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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
Company Unknown
william h dunaway - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  jerry dunaway
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Date Added:  1/11/2008
Company B
Bland Allen - Private   
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Contact Name:  Rodger
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Date Added:  5/31/2011
Company B
Joseph A. Betty - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jerry K. Allen
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Date Added:  6/14/2006
Company D
Benjamin Franklin Thomas - Private   
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Contact Name:  J Tom Miller III
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Date Added:  9/19/2004
Company E
Benjamin Bolinger - Private   
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Contact Name:  Debbie Fain
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Date Added:  12/22/2012
Company E
Isaac Butler Day - Private   
Served throughout war. Left brief autobiography and letters from the front.
Contact Name:  Charles P Jester
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Date Added:  3/27/2009
Company E
Thomas C Day - Private   
died at Rome, Ga. of illness after Battle of Chickamauga. Left 'Confederate Prayer Book' which he carried in the field.
Contact Name:  Charles P Jester
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Date Added:  3/27/2009
Company E
Alfred Isaac Middleton - Sergeant   
My great great grandfather was taken as a prisoner of war, captured at Fort Pillow, Tenn. he taken to Andersonville, Ga. He survived and lived a long life.
Contact Name:  Virginia Sanchez
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Date Added:  8/5/2014
Company G
James Dove - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Arnold Dove
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Date Added:  3/7/2016
Company I
Benjamin F. Collinsworth - Sergeant   
Sgt. Benjamin F. Collinsworth was wounded in the right groin and captured at Chaplin Hills October 8, 1862 at The Battle of Perryville, Kentucky and died in a Confederate hospital 20 days later from the effects of his wound. He is mentioned in Col. George C. Porter's report in The War of The Rebellion. Buried in B.F. Collinsworth Cemetery on Tom Dunlap Road, Crockett County, Tennessee by his father, B.F. Collinsworth.
Contact Name:  Jim Collinsworth
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Date Added:  4/6/2008
Company I
James Monroe Collinsworth - Captain   
Capt. James M Collinsworth was residing in Mason Grove, Madison County, Tennessee when he formed a company of men at Gadsden, TN named The Gadsden Spartans and which became Company I, 6th Tennessee Infantry, CSA on May 23, 1861 at Camp Fair, Jackson, TN. James died September 6, 1861 at Tiptonville, Tennessee of Pneumonia. Buried in B.F. Collinsworth Cemetery on Tom Dunlap Road, Crockett County, Tennessee by his father, B.F. Collinsworth.
Contact Name:  Jim Collinsworth
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Date Added:  4/6/2008
Company I
Newton Cozart - Private   
Newton (aka Neuton) Cozart enlisted 5.23.1861 at Camp Fair, Jackson, TN. He enlisted at age 18 into Company I. Later, in the summer of 1863, he transferred to Company A. I believe he is from Madison Co., TN, a member of one of several Cozart families there, all emanating from Joshua, who moved there in the 1820's or 1830's from Georgia, to which he, Joshua, migrated from N. Carolina. Newton was kin to Henderson Cozart, one of the 'Georgia Boys,' who was assistant quartermaster to James Fannin, and who was one of the 400+ 'Texians' murdered by Mexican soliders under command of Gen. Santa Ana at Goliad, TX in 1836. I do not know the details, but one card in the national file says Newton was 'killed in service' in early 1864. He was also related to Gilbert and Thornton Cozart, both from Madison Co., TN and in Texas CSA service. Thornton died of 'fevor' at the Tyler, TX CSA hospital in July, 1864. His brave wife, Mary Ann (Bowen) Cozart, rode to his side in a wagon or buggy from their ranch/farm in Blackjack Grove, TX (Cumby now)while in her last trimester with twins. She was too late to see him but managed to bury him (unmarked) in Tyler, then made the arduous trip back home. A couple of weeks later she gave birth to the twins, both of whom died shortly after birth; the plucky Mary Ann died, also, from the trauma and possible disease/infection. Thornton was in the 15th TX Cavalry, a detachment of which was at Camp Ford in Tyler, guarding the prison there and also the arms/munitions factory in Tyler. Gilbert was in the 32nd TX Cavalry but apparently spent some time in the 15th as well.
Contact Name:  Jim Couzzourt
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Date Added:  4/19/2010
Company I
Kenan Williams - Private   
Brother to Lt. Robert J. Williams. Enlisted at Columbus Ky. Sept 18, 1861. He inlisted after his brother Robert J.Williams resigned and was discharged due to poor health. He survived the war and passed away just before 1900 of pneumonia.
Contact Name:  Richard Williams
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Date Added:  5/31/2011
Company I
Robert J. Williams - 2nd Lieutenant   
I was taken sick at New Madrid Mo. when my command was located ther and was in hospitle several days with rhumatism. Discharged at New Madrid, Mo. (excerpted from his Civl War Questionnaire)
Contact Name:  Jim Collinsworth
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Date Added:  4/8/2008
Company I
Allen Henderson Young - Private   
My 3rd great granduncle. Born about 1834 in Franklin County, North Carolina. Enlisted at Camp Fair (later renamed Camp Beauregard) on May 23, 1861 in the 6th Tennessee Infantry, Company I, The Gadsden Spartans. Killed in action April 7, 1862; the second day of the Battle of Shiloh.
Contact Name:  Darron Williams
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Date Added:  12/18/2005
Company I
Moody L. Young - Private   
My 3rd great grandfather. Born about 1829 in Franklin County, North Carolina. Settled in West Tennessee prior to the 1850 census. Enlisted at Camp Fair (later renamed Camp Beauregard) at the fairgrounds outside Jackson, Tennessee on May 23, 1861, in the 6th Tennessee Infantry, Company I, The Gadsden Spartans.
1890 Veteran Census has him serving until Dec. 1864.
Died February 14, 1898, buried Crockett County TN.
Contact Name:  Darron Williams
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Date Added:  9/15/2005
Company L
Drury Brock - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Rae Hopper
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Date Added:  1/18/2006
Company L
Thomas Henderson Scruggs - Corporal   
He died on Sunday, September 20th, 1863 at the Battle of Chickamauga at aged 18. He lived in Memphis,Tn. when he joined the army where his father, Phineas Thomas Scruggs was a criminal court judge and good friend of Nathan Bedford Forrest. He had two brothers who also served in the confederacy, Edmund Rivers Scruggs with the Mississippi 2nd Partisan Rangers and James Merriweather Scruggs who served in either the 7th or 9th Mississippi Infantry. He was originally from Somerville, Fayette Co.,Tn. He left behind a young bride named Elizabeth.
Contact Name:  Lura L. Wight
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Date Added:  2/3/2006
Company L
S B Waggoner - Private   
I am trying to located records after Sep 1863 in Danville,KY. My great great grandfather is listed as being sick and a prisoner at a hospital from may to aug of 1863. The
document shows him paroled in Sep 1863. The document is dated Jan 17,1863.
Contact Name:  Julie Koenig
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Date Added:  5/30/2011
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