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Webb's Cavalry      
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Martin Van Buren Brock - Private   
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Contact Name:  Lyndal Britt
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Date Added:  2/20/2016
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ambrose holt - Private   
died 12/25/62 ,buried in Nashville ,Tn. at the National Cemetery.
Contact Name:  jeff rich
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Date Added:  5/9/2012
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Michael B Wycuff - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jonathan Wycuff
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Date Added:  10/18/2008
Company C
Pleasant Trent - Private   
Pleasant Trent was captured and taken to the prison camp at Belle Isle, Richmond VA. He was part of a prisoner exchange due to illness. He died from scurvy soon after arriving to the Annapolis MD hospital; he was buried there.
Contact Name:  Brenda Greene
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Date Added:  8/21/2016
Company F
Morgan Kirby - Private   
Morgan Kirby was my 4th Great Grandfather. He served with Tenn 10th Cavalry, Company F. He died on 12 or 15 of Jan 1865, I believe of diarrhea.
Contact Name:  CHRISTY WILLIAMS
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Date Added:  4/21/2016
Company F
Daniel Wilcoxen - Private   
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Contact Name:  Bill Ingram
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Date Added:  4/6/2014
Company H
James Patterson Cockerham - Artificer   
James was a farrier with the 10th Tennessee serving from 8 November 1863 until 1 August 1865. He was in Tullahoma in June 1864, Pulaski Sep 1864, at Franklin Nov 28-30 1864 at Nashville during the weeks prior and in the battle near Shy's Hill. Participated in the pursuit of the Army of Tennessee to Alabama then served guard duty in west Tennessee afterward.
Contact Name:  Larry D. Cockerham
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Date Added:  4/6/2008
Company I
James Bly Ownbey - Corporal   
James was born and raised in Blairsville, Union County, Georgia. He was 18 years old when he joined Co.I in Nashville,Tennessee in August of 1864. He seved with his regiment through many battles and skirmishes against Wheeler and Forrest. He was wounded at Duck River, Tennessee but stayed with his company. He also took part in the Battle of Nashville, Tennessee under General James Wilson. He was mustered out of service in August of 1865 in Nashville, Tennessee. He returned home to Union County after the war until the 1890's when he and his family moved to Texas.
Contact Name:  Shane Honea
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Date Added:  2/5/2008
Company K
Hardin Goddard Hope - Private   
Hardin is by far one of the more interesting people in my family. He actually fought on both sides during the Civil War 1863 (CSA) and 1864-1865 (USA). He is the son of Hale and Nancy and had 2 other brothers that served in the war
David Hope, who died in captivity, and
Andrew Nelson Hope
both of them serving the Union in the 2nd Regiment Tennessee Infantry.
He lived from 1846-1928.
Contact Name:  Jacob
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Date Added:  6/28/2016
Company M
Samuel Marion Burdett - Private   
Samuel M. Burdett was born about 1833 to George Washington Burdett and Eda Hockett in Bledsoe County Tennessee. Joined Company M, 10th Tennessee Cavalry (USA). Brother to Noah and Henry Burdett in the 4th Tennessee Cavalry (USA) and Thomas H. Burdett of the Confederate forces. Samuel Burdett was very likely a Confederate soldier in the 22nd Tennessee Infantry Battalion (CSA). Married Nancy Jane Swafford. Died 1922. Buried in Burdett Cemetery, Walden's Ridge, Bledsoe County. He is the brother to the great great grandmother of the submitter's wife.
Contact Name:  Scott Glass
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Date Added:  1/21/2007
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