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Webb's Cavalry      
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Pleasant Allmery Cashion - Unknown   
Having finished his medical education Pleasant joined as a surgeon to Col. Hurst 6th Calvary in 1864 and served six months until April 17, 1865 when he muster out. He was born in Weakley County, Tennessee March 4, 1839 to Andrew Jackson and Frances (Winstead) Cashion and married Desda Stowe Febuary 1, 1866. It is reported he died in California. He appeared in one of the articles of Goodspeed. His brother John Franklin served in the 31st Infantry Confederate and also became a physican after the war.
Contact Name:  Valette Randall
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Date Added:  7/25/2010
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Fielding Jackson Hurst - Colonel   
Fielding was born 1810 in Claiborne County in (east) TN. He was the son of Elijah and Margaret Breeding Hurst. He married Melocky Huddleston March 4th 1830. Around 1833 they moved to McNairy County TN. He became a surveyor, lawyer, merchant, farmer . He joined the Masonic lodge at Purdy, TN. He became one of the largest land and slave owners in the area. When war came to southern middle Tennessee Fielding remained loyal to the union.
Contact Name:  Stephen Holt
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Date Added:  4/13/2014
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Mack Jeremiah Leaming - Major   
This regiment is also known as the 1st West Tennessee Cavalry

Mack J. LeamingCompany adjutant. Official Records: Film No. M392 roll 9.

Born in LaPorte Co. IN, son of Daniel Mackintosh Leaming and Mary Tucker. His brothers Edward H. Leaming, Rush Green Leaming, Silas T. Leaming, and William J. Leaming also served in Union regiments.
Contact Name:  Gregory Leaming
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Date Added:  3/8/2005
Company Unknown
Issac Dillard Russom Sr. - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ginny Russom Myers
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Date Added:  1/20/2010
Company Unknown
William Jasper Scroggins - Unknown   
William Jasper Scroggins was born 15 Apr 1837 in Lincoln County, Tennessee, the son of Smith Scroggins and Tabitha George. William Scroggins was living in Tishomingo County, Mississippi, with his extended family when the Civil War began. Two of his bothers, Smith and Abner, enlisted in the Confederate Army but William favored the Union cause. William returned to Bethel, McNairy County, Tennessee and enlisted in the Federal Army. He enlisted in Company C, 1st West Tennessee Cavalry Regiment. This unit was later redesignated as Company C, 6th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment. Williiam served as a teamster and lost one of his arms during the War. He was mustered out of the Federal Army on July 26, 1865 in Pulaski, Tennessee. Family tradition tells us that due to hard feelings from the Civil War and William Jasper's Service in the Yankee Army, the entire Scroggins clan would not associate or talk to William Jasper's family. His brother Smith Scroggins died as a result of wounds he received during the war and there was a lot of animosity against the Federal troops. Supposedly around the mid 1870's the family had a reunion on banks of the Mississippi River near Jacinto, Tishomingo County, Mississippi and the whole family made up and put away hard feelings.
Contact Name:  Garland R. Lively
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Date Added:  5/6/2009
Company A
Charles Pinkney Carter - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mary Schroeder
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Date Added:  9/10/2006
Company B
George Newton Bullman - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael Moore
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Date Added:  12/21/2010
Company E
Alfred Middleton - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Virginia Sanchez
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Date Added:  8/7/2014
Company F
Joseph Fulton Cannon - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ronald Cannon
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Date Added:  3/26/2004
Company F
Levi Thompson - Sergeant   
Served in the Union Army---Co F---6th Tenn. calvary.
Enlisted at Bethel, TN.---09-21-1862 to a HONORABLE discharge as a Sargeant
Pulaski, TN. 07-26-1865.

6th Tennessee Cavalry
Roster of Company F
THOMPSON, Levi ' 29 ' ' Ap Sergt fr privt Dec 30 64
Contact Name:  Margaret Acree
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Date Added:  12/8/2018
Company H
Joseph G Berry - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Bryan Johnson
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Date Added:  10/16/2011
Company H
Risden D. (Davis) Deford - Captain   
Risden D. Deford was born in Alleghany City, Pennsylvania on September 28th 1839. He moved to Florence and Lauderdale Co. Alabama and was on the 1860 census there. When war came to Alabama Risden crossed the line into Hardin and McNairy county TN. December the 20th 1862 he joined the 1st West Tennessee Cavalry as 1st lieutenant. Captain Joseph G. Berry was discharged from the military Risden was promoted to succeed him October 7,1864. He is mentioned several time in the Bugger Saga a book written by Wade Pruitt about guerilla warfare in Lauderdale co, Al. and Wayne and Lawrence co, TN. He suffered at least one major wound during the war. After the war was over he returned to Hardin County TN. where he lived the rest of his life as a business man and served for two years on the state legislature representing Hardin county. Risden D. Deford departed this world November 12, 1911 at Savannah, Tn. and was laid to rest in the City Cemetery in Savannah.
Contact Name:  Stephen Holt
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Date Added:  4/13/2014
Company H
Jonathan Isom Keeton - Private   
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Contact Name:  Bryan Johnson
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Date Added:  10/16/2011
Company H
John R. Wesson - 3rd Sergeant   
John R. Wesson was born about 1834 in Lauderdale County Alabama
Contact Name:  Stephen Holt
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Date Added:  4/26/2014
Company I
James A. Hughes - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Michael Moore
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Date Added:  12/8/2011
Company L
Issac C Wainscott - Corporal   
Issac C. Wainscott was my Great-Great Grandfather and was born and raised in Sharon, Tn. He was wounded and lost his left arm at the elbow so he was discharged in 1864.
Contact Name:  Bobby Joe Hawks
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Date Added:  1/18/2010
Company M
Henry Jackson Benton - Private   
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Contact Name:  Steve Ray
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Date Added:  9/19/2007
Company M
John Thomas Benton - Private   
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Contact Name:  Steve Ray
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Date Added:  9/19/2007
Company M
James Franklin Hampton - Private   
James F Hampton enlisted at North Gibson County, Tennessee on August 11,1862 as a private in Company M of the 6th Tennessee cavalry. He was honorably discharged at Pulaski, Tennessee on July 1,1865. He was a teamster. He was 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighed 190 lbs. He was born Feb 8, 1843 at Carroll County Tennessee and died July 6,1907 at Bradford, Gibson County Tennessee. He married Mary Silvia Mount on Jan 31, 1867 at Gibson County, Tennessee
Contact Name:  Terrell Sellers
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Date Added:  3/17/2011
Company M
Zachariah White - Private   
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Contact Name:  Dwayne White
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Date Added:  6/26/2015
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