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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
Company A
Quintus Cincinnatus Atkinson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Terry Atkinson
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Date Added:  7/3/2010
Company A
Benjamin F. Buck - Private   
BUCK, BENJ.F. PVT A 49 TENN 10/09/64 1551

Died October 9, 1864, at Rock Island Prison, Illinois. Buried in Confederate Cemetery at Rock Island in Grave 1551.
Contact Name:  Donna McCreary Rodriguez
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Date Added:  4/24/2004
Company A
George Watson Buck - Private   
Son of George Washington Buck and Sarah (Sallie) Estes. Born in Louisa County, Virginia, in 1831.

His brothers Benjamin F. Buck and James Mason Buck were also in Company A. Benjamin died at Rock Island Prison, Illinois, in 1864. James died in Rockwall County, Texas, in 1919.

George Watson Buck became a prominent citizen and brick manufacturer in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee. He died in 1912.
Contact Name:  Donna McCreary Rodriguez
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Date Added:  4/24/2004
Company A
James Mason Buck - Private   
Born in Louisa County, Virginia. Married in Montgomery County, Tennessee. Died in 1919 in Rockwall County, Texas.

Son of George Washington Buck and Sarah (Sallie) Estes. Was my great grandfather.

His brothers Benjamin F. Buck and George Watson Buck, were also in Company A. Benjamin died at Rock Island Prison, Illinois, in 1864. George died in Montgomery County, Tennessee, in 1912.
Contact Name:  Donna McCreary Rodriguez
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Date Added:  4/24/2004
Company A
William J Cornell - Unknown   
Looking for burial site(Clarksville or Ft.Donelson)
Contact Name:  William DeWitt Cornell
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Date Added:  8/20/2009
Company B
Phillip Henry Deason - Private   
My Great, Great Grandfather served with Co. D and B. He was captured Ft. Donelson, exchanged Vicksburg. After Franklin Captured Dec 9th 1864 in Nashville. Another source says Captured at Franklin.
Contact Name:  Roy Freudenthal
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Date Added:  8/7/2009
Company B
Richard A. Nicks - Sergeant   
Richard A. Nicks was my 2nd great grand father.
Contact Name:  Ray A. Branz
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Contact Homepage:  NA
Date Added:  3/10/2006
Company C
John Michael Morris - 3rd Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Robert Orrand
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Date Added:  7/21/2010
Company D
John M Chester - Private   
To young to join but finally did in Oct. 1864. Alexander Duval McNairy Captain.
Contact Name:  Tony Epps England
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Date Added:  9/29/2014
Company D
Joseph H Chester - Lieutenant   
After the fall of Fort Donelson he served the remainder of war with Captain Alexander Duval McNairy.
Contact Name:  Tony Epps England
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Date Added:  9/29/2014
Company D
edmon tidwell garton - Private   
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Contact Name:  brian gehrt
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Date Added:  8/7/2011
Company D
Agustus N Thompson - 4th Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  John
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Date Added:  9/13/2010
Company D
John N Walker - Private   
My Great, Great Uncle served in Co D along with his two other brothers. He was Captured Ft. Donelson. Exchanged Vicksburg and Died at Port Hudson April 7th 1863.
Contact Name:  Roy Freudenthal
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Date Added:  8/7/2009
Company D
Samuel Thomas Walker - Private   
My Great Great Uncle, was captured at Ft. Donelson exchanged at Vicksburg. He was captured at Franklin. Letter from Capt J.A.M. Nesbitt of Co.D says Sam was pulled over the breastworks and sent off to a prison up north. His two other brothers also served in the same company. One died at Port Hudson La.
Contact Name:  Roy Freudenthal
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Date Added:  8/7/2009
Company D
Zachariah Van Walker - Private   
My Great, Great Uncle served in Co D along with his two other brothers. He was captured Ft. Donelson, exchanged Vicksburg. In hospital for abcess on leg.(Ross Hospital Mobile Ala) Note says Atlanta Ga. In March 1865 he appears to still be with company but employed by Forrest Hospital Lauderdale, Miss. He is listed as having surrenderd with the Surgeon May 4th 1865.
Contact Name:  Roy Freudenthal
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Date Added:  8/7/2009
Company E
John Howell Sugg - 3rd Corporal   
John H. Sugg was captured at the battle in Franklin Tennessee, Nov. 30th 1864. He was intered at Camp Douglas, Illinois, Dec. 5, 1864 and released after taking the oath of allegiance May 13th 1865.
Contact Name:  Kevin sugg
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Date Added:  11/26/2008
Company F
JOESPH DAVIS BURNEY - 1st Sergeant   
THEIR RIGHT TO FORM THEIR OWN GOVERMENT.
Contact Name:  BOB PARKER
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Date Added:  1/6/2008
Company F
JOESPH DAVIS BURNEY - Sergeant   
MY GREAT GRANFATHER
Contact Name:  BOB PARKER
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Date Added:  7/17/2011
Company F
Joseph S Norfleet - Unknown   
retired now..... I have more time to do some things I have wanted to do for a long time.. I know about Wally Cross's Book.. In the process of buying it now... Great Grand Joseph and one brother survived and came home, I think he had three other brothers that were killed... Joseph's grave is in the Dotsonville community I think.
Contact Name:  Ken Norfleet
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Date Added:  12/18/2009
Company G
Melville Valentine Cherry - Private   
My g-great uncle was wounded 5 times according to his own accounts.He was born in Stewart Co, TN. Grew up in Montgomnery Co. After the war he moved to Paducah KY and is buried at the city cemetery. His Name appears on a Parole list in N.C at the end of the war.
Contact Name:  Jerry Ross
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Date Added:  7/3/2007
Company H
Andrew Barker - Private   
Survived the war. Married to Elvira Sanders. Dotsonville area of Montgomery. Across the river from Palmyra where Company H was mustered.
Contact Name:  Tina Sholar
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Date Added:  1/6/2017
Company I
William Bayliss - Private   
William Bayliss was born William Haire Bayless to Daniel Price Bayless and Lydia Jaine Haire in Tennessee. He was wounded at the Battle of Fort Donelson and was one of the men taken to Camp Douglas in Chicago after the fort's surrender. He was one of those released into Vicksburg but died later of an infection. Not sure how soon he died afterwards or what type of infetion he had, but his death was in 1862. Not aware where his remains lie either.
Contact Name:  Heidi Pence
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Date Added:  7/12/2011
Company I
James Nunnery - Private   
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Contact Name:  Sharon M. Bledsoe
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Date Added:  1/18/2006
Company I
Thomas Kinley Wyly - 1st Sergeant   
Born 6 May 1836 in Benton Co., Tennessee. Enlisted 7 Nov 1861 in Benton Co., Tennessee. Died 10 Aug 1880 in Benton Co., Tennessee.
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  7/30/2015
Company K
Thomas Arnold Owen - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ron Downs
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Date Added:  11/13/2010
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