Hamilton County Confederates: G-H

  • Tuesday, August 16, 2005

The following data on Confederate soldiers from Hamilton County is taken from a book by Nat Hughes and John Wilson.

Please email news@chattanoogan.com if you have corrections or additions.

Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 in Co. L, 36TN at Chattanooga; transf. to Co. L, 35TN; fought at Murfreesboro. Postmaster and merchant at McDonald. Died Dec. 22, 1907 (65yrs). [CT Dec. 24, 1907]

GABBERT, W. G. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Not in 1860 HC. He was detailed in govt. tanning business in Oct. 64.

GADBY, Sgt. G. P. Co. A, 19TN
Killed Shiloh. [Knoxville Daily Register, April, 19, 1862]

GADD, John Co. G, 37TN
Born 1846 in TN, son of William and Rebecca.

GAFFNEY, James Matthew Co. K, 13GA
Born in Ireland, 1836. Married Mary Kate Nance in Troup Co., GA. Enl. spring, 1861 at LaGrange, GA. Capt. at Fisher Hill, VA, 1864 and imprisoned at Point Lookout, MD. Farmed after war, living in Whitfield Co., GA, then moving to East Chatt. He died Feb. 9, 1910 at Waring, GA. [TWP8595]

GAINES, John Henry Co. B, 38GA===============
Born 1838 in Cherokee Co., GA and married (1858) Julia Ann Davis [TWP: m. Elizabeth Ann Holcombe, Nov. 30, 1858 in Milton Co.,GA]. Enl. Feb. 24, 1862. Smashed hand in fall from rr car and disch. as disabled at Fredericksburg, VA, 1863. For 14yrs. in employ of H. K. Judd. Died at res. in Sherman Heights Feb. 15, 1907, age 65 and buried in Gordon Co., GA. [CT Feb. 16, 1907; TWP3142; TP6686]

GALLAHER, 2Lt. John F. Co. F, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Born in TN in November, 1843, he enl. Cavalry at Big Creek Gap. Commanded Co. F, May 3, 1865 in Charlotte, NC. After the war he settled in Kingston, TN and married Maggie P. about 1872. By 1880 he had made Chattanooga his home and had become a real estate agent. In the 1900 census, however, he is found to be a resident of Bryantsville, KY.

GALLAHER, Pleasant P. Co. B, 5TN Cav. (McKenzie's)
Born McMinn Co., 1843. "Cut off from the army at Benton, TN, near Hiawassee River, 1864." Absent without leave thereafter. 1906 res. of Red Bank, "invalided from chronic rheumatism" contracted during service. 1910 widowed farmhand res. O'Kean St. with 3 grown children. [TP2654; 1910HC]

GAMBLE, Charles Preston Co. D, 4th (12th) GA Cav.
Born c1824, he hired a substitute, Isaac Goolsby, to take his place in the unit captained by William J. Rogers (Gamble's brother-in-law). Gamble was married to Susan Emmeline Rogers. The Gambles lived for several years after the Civil War at Harrison, then they moved to TX. [JWilson Gamble family; 1860HC]

GAMBLE, Thomas J. Co. D, 4GA Cav.
He was in the unit that his father, Charles Preston Gamble, also joined, though his father hired a substitute.

GAMBLE, Samuel H. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Dec. 2, 1861 at Ooltewah. Deserted Dec. 10, 1861.

GAMBLIN, George Washington Co. D, 37TN
Born Dec. 17, 1840 in HC, son of Joseph. Enl. June 1, 1861 at Knoxville. Wounded at Nashville. Married Mary L. (1863 in Ringgold). Paroled May 4, 1865 at Greensboro, NC. Railroader in St. Elmo (Lookout Incline). Moved to Menlo, GA. Died Feb. 27, 1917. [TWP 6670; NBFM2,7]

GAMBLIN, Joshua Co. H, 26TN
Enl. July 14, 1861, Knoxville. Detailed for arty. service Oct. 13, 1862.

GAMBLIN, W. G. Co. G, 26TN
Enl. Aug. 28, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Morton.

GANN, Andrew "Andy" Co. G, 1CSA Cav.
Born 1839 in TN, son of Mary. Farm laborer at Soddy. Captured and imprisoned at Rock Island.

GANN, Daniel Co. G, 1CSA Cav.
Captured and imprisoned at Rock Island.

GANN, John Wesley
Brother of Andrew and Daniel Gant.

GANNAWAY, Thomas Cotlett Co. C, 16TN Cav. BN
Wife was Mary A. Buried at Evansville Cem. [TP1454]

GANT, 2d Sgt. William Co. H, 5TN Cav.
Enl. Aug. 11, 1861 at Chatt. Elected 2d Lt. in 1862. Killed near Cedartown, GA, 1864.

GARDENHIRE, 1Lt. Francis Marion "Franz" Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born at Loudon, TN, Sept. 10, 1836, he was a grandson of William Gardenhire, a pioneer who lived at Citico near Ross's Landing. His parents were George W. Gardenhire and Polly Bottoms. Enl. during August, 1861, at Snow Hill. He was "a brave soldier and won distinction for his gallantry in many engagements." Wounded at the Battle of Cumberland Gap, he was captured at Piedmont, VA on June 5, 1864. 5'11", drk hair, grey eyes, lt. cmpx. After his capture, he spent a year and nine months at Johnson's Island where he made friends with the prison commander, who at the end of the war outfitted him with clothes and provided him first-class transportation back to HC.
After the war, he managed the extensive family property at Chattanooga and was a cattle dealer. He married Leona Rogers in 1868. Their home was on East Third Street, where Chattanooga High School was later built. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church and died at his res. on Harrison Ave., Sept. 29, 1905 and buried in FH. [CT, Sept. 30, 1905; FHR; 1860HC]

GARDENHIRE, James T. "Judge"
Captured at Ooltewah, Jan., 1864; accused of being spy. Married Sarah, daughter of the Cherokee Pathkiller.

Born in HC Feb., 1832, son of George W. Gardenhire. In youth joined party of gold seekers and sailed around Cape Horn to San Francisco. Later in Fiji Islands he bought 2 "savages" and brought them to America and sold them to P. T. Barnum for $10,000. Moved to Dayton, TN c1875. Married Anna Grady of Clearwater, FL. Died Oct. 24, 1915 in Clearwater. Buried in Citizens Cem. with father and grandfather. [CT Aug. 27, 1915]

GARNER, Irvin Clark Co. C, 1TN (Turney's)
Born 1837 in Franklin Co., he married (1866) Mary Catherine Pryor. He died Nov., 1899 on Leonard St. and buried at his old home in Winchester. [TWP, p. 14; NBFM3]

GARNER, William
Born c1843 in SC of parents born in SC. In 1910 res. in town of Lookout Mtn. with wife Julia whom he married in 1903. No occupation listed though wife was laundress. [1910 HC]

GARNER, William H. H. Barry's Btry.
Enl. May 14, 1862 at Chatt.; served three years.

Born near Huntsville, AL in 1824, he spent his early days there and received his education there. He fought with Gen. Nathan B. Forrest "from the outset, serving with gallantry and honor at Fort Donelson, Iuka, Shiloh, Corinth and the assault on Fort Pillow." He came to Chattanooga in 1887 and operated the Garner House upstairs at 715 Walnut St. for 10 years. He died May 26, 1900, and was buried at Cartersville, GA. [CT May 28, 1900]

GARRETT, Sgt. Benjamin M. Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA) Born 1838, GA of SC parents. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Douglas. Fair cmplx., sandy hair, blue eyes, 6'1" tall; Deserted March 24, 1864. USA Oath and sent north Dec. 27, 1864. 1910 res., Read Ave. with wife Sarah E. (married 1867) [1910HC]

GARRETT, John Co. H, 26TN
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Missing in Battle of Ft. Donelson.

GARRETT, John Leander Co. A, T. R. Freeman's MO Cav.
Born Cherokee Co. (later Etowah Co.), AL, 1845. Enl. May, 1864: Iron Mtn., Boonville, near Kansas City, Price's 1864 Missouri Raid. Surrendered June 5, 1865 at Jacksonport, Jackson Co., AR. To TN, 1901. Wife was Nancy C. (m. 1881). Res. 1911, East End, HC. Janitor, public school. Died Aug. 28, 1911 at Rossville and buried at Chickamauga. [TP12,578; 1910HC]

GARRETT, Rapley (Ralph) Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville; left sick at Russellville, KY, Feb. 9, 1862; also served in 1CSA GA; enl. July 29, 1862 in Barry's Btry. at Chatt.

GASKILL, VARNEY A. QM Genl., State of GA
Born Sept. 21, 1824 at North Clarendon, VT, son of Thos. Gaskill. Graduated from Middlebury College in 1846 and moved to GA where he became teacher, then a Baptist minister and a lawyer. Practiced law in Atlanta and served in the GA House and Senate. Became Quartermaster General of GA and paymaster, 4th Brigade, GA Volunteers. Lawyer in Chatt. 1871-79 and served as alderman. Married 4 times, including Harriet Whiteside, widow of Col. J.A. Whiteside. Died Feb. 9, 1898 at Rutland, Vt. of Bright's disease. [CT03S; CT Feb., 11, 1898]

GAULT, Samuel B. Huggins Arty. Co. Lt.
Born Oct. 22, 1841 in Lincoln Co., TN. Enl. at Sulphur Springs, TN, Apr., 1862 in Ramsey's Regt. Afterwards in Freeman's Batt., Forrest's Cav., and after Chickamauga in Dibrell's command. Res. of Chatt. in 1893. [NBFM2]

GAUT, Lt. William Co. H, 4TN Cav.
He was killed in a battle at Cedartown, GA. Prior to the war, he was a farmer laborer living near Moccasin Bend. He was a native of KY.

GAUT, Sgt. William Co. B, 5TN Cav.
Enl. Aug. 11, 1861.

GENNOE, Calvin Co. D, 43TN
Born Meigs Co., 1830, brother of David. Enl. 1862. Fought at Morristown, Vicksburg (captured and paroled). Captured again in Jefferson Co., TN, Oct. 28, 1864, and imprisoned at Camp Douglas. Released May, 1865. Res. of Hill City, 1907. Died Jan. 1, 1916, age 85, and buried Citizens Cem. [CT Jan. 2, 1916; TP8734; 1910HC]

GENSEL, N.S. Co. D, 37TN
Born c1821, SC. Watchman res. HC, 1860, with wife Martha and 7 children. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville. Sent to Chatt. sick, Aug. 1, 1862. Deserted Sept. 7, 1863 at Ooltewah.

GENTRY, John W. Co. A, 8GA Cav. Bn.
Born Spartanburg Dist., SC, 1838. Enl. 1861 at Savannah. Kennesaw Mtn., Franklin, Nashville. Res. of Sale Creek, 1908. Wife Ellen Jane. 1910 garden laborer. Buried Sale Creek Cem. [TP10,171; 1910HC]

GERALD, John Co. H, 43TN
Born 1843 in TN, son of Samuel T. and Nancy Gerald of Ooltewah. [1860 HC Census]

GERHEART, George W. Barry's Btry.
Enl. July 18, 1862 at Chatt.; paroled May 11, 1865.

Born 1845, TN. 1910 servant in hh of lawyer Bancroft Murray.

GERVIN, E. H. Co. G, 26TN
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Douglas where he died July 18, 1862.

GHOLSON, William
Born 1841 in HC. Married (1876) Celia Francis McAdoo. Died 1893 in Obion Co. [TWP, p. 145]

GHORMLEY, William Henderson 4TN Cav; afterwards Co. C, 2TN Cav.
Born Aug. 27, 1839 in Monroe Co., TN. Enl. June 29, 1861. After war to Chatt. where he was a nightwatchman. Died Dec. 2, 1907 at res. on Catherine St. and buried CSA Cem. [CT, Dec. 3, 1907; NBFM2]

GIBBS, Charles N.
Born March 27, 1828 in Nashville, son of George W. and Lee Ann Dibrell Gibbs. Educated at Dresden Academy and Jackson, TN College. Mayor of Jackson, District Attny. for Western District of TN. In 1859 was member of TN Constit. Convention. Volunteer ADC to Forrest during war. 1873-81 was TN Secretary of State. To Chatt. in 1881. Married Matilda Fenner Vaulx. Episcopalian. Died Jan. 11, 1920 at res. on Lindsay St. [CT Jan. 12, 1920]

GIBSON, David Co. D, 37TN
Born 1819 in SC. Farmer at Chatt. with wife Rebecca and 7 sons. Enl. Sept, 1, 1861 at Knoxville. Disch. Aug. 15, 1862, disability. 5'10", drk cmplx, black eyes.

GIBSON [GIPSON], H. Barry's Btry. Lt.
[Brown's Diary]

GIBSON, James H. Co. K, 43TN
Born c1835, TN. Farm laborer at Zion Hill, 1860 with wife Lornida and 3 children. Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah.

GIBSON, Jeremiah "Jerry" Co. D, 57NC Inf
Born June 19, 1844 in Winston-Salem, NC; Resident of HC since 1886. Night jailer in charge when mob lynched Ed Johnson and was indicted. Married (1889 in HC) Lou Hixon. Color Sgt., NBF Camp, 1894. 1910 res. Wialingen Ave. with wife Lou. Died March 20, 1917 in Chatt. and buried Citizens Cem. [TWP, 285; 1910HC]

GIBSON, John C. Co. B, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Born c1828, a bark grinder res. in hh of Jemima Weace in 1860. Member of Wheeler's Cavalry, he lived in East Lake where he died Sept. 27, 1903 and was buried FH. [CT, Sept. 28, 1903]

GIBSON, Jordan Co. F, 14AR; Co. B, 21AR Musician.

GIBSON, Joseph W. Barry's Btry.
He enl. April 4, 1862 at Chatt. He was hospitalized at Pollard, AL, from December, 1863 to April, 1864. He was captured at Cotton Gin, MS, on Jan. 1, 1865. Then he was held in the prisons at Louisville, KY, and at Camp Chase, OH. Prior to the war, he was living on the farm of his father, farm laborer Thomas Gibson, at Tynerville. The father was from SC, while the mother, Keziah Gibson, was from VA. Joseph Gibson was born about 1844. He was 5'5" tall with dark complexion, dark hair and dark eyes.

GILBERT, Charles H. Co. A, 1LA Cav.
Died in Chatt. April 21, 1909. [CT April 22, 1909]

GILBERT, Isaac N. Co. A, 1NC Cpl.
Buried at FH. [FHR]

GILBERT, L. V. Co. A, 20AL Cav., Lee's Co.
Died July 20, 1903, age 63, at res. on Cowart St.and buried at Steele, AL on AL & GA RR. [NBFM2, 7; CT July 21, 1903]

GILBERT, Stephen M. Co. G, 7VA Cav.
Born 1840 in Berkeley Co., VA and enl. May 17, 1861 at Charleston, Jefferson Co., VA. Capt. 3 times: Orange CH, Gettysburg, and near Harper's Ferry (1862). Paroled at Ft. McHenry at Baltimore. Married Sallie Finney. Res. Chatt; occup. merchant. In grocery business on Leonard St. Died June 15, 1905, age 65 at res. on Early St., and buried Middleway, WVA. (FH?) [CT June 16, 1905; NBFM2; TWP6661]

GILBREATH (GILBRETH), Cpl. Evander Co. F, 35TN
Born in Bledsoe Co., TN in 1823, he farmed in HC until enlisting, Oct. 1, 1862.

GILLBRIDE, Barney Co. F, 35TN
Born in Taunaner, Ireland, 56 year old Gillbride (born 1806) became a coal miner in HC until he enl., Oct. 20, 1862 at Knoxville. Gray eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5'3" tall. Buried in CSA Cem.

GILLESPIE, Maj. George L., Jr.
He was in business in Nashville when the war broke out, but quickly became captain of the HC Home Guard organized at Chickamauga on April 29, 1861. He joined the Tulloss Rangers (Co. C, 4TN Cav?), in May. This was a Sequatchie Valley unit that was outfitted by James A. Tulloss of Pikeville. Gillespie was later transferred to the commissary department where he served under Gen. Ben Alston until after the KY campaign of 1862. Then he was assigned to the staff of Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson and later to that of Stephen D. Lee. He was in MS during the Chickasaw Bayou campaign of December, 1862, fought at Champion's Hill against Grant in the siege of Vicksburg.
Gillespie was among those surrendered with the army of Pemberton in July, 1863. After he was exchanged, he rejoined the army and took part in battles at Lookout Mtn. and Missionary Ridge. During the Dalton-Atlanta campaign Gillespie suffered a wound at Resaca, but returned to the AofTN and was with it at the surrender at Greensboro, N. C., April 26, 1865.
Born at Rhea Co. in 1836, he was the son of William N. Gillespie and Sidney Ann Leuty. He was a merchant and later a contractor at Chattanooga after the war. He married (1863) Victoria Brown, and they lived on Walnut St. and attended First Presbyterian Church. He died in Atlanta Feb. 22, 1923 and was buried FH. [NBFM2]

GILLESPIE, George S. Co. E, 5TN Cav. Bn.; Sgt. Co. K, 2d TN Cav. (Ashby)

GILLESPIE, James F. Co. I, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's); Co. E, 4TN Cav. Bn.
Born 1842 in TN, son of Mark and Eliza Jane Simpson Gillespie. Moved to TX after war. [1860HC]

GILLESPIE, James Wendell Co. K, 43TN
Born Aug. 9, 1819, son of George and Anna Neilson Gillespie of Rhea Co. Studied medicine in Nashville and practicing at Tynersville, 1860, with wife Nancy and one child. Rept. Rhea, Bledsoe, Hamilton, Marion and Meigs cos. in TN Senate, 1849-53, and Rhea, Bledsoe and Hamilton in Genl. Assembly, 1859-61. Married Nancy S. Brazelton, 1854. In addition to practicing medicine, he operated a general store and traded in livestock. Trustee of Mars Hill Academy. Capt. in Mex. War. Although he opposed secession, he enl. 5th East TN Vols., Oct. 17, 1861, then recruited what became the 43TN Inf. Elected Col. Dec. 14, 1861. Capt. Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled July 9, 1863. Rejoined army and was one of escort for Jefferson Davis in Washington, GA. With the regt. when it surrendered, 1865. "A very handsome man, an ideal commander and a splendid soldier. He was in numerous hard battles, the siege of Vicksburg among them." After the war lived at Washington in Rhea Co. where he died Oct. 10, 1874 and buried Mynatt Cem., a mile south of Washington. [Application for pardon from Former Confederates, 1865; JWilson, Gillespie Family; Campbell, Records of Rhea; Biog. Directory of TN Gen. Assembly]

GILLESPIE, John M. Co. F, 35TN; Co. B, 43TN
Born May 20, 1836 in Kingston, TN, he came to Chattanooga in 1857. He joined the 35TN Inf. on Nov. 18, 1862, then transferred to Co. B of the 43TN on Feb. 5, 1863. He was a son of George Lewis Gillespie and Margaret Alice McEwen. He married Amelia King, a daughter of John King. Their son was John King Gillespie. He had blue eyes, dark hair and a fair complexion and was 5'10" tall. He became a merchant in Chatt. where he died April 19, 1888; buried FH. [CT 03S]

GILLESPIE, Dr. Joseph Strong
Born in Rhea Co. March 18, 1821, he came to Chattanooga when it was Ross' Landing. This Chattanooga surgeon was loyal to the Southern cause. He had suffered a severe fall while sleepwalking and was unable to fight in the war. Dr. Gillespie was so outspoken for the Confederacy that he was arrested by Union troops, but was released on parole to treat wounded soldiers.
He was one of the sons of George Gillespie, who had a large plantation in Rhea Co. His mother was Anna Neilson. Dr. Joseph S. Gillespie set up a medical practice at Chatt. after completing the Louisville Medical College. He was Chatt.'s fourth mayor. In 1848, he married Penelope Whiteside, daughter of Col. James A. Whiteside. Dr. Gillespie resided at his farm "Canachee" east of Missionary Ridge after the war. He died March 28, 1896. [CT03S]

GILLESPIE, William M. Co. A, 5TN Cav.; Co. D, 4(12) GA Cav.
Born June, 1841 in Knox Co., TN, son of Marcus and Eliza Jane Simpson Gillespie. To HC at very early age and helped father with farm until war broke out when he enl. in Co. A, 5TN Cav., remaining until death of father. Reenl. Oct. 4, 1862 in Co. D, 4(12)GA Cav. and became Sgt. Returned to HC after the war and resumed farming. Married (1885) Maggie Castle. Became road commissioner of his district and member of County Court. Married (2) Tennie Davis. Died Jan. 31, 1915 at his home in Sunnyside, east of Missionary Ridge. Also shown as William A. and William J. [CT Feb. 1, 1915; GHT, 944]

GILLESPIE, William Stanton Co. A, 4TN Cav.
Born Nov. 28, 1850, TN, son of Robert N. and Hannah Leuty Gillespie [Robert and Hannah were brother and sister to William and Sidna]. He married Clara Chadick in Chatt. She died and William married Maud Gardner of Gatesville, TX, June 1, 1865.

GILLESPIE, William Stanton Leuty
Born 1838, in TN, son of William N. Gillespie and Sidney Ann Leuty and brother of George L. Gillespie. For part of the war, he was sent out on "detached duty." Lived in TX before returning to Chatt. Died at his home east of Mission Ridge, Jan. 31, 1915. 1910 farmer res. on Ringgold Rd. with 3 children less than 16yrs. [NBFM7; CT Feb. 1, 1915; 1910HC]

GIRVIN [GIVENS], Ebenezer H. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA); Co. I, 16NC
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Captured; in prison at Camp Douglas, Chicago. Transf. to 16NC March 10, 1863. Wounded Gettysburg. Returned to duty and wounded again at Spotsylvania May 21, 1864. Returned to duty and wounded yet again at Reams Station. Returned to duty until hospitaled for gunshot wound to head, April 19, 1865. In hospital at Farmville through May 14, 1865.

Enl. Sept. 20, 1862 in HC Deserted at Shelbyville, TN, Jan 25, 1863.

GLADISH, William James Co. I, 26LA
Born June 30, 1838, Limestone Co., AL, son of Rev. William James Gladish of Petersburg, VA, who in 1834 married Anna May Van Hook shortly after she came from Ansterdam, Holland. She was from a wealthy family and she and her husband moved near Huntsville, AL where they operated a plantation with many slaves. Mrs. G spoke 5 languages fluently and taught school on the plantation including son W.J. who was first of seven children. After her death Rev. WJG moved with two of his sisters to the home of his aunt, Mrs Mary Balleau, at New Orleans. WJG was overseer on her plantation until he enl. March 15, 1862 at Thibodaux. Chickasaw Bayou, Baton Rouge. Capt. Vicksburg, paroled and returned to father's farm in Madison Co. where a "band of yankey soldiers come there and took me prisoner . . . . Had to take the oath or go to prison." Became machinest after war and invented a self-feeding nail machine. However, it became worthless a short time later when the wire nail was invented. Married (Dec. 12, 1871) Lillian Curtis of Madison. To TN, Jan, 1881. Designed motorboats and called father of motorboating on TN River. Boarder on Walnut St., 1910 with wife Martha, born NJ. Agent for gasoline engine co., 1910. Res. 1918 on Broad St. Died Jan. 23, 1919 at home of son at 406 Pine St. Buried FH. [Booth; TP15,384; 1910HC; CT Jan. 24-26, 1919]

GLASS, William J. Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Douglas. Lt. cmplx, lt hair, blue eyes, 5'11". Deserted near Atlanta, Aug. 13, 1864. USA oath, Aug. 22, 1864, Chatt. Res. Walker Co.

GLOVER, Augustus C. 1st. Co. H, 7SC; Co. C, 48GA
Born May 22, 1845, Richmond, GA. Enl. Apr., 1861, 7SC, then 48GA. Wounded 3 times: Malvern Hill, on skirm. lline and at Orange C.H. School teacher and farmer in HC. 1892 applied from HC for admission to TN Soldiers Home. [SAACH]

GLOVER, Daniel Co. K, 43TN
Born c1842 in TN. Res. in hh of Edmond Smith, 1860. Enl. Oct. 10, 1862 at Ooltewah; deserted Nov. 7, 1862. [1860HC]

GLOVER, Granderson F. Co. A, 4TN Cav. Bn.
Enl. Sept. 6, 1861. at Big Creek. Sick at Chatt. April, 30, 1862. Disch. overage Oct. 20, 1862. Reenl. at Knox. Feb. 11, 1863 as a substitute. Deserted.

GLOVER, Richard Co. H, 26TN ; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Left sick Chatt., Oct. 5, 1861. Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Douglas. Absent sick, Feb. 29, 1864. On daily duty as ambulance driver, Aug. 31, 1864. Paroled Greensboro, May 1, 1865.

GLOVER, Capt. Samuel H. Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Enl. Aug. 11, 1861 at Chatt. Wounded at Morristown Station, TN, Aug. 16, 1862. Raised Co. B, Carter's Mounted Scouts. Capt. Jan., 1865 and imprisoned at Camp Chase. [Z]

GLOVER, Thomas Co. H, 4TN Cav.

GLOVER, William C. Co. H, 4TN Cav.

GOAD, William C. Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Died in prison, 1863.

GOBER, Dempsey M. Conner Co. E, 66GA
Born 1822 in Newton Co., GA and married (1858) Elizabeth Louisa Patterson. Died 1882 in HC. [TWP, p. 265;]

GODHELP, Sigmond Co. A, 19TN
Born c1836, Germany, and was clerk in Chatt. Enl. May 20, 1862, Corinth. Deserted near Chatt., Sept. 10, 1863., took USA oath at Chatt. and released at Nashville.

GODSEY, John P. Co. D, 4th (12th) GA Cav.
Enl. Oct. 4, 1862. A carpenter, he was assigned to a steam saw mill near Chattanooga the following day. He was born in VA about 1824. He and his wife, Hannah, a GA native, were living near Moccasin Bend at the start of the war.

GODSEY, Peter Co. H, 4TN Cav.

GODSEY, Sgt. Thomas H. Co. H, 4TN Cav.; Co. B, 5TN Cav.
Born about 1842, he was a farm laborer living with his wife, Altha, near Chatt. at the start of the war. He enl. Aug. 11, 1861. He took the USA oath of allegiance on March 26, 1864, and was released at Chatt. He had a light complexion, sandy hair and blue eyes and was 5'8" tall.

GODSEY, William Co. A, 19TN
Born c1830. Sawyer res. Chatt. with wife Mary. Enl. May 20, 1861, Knoxville. Disch. July 22, 1862.

GOFORTH, Daniel Boone Co. B, 29TN
Born HC, Feb. 9, 1835. Married Nancy Carline [sic]. Res. 1903 in Archville, Polk Co., TN where he died March 9, 1911. [TP5717]

GOINS (GOEN, GOIN, GOANS), Charles Co. K, 43TN
Age 18 in 1861, he enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863.

GOANS, Henry Co. G, 37TN
Born 1842 in GA. Res. 1860 with father Jack and brothers Nathan and Richard. [1860HC]

GOANS, John Co. E, 35TN
Born 1820 in TN. Farm laborer at Soddy with wife Louisa and five children.

GOANS, Nathan Co. E, 35TN
Born 1823 in TN. Farm laborer at Soddy with wife Mary and two children. [1860HC]

GOINS, Oscar Claiborne Co. B, 19TN
Born in Grainger Co., TN, Feb. 24, 1830, son of Nancy Biby Goins. His parents moved to HC in 1833 and settled on a farm among the Cherokees. At 16 he clerked in a mercantile house and married (1) in 1853 Nancy Florence Potter but they separated. In 1858 he married (2) Esther Reynolds. At the beginning of the war he joined Co. B, 19TN with the rank of Lt. He fought at Fishing Creek and Shiloh, then returned to Chatt. to help raise the Lookout Battery with Capt. R. L. Barry in which he served as farrier. He fought with the battery at Baker's Creek and at Jackson under W.W. Loring. During the winter of 1863-64 he was taken sick and returned home, settling in Chatt. broken in health and fortune.
After the war he became a traveling salesman and in 1873 settled in Murray Co., GA, occupying the home built by Joe Vann a prominent Cherokee. Goins died 1903 in Bradley Co., TN.
[Memories of Georgia; jwGoins family]

GOANS, Richard B. Co. G, 21TN Cav. (Carter's)

GOINS, William A. Co. A, 19TN
Enl. May 20, 1861 in Knoxville and apparently transferred to Co. C, 43TN. He was captured May 4, 1863 at Grand Gulf, MS and taken to Alton, IL prison where he died July 2, 1864 of chronic diarrhea. Probably brother of O.C. Goins. [Louise Richardson to Dr. Jack D. Welsh, June 3, 1995; CSR]

GOODE, William H. Co. K, 43TN
Born 1831 in Greenville, TN. Enl. Dec. 12, 1861 at Ooltewah; capt. at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863. Suffered measles at Vicksburg and could hardly see. "Has lost his eyesight and is in destitute condition." (March, 1887). Res. on Missionary Ridge in 1893. Still in HC in 1903. [NBFM2; NBFM1; TP497]

GOODEN, Joseph Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's).
Enl. Aug. 7, 1861, Cleveland. Capt. Wattsburg, TN, June 18, 1863. He was listed as absent without leave in the valley of VA in October of 1864. Before the war, he was a farm laborer residing with Dr. J.H. Locke at Ooltewah. He was born about 1841.

GOODRICH, George Washington Co. B, 1TN (Maney's) ANV. Born Jan. 24, 1831, Greenup Co., KY and married (1879) Tennessee White Darwin. Bookkeeper in Chatt in 1905. Died June 14, 1905 at res. on West 7th and buried in Dayton, TN. [TWP, p. 109; CT June 15, 1915; NBFM2, 7]

GOODSON, Seybourne Co. I, 5LA
Born Monroe Co., TN, 1839. Enl. May 22, 1861 in NO. Pres. on roster through Feb., 1862. To TN, 1874. Res. Hill City, 1911. [Booth; TP12,487]

GOODWIN, Joseph A. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's); Co. K, 43TN Cpl.
He enl. Dec. 1, 1861, in the 43TN after first serving under Capt. Snow. He was captured at Vicksburg on July 4, 1863. He was detached Nov. 6, 1863, to bring in absentees from HC. Before the war, he lived on the farm of his parents, Thomas H. and Mary Goodwin, at Ooltewah. He was born about 1841. [1860 HC Census]

GOODWIN, Meredith F. Co. K, 43TN
Age 16, he enl. March 24, 1862, at Ooltewah. He was discharged March 26, 1863, for being underage. He had fair complexion, dark eyes, dark hair and was 5'8" tall. He was the son of Thomas and Mary Goodwin of Ooltewah. [1860 HC]

GOOLSBY, Isaac C. Co. D, 4th (12th) GA Cav.
He went into the unit on Oct. 4, 1862, as a substitute for Charles P. Gamble. He later was absent and presumed to be within enemy lines.

GORDON, Capt. James Clark Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Born c1835, GA and rock mason in Chatt. when he enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Fort Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862, and imp. Johnson's Island; exch. Nov. 8, 1862; prom. to Lt. Col. Sept. 2, 1863. Rec. for promotion to Col. by Gen. H.D. Clayton, Mar. 3, 1865. Cmdg. 2d Bn, 1CSA, Oct. 31, 1863. Wounded in thigh at Kennesaw Mtn, June 17, 1864. Foard Hosp, Camp Marietta, June 20, 1864. Applied for a KY pension, 1912.

GOSSITT, Richard

GOTCHER, John S. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Born c1838, son of Henry and Margaret Gotcher. Farmer at Tynersville, 1860, with wife Nancy and 2 young children born Arkansas. Enl. Sept. 23, 1862 in HC. Captured near Ooltewah Dec. 1, 1863 and imprisoned at Rock Island, IL where he died Feb. 19, 1864 and was buried. [CSR; RI Ledger]

GOTHARD, Gustavus Augustus Henry Co. C, 16TN Cav. Bn.; Co. A, 4TN Cav.
The Gothards were originally from Pendleton District, S.C., and they moved to Rhea Co., TN, in 1810. His parents were M. Larkin and Louise Taylor Gothard. Louise Taylor was the daughter of Robert and Katie Sevier Taylor, who lived at Watauga in the Washington District. Born April 10, 1844 at Sale Creek, he ran away from home to enlist at Knoxville, June 16, 1861. Later he transfered to Rucker's Legion, 16TN Cav. Bn., to serve alongside his father, Larkin Gothard. He fought at Fishing Creek, Perryville, and Chickamauga, and was wounded at Philadelphia, TN, then captured and held at Chatt. until the surrender. Henry Gothard often served as a scout and, if apprehended, he was still so youthful that he could say he was out looking for the family cows. He actually had been sent away after the cows when he first ran off to the army. At Philadelphia, TN, Oct., 1863, Henry Gothard was severely wounded when he was hit in the head with artillery shrapnel and bled profusely. He was left for dead on the battlefield, but he was rescued by two young women. He was nursed in nearby homes and by slaves in the woods, then a silver piece was inserted in the back of his head where a bone had been shot away. He rejoined the army and fought with Vaughn's Brigade in the Shenandoah campaign, at Cedar Creek and New Market. In early 1865, Gothard was given permission along with two companions to deliver the unit's mail back to Rhea Co. His boat overturned on the Clinch River, and he was captured and imprisoned at Chatt. A family historian said he ""was falsely accused, along with others, of the murder of the Federal provost marshal at Athens, TN He was also falsely told that Gen. Lee had already surrendered. He was given a choice of taking the oath to the United States or hanging immediately for the murder. He had no way of knowing that Lee had not yet surrendered, but he knew he was innocent of the murder (Records show that he had not been near Athens in many months). So he took the oath on March 2 and walked to his home in Rhea Co. Because of the bitter feeling against ex-Confederates, Gothard went west and spent several years in MO, GA and TX before returning to HC where he married Nancy Louisa McKeown. They resided for many years at St. Elmo, where he was the gatekeeper at Forest Hills Cemetery. He died Oct. 7, 1932 and was buried at FH. [Unpublished Gothard family history by Judy Kellerhals Boyles, Katherine Kellerhals Boyles and Betty McDaniel Kellerhals; CT May 3, 1931, Oct. 8, 1932; FHR; NBFM2; TP 2220]

GOTHARD, Elias Co. D, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
He enl. at Knoxville on Aug. 5, 1861. He went over to the Union army, however, joining Co. D of the 12TN Cav. USA at Nashville on Nov. 10, 1863. He gave service as a blacksmith and also did scouting in Hickman Co. He was appointed a sergeant in January of 1864. He was mustered out at Fort Leavenworth on Oct. 7, 1865. He was a son of Allen and Mariah Gothard. Elias Gothard and his wife, Elizabeth, were living at Sale Creek just before the war. The Gothards were in Rhea Co. earlier and were originally from Newberry Co., SC. [JW]

GOTHARD, Larkin Co. C, 16TN Cav. Bn.
He was born c1807 when the family was still at Pendleton, SC. The Gothards were at Rhea Co. prior to moving to HC. He married (1830) Louise Taylor in Rhea. He farmed and tended a grist mill at Soddy. By 1860, however, Larkin and Louisa had moved back to Rhea where he died at home of dau. Elizabeth. According to his son Augustus, Gothard was 70 when he rode with Rucker's Legion.

Born in Cologne, Germany, he emigrated in 1848 and joined the Confederate Navy where he was engaged in blockade running. He came to Chatt. in 1866 and engaged in manufacturing and the mercantile trade. A member of Mizpah Temple, he died Dec. 2, 1898. [CT03S]

GOULDING, Benjamin Lloyd Co. C, 61NC; Co. B, 1GA
Born Feb. 19, 1844 in Bath (Richmond Co.), GA. Enl. Nov. 12, 1861 in GA Militia and served in Signal Corps. Fought throughout Atlanta campaign. Captured at Ft. McAllister, fall, 1864, and imprisoned Pt. Lookout. Princip. Rossville Academy, 1867. Organized and took charge of Chatt. Weather Bureau when it was located in the courthouse, 1878-1885. Took charge of public library then on Market St. Assisted in organization of Chamber of Commerce; Secretary (1888-93). For number of years was state coal and oil inspector following death of J.F. Shipp. Presby. Died March 20, 1934 in Chatt. [A. Hodges info to Free Press, May 22, 1895; NBFM2,8; CT, May 5.04; Oct. 4, 1906; March 21, 1934; CV, Sept., 1915, p. 427]

GRAHAM, John Alexander 8TN Cav.
Born Jan. 27, 1838 in Warren Co., KY. Enl. at Murfreesboro, TN in 1862. Afterwards Commissary Dept. of Cheatham's Div. Capt. Huntsville, AL and paroled as Capt. after surrender. Married Carrie Almira. Resident of Chatt. 24 years and worked as plasterer and for Chatt. Life Ins. Died at res. on Douglas St., Nov. 18, 1907 and buried FH. [CT, Nov. 19, 1907; FHR; NBFM2; TWP6719]

GRANT, Ambrose Child Co. H, 4TN Cav. Capt.
Born 1842 in Bangor, ME, he moved to Shellmound, TN in 1856
with his father. Resigning his position as a conductor on the
Memphis and Charleston RR, he enl. in Co. H, 4TN Cav., fought at Mill Springs, then tranferred to the QM Department. With the 4TN he took part in the actions at Murfreesboro and Munfordville and Bardstown. He was captured at Perryville. Upon his exchange he contracted typhoid and when he recovered he was assigned duty with the hospital as "special traveling agent." He returned to rr work after the war, lost a leg in 1866 as a conductor on the NC & St. L., and was employed as chief claims clerk. Grant married Bessie Pride at Iuka, MS. They lived in Chatt. on the East Terrace of Cameron Hill. Episcopalian. Died Feb. 1, 1902, age 63, and was buried at Citizens Cem. [CT Feb. 2, 1902; Hist. St. Paul's, 172; NBFM7]

Inmate TN Confed. Soldiers' Home, Nov. 17, 1902. [TCSH; NBFM3]
GRANT, T. J., Jr. Co. E, 17TN
Born 1840 in Franklin Co., Enl. in May, 1861 and was disabled by a musket ball which struck his ankle during the battle of Murfreesboro. Res. Chatt. in 1904. [TP6418]

GRAY, Fielding Wells "Wells" Co. E, 3CSA Cav.; Barry's Btry.
Before the war, he resided near Tyner with his wife, Martha, and their son and daughter. A native of Virginia, he was born about 1833 and moved with his family first to Smith Co., then to the Worley District of HC about 1845. His father, L.E. Gray, was also from VA and lived by Wells Gray at the war's start. F.W. Gray enl. Sept. 18, 1862 at Chatt.; paroled May 11, 1865 in Meridian, MS. Martha Gray was from Alabama. F. Wells Gray was a carpenter, a Mason and a Baptist. Died May 30, 1916, "age 84," at Whorley, TN and buried at Concord Baptist Church. [CT May 31, 1916; NBFM7]

GRAY, Henry Anderson Co. A, 19TN
Born Hall Co., GA in 1822. Enl. Nov. 16, 1862, Chatt. Shot through the left knee at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862 and sent home. In 1893 he res. near Bunch P.O. and in 1901 near Stephenson, HC, unemployed, destitute. [TP583]

GRAY, James M. Barry's Btry.
Enl. July 15, 1862 at Chatt.; $50 bonus; Dec., 62 on duty as hospital steward; Captured near Jonesboro, GA Sept. 3, 1864; imprisoned at Camp Douglas; 5'8"; Blue eyes; DK complx; gray hair. [verified by Brown Diary]

GRAY, Robert L. Cpl. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. Sept. 20, 1862 in HC Detached as wagoner Aug. 31, 1863 at division (Dibrell's) Hdq.

GRAY, Samuel M. Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Born 1836 in TN, son of Mary. Farmer at Harrison.

GRAY, William Co. B, 33TN
Born Jan. 29, 1842 in Dade Co. GA. Enl. June 10, 1861 at Caperson Ferry, AL. Farmer at Chatt. after war. Died Nov. 3, 1908 and buried FH. [FHR; NBFM2]

GRAY, William A. "MACK" Barry's Btry.
Born Jan. 3, 1844 in Smith Co., TN. Farmer at Soddy with wife Margaret. Enl. April 4, 1862, at Chatt. His older brother, F. Wells Gray, was also in the unit. William A. Gray was hospitalized July-September of 1864. He was paroled May 11, 1865, at Meridian, MS. His father was L.E. Gray. Gray became Chief Inspector of the Southern RR and was killed in the yards near Union Depot, April 23, 1895. He was buried at Concord Cem. Member of NBF Camp. [CTApril, 24, 1895; NBFM2]

GRAY, William R. Co. C, 60GA
Born Walker Co., GA in 1844. Enl. July, 1861. Served in ANV: Seven Days, Chancellorsville, Winchester. Capt. Spotsylvania Courthouse and imp. Fort Delaware. Tenant farmer, 1910. To TN in 1866. Minister for 20 yrs. and member of Greenwood Baptist Church. Died July 11, 1926 at his home in Harrison and buried McDonald Cem. [TP8079; 1910HC; CT July 12, 1926]

GREEN, Capt. Allen Baird "Baird" Co. B, 5TN Cav.
Brother of O.S. Green. Came to Chatt. in 1852 with his family. He enl. Aug. 11, 1861, at Chatt. His rise to Capt. came after the unit's initial Capt., C.C. Spiller, was promoted to Lt. Col. Green was killed in the fighting at Murfreesboro, being struck by a cannonball that also killed his horse and destroyed his saddle. "Sitting on his horse while the company was dismounted pulling down a fence, he wad pierced with a bullet near the heart." Green's "brother shot and kill him [the Federal who shot A.B. Green]. Green's widow, Rhoda J. Green, applied for payment, listing the horse as worth $200 and the saddle $50. Buried at Murfreesboro during war. According to Brooks, p. 101, B.A. Green died at "home," Aug. 5, 1863. [CT Mar. 10, 1912]

GREEN, Edward Co. L, 36TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 at Chattanooga.

GREEN, E. N. Co. A, 35TN

GREEN, Enzor J. Co. H, 4TN Cav.

GREEN, J. P. Co. L, 36TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 at Chattanooga.

GREEN, Dr. Lapsley Yantis 43TN Inf. Surgeon
Born at Perryville, KY, in 1831, he was the son of Wilson Green and Elizabeth Walker. He married Caroline (Callie) Walker in KY. After gaining his medical training at the University of Louisville, he practiced in MS for four years prior to moving to Chatt. in 1855. The frame Green home was at Seventh and Chestnut. He volunteered as surgeon in the 43d Inf. which had been recruited largely by his kinsman Francis Marion Walker. Dr. Green was at Camp Key near Knoxville, where his duties included ordering cords of wood as fuel for the camp hospital. Due to ill health, he was transferred to hospital duty on June 1, 1862, by order of the Surgeon General. Meanwhile Caroline Walker Green was a nurse to wounded soldiers at Chatt. Dr. Green continued his medical practice after the war from an office on the Chestnut St. property. His wife died in 1903 and he died in 1906. [CT June 22, 1906; Lindsley, p. 522]

GREEN, 1st Sgt. Morris Co. F, 35TN
Born in New Orleans in 1842, he became a merchant in
Chatt. before enl. Oct. 1, 1862. Died Tullahoma, TN April 23, 1863.

GREEN, Oliver Shuford "Shoof" Co. H, 4TN Cav.; Co. B, 5th TN Cav. Bn.
Born Sept. 9, 1832 in SC and came to Chatt. in 1852. He was a farmer near Chatt., living with his wife, Rebecca, and their two sons and daughter. Enl. Aug., 1861. During fighting in which his own brother Baird was killed, "a brother of Benton McMillan, later governor of Tennessee, was shot down in this battle and left to die. Green ran to his rescue and brought McMillan back to the lines, where he was later nursed to life."
After the war he returned to Chatt. and in 1880 moved to another part of the state, returning soon after. He became watchman at the car barns of the Chattanooga Railroad and Light Co. Later he was put in charge of the Walden Ridge Tunnel. Mason. NBF. Married Rebecca. Died March 9, 1912 and buried White Oak Cem. [CT March 10, 1912; NBFM7]

GREEN, Robert A. Co. K, 43TN
He enl. Oct. 17, 1861, at Ooltewah. He was captured at Vicksburg on July 4, 1863. He died at his home on Aug. 5, 1863, when he was about 15 years old. The family lived at Zion Hill south of Ooltewah. His parents were John and Elizabeth Green. John Green was from GA and Elizabeth Green from NC. The family was living in GA when Robert A. Green was born and until several years before the war. [Lindsley, 528]

GREEN, Samuel E. 8TX Cav.
Born Pikeville, TN, 1850. Brother of W. Taylor Green. Enl. at Kennesaw, 1864 in 8TX. Merchant in Chatt. Married Maryland Jenkins. Died here July 27, 1921 and buried FH. [NBFM2,7; CT July 28, 1921]

GREGORY, James L. Co. A, 62TN
Born McMinn Co., 1845. Enl. Oct., 1862. Wounded at Big Black, May 17, 1863. 1903 res. East End. [TP5266]

GRIFFIN (GRIFFITH), Manassa (Manassas) Barry's Btry.
Enl. May 20, 1862 at Chatt.; killed in action on Chattahoochee River(north side), July 7, 1864. [Brown's Diary]

GRIFFIN, Samuel Columbus [Cobben?] Co. G, 66NC
Born Davie Co., NC. Enl. Sept. 1, 1862 at Salisbury. Married Mary Elizabeth Cheek in Concord, NC, 1866 and lived at Mocksville, NC several years, coming to Chatt. about 1891. Carpenter. [TWP2685]

GRIFFISS, John Carroll 1MD Inf.; Co. G, 13VA
Born Oct. 4, 1844, in Baltimore. Married Penelope Adelaide (Nellie) Hooke, 1866. Worked for the Express Company in Chatt. after war, then wholesale grain, then Chatt. Plow Co. He read law with D. M. Key and was admitted to bar but never practiced. 1st Presby. Church. Mason. Developed Caldwell-Griffiss block downtown and became director of 1st Nat'l Bank. Exec. Comm, NBF Camp, 1894. Died June 18, 1924 at his home on Walden's Ridge and buried FH. [CT June 19, 1918]

GRIGSBY, John Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Born 1845 in TN, son of Thomas and Eliza. Res. of Harrison. Enl. July 15.61, Knoxville. Sick at Bowling Green, Jan. 23, 1862. In Howard's Bn., AL Cav., Dec. 31, 1862-Feb. 28, 1863.

GRISHAM (GRISSAM), Edmund D. (J.?) Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Nov. 15, 1862 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863; took USA oath, Dec. 11, 1863; dark complexion; black hair, hazel eyes.

Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah.

1905 applied from James Co. for admission to TN Soldiers Home.

GRISHAM, Jesse M. Co. K, 43rd TN
He enl. Dec. 15, 1862, at Ooltewah. He was captured at the battle of Baker's Creek on May 16, 1863. He was imprisoned at Fort Delaware, where he died July 12, 1864. He was buried on the Jersey shore. Prior to the war, he was living on the farm of his father, Jesse Grisham, at Ooltewah. His mother was Levina Grisham. Jesse M. Grisham was born about 1845.

Enl. Oct. 12, 1861 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863; took USA oath, Dec. 11, 1863; dark complexion, dark hair, black eyes, 5'8" tall. Died Finn's Point Prison, July 12, 1864 and buried in National Cem.

GRISTE, Allen Washington Grays, 61NC
Born Aug. 14, 1838 in Beauford Co., NC. Enl. May 12, 1861. Paroled May, 1865. Hotel keeper in Chatt. At storming of Ft. Hutson was one of 12 men who volunteered to carry powder over to the fort. Was detailed to lead charge for Capt. of his company. Left Chatt. He died at 1918 at Tunnel Hill, GA. [NBFM2]

GRIZZLE, John H. TN Conscript, Camp of Instruction
Enl. Sept. 18, 1862, Knoxville. Capt. Sept. 9, 1863, Cumberland Gap. Imp. Camp Douglas, IL. Said he had been conscripted and took USA oath, April, 1864. Enl. in US Navy.

Born c1828, TN. Fireman in Chatt., 1860, with wife Elizabeth and two children. Enl. Oct. 19, 1862, Knoxville. Capt. Sept. 9, 1863, Cumberland Gap. Imp. Camp Douglas, IL. Said he had been conscripted and took USA oath, April, 1864. Applied for USN but rejected physical reasons.

GROSS, George Co. H, 26TN
Unmarried son of William Gross, he enl. July 14, 1861, at Knoxville; killed in battle of Fort Donelson, Feb. 15, 1862.

GROSS, RICHARD 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Born 1836 in TN. 1860 farm laborer at Chatt. with wife Elizabeth. Enl. Sept. 20, 1862 in HC. Deserted July 20, 1863.

GRUBB, A. J. Co. G, 5TN
Of Meigs Co. Died Dec. 25, 1917 in Chatt. and buried Beason's Cem. [CT Dec. 26, 1917]

GUERRA, Masalena Barry's Btry.
Deserted June-July, 1864. [Brown's Diary]

GUIRE, G. W. Co. G, 26TN; 2nd Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 9, 1861., Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Morton. In Academy Hospital, Chatt., May 9, 1863. On hospital duty, July, 1863-Sept., 1864.

GUIRE, J. C. Co. G, 26TN
Enl. Aug. 25, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Morton.

GUIRE, James H. Co. G, 26TN; 2nd Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. in 26TN Aug. 28, 1861 in Knoxville. Hospitalized most of 1863 and early 1864. Took USA oath, Nov., 1864 at Nashville. Res. of HC. Light compl., sandy hair, blue eyes, 5'8" tall.

GUIRE, Nathaniel Co. G, 26TN; 2nd Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. in 26TN Nov. 27, 1861 in Knoxville. Hospitalized most of 1863 and early 1864. Took USA oath, Nov., 1864 at Nashville. Res.of HC.

GUTHRIE, David Martiel Co. E, 3CSA Cav.
Born April 19, 1846 in Walker Co., GA. Enl. at Tunnel Hill, GA, Apr., 1863. Paroled May 12, 1865. 1901 farmer in St. Elmo. Baptist. 1910 Real estate collection agent; Died April 23, 1919 in St. Elmo and buried Coulter's Cem., Cooper Heights. [TP5267; CT April 24, 1919; 1910HC]

GUTHRIE, James Co. I, 19TN; Co. H, 19LA
Transf. Feb. 1, 1864 from 19TN to 19LA. Hospitalized, order of Dr. Philson, May 8, 1864. Died of wounds in hospital, Vilner, GA, Sept. 9, 1864. [Booth]

GUTHRIE, James A. P. Co. I, 19TN; Co. H, 19LA
Born c1824 and Justice of Peace, HC. Res. Harrison. Enl. May 20, 1861, Knoxville. On detached service as cook for sick at hospital at Camp Cummings. Justice of the Peace in HC during 1870's and lived until 1896.

GUTHRIE, J. Fred Co. C, 61NC
Born Jan 11, 1840 in Carteret Co., NC. Enl. Jan 14, 1862. Wounded at Kinston. Confectioner and Restauranteur in Chatt. Moved away several years later. [NBFM2]

Born in North GA, he came to Chatt. after the war. Died Oct. 9, 1906 in Conway, AR where he had gone 3 months before for his health. Buried FH. [CT Oct. 11, 1906]

GUTHRIE, Maj. Lawson Co. K, 43TN
Born in 1826, he was a veteran of the Mexican War, serving as Capt. of the Fifth Company, Fourth Regiment, of TN Volunteers and won a brevet promotion "for gallantry" at the battle of Cerro Gordo. He enl. in the Confederate army Oct. 17, 1861, at Ooltewah, becoming captain of the HC company of 43TN of which he was elected Major, Dec. 14, 1861. He was wounded in the thigh at Vicksburg, captured and later exchanged. His wound disabled him, however, and he resigned Jan. 22, 1864. The examining physician cited chronic bronchitis and hepatitis as aggravating factors.
[1860 HC Census]
He was the son of Thomas Guthrie and Mary Canterbury, and he was born while the family was still in KY. The family moved to the King's Point area at Toqua about 1839, but they later moved north of Harrison. Lawson Guthrie married Narcissa Smith.

GWINN, Alemiel
Born 1845, Ky. Laborer in HC, 1910. [1910HC] *H

HACKETT, Sgt. Albert T. Barry's Btry.
Enl. Oct., 1862 at Knoxville; paroled May 11, 1865 at Meridian, MS; res. of Barnesville, GA. He lived the last 50 years of his life in Ringgold (prominent atty, solicitor general for district) but died in Chatt. March 20, 1911 at the home of his grandson, J. Roy Johnson and buried in Ringgold. [Brown's Diary; CT March 21, 1911]

Born 1834, he was son of Samuel H. Hackett of Greene Co. Educated at Harvard and Tusculum colleges, he became a lawyer prior to the war. He served in Savage's 16TN and was killed at Atlanta, July 22, 1864. He was buried at Griffin, GA, then reinterred at FH, Oct. 31, 1899, the same day as F.M. Walker. Also shown as buried in CSA Cem. [CDT, Nov. 1, 1889]

HADDOCK, W. C. Winston's Lt. Arty.
Born 1839 in AL. Lived in GA before moving to HC where in 1860 he was farm laborer with wife Elizabeth J. Enl. Dec. 14, 1862. Sick in hospital at Chatt., Dec. 1862 and deserted Dec. 21, 1862.
HADDOX, David C. Co. D, 37TN
Born 1845 in GA, son of David and Lydia of Zion Hill. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville.

HAFLEY, Winston C. Co. C, Walker's Bn., Thomas Legion (NC Inf.)
Born 1848, Athens, TN. Res. Blount Co., TN. Enl. 1862. Reported present Sept.-Oct 1862 and Jan.-April 1863; Absent without leave May-June 1863; present Sept.-Oct. 1863; deserted Dec. 6, 1863; took USA oath at Knoxville, Dec. 16, 1863. Dealer in music in Chatt. c1895. Poet and song-writer. Died in Altanta, GA. May 9, 1904 and buried there. [NBFM2]

HAGAN, Richard Wallace 4TN Cav. (Murray's)
Born Nov. 25, 1845 in Baltimore and came to Chatt. as child with his family. Enl. Aug., 1862 in 4TN Cav. (Carter's); lost his horse at Perryville and rode out of KY on limber of White's TN Btry, which he proceeded to join. Fought at Murfreesboro, Chick. Atlanta Camp. Res. of Hill City. Merchant. Member of NBF Camp, 1895-96. Died at home on 312 Forest Ave, April 10, 1930 and buried Chatt. Mem. Park. [NBFM2, 6; CT April 11, 1930]

HAGGARD, John T. Co. D, 17TN (Newman's)
Born Bedford Co., TN, 1836. Enl. July 16, 1862 at Estill Springs. Wounded at Franklin. Surrendered at Greensboro, NC, May, 1865. Res. of Chatt. in 1903 but had become "peevish, fitful, cross." By 1910 "living on charity of friends." A burden to his children with whom he lived, when his welcome was worn out in Chatt. he would go to Aubrey, TX for a few months, then return. [TP 5815]

HAGGARD, William H. Sgt. Co. B, 5TN Cav.
Born 1829 in TN. 1860 farmer at Chatt. with wife Lorena and six children. [1860HC}

HAIR, Larkin Home Guards
Born Dec. 6, 1812; died Jan. 8, 1897. Wife was Cynthia L. Buried in Citizens Cem.

HALE, Benjamin M. Co. D, 36TN
Born 1827 in VA; blacksmith in Ooltewah. Married S.J. [1860 HC Census]

HALE, Bill Co. C, 3TN Cav. Bn.; Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's) From Grasshopper Creek area, HC. [Roark, Hardtack and Hardship]

HALE, Claiborne D. Cpl. Co. I, 19TN
Born 1839 in TN, son of Elijah. Farmer at Harrison. Enl. May 20, 1861., Knoxville. Prom. cpl. Deserted Dec. 28, 1862. [1860HC]

HALE, Madison Co. C., 31TN
Born July 16, 1827 in Washington Co., TN and moved as small boy to Jefferson Co. where he became a farmer. Married (1846) Nellie J. Bryson. Enl. Dec., 1862 but his health was frail and he was discharged Jan. 8, 1863. Res. 1895 Chatt. Invalid. Member of NBF Camp who died July 31, 1891 and was buried in CSA Cem. [NBFM2, 7]
HALE, Lt. William M. Co. I, 19TN
Born about 1840, son of Elijah Hale, at Harrison. Farmer. Enl. May 20, 1861, Knoxville. Wounded at Shiloh. Prom. 2Lt., May 10, 1862. Slightly wounded, Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862; Jan. 8, 1864, absent on special recruiting duty. Deserted and took USA Oath, Dec. 27, 1863, HC. To remain north of OH River.

HALEY, James Co. L, 35TN
Fifty-four years old in 1862, he enl. at Chatt., but was discharged not long afterwards as a "non conscript."

HALEY, Joel Thomas 1Sgt. Co. B, 3GA Bn.
Born Nov. 9, 1836 in Danielsville, GA. Married (1866) Cornelia C. Jones. Died Jan. 14, 1894 in HC. Buried FH. [TWP, p. 145]

HALEY (Hailey), John Cloud Co. L, 36TN; Co. L, 35TN; Co. A, 4TN Cav.; Co. B, 2TN Cav.
Born April 12, 1844 in Roane Co., he was son of William B. Haley. Enl. May, 1861 in the Indian Territory in Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's Brigade). Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 at Chattanooga, Co. L, 36TN; moved on to Co. L, 35TN, then in July, 1862, to Rice's Cavalry. Wounded four times. Captured in battle of Somerset, KY, Mar. 29, 1863; imprisoned at Johnson's Island and later Point Lookout, MD. Came to Chatt. after war and became a river boat pilot in 1867. Was mate or captain on "nearly every boat that ran on the TN, including the M.H. Clift which blew up, injuring him severely. Resided in Hill City, 1910. Member of NBF Camp, 1895. Wife Mary. Moved to family farm in Roane Co., 1913. Died at Eureka, TN, Jan. 19, 1915 and buried there. [1910HC; CT Jan. 20, 1915; NBFM2]

HALL, Alexander Co. L, 36TN; Co. L, 35TN
Born c1830 in NC and farm laborer in hh of C.B. Champion, 1860. Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 in Co. L, 36TN at Chattanooga; transferred to Co. L, 35TN; fought at Murfreesboro and was paroled at Greensboro, NC, May 1, 1865.

HALL, Isam P. 2d Co. B, 15TX*
Born 1846, Ga. 1910 stacker for lumber co. Res. Cross St. with wife Maudie (m. 1865) in hh of son Jeff. [1910HC]

HALL, J. P. Co. A, 1GA Cav.
Born Lumpkin Co., GA. Enl. April, 1863. Lost eye from explosion of shell. Surrendered May 12, 1865 at Kingston, GA. To TN in 1868. Laborer in brickyard. Wife was M. Jane. Res. of Chatt. in 1915. [TP 14,741]

HALL, J. T. Co. H, 26TN
Born c1842. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville; Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862, and imp. Camp Douglas.

HALL, John A. Co. H, 26TN
Born c1842. Enl. Aug. 6, 1861, Knoxville. Honorably disch. Dec. 6, 1861., Bowling Green.

HALL, John C. Co. H, 26TN
Born c1843. Enl. Aug. 6, 1861, Knoxville; Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas.

HALL, John M. Co. I, 19TN
Enl. Sept. 5, 1861 at Cumb. Gap, TN. He died in April, 1862. [Worsham, p. 49 says died in May, 1862 in Corinth.]

HALL, Thomas H. Co. I, 19TN

Hall, William Co. I, 19TN
Enl. Aug. 15, 1861, Cumberland Gap. Deserted May, 1862.

HALL, WILLIAM 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. Sept. 20, 1862. "Deserted."


HAMILL, Daniel H. Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Born in 1823, son of Samuel Hamill and Catherine Best. Married Mary Jones in 1849. Enl. Feb. 3, 1863 at Chatt. and detailed as a teamster. He fought with the Confederate forces along with his brother, Elijah W. Hamill, though another brother, John F. Hamill, joined the Federal forces. DHH paroled April, 1865. He died in 1874.

HAMILL, Elijah W. Co. L, 36TN
Enl. Jan. Sept. 62, at Chatt. He fought at Murfreesboro. He deserted Sept. 15, 1863, just before the fighting at Chickamauga and took USA "non com" parole. He was born in 1833 and was one of the sons of Samuel Hamill and Catherine Best. [1860HC]

Born c1802. Enl. Aug. 6, 1861, Knoxville; disch. June 3, 1862.

HAMILTON, John M. Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA
Born c1839; Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville with rank of 2d Cpl. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas; tranf. to 1CSA Nov. 8, 1862; Capt. in Walker Co., GA, 1863 and took USA oath at Nashville and released Dec. 24, 1863. Took oath again at Louisville, KY and released, Dec. 27, 1863., to stay north of OH during war.

HAMILTON, John R. Co. H, 26TN
Born c1840. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville; Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas. Exch. and "left at Chattanooga Oct. 5, 1862."

HAMILTON, Richard, Co. H, 26TN
Born c1843. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville; Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Douglas.

Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 at Chattanooga.

HANCOCK, Harrison
Born 1815, Chesterfield Co., VA and came to HC c1844. Married Jemima Gotcher and they lived at Tyner. Worked for CSA Govt. Died March 27, 1901 and buried at family burial grounds. Mason, Baptist.

HANCOCK, Henry Crawford Co. E, 3GA or Co. C, 27GA or Co. B, 11GA
Born Sept. 16, 1846, Hall Co., GA and married (1868) Nora Smith. Died Oct. 3, 1891 in HC and buried FH. [TWP, 205; 1890 VetCensus]

HANCOCK, Cpl. Josiah Co. G, 26TN
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Killed at Ft. Donelson, Feb. 15, 1862. Widow Catherine Ann rec'd his pay and effects. Res. Ringgold, GA.

HAND, J. C. Co. H, 26TN
Born c1842. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Left sick at Bowling Green, Jan. 23, 1862.

HANEY, J. J. 4TN Cav.
Born June 23, 1833 in Frederick Co., VA. Enl. June, 1861 in Gen. Sterling Price's escort as 1LT. AFterwards on Van Dorn's staff. Then served in 4TN Cav until end of war. Wounded at Chick. To Chatt., 1871 and lived here thereafter except 7 1/2 years in Atlanta. Centenary Meth. Died at res. 17 Oak St., Dec. 20, 1898 and buried CSA Cem. [NBFM2; CT Dec. 21, 1898]

HANKINS, James C. Co. B, 5TN Cav.
Born about 1822, he was a farm laborer at Tyner prior to the start of the war. Enl. Aug. 11, 1861. His wife, Sarah, was a native of NC.

HANKINS, J. M. Barry's Btry.
Enl. April, 4, 1862. at Chatt.

HANKINS, John C. Co. A, 19TN
Born c1822, TN, and res. Tyner where he was farm laborer with wife Sarah (Born NC). Enl. May 1861, Knoxville. Detached to cut logs at Chatt., July, 1863. 1890, Lt. police in Chatt. Alive in 1903 although may be res. of Whitfield Co., GA by then. [TP2517]


HANNAH, Ezekiel "Zeke" Barry's Btry.
Enl. July 12, 1862. at Chatt.; hospitalized Feb., '63 in Canton, MS; paroled May 11, 1865 at Meridian, MS.

Enl. Dec. 8, 1862 at Chatt.; wounded at Chickamauga.

HARBIN, William John Co. B, Palmetto SS
Born 1842 in Oconee Co., SC and married (1868) Nannie M. Kidd. Died 1893 in HC and buried CSA Cem. [TWP;NBFM7]

HARDIN, Francis Marion Co. M, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born 1843 in TN, son of Gilbert and Rebecca Hardin. Res. 1860 with parents in Birchwood. [1860HC]

HARDIN, Solomon "Sol" Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's); Barry's Btry.
A native of KY he was born about 1826, moved to TN and had a farm at Birchwood. His wife's name was Mary. He appears to have enl. in the 1TN Cav. (Carter's), then transferred, April 4, 1862, to Barry's Battery at Chatt. He was paroled on May 11, 1865, at Meridian, MS. Res. in HC in 1906.

HARDIN, William Barry's Btry.
Either born 1820 in KY with wife Mary at Birchwood. Prob. brother of Solomon. Or William born 1844 in TN, son of Gilbert and Rebecca. Both Wm Hardin's living in Birchwood in 1860 [1860HC]

HARDING, Solomon
Born 1852 in Bradley Co. and married (1866 in James Co.) Isadore Beloin[?]. Died 1922 in HC. [TWP, 223]

HARE (HAIR), Capt. Richard B. Co. B, 45TN
Born c1824, Bowling Green, KY. Enl. Jan, 1861 at Lebanon. Merchant, tailor in Chatt. c1890. Died at res. on E. 5th St. Oct. 3, 1898 and buried FH. [CTOct. 4, 1898; NBFM2; 1890VetCensus]

HARGIS, Rufus Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Died 1862.

HARGIS, J. R. Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Born 1844, near Jasper. Enl. at Chatt. Co. B, 3TN. Trans. to Co. H, 4TN Cav. Capt. May, 1863 and imp. Camp Chase and Rock Island. Paroled March, 1865. Was in battles of Fort Donelson, East Ky., Murfreesboro, West Tenn Camp., Franklin. Res. Taylor, TX, 1911. [Yeary, Rems. of Boys in Gray, p. 309, 349]

Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. 1st Sgt.; Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Morton. Killed at Chickamauga.

HARGRAVE, 2Lt. William H. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA(GA)
Enl. summer, 1861. Reenl. Feb. 17, 1863 in Mobile, AL. Res. of Social Circle, GA. Age 17, fair complx., dark hair, blue eyes, 5/7" tall. Promoted to Sgt., Feb. 29, 1864 and 2Lt. March 17, 1864. Wounded at Chickamauga, Sept., 1863, and Atlanta, July 22, 1864. Captured at Nashville, Dec. 16, 1864 and imprisoned at Johnson's Island. Was Lt. at time of his release, June, 1865. J. L. Hargrave probably brother. W.H.H. died May 9, 1909 at res. in Highland Park, age 66, and buried Chickamauga. [CT May 10, 1909; NBFM7]

HARKINS, William Wesley Co. H, 3GA Mtd. Inf.
Born 1845 near Asheville, NC, son of Thomas and Mary Harkins. He moved with his parents to Rome, GA where he enl. He participated in Bragg's KY Campaign, was capt. and imp. at Louisville until exchanged. At a fight at Eagleville, TN, April 1, 1863, he was wounded, but recovered in time to fight at Chickamauga. Wounded again at McMinnville while serving under Wheeler. Capt. Mill Creek, Oct. 3, 1863 and imp. at Rock Island, IL where he remained until March 20, 1865. After the war he went to Cleveland, TN where he eventually engaged in railroading, becoming an inspector for the N. C. & St. L. RR. Moved to Chattanooga about 1894. Officer of the day, NBF Camp, 1894. His wife was Mattie J. Blalock. Res. 1910 on Prospect St. with wife Martha. Foreman, rr depot. Died Jan. 29, 1918 and buried in Calhoun, GA. [NBFM2,7]

HARRALL (HARRELL, HARRILL), Sgt. James. A. L. (B.) Barry's Btry. Enl. Oct. 4, 1862. at Knox.; paroled May 5, 1865. at Meridian, MS; res. of West Point, GA.

HARRALSON (HARALSON), J. H. Sgt. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. Sept. 24, 1862 in HC. Promoted to 4th Sgt., March 1, 1863. Paroled May 3, 1865 in Charlotte, NC.

HARRALSON (HARALSON), H. C. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. March 3, 1864 in Whitfield Co., GA. Hospitalized at Atlanta June 9, 1864. Paroled May 3, 1865 in Charlotte, NC.

HARRALSON (HARALSON), T. M. Bvt. 2Lt. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. Sept. 24, 1862 in HC. Wounded June 20, 1864 and hospitalized in Atlanta. Paroled May 3, 1865 in Charlotte, NC.

HARRINGTON, A. P. Crescent Regt. of New Orleans
Born Dec. 11, 1839 in Tuscaloosa, AL. Enl. in NO, March 4, 1862. Afterwards served in Co. G, 13LA. Shiloh. Captured at Perryville. Released Jan. 8, 1863. At close of war was ordnance Sgt. on duty at Augusta, GA. Living on Market St. above Greves Drug Store. Died in Chatt. Sept. 17, 1902 and buried CSA Cem. [NBFM2,3]

HARRINGTON, Capt. Michael
Organized and commanded Chatt. Home Guards.

HARRIS, Gilford Parkes Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA; Co. F, 39GA
4th Cpl., Sept. 6, 1861. Tranf. to 1CSA, Nov. 8, 1862; Aug. 31, 1864 roll shows him present; transf. to 39GA; surrendered Greensboro, NC, April, 26, 1865. [Henderson, 4:303]

HARRIS, J. W. Co. C, 1MS&AL Cav. Bn.; 8CSA Cav.
Born May 20, 1845 in Lowdnes Co., MS. Enl. at Columbus, MS in 1861 in Co. C, 1MS&AL Bn of Cav.; afterwards in 8CSA Cav. Paroled as Capt. at Columbus MS. Became lumber merchant in Chatt. [NBFM2]

HARRIS, Jackson "Jack" Wheeler's Cav.
Born 1823, , TN Farm laborer at Snow Hill, 1860 with wife Rutha. Died in Chickamauga. Member of 1st Universalist Church in Chatt. [CT Feb. 11, 1915]

HARRIS, Jesse J. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. Aug. 28, 1861, Knoxville. Chaplain. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862, and imp. Camp Morton.

HARRIS, John A. [See John L. and John S.]
Born 1835, Ireland. Married (1880) Ella Fulet. Buried CSA Cem. Died 1910. [1910HC]

HARRIS, John L. Co. A, 10AL or Co. F, 2AL Bn. Lt. Arty.
Born Bambridge Co., Ireland Jan. 27, 1843. Enl. in AL. Settled in Chatt. after war. Died at home on Dodson Ave. July 31, 1910 and buried CSA Cem.

HARRIS, John S. Co. E, 20AL
Born County Down, Ireland. Enl. April 1, 1862, Greene Co., AL. Detailed in Nitre Bureau, near Larkinville, AL, and was there when war ended. Res. East Chatt, 1906 but mind affected reports wife. Catholic. 1906 applied from HC for admission to TN Soldiers Home. [SAACH]

HARRIS, L. Clark's Indep. Cav. Co.
Enl. Sept. 9.63 in Walker Co., GA. Deserted April 9, 1864 near Carnsville, GA.

HARRIS, M. B. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861; Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Morton. Absent recruiting duty, Feb. 28, 1863. Present Sept. 16, 1864.

HARRIS, Reuben L. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA);
Enl. Aug. 28, 1861, Knoxville. Left sick at Bowling Green, Jan. 23, 1862. Also in 39GA, July 8-Dec. 31, 1862. Deserted and recceived at Louisville, Feb 13, 1865, took USA oath and released to remain north of the OH. [Henderson, 303]

Vet. elected to NBF Camp in 1899.

HARRIS, Thomas R. Barry's Btry.
He and his older brother, James C. Harris, had Unionist sympathies, but Thomas joined Barry's Battery, apparently unwillingly, in Knoxville on Oct. 3, 1862. He was in a hospital at Canton, MS, and was among those "caught by Yankees" at Missionary Ridge on Nov. 23, 1863. He was sent to Nashville, then to Louisville, KY, and finally to Rock Island prison in IL. Shortly after his release on Dec. 16, 1863, he joined the U.S. Navy. He was on board the U.S.S. Massachusetts, serving until August of 1865. His brother, James, was killed while fighting for the Union with the 4th East TN Cav. The Harris brothers were sons of Robert M. Harris and Lucinda Maupin, who were originally from Albemarle Co., VA. The family settled at an early date in the vicinity of Lookout Mtn. Thomas Harris married Catherine Tennessee Hamill on Sept. 2, 1862, just before he joined Barry's Battery. The couple lived in the vicinity of St. Elmo until 1891 when they moved to Sequatchie, TN Harris died there in Oct. 1918 at the age of 76. [Brown's Diary; CT Oct. 7, 1918]

HARRIS, W. W. Clark's Independent Cav. Co.
Enl. Aug. 31, 1862 at Chatt.; captured June 27, 1863 at Manchester, TN.

HARRIS, William Henderson H. Co. K, 21TN; 1Cav. (Carter's)
Born Dec. 23, 1846 in Marshall Co., TN. Enl. at Chapel Hill, TN July, 1864. Cut off by enemy in Lincoln Co., TN in Dec., 1864 and about 80 including Harris got out South and were assigned to Nixon's TN Regt, Maj. Houston Dudley as Capt. Paroled at Gainesville, AL, May 9, 1865. Married (1881) Fannie A. Marsh. To Chatt. from Marshall Co. TN c1900. NBF. Died July 30, 1910. at res. on Houston St. July 30, 1910., age 64, and bur. CSA Cem. [CT July 31.10; NBFM2; TP 3930]

HART, William Clark's Independent Cav. Co.
Enl. Dec. 9, 1862 at Triune, TN.

HART, William Co. H, 26TN; 3CSA Cav.; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Born c1835. Enl. Aug. 6, 1861, Knoxville. Left at Chatt. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas. Exch. and left sick at Chatt., Oct. 5, 1862 and deserted.

HARTLINE, Henry Sims Co. G, 19AL
Born May, 1834 in Cherokee Co., AL. Enl. Sept., 1861, Huntsville, AL. Received "severe wound (at Shiloh, April 6, 1862) from which he never fully recovered." Captured April 7, 1862. NBF CAMP. Died June 25, 1912 in Cohutta, GA and buried FH. [CT June 26-27, 1912; NBFM4]

HARVY, Sgt. G. B. (P.) Barry's Btry.
Enl. April 20, 1862. at Cleveland; in arrest at Pollard, AL, Nov., 1862-Apr., 1863; deserted May 1, 1863. [Brown's Diary]

HARVY, Samuel A. Barry's Btry.
Enl. April 15, 1862 at Chatt.; deserted Dec. 11, 1862. [Brown's Diary]

HARVEY, William A. Co. K, 43TN
Born 1844 in GA. Res, 1860, in hh of Thos. Love in Chatt. Enl. Dec. 10, 1861. at Ooltewah; deserted March 31, 1862.

HASLET (HASLIT), William M. (W.) Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Capt. Cumb. Gap, Sept. 9, 1863. and imprisoned Ft. Delaware where he died (April 14, 1864) and was buried.

HATCH, James M. Co. D, 61NC
Died March 18, 1919, 3130 Avenue J in East Lake and buried CSA Cem. [CT March 15, 1919]

HATFIELD, Franklin Miller Co. K, 5TN; 35TN
Born Dec. 27, 1837 in Bledsoe Co., TN. Enl. near McMinnville, Sept. 6, 1861 as 2nd Cpl., Co. K, 5TN. After Shiloh transf. to 35TN. Res. Fairmont, HC. Married Malvina. Farmer. Member of County Court. Died Feb. 14, 1904 near Calhoun, GA and buried in Daisy (Fairmont Cem.?) [NBFM2,4; TWP619; CT Feb. 16, 1904]

HATFIELD, William M. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 10, 1861 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled.

HATFIELD, William P. 16GA
Born at Fairview, KY, 1836, he enl. in June, 1863 at Cedar Grove, GA. He was in the fighting at Chickamauga, captured and imprisoned at Cannelton, IN. He later lived at East Lake. [TP 16,640]

HATSON, Isaac 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
No enlistment info. Disch. Nov. 8, 1862.

HAWKINS, J. C. Co. H, 26TN; Co. A, 19TN
Born c1842. Enl. Aug. 6, 1861., Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862. and imp. Camp Douglas. Left sick at Chatt., Oct. 5, 1862; Member NBF Camp, 1896.

HAWKINS, J. M. Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. Sept. 17, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas. Absent sick, sent to hospital in Chatt., Aug. 24, 1863. Detached as wagoner, June 30-Aug. 31, 1864.

HAWKINS, James E. Co. H, 26TN; 1CSA Cav; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Born c1842, SC. Farm laborer res. hh C.C. Lynes at Zion Hill, 1860. Enl. Sept. 17, 1861, Knoxville; Left sick, Nashville, 1861.
In Howard's AL Cav., Dec. 31, 1862. Transf. 1CSA, March 15, 1863. Admitted to Empire Hospital, May 24, 1864. Killed Kennesaw Mtn. Buried Oakland Cem., May 25, 1864. Block D, Row 6, Grave 14.

HAWKINS, Moses Co. H, 26TN
Born c1840. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Died at Bowling Green, Dec. 3, 1861.

HAWKINS, Thomas H. Barry's Btry.
Enl. May 9, 1862. at Chatt.; deserted April, 31, 1862 at Chatt.; joined cav. organization; capt. on retreat from Atlanta, Sept. 10, 1864 [Brown Diary]

HAWKINS, William A. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 12, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1861 and imp. Camp Douglas. Sgt., June 30, 1863. Paroled at Greensboro, May 1, 1865.

HAYS (HAYES), David 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. July 14, 1862 in HC. Captured at home inside Federal lines Nov. 27, 1863 and imprisoned at Rock Island, IL until his release Oct. 27, 1863. Res of Walker Co., GA.

HAYS, Thomas Co. A, 19TN
Res. of Chatt. Enl. May 10, 1862, Corinth. Hospitalized, then deserted at Chatt., Sept. 7, 1863. Took USA oath and to be released north of OH.

HAZLEHURST, George H. CSA Engineers Capt.
Born in Brunswick, GA in 1824. Lived some years in Philadelphia where he was civil engineer and contractor. Served in Hardee's Engineer Corps. 1st Presbyterian Church. Died in Chatt. Nov. 25, 1883.

HAZLETT, William M. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Not found in 1860 HC, his horse was killed in action in 1862, captured at Cumberland Gap, KY, on Sept. 9, 1863, sent to Camp Morton from Louisville, KY in January of 1864, sent to Fort Delaware on March 19, 1864, died there April 14, 1864 of inflammation of the lungs, buried on the Jersey shore opposite the post.)

HEADERICK, Lewis B. 64NC; Co. H, 5TN Cav.
Born Greene Co., TN June, 1836 and practiced law in Greenville. Enl. in 64NC, then reenl. in Co. H, 5TN Cav. Also served as commissary. Taught school, entered merchandizing business in Tunnel Hill, GA and then to Chatt., Feb., 1873. Practiced law in Chatt., was County Surveyor, 1880-1882 and represented HC in the TN Gen'l Assembly, 1882. Married Margaret Jane Dickson. Mason. Died here April 16, 1899 and buried in White Oak Cem. Charter member of NBF Camp. [CTS; BDTA]

HEADRICK, James M. Co. C, 23GA
Born Paulding Co., GA, 1833. 7 Pines, 2Manassas, So. Mtn., Sharpsburg, Wilderness, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, and Ocean Pond, FL. Surr. at Kingston, GA, May, 1865. Wife was Mary G. To in TN 1898 and in 1911 res. Shepherd, James Co. [TP13,386]

HEARN (see Herron)

HEATON, James Co. K, 43TN
He enl. Dec. 2, 1861, at Ooltewah. He was discharged Jan. 14, 1862. Prior to the war, he was living at Limestone north of Harrison with his wife, Nancy, and daughter, Mary J. Born about 1833, he was a farm laborer.

HEATON (HETON), Cpl. Sidney R. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah.

HEDGES, Nathaniel
1830-1863. Buried in CSA Cem. [John S. Sims]

HEFFLIN, J. M. Co. A, 19TN
Wounded at Murfreesboro. In May, 1863, it was reported that he had been furloughed and had "since died."

Born 1841 in Prussia, he moved to Chatt. where he
enl., Oct. 6, 1862.

HELTON, E. R., Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 12, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Morton. At home on sick furlough Catoosa Co., Dec. 31, 1862. Disch. disability, May 17, 1863.

HELTON, John Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Died 1862.

HEMBREE, Andrew J. Co. H, 4TN Cav.

HEMBREE, Isaac Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Died 1862.

HEMPFIELD, Havner 5TN Cav.
Deserted. Took the USA oath of allegiance on Sept. 23, 1864. He had dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes and was 5'9" tall.

Born c1843. Died East Chatt. June 20, 1915 and buried in Charleston, TN. [CT June 20, 1915]

HENDERSON, Alfred M. Co. C, 13TX
Born Oct. 11, 1845 in Johnson Co., AR. Enl. Sept. 21, 1861 in Columbus, TX. Wounded at Valasco, TX in 1864. Wife was Nancy Turney. To Chatt. about 1908 where he became hotel keeper. Died Nov. 26, 1924 and buried CSA Cem. [NBFM2; CT Nov. 27, 1924]

HENDERSON, Ezekiel Thomas Co. B, Phillips GA Legion
Born Jan. 31, 1838 in Cass Co., GA and enl. Feb. 7, 1862. Fought in ANV. Fredericksburg. Paroled, 1865. Came to Chatt. from Bartow Co., GA and spent last 25 years of life here. Coal dealer. Married Mary I. Jones. Died Nov. 6, 1908 in Chatt. and bur. FH. Ancestor of Bob Steel, Signal Mtn. [FHR; NBFM2; CT Nov. 8, 1908]

HENDERSON, J. S. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. July 14, 1862 in HC Paroled May 3, 1865 in Charlotte, NC. Res of HC.

HENDERSON, JAMES F. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. July 14, 1862 in HC. Deserted Nov. 28, 1863. Took USA oath Dec. 11, 1863. Res of HC.

HENDERSON, James Woods Cozby
Born Oct. 20, 1823 in TN. Resided in Retro, near Sale Creek with wife Mary Ann and five sons. Captured at Missionary Ridge and imprisoned at Rock Island where he remained until after the war. Died Sept. 28, 1909 and buried in Soddy. [CT Sept. 29, 1909; RI ledger; 1860HC]

HENDERSON, Jerome Bonaparte Co. H, 26TN
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas where he died Mar. 4, 1862.

Born Nov. 15 or 25, 1843 in Greene Co., TN, son of W. A. and Elizabeth Glascock Henderson. Farmer, manufacturer, banker. Enl. May 1, 1862, Ringgold. Sick in quarters Oct. 31, 1862. Detailed on Signal Corps, Fort Gaines, Dec. 31, 1862. Sick in quarters, Aug. 31, 1863. On 40 day furlough, Feb. 12, 1864. Fought at Chickamauga and Miss. Ridge. Lived 34 years in Catoosa Co., GA and 25 years in Rossville, HC, 1911. Helped build first cotton mill in Walker Co., GA. Also helped rebuild Lee & Gordon's Mill. Estab. first bank at Rossville. Universalist. Married Cornelia Hunt. Prominent citizen and served as mayor of Rossville. Died July 6, 1931 and buried at Chickamauga, GA. [NBFM 7; TP 14,282; CT July 7, 1931]

HENDERSON, Levi M. Co. F, 35TN
Enl. Oct. 21, 1862 at Chattanooga; died in hospital in Tullahoma, TN, Feb. 5, 1863.

Leader in Home Guard "Vigilance Committee," 1861.

HENDRIX (HENDRICKS), 2Lt. Blackstone Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861 at Knoxville; captured at Fort Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imprisoned at Johnson's Island. Prom. 1Lt., Nov. 19, 1862. Deserted on or about Dec. 30, 1863 and dropped from rolls, Jan. 25, 1864. Also shown as deserted March 24, 1864.

Born 1846 in GA. 1910 res. on Rossville Rd. with wife R. V., his second wife whom he married 1885. [1910HC]

HENRY, R. S. Co. D, 19TN
Born March, 1837 in Rhea Co. Long time resident of Chatt. Died May 30, 1914 in Memphis and buried CSA Cem. [CT June 1, 1914]

HENRY, Samuel Co. D, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born 1839 in TN, son of Elizabeth of Harrison. Farm laborer. Enl. Aug. 5, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Piedmont, VA, June 21, 1864; imp. Camp Morton. 5'10", dark cmplx, black hr, dk eyes.

HENRY, William Co. K, 43TN
He enl. Feb. 19, 1862, at Ooltewah. He deserted April 29, 1862. Before the war, he was a farm laborer living at Long Savannah with his wife, Margaret, and daughter and two sons.

HENSLEY, B. Barry's Btry.
Captured on retreat from Atlanta, Sept. 10, 1864. [Brown Diary]

HENSON, William Worthington Co. D, 39TN MI
Res. of Bledsoe Co. until after 1870. As member of Tulloss Rangers captured and imprisoned "where he remained for a long time." Married Mary Painter of Pikeville.[NBFM1]

HERRON, James Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Enl. Aug. 1, 1863. Detached as teamster. Listed absent without leave Nov. 8, 1864. Surrendered May 19, 1865 at Chatt. and took USA oath.

Enl. Sept. 23, 1862 at Dalton, GA. He became regimental fifer but deserted at Salisbury, NC, March 15, 1865. Dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5'10" tall.

HERVEY, Frank A. Co. G, 14LA
Born Jan. 26, 1842 in Muscoza Co., GA. Enl. in Co. G, 14LA and transf. by order Gen. Bragg to Gen. Baylor's Brigade and made Chief of Arty. with rank of Capt. Wounded at Drainsville, VA, Franklin, LA and at mouth of Rio Grande. Captured crossing MS River carrying dispatches in 1863. Disch. June 14, 1865. Real estate dealer in Chatt. Died Mobile, AL, 1910. [NBFM2,7]

HESLIP, Lt. J. A. 4AL Btry.
Lived at Harrison; captured at Ft. Pillow, June 8, 1863.

HEWLETT, John Clark's Independent Cav. Co.
Enl. Aug. 31, 1862 at Chatt.; captured near Knoxville, Dec. 1, 1863.

HEWITT, Austin
Born 1847, CT. 1910 res. Prospect St. in hh of niece Emma Guedron who was bn. in GA. [1910HC]

HIBBLER, J. E. Co. G, 1st MS Cav.
Born Sept. 20, 1847 in Sumter Co., AL. Enl. Jan 15, 1864 at Tupelo, MS. Paroled May 1, 1865. Employed at Big Spring Ice Co. in Chatt. in 1893. Moved to Cookville, MS and died Feb. 25 in a sanitarium at West Point, MS. [NBFM2; CT Feb. 27,1921]

HIBBLER, Robert Co. G, 1st MS Cav.
Born in Sumter Co., AL. Enl. Jan, 1862 in Co. G, 1MS Cav. After war was in real estate business in Chatt. Member, NBF Camp, 1896, but moved away. Died Feb. 25, 1921. [NBFM2,7]

HICKMAN, Elias Co. K, 43TN
Enl. at Ooltewah on Oct. 17, 1861. He deserted June 5, 1862. Before the war, he was living on his father's farm at Sale Creek. He was the son of William and Elizabeth Hickman. Res., 1910 in hh of daughter, Maggie Poe. [1910 VetCensus]

HICKMAN, John P. Co. C, 7TN Cav. Bn.
Born Davidson Co. Enl. Sept. 20, 1862. Paroled May 26, 1865. Lawyer in Nashville after war. [NBFM2]

HICKS, Alexander Co. L, 36TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 at Chatt.; transf. to Co. L, 35TN; fought at Murfreesboro; paroled May 1, 1865, Greensboro, NC.

HICKS, Elijah M. Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Born July 10, 1838 in Marion Co., TN. Enl. at Jasper as pvt. in Capt. Peter Rankin's Co., Smith's Regt. which became Co. H, 4TN Cav. (Starnes). Paroled at Nashville at close of war. Blacksmith and farmer. Married Elizabeth(1). Shown with wife (2) Sarah E. and 3 grown children in his hh, 1910. Mason. NBF. Died at res. on William St. Nov. 17, 1915 in Chatt. and buried Whitwell, TN. [CT Nov. 18, 1915; NBFM2;TP 9928; 1910HC]

HICKS, Harrison Co. L, 36TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 at Chattanooga.

HICKS (HIX), James C. Co. I, 35GA
Born Jan. 7, 1842, Chattooga Co. GA. Enl. Feb. 22, 1862. 7 Pines, Wilderness. Served under Stonewall Jackson and heard the shot that ended his life. Imp. 3 1/2 yrs Ft. Delaware, 16 months, Point Lookout. Paroled May 1, 1865, Augusta, GA. Married (1870) Mary E. Harris, and after her death (1888) Mary Lucia Sams. Served two or three terms as city treasurer for Ringgold and was postmaster for there for 4yrs. and 16yrs. in Catoosa Co. GA. Ordinary, but "for a long number of years a resident of Chattanooga." Methodist. Died at res. on E. 19th St., Jan. 3, 1923, and buried in CSA Cem. [TWP, 234; CT Jan. 4, 1923; TP 15,682]

HICKS, Stephen J. Co. G, 7TN

HIGGINS, Absalom H. Co. L, 36TN; Co. L, 35TN
He enl. Jan. 9, 1862, at Chatt. in Co. L of the 36TN and soon transferred to Co. L, 35TN. He was wounded in the neck at Murfreesboro on Dec. 31, 1862. He deserted Jan. 24, 1864, at Tunnel Hill. Prior to the war, he had a farm near Chatt. He had dark complexion, dark hair and blue eyes and was 5'10" tall. "Died without knowledge of camp." 1920. [NBFM7]

HIGGINS, James H. Co. L, 36TN; Co. L, 35TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 in at Chatt.; transferred to Co. L, 35TN; deserted July, 1863. Co. D, 1st TN-AL. Vidette Cav. 22 years old.

HIGGINS, Moses Co. D, 37TN
Born 1826 in GA. Farm laborer in Harrison and neighbor of Rubin Tankestly. Wife Martha. Enl. Mar. 10, 1863 at Chatt. (conscript). Deserted July 9, 1863 and took USA oath. Detailed as Provost Guard, Brigade Hdq.

HIGHTOWER, Daniel Newton Co. C, 6GA
Born June 26, 1835 near Thomaston, GA. Enl. 6GA and wounded at 1st Bethel. Left army in 1863 and was president of GA State Relief Soc. to close of war. To Chatt. soon after war. Charter member of Trinity Methodist. Sexton at Citizens' Cem., 1896. Died at his home on E. 11th. Buried FH. [NBFM3; CT April 15,16, 1908]

HIGHTOWER, Thomas Hodge Lynch's Btry.; Co. C, 31TN
Born Jan. 15, 1844 in Jefferson Co., TN, he enl. Nov., 1861 at New Market, TN in Lynch's Btry., then Co. C, 31TN. Wounded Rogersville, TN. Captured March, 1863 at Jackson, MS. Rejoined Lynch's Btry about a year later and served out war. Married (1866) Mattie Moore. Farmer in Grayson, VA until 1911 when he came to Chatt. Methodist. Died April 28, 1932 at res. on Spears Ave. and buried CSA Cem. [NBFM2,8; TWP, 300]

Enl. Dec. 1, 1861 at Ooltewah; deserted.

Enl. Dec. 1, 1861 at Ooltewah; deserted.

HILL, Henry S. Co. A, 19TN
Born in AL c1834. Half-brother of John L. Hopkins with whom he read law. Practiced law in Chatt. and co-editor, Chatt. Advertiser, c1858-62. TN Gen'l Assesmbly (Confederate), 1861-63. Enl. March 15, 1862. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, May 1, 1865. [BDTA, 2:417.]

HILL, J. F. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA(GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Morton. Exch. and at home sick, Oct. 14, 1862.

Old, destitute when he died in Nov., 1891. Buried CSA Cem. [NBFM1,7]

HILL, Jesse Thomas
Born 1850 near Nashville and came to Chatt. at age 18. Too young to fight, but ardent supporter of all CSA organizations and insured that textbooks of city schools should deal in a manner he considered proper with the South's cause in the civil conflict. Brother of Thomas and Samuel. JTH became a hero in the relief effort during yellow fever epidemic of 1878 and later mayor of Chatt. [NBFM7; CT March 8, 1938]

HILL, John R. Co. E, 20TN
Died May 29, 1903, age 70, at his home at 437 Oak St. Formerly of Clarksdale, MS. Buried Lavergne, TN.[TP 4995; CT May 30, 1903]

HILL, 1Lt. Thomas McClung's Btry; Co. A, 1TN Lt. Arty
Born May 7, 1846 at Nashville, TN, son of Robert T. Hill, he enl. Oct., 1861. as a private and was soon promoted to 1Lt. He fought at Fishing Creek, KY and at Shiloh (where he was wounded), Baton Rouge, and Port Hudson. Afterwards he and his battery fought in East TN at Greeneville, Carter's Depot, Saltville and Morristown. Capt. in the Morristown fight and imp. Camp Douglas. After living several years in Nashville, he moved about 1876 to Chatt. where he engaged in real estate. Won acclaim for his role in the yellow fever epidemic. NBF. Inmate TN Confed. Soldiers' Home, Nov. 17, 1902 and died there Aug. 17, 1910 and buried in CSA Cem. near the home in Nashville. [CT Aug. 19, 1910; NBFM2; TCSH]

HILL, W. T. "Tom" Co. D, 24GA
Born 1834 in Haywood Co., NC. Veteran of most of ANV battles: 7 Days, Antietam, Chancellorsville (where he was badly stunned and hospitalized), Gettysburg. "A private soldier of sterling worth." Contracted typhoid and permanently disabled. Res. of Alton Park in 1904. 1906 applied from HC for admission to TN Soldiers Home. [TP5934]

HILL, William Hinton Co. E, 1GA
Born June 20, 1845 in Pea Vine, Catoosa Co., GA. Enl. July, 1863 at Bridgeport, AL. Fought at Chickamauga. Wounded at Peach Tree, Jonesboro and Franklin. Capt. at Nashville Dec. 16, 1864 and imp. Camp Douglas until June, 1865. After the war married Alice Anderson. Moved to Chatt in 1886 and married (1890) Sarah Francis Trundle. In employ of Chatt. Lumber Co. for 20 years as foreman of planing mill. Died at home in East Lake, July 8, 1922 and buried at FH. [FHR; TWP, 221; CT July 9, 1922; NBFM2; TP 10,172; 1910HC]

HILTON, John B. Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Died in prison, 1864.

Born 1841, GA. Res in 1910 as a farmer on Rossville Rd. with wife C.C., his second wife whom he married 1880. [1910HC]


HIXSON, James Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. Sept. 16, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862., and imp. Camp Douglas. Disch. at Mobile, AL, by providing a substitute, Nov. 16, 1862.

HIXON, John Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born 1836 in Bledsoe Co., son of John and Esther Hixson. Enl. fall, 1862. Fought at Murfreesboro, Cumberland Gap. Leg smashed when mount ran against tree. Capt. following Missionary Ridge and chose to go across the Ohio River. Died near Birchwood, James Co., Feb. 22, 1908 and buried on farm of S.A. Smith. [TP 6046; TWP 10,606]

Born 1837, TN, son of TN parents. 1910 farmer in James Co. with wife Charity (m 1869).

HIXSON, Timothy Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born c1834 in GA, son of John and Cynthia Smith Hixson of Long Savannah. Married (1865) Mary Ann Smith. [1860HC]

HIXSON, William "Billie" Co. B, 5TN Cav.
Born c1833 in Wauhatchie, son of William and Esther Hixson. He lived in Lookout Valley with his wife, Evaline. Enl. Aug. 11, 1861. Died in Chatt. Dec. 9, 1907. [CT, Dec. 10, 1907; TWP 10,606; 1860HC]

HIXSON, William Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Born c1840, son of John and Cynthia Smith Hixson. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas. Sgt., Dec. 31, 1862. Deserted at Tunnel Hill, April 19, 1863. Married Rhoda Killian.

HIXSON, Wilson Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born c1837 in GA, son of John and Cynthia Smith Hixson. Married (in James Co., 1881) Caldona Beavers. Res. 1910 in James with wife Caldona and six grown children. Died 1924 in HC. [TWP, 297; TP 6047; 1860HC]

HODGE, Robert Jackson Co. B, 54NC
Born Jan. 4, 1844 in Burke Co., NC, and was farmer in Burke when he enl. April 28, 1862. Captured at Rappahannoch Sta., VA, Nov. 7, 1863 and imprisoned at Point Lookout. Exhcanged and captured again at Petersburg. Prisoner at Hart's Island, NY until June 17, 1865. Married (1881) Mary Emma Sarena Hughes. Stone-cutter in Chatt. Died March 9, 1906 in HC. [TWP, 222; NBFM2; Manarin, NC Troops, 13:264]

HODGES, George W.
Born 1840 in GA. Res. 1910 on Magnolia St. in hh of son Olander. Wife was Maggie. [1910HC]

HODGES, John B. Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Died in prison, 1864.

HODGES, John Pettus Co. A, 4TN Cav.
Born 1831 in Greenville, SC., Hodges became a clerk for merchant A. D. Taylor in Chatt. After becoming a Confederate he fought at Fishing Creek in KY, and he lost his horse at Beech Grove in the retreat. He "bought one immediately after." Detached as commissary clerk, June 24, 1861. Capt. near Kingston, GA, May 28, 1864. and imp. at Rock Island. Exch. Mar. 13, 1865. Paroled Macon, GA. on April, 26, 1865. Res. Jefferson Co., KY before returning to Chatt. and reentering mercantile business as Wornacut and Hodges. Hodges married (1853) Sidney A. P. Glass (died Jan. 25, 1908), daughter of John G. Glass, another Chatt. storekeeper. The Hodges family lived at Park Place east of town. John Hodges died in HC in 1874. [TWP 355; [CT Jan. 26, 1908; 1860HC]

HODGES, Rufus Co. H, 4TN Cav. Bn.
Died Jasper, TN, 1862.

HOLCOMB, G. L. Co. B, 38GA
Res. Chatt., 1905. [NBFM7]

HOLDEN, Dennis M. Co. D, 45TN
Born Rutherford Co.,TN. Wounded and disabled at Bentonville. Res. Chatt., 1907. [TP 8714]

HOLDER, Jesse Co. K, 43TN
Born March 8, 1843 near Harrison. 1860 census lists him as 14. Shown as 18 when he enl. April 26, 1862, at Ooltewah. He deserted Nov. 19, 1862. His father, H.H. Holder, was a shoemaker residing at Snow Hill. His mother was Elizabeth Holder. Baptist. Died Jan. 31, 1906 at his home near Tyner and apparently became Union soldier as he was buried in National Cem. [CT Feb. 1, 1906]

HOLLAND, Benjamin F. Co. D, 37TN
Born Oct. 9, 1843 in Monroe Co., TN. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville. Fought at Mill Springs, Shiloh, Murfreesboro, and capt. at Missionary Ridge. On list of deserters who took oath and released at Nashville, Oct., 1863. Res. Falling Water (HC) in 1907. [TP 8778]

Born Dec. 7, 1845 in Coweta Co. GA. Enl. at Vicksburg, MS, Feb. 10, 1863. Wounded in skirmish below Chickamauga. Capt. at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled July 8, 1863. 1900 res. St. Elmo, carpenter. [NBFM2]

HOLLAND, John Co. D, 37TN
Born 1832 in SC. Farmer at Chatt, 1860. Enl. Mar. 3, 1863 at Chatt. (conscript). Deserted Sept. 7, 1863 at Ooltewah and took USA oath.

HOLLAND, William A.
Born c1831, TN. Res. in hh of son Wm. P. Holland, 1910. [1910HC]

HOLLINS, Robert Henderson Co. A, 1TN
Born Nov. 30, 1840, Coffee Co., TN, son of Elbridge Jackson and Ann McGowen Hollins. Married (1860) Lucie A. Dumas. Enl. Aug. 27, 1861, Camp Jones; paroled May 2, 1865, Farmville, VA. Died 1880 in AL. [CSA Patriot]

HOLLIS, George E. Co. H, 19AL
Born April 8, 1838 Fairfield Dist., SC. Enl. July 15, 1861 at Centre, AL. Wounded at Chick; capt. at Atlanta July 28, 1864 and imprisoned at Camp Chase till end of war. Married (1868) Julia C. C. Wisdom. Died at age 70 Aug. 19, 1908 and buried at FH. [FHR; CT Aug. 22, 1908; TWP, p. 157; NBFM2]

HOLLOWAY, Jerry Barry's Btry.; Co. A, 19TN
Enl. April 26, 1862. at Chatt.; deserted April 31, 1862 at Chatt. Reenl. April 21, 1863., Chatt. as conscript. Deserted. Living in FL, 1900-1929, then returned to Chatt. [NBFM6]

HOLMAN, Thomas Christopher Co. K, 41GA
Born Newnan, GA, Dec. 7, 1845. Enl. Feb., '63 at Vicksburg and capt. there. Wounded at Chick. Stat. on W&A railroad shortly after Chickamauga by accid. discharge of one of our men. Disabled and discharged. To Chatt. in 1882. Carpenter and farmer but moved away. Methodist. Returned to Chatt. in 1929 "after twenty five year absence." Died Aug. 17, 1932 at res. in East Lake; bur. CSA Cem. [CT May 3, 1931; NBFM7, 10; TP 13,206]

HOLMES, Henry Fernandez Co. B, 12GA Bn. of Arty
Born Gwinett Co., GA, May 14, 1846. Oct. 1861-April 1862 serving as corporal and QM in 3GA State Troops; enl. DeKalb Co., GA, May, 1862 in Co. C, 13GA Inf. Bn. Disch. March 31, 1863. Fought in battles and skirmishes in E. TN and KY. At Nashville at time of surrender. After the war stone mason in Nashville, Louisville and Indianapolis before coming to Chatt. Superintended construction of north wall of CSA Cem. built by A.P. Stewart chapter, UDC. Chatt. F&AM, Knight's Templar, Alhambra Shrine, Elks. Universalist. Home 608 Boynton Terr. Died Sept. 24, 1932 in Chatt. and buried FH. [NBFM2,6,8; TP 13,102; CT Sept. 25, 1932]

HOLMES, John J. Co. I, 4TN Cav. (Starnes)
Born March 31, 1833 in Morrison, TN (Coffee Co.) and raised there. Enl. 1861: Ft. Donelson, Straight's Raid. Deserted Aug. 30, 1863 and took oath Feb. 7, 1865. Wife was Emma. Baptist. Died Aug. 1, 1915 in Chatt. and buried in FH. [CT Aug. 2, 1915; TP13,636]

HOLMES (HOLMS), William H. Barry's Btry.
Enl. Sept. 26, 1862. at Chatt.; capt July 3, 1864 at Kennesaw Mtn.; Deserted June-July, 1864; imprisoned at Camp Douglas, IL; enl. Mar. 25, 1865 Co. E, 6USA. [Brown's Diary]

HOLT, ALFORD (ALBERT) B. 2LT. 2nd Co. K, 1CSA Cav.
Son of R. A. Holt of Chatt. He enl. July 14, 1862 in HC. Capt. at Linden, TN, May 12, 1863. Imprisoned at Alton, IL.

HOLT, CALEB Co. B, 5TN Cav.(McKenzie's)
Born Cocke Co., TN, Dec. 24, 1841. Wounded at Shiloh and at Allatoona where he lost an eye. Maj. A. L. Mims, however, reported, "Never at Shiloh; never belonged to Mims' Company--is a fraud." [TP1892; NBFM3]

HOLT, Henry H. Co. D, 37TN
Born 1841 in TN, son of Eliphas and Emaline. Farm laborer at Sale Creek, 1860. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville. Detached to Provost duty in Sept., 1862 and also served as pioneer. Deserted Sept. 7, 1863 at Ooltewah and took USA oath, but reenlisted and recaptured in Giles Co., TN, April, 19, 1864 and sent to Camp Morton.

HOLT, Thomas J. Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Born c1816. Enl. at Chatt. Feb. 1, 1863. Deserted. Took USA oath of allegiance Oct. 26, 1864.

HOLTON, Barry's Btry.
Deserted. [Brown's Diary]

HOLTZCLAW, Jesse Asbury Jackson's GA Arty.; Massenbury's GA Btry.
Born Feb. 28, 1836, Greene Co., GA, son of John G. and Lucy Newsome Holtzclaw. Grad. Mercer Univ., 1856, and read law under Judge Weaver of Greensboro, GA and admitted to GA bar, 1858. Practiced law in Perry, GA after war and in 1869 appt. internal revenue collector by Pres. Grant. Moved to Dalton and then to Chatt. where he practiced law and served as judge. Married Sarah Edna Cooper (1860). Died July 13, 1898 at his home on Walnut St. and buried FH. [CT July 14, 1898; Hale, TN, 8:2578-79]

HOOD, George W. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA); Co. F, 39GA
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Left sick at Bowling Green, Jan. 23, 1862. In 39GA, Dec. 31, 1862. Capt. Vicksburg, July 4, 1863.

HOOKE, Albert McCallie Co. A, 19TN
Born July 15, 1847, Son of Robert M. and Mary K. Rawlings. Married Mary Richardson. Paroled May 18, 1865, Albany, GA. Died Oct. 11, 1868.

HOOKE, James Granville Co. A, 19TN
Born July 16, 1840, son of Robert M. and Mary K. Rawlings. Married Clara Oakman. Died Feb. 18, 1883 in Chatt.

HOOKE, James Hervey Barry's Btry.
Born 1842 in TN, son of pioneer Chattanooga residents John Alexander Hooke and Mary L. Long. Enl. in Knoxville in 1862 and served until the end of the war. He was with the unit as it sought unsuccessfully to reinforce Pemberton at Vicksburg and had engagements near Jackson, MS. In the fierce fighting between Resaca, GA, and Atlanta, a shell exploded near Hooke. It left him with partial deafness that worsened in later years. During the war he "made an enviable record. He was well-liked by his comrades and was greatly respected for his bravery." JHH lived all his life, except for the Civil War years, in the same house. He was born in Chatt. in 1842 and died there on GA Avenue, Nov. 30, 1898. He was buried in Citizens Cem. James H. Hooke never married. [CT Dec. 1, 1898; JWilson Hooke family; CTS; 1850HC]

HOOKE, James L. Co. B, 63TN
Born 1842 in TN, son of Robert M. and Mary K. Rawlings Hooke.

HOOKE, Rezin Littletone "Reece"
Born Dec. 30, 1833, son of Robert M. and Mary K. Rawlings. Married Mary S. Walker, sister of Gen. F. M. Walker. Clerk in 1860. Died May 14, 1883.

HOOKE, Robert Alexander
Born March 24, 1845 in TN, son of Robert M. and Mary K. Rawlings. Physician. Married Mary A. Gill. Died March, 1875 in Washington Co., VA.

HOOKE, Robert McGinley
Born 1807 in Blount Co., TN, son of Robert and Abigail Alexander. RMH was an AL lawyer, judge and served twice in the state senate. Married Mary Kennedy Rawlings. He was prominent in the TN railroad world, helping to construct the Nashville and Chatt. line. Built home "Oakwood" on Broad St. Leader in Home Guard "Vigilance Committee," 1861 and served as supervisor of CSA enlistment. "Price put on his head by Union officers." Died in Chatta. Oct. 17, 1883. [CTS; WF]

HOOKE, Robert N. W. Co. E, 19TN
Enl. June 4, 1861., Knoxville. Disch. under conscript law, July 21, 1862.

HOOKE, Robert R. Cpl. Co. A, 19TN
Born 1843 in TN, son of Samuel A.B. and Elizabeth Chilton Rawlings. Clerk in depot in 1860. Enl. May 20, 1861, Knoxville. Reenl. May 10, 1862, Corinth. Present through June, 1864. [1860HC]

HOOKE, William Alexander
Born c1845, son of John A. Hooke and Mary L. Long, he died Jan. 2, 1916, age 71, and buried at FH. [CT Jan. 3, 1816]

HOOKE, William Romney "Rom" Co. D, 19TN
Son of Samuel A.B. and Elizabeth Chilton Rawlings. Clerk in depot in 1860. Capt. near Nashville, Dec. 16, 1864; forwarded to Louisville, KY, Jan. 1, 1865; imp. Camp Douglas, Jan. 2, 1865; transf. Chicago, IL, March 20, 1865. [1860HC]

HOOPER, Lt. Warren Franklin Co. I, 19TN
Born c1835. Born Columbus, GA, 1839. At the opening of the war was reading law under Francis M. Walker. Married Mary P. Halliburton, 1857 in Murfreesboro. Enl. May 20, 1861 in Knoxville. Capt. at Nashville, Dec. 16, 1864 and imprisoned at Johnson's Island, Dec. 20, 1864. Released June 16, 1865. He was one of the few Marsh Blues who returned to Chatt. alive. Died at M'boro in 1880 and buried Citizens Cem. [TWP 1669]

Born Feb. 11, 1820 in Roane Co., TN, he was engaged in business in Chatt. before the war. He was also a planter and slave owner. During the war "he served as an enrolling officer with the rank and title of colonel." He moved to Lenoir City after the war, dying there March 1, 1905. [CT, March 2, 1905]

HOPKINS, Surgeon Baird S."Bart" 36TN

HOPKINS, Lt. John Livingston 36TN
Born c1830, he had been law partner of David M. Key, then became city attorney of Chattanooga in 1853 and alderman in
1858. During the first half of 1862 he served as adjutant of the
36TN Inf., but poor health required him to abandon field duty and in 1863 he took his wife Mary E. Cooke Hopkins south to Water Valley, GA. Following the war they lived in Atlanta where Hopkins became a prominent superior court judge. Married Mary Cooke, daughter of Dr. Robert Cooke. She died at their home in Atlanta March 4, 1910. JLH living there in 1911. [CT Mar.5, 1910]

HANN (HORN, HAM, HAND), James C. Co. H, 26TN; Barry's Btry.; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861 at Knoxville; left sick at Bowling Green, KY, Jan. 23, 1862; transferred May 30, 1862 to Barry's Btry. at Chatt.; paroled May 11, 1865 at Meridian, MS; res of Walker Co., GA.

HORN, William
Transferred from 36TN to Co. K, 43TN at Ooltewah, Dec. 1, 1861.

HORNE, Cpl. William Co. H, 37TN
Born HC, TN 1842 or 1843; enl. Sept. 17, 1861 at Knox.; died Nov. 11, 1862 at Lauderdale Springs, MS; unmarried.

HORTON, Samuel Virgil 31AL
Born 1843 in Shelby Co., AL. Married (1860) Martha Ann Duncan. Died Nov. 17, 1914 and buried CSA Cem. [TWP, p. 171; CT Nov. 19, 1914]

HORTON, William Andrew Co. K, 43TN
Born Sept. 16, 1845, Lumpkin Co., GA, son of Steven Horton, a farmer who was born at Monticello, Jasper Co, Ga., and afterwards lived at Dahlonega. His mother was Nancy Ann Cauley, daughter of Robert and Mary Cauley of Dahlonega. Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 (Horton in his veteran's questionaire says July, 1862) at Ooltewah. KY Campaign; Vicksburg (capt. July 4, 1863). Paroled and sent to Dalton, GA., where he was exchanged. At the time of the surrender in 1865, he was in VA. He was married in HC where he bought an 80 acre farm after the war. Baptist. Shown in 1900 as a farmer at Chatt. Res. Dodds Ave. Died in Brainerd July 22, 1930 and buried Chickamauga. [NBFM2, 6,8; TP 15,663; TVQ]

HORTTIM, H. S. Co. G, 19AL
Born May 24, 1834 in Cherokee Co., AL and enl. in Huntsville, Sept., 1861. Wounded and captured at Shiloh. Paroled May, 1865. Res. in 1900 on Montgomery Ave., Chatt. Occup. farmer. Died June 27, 1912 in Chatt. [NBFM2]

HOUSE, Charles F. Barry's Btry.
Enl. April 30, 1862, at Chatt. He was paroled May 11, 1865, at Meridian, MS. Prior to the war, he lived on a farm at Tyner. His father, G.W. House, was from VA, and his mother, Nancy House, from SC. He was born about 1839.

HOUSE, Hartwell "Harlie" Co. E, 4TN Cav. (Starnes? McLemore's?)
Born 1841, Rutherford Co., TN; enl. Oct. 8, 1862: Lavergne, Parker's CrossRoads, Dover, Thompson's Station, Chickamauga (wounded), Atlanta Camp., Resaca (wounded); married (1866) Mary E.; 1909 res. Highland Park. House painter. Died July 16, 1910 in Chatt. and buried CSA Cem. [CT July 18, 1910; TP11461; 1910HC]

HOUSE, James M. Barry's Btry.
Born 1847 in TN, son of G.W. and Nancy. Enl. April 30, 1862, at Chatt. along with his older brother, Charles. He was paroled May 11, 1865, at Meridian, MS.


HOUSELEY, James M. Co. G, 63TN
Born c1840. Farm laborer at Harrison with wife Amanda. Had served in cav. prior to enl. Nov. 12, 1861, Cleveland. At Charleston, TN, May, 1862. Capt. near Petersburg, VA, June 12, 1864 and sent to Point Lookout, MD. Transf. to Elmira, Feb. 25, 1865 and released at Chatt., Mar., 1865.

HOUSLEY, William F. 3TN Cav. Bn.; Co. B, 1st TN Cav. Born in HC in 1841, he enl. first in the 3TN Cav. Bn., then transferred to the 1TN Cav. He served throughout war, the last year as acting company commander, fighting at Fishing Creek, Cumberland Gap, and Murfreesboro. Also particiapated in raids with Morgan and Wheeler. Paroled near Dalton, spring, 1865, and soon moved to Cedar Glade, AR, where he was a merchant for ten years. In 1875 he relocated in Hot Springs where he became sheriff of Garland Co. and postmaster. Director of Soldiers Home in Little Rock. [Evans, CSA History, 14:511-12]

HOUSTON, Joseph H. Co. B, 5TN Cav.
Born in NC c1825, he was a farm laborer living at Harrison at the start of the war. His wife, Elizabeth, was also from NC. He enl. at Chatt. Aug. 11, 1861. [1860HC]

HOWARD, Sgt. J. W. Barry's Btry.
Enl. April 4, 1862. at Chatt.; "Was arrested and put in jail for drunkeness & drawing a sword on a commissioned officer. Broke jail Dec. 1862 and escaped."

HOWARD, Thomas J. Co. H, 26TN
Born c1838, TN. Farm laborer res. hh J. C. Roberts in Long Savannah. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Married Frances E.; Died Oct. 13, 1861. [TP4193]

HOWARD, Thomas J. Co. C, 16TN Bn.
Born March 3, 1845 in Rhea Co., the son of the Rev. Robert Tate and Penelope Howard, he enl. Jan. 9, 1862 in Co. L, 36TN at Chatt. and transferred to Co. L, 35TN; Enl. Mar. 3, 1862 in Co. C, 16TN Cav., Rucker's Legion. Capt. Black's Ford in Roane Co. and imp. Camp Chase. Deserted March 15, 1865 at Salisbury, NC; fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5'10" tall; took USA oath April 17, 1865. Married (1872) Frances E. Brown. Moved to Chatt. from Roane in 1868, becoming jailer, then Chief of Police in 1889. Supported by wife keeping boarders in 1902 and soon thereafter listed as lunatic in Lyon's Asylum in Knoxville where he died Aug. 8, 1905 in Knoxville. Buried in CSA Cem. Brother was R.H. Howard. [TWP, 286; NBFM2; TP4193]

HOWARD, William Co. G, 8GA Bn.
Born Greenville Dist., SC, 1839. Enl. Oct., 1861. Wounded at Chickamauga. To TN, 1907. Res. Sale Creek, 1910. 1910 applied from HC for admission to TN Soldiers Home. [SAACH; 1910HC]

HOWARD, William A. Co. H, 26TN
Age 34 in 1861, he enl. Sept. 5, 1861, Knoxville. Honorably disch. Dec. 6, 1861.

HOWSER, John M. Co. I, 5TN Cav.
Married (1865) Margaret Fore. Died 1893 in HC. [TWP 455]

HOWSER, Polk W. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Enl. Aug. 7, 1861, Cleveland.

HUDDLESTON, Leroy Co. A, 4TN Cav.

HUDDLESTON, William H. Co. A, 4TN Cav.

HUDGINS, 1Lt. John D. Co. D, 37TN
He enl. Sept. 1, 1861, at Knoxville and was severely wounded at Chickamauga. Before the war, Hudgins was a barkeeper at Chatt. He was born about 1830.

HUDLOW, Michael K.
Born 1849, GA. Res. 1910 in hh of son on Ryan St. Retired farmer. [1910HC]

HUFSTEDLER (HUFFSTULLER), William W. Barry's Btry.
Enl. April 4, 1863 at Pollard, AL as substit. for W. A. Anderson; paroled May 11, 1865. at Meridian, MS. [NBFM1]

HUGGINS, Hasting Young 2Lt., GA Inf.
1832-1863. Buried CSA Cem.

HUGHES (HUES), A. F. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled; captured Newburn, VA, April 12, 1865; dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5'10" tall.

HUGHES, A. W. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 12, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas. Detailed in Govt. Blacksmith shop, Jan. 25-June 30, 1863. Absent sick Sept. 15, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, May 1, 1865.

HUGHES (HUES), B. H. (M.?) Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Dec. 8, 1862 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled.

HUGHES (HUES), Carter Co. K, 43TN
Enl. June 10, 1862 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled.

HUGHES (HUES), Hardy Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Dec. 31, 1861 at Pikeville, TN; deserted Feb. 20, 1862 at Knoxville.

HUGHES, Hutson B. Co. K, 43TN
Born May 18, 1829 in Franklin Co., GA, he was a farmer in Catoosa Co. before enlisting; captured at Bunker Hill, VA, July 14, 1864; imprisoned at Camp Chase, then moved to Point Lookout, MD. Returned to Catoosa before moving to Ooltewah where, in 1904, he was blind, destitute. "I earn nothing." Died 1905. [TP 1843]

HUGHES, J. Crittenden
Inmate of Old Soldiers home in Nashville, 1902. [NBFM3]

HUGHES, Joseph
Enl. May 15, 1863 at Allisonia. Capt. Manchester June 27, 1863.

HUGHES (HUES), S. [H.] P. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. July 1, 1862 at Ooltewah; captured at Baker's Creek, May 16, 1863; imprisoned at Camp Douglas; died at Camp Douglas, June 30, 1863 and buried in National Cem. [Brooks, p. 111]

HUGHES, Capt. William Co. F, 35TN
W.L. Hughes d. Sept. 4, 1897 in Denison, TX. Long time res. of Cleveland. [CT Sept. 1897]

HULL, J. M. Co. I, 19TN
Mortally wounded and died at Corinth. [Worsham, p. 200]

HULSEY (HULCY), Beriah (Bryant) Barry's Btry.
Enl. April 4, 1862 at Chatt.; capt. Sept. 2, 1864 at Atlanta; imprisoned at Camp Douglas, IL; 5'9", gray eyes, fr. cmplx., lt. hr.

HULSEY, Jesse H. Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knox.; deserted Nov. 14, 1863 at Missionary Ridge; took USA oath Dec. 9, 1863.; Dk cmplx.; Black hr.; Black eyes; 5'5" tall.

HULSEY, John T. Barry's Btry..
Born 1830 in TN. Farm laborer in Chatt. with wife Jane. Enl. April, 4, 1862 at Chatt.; teamster; killed at Spanish Fort [MSR does not mention death.]

HUMPHRIES, Henry Jefferson "Jeff" Co. K, 43TN
Born Spartanburg, S.C. 1843, son of Joe Syre and Amanda Milvinia Bridges Humphreys, and was farmer when war broke out. Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled; wounded (compound fracture of right thigh) and captured Aug. 21, 1864 at (Leestown) Winchester, VA; hospitalized at US Genl. Hospital, Baltimore, MD. June, 1865, imprisoned at Ft. McHenry, Md. After war tried tanning business, then farming. Baptist. Res. James Co., 1904, 1910 with wife Mary E. (m. 1872) and at McDonald, TN in 1920. [CVQ; TP1843; 1910 James Co.]

HUNT, Anderson Co. D, 37TN
Born 1834 in TN. Miller at Soddy with wife Elizabeth. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 At Germantown, TN. Deserted Oct. 31, 1861.

ANV. Wife was Molly E. Died Oct. 9, 1912, age 74, and buried FH. [CT Oct. 10, 1912]

HUNT, William Armstrong 3d Lt. Co. D, 37th TN Inf.
Born May 15, 1823, he came to Chatt. in 1858. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861, at Knoxville. He was discharged at Corinth, MS, on May 15, 1862, because of ill health. Before the war, he had a farm near Chatt. A native of GA, he was born c1825. His wives were Sarah E. (Born in May 15, 1823 at Dahlonega, GA; died 1882) and Mahala. Presby. After the war, he was in the hotel business. Died Dec. 31, 1899 and buried at Citizens Cem. [CT Jan. 2, 1900; CTS]

HUNTER, James Co. B, 10GA
Born c1838 in Rabun Co., GA. Married Jan. 28, 1849 at age 21 Lettissia Towery in Rabun. Wounded and capt. at Cedar Run, Oct. 19, 1864 and imp. at Pt. Lookout. Res. of Alton Park in 1904. [TP6000]

HUNTER, James Alexander (Albert) Thos. Polk Edmundson's GA Cav. Bn. (3CSA Cav.)
Born Harrison Nov. 26, 1847. Enl. Oct., 1864. Capt. Ooltewah, Jan., 1864; command disbanded before surrender of AofT and served as guerillas. JAH accused of being spy. At skirmish at Conasauga River where Edmundson killed, Apr., 1865. Returned to Harrison after war and farmed. Methodist. Married (1883 in HC) Sophronia Jackson. Died April 16, 1928 at home in Hixson. [TWP, 265; CT April, 17, 1928; TP 16,120; 1910HC]

HUNTER, Pleasant Eaves Co. I, 5TN Cav.
Born 1844, Meigs Co., son of John Hunter (1815-1891) who had a 350-acre farm on TN River, Meigs Co. His mother was Katherine Eaves, daughter of Thomas Eaves, who lived at Decatur, TN Thomas Eaves was a soldier in the Revolution. He brought his family from SC to TN. The Eaves family was Irish. Wounded at Munfordville in Oct., 1862, Hunter also saw action at Chickamauga, Resaca and New Hope Church. He was discharged at Charlotte, NC, on May 12, 1865. Married (Mar. 12, 1869) Harriet B. Whiteside in Meigs Co. Pleasant Hunter lived the last years of his life in N Chatt. Salesman. Died April 25, 1929 and buried Hunter's Bluff Cem., Meigs Co. [NBFM2,7; 1910HC]

HUNTER, Thomas H. Co. G, 2TN (Robinson's)
[TP 1441]

HUNTER, William W. Co. F, 35TN
Born in Meigs Co., TN in 1826, he became a farmer in HC where he enl. on Dec. 2, 1862. Dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, 5'8" tall; captured at Missionary Ridge and imprisoned at Rock Island where he remained until March, 1865. [RI ledger]

HUSKEY, Francis Co. D, 4th (12th) GA Cav.
He enl. Oct. 4, 1862 under Capt. William J. Rogers. He was later reported sick and deemed not physically fit for duty.

HUTCHESON, Joseph Chappell 21VA; Co. E, 14VA Capt.
Born near Boydton, VA, May 18, 1842. Grad. Randolph-Macon College. Studied law at Univ. of VA and began practice in Anderson, TX. Moved to Houston, 1874. Elected Texas House, 1880, U.S. Congress, 1893-97. Died at his summer home on Signal Mtn., May 25, 1924. Buried Glenwood Cem., Houston.

Born 1839, Ga. 1910, of GA parents. African-American. 1910 boarding on W. 13th St. No occup. [1910HC]

HUTSON, Reuben Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. Aug. 28, 1861, Knoxville. Deserted at Knoxville, Nov. 5, 1862.

HUTTON, Cornelius Marion Chaplain and staff officer, 36AL
Married Laura. [TWP 10,526]

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