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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
Company A
James Henry Davidson - Private   
Joined 40th Tennessee Infantry Captain H. H. Higgins Company Walker's Regiment Volunteers in Athens Alabama August 1, 1861. Captured at Island #10 April 8, 1862. Was held at Camp Randall Madison, WI and then Camp Douglas, IL. Sent to Vicksburg to be exchanged November 10, 1862. (source:Muster rolls)

His brother William Erwin Davidson served in a Union unit from Illinois.
Contact Name:  Jeff Davidson
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Date Added:  12/2/2010
Company A
James William Headrick - Private   
James W. Headrick was my ggg grandfather. Organized at Memphis, TN in October 1861, with one Florida, one Kentucky, four Alabama, and four Arkansas companies. During Feb, 1862, it became the 5th (Walker's) Confederate Infantry Regiment under Col. C.C. Henderson and Col. Lucius M. Walker, Lt. Col. John A. Minter, and Maj. Hiram H. Higgins.
Contact Name:  Patrick Patterson
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Date Added:  3/17/2010
Company B
Peter Cain - Private   
He was attached to the 8th Ky mounted infantry after the 40th was split up in 1862. He survived the war and returned to Nelson County Ky. He died in Bardstown,Ky in 1891.
Contact Name:  Michael Cain
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Date Added:  2/12/2011
Company E
Van Buren Brindley - Private   
Van Buren Brindley was my gg grandfather. He was captured in Mississippi and was released to a Louisianna Regiment. He has a Louisianna CSA tombstone.
Contact Name:  Jenny Patterson
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Date Added:  3/17/2010
Company E
William Newton Moore - 2nd Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  George Timmons
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Date Added:  1/6/2010
Company E
Daniel Augustus Tyrone - Private   
Taken prisoner at Island No 10. Died at Camp Butler, IL 3 May 1862.
Contact Name:  Greg Tyrone
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Date Added:  3/4/2012
Company F
Benjamin F Pankey - Private   
Benjamin was 27 years old when he joined for duty on 6 Oct. 1861 at Memphis Tenn. Sworn in by Capt. McClain for 12 months probably at nearby Camp Johnson. CMR dated Jan 1, 1862 Remarks: sick in hospital at Fort Pillow when last heard from. No other data found.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  1/26/2014
Company H
John D. Hudson - Private   
John D. Hudson was in Co. H, 40th Tenn Infantry regiment and was captured at Island #10. Traded at Vicksburg, Miss in 1862 and became 1st. lieutenant, Co. A, 54th Alabama Volunteer Infantry. Lost his right arm in the fighting on Lickskillet Road Georgia on July 28th, 1864.
Contact Name:  john mcneal
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Date Added:  10/23/2008
Company K
James Jackson Baxter - Private   
My 2nd Great Uncle Enlisted Nov 3rd 1861 at Camp Johnson near Memphis Tenn.
This regiment was organized in October 1861 and was composed of one Florida, one Kentucky, four Alabama and four Arkansas Companies. It was Captured at Island #10 8 Apr 1862, released at Vicksburg, MS in September 1862 and declared exchanged at Aikens Landing, VA 10 Nov 1862. The regiment was called the 40th Tennessee Regiment and Walker's Regiment of Volunteers but was officially designated the 5th Confederate Infantry.
Contact Name:  Michael L. Upchurch
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Date Added:  4/18/2015
Company K
John Patrick Baxter - 2nd Lieutenant   
My Great Grandfather. Enlisted Oct 2nd, 1861 at Camp Johnson near Memphis Tenn. This regiment was organized in October 1861 and was composed of one Florida, one Kentucky, four Alabama and four Arkansas Companies. It was Captured at Island #10 8 Apr 1862, released at Vicksburg, MS in September 1862 and declared exchanged at Aikens Landing, VA 10 Nov 1862. The regiment was called the 40th Tennessee Regiment and Walker's Regiment of Volunteers but was officially designated the 5th Confederate Infantry.
Contact Name:  Michael L. Upchurch
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Date Added:  4/18/2015
Company K
James E Pankey - Private   
James is 18 years old, joined at Camp Johnson 28 Oct. 1861. Mustered in at nearby Mehphis on the 30th os Oct. Enrolled by Col. L.M. Walker for one year in Walker's Regt. Vol's . He was captured 8 April 1862 on Island #10. His name appears on a list of POW sent from Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois to Vicksburg on the steamer Jno.H. Dove. The exchange concluded at Akin's landing Nov 10 1862. This unit has a complicated consolidation record with troops intermingled from Ala. Ark. Kentucky, and Florida. This Co. became Company K. 54th Regt. Alabama Infantry.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  1/26/2014
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