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Webb's Cavalry      
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James Albert Ritcherson - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  G W Bernheimer
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Date Added:  2/19/2011
Company C
Thomas Jefferson Moffitt - Private   
Thomas J. Moffitt, b. 19 March 1844, married Mary Susan Sanders, a younger sister to my g-grandfather Sargent Prentiss Sanders.

Sources: Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System; 'Tennesseans in the Civil War, Part II,' Civil War Centennial Commission, Nashville, Tennessee (1965), p. 289; Military Service Records, Hill College History Complex (Hillsboro, Texas); and, Soldier's Application for Pension dated 3 June 1911, Bell County, Texas.
Contact Name:  Jim Denison
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Date Added:  7/24/2008
Company D
J R Cone - Private   
J.R. survived the Civil War to come home & raise a large family including a son named Bedford ,I am sure connecting him to Bedford Forrest whom his unit had fought with. Bedford's brother Jesse was in same unit.
Contact Name:  Thomas Cone
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Date Added:  5/9/2012
Company D
Thomas melton cone - Private   
Thomas Cone was captured near Pulaski,Tn. transferred to Louisville,Kentucky,then to Camp Chase ,Ohio where he died in prison. He had fought along side his brother J.R.Cone both my great great grand uncles.
Contact Name:  thomas cone
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Date Added:  5/9/2012
Company D
Robert J Reed - Private   
My great-great grandfather.
Contact Name:  Barry Sowell
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Date Added:  4/3/2008
Company E
Eli Jenkins - Private   
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Date Added:  4/1/2009
Company E
Edward Livingston Sanders - 3rd Sergeant   
Edward L. Sanders, b. 1 April 1838, was the older brother of my g-grandfather Sargent P. Sanders.

Source: Company Muster Roll for May - June 1864

Contact Name:  Jim Denison
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Date Added:  7/24/2008
Company E
Elijah Milam Vickers - Private   
The 21st(also called the 16th and Wilson's) Regiment Tennessee Cavalry was organized about February 4, 1864 by the consolidation of Franklin's and Kizer's Regiments Tennessee Cavalry.Elijah shows on the Muster Rolls from July 1- Dec 31, 1863 again In March and April, 1864, and the last time May and June 1864 where he was absent. Without leave Corinth Miss, May 23, 1864.
Contact Name:  Cynthia Diane Vickers Hancock
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Date Added:  11/21/2009
Company E
Benjamin L. Walker - Private   
Killed at Brices Crossroads. Film Number M231 roll 45.
Contact Name:  troy tucker
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Date Added:  1/30/2010
Company F
George Washington Terry - Private   
He is my paternal great-grandfather. He enlisted in Confederate service in the Spring of 1864 when he was 16 years old. The State of Texas Confederate Widow''s Pension, completed by his widow, Martha Salinas Terry, noted that ''. . .he served in Forrest''s command.'' He was surrendered in May, 1865 at Citronel AL with N.B. Forrest. That puts him in the Alabama Campaign (1864 - 65) where Forrest fought a series of battles against Gen. James Wilson down the lenght of Alabama, including the Battle of Selma, Alabama. After the war, he returned home to Lebanon, Tenn. He was a Methodist curcuit preacher in Tennessee before moving to Manvel, Texas. He is buried in the Manvel cemetary. His grave is marked by a 3'' oblisk (only one in the cemetary). Yes, he is one who ''. . . rode with Forrest.''
Contact Name:  John Terry
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Date Added:  9/19/2002
Company F
George Washington Terry - Private   
He is my paternal great-grandfather. He enlisted in Confederate service in the Spring of 1864 when he was 16 years old. The State of Texas Confederate Widow''s Pension, completed by his widow, Martha Salinas Terry, noted that ''. . .he served in Forrest''s command.'' He was surrendered in May, 1865 at Citronel AL with N.B. Forrest. That puts him in the Alabama Campaign (1864 - 65) where Forrest fought a series of battles against Gen. James Wilson down the lenght of Alabama, including the Battle of Selma, Alabama. After the war, he returned home to Lebanon, Tenn. He was a Methodist curcuit preacher in Tennessee before moving to Manvel, Texas. He is buried in the Manvel cemetary. His grave is marked by a 3'' oblisk (only one in the cemetary). Yes, he is one who ''. . . rode with Forrest.''
Contact Name:  John Terry
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Date Added:  9/19/2002
Company H
Adolphus Gayleon Andrews - Private   
Adolphus G. Andrews, b. 30 July 1833, was an older brother of my g-grandmother Mary Elizabeth (Andrews) Taylor.

(NOTE: Adolphus G. Andrews originally joined for duty and enrolled Aug. 7, 1861, in Company H, 27th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, for a period of 12 months.)

Source: Company Muster Roll for July 1 - Dec. 31, 1863, dated Feb. 5, 1864

Contact Name:  Jim Denison
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Date Added:  7/24/2008
Company H
Belzoni F. Andrews - Private   
Belzoni F. Andrews was an older brother of my g-grandmother Mary Elizabeth (Andrews) Taylor.

(NOTE: On Aug. 17, 1861, Belzoni F. Andrews was mustered into service for a period of 12 months with Co. K, 27th Tennessee Infantry Regiment.)

Sources: Company Muster Roll for July 1-Dec. 31, 1863, dated Feb. 5, 1864
Contact Name:  Jim Denison
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Date Added:  7/24/2008
Company H
John H. Andrews - Private   
John H. Andrews, b. 22 November 1831, was an older brother of my g-grandmother Mary Elizabeth (Andrews) Taylor. Military records evidence his service in Company H, 21st (Wilson's) Tennessee Cavalry Regiment.

Sources: Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System; National Archives Compiled Military Service Records
Contact Name:  Jim Denison
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Date Added:  7/24/2008
Company K
William Anderson Black - Private   
Great Grandfather
Contact Name:  James Lee Neal
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Date Added:  11/16/2011
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