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Company Unknown
Rufus Adijah Jarnagin - Major   
The only record the family has is that he was wounded in battle @ Murfreesboro, Tennessee in 1862 and died as a result of them. We are told that he joined the 19th Tennessee Infantry, and held the rank of Major @ his death. Any information concerning his service and the possible location of his burial would be most appreciated by the family.
Contact Name:  Fred D. Wyrick
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Date Added:  2/7/2008
Company Unknown
Beriah Frazer Moore - Lt. Colonel   
Formed 19th Co. I with his Chat. law partner Walker. Both won field promotions to Regt. Col. and Lt. Col. Moore KIA battle Missionary Ridge within sight of his father's home (Thomas A. Moore a charter of Chat. signer) where he was born and raised. Moore house was Bragg's HQ. B.F.M. was buried where he fell on his father's land. 1867 after T.A.M. death carpetbaggers got the last of land. His mother R.F. Moore moved B.F.M. and T.A.M. remains to her father's (Beriah Frazer) land in Dayton TN. where they are today.
Contact Name:  Don C. Young
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Date Added:  7/24/2015
Company Unknown
Robert Davis Powel - Lieutenant   
Newspaper Editor at Rogersville, TN. 36 and unmarried he joined the 19tn TN Inf Reg. the first company out of Hawkins Co., TN. The Military Annals of TN list him as the first man outside of VA to be killed in the War between the States. Killed in KY.
Contact Name:  W J Gosnell
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Date Added:  1/9/2011
Company B
John McDonald Bains - Sergeant   
killed at the Battle of Shiloh
Contact Name:  Sharon McGill
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Date Added:  7/18/2009
Company B
John Harvey Cox - Private   
I believe this Confederate was my maternal gr,gr,grandfather. The CMSR contains only the ' index card ' with his name, Company, & Regiment. I believe John was probably conscripted ( drafted ) into the Confederate Army about the same time as his brother-in-law, Elijah Hashbarger, listed on this page. He was 'captured July 3, 1863 at Cowan, Tenn.' The CMSR also states ' due to be released at Louisville, Ky. ' John may have been captured by elements of the Union 1st Tenn Cav that was made up of Unionists from upper East Tenn and that he may have been acquainted with. Family tradition and oral history says he '' never returned to the Confederate Army and had several run-ins with the Confederate home guard, one of which resulted in a half-hearted attempt to hang him.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  7/9/2006
Company B
Lilburn William Depew ( Depugh ) - Private   
Enrolled in what would become Company B 19th Tenn Confederate Inf. age 16 at Knoxville,Tn. in May,1861 before Tenn had even left the Union. He was discharged ( for being under age ) after the passing of the first Confederate conscricption act ( draft law ) He returned to East Tennessee and joined the Union Army's 8th Tn Cav. Co.I probably in the fall of 1863.He was married to Sarah Hashbarger. Sarah's mother Hannah Cox Hashbarger was a sister to my maternal gr,gr,grandfather John Harvey Cox. Her brother,John D.Hashbarger Confederate Private Co.K 19th Tenn Inf died in the Civil War. Her father,Elijah Co B 19th Tn Inf was wounded at Stones River,Tenn

Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  2/17/2009
Company B
James loffland grimsley - Private   
I would like any information that any one might have on the 19th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry.
Contact Name:  Linda Scott
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Date Added:  4/24/2009
Company B
Thomas Columbus Keen ( e ) - Private   
Married Loves Caroline Kinchloe,daughter of James Horace Kinchloe of Washington Co.Tn.Thomas enlisted at Knoxville,Tenn May 25,1861 in Co.B 19th Tn Inf. ' On the rolls August 15,1861,Cumberland Gap ( Virginia side )100 miles from rendezvous.' Captured near Cleveland,Tenn Nov 25,1863 while on Special Service. He was forwarded to Louisville,Ky Dec 9,1863 Dec 11,1863 Rock Island,Illinois ' Galvanized ' 10-14-1864,took the oath and volunteered for service on the frontier Nov 1864 in Co.B 3rd U.S.Vol.Inf. Discharged Nov 4,1865. Applied for a Federal Pension Feb 25,1899. Died in Zena,Oklahoma. He apparently liked to ' spin yarns ' in his old age !!! While ' spinning ' yarns he told the younger generations he was a Union Soldier in the Civil War and actually had escaped from the notorious Rebel prison at Andersonville,Ga.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  11/5/2009
Company B
James F. McCloud - Private   
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Contact Name:  Glenn McCloud
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Date Added:  12/25/2010
Company B
James Hagan Morrow - Private   
James was married to Lucy Land, niece of my gr,gr,grandfather, David Land of Wilkes County, North Carolina( Confederate Private, Co.I 13th N.C. Inf. ) and sister to Confederate Pvt. James Jefferson Land, Co.D 63rd Tenn. Inf. ( I've Listed them on this site. ) James,along with his brothers,John M. & Benjamin F. served in the Confederate Army in the Civil War : James H.Morrow Pvt. Co.B 19th Tenn.Inf.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  8/22/2006
Company B
Wiley B. Mosley - Private   
With all the debates about ' Black Confederates ' I found this interesting mainly because this man was from my home county and lived near several of my ancestors / relatives. In the 1860 census of Sullivan County, Tennessee. Wiley is listed as 15 year-old free ' mulatto. ' A ' farmhand ' on a rather large farm. He is shown enlisting as a private in company G 19th Tennessee infantry at Knoxville ( another record says Zollicoffer, TN which would have been considerably closer and in Sullivan Co ) He enlists April 8, 1863 which leads me to believe he was conscripted. He is ' present ' and on the rolls through Nov.12, 1863 when he is sent to the hospital. One would assume he fought with the regiment at Chickamauga where the 19th did some hard fighting. He is last paid while hospitalized Jan.25, 1864. He then disappears from the rolls.
He is then found present on the rolls for the 4th Tennessee Infantry ( Union ) Co. C from March-August 1864. Wiley then deserted Uncle Sam August 20, 1864 at Kingston, Tenn. He soon returned by a certain date and was restored to service by Jan. 1865. Wiley lived till 1922 and drew a Federal pension for his service :
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  7/4/2014
Company C
James Wrather Coe - Private   
Jame Wrather Coe enlisted on May 20,1861 in Knoxville, TN he was in Capt. Thomas Walker Co.19th Reg TN INF.He was Forage Master in 1862-1863. He was listed as prisoner on Jan and feb 1864 pay list.It doesnt say if he was prisoner of South or North. He was Sgt/Private in CO I 19th TN INF in 1865.
Contact Name:  Jessie Coe Combs
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Date Added:  6/18/2009
Company C
Richard L. Crawford - Private   
Born January 11, 1844 in Virginia. Lived in Sullivan County TN at time of enlistment. He married after the war to Sarah E. Davis of Andersonville TN (then known as 'Wallace Crossroads'), and had three children with her. Being widowed around 1885-86, he married Parley Fox in 1887 and sired three more children. After Parley's death in 1915, he married Febba Durner in 1917.

Richard died October 9, 1926 and is buried in the New Home Baptist Church cemetery in Andersonville, TN.
Contact Name:  T. C. Melton
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Date Added:  8/20/2009
Company C
Martin Harr - Private   
Got this information on someone doing history on my family name?
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Contact Name:  Timothy Harr
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Date Added:  10/7/2017
Company D
James L Renfroe - Private   
James served 1861-1865 and recieved a pension in Oklahoma until he passed away in 1916.I have a picture of him taken around 1900 and he looked tough as nails. He spent the last 35 years of his life in Stilwell, Adair, Oklahoma and is buried in Stilwell cemetery
Contact Name:  Kathy Moralez
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Date Added:  1/23/2013
Company E
A. J. Kersey - Sergeant   
K.I.A. Perryville Kentucky Oct.1862
Contact Name:  Russ Kersey
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Date Added:  8/15/2010
Company F
Isaac Edwards - Private   
Was originally from Welch community in Ohio. Settled in Chattanooga, Tenn. after war and was a merchant.
Contact Name:  Tom Edwards
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Date Added:  3/26/2004
Company F
Isaac Farner - Unknown   
Isaac was married to Mary A. Womble - Mary's brother, George W. Womble and Isaac joined the CSA together and were in the same company, they fought side by side but Isaac was killed at the Battle of Shiloh on Apr 6, 1862. George survived the war. Isaac is buried at the battleground site in the Shiloh National Park.
Contact Name:  Cindy Womble Billman
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Date Added:  7/7/2010
Company F
George Howard - Private   
Wounded in the Battle at Murfreesboro TN Dec. 31, 1862.
Killed by guerilla's while at home in Benton TN. Son-in-law of War of 1812 Vet John Mckissack. Wife was Nancy McKissack.
Contact Name:  Bob Godfrey
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Date Added:  8/11/2008
Company F
John McKissack - Private   
Lived in Benton TN. Wife Mazilla Jane Stephenson. Son of 1812
War Veteran John MCkissack
Contact Name:  Bob Godfrey
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Date Added:  8/11/2008
Company F
Eliazer A Pyatt - Surgeon   
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Contact Name:  Richard Pyatt
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Date Added:  2/22/2009
Company G
James Harrison Chase - 4th Sergeant   
Older brother of Thomas E.Chase of Sullivan County,Tn. Enlisted June 6,1861 at Knoxville,Tn. ' present & on the rolls as a private in Co.G 19th Tn.Inf. ' till the regiment`s re-organization at Shelbyville,Tn )On May 14,1863 he is listed as 4th Sgt.' present & on the rolls ' till shown ' absent,captured while on detached service on or about Nov.25,1863. ( Battles of Lookout Mt. & Missionary Ridge, ) He next appears on a Federal Roll of rebel prisoners at Louisville,Ky.Dec.9,1863. Sent to prison camp at Rock Island, Illinois on 12-11-63 arriving on 12-13. James died there of pneumonia on April 30,1864. ' buried in grave 1101.'
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  5/16/2009
Company G
Jeremiah M. ( Jerry ) Chase - Private   
Brother of Thomas E. Chase who married Mary Cox,sister of my maternal gr,grandfather,Melvin Perry Cox of Sullivan County,East Tennessee. Enlisted in Co.G 19th Tenn.Inf. Feb.1,1863 at Jonesboro,Tn.age given is 18. ' present and on the rolls ' till ' absent, wounded at Chickamauga,Ga.Sept.19-20,1863.' His name still appears on the rolls thru March-April 1864. He apparently survived the war. If he returned home to recover,he was probably caught behind Union lines after Sept. 1863 and unable to return.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  5/16/2009
Company G
John N. Chase - Private   
Son of Thomas Jefferson Chase. Brother of Thomas E. Chase. Married to Maltilda Hashbarger. Served with brothers James H.& Jeremiah M. Father-in-law,Elijah Hashbarger,Brother-in-law,John Hashbarger. Enlisting in Co.G 19th Tn.Inf.Aug.1,1861 at Loudon,Tn. With the regiment when it re-organized in May 1862. He was a ' Regimental Teamster ' apparently throughout the war. $.25 cents a day. Record shows he was issued new clothing Feb-April,1864.His name appears on the ' muster roll ' of Company G along with his brothers, in the book ' The Old 19th Tennessee,' a history of the regiment written by their Chief Musician,Dr. W.J. Worsham in the early 1900`s
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  5/16/2009
Company G
Jacob Newton Combs - Private   
Jacob N. Combs : Was married to Sarah Ann Cox, 1st cousin of my paternal gr,grandmother, Cynthia Cox Land, daughter of her Uncle, Calvin R. Cox.
Regiment Name 19 Tennessee Infantry :
Organized June 11, 1861; Confederate service August 15, 1861; reorganized May 10, 1862; formed Companies 'C' and 'H' of the 3rd Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment April 9, 1865; paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina May 1, 1865.


Company G : A. L. Gammon, R. L. Blair, Co. 'G'. Men from Sullivan County.
Soldier's Rank_In Private May also have served in Co.E 60th Inf. ( Sullivan County ) where he served as Sergeant.

Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  1/2/2007
Company G
Samuel E. Cox - Private   
Samuel was Abraham Cox's son. he was a 1st cousin to my gr.gr/grandfather PVT.John Hulse Cox of trivettes homeguard in sullivan co.
Contact Name:  Tom Cox
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Date Added:  11/27/2016
Company G
Elijah Hashbarger - Private   
Elijah Hashbarger (First_Last) Regiment Name 19 Tennessee Infantry. Side Confederate Company G Soldier`s Rank_In Private Soldier`s Rank_Out Private. Elijah gave his age at 42 in the 1860 census. He was probably conscripted into the Confederate Army. He was married to Hannah Cox, sister to my maternal gr,gr,grandfather,John Harvey Cox who was probably drafted about the same time. Probably because of his age and the death of his son John D. of Co.K he returned home and finished out the war in the Sullivan County Reserves Home Guard unit.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  6/9/2006
Company I
James A. P. Guthrie - Private   
Assigned to hospital at Camp Cumings (Knoxville) Tennessee. Detailed to attend the sick in 1861. Received orders to Cumberland Gap and discharged. Later enrolled in Company H 2nd Ashby's Tennessee Cavalry Regiment. Age 38 at enlistment.
Contact Name:  Scott Guthrie
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Date Added:  4/9/2009
Company I
James McKissack - Private   
Killed in the Battle at Murfreesboro TN, Dec. 31, 1862. Son of
War of 1812 Vet. John McKissack. Wife was Lucinda Dodson.
Lived In Benton, TN.
Contact Name:  Bob Godfrey
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Date Added:  8/11/2008
Company I
James S Tiner (Tyner) - Unknown   
James S Tyner was a Captain of the Drummerboys. He was with Capt. J D Livley's Company I . Capt. walker was later Col. of the 19th. Lieutenant B F Moore was later lt. Col. and killed at Missionary Ridge in sight of his fathers house. Lt. J E Wooding was in temporary command when he was discharged on 21 july 1862 in Vicksburg Miss because of his age (15). other names mentioned by J S Tyner were private William Brook & Jude MCaben, William and John Norman, William Wyman, Lowe Ellis and Matt Strube. by the way the last two were the longest and shortest men in the regiment. An incident, the regiment was sent to the Saltworks for salt,-had to cross goose creek several times & Lowe Ellis being the tallest had to carry Strube across. first engagement Barbersville Ky. After the first battle we went to Mill Springs and established winter quarters, being made of logs & musl. and such things or material that we could gather. our beds were of straw & blankets. we were warmly clothed. Had plenty to eat of common grub. We went on a forced march in the night bout 9 miles from our winter quarters to Fishing Creek, met the enemy. We were out numbered. Whiped & driven back to our winter quarters left three of our company dead on the battlefield. Gen. Zollicoffer was killed there.
Contact Name:  James Tyner Eves III
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Date Added:  3/22/2010
Company K
John D. Hashbarger - Private   
J.D. Hashbarger (First_Last) Regiment Name 19 Tennessee Infantry. Side Confederate Company K Soldier`s Rank_In Private Soldier`s Rank_Out HASHBARGER, J.D. Died at Chattanooga [19th Infantry Regiment Co. K] ;Private Alternate Name Notes : John D. died on March 21, 1863 from wounds received at the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tn. ( Stones River.) He is listed on the Confederate ' Roll of Honor ' for the 19th Regiment in ' Lindsley`s Confederate Military Annals of Tennessee ' published in 1886. His mother, Hannah Cox Hashbarger was a sister to my maternal gr,gr,grandfather, John Harvey Cox.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  6/9/2006
Company K
Thomas McClain - Private   
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Date Added:  10/2/2014
Company K
Benjamin Franklin Shipley - Private   
Captured at Battle of Franklin in December of 1864. Sent to Louisville and then to Camp Chase in Ohio. Did not take oath of allegance until late May of 1865 one month after the surrender.
Contact Name:  Joe Gibson
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Date Added:  1/30/2014
Company K
Theophilus Wood - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kevin Wood
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Date Added:  5/27/2013
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