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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
Company Unknown
George Byrum - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Gary T. Byrum
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Date Added:  1/14/2006
Company Unknown
Charles H. Conger - Private   
Charles was originally with Co. 'A' Fulcher's Brigade, Nashville Infantry Battalion. That unit became the 1st. Tennessee Infantry, and he was in Co. 'L' added I think in 1862. I'm looking for any records on Charles.
Contact Name:  Bob Boyce
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Date Added:  5/2/2008
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William Cunningham - Private   
collateral ancestor
Contact Name:  Jay Robertson
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Date Added:  4/20/2004
Company Unknown
James Kidd - Private   
I would love to talk to anyone looking for James Kidd who married Mary Jane McCamey. James was the son of Robert & Esther Kidd from Blount Co. Tennessee. He died in the Civil War. I really need help with some war related information.
Contact Name:  Michelle Kidd-Johnson
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Date Added:  6/28/2011
Company Unknown
William Bryant Newson III - Unknown   
William Bryant Newson III was my ggg Uncle.
Contact Name:  Ray Dozier
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Date Added:  8/30/2009
Company B
James Merritt - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Contact Homepage:  Givem Tha Cold Steel Boys
Date Added:  1/20/2011
Company B
Edward Rezin Spurrier - Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Carl Cuffman
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Date Added:  6/15/2010
Company C
Wiley Wills - Unknown   
Gr-Grandfather Wiley Wills served in the 1st Tennessee Infantry Company C.
Contact Name:  Jim Feld
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Date Added:  2/23/2002
Company D
William Banks - Private   
He was in CO D 18th Tennessee Infantry Regiment
I reard he derw a pension from The Confederate States untill he died in 1921 if these facts are true
Contact Name:  Ray A BANKS
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Date Added:  11/24/2005
Company E
George Geschwindt - Corporal   
This is my great-great grandfather. He was a recent immigrant from Germany and spoke very little English, a new husband and soon to be father. He died as a result of illness contracted during his service. He is buried near the Confederate Circle at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Nashville TN.
Contact Name:  Linda Carter
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Date Added:  11/5/2010
Company E
john gregg - General   
gggg uncle brig general john gregg..brigade consisted of 1st tenn infantry, 10th tenn infantry, 50,51 tenn infantry
Contact Name:  rick gregg
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Date Added:  10/10/2005
Company F
james townes rawls - Private   
united daughters of the confederacy ancestor
Contact Name:  jim lemley
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Date Added:  6/5/2012
Company G
Noah Brant Owen - Private   
Noah Brant Owen was my great great grandfather from Santa Fe, Maury County, Tennessee. Brant Owen, as he was called around Santa Fe, TN served alongside his son John M. Owen in the 1st Tennessee Infantry (Maney's CSA) in company G also known as the Brown's Guards. It was comprised of men from Maury & Hardin counties. Brant was discharged in February 1862 due to sickness & incapacitation. John M. was discharged in summer 1861 due to a broken arm.
Contact Name:  Jeffrey Green
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Date Added:  11/12/2014
Company H
John Wesley Brandon - Private   
John W. a.k.a. J.W. Brandon is my great grandfather. He joined the 1st TN Infantry at the start of the war with his three first cousins, James, Alexander & Edmund Brandon also members of Company H. Wounded by a yankee miniball in the right calf at Shiloh ending his Infantry roll in the conflict for Southern Independence in April of 1862, J.W. Brandon joined Co E of the 9th TN Cavalry in September of 1862. In Nov./Dec. of 1862, the 9th TN Cavalry became part of Brig. Gen. John Hunt Morgan's Regimental Cavalry Bridage. J.W. Brandon rode with Morgan's Cavalry on the IN/OH Raid in July of 1863, captured July 19, 1863 at Buffington Island,OH, he spent the remainder of the conflict imprisoned at the Union Andersonville, Camp Douglas in Chicago.
Contact Name:  Mark V. Brandon
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Date Added:  7/25/2008
Company H
Phillip M. Snow - Private   
He is buried in Fielding Cemetery in Limestone, Co. Alabama.
Contact Name:  Donnie Stanford
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Contact Homepage:  Yahoo
Date Added:  12/30/2007
Company H
James M Sowell - Sergeant   
James Sowell is the 1st cousin of my great-great grandfather William Burr Sowell of the 48th Tennessee Infantry. He is the son of Capt.David R Sowell also of the 48th.
Contact Name:  Barry Sowell
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Date Added:  1/3/2008
Company I
William M Beachboard - Private   
Enlisted Oct 20 1862 for 2 years .Sick at home Jan. and Feb 1863 and died Feb 23 1863 at home.
Contact Name:  Ronald K Beachboard
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Date Added:  11/28/2011
Company I
Ephraim L. Turner - Private   
Ephraim joined the “Rutherford Rifles” at age 19 upon its organization at the beginning of the Civil War. He was six feet tall with a fair complexion, blond hair and hazel eyes. He fought with the company in western Virginia, Shiloh, and Perryville. He was wounded during the latter battle but was fit for duty by the time the army was engaged at Murfreesboro. He was wounded again on December 27, 1862 at Lavergne, while the Union army was marching on Murfreesboro. He was later captured by the Yankees while recovering in Confederate Hospital #1 after the Confederate army retreated from Murfreesboro following the battle there. He spent some time in prison at Louisville, Kentucky before being exchanged in 1863. He joined Captain Lytle’s Company D, 11th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, CSA, in 1864 and remained in that company until its surrender at Citronelle, Alabama in May, 1865. After the war he married and went into the dry good business with his father-in-law. He later became an insurance agent. Ephraim died in Murfreesboro on September 5, 1899 and is buried in Evergreen Cemetery. This information was taken from the book, “Rutherford Rifles” by Barry Lamb.
Contact Name:  Keith Shaver
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Date Added:  8/14/2014
Company I
Robert J. Turner - Private   
Robert is the elder brother of Ephraim Turner, and also was an original member of the Rutherford Rifles. He joined as a private but was appointed hospital steward soon after his enlistment. He fought as a private in the ranks and also attended the wounded from time to time until June 1863, when he was appointed assistant surgeon in the Confederate army. He served in that capacity until the end of the war, surrendering at Meridian, Mississippi in May, 1865. He married in 1866 and received a medical degree from the University of Nashville in 1870 and practiced medicine there. He later moved his practice to Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi. In his later years, he moved to Winnsboro, Wood County, Texas to live with his son, Thomas Blanks Turner. He died there on October 7, 1927 and is buried in Lee Cemetery. Taken from the book, “Rutherford Rifles” by Barry Lamb.
Contact Name:  Keith Shaver
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Date Added:  8/14/2014
Company K
Winfield Gowan McGrew - Private   
Winfield G. McGrew
Regiment Name 1 (Field's) Tennessee Infantry.
Side Confederate
Company K
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Soldier's Rank_Out Private
Contact Name:  Fred Rose
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Date Added:  1/30/2009
Company L
james monroe rawls - Private   
killed in action sept. 1863
Contact Name:  jim lemley
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Date Added:  6/4/2012
Company L
wesley guthrie rawls - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  jim lemley
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Date Added:  6/4/2012
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