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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
Company A
Isaac Anderson Loag Willson - Private   
The Willson family also had a brother to Isaac Anderson Loag--his name was William Kendle Willson, he died in Andersonville 14 August 1864 after being captured in a battle.
Contact Name:  Ruth Wilson Govorochin
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Date Added:  3/28/2008
Company A
William Kendle Willson - Private   
He is the brother to my great grandfather; captured by the Confederates and died in Andersonville Prison 14 August 1864.
Contact Name:  Ruth Wilson Govorchin
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Date Added:  3/28/2008
Company B
Benjamin Franklin Abbott - Private   
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Contact Name:  Donald M Wilson
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Date Added:  9/29/2011
Company B
John Andrew Abbott - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  John Anthony Abbott
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Date Added:  2/21/2011
Company B
Adam Fagela Waters - Sergeant   
Was from Blount County. Died November 12, 1895
Contact Name:  Scott McGill
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Contact Homepage:  volman099
Date Added:  2/6/2010
Company C
Nathaniel Munsey Berry - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jeff Berry
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Date Added:  5/17/2004
Company D
Elijah Bowman - Corporal   
My Great Great Grandfather. From Bledsoe County Tennessee. Served in the 6th Tennessee Mounted Infantry Regiment. Made Corporal in 1864. Returned to Bledsoe County after the war, married and raised a family.
Contact Name:  Lyndal Britt
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Contact Homepage:  www.windstream.net
Date Added:  3/26/2015
Company D
Henry Clay Maxwell - Private   
My great grandfather's younger brother enlisted 4-18-62 They were prosperous farmers and slave owners of Knox County but, out of conviction, chose Union service. Henry had to travel to Kentucky to join. Fought at Perryville and Stone's River. Succumbed to illness and hospitalized at Knoxville in March, 1864. Did not return to service.
Contact Name:  John E. McDaniel
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Contact Homepage:  http://macdonnellofleinster.org
Date Added:  1/18/2011
Company E
James White - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  William E. White
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Date Added:  11/28/2008
Company F
Nickolus B. Grant - Private   
Nickolus B. Grant was born ca. 1846 in Campbell Co. Tenn. and was the son of Rufus Grant and Lucy Parker. He is the brother of my 3rd great grandfather John Parker Grant. Nicholus was with Co. F., 6th Tennessee, U.S. He traveled up and over Cumberland Gap to join. Wrote a small booklet called 'Life of a Common Soldier.'
Contact Name:  Joe Mode
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Date Added:  7/10/2006
Company F
John Ridenour - Private   
Son of David Ridenour-Elizabeth Heath. Lived in Anderson and Union Counties, Tennessee. Died in 1896. Buried in Baker's Forge Memorial Cemetery, Campbell County, Tennessee.
Contact Name:  James Ridenour
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Date Added:  3/19/2007
Company F
George M. Taylor - Sergeant   
Enlisted &
Mustered March 10, 1862 Age: 19 Brother of John B, James W, and William R.Taylor Sons of Annis Gray & George W Taylor of Monroe Co Tn. These brothers were gr gr grandsons of my 5 x gr grandparents Thomas and Anna Sumpter Land of Wilkes Co N C Many of their cousins in N C, Ala, Tx, & Tn. were Confederate

Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  4/3/2009
Company G
Francis Henry Bounds - Captain   
He was a captain in the Union Army during the American Civil War, leading Company G of the 6th Infantry, serving under Gen. Wm S Rosencrans. He served from Apr 1862 to Oct 1863.

He led his infantry in the campaign to recapture Atlanta, which began in Kentucky proceeding through Tullahoma to Chattanooga to Atlanta. His infantry was being transported by train to Tullahoma when the train was attacked by Confederate soldiers near McMinnville.

In order to engage the Rebels, his infantry along with Capt Bounds jumped off the moving train. Capt Bounds fell injuring his legs. Because of his injury, he was provided with a horse to lead his company. After six months of disability, he submitted a disability resignation, which was accepted by Gen. Rosencrans.

Although Tennessee was a Confererate State, soldiers from East Tennessee often volunteered for the Union Army, as they seldom held slaves, and therefore did not necessarily side with the Confederate belief in slavery.
Contact Name:  Tommy Wood
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Date Added:  7/29/2014
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