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Webb's Cavalry      
Company Unknown
John M McGinnis - Private   
John was at home after being discharged from the 4th TN Infantry.

While the 7th cavalry (Faulkner's Company of Jackson's cavalry) was enforcing the conscript law in the Dyer county TN area (around August 1862), John was 'volunteered' or he voluntered himself to go back into service (unknown which).

He was at the named rendezvous at a spot 8 miles south of Ripley, TN, in Lauderdale County (the next county South of Dyer County) as part of Jackson’s 7th Tennessee Cavalry (Faulkner's)awaiting movement out.

Anyone know what the Company of this unit was?

Anyway, he and others were captured (on or about 11 Aug, 1862)and sent to Alton, IL prison from Aug 1862 to Sept 1862.
Contact Name:  James Carey
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Date Added:  12/24/2007
Company Unknown
Thomas J McGuire - Unknown   
Born 1835 Alabama, married Phila Ann Berry, in White County, TN,lived and worked as carpenter near Cookeville, Putnam County, Tennessee. He enlisted as Pvt, Co A, 7th Bn, (Bennett's) Tenn Cavalry, CSA at Hartsville, TN. Killed in action date and place unknown. Shot off his horse (so said his dau. Nancy J McGuire Vest). Had three daughters, America, Nancy Jane, and Josephine McGuire.
Note: This battalion was later merged into the 22nd Tenn Cavalry CSA.
Contact Name:  Roland Monette
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Date Added:  3/8/2015
Company B
William H Wardlaw - Private   
William was born in 1827 in South Carolina and migrated west. He was 37 years old when he enlisted 1 May 1864 in 7th Regiment Tenn. Cavalry [Duckworth's] which had previously been Jackson's 1st Tenn, Cavalry. He has 2 cards in his archival file. Enlisted by Capt. James R Russell. He was at Fort Pillow 3-5 June 1862. Rode with Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest in Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi. His unit surrendered with Forrest's forces at Gainsville, Alabama 12 May 1865. Place of death is not known and grave not yet found. He was alive in 1881. PS: William could have been in 1st Jackson's Tenn Vol Cavalry but no documentation has been found.
We are related on my mothers side by a very distant marriage.
Contact Name:  phillip thomas
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Date Added:  9/17/2019
Company E
James R. Webb - Private   
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Contact Name:  Robert M. Webb
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Date Added:  6/15/2011
Company E
McDaniel Webb - Private   
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Contact Name:  Robert M. Webb
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Date Added:  6/15/2011
Company F
L T Pankey - Private   
L.T Pankey has only two cards on file at the archives. Company Muster Roll [not dated ] Places him in Co. F 7th [Duckworth's] Tennessee Cavalry [Confederate] He enlisted for 3 years at Cacy Station, Ky, by Lt. Col. Brewer. The consolidation of unattached and depleted [ shot to hell ] companies that later made up the 7th Cavalry. Reoganized in June 1862 with 12 companies [A thru M]
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  1/21/2014
Company G
William Walton McConnell - Private   
Enlisted at Paris, TN Feb. 1864. After the Battle of Brice's Crossroads he was apparently on sick call, but remained with the regiment. His NARA records show he was declared a deserter in Nov. 1864. He states in his pension request that after he became ill he remained with the regiment but did not engage in combat. He claims he and several others were left at Jackson, TN Sept. 1864 when the regiment moved into Middle TN. He then made his way home to Paris, TN. He was a life-long bachelor and in his later years lived in his brother's household. He died in 1925 and is buried in Old Antioch Cem. north of Paris. His gravestone was placed by the Daughters of Confederacy. It features a Confederate battle flag carved over the top.
Contact Name:  Walker McCulloch
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Date Added:  12/27/2005
Company G
Pleas Tipton - Private   
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Contact Name:  Curt Tipton
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Date Added:  1/18/2006
Company K
Joseph Daniel Whitley - Private   
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Contact Name:  Darrin Dickey
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.pastigo.com
Date Added:  3/6/2005
Company L
James Lewis Moore - Private   
Buried: Hornbeak Cemetery, Hornbeak, Tn.
Contact Name:  Billy J. Foster
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Date Added:  1/18/2006
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