Hamilton County Tennessee Civil War Soldiers

Hamilton County Confederate Soldiers
By Nat Hughes & John Wilson

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Ables, John David Corporal; Co I, 2nd TN Inf USA;  27; 28 Feb 1862 - 13 Aug 1862. Dishonorable discharge. Deserted 13 Aug 1862 at Cumberland Gap. Re-enlisted in Co K 4th Tenn Cav. Deserted again 27 Nov 1864. Returned 11 Mar 1865.
Alexander, Wm T. Co B 30th AL Inf - CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Andrea, Max H.  Capt Co. G, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, Age 28, Carpenter.; born in Germany
Armstrong, M. V. Co C, 5th TN Cav - Citizen Cemetery
Ashley, G. R. 4th TN US Cav; Kirklin Cemetery
Bailey, Pleasant James Enlisted Charleston, TN Nov 13, 1861 Co. I 43rd Regiment Tennessee Infantry, CSA; Served until May 8, 1962. Enlisted Lexington, KY April 16, 1863 1 Battalion Light Artillery, USA. Private
Mustered out at Cumberland Gap, KY  by Capt. W. P. Hargraves July 20, 1865, Sergeant.
Information courtesy of Joyce Bailey Kent
Baird, Lemuel M. Co C 45th TN Inf - Citizen Cemetery
Barbee, Lewis Co I 4th TN Cavalry - Old McDonald Cemetery
Barhee, G. F. Co C 3rd TN Inf, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Bare, James P. Pvt E, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA - Farmer
Bean, J. M. Co. A 6th TN Mdt INF; McGill Cemetery
Beavers, John Born 1836; Pvt Co G 5th TN Died  7/16/1863 in Louisville, KY. Son of Spencer & Sarah Havens Beaver. Served with his uncle James Morgan. Courtesy of Phebe Morgan.
Biggers, Lorenzo John 1848 - 1919 GA Cavalry CSA - Sawyer Cemetery
Bledsoe, A. S. Lieut. C. I, 17th Inf CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Blevin, James Co E 4th TN Cavalry - Old McDonald Cemetery
Bowers, Newton M. Pvt Co. E, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA  Lost arm from wound 09/15/62
Boydston, James Madison 4th Georgia Cavalry, CSA
Brimer, William Private, Co H, 9th TN Cavalry; Enlisted 10/1/1862; Captured at Lee Co. VA 2/22/1864; Confined at Richmond, VA 3/9/1864; Paroled at City Point, VA 3/21/1864; Wilcox Cemetery
Bradford, Col. W M 39 TN Inf CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Brock, Marion C 1842 - 1880 Brown's Chapel Cemetery
Brown, Garfield Sgt Co E 30 US Inf - Red Bank Cemetery
Brown, J. S. Co D 1st TN Cav CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Cagley,  Isaac Pvt Co. B, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 33, Chattanooga, Tn.
Carden, D D Co D, 1st TN Light Artillery - Wallace Cemetery
Carden, Wright R. Co A 4th TN Cavalry USA - Old McDonald Cemetery
Carr, Samuel M. Enrolled in Company I, 2nd Regiment East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, 11 Nov 1861 at Sale Creek, Hamilton Co., TN, mustered in 28 Feb 1862 at Cumberland Ford, KY and died from measles in quarters at Cumberland Ford, KY 08 Mar 1862. Submitted by Lola Allen.
Carver, Thomas John Private; Co I, 2nd TN Inf USA; 18; 28 Feb 1862 - 15 May 1862. Permanent desertion. Deserted at Cumberland Ford KY 15 May 1862.
Catron, George A Co I VA, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Chadwick, William O. Private, 6th Tennessee Mounted Infantry Company B; Co H, 7th TN Infantry
Chancey, Matthew L. Corporal Co. B, 10th Regiment TN Cavalry. Born in Georgia. Buried in Chancey Cemetery, Soddy Daisy, TN. 1870 and 1880 Polk Co., TN Census.
Clark,  Leonidas M. Sgt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 19,  From Harrison
Clayton, J C Co D 5th TN Inf Jackson Chapel Cemetery
Clayton, James Co B 1st TN Inf Jackson Chapel Cemetery
Clayton, Mack Co C 5th TN Inf Jackson Chapel Cemetery
Clements, James Private; Co I, 2nd TN Inf USA;  18; 28 Feb 1862 - 10 Apr 1865. Medical discharge. Born in Hamilton Co TN. Occupation blacksmith. 5 ft 6in, light complexion, gray eyes, brown hair. Captured at Rogersville. Confined at Belle Isle and Andersonville. Paroled at Aikens Landing VA 24 Feb 1865. Transferred to Baltimore and admitted to Newton Hospital 8 Mar 1865. Furloughed 13 Mar until 12 Apr 1865 and then issued medical discharge due to anasarca.
Clements, John W H Private; Co I, 2nd TN Inf; 28 Feb 1862 - 28 Jul 1862. Permanent desertion. Application for removal of charge of desertion and for an honorable discharge was denied 20 Oct 1896.
Clements, William Private; Co I, 2nd TN Inf; Hamilton Co TN; 00; 28 Feb 1862 - 7 Mar 1863. Non-combat death. Died 7 Mar 1863 at Murfreesborough TN. Cause of death unknown
Clingan, Elijah  Pvt. Co. I, McKenzie's 5th Tennessee Cavalry, CSA. Buried in Birchwood Baptist Cemetery, Hamilton Co., TN
Clinton, George W. 1st Lieut. Co A, 1 GA Inf. CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Clouse, Adam Pvt Co.E, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA
Clouse, James Pvt Co. I, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, Age 16  
Detached as Provost Guard June 1864; trsfr. Co. H
Colville, R W Capt, Co D 19th TN Inf CSA Chattanooga Memorial Park
Conner, Thomas  Pvt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA
Crow, Solomon McCall    Sergeant, Company I, McKenzie's 5th Tennessee Cavalry, CSA. Born in Hamilton County, TN where he lived until migrating to Texas after the Civil War. Information provided by Leah Ford-Sessum. lsessum@mesh.net
Davis, Thomas B. Pvt Co. G, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 30
Davis, William Wilson 5th TN Reg Co G USA Age 29, Enlist 2/27/1862. Taken prisoner 9/15/1864 Marietta, GA Died 4/27/1865 aboard Steamship Sultana.
Denny, T. W Lt. Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA. Buried in Harrison Cemetery, Hamilton Co., TN
Devine, Charles 3rd AR Inf, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Daughtrey, Thomas J 5th TN Infantry USA Personal: He was from Harrison, Hamilton County, Tennessee and married Cynthia A. [?] on March 29th, 1858. She remarried to Hugh F. Farris.
Letter from the Surgeon General's Office dated February 11, 1868: Sir: I have the honor to inform you that Capt. T. J. Dougherty Co. C, 5th Regiment Tenn Vols., is reported to this Office by records of Genl. Fld. Hospl., 23rd Army Corps as having died May 15th, 1864 at that Hospital, of wounds of left ilium, (pelvic viscsra injured.) wounds received at the battle of Resaca, Ga." Buried in a cemetery on the Morning Star Dairy Farm in Harrison, TN.  After his death his mother and wife went to Resaca, Ga. in a wagon and brought the body back to Harrison for burial. He was married to Cynthia Avaline Maddux.  She is buried in the Maddux Cemetery, Harrison, Tennessee. Additional information
submitted by Steven L. Smith slsmith@tva.gov
Doyle, John C. Co H, 2nd TN Cav - Citizen Cemetery
Edwards, J. S. Co H 2nd TN Cavalry, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Ellis, Samuel M Co K 1st Confederate Cavalry - Concord Cemetery
Emery, Benjamin A. Civil War pension file # 863,939, born 06 Oct 1832 in Campbell Co., TN, which is different than the date and place recorded on his death certificate. Enrolled in Company I, 2nd Tennessee Infantry, at Sale Creek, Hamilton Co., TN on 11 Oct 1861. Honorably discharged at Gallipolis, Gallia Co., OH on 04 Feb 1863. Received a "Certificate of Disability For Discharge" upon his separation from the army.
Epley, William Enlisted July 12, 1862 Greenville, TN as Private CO K Regiment Tennessee Infantry (then the unit became cavalry). Discharged Nashville, TN June 5, 1865. Age 30 years , 5'9' ,dark complexion, blue eyes and dark hair, born Burke CO, NC, farmer.
Information courtesy of Joyce Bailey Kent
Everett, James R Private; Co G, 2nd TN Inf; Ray Co TN; 21; 5 Nov 1861 - 6 Nov 1863. Died in captivity 3 May 1864 at Baltimore MD. Born in Hamilton Co TN. Residence Ray Co TN. Single. Captured at Rogersville. Confined at Belle Isle. Admitted at Hospital 21 at Richmond VA 21 Mar 1864. Paroled at City Point VA 16 Apr 1864. Admitted to Jarvis Hospital Baltimore MD 18 Apr 1864 where he died of phthisis, diarrhea and starvation. Buried in London Park Cemetery.
Farris, Hugh Francis CSA - Maddux Cemetery
Fennel, Channer M. Pvt Co. C,  5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 17
Fennel, Samuel Pvt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 19
Ferguson, S. K. 4th VA Inf, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Flinn, Columbus C Cpl Co. C 5th TN Inf USA; 23; from Harrison
Flinn, George W Pvt Co C, 5th TN Inf. USA; 22; From Harrison
Flinn, William Griffith Co I 26 TN Inf, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Flora, Theodore F. Co L, 36th TN, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Foster, John G. Co. B, 10th Conf Cav, CSA - Tittle Cemetery
Freeman, Hastings Pvt Co C 5th TN Inf USA; 16; Paroled 10/11/1862
Freeman, John Pvt. Co C 5th TN Inf USA; 46; Paroled 10/11/1862
Freeman, Joseph Pvt Co C 5th TN Inf USA; 23
Fryar, Franklin Pvt. Barry's Co. TN Light Artillery CSA. Enlisted Chattanooga  May 7, 1862.  Hospitalized  Atlanta  July 1864.  Paroled  May 1865 Meridian, MS.  Buried in Fryar Cemetery
Fryar, Jeremiah Pvt. Second Cavalry under Henry Ashby CSA. Enlisted  Knoxville June 17, 1861.  Wounded October 7, 1863, returned to fight.  Paroled April 1865 at Charlotte.
Fryar, William Pvt. Second Cavalry under Henry Ashby CSA. Paroled in April 1865 at Charlotte.  
Fryar, Sevier Pvt. Second Cavalry under Henry Ashby. CSA. Enlisted Knoxville June 17, 1861.  Taken prisoner August 31, 1862, exchanged at Cumberland Gap, TN September 4. Wounded at Stone's River and went home to recover.  Took oath of allegiance and released July 16, 1864.
Fuller, John Co E 3rd TN Mounted Inf - May Cemetery
Gahagan, Andrew J Co. D, 1st TN Cavalry, USA
Gann, Elisha Pvt. Co. C, 5th TN Infantry USA; died either 1 or 2/1904  (gravesite destroyed Daisy, Tennessee)   married Amanda Jane Maddux, died 8/16/1870. She was buried in Maddux Cemetery, Harrison, TN. Submitted by Steven L. Smith slsmith@tva.gov
Gann, Jarrett Co A 6th TN Mounted Inf Jackson Chapel Cemetery
Gibson, Jeremiah Co D, 37th NC Inf - Citizen Cemetery
Gillespie, William Capt. Whites Co., 5th TN Cav.; Fourth GA Cavlary
Goin, Miller Pvt Co. K, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, AWOL 01/20/64; bullet wound in left thigh
Grant, A C Co H 4th TN Cav. CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Gray, Fieldings Wells, Jr. Barry's Lookout  Light Artillery, Private, Buried Concord Cemetery
Submitted by jhines72@comcast.net
Gray, William Archibald Barry's Lookout  Light Artillery, Buglar, Age 18,  Buried Concord Cemetery.
Married Adaline(Ada) Robinson, daughter of Eli and Betty Fisher Robinson. Ran A grocery store on Market Street. He built the railroad station between Chattanooga and Nashville, Tn. At the time of his death, he was working as a switchman at the round house and was killed by train 342.

Submitted by jhines72@comcast.net

Green, Samuel B. Pvt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, Captured enroute to camp; detailed as teamster 04/30/64
Green, William R. Co C 4th TN Inf USA;  Mitchell Cemetery
Greer,  Isaac C. Pvt Co. I, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 31, farmer; transfer from Co. K.
Grey, Charles L. Sgt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 32, farmer
Grubb, A. J. Pvt. Co B, 1st Reg McKensie's 5th TN Cavalry CSA; Enlisted 11/1/1861 Decatur, TN; Beason Cemetery
Guthrie, James A. P. Co. H, 2nd Ashby's TN Cavalry. Rank Private. Enrolled 3/1/1863 by Captain Ragsdale. Released on oath of allegiance after battle of Chattanooga. Residence Harrison. Burial Silverdale Cemetery. Information provided by Scott Guthrie guthries@usit.net
Guthrie, Lawson Regimental Major of 43rd TN Volunteer Infantry. Raised Co. K 43rd TN at Ooltewah October 1861. Wounded and captured at Vicksburg 1863. Exchanged at Demopolis, AL 1863. Resigned due to sickness and wounds at Bulls Gap, TN January 1864. Resignation accepted by Gen. J. C. Vaughn. Lifelong resident of Bartlebaugh. Burial Smith Family Cemetery. Information provided by Scott Guthrie guthries@usit.net
Haines, General Jackson Pvt Co G 5th TN Died 9/21/1863 Carthage, TN Wife: Ruth Stover (1833-1915) Children: James, Jerry & Jackson
Harden, Gilbert Private Company B 1st Tennessee Cavalry CSA Captured at Cumberland Gap sent to camp Douglass, IL. Transferred to Point Lookout, MD for prisoner exchange. Took oath  of allegiance and returned to Hamilton County. Olsahardin77@aol.com
Hartman, Alfred b. Aug. 16, 1843 in Dry Valley (Red Bank), Hamilton Co., enlisted in Co. C, 5th TN Inf., died of pneumonia due to measles, May 15, 1864 at Knoxville while in training. Buried in the Red Bank Cemetery, Red Bank, TN. Submitted by: John Hartman, hartmanband@charter.net
Hartman, George Sawyer b. September 19, 1834 in Dry Valley, Hamilton County. Enlisted pvt. Co. H, 6th TN Mtd. Inf., discharged April, 1865. George was the first post master of Red Bank, TN, and as such, got the honor of naming the post office for the area, which later became the town of Red Bank. Died March 28, 1922, buried in the Red Bank Cemetary, Red Bank, TN. Submitted by: John Hartman, hartmanband@charter.net
Hartman, Madison Pvt Co. K, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 23, farmer - Red Bank Cemetery
Hartman, Thomas Jefferson b. May 4th, 1837 in Dry Valley (Red Bank)   TN, pvt. Co. C, 5th TN Inf. Transfered to Co. K, 5th TN Inf. AWOL March 26, 1863 to Dec. 12th, 1863. Upon returning to his unit, was not court-martialed, but agreed to add time of AWOL to end of his enlistment. Was discharged June, 1865 in Nashville with rest of regiment. Died March 22, 1906, buried in Red Bank Cemetary, Red Bank, TN. Submitted by: John Hartman, hartmanband@charter.net
Hendricks, N.C. Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA. Buried in Birchwood Baptist Church Cemetery, Hamilton Co., TN
Hensly, William Cpl Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 33
Herald, Thomas Co C 5th TN Mounted Cavalry - Maddux Cemetery
Higgins, J. D. Co I 43rd TN Inf. Enlisted 11/13/1861 Charleston, TN; deserted 9/16/1862
Hix, James C Co 1, 35th GA Reg. - Citizen Cemetery
Hixson, Henry Private; Co I, 2nd TN Inf USA;  23; 28 Feb 1862 - 6 Nov 1863. Died in captivity 11 May 1864 at Andersonville GA. Captured at Rogersville. Confined at Belle Isle and Andersonville. Cause of death dysentery. Grave 1036 Andersonville
Hixson, Houston Corporal; Co I, 2nd TN Inf USA; Hamilton Co TN; 18; 28 Feb 1862 - 14 Feb 1865. Honorable discharge. Enrolled as a Corporal. Deserted at Cumberland Gap 13 Aug 1862. Returned 25 Mar 1863. Reduced to Private.
Hixson, James M Corporal; Co I, 2nd TN Inf USA; Hamilton Co TN; 24; 28 Feb 1862 - 6 Nov 1863. Died in captivity 14 Aug 1864 at Andersonville GA. Enrolled as a Corporal. Deserted at Cumberland Gap 13 Aug 1862. Returned 9 Jan 1863. Cause of death diarrhea. Grave 5604.
Hixson, Samuel Private; Co I, 2nd TN Inf USA; Hamilton Co TN; 28; 28 Feb 1862 - 6 Nov 1863. Died in captivity 19 Sep 1864 at Andersonville GA. Captured at Rogersville. Confined at Belle Isle and Andersonville. Cause of death diarrhea
Hixson, Timothy S Corporal; Co I, 2nd TN Inf USA; Hamilton Co TN; 19; 28 Feb 1862 - 1 Mar 1864. Permanent desertion. Enrolled as 4th Corporal. Reduced in rank to Private 9 Jan 1863 for being absent without leave. Deserted 1 Mar 1864 at Clinton TN. Enlisted in Co A 6th Tennessee Mtd Infantry 2 Aug 1864 in violation of the 22nd (later 50th) Article of War.
Holmes, John R. 2nd Lt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 30
Hooper, Warren F 1st Lieut. Co I 19 Inf CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Humphries, Henry Jefferson Enlisted 43rd Tennessee Regiment, Company K as a private on Oct. 17, 1861. At the Seige ofVicksburg. Wunded in battle near Leesburg, Virginia in 1864 during the Shenendoah Valley Capaign. Captured Sept. 19, 1864. Sent to Fort McHenry, Maryland on May 9, 1865. Released upon taking an oath of allegience June 10, 1865. Submitted by Brian Cantrell osuvol85@live.com
James, Tandy Pvt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 21, Bullet wound in right thigh; mustered into 7th Tn.; trsfr. 02/25/62
Jenkins, Samuel Washington
(1848 - 1933), Varner Cemetery, Soddy Corporal, Company L, Third Tennessee Cavalry USA. Enlisted 20 April 1864 at Knoxville - captured at Sulpher Trestle, Alabama on 25 Sept 1864 - sent to the Confederate prison, Castle Morgan, in Cahaba, Alabama -released from prison, he boarded the ill- fated Sultana on 26 April 1865; the Sultana's boilers exploded at 1.00 a.m. on 27 April 1865. Samuel survived the disaster and was discharged 10 June 1865 in Nashville. Submitted by Recs Jenkins.
Johnson, Ambrose Co C 4th TN Cavalry - Jackson Chapel Cemetery
Johnson, W. D. Co D 4th TN Cavalry - Sylar Cemetery
Jones, John T Assistant Surgeon; Co F&S, 2nd TN Inf USA; Hamilton Co TN; 40; 1 Nov 1861 - 21 Jan 1862. Resignation. Appointed assistant surgeon effective 1 Nov 1861. Resigned due to ppor health 21 Jan 1862. Enlisted a second time in the 1st Tennessee Cavalry where he again became sick and resigned June 1863.
Jones, W. G. Lieutenant, Co E 5th TN Mounted Inf - Old McDonald Cemetery
Julian, William I. Private, Company A, 5th (McKinzie's) Tennessee Cavalry Regiment  C. S. A. His second wife, Elizabeth, applied for a Widows Pension on behalf of his service in Hamilton County. Burial, Blackwell Cemetery, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Information provided by Scott Guthrie.
Julian, Isham Private, "Captain Robert L. Barry's Tennessee Light Artillery Company" also known as "The Lookout Battery" C. S. A. Information provided by Scott Guthrie.
King, H. W. Maj. A A M 61 TN Inf, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Laymons, Thomas Pvt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 22, AWOL, forfeit 21 days pay;  farmer
Lee, Robert Company D, 37 Tennessee Inf
Lee, Samuel Company D, 37 Tennessee Inf
Lee, Terrell Company D, 37 Tennessee Inf
Levi, Gilbert Oscar Born 6/20/1845, died 11/28/1934. Served as Private
in Company A, 6th Mounted Infantry, TN Volunteers. Discharged 6/30/1865. Had blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, stood 5' 10" tall. Brother of James Noah Levi and William Ryce Levi; only son of George Levi and Hiley Vandergriff to survive the war.
Submitted by Jean Kinzalow.
Levi, James Noah Born 12/18/1833, died 6/3/1864, married Eunice "Nicey" Vandergriff. Served as a Private in Company I, Regiment 2, TN Infantry. Taken prisoner 11/6/1863 at Rogersville, TN. Died in Andersonville Prison on 6/3/1864 of smallpox - Grave No. 12934. Submitted by Jean Kinzalow.
Levi, Jasper Newton CO. A. 4TH TN Cav. bn (Ragsdales) He was a farmer at Harrison prior to joining the Lookout Rangers, Aug 1,1861, at Knoxville, TN. Captured Stones River  Dec 1 1862. Imprisoned at Camp Dougles, IL exchanged and returned to duty, detailed as teamster  Aug 10,1863 as could no longer sit a horse due to injury. Paroled April 1865. Born in 1836 in Anderson County, TN. He was the son of WM. M. LEVI and ANNA LEVI. He married NANCY MCCULLOUGH in 1867 died in 1902 in Hamilton Co. Submitted by Barbara Morita
Levi, William Ryce Born 12/4/1843; died of measles in Nashville, TN.
Unit unknown.
Submitted by Jean Kinzalow.
Lusk, James M 1842 - 1907 Troop M 5th TN Cav USA - Red Bank Cemetery
Lusk, Monroe R 1837 - 1897 Co M 5th Reg TN Cav - Red Bank Cemetery
Lyons, William Sgt. Co G 5th TN died 6/2/1864 Kingston, GA Wife: Susannah Stover. Children: Margaret, Mary J, Sarah J, William & Isaac.
Maddux, John Campbell Cpl. Co. C, 5th TN Infantry USA; Died 4/16/1924  Buried in Charleston, TN Methodist Cemetery (changed name to Maddox and is listed on tombstone as Maddox)  married 1st Mary Elizabeth Moon, died 1/18/1895  married 2nd Maggie Statum from South Carolina. Submitted by Steven L. Smith slsmith@tva.gov
Manning, William J.
(1829 - 1884), Hughes Cemetery, Bakewell Private, Company C,  5th Tenn Infantry. 
Submitted by Recs Jenkins.
Martin, Gilbert Co. H, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA. Buried in Birchwood Baptist Church Cemetery, Hamilton Co., TN
Martin, William Augustin Pvt Co K 1st AL Cavalry 5/181839 - 4/29/1887
Masterson, Monroe Enrolled February 25th, 1862. Mustered in as  2nd Lieutenant to date March 6th, 1862 Company C 5th TN Infantry USA. Reported on rolls February 28th, 1863 as present. Honorably discharged Carthage, Tennessee  April 6th, 1863.
Personal: Married first to Leictia Igo. Married second Mary Frances McCoy on July 22, 1875 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. Lived at Igous Ferry, Hamilton County, Tennessee. He was 5'11" tall; fair complexion; brown hair; blue eyes.
Matthews, George W. Lieutenant, Co F 4th TN Inf - Matthews Cemetery
McCamish, C. Achin Pvt Co A 4th Tennessee Cavalry, USA 1/20/1843-1/27/1925 Buried in Bald Hill Cemetery, Hamilton County, TN
McCullough, B. R. Confederate. Pvt. Co. D 4th Reg't. GA Calvary. He was captured at Chattanooga Oct. 27, 1863. On Nov. 5 1863 he was taken to Camp Morton in Indianapolis, IN. He died there on April 14, 1864 of Chronic diarrhea and was buried in the Green Lawn
Cemetery #876. A few years later all the soldiers buried there were removed to Crown Hill Cemetery. Due to the conditions
of the graves at the time of removal, the men were moved in groups rather than as individuals and are now buried in a common grave known as the Confederate Mound. A special ceremony is conducted by CW re-enactors and the Crown Hill staff at the grave site every Memorial Day.
Submitter: Ivelyn Kay Skelton Blanton. B.R. was a citizen of Chattanooga at the time he entered the War. He was married to Sarah Ann Abigail Bolton at the time and left a 3 year old daughter, Ellen. I descend through Sarah and her 2nd husband John Franklin Skelton. k_blanton@yahoo.com
McGill, William M. Enrolled 8/15/1863  Company C, 5th TN Infantry USA. Discharged Nashville, TN 6/30/1865.  
Personal:  5'7" tall; 130 lbs.; dark complexion; dark hair; black eyes. Lived at Sale Creek, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Married Sarah Hunter  November 22nd, 1855 at her father's in Hamilton County, Tennessee. He died January 1st, 1895. She died January 5th, 1904.
McMurray, C. C. Co F 6th NC Cav - Citizen Cemetery
McVeel, Hemby Co I 4th TN Cavalry - Old McDonald Cemetery
Middleton, Capt. Hugh M. 39 GA Regt CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Miller, J. A. Co F 4th TN Cavalry - Jackson Chapel Cemetery
Miller, J. H. Co A 6th TN Infantry - Jackson Chapel Cemetery
Miller, J.P. Co G 5th TN Mounted Infantry, USA Died 1872, Buried in Bald Hill Cemetery, Hamilton Co., TN
Millsaps, Jasper Newton Pvt. Co. C, 5th TN Infantry USA; died 1/3/1905  married to Pheobe Caroline Maddux, died 7/30/1898.  Both are buried in the Millsaps Cemetery on Daisy Mountain. Submitted by Steven L. Smith slsmith@tva.gov
Montgomery, David Son of George Montgomery; brother of George Washington Montgomery of Ooltewah, Tennessee . Inducted into Company B of the 3rd Tennessee Cavalry Battalion on August 7, 1861 at Cleveland , Bradley County , with men from Hamilton County . Captains William Snow, company commander, John B. King, and David N. Montgomery were principal officers.  David was 32 at the time the war began and was the husband of Snow’s daughter. The 1st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment (Carter's) was organized in November, 1862, using the 3rd Tennessee Cavalry Battalion as its nucleus.  David served in the 1st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment during the remainder of the War. He was captured during the Battle of Piedmont (Virginia) on June 5, 1864. Submitted by Keith Ott.
Montgomery, George Washington Son of George Montgomery, brother of David Montgomery of Ooltewah, Tennessee, inducted at age 20 as a Sergeant into Company B of the 3rd Tennessee Cavalry Battalion on August 7, 1861 at Cleveland, Bradley County, with men from Hamilton County. Captains William Snow, company commander, John B. King, David N. Montgomery were the principal officers. The 1st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment (Carter's) was organized in November, 1862, using the 3rd Tennessee Cavalry Battalion as its nucleus.  It was the 1st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment in which the Montgomery brothers served during the remainder of the War. Captured during the Battle of Piedmont (Virginia) on June 5, 1864 and interned at Camp Morton in Indianapolis , Indiana and thereafter forwarded to Point Lookout , Maryland for exchange.  He arrived there on March 23, 1865.  He was admitted the next day to the General Hospital at Howard’s Grove at Richmond , Virginia and released soon thereafter. Submitted by Keith Ott.
Morgan, James Pvt Co. G, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 39, a "good and faithful soldier" per Lt. Col. Nat Witt
Mullens, James 1847 - 1901 Co E TN 5th Vol Inf - Concord Cemetery
Nash, James W. Cpl Co. F, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 34, wounded by shell fragment to right arm; buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery.  married to Nancy C.
Nesbet, J. C. Capt. 21 GA A N D; Col 66 GA Inf, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Nix, Joe John Capt. Co B, 31 AL Regt. CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Norman, John Co I 19 TN inf CSA - Concord Cemetery
Odom, Aaron b: 1823 Buncombe Co., NC Served with the 4th TN Calvary Co. K. Volunteers. He enlisted in Jan. 1862 and died of disease in March 1865. Buried in Chalmette National Cemetery , New Orleans, LA 
Submitted by Jay Odom klo2000_2001@yahoo.com
Odom, William B. b: 1843 Green Co., TN. Served with the 4th TN Calvary Co. K. Volunteers. Enlisted Jan. 1862. He was disabled during the war. Died in Oct. 1898 in TX. 
Submitted by Jay Odom klo2000_2001@yahoo.com
Palmer, A. W. Co E, 31st GA Inf - Citizen Cemetery
Parker, Patrick 47th AL Inf. - Citizen Cemetery
Parks, James Co B 1st TN Light Artillery - Wallace Cemetery
Parrett, George Pvt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 32, farmer; born in 1851 at Soddy.  He migrated to Milam Co., Tx.
Pearson, William J. Cpl Co. F, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 18, farmer
Penix,  John Pvt Co. G, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 26,  farmer
Penney, Andrew Jackson Pvt. Co C, 5th TN Inf USA Farmer from Soddy-Daisy. Enlisted 2/25/1862. Wounded at battle of Resaca. POW
Penney, George Washington Cpl. Co C; 5th TN Inf. Farmer from Soddy-Daisy. Enlisted 2/25/1862
Penney, James Isom Pvt. Co. B TN Light Artillery Vol. USA. Farmer from Soddy-Daisy. Enlisted 10/22/1862
Penney, Miles Pinkton Pvt. 6th TN Mtd Inf. Farmer Soddy-Daisy. Enlisted 10/24/1864
Posey, Wiley D 2nd GA Mnt Inf - Wallace Cemetery
Priddy, John Co. H 3rd Reg Tennessee USA 9/23/1836-4-29/1899
Puckett, W. R. Cpl Co I 5th TN Cavalry - Jackson Chapel Cemetery
Pyron, John Bell Co H, 11 TN Cav, CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Ragsdale, William F Capt. Co H 2nd TN Cav. CSA - Citizen Cemetery
Rains, John Co F 5th TN Mounted Inf - Concord Cemetery
Ramsey, Champion Pvt Co. G, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 40
Reneau, Thomas Co F 9th TN Cav - Wilcoxen Cemetery
Rhea, Henry W Sergeant; Co F, 2nd TN Inf USA; 21; 26 Oct 1861 - 6 Oct 1864. Honorable discharge. Enrolled as 4th Corporal. Promoted to 2nd Sergeant 13 Apr 1863.
Roark, John Pvt Co. E, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 15, Detached to telegraph 08/15/64 at Marietta, Ga. AWOL 02/17/64
Robeson, Littleberry Polk Joined the 43 TENN Inf. Co. K, 5 East TENN Vols. - Gillespie's Regiment, mustered in at Ooltewah November 1862. He served the Confederacy with pride and was part of the defenders at the siege at Vicksburg in July 1863. During the Battle of Black River (West Point, Mississippi), his right arm thrown out of place at the elbow. It was never properly set and troubled him the remainder of his life. Taken a prisoner by the Union forces and sent home; captured again in Dallas (Hamilton County) on October 27, 1863, and sent as a prisoner of war to Nashville. Paroled  November 5, 1863, after signing an Oath of Allegiance.  In 1904, applied for a pension for his service in the Confederate Army, claiming his war injury; his application is #5973. That pension application was rejected with the notation " took oath too soon - #1 only proof." The witnesses for his pension H. J. Humphrey and S. McGhee stated "was a good soldier ready and willing for duty when able."
Courtesy of Phebe Morgan
Rogers, John B. Sgt Co K 4th TN Cav 1841 - 1903 Schniteman Cemetery
Rose, W H Co I 2nd TN Inf - Wallace Cemetery
Scruggs, Barlow O. Co A Holcomb's SC Inf CSA - Concord Cemetery
Selcer, Absalom Capt Co. A  6th Tenn Mtd. Inf. USA d 8 SEP 1881 Vandergriff Cemetery
Submitted by David W. Cox davidwcox@bellsouth.net
Selcer, James Monroe Sgt Co A 9th Tenn Cav  USA - Silverdale Cemetery   Son of Capt Absalom Selcer
Submitted by David W. Cox davidwcox@bellsouth.net
Selcer, William Harrison Pvt 2nd Co K 1st CSA Cav  CSA  d. 14 MAR 1866 Vandergriff Cemetery  s/o Absalom Selcer
Submitted by David W. Cox davidwcox@bellsouth.net
Shadwick, Clifford Co B, 6th TN Mounted Inf - Card Cemetery
Sims, Elliot Pvt Co. E, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 33, Detailed as guard for contraband 09/18/64
Sims, Jerry 39th GA Infantry CSA-Old McDonald Cemetery
Singleton, William d. 07/05/1866, PVT M 1 U S C H ARTY CIVIL WAR; Chattanooga National Cemetery - Plot: J 3797 (interment.com). Submitted by Tracey W. Singleton
Singleton, Wiley b.1843 Company A, 5 (McKenzie's) Cavalry; Private
Submitted by Tracey W. Singleton
Sivley, Absolum Second Lt. Co H 2nd TN Cav CSA - King's Point Cemetery
Sivley, Daniel H. Son of Absolom and Rebecca (Canterbury) Sivley, of King's Point served as a Private in Company A, The Lookout Rangers and Company H 2nd Ashby's Tennessee Cavalry C. S. A. Information provided by Scott Guthrie.
Sivley, Ransom H. Son of Absolom and Rebecca (Canterbury) Sivley of King's Point served as a Private in Company H 2nd Ashby's Tennessee Cavalry C. S. A.
Information provided by Scott Guthrie.
Sivley, William Son of Absolom And Rebecca (Canterbury) Sivley of King's Point served as a Private in Company H 2nd Ashby's Tennessee Cavalry C. S. A. Information provided by Scott Guthrie.
Skelton, John Franklin Enlisted as a Pvt. in Co. G 16th Reg't. Indiana Vol. Inf. April 23, 1861 at Dearborn Co. IN. He was mustered in May 14, 1861 at Richmond, Indiana and was mustered out May 23, 1862 at Washington, DC. His 2nd enlistment was on August 6, 1862 at
Lawrenceburg, Indiana by Lt. Beckman as a corporal in Co. E/F 68th Reg't. Indiana Vol. Infantry. He was mustered in at Indianapolis on August 19, 1862 by captain Osborn and on Nov. 1, 1862 was reduced back to a Pvt. He stayed at Lawrenceburg until March of 1863 and was then transferred to his Regiment at Chattanooga, TN. His last duty was from February to May 1865 at the "SUCK" on the Tennessee River eight miles N. West of Chattanooga. On June 16th his Regiment went to Nashville and on June 20th was mustered out and immediately returned to Indianapolis, IN.  On June 30th they were present at a public reception given to the returned troops at the Tabernacle. He was honorably discharged on July 1, 1865.
Submitter: Ivelyn Kay Skelton Blanton. John moved back to Chattanooga after his discharge and married Sarah Ann Abigail Bolton McCullough ca 1865. They are my great grandparents. John died April 5, 1918 Rome, GA & is buried in the Oakland Cem. there. Sarah died Dec. 12, 1878 & is buried in White Co. AR. k_blanton@yahoo.com
Smith, A J Co. C 5th TN Inf USA - Igou Cemetery
Smith, Elmus Co D 1st AL Cav - Red Bank Cemetery
Smith, Elijah, Jr. b. Dec. 12, 1831. Conscripted into the Confederate Army and died at Chickamauga, Sept. 20th, 1863. Most likely buried in the Confederate Cemetery at Marietta, GA. He was a step brother to the Hartman brothers, and his brother Elisha was an officer in the 6th TN Mtd. Inf. Submitted by: John Hartman, hartmanband@charter.net
Smith, Elisha Kirkland Co A 6th TN Vol Mounted Inf - Fairmount Cemetery
Smith, Samuel A. Pvt. Co. E, 5th TN Infantry, USA. Birchwood Baptist Church Cemetery
Sneed, William Co H 3 NC Mtd Inf - Wilcoxen Cemetery
Spears, Levi 5th TN Infantry - Concord Cemetery
Stiff, John Thomas Co. I, 60th Georgia Infantry 12/15/1839 - 3/14/1894
Stone, Nathaniel Jack  Co. G, 5th Regiment Tennessee Inf, Discharged at Nashville, TN; Born March 5, 1840; Died July 15, 1873 Ooltewah, TN
Stover, Isaac Co. G 5th TN Inf USA; b:1831 d:1892; Married Martha Ann Sparks
Stover, Jeremiah E Co. G 5th TN Inf USA; b:1827 d:1909; married: Lucinda Ann, Mary Killian & Margaret Smith; children:Elizabeth Jane, America Ann, Jane, Mary, Samuel H., Charles, Ellen Lee & Francis. Courtesy of Phebe Morgan
Stover, John Co. G 5th TN Inf USA b:1818 d:1895; married: Ellen
Sutton, Buck Co A, 6 TN Mounted Inf - Vandergriff Cemetery
Talley, Latimore Yarnell Pvt Co. B 1st Arty. USA; died 8/14/1864 of consumption. born 1841. Son of Robert & Rachael Harrison Talley. 
Courtesy of Phebe Morgan
Tankesley, Rufus Miller 37 TN Inf CSA, formed in Chattanooga, 1861 -Buried  Citizen Cemetery
Tanner, Andrew Jackson 4th Reg. Co H TN Volunteers Mounted Inf. Volunteered at age 18 on 1/1/1865 Discharged at Nashville August, 1865.
Temple, Thomas M. Pvt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 16, Tn.; wounded by bullet in right arm
Thornton, John Pvt Co. G, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 21, Born in Hamilton Co., Tn.
Thurman, John Co D 4th GA Cav CSA; Thurman Cemetery
Tidwell, Capt. W. M. Co B 6th GA Reg - Citizen Cemetery
Trewhitt, Daniel Coffee Lieutenant Colonel; Co F&S, 2nd TN Inf USA; Hamilton Co TN; 38; 28 Sep 1861 - 14 Mar 1862. Resigned. Died 4 Jan 1891 at Hamilton Co TN. Appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the regiment 1 Nov 1861. Resigned due to ill health and distress due to the death of his father on 31 Jan 1862 who was captured by Confederates.
Turner, Albert Pvt Co. K, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 18, Born in Hamilton Co., Tn.; farmer
Vandergriff, Alfred Served as a Private in Company I, Regiment 2, TN
Infantry. Taken prisoner 11/6/1863 at Rogersville, TN. Died in
Andersonville Prison on 8/2/1864 of scurvy - Grave No. 4518. Submitted by Jean Kinzalow.
Vandergriff, Jacob Co I 3rd Reg TN Vol Inf - Fairmount Cemetery
Vandergriff, John Co I TN Inf - Fairmount Cemetery
Vinson, James A. Pvt Co. K 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 20 Released 05/08/84; returned from desertion 12/26/64;  farmer
Wallace, Henry
1831-1896. Pvt, Capt. Barry's Co TN Light Artillery (Lookout Artillery)  CSA; Enlisted 16 Sept 1862 Chattanooga; Surrendered 4 May 1865 Citronelle AL, POW; Paroled 11 May 1865 Meridian MS; Mission Ridge Baptist Cemetery, Walker Co. GA; National Archives Record Group Film # M231 Roll 45, Company Muster Rolls. Submitted by Peggy Brinley Harrison lynnharrison@insightbb.com
Walters, Mitchell P. Pvt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 28, farmer
Watson, Samuel H.  Pvt Co. C, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 21 Farmer from Harrison
Wease, George Co F 6th TN Mtd Inf - Wilcoxen Cemetery
Weese, Michael Age 47, enlisted as private, 11 Nov 1861, at Sale Creek,  Hamilton Co, Tenn, in Company I, 2nd Tenn Infantry-USA, captured during Battle of Rogersville on 6 Nov 1863, sent to Andersonville POW Camp, died 4 April 1864. Information provided by Gary Parrott. birdmanofmono@aol.com
Weese, William Age 18, enlisted as a private, 11 Nov 1861, at Sale Creek, Hamilton Co, Tenn, in Company I, 2nd Tenn Infantry-USA, captured during the Battle of Rogersville on 6 Nov 1863, sent to Andersonville POW Camp, died 23 April 1864. Information provided by Gary Parrott. birdmanofmono@aol.com
Weatherford, Silas Co G, 5th TN Cav, CSA - Citizens Cemetery
Weedon, John Co E 4th TN Cavalry - Old McDonald Cemetery
Wells, James Co I 4th TN Cavalry - Montgomery Cemetery
Wells, John Co A 4th TN Cavalry - Montgomery Cemetery
Whalen, James Knox Polk
(1846 - 1919), Hensley Cemetery, Hixson Private, Company H, 1st Regiment Tennessee Cavalry CSA. James was captured on 27th March 1864 at Mossy Creek, Tennessee and imprisoned at Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana until he was released on oath 12 June 1865. Submitted by Recs Jenkins.
Williamson, William M Private; Co I, 2nd TN Inf USA;  24; 28 Feb 1862 - 29 Mar 1865. Honorable discharge. Born in NC. 5ft 10in, dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Occupation farmer. Captured at Rogersville. Confined at Belle Isle and Andersonville. Paroled at Charleston SC 6 Dec 1864. At College Green Barracks 10 Dec. At Camp Parole MD 15 Dec. Furloughed from hospital at Camp Parole 4 Jan 1865. At Camp Chase OH 7 Feb 1865.
Wilson, James M. Pvt Co. I, 5th Tennessee Infantry, USA, 21 AWOL 09/20/63-12/12/63; make good 18 months; farmer
Ziegler, William V. Co. E; 5th TN Regiment Volunteer Infantry. Enlisted March 2,1862 Discharged Nashville,Tenn April 11,1865. Married Cathrine Elizabeth Gregory, Feb.13,1870 Meigs Co. One son, William Nathaniel Ziegler, born October 10,1875.Submitted by Sharon Shumate yonana14@tampabay.rr.com



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