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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
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Robert Montros Bostwick - Asst Surgeon   
Robert was born in Mecklenburg District NC. He enlisted and served as Assistant Surgeon in the 13th Tenn Infantry Regiment for most of the war. Taken POW at Memphis and released 5 June 1865.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  4/30/2019
Company Unknown
William Edward Dyer - Major   
Appointed Regimental Commissary at the organization of the regiment; transferred to General J P McGowan's Brigade; promoted to Major. Brother of Beverly L Dyer - LtC and Mat B Dyer - Lt 13th Tennessee Infantry.
Contact Name:  Nonnie Dyer Carroll
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Date Added:  3/20/2008
Company A
Burrus Carter - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael Carter
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Date Added:  9/22/2014
Company A
Fletcher H Carter - Captain   
Enrolled as a private, 28 May 1861 in Jackson, TN;
Elected 1st Lieutenant, Co A, May 1862 after the Battle of Shilo;
Promoted to Captain, Co A, September 1863 at the Battle of Chickamauga;
Killed in action, Battle of Franklin, 30 November 1864
Contact Name:  Michael Carter
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Date Added:  9/22/2014
Company A
Henderson Carroll Durham - Sergeant   
Wounded at Shiloh.
Contact Name:  Wayne Durham
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Date Added:  5/3/2008
Company B
Thomas S. Neal - Private   
Thomas S. Neal, Cousin of Samuel M. Neel also Co. B, 13 Inf.,His father was Thomas G. Neel and his mother Ann Spratt. Thomas was the brother of Samuel J. Neel. Thomas S., his wife, and his father Thomas G. are all buried in Macon Cemetery. The family has extensive North Carolina roots with many members of the family in the South Carolina Militia and the Continental Line of both North and South Carolina.
Contact Name:  Richard Neel Sutton
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Date Added:  1/31/2008
Company B
W. L. Neal - Private   
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Contact Name:  Richard Neel Sutton
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Date Added:  1/31/2008
Company B
Samuel Monroe Neel - Private   
Samuel M. Neel enlisted as a 19 year old from Macon. He was wounded at Murfreesboro and captured at Kennesaw Mountain. He subsequently was sent to Chicago and remained there in prison until the end of the war. After a brief career as a lawyer in the Macon area, he entered the Columbia Theological Seminary and became a Presbyterian Minister. He died at the age of 80 and is buried in the Forest Hill Cemetery, Kansas City Mo. His brother Thomas S. Neal also served in Co. B, 13th. infantry.
Contact Name:  Richard Neel Sutton
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Date Added:  1/31/2008
Company E
Ramon T De Aragon - Doctor   
Assistant Hospital Surgeon of the Regiment. Brother-in-law of Beverly L Dyer - LtC, William Edward Dyer - Major, and Mat B Dyer - Lt--13th Tennessee Infantry.
Contact Name:  Nonnie Dyer Carroll
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Date Added:  3/20/2008
Company E
Beverly L Dyer - Lt. Colonel   
Elected Lieutenant at organization of the company; promoted to Captain; appointed Regimental Quartermaster; promoted to Brigade Quartermaster; promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel; appointed Inspector on General A J Vaughan's staff; wounded at Vining and Atlanta. Died 10 Feb 1867. Buried at Ebenezer Cemetery, Fayette County, Tennessee. Brother of William Edward Dyer - Major and Mat B Dyer - Lt, brother-in-law of Ramon T De Aragon - Asst Surgeon and Wales E Newby - Captain ---13th Tennessee Infantry.
Contact Name:  Nonnie Dyer Carroll
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Date Added:  3/12/2008
Company E
Mat B Dyer - Lieutenant   
Brother of Beverly L Dyer, LtC, 13th Tennessee Infantry. Brother of Beverly L Dyer - LtC and William Edward Dyer - Major---13th Tennessee Infantry.
Contact Name:  Nonnie Dyer Carroll
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Date Added:  3/20/2008
Company E
Powhatan Alexander May - Lieutenant   
Elected Lieutenant at the reorganization of the army at Corinth. Buried at Shady Grove Cemetery, Clarendon, Monroe, Arkansas. Brother-in-law of Beverly L Dyer - LtC, William Edward Dyer - Major, and Mat B Dyer - Lt ---13th Tennessee Infantry.
Contact Name:  Nonnie Dyer Carroll
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Date Added:  3/20/2008
Company E
John Anderson Moody - Captain   
Brother-in-law of LtC Beverly L Dyer. Died 25 May 1917 in Palestine, Anderson, Texas.
Contact Name:  Nonnie Dyer Carroll
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Date Added:  6/17/2008
Company E
Wales E Newby - Captain   
Wounded in Battle of Belmont. Died in Memphis 22 Nov 1861. Buried at Ebenezer Cemetery, Fayette County, TN. Brother-in-law of Beverly L Dyer - LtC --- 13th Tennessee Infantry.
Contact Name:  Nonnie Dyer Carroll
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Date Added:  3/12/2008
Company E
William Rodgers - 1st Lieutenant   
My Great Grandfather, Lt William Rodgers called the area between Moscow and La Grange, TN home. After being mustered into service, he road on railway from Grand Junction, TN north to the western border of MO for a breif engagement with the brunt of the Federal Forces in that area. They then took the railway east to Stones River to engage in that battle where he was promoted to Lt of the 13th TN Inf Co E CSA. Upon arrival in Knoxville, the unit combined with the 154th TN to create a formidable force to reckon with. Thus was proven in short time at the Battle of Chickamauga where they captured the colors and plenty of men of the 77th PA Inf. After reading the diary, one could only guess that the company was in retreat or persuit to arrive at a certain place in Mississi. He was captured in Lockharat MS on 10/05/1863 and shippid up north to Johnsons Island POW Depot in Lake Erie and was released on 06/12/1865. He never complained about being there as everyone seemed to be treated well. The prison camp has been restored nicely and is a great place to visit and learn. You may find all of his letters to and from home logged into the TN State Archives.
Contact Name:  James DeBerry II
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Date Added:  5/16/2009
Company F
Benjamin L Thomas - Private   
Benjamin enlisted at age 17 in Lieut. G.W. Churchwell's Co. 13th Regiment Tenn. Vol's. on 29 Dec. 1861. Mustered in at Columbus Ky. He was killed in Action at Shiloh on 6 April 1862.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  5/21/2015
Company F
Henry R Thomas - 2nd Corporal   
Henry Joined at age 29, the same company his brother B.L joined. Enlisting at Jackson, Tenn. on 31 May 1861. Enlisted by W. H. Carroll for 12 months. He was appointed to the rank of 2nd Corporal on 1 March 1863. He died in action at the battle of Chickaumauga on 19 Sept. 1863.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  5/22/2015
Company G
Ramon T. De Aragon - Other   
De Aragon was the regiment's medical steward until the army was reorganised at Tupelo following the Battle of Shiloh, then was transferred to the 9th Texas Infantry. Immigrant from Cuba, Lived in Moscow, TN.
Contact Name:  Robert M. Webb
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Contact Homepage:  http://agrariansociety.weebly.com/
Date Added:  6/15/2011
Company G
Henry Clay Gwyn - Private   
Confederate Service Records has H.C. Gwyn serving in G Company 13th Tennessee Infantry starting October 1, 1961. The Tennessee Soldiers Application for Pension has H.C. Gwyn serving until April 26, 1865 where he surrendered with Joseph E. Johnston at Greensboro, NC.
Contact Name:  Jeremy
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Date Added:  12/31/2007
Company G
Seaborn Jones Gwyn - Private   
Confederate Service Records show S.J. Gwyn serving as a private in G Company 13th Tennessee Infantry from 15 Aug 1861 to 30 Jun 1864.
Contact Name:  Jeremy
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Date Added:  12/31/2007
Company K
William E DeBerry - Captain   
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Contact Name:  James DeBerry II
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Date Added:  6/25/2013
Company L
Elesnor (LT) Gaugh (Gough) - Private   
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Contact Name:  George Timmons
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Date Added:  1/6/2010
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