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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
Company Unknown
Henry K. Peck - Sergeant Major   
Henry K. Peck, a native of Lima, New York, was born in 1826 and migrated to Tennessee with his brother some years prior to the Civil War. Upon information and belief, he enlisted in the 34th Tennessee Regiment at Camp Sneed (near Knoxville) in 1861. His age at the time of enlistment (about 35) and his rank raise the question of whether he may have also served in the Mexican War; however, I have no proof of any such service. Henry Peck died in the Confederate Military Hospital in Shelbyville, TN on June 5, 1863. He is supposedly buried in Shelbyville, but I do not know the name of the cemetery. I visited Shelbyville several years ago and looked for his grave among the Confederate veterans section of a cemetery in that town, but I was unable to locate the gravesite.
Contact Name:  Thomas G. Peck
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Date Added:  12/19/2010
Company C
John Henry Ivy/Ivey - Private   
My 2nd great grand-uncle, later was deputy sheriff and jailer in Winchester, TN. Buried at Estill Springs, TN.
Contact Name:  Kevin Ivey
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Date Added:  10/28/2008
Company C
Nathaniel M. Ivy/Ivey - Private   
My 2nd great grand-uncle, died May 3, 1863. Burial location unknown
Contact Name:  Kevin Ivey
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Date Added:  10/28/2008
Company C
W. J. Ivy/Ivey - Private   
My 2nd great grand-uncle, death and burial unknown.
Contact Name:  Kevin Ivey
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Date Added:  10/28/2008
Company C
Jacob A Shasteen - Private   
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Contact Name:  David Chasteen
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Date Added:  11/12/2006
Company D
William M. Hancock - Private   
William M. Hancock was my ggg grandfather. Family legend has it that he was a POW in Louisville, Kentucky and was released in March 1865. My only guess is that he was captured around Cumberland Gap. I have no idea how to prove this.
Contact Name:  Patrick Patterson
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Date Added:  3/17/2010
Company D
George Washington Willhelms - Unknown   
Served under Captains T.B. Griffin, Jason H. Dicus, W. H. Dicus, Co. ''D'', formerly ''I''. ''The Jackson Mountaineers.'' Men from Jackson County (Alabama).

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Contact Name:  Blake Wilhelm
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Date Added:  2/2/2005
Company F
Coleman Ridge - Private   
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Contact Name:  jamie favreau
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Date Added:  1/9/2006
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