1865.

EZELL, Balaam, Co. F - Died of measeles, 1861.

EZELL, G.W., Cpl., Co. F, Enlisted  May 18, 1861.

EZELL, James B., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.
 
 

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FOLWELL, J.M., Pvt., Co. F

FORREST, E.G., Pvt., Co. F, Detailed Sept. 1861, to get clothing for company.  Absent sick leave April 1862.

FREEMAN, Hiram R., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.

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GATES, Spencer C., Pvt., Joined Nov. 29, 1862 at  McMinnville.  Oath at Louisville Jan. 5, 1864.  Deserted to go north of the Ohio River, although in his pension application he denied taking the oath.  Pension application 1880.

GOTTEN, James W., Pvt., Co. F

GREEN, R.D., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Discharged 1861.  Pension application 5694.

GREEN, W.D., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Died at home Dec. 4, 1861.

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HASSEL, M.H., Pvt., Co. F

HINSON, Warine J., Pvt., Co. F

HOLT, Nicholas Perkins., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Engaged at Fishing Creek, Wild Cat, Hoover's Gap, Murfreesboro, Perryville, Corinth, Chickamauga, Knoxville, Drury's Bluff, Petersburg.  Captured Ft. Lee, week before Lee's surrender.  Wounded in calf of left leg, Murfreesboro.  saber wound left wrist at Drury's Bluff, grazed by grapeshot at Ft. Lee.  Detached service as brigade shoemaker in 1864.   Paroled at Pt. Lookout, did not take oath and never will.  Pension application 14160.

HUNTER, J.Z.B. - 3rd Lt., 2nd Lt. Co. F - Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Present for duty at Camp Buckner, Jonesboro, and Mill Springs.

HUNTER, R.P., Capt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.

HUTTON, T.C., Pvt., Co. F

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JAMES, Thomas H., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Captured near Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863.  To Louisville, Camp Douglas, transferred to Pt. Lookout, 23 March 1865.  Oath and released June 28, 1865.

JAMES, William J., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Present at Fishing Creek, Perryville, Munfordville, Shiloh, Murfreesboro, wher wounded in left hand and side of stomach.  Last of '63 or '64 swimming stream with horses in Marshall County when cut off from command.  Fell into Federal lines.  Capt Rickman of Federals, a friend of his father, gave him the option of the oath or arrest so he took the oath.  Later statement says at home on Duck River and was helping Forrest's Calvary across the river near time of the Battle of Franklin.  Pension application 13043.

JOYCE, James A, Pvt, Co. F.  Engaged Wildcat, Fishing Creek, Chickamauga, Murfreesboro, Perryville, joined Forrest's Cavalry, with Hood on raid at Columbia.  On roll of deserters to Jan. 1863, Captured Tazewell, 31 Dec. 1863.  First refused oath, but took oath Feb. 5, 1864.  Imprisoned at Louisville, Pension application 14687.

JOYCE, Samuel Alexander, Pvt., Co. F, Engaged Fishing Creek, Captured Cleveland, TN, Nov. 27, 1863, to Rock Island, oath in 1865.  When released from Rock Island.  Pension application 13023.
 

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KING, Thomas R. Jr., Sgt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Severly wounded and captured at Perryville Oct. 8, 1862.  Received on Steamer Metropolitan for exchange at Vicksburg Dec. 4, 1862.

KING, Thomas R., Sr., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Appointed hospital steward Sept. 5, 1861.  Discharged June 26, 1862.

KING, W.T.C, Enlisted May 18, 1861. Absent sick at hosptial, Wilson's Gap, Sept. 1861.  Captured at Perryville Oct. 10, 1862.   Received on steamer Metropolitain for exchange at Vicksburg, Dec. 4, 1862 (same as KING, Thomas R. Jr. ?)

KIRK, J.P., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted may 18, 1861.  Slight wound in body at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862.
 

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LADD, J.T., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  AWOL on march from Corinth to Baldwin Miss, June 1862.

LAWS, G.C., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.

LEDBETTER, James W., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Severely wounded at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1861.

LEDBETTER, M.M, Pvt., Co. F (see below)

LEDBETTER, Marshal V.M., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Caputed at Knoxville Dec. 18, 1863.  Transferred to Rock Island, and discharged Jan 23, 1864.  Tired of CSA and wanted to go home.  Oath April 27, 1865.

LEONARD, William W., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Severely wounded at Murfreesboro Dec. 31, 1862.  Captured, died Jan. 19, 1863.

LIGGETT, Hamption T., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Discharged July 27, 1862.

LITTLE, J.M., Pvt., Co. F, In St. Mary's Hospital Dalton GA April 24 - April 30 1863.

LITTLE, James W., Ordn. Sgt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Appointed Ord. Sgt. May 23, 1862.  Killed at Drury's Bluff, died Sept. 14, 1864 at Chaffin's Farm.

LOGAN, T.P., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Discharged July 27, 1862.

LUNN, Felix, Pvt., Co. F

LUNN, J.A., Cpl., Co. F

LUNN, Nicholas, Pvt., Co. F
 

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MABEN, James P., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Shows discharged July 3, 1862 and deserted Feb. 9, 1865 (Same as MABEN, James, R.?)

MABEN, James Robert, Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Lised as desrted Dec. 24, 1862, back on compnay payroll June 1863.  Captured at Shelbyville June 27, 1863.  Imprisoned at Louisville, Camp Chase Ohio.  Oath May 9, 1865.

MABEN, N.M.., Cpl., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Possibly brother of James Rober Maben.  First name possibly Nielson.

MARTIN, F.H., Pvt., Co. F, Nov. 13, 1862, sent from company K, 32nd Regiment. Killed Drury's Bluff.

MARTIN, Pickney Talmage, Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Wounded and captured at Fishing Creek by 9th Ohio Regiment., Jan. 19, 1862.  Prison at Camp Chase, OH, transferred to Vicksburg, exchanged Aug. 25, 1862.  In Col. Tillman command, 41st TN until Regiment retured from Kentucky (Perryville).  Engaged at Murfeesboro, Chickamauga, where wounded in head.  With Longstreet to East Tennessee.  Knoxville, Bean Station, where wounded in right thigh.  Rejoined command in Petersburg.  Aug. 5, 1864 transferred to Co. A 4th TN Cavalry Regiment (Forrest's Cavalry).  Surrendered Gainesville, Alabama May 11, 1865.  Had been shot in thigh, in head, and had horse shot from under him.  Pension application 15761.

MCCOLLOUGH, Reuben W., Capt. Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Elected 1st Lt. May 16, 1862.  Promoted to Captain Sept. 5, 1864.  Tenders resignation March 8, 1865.  Killed Drury's Bluff (?)

MCQUIDDY, J.W., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted Jan. 1, 1863.

MILLER, T.C.H. -  Captain Co. F, Lt. Col.  Resigned June 24, 1862 after the regiment was charge with misconduct including burning rails, tearing down fences, burning wheat fields, tearin down palings from garden fences, and other depredations on the farm of Mr. Paine and widow Patterson, near Corinth.  General Hardee endorsed his request and recommended immediate discharge - "He is ignorant and obstinate, and utterly unfit for Colonel."

MILLS, John W., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted Aug. 15, 1861 Cumberland Gap.  Wounded severely in leg and captured at Murfeesboro Dec. 31, 1862.

MITCHELL, H.W., Cpl., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.

MOORE, A.B., Pvt, Co. F., Appointed Chaplain Oct. 15, 1861..

MORRIS, J. Lee, Sgt. Maj., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Appointed Sgt. Major Jan. 15, 1862.  Resigned May 21, 1862.  Appointed Quartermaster Sgt. July 22, 1862.  Surrendered Appomattox April 9, 1865.
 

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NEIL, James Benton, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Hospital Steward.  Surrendered Appomattox April 9, 1865.

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PATTERSON, Fountain R., Cpl., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  On roll of deserters, Tazwell, Dec. 18, 1863.  Died May 25, 1864 at military hospital , Louisville.

PATTON, Adam R., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Captured Cumberland Gap Feb. 4, 1864.  Imprisoned at Rock Islan, convinced of his error and wishes to return home to Tennessee.

POINDEXTER, Thomas L., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.   Captured near Petersburg June 17, 1864.  Imprisoned at Elmira, N.Y.  Conscripted May 10, 1862 against will, desires to got to Marshall County where mother and other relatives reside.

PUTNAM, Thomas J., Cpl., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Died Sept. 25, 1861 at Camp Hope near Wilson's Gap.
 

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RAWLEY (or RAINEY) , E.F., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861

RAY, T.M., Pvt., Co. F, Detached Aug. 15, 1863 to purchase stock

RICKMAN, C.P., Pvt., Co. F, Discharged Nov. 11, 1861.

RICKMAN, Elisha M., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Captured on retreat from Kentucky about Oct. 12, 1862 at Harrodsburg.  From Louisville to Vicksburg via Cairo on steam boat "City of Madison", Dec. 5, 1862.

RICKMAN, J.F., Pvt., Co. F, Slight wound in shoulder at Murfreesboro Dec. 31, 1862.

RICKMAN, L.A., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861

RIVERS, W.H., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Suffered heart disease and hernia from service lifting and building breastworks.  Discharged July 18, 1862.  Pension application 3785.

ROBINSON, A.B., Mus., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Regimental fifer.

ROBINSON, W.J., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Died Camp Hope, TN Sept. 11, 1861 of fever near Wilson's Gap.

ROYSTER, Charles, Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted Nov. 20, 1862 at Chapel Hill by Capt. Cooper.  Captured Sept. 19, 1863 near Chickamauga, to Louisville, for exchagne Oct. 1, 1863.  Discharged Camp Douglas Oct. 2, 1863.  Conscripted and wishes to redeem his loyalty.  Captured Nashville Sept. 16, 1864, claims to have been loyal.  Pension application 2582.

ROYSTER, E.D., Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Transferred to Capt. Rutledge's artillery Dec. 20, 1861.
 

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SHARP, W.J.

SHORT, J.A., Pvt., Co. F, Slight wound in side at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862.  Killed at Green Mountain N.C.

SMITHSON, C.C., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Discharged for disablity at Cumberland Ford Oct. 14, 1861.

SMITHSON, James O.P., Pvt., Co. F, Died of Fever at Camp Buckner, KY, 1861.

SNELL, A.R. Sgt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Division of teamster by order of Gen. Johnson Feb. 1863.  Teamster supply train, May to Sept. 1863.

STEPHENS, J.K., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Discharged for disability Oct. 12, 1861.

STINSON, J.J., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted may 18, 1861.  Jan/Feb. 1863 Regimental teamster by order of Col. A. T. Hawthorn.

STUDIVANT (or STUDIVAN), James, Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Captured at Fishing Creek Jan. 19, 1862.  Jan. 1, 1863 detailed to Darden's Battery by order of General Johnson.  Lost right eye at Fishing Creek.  Imprisoned 12 months paroled 1864.  Pension Application 2650.

SUDBERRY, David R., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.
 

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THOMAS, J.K.P., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Severly wounded at Camp Wild Cat Oct. 21, 1861.  Captured at Murfreesboro Jan. 6, 1863.  To Camp butler, Died on way to be exchanged.

TOWNSEND, P.H. (or Parks W.), Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Captured Tazewell Co. TN Dec. 15, 1863.  Deserter refuses to take oath.  Prison Rock Island.  Took Oath Jan. 10, 1864.  Died Rock Island Jan. 29, 1864.  Grave No. 303, South of Prison Barracks.

TUCKER, G.W., Pvt., Co. F< Enlisted Chapel Hill Guards May 1861 under Col. Tom Miller.  Under Capt. Pink Hunter about one year, then under Capt. Cooper.  Engaged at Wildcat, Murfreesboro, Perryville, where wounded.  Franklin and Selmar, Alabama.  Wound in left ankle.  Went to Cavlary, paroled Pond Springs, alaba, May or June 1865.  Pension application 12, 825.  Performed extra duty as wheel-wright.

TURNER, Gilbert H. (or Guilford), Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Appointed Sgt. Sept. 1, 1864.  Captured at Hatcher's Run April 4, 1865.  Oath June 20, 1865.  Pension application 9122.
 

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VADEN, W.N., Captured at Fishing Creek, Jan. 19, 1862.  Exchanged.  Killed at Murfreesboro Dec. 31, 1861.

VAUGHAN, Pete, Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted Nov. 24, 1862 at Chapel Hill, Capt. Cooper.  Captured at Murfreesboro Dec. 31, 1862.  Captured Athens , Alabama Dec. 7, 1863.  Prison Rock Island.  Paroled March 18, 1864.  Deserted, will be loyal.

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WADLEY, T.J. (Thomas), Deserted at Baldwin June 6, 1862.  Returned Nov. 1, 1862.  Captured at Murfreesboro Jan. 3, 1863.  Claims to be deserter.  Captured Cross Roads, TN May 1, 1863.   Imprisoned at Louisville, Captured near New Hope Church June 5, 1864.  Imprisoned at Rock Island.  Oath Oct. 24, 1864.

WALLACE, W.E., 2nd Lt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.

WALLS, James D. Sgt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Captured near Petersburg June 17, 1864.  Prison:  Elmira, N.Y.  Captured Hatcher's Run April 2, 1865.  Prison:  Pt. Lookout.  Oath June 21, 1865.

WARNER, William, Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Detached service at Miller by Gen. Cleburne, Dec. 24, 1862.

WELBORN (or WELLBURN), J.M., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Division of Teamsters Jan/Feb. 1863, by order Gen. Johnson.  May/June 1863, Teamster Supply Train.

WILHOITE, J.R., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Jan/Feb. 1863, orderly for Brigade Surgeon, by order of Col. Hawthorn.  Same through Sept. 1863.  Died in camp.

WILSON, James A., Pvt., Co. F, Enlisted Feb. 1, 1863 at Chapell Hill by J. N. Bigger.  Captured at Tazewell Dec. 15, 1863.  Prison: Rock Island.  Deserter, refused oath.

WILSON, J.P.  Enlisted May 18, 1861.  Captured Tazeweill, Dec. 16, 1863. Prison: Rock Island.  Deserter, refused oath.

WILSON, T.J., Enlisted May 18, 1861.
 

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This page was created 17 Jan. 1997 by Judy Henley Phillips and was last updated 5 August, 1998. If you would like to contribute military information on any of these men for inclusion here, please E-Mail Steve Arnold. If you would like to have your E-Mail address linked to your ancestor, please let me know. You might also want to include your snailmail. I will update as time permits.

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