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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
Company Unknown
Joseph Mesiah Jarrell - Unknown   
He was my great, great grandfather of whom I am writing a book about. He was from Bedford County, Shelbyville, enlisted as a private Co. A, 8/15/1863 promoted to sgt. mustered out 8/19/1965. Died of Intestine troubles in the 1880's he claimed were a result of the war. He received a union pension and so did his 2nd wife's children til age 16 of which my paternal great grandmother was one Mae Blanche Jarrell Moore, Circa 1885-1941. Joseph's brother Andrew J. Jarrell also joined company A, at the same time, age 19 yrs. old. He was the famous Vanderbilt Univeristy writer's grandfather Randall Jarrell (Professor) who died in 1965 (my cousin). Joseph M.Jarrell was a carpenter in Antioch and Later Shelbyville, Tn. First wife was Mary Ann Sinpson who died during the war, 2nd wife was Sarah Marinda Gregory (My great, great grandmother), and both unions produced 12 children. The younger children were raised in foster care in Middle Tennessee after Joseph and Sarah's death's in the mid 1880's.
Contact Name:  Mary Ann Spain
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Date Added:  1/3/2011
Company Unknown
Leroy Linzy - Private   
Leroy served late in the war, thought to be a conscript.
Contact Name:  Robert Hand
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Date Added:  3/23/2018
Company Unknown
Dicen Raper - Unknown   
He was my great great grandfather
Contact Name:  JoAnn
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Date Added:  5/6/2012
Company A
Charles Matthew Clark - Sergeant   
Enlisted at Shelbyville, TN, age 18. Son of William J. Clark
Contact Name:  Char Clark
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Date Added:  6/28/2007
Company A
William J. Clark - Private   
Enlisted at Shelbyville, TN at the age of 48.
Contact Name:  Char Clark
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Date Added:  6/28/2007
Company B
Jasper N Black - Private   
Pvt Jasper N Black is my great great great grandfather. After serving he settled in Elysian Fields, Texas married twice and raised 14 kids and his neice.
Contact Name:  Kimmi Black
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Date Added:  2/7/2015
Company C
john benjamin cherry - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  gwen barnes
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Date Added:  9/20/2004
Company D
Wesley A Morgan - Private   
Wesley A Morgan Enlisted Sept. 22, 1864, Mustered Oct. 1, 1864, he was wounded Dec. 16, 1864 at the battle of Nashville, he died Dec. 17, 1864, at the age of 19. I would like to to find his resting place.
Contact Name:  Zeke Morgan
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Contact Homepage:  Yahoo.com
Date Added:  11/21/2008
Company D
Alvis H Thomason - Private   
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Contact Name:  Johanna Zundel
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Date Added:  7/25/2011
Company E
Rufus Stewart - Private   
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Contact Name:  Melanie Hevron
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Date Added:  6/17/2010
Company H
John Houston Cunningham - Private   
My great-great grandfather, John Houston Cunningham (2/27/1837--4/19/1922), enlisted Nov. 1, 1864 at Lebanon, TN. He was mustered into service Dec. 14th at Carthage, TN. His enlistment papers describe him as 27-years old, 5-feet 8-inches tall, blue eyes, with a 'florid' complexion. He received an enlistment bonus of $100, another $100 for bringing his horse, and an additional $100 for supplying the 'horse equipment.'

At the time of his enlistment he was married and had three children. He served until the end of the war and returned to his farm in Wilson County.

The Regimental Books for the 4th Tennessee Mounted Infantry show that the soldiers were issued Gallagher Carbines, and Smith Carbines.
Contact Name:  Keith Shaver
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Date Added:  4/23/2011
Company H
Joseph Alexander Cunningham - Private   
Joseph Alexander Cunningham (1/25/1839--2/3/1918) was my great-great uncle, and the younger brother of John Houston Cunningham. Joseph joined Co. H on January 1, 1865 at Carthage, Tennessee. At the time of his enlistment he was married and had two children, with another on the way. At the end of the war he returned to his farm in Wilson County.
Contact Name:  Keith Shaver
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Date Added:  6/18/2011
Company I
David Oliver Brown - Private   
b. 6-17-1845 Cannon Co., TN, d. 1-21-1927 Grsn. Co., TX, bur. Collinsville Cem
Contact Name:  Bill Andrews
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Date Added:  11/10/2011
Company I
Martin M Hart - Private   
Martin is my 2nd great grandfather. Two of his great grandfathers (James Hart and John Rainey were served in the Revolutionary War for South Carolina. His grandfather, Henry Hart, served in the War of 1812.

Martin Hart enlisted on Jan 2 65 and mustered on Feb 1 65 in Company I as a Privt. Age 19 http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.cfm (Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System)
Contact Name:  S Imbeaux
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Date Added:  11/5/2010
Company I
David E Perryman - Private   
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Contact Name:  William L Perryman III
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Date Added:  4/16/2012
Company K
William Henry Flowers - Private   
He was my GGgrandfather on my mothers side.left Tenn in 1866 moved to Southern Illinois with his wife Mary and children
Contact Name:  Dean High
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Date Added:  4/15/2009
Company K
John Andrew Hill - Corporal   
Action Walls Hill Sept 28, 1864; Polk County Nov 23, 1864; mustered out Aug 25 1865.
Contact Name:  Gena
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Date Added:  5/24/2013
Company K
Dison J Raper - Corporal   
Dison J Raper enlisted in 1861 Monroe Tennessee. He was run through at the Battle of Champion Hill.At Big Black River.He along with a total of 1700 fellow Confederate's were captured by Grant's Union Army.They were stranded and left behind as a result of his fellow retreating confederate solders Burned the two bridges behind themselves leaving all remaining to be captured or killed.
Dison was run through on May 17th 1863. Although still alive he along with other fellow solders were taken as POW to Ft Delaware in New Jersey. This was both a prison and Hospital.
Dison died as result of his wounds a short time later. It was estimated according to union records Dison died on Jun 15th 1863. He is buried in a mass Grave on Pea patch Island.There is a monument with a list of all buried there.
Contact Name:  Robert Rapier
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Date Added:  2/6/2010
Company K
George Washington Roberts - Private   
George Washington Roberts; Private; Company K 4th Tennessee Mounted Infantry; b 8 Jun 1847; d 22 May 1917
Contact Name:  Debra Roberts
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Date Added:  4/1/2018
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