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Thomas Aaron - Unknown   
My gg granfather & namesake.

The information I have came from my granmother that lived to be 106, dying in 1956.

Any further information about the 52tn inf. would be most welcome
Contact Name:  Tommy Aaron
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  6/10/2009
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William Jahew Maness - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Patti
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  8/1/2011
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Ephram Alexander McCollum - Unknown   
Hey, Does anyone have any info of Ephram Alexander McCollum, or E A McCollum? He would be my great, great Grandfather, or my Grandpa's Grandpa. Through ancestry.com I found that he applied for a Civil War Pension through Marshall, TN. He was listed as having served in the 53rd Tennessee. I don't live in TN, I'm mostly in GA. Family legend says that he may have been captured (Fort Donelson?) and he may have spent time in a Union prison camp.

This is what the website told me:

Name: E. A. McCollum
Unit Served: 53rd Infantry
State Served: TN
Application Type: Soldier
Application Numbers: S11611
Application Location: Marshall, TN
Note: The name McCollum, E. A. appears on a Tennesse Confederate Application
Info: A photocopy of this pension application may be obtained from the Tennessee State Library and Archives. Please contact the Tennessee State Library and Archives for pricing and availability at the following address: Tennessee State Library and Archives
Contact Name:  Michael
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  www.mikemccollum.blogspot.com
Date Added:  7/30/2010
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Hilary Lucian Oliver - Lt. Colonel   
A cousin, Lt. Col. H.L. Oliver (1828-1900) was a native of Maury Co, TN.
A doctor by trade, he served in the Tenn. state legislature representing Maury Co. after War.
Contact Name:  Sam Comyns
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Contact Homepage:  www.scv.org
Date Added:  10/1/2010
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John S Stansell - Captain   
I am seeking any information concerning Captain John S. Stansell.
Contact Name:  Charles Stansell
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  4/21/2009
Company Unknown
James Weatherington - Private   
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Contact Name:  Reuben Weatherington
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/4/2010
Company C
George W Cook - Unknown   
Information found in Goodspeed's biography of George Washington Cook, Clay County, Arkansas homepage at USGENWEB
Contact Name:  Pamela
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Date Added:  12/14/2010
Company C
John Henry Lee - 2nd Lieutenant   
Enlisted 13 Dec 1861. Fought at Shiloh, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Atlanta Campaign, Franklin, and Nashville. Furloughed in Jan 1865 from Corinth, MS. Parole dated 31 May 1865 from Corinth, MS.
Contact Name:  Scott Lee
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Date Added:  8/24/2007
Company C
Isaac Jasper Massengill - Unknown   
This is part of a letter that I.J. Massengill had written to someone doing research on the family history:

'When the Civil War came up I was just 20 years old. I volunteered in the Confederate Army and in short time the great battle of Shiloh came up. I was wounded in that battle and was out of the service nine months on account of that wound, but got back to the army just in time to be in the Murfreesboro or Stones River fight, and there I was taken prisoner. I was paroled, came home, and later on went ino Forrest's cavalry.'
Contact Name:  Barrett Roby
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Date Added:  2/12/2010
Company C
Alfred Alexander Sawyer - Sergeant   
I have old pay vouchers and a copy of a monograph AA placed in the semi-weekly Farmers News back in 1914 trying to reconnect with 'any of the old boys ... who followed Bragg, Johnson or Hood.' He reports being wounded at Rockyface Gap, being hospitalized until Feb.'65, rejoining 'as the army fell back from Nashville, being furloughed for thirty days and paroled at Corinth 5/10/65 .

Old family members told me as a child that he was a kind and gentle man. I guess he had fought his war.










Contact Name:  David R Sawyer
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Date Added:  7/5/2012
Company G
George Wilson Thomason - Unknown   
Would like to find more information on George Wilson Thomason, my great-grandfather. Born abt. 1835.
Contact Name:  Gary Thomason
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  10/24/2006
Company K
Thomas Wesley Wallingsford - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  David Waldrip
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  6/29/2009
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