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Webb's Cavalry      
Company Unknown
Patrick Conway - 1st Lieutenant   
Known to family members after the war as Ol' Pat, as he had a nephew named Patrick Conway born after the war.
Contact Name:  Jerold Newton
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Date Added:  8/15/2007
Company A
Benjamin Franklin Cuffman - Private   
Fought at Stones River and likely participated on Morgan Raid across the Ohio River.
Contact Name:  Carl Cuffman
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Date Added:  3/4/2010
Company A
evander foster - Private   
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Contact Name:  jim lemley
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Date Added:  6/4/2012
Company A
isaac madison foster - Corporal   
captured at ft. donelson died in union prison terra haute ind. 1862.
Contact Name:  jim lemley
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Date Added:  6/4/2012
Company A
robert herron foster - Private   
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Contact Name:  jim lemley
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Date Added:  6/4/2012
Company B
Albert Gallatin Cooley - Private   
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Contact Name:  Carl Cuffman
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Date Added:  3/16/2010
Company B
George Washington Whitten - Private   
George Washington Whitten was the son of George and Elizabeth Cox Whitten natives of South Carolina who moved to Wayne County Tn in 1829. He was born Jan 9,1825,in Lauderdale co,Al. He died Jan 6,1908 and is buried in Whitten Crossroads Cemetery Wayne County,Tn.
Contact Name:  Stephen B. Holt
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Date Added:  8/25/2012
Company C
Augustus Holmes Alston - Private   
Captured during the war. Afterwards he became a circuit court judge in Alabama.
Contact Name:  Jordan Kearney
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Date Added:  12/12/2008
Company C
James Knox Polk Bloodworth - Private   
'Morgen's Men'. Died of wounds suffered in the Ohio raid.

James Bloodworth enlisted 1 Sep 1862 from Sumner County. He was badly wounded on the Ohio raid (his leg was shot off). He was captured and taken to Kentucky near Bowling Green, where he died in the hospital under the care of a caring nurse whose name was Mattie Miller. He died in Cynthiana, Kentucky on 2 July 1863 in defense of states' rights. The inscription on his tomb is as follows:

'Their names shall never be forgot, While fame here records. Keep and Dearly guard this hallowed spot Where valor proudly stays.'

Erected 27 May 1869 by the Cynthiana, KY Confederate Memorial Inscription Company in memory of the Confederate dead who fell in defense of Constitutional liberty.
Contact Name:  Mark Anderson
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Date Added:  11/16/2007
Company C
Sumner Hugh Bloodworth - Private   
'Morgan's Men'. Captured during the Civil War. Died Aug 1872, Wilson Co, TN.
Contact Name:  Mark Anderson
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Date Added:  11/16/2007
Company C
Ebinezah unknown Goins - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael J. Goins
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Date Added:  7/24/2008
Company C
Louis Levi Goins-Goens - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael J. Goins
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Date Added:  7/24/2008
Company C
John Dillard Kirkpatrick - Captain   
Capt. Kirkpatrick led the 110 men who escaped across the Ohio River at Buffington's Island, Ohio in the Morgan's great raid in the summer of 1863.
Contact Name:  Thomas G. Stevens
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Date Added:  9/5/2006
Company C
Samuel Thomas Woody - Unknown   
Served with Forrest
Contact Name:  John Michael Woody
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Date Added:  11/30/2008
Company E
Thomas Whitesides Rippy - Corporal   
Thomas Whitesides Rippy
9th Regiment Tennessee Calvary Corporal
Contact Name:  Alyssa Rippy
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Date Added:  3/29/2013
Company E
Griffith C Walker - Private   
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Contact Name:  Lynn Watson
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Date Added:  4/18/2016
Company F
John Bradsford Cardwell - Private   
John has three cards in his military file. He enlisted in Smith Co. Tenn. on 1 Sept.1862. Enlisted by C.E.Cossitt for three years. He was abt 23 years old. His unit was reorganized several times. Morgan's Brigade and Divison.
Note: Most of these men were captured on General Morgan's expedition into Ohio in 1863. John survived the war.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  4/1/2015
Company F
Charles Edward Cossitt - Captain   
Previous service: Captain, 2nd Tennessee Infantry (Walker's) at Belmont and Shiloh.
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Captain, Co. G (later F), 9th Tennessee Cavalry (Bennett's/Ward's), killed at Milton, Tennessee. March 20, 1863.
Contact Name:  Daniel Chambers
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Date Added:  1/27/2008
Company F
Alex Rowe - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Jerry Buzan
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Date Added:  3/30/2014
Company F
Andrew J Shrum - Private   
collateral ancestor
Contact Name:  Jay Robertson
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Date Added:  4/20/2004
Company Field & Staff
Robert Augustus Alston - Lt. Colonel   
Adjutant General of Gen John Hunt Morgan's cavalry brigade.
Contact Name:  Jordan Kearney
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Date Added:  12/12/2008
Company G
John Weatherred - Sergeant   
His diary indicates in July 1862 he was with Wheeler of John Hunt Morgans Cavalry. Then a regiment from Sumner Tenessee was formung under John W. Wiseman Company A which became Company G. of the new regiment. Then James Bennett became the Colonl of the new Regement. It was called Benett's Regiment or 9ty Tennessee Calvery of Morgan's Command. He was with Hunt until his death.
Contact Name:  Stan Weatherred
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Date Added:  5/24/2006
Company H
Wilson Pope Perry - Private   
My Great Great Grandfather on my father's mother's side
Wilson Pope Perry was born 15 Jun 1844 in Sumner Co, Tn, and died 19 Jun 1913 in Simpson Co, Ky. He married Hannah Parrish, 22 Aug 1860 in Macon Co, Tn, daughter of William Parrish and Sarah Alsup. She was born 07 Jun 1847 in Sumner Co, Tn and died 27 Sep 1932 in Simpson Co, Ky.
Sept 1,1862 - Tennesseans in the Civil War - Vol 1 pg 74 - Wislon Pope Perry enlisted in Co. H, 9th Tennessee Cavalry CSA at Hartsville Tn - Co. H 9th Tn Cavalry, C.S.A. organized 1 Sept 1861 at Hartsville Tn - Men from Sumner, Trousdale and Wilson Counties. - Consolidated with Company E to form 2nd Co. G in Dec 1862. Married Hannah Parrish on 22 August 1860 in Macon CO, Tn.
Headquarters, Camp David C Walker # 640, U C V, Franklin, Ky, 2 April 1898 - R. P. Finn Commander - Wilson Baird 1st Lieut - Dr. J. W. Neely Surgeon - Wm Swan Sec & Treas - Camp was called to order by Commander R. P. Finn, then the minutes of the last meeting held January 1st were read & approved. A resolution was offered by A. W. Harwell and carried offering the services of Camp Walker to the government in case of War with Spain. Capt. R. P. Finn was instructed to notify President McKinnley & Gov. Bradley of the same. Wilson P. Perry was rec'd as a member of the Camp.
Contact Name:  Michael Gann
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Date Added:  1/23/2006
Company H
Thomas Jefferson Turnbow - Private   
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Contact Name:  Gary Ayres
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Date Added:  8/11/2007
Company K
John M McGinnis - Sergeant Major   
John was placed into the 9th (later 19th) Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, Company K., as a 5th Sergeant (Sergeant Major) under Captain R.M. Sharp

Then, the 9th Tennessee Cavalry regiment was placed under Colonel J.B. Biffle who was attached directly to General Forrest’s staff
Contact Name:  James Carey
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.vizualstorm.com/jc/web-content/index.html
Date Added:  12/24/2007
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