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50th Virginia Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Thomas Harmon HorneRank: Private Company: H

Thomas H. Horne was one of nine brothers to serve the Confederacy. Jesse Horne, Dr. John Polson Horne, Samuel P. Horne, William Horne, Charles Wesley Horne, Henry Horne, Stephen Horne, Nicholas Johnson Horne. Thomas H Horne: Pvt Co H. Enlisted at age 20, Wise CH, Wise County 6-3-61. Hospital, sick, Lewisburg 8-11-61 through 11-1-61. Post war live in Washington County Ark. died there 9-20-1914 (9-16-1904). Co H was known as' Wise Yankee Catchers.' The company served for the duration of the war. Buried in 'Son's Chapel Cemetery' in Washington Co. Arkansas. Son of Nicholas Horne and Nancy Horne ARKANSAS CONFEDERATE PENSIONS Surname: Horn Given Name: Thomas H. Application Number: 13232 Widow Surname: Horn Widow Given Name: Teresa C. Company: H Regiment: 50 State Served From: Virginia Division: Infantry Pension County: Washington Death Date: 9/16/1904 Application Year: Widow Death Date: Comments: widow applied 1905 / filed as 'Horne, Thomas H.' 50th Va Inf Battles Carnifax Ferry Sept 10 1861 Fort Donelson Feb 12-16 1862 Kanawha Campaign Sept 1862 Kelly's Store Jan 30 1863 Blackwater River 30 1863 Gettysburg July 1-3 1863 Bristoe Campaign Oct 1863 Mine Run Campaign Nov-Dec 1863 The Wilderness May 5-6 1864 Spotsylvania Court House May 8-21 1864 North Anna May 22-26 1864 Cold Harbor Jun 1-3 1864 Lynchburg Campaign June 1864 Monocacy July 9 1864 3rd Winchester Sept 19 1864 Fisher's Hill Sept 22 1864 Cedar Creek Oct 19 1864 Waynesborough Mar 2 1865 Info from COMPENDIUM OF THE CONFEDERATE ARMIES-VIRGINIA by Stewart Sifakis.

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