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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
Company Unknown
John W. Davidson - Private   
Uncle John Also served alongside his brother William Andrew Davidson in Co. 'C' 48th TN Inf (Nixon's). Both brothers were wounded during the battle of Farmington, TN.
Contact Name:  Kevin McCord
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Date Added:  8/15/2010
Company Unknown
GN M Newby - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Arthur Newby
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Date Added:  7/26/2010
Company Unknown
John D Templeton - Private   
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Contact Name:  Doug Malone
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Date Added:  6/6/2007
Company A
Ransom Pinkney Rowland - 2nd Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Neal Hanley
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Date Added:  7/15/2008
Company A
Alexander Coppinger - Private   
Mustered into service 7 September 1861 at Camp Smartt, TN. 35th Infantry, (5th Tenn. Infantry Regiment Provisional Army,1st Tenn. Mountain Rifle Regiment.) Capt. Albert C. Hanner's Company. Fought at the Battle of Shiloh.
Contact Name:  Dave Rodgers
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Date Added:  8/14/2011
Company A
Henry Cleveland Fults - Sergeant   
5th Regional Provision, 1st Mountain Rifle Regiment; Co. A 35th Infantry CSA. Honorably discharged as sergeant.
Contact Name:  Yvonne Snapp
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Date Added:  10/2/2014
Company A
Isaac Carol Jones - Private   
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Contact Name:  Dennis Sadler
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Date Added:  7/25/2009
Company A
William Carroll Rowland - Private   
Brother of 2nd Lt. Ransom Pinckney Rowland, Co. A, 35th TN INF., Pvt. James K. Polk Rowland, Co. A, 16th TN INF., Pvt. Benjamin M. Rowland, Co. D, 16th TN INF.,and Pvt. Jasper N. Rowland, Co C, 25th TN INF.,
Contact Name:  Neal Hanley
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Date Added:  3/10/2012
Company A
Isaac Scott - Private   
Isaac joined the 35 TN Infantry (CSA), 5th infantry, 1st Mountain Rifle Regiment at Camp Smartt on September 6, 1861. He was wounded in battle in Kentucky and died at his home in December 25, 1861. He left behind his year old son, William Scott and wife Elizabeth Lawrence Scott.
Contact Name:  Yvonne Snapp
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Date Added:  10/2/2014
Company A
John D Smith - Private   
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Contact Name:  Skylar
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Date Added:  4/9/2011
Company B
Thomas S Myers - 1st Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Woodard
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Date Added:  2/23/2017
Company B
William Roberts - Private   
William joined the CSA Army of Tennessee on Sept 7th,1861 at Smartt Station in Warren County, Tennessee. He was wounded the last weeks of January 1862 and returned home and died 10 days later, died on Feb 8th,1862. He was wounded at the battle of Nashville or the battle of Donelson.He was 37 years old at the time of his death. Survived by his wife Cynthia and 10 children. He also had two brothers who fought for the 16th Tennessee CSA. Issac and Willis also of Warren County, Tennessee. William and their brothers were half Cherokee.(Sulalitihi Sixkiller)mother
Contact Name:  Bruce Argo
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Contact Homepage:  Argo
Date Added:  10/23/2011
Company B
George Washington Simons - Unknown   
any one with information about George Washington Simons please contact me. I would like to hear from you.

Thank you
Heidi Hermone
Contact Name:  Heidi M. Hermone
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Date Added:  6/10/2006
Company B
george washington simons washington simons - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  bill templeton
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Date Added:  4/6/2006
Company C
John Manus Johnson - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Phillip Clemons
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Date Added:  3/20/2014
Company C
John Osier McBride - Private   
a.k.a. Doc.
He was born 04 May 1843, TN s/o Fielding McBride and Emeline Dodson and died 24 September 1936, Obion Co, TN bur Star of Bethlehem Cem, Obion Co, TN Find a grave memorial #45661223
m1 Sarah Willie Steakley (c 1847 - aft 1880) on 15 February 1867 in Van Buren Co, TN (Marriage Book II) m2 Nancy 'Nannie' V McElroy (19 January 1853 - 28 February 1930) bef 1889.


Oath of Allegiance - 5-MAY-65 notes that his residence was Van Buren Co, Complexion - fair, hair - dark, eyes - hazel, height 6 ft. 3 in., entered service - volunteered 15-APR-63, deserted 10-APR-65. http://www.state.tn.us/sos/statelib/pubsvs/pen277.htm
OBION CO - John Osier McBride, PENSION #: S14286, UNIT: 35th Inf.
Contact Name:  Lee Ferguson
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Date Added:  9/6/2015
Company C
William Peter McBride - Unknown   
He was born abt 1839, Coffee Co, TN s/o Fielding McBride and Emeline Dodson and died August 1906, Obion Co, TN bur Star of Bethlehem Cem. (East Side), Obion Co, TN, Find A Grave Memorial# 45661374 m Rebecca Earls (b c 1840) on 12 November 1860 in Van Buren Co, TN. http://www.state.tn.us/sos/statelib/pubsvs/pen304.htm
VAN BUREN CO - CSA PENSION APPLICATIONS: William P. Mcbride - PENSION #: S1545 - UNIT: 5th Inf.
Contact Name:  Lee Ferguson
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Date Added:  9/6/2015
Company D
Andrew Jackson Perry - Sergeant   
Andrew Jackson Perry was from Irving College and enlisted with other family at Smartt station. He was sick shortly after joining the Confederate Army and so were other men in his company. He enlisted as a private and was listed sergeant when captured at Missionary Ridge. He said he was taken to Tunnel Hill then sent north to prison and later released and went to Georgia to 'rejoin the boys'
Contact Name:  Hoss
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Date Added:  10/11/2008
Company D
Starling John Savage - Private   
Was actually in Company 2D. Fought at Shiloh, wounded and Captured at Perryville.
Contact Name:  Joey Savage
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Date Added:  7/9/2009
Company D
James S. Wood - Sergeant   
Found marker while working Norris Cemetery, Yocana, Polk Co., Arkansas.
Contact Name:  Phil Bailey
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Date Added:  1/15/2009
Company E
Vincent Blanton - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Kent Blanton
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Date Added:  10/1/2012
Company E
John Davis - Private   
John Davis was from Warren County Tennessee. His Pension Number was S11473. His wife was Sarah Elizabeth Cantrell Davis. Her Pension Number was W5091.
Contact Name:  Bob Hester
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Date Added:  11/26/2013
Company F
Benjamin H. Ferguson - Sergeant   
My great great grandfather was Sgt, Benjamin H. Ferguson..3rd Co.F 35th Tennessee Infantry, Mountain Rifles. Records indicate that he was severely wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga. Evidently while at Tunnel Hill he deserted on Jan.19, 1864. He was from Chattanooga and in later years was known as Capt. Benjamin H. Ferguson..a steamboat Captain who plied the Tennessee River. There is a photo of him and his riverboat, the 'OCOEE' on page 54 of the book 'BRADLEY COUNTY'.
Contact Name:  Wayne Thomas Ferguson
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Date Added:  6/6/2007
Company F
Hesekiah Posey - Private   
My GGGrandfather
Contact Name:  Jeff Reno
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Date Added:  5/25/2011
Company F
Hezekiah Posey - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Contact Homepage:  Givem Tha Cold Steel Boys
Date Added:  1/13/2011
Company Field & Staff
Benjamin Jefferson Hill - General   
My Second Cousin (4th removed)/my GGGG uncle's grandson

FIELD COMMANDS
35th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Colonel

BATTLES FOUGHT
Shiloh -- 35th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Cleburne's Brigade, Hardee's Corps
Chickamauga -- 35th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Polk's Brigade, Cleburne's Division, D. H. Hill's Corps, Right Wing (Polk), Army of Tennessee

PROMOTIONS
Brigadier General November 30, 1864

BIOGRAPHY
Brigadier-General Benjamin J. Hill was commissioned colonel of the Thirty-fifth Tennessee upon its organization in September, 1861. During the first four months this regiment had very little hard service, but with the spring of 1862 came the stern realities of war with all its horrors. The regiment, now known as the Fifth Tennessee, was in Gen. Pat Cleburne's brigade at the battle of Shiloh, and when Cleburne was in the presence of the enemy there was sure to be sharp work. In this battle, Hill commanded for a time the left of Cleburne's brigade and several other regiments, and was highly commended for his gallantry. During the Kentucky campaign of 1862 Cleburne commanded a division, and at the battle of Richmond, Ky., Colonel Hill commanded Cleburne's brigade to the complete satisfaction of that officer, which is praise enough. This was the first brigade to strike the enemy at Richmond, and from the first volley until the close of that victorious day its progress was onward even though Hill was wounded at the battle of Richmond. At Murfreesboro, Colonel Hill, again in command of his regiment, Lucius Polk commanding the brigade, was with Cleburne's division in the very hottest part of the battle. At Chickamauga the gallant colonel won from Lieut.-Gen. D. H. Hill the following tribute: 'The extraordinary merit of Colonel Hill of the Thirty-fifth Tennessee came under my personal observation. This noble officer has been distinguished on many a hard-fought field, and has been content with a subordinate position, provided he can serve his country.' At Missionary Ridge, Cleburne's division not only held its ground, but charged the enemy and captured prisoners and colors. In this battle, Colonel Hill commanded the Thirty-fifth and Forty-eighth Tennessee regiments. During part of 1863 and 1864 he was general provost-marshal of the army of Tennessee. In the Atlanta campaign he was part of the time provost-marshal, and then again at the head of the Thirty-fifth Tennessee, which shared in the hard marching, watching and fighting of the Atlanta campaign, and toward the last was assigned to Granbury's brigade. During the Tennessee campaign of General Hood, Colonel Hill commanded a cavalry force and co-operated with Forrest in the siege of Murfreesboro. In the latter part of the year he was promoted to brigadier-general, his commission being dated November 30, 1864. At Decatur, Ala., on April 23, 1865, he was in battle with a portion of Wilson's command. General Hill died at McMinnville, Tenn., on January 5, 1880.
Confederate Military History
Contact Name:  Greg Miller
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Date Added:  3/12/2013
Company G
Samuel A Allred or Alred - 3rd Corporal   
This is my great grandfather. I've been trying to find more info on him but only have copies of few of his service records. Is there a full roster of soldiers serving in this unit anywhere?
Contact Name:  Heather Pfohl
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Date Added:  3/13/2011
Company G
James Bowling - Private   
other members of my family are James' brothers, David, Daniel and William. There are several cards on them spelled many ways, Bouldin, Bowlin, Bolin, Bowling. They are all the same people in this unit.
Contact Name:  Kristina
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Contact Homepage:  www.familytreeproject.org
Date Added:  2/1/2011
Company G
Sidney Franklin Edwards - Private   
S.F. Edwards was captured at Blythe's Ferry skirmish and sent to Rock Island Arsenal POW camp where he died of smallpox.
Contact Name:  Bill Edwards
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Contact Homepage:  bedwards100@gmail.com
Date Added:  11/30/2015
Company G
John T Green - Private   
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Contact Name:  Valerie Coleman
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Date Added:  4/19/2015
Company G
Andrew Jackson Mitchell - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mike
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Contact Homepage:  www.oguinnfamily.com
Date Added:  2/26/2008
Company G
John Orick - Private   
Killed in the first day of the battle of Shiloh..
Contact Name:  Randy Arrick
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Date Added:  6/30/2008
Company G
Jefferson Pack - Private   
Captured July 1st 1863, Died Camp Douglas Il. Nov. 12 1964
Contact Name:  Tony Baker
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Date Added:  2/5/2009
Company G
Isaac LaFayette Rhea - Corporal   
Isaac LaFayette Rhea was my 3rd cousin (2x removed) and was born in McMinnville, Warren County, Tennessee. He Enlisted for a year at the age of 18 and joined the CSA Army at Camp Smartt, McMinnville, TN on 6 Sep 1861 and was mustered in at Bowling Green, KY on 31 Oct 1861. This unit was originally the 1st Mountain Rifle Regiment or the 5th Tennessee Provisional Regiment Co. H. He was 5'7' had blue eyes and light hair. After his Enlistment period was completed, he went to stay with family in Tullahoma, Coffee County, TN. He swore the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America in Nashville, TN on 10 April 1865. He died in McMinnville, TN on 2 Apr 1919.
Contact Name:  Gregory Scott Miller
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Date Added:  1/28/2016
Company H
Richard Hames - Private   
aka 'Haimes', 'Haynes', and 'Haines'.
Contact Name:  Dan Culp
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Contact Homepage:  http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/u/l/Dan-Culp/
Date Added:  6/25/2005
Company H
Jesse Land - Private   
Son of Thomas J. Land ( older bro. of my gr,gr,grandfather, David Land of Wilkes County, N.C. ) Jesse Land was 20 when he enlisted. He was present, rolls dated
September.
6, 1861-Oct. 4, 1861, and March-June, 1862. He was sick at the
hospital,
October. 28, 1861. Land is listed as 'deserted, September 8, 1862', on
the
roll dated Nov.-Dec., 1862. Company H (1st Company K), 35th Tenn. This
company was raised in Sequatchie Co. By
Capt.
W.D. Stewart, on September 6, 1861.

Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  6/19/2006
Company H
William L. Land - Private   
Son of Thomas J. Land & Matilda Jane Carlton of Wilkes County, N.C. William Land was 22 when he enlisted. He was present, September. 6-Oct.
4,
1861, & sick at hospital, since October. 28, 1861. He was listed as
'absent
on sick leave since December 15, 1861 by Dr. Sworn certificate', rolls
dated Jan.-April, 1863. He was further listed as awol, roll dated July
17,
1863. Later, in order to leave Union captivity and protect his family he joined Co.E Union 6th Tenn.Mtd.Inf.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  6/19/2006
Company H
Isaac Lockhart - Private   
I found records on ancestry.com of Isaac Lockhart in the 35th Tennessee Infantry as a private.
Contact Name:  Michelle Johnson
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Date Added:  10/25/2010
Company H
John Mitchell - Private   
Private John Mitchell of Capt. E. Wood's Co H 5th Tenn Rgt died on 22 April 1862 from the effects of wounds received at Shiloh on the 6th of April 1862. His death was at a field hospital near Corinth, Mississippi. He was a native of Warren County Tennessee.
Contact Name:  Buddy Mitchell
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Date Added:  3/13/2011
Company H
Nickolas Sandlin - Private   
There is a SCV grave marker at New Garden Cemetery with Nickolas Sandlin as being a member of Co. H 35th Tennessee Inf. CSA. I assume he was a private in Co. H.
Contact Name:  John Witt g-g grandson
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Date Added:  8/21/2010
Company H
Pearl ( Parl ) Wimberley - Private   
Brother-in-law of Jesse and William Land, Married to their sister, Elizabeth.
35th TENNESSEE INFANTRY REGIMENT
Also called 1st Tennessee Mountain Rifle Regiment, Co. 'H', Men from Sequatchie County.
Pearl was 22 at his enlistment. He was present, September.
6-Oct.
4, 1861, and sick at hospital since October. 20, 1861. He was present,
March-June, 1862, before being listed as 'deserted, September 1, 1862'.


Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  6/19/2006
Company K
Absolom L Deakins - 1st Lieutenant   
(age 25 at enlistment)- enlisted as 1st Lt. of Company K, September 6, 1861, at Camp Smartt, Warren County, Tenn., for 12 months. Date of appointment [as 1st Lt.], September 6, 1861. He was present, on muster rolls dated September 6, 1861-October 4, 1861, and March-April, 1862 (as 1st Lt.). On a muster roll marked July 17, 1863, this entry is noted: 'Left out at reorganization of regt., May 8, 1862.'
Contact Name:  Rick Deakins
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Contact Homepage:  http://home.comcast.net/~rdeakins/civil_war.htm
Date Added:  1/10/2008
Company K
George Deakins - Private   
(age 22 at enlistment)- present, rolls dated September 6, 1861-October 4, 1861, and March-June, 1862; absent, on sick leave since November 25, 1862, 'sworn oath of Dr.'; present, January-April, 1863; absent without leave, roll dated July 17, 1863. Age, 21 [unsure about this age, but that is what is marked on his record]. 'On detached duty since August 1, 1863', rolls dated July-October, 1863; 'was captured by the enemy + taken the oath + is at home', roll dated November-December, 1863.
Contact Name:  Rick Deakins
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Contact Homepage:  http://home.comcast.net/~rdeakins/civil_war.htm
Date Added:  1/10/2008
Company K
George W Deakins - Private   
(age 18 at enlistment)- present, roll dated September 6, 1861-October 4, 1861; (d) at Shelbyville, Tenn., March 9, 1862. G.W. Deakins' name appears on roll dated July 17, 1863, which shows his death as the same date, but showed his age as 21.

Contact Name:  Rick Deakins
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Contact Homepage:  http://home.comcast.net/~rdeakins/civil_war.htm
Date Added:  1/10/2008
Company K
George S Deakins - Major   
Major G.S. Deakins was listed as commanding the 35th & 48th Tennessee regiments, Polk's Brigade, January 20, 1864 (Vol. 32, Part 2, page 588).Major G.S. Deakins was in command of the 35th Tennessee, in Granbury's Brigade, on March 31, 1865 (Vol. 47, Part 3, page 736). Major Deakins signed Major-General Patrick R. Cleburne's petition to the War Dept. in Richmond, to arm slaves, dated January 2, 1864.Major George S. Deakins was named to the Confederate Roll of Honor, for his action at the battle of Chickamauga, September 19-20, 1863, per General Order #64, dated August 10, 1864.
Here is what Col. Hill had to say about Major G.S. Deakins at the battle of Chickamauga: 'In the meantime I had ordered my major to take charge of the prisoners as they arrived, and not allow the men to be running to the rear on the pretext of carrying back prisoners. He (the major) collected and sent to the rear about 75.'
Also, 'Lieutenant-Colonel Roberts and Major Deakins did their whole duty in commanding the skirmishers, both day and night, and displayed great coolness and courage throughout the entire engagement, or series of engagements.' (O.R., Vol. 30, part 2, page 184 & 541).
Contact Name:  Rick Deakins
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Contact Homepage:  http://home.comcast.net/~rdeakins/civil_war.htm
Date Added:  1/10/2008
Company K
J D Deakins - 3rd Sergeant   
(age 18 at enlistment)- enlisted as 3rd Sgt., Co. K, September 6, 1861; sick at hospital, since October 24, 1861; present, March-April, 1862 (as 3rd Sgt.); present, 'resigned on 12th June', May-June, 1862 (as 1st Sgt.); 'transferred to 3rd Confederate Cavalry, December, 1862', roll dated July 17, 1863.
Contact Name:  Rick Deakins
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Contact Homepage:  http://home.comcast.net/~rdeakins/civil_war.htm
Date Added:  1/10/2008
Company K
Moses Easterly Deakins - 1st Sergeant   
(age 21 at enlistment)- enlisted September 6, 1861; sick in hospital since October 19, 1861; present, March-June, 1862; absent on sick leave since November 25, 1862, 'sworn oath of Dr.'; present, January-February, 1863; present, '7 cartridges, 24 caps lost, March 4, 1863', roll dated March-April, 1863; present, roll dated July 17, 1863. Age, 22. On detached duty since August 1, 1863; present, rolls dated September-December, 1863, January-April, 1864; M.E. Deakins' name appears on the Confederate Roll of Honor, dated August 10, 1864, per General Order #64/2, for his action at the battle of Chickamauga; paroled, Greensboro, NC, May 1, 1865,
Contact Name:  Rick Deakins
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Date Added:  1/10/2008
Company K
Thomas S Deakins - Private   
Deakins, T.S.- enlisted Janaury 1, 1862 at Chattanooga, by Capt. Stewart; absnet, on sick leave since February 25, 1862; same entry, rolls dated March-June, 1862, November-December, 1862;
Contact Name:  Rick Deakins
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Contact Homepage:  http://home.comcast.net/~rdeakins/civil_war.htm
Date Added:  1/10/2008
Company K
William R Deakins - Private   
(age 25 at enlistment)- enlisted September 6, 1861; sick in quarters since October 20, 1861; present, rolls dated March-June, 1862, November-December, 1862, January-April, 1863; absent without leave since July 8, 1863; on detached duty, August 1, 1863, 'stoppage on acct. of loss of ordnance, $51.85', roll dated September-October, 1863; 'sent off from his com'd. on duty Aug. 1, 1863, was captured by enemy + taken the oath + is at home', roll dated November-December, 1863.

Contact Name:  Rick Deakins
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Contact Homepage:  http://home.comcast.net/~rdeakins/civil_war.htm
Date Added:  1/10/2008
Company K
Presley P. Eagan - Private   
Killed at Battle of Shiloh, TN.


Extracted from 'The Military Annals of Tennessee Confederates', by John Berrien Lindsley, Pub. 1886:

Eagan, Presley P. killed at Shiloh (35th Inf, Co. K).

Presley Eagan enlisted in Co. E, 32 TN Infantry 20 Oct 1861 at Camp Trousdale. He was killed at Shelton Hill, 28 May 1862, while serving in Co K, 35th TN Inf Rgt.
Contact Name:  Mark Anderson
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Date Added:  11/16/2007
Company K
James Hargroves - Private   
James A Hargroves has name spelled as Hargrove/Hardgrove/Hargrave. He enlisted March 27, 1862, Decatur Ala, he lived around Shoal Ford Limestone County Ala. Muster cards have 32nd Tenn and 35th Tenn. Info found on FootNotes.com
Contact Name:  Gerald Preas
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Date Added:  10/13/2008
Company L
William Riley Hale - Private   
Enlisted before the battle of Perryville Sept 23rd 1682 into Company L, He was a son of wealthy landowners the Hale Family. from haletown Japser county. He became Ill or injured and was layed up in the Hospital by February 1863 at which point he was discharged upon procuring a substitute.
Contact Name:  Robert Hale
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Date Added:  10/17/2014
Company L
Bartley Stinson - Private   
Bartley had been a coal miner at Tracy City, Marion County, when he first emigrated from Ireland to the US in about 1849. He had moved to Kentucky by the time the war started but enlisted for Tennessee. September 1861--mustered in at Camp Smartt near McMinnville (TN). 1st Mountain Rifle Regiment organized from several counties in Tennessee: Grundy, Warren, Van Buren, Cannon, Sequatchie, DeKalb, Hamilton, and Bledsoe. Served through 1865.

Bartley's records are listed as Stinson and Stenson.

Bartley Stinson Military Service Record for the Civil War. Served in TN has his birth in 1820 Ireland. date of death 1/15/1899. He was in the Co. L. 35th Tn Mountain Rifle Reg. He was captured at Cowan , Tn July 12 1863
Contact Name:  Patricia Stinson Brown
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Date Added:  1/3/2012
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