Hamilton County Confederates: L-N

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

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

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LACEWELL, William L. Co. G, 37TN
Born 1846, in TN. Res. 1910 with wife Mary Elizabeth Hayes. (m. 1870) on 20th St. Mail carrier. [1910HC]

LAMB, Meredith Co. A, 4TN Cav. Bn.
Born about 1827 in GA. He was a carpenter at Chatt. prior to the war. Hospitalized July 1862. Disch. overage Sept. 15, 1862.

LANCE, J. J. Co. L, 11TN Cav.
Served under Forrest. Died Jan. 9, 1920, age 85, and buried in McMinnville, TN. [CT Jan. 10, 1920]

LANDIS, Charles Frederick Co. H, 12TN
Born Reedsville, PA, June 19, 1840, he enl. at Trenton, TN, April, 1861 in Co. H, 12TN. Capt. at Selma, April 2, 1865. Mason. Married Clara E. (1865). Insurance solicitor, 1910. Died at his home on Bailey Ave. Aug. 14, 1924 and buried in FH. [NBFM2; CT Aug. 15, 1924; 1910HC]

LANE, Joseph M. Co. B, Phillips GA Legion
Born Bradley Co., 1841. Enl. Aug. 16, 1861; 2Manassas, Sharpsburg, Gettysburg, Wilderness. Wife was Amanda. To TN 1893. Res. East Chatt., 1913. [TP14,042]

LANGFORD, William Clark's Independent Cav. Co.
Enl. Aug. 31, 1862 at Chatt.; deserted Nov. 25, 1863 near Chatt.

LANGFORD, William Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Killed in action, Aug. 31, 1862 [Lindsley]

LANGSTON, Cpl. William Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville; Died May 10, 1862 in a Confederate hospital.

LANKFORD, Martin Van Buren Co. G, 1SC Arty
Born May 3, 1835 in Rutherford Co., NC. Enl. Feb. 22, 1862. Capt. March 10, 1865 and imp. Pt. Lookout, MD. To TN 1906 and res. Chatt., 1910, retired clergyman res. on Beech St. [1910HC; TP12,352]

LANKFORD, William Co. A, 4TN Cav. Bn.
Born c1828, he was a farm laborer with two young sons in Chatt., 1860. Enl. June 17, 1861 at Knoxville. Killed in action. Aug. 31, 1862.

LARD, John W. Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's); 26TN; 2nd Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. Feb. 15, 1863 in Ringgold, GA. On daily duty as horseler for Maj. Gordon, Aug. 31, 1863. Signed USA oath, Jan. 4, 1864. Resid. HC. Dark complex., black hair, grey eyes, 5'8" tall.

LASATER, Benjamin
Born 1843, TN of TN parents. 1910 res. James Co. with wife Elizabeth J. (m1868). [1910 James Co.]

LATHAM, William
Born 1846, TN Res. West 13th St. with wife Sarah (m. 1865) and running a boarding house.

LATIMER, James Howard Co. H, 49GA
Born Dec. 24, 1843 in Culverton, GA, son of William and Tabitha Wilson Latimer. Left Mercer Univ. as junior to enl., June, 1863, as Sgt. Fought at Seven Pines, Antietam, Gettysburg, Cold Harbor. Wounded at capture of Manassas Junction. Married Anne Winnefred Huston (1867). Lived in AL; moved to Sequatchie Valley, 1874, where he farmed and taught school in Jasper. To TX in 1898 and taught school ten years at Lubbock. 1910 back to TN, living in Nashville until 1920, then Chatt. Baptist. Died July 11, 1935 in Chatt. and buried CSA Cem. [CT July 12, 1935]

LATIMORE, Col. J. H. Co. F, 49GA
Enl. Augusta, GA, Aug. 12, 1862; paroled April 9, 1865 at Appomattox. Involved with CSA railroads. Took Pres. Davis and cabinet part of the way on their flight from Richmond into GA, April, 1865. Died July 11, 1935. [NBFM4]

LATTNER, Thomas Jefferson Co. I, 19TN
He walked for several months at the war's end before he was reunited with his family in TN. He had enl. at Knoxville in May, 1861. Lattner had been a commission merchant on the riverfront at Chatt., and his business experience was put to use as a commissary sergeant. Wounded near the war's end and spent time in a hospital at Meridian, MS. Joined Consolid. 3TN, Apr. 9, 1865. He was among those who surrendered and were paroled at Greensboro, N.C., in May, 1865. Lattner had fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes and stood 5'10" tall.
The Lattners lived at Newberry, SC, when he was born Oct. 19, 1822. But they moved to a plantation near Carnesville, GA. His father was Dr. John Valentine Lattner. T.J. Lattner settled at Chatt. in the early 1850s and purchased the old home of Jane Henderson on First St. This house was used by Gen. U.S. Grant as his headquarters. T.J. Lattner resumed his business career in Chatt. and died here March 26, 1884. His wife was Josephine J. They are buried at Citizens Cem. [CTS]

LATTY, Fleming Co. F, 35TN
Born in Dade Co., GA in 1825, he was a farmer in HC who enl. at Chatt. on Nov. 15, 1862. Disch. at Tullahoma, TN Feb. 20, 1863 for physical disability. Grey eyes, dark hair, fair complex on, 5'10" tall.

LAUDERDALE, 2Lt. James (Jim) Barry's Btry.
Enl. May 15, 1862 at Chatt.

LAUDERDALE, Maj. John
Quartermaster, A.P. Stewart's Corps, Aug., 1864. [Elliott, Stewart]

LAUDERDALE, 1Lt. John F. Co. A, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Enl. Aug. 10, 1861 at Cleveland, TN; capt. Jan., 1864 in Murray Co., GA; imp. Ft. Delaware; res of Bradley Co., TN; light complx.; dk hair; blue eyes; 5'11" tall.

LAVENDER, Sgt. William R. Co. E, 2GA Cav.
Born Henry Co., GA, Nov. 2, 1816. Wounded at Murfreesboro and Atlanta. Methodist. Mason. Married (1848) Elizabeth Edmondson. Long-time resident of McMinn Co. Died in Chatt. April 20, 1901 and buried FH. [FHR; NBFM2; CT April, 21, 1901]

LAWING, Dan Barry's Btry.
Deserted near Demopolis, Feb., 1864 [Brown Diary]

LAWING, William Barry's Btry.
Deserted near Demopolis, Feb., 1864 [Brown Diary]

LAWLESS, Rufus Jefferson Co. H, 55AL
Born Dec. 13, 1838, Jackson Co., AL, 1835, his old home was Woodville, AL. Champion's Hill, Vicksburg, Atlanta Camp. Shocked by shell at Peachtree Creek, capt. and imp. Camp Douglas, IL until May, 1865. Wife was Mary Jane Wann. To TN, 1895. Res. in Chatt., 1910. He died July 10, 1916, age 81, at his res. on Read Ave. and was buried in Woodville. [CT July 11, 1916; CSA Patriot Index, 3:138; TP11,771; 1910HC]

LAWRENCE, Lewis H. Co. B, 33NC
Born Edgecombe Co., NC, July 27, 1839. Enl. Apr., 1861; 7Days, Chancellorsville (wounded), Petersburg (capt. and imp. Johnson's Island). Wife was Carrie C. To TN 1910. Res. on Bailey Ave., 1913. [TP14,260]

LAWS, Guilford C. Co. C, 10/11TN Cav.
Married Martha E. [TWP2493]

LAWSON, Edward A. 36TN; Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Dec. 12, 1861; had transf. from 36TN; capt. at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863.

LAWSON, ELIAS 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. Sept. 21, 1862 in HC. Paroled May 3, 1865 at Charlotte, NC.

LAWSON, R. C. Co. I, 5TN Cav. (McKenzie's) Sgt.
Born McMinn Co., TN, Jan. 8, 1836. Enl. Dec. 10, 1861. Disch. at Charlotte, NC, 1865. Res. East Chatt., 1907. Res. Rodgers St., 1910. [TP9388; 1910HC]

LEACH, Sgt. Maj. Christian Shultz "Shutty" Co. D, 13KY Cav.
Born June 25, 1842 in Mason Co., KY. Enl. Dec. 1862 in 2KY and afterwards served in 13 Cav. Capt. near Maysville, KY, May 7, 1863 and exch. Jan. 6, 1865. Paroled at Mt. Sterling, KY. May 1, 1865 as Maj., 13 Cav. Clerk in Chatt. Died in New Orleans March 20, 1914 and buried in Maysville, KY. [NBFM7,9].

LEADAM (LEADIM), A. S. Clark's Independent Cav. Co.
Enl. Aug. 31, 1863 at Knoxville. Courier for Gen. Buckner, then QM duty.

LEADAM (LEADIM), F. Clark's Independent Cav. Co.
Enl. Aug. 10, 1863 at Knoxville. Absent, on detached service.

LECROIX (LECROY, LEACROY), Andrew M. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Born c1844, TN. Enl. July 8, 1861 at Knoxville; capt. at Fort Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Morton, IN. Exch. and joined 1CSA (GA). Married Paralee E. 1910 HC census lists him as Union vet, however.

LECROIX (LECROY), Samuel D. Barry's Btry.
Enl. May 12, 1862. at Chatt.

LECROIX (LECROY), Thomas H.
Enl. Oct. 5, 1861 at Bowling Green, KY; died Jan. 30, 1862 at Bowling Green where he had been ill since the day he enl.; wife was Julia Ann.

LECROIX (LECROY, LEACROY), William M. Barry's Btry.
Enl. May 12, 1862. at Chatt.; sent to hospital Sept. 25, 1862 from Palmetto, GA.

LEDFORD, Thomas 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav
Enl. April 30, 1863 at Martin Mills, TN. Left sick near Decatur, capt. and imp. Alton, IL.

LEE, Clark 1CSA (GA)
Black soldier born near Ringgold, GA, n.d. Slave of Jim Lee. Joined 1CSA "about three weeks before the battle of Chickamauga." Capt. Nashville, Dec., 1864. To TN c1871. Res. 1812 Whiteside, Chatt., 1921. [TP#107]

LEE, Clem 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. June 30, 1863 in HC. Deserted July 25, 1863.

LEE, J. U. 1TN lt. arty. McClung's Btry.
Born in 1848 in Loudon, TN became a dentist in Chatt. and President of the TN Dental Assoc. He died in Chatt. March 26, 1884. [CTS; NBFM2]

LEE, James Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born c1828. Enl. Aug. 7, 1861, at Cleveland. He had a close call on Dec. 30, 1862, when his horse was killed in action. He was later paid $200 for the loss of his horse. Capt. at Piedmont, VA, on June 5, 1864. He was sent to Camp Morton prison in IN in June of 1864. The following March 3 he died of "hospital gangrene." He was buried in grave 1485 at Green Lawn Cemetery at Camp Morton. Lee was a railroad laborer living at Harrison with his wife, Susan, and their four children prior to the war. [1860HC]

LEE, James S. Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville. Disch. underage Nov. 4, 1862 at Knoxville; Reenl. May 15, 1863 at Chatt.

LEE, John
Born 1836, in TN. Res. 1910 on White Oak Rd. in hh. of son-in-law Joseph A. Sanders. [1910HC]

LEE, John A. S., Sr.
Born Sept. 8, 1826 in Greenville, TN. To Chatt. c1850 and employed in tin and house furnishings business. "Not in the Confederate army, yet he did a great deal of work that was valuable to the Confederate Government." "Invented a hand-carding cotton machine and other articles for the Confederate Army." Exemption from service by President Davis. Following war he returned to Chatt. and became "expert mechanic" and did coppersmith work for the AL and Gt. Southern RR. Methodist. Mason. Died March 18, 1905 at res. on Boyce St. and buried FH. [NBFM4; CT Mar. 19, 1905]

LEE, Robert Co. D, 37TN
Born about 1831 in HC. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville. Wounded at Fishing Creek, KY and disch. July 2, 1862 for disability. Substitute who "illegally returned to duty," April 25, 1863; deserted Aug. 28, 1863 at Tyner Station; took USA oath Sept. 13, 1863. Afterwards transf. to cav. and "at solicitation of Maj. Tankersley" returned to Co. D, 37TN and remained with it till end of war. Fisherman in Chatt., 1891. [TP1188]

LEE, Samuel Co. D, 37TN
Age 22 in 1861; Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville; absent, sick in hospital, May 8, 1862; deserted Sept. 7, 1863 near Ooltewah; took USA oath.

LEE, Teral (Terry) Co. D, 37TN
Born c1837. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville. Teamster. On rolls till capt. Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25, 1863. Imp. Rock Island; took USA oath April 2, 1864; lt. cmplx., brn. hr., blk eyes, 5'8"
tall.

LEE, William P. Co. D, 37TN
Age 19 in 1861; Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville; Wounded June 21, 1864 at Kennesaw Mtn. and hospitalized.

LEE, William W. Co. F, 39GA
Enl. 1862. Capt. Vicksburg. 4th Sgt., April 25, 1864. Capt. Alpine, GA, Oct. 19, 1864 and evid. imp. Nashville where he took USA oath on April 22, 1865. Served 2 years in 39GA, fighting at Missionary Ridge. Methodist. Died Oct. 10, 1918 in Chatt. and buried FH. [CT Oct. 11, 1918; 1890VetCensus]

LEIGH, J. G.
Brother of John W. Manager of Chatt. Times. Died in TX.

LEIGH, John Wesley Co. C, 8GA
Born Oct. 18, 1832 in Hertford, NC. Moved to GA in early life. To Chatt. soon after war and founded law firm of Leigh and Yarnell. Grain merchant then elected judge of County court, c1895. Member, NBF Camp, 1895. Died June 15, 1910 and buried CSA Cem. [CT June 16, 1910; TP9554]

LEMMONS, Enoch M. Co. H, 37TN
Born c1850, TN Wife Annie (m. 1904). Grocery merchant in St. Elmo., 1910; Died March 1, 1915 at his home in Dry Valley and buried in Missionary Ridge Cem. [CT Mar. 3, 1915]

LENOIR, Cpl. H. A. 1st Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861 in Knoxville, TN. Tranf. to 1CSA, Nov. 8, 1862. Wounded on picket duty Sept. 3, 1864 and died following day at Catoosa Hospital, Griffin, GA.

LENOIR, William H. Co. I, 26TN
Died in service, Dec., 1861.

LEVI, George
Born c1814. Farmer at Harrison with wife Martha. CSA and res. of HC. Related to Vandergriff and Kell families. [Wormsley info]

LEVI, Jasper Newton Co. A, 4th TN Cav. Bn. (Ragsdale's)
He was a farmer at Harrison prior to joining the Lookout Rangers, Aug. 1, 1861, at Knoxville. Sick in hospital July 15, 1862. Capt. Stone's River, Dec. 31, 1862. Imp. Camp Douglas, IL and exchanged. Detailed as teamster Aug. 10, 1863. Paroled April, 65. Born in 1836 in Anderson Co., TN, he was the son of William M. and Anna Levi. Married Nancy McCullough in 1867. Died 1902 in HC [JWilson Levi family; TWP, 225; TP3786]

LEWALLEN, C. W. Co. A, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Age 21, 1863; enl. Jan. 9, 1863. Killed in action June 5, 1864.

LEWIS, Archibald Newton 4TN Cav. (McLemore's)
Born March 19, 1842 in Marion Co., TN. Enl. Oct., 1864. Capt. Dade Co., GA, Feb., 1865 and imp. at Chatt. Lived in GA, 1869-79 before returning to TN. Married Margaret Ann. [TP12,197; TWP 4068]

LEWIS, J. C. Co. L, 36 TN
Born c1833. Enl. Jan. 9, 1862, at Chatt. Prior to the war, he was living on a farm at Harrison with his mother, Catherine Lewis.

LEWIS, James 5TN Cav.
Born McMinn Co. Several months a courier for Gen. Wheeler. Died July 2, 1920 in Chatt. and buried in Athens, TN. Farmer, Baptist. Lived in Chatt. about 7 years. [CT July 3, 1920; NBFM10]

LEWIS, James Co. I, 3AL Cav.
1846-1919. Buried CSA Cem.

LEWIS, James H. Co. H, 26TN; Barry's Btry.
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas. After exchange was honorably disch. Oct. 13, 1862. Reenl. May 14, 1864. at Rome, GA; paroled May 11, 1865. in Meridian, MS.

LEWIS, Joab Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Dec. 2, 1861 at Ooltewah; deserted Aug. 5, 1862.

LEWIS, M. J. Co. L, 36TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862, at Chatt.

LEWIS, Peter E. Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's) Co. A, 4TN Cav. Bn.
Prior to the war, he was a brick mason at Chatt. A native of VA, he was born c1827. His wife was Harriet Lewis. His father, Peter Lewis, was also a brick mason and VA native who lived with his son at Chatt. in his latter years. Enl. June 17, 1861 at Knoxville. Disch. overage Sept. 15, 1862.

LEWIS, W. J. Co. E, 40GA
[NBFM4]

LEWIS, William
"Free black" who "forged manacles for Yankee prisoners in the old jail on Market St." [WF]

LIGHT, Cpl. Samuel B. Co. D, 4th (12th) GA Cav.
Born April 15, 1843, in GA., son of Michael P. Light and Rhoda Ellis, who lived in Lookout Valley. Enl. Oct., 1862. Missionary Ridge. Wounded at Triune Stat. Capt. and took USA oath May 9, 1864. He had a light complexion, brown hair, blue eyes and was 5'7" tall. After the war he married (1859) Lavinia Cummings and they lived on a farm on the side of Lookout Mtn. opposite Moccasin Bend. Lived near Chatt. all his life. Died in Wauhatchie, Jan. 31, 1925 and buried FH. [JWilson Light family; TP 13,330; CT Feb. 1, 2, 1925; 1910HC]

LIGHT, William Co. B, 5TN Cav.
Born c1838, he was one of the sons of Michael Light and Rhoda Ellis of Lookout Valley. Enl. Aug. 11, 1861, at Chatt. Wounded at Morrison's Depot. Died in prison at Rock Island, IL, in 1864. It was at the Light mill where the Union crossing of Lookout Creek was made at the start of the Battle Above the Clouds. This is at the present-day Reflection Riding.

LIGHT, 2Lt. William Hamilton Co. D, 2VA
Born Jan 7, 1830 in Martinsburg, VA. Enl. at Harper's Ferry April 18, 1861. Fought in "nearly every important battle except when wounded." (Wounded at 1Manassas and at Kernstown). Promoted to 2Lt. after Fredericksburg. To Chatt. and served as member of Police force, 1878-1909. Member NBF Camp, 1895. Died May 19, 1912 at res. on West 6th St. and buried FH. [FHR; CT May 20, 1912; NBFM2]

LIGHTSEY, Henry Co. F, 11SC
1901 res. HC. [TP3541]

LILLY, George G. Co. E, 4AL Cav. (Russell's)
Born June 24, 1849 in Larkinville, AL. Entered CSA cavalry under Forrest at age 14. Married (1868) Annis Rutledge. Living in AL until he came to Chatt. in 1882 and became a wholesale grocer. Member NBF Camp, 1895. Died May 16, 1914 and buried FH. [CT Oct. 10, 1910; May 17, 1914;TP 12,666]

LINCOLN, James H. Co. B, 43TN
Born June 26, 1839 at White Co., TN. Enl. in 1863. Wounded at Strasburg. Dentist on Lookout Mtn. Died June 8, 1899 as result of fall from roof of his house. "He was a fine artist, a cousin of Abraham Lincoln whom he much resembled in his features. A kind Christian gentleman." Buried at FH. Wife or dau. probably Charity Emma (1851-1879) buried in Citizens Cem. [FHR; NBFM2,7]

LINDER, R.B. William Clark's Independent Cav. Co.
Enl. March 20, 1864 Calhoun, GA.

LINDERMAN, C. Co. A, 4TN Cav. BN.
Born c1824. Enl. June 17, 1861 at Knoxville. Absent sick July, 1862. Disch. overage Sept. 15, 1862.

LINDSAY, John 41TN
Born Aug. 4, 1843 in Fayetteville, TN. Member of 41TN at Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge. Died June 9, 1917 in St. Elmo and buried in Fayetteville. [CT June 10, 1917]

LINER, Andrew Jackson Co. H, 43TN
Born McMinn Co., TN, April 28, 1845. Enl. Feb. 16, 1863. Capt. Vicksburg, paroled, and took USA oath, March 19, 1864 at Chatt. Res. East Lake, 1923 [TP 9253]

LIONS, Lindsay
African-American, born 1842, GA. Res. 1910 on Hunter St. with wife Celia. No occupation listed. [1910HC]

LIVELY, B. Wiley Co. G, 26TN
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Detached for division teamster. Left sick Russelville, KY, Feb. 9, 1862.

LIVELY, Emory M. Co. G, 7AL; Co. H, 3CSA Cav.
Born Aug. 29, 1846, Jefferson Co., IL, his father, Ab Lively, moved the family to Jackson Co., AL. E.M. Lively enl. at Ringgold, Ga., in 1861, then reenl. April 17, 1862 in Jackson Co. His first action was seen at St. Rosa Island at Fort Pickens, FL. He fought at Bridgeport, Battle Creek, Fort Donelson, Unionville, Triune, Liberty, Snow Hill and Smithville. Lively was in a hospital for three months with smallpox. Capt. at McMinnville, TN, after he was sent with dispatches from Gen. John Morgan to Gen. Braxton Bragg. Imp. Fort Delaware in June, 1863. He entered the war at 142 pounds and was down to 60 pounds by the time he was released from prison July, 1865. Res. Oct., 1899, 1910 on Lookout Mtn., TN; wife Porter; merchant [TCVQ; TP 10,828; 1910 HC]

LIVELY, Capt. Jackson D. "Marsh Blues", Co. I, 19TN

LIVELY, James R. 2GA, 3GA Bn.; 64VA Cav.
Born April 25, 1842 in Harris Co., TX. Enl. in Columbus, GA, April 16, 1861 in Columbus Guards, 2GA, then 3GA Bn. (37GA). Wounded in right groin at Franklin and was captured. Paroled at High Point, NC, April 26, 1865 with rank of Capt. Agent and telegraph operator in Chatt in 1904. [NBFM2; TP 8630]

LIVELY, William E. Co. I, 19TN

LOCKE, 1Lt. Adoniram J. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born 1832 in TN, son of Jesse and Agnes Locke of Ooltewah. Farmer. Enl. Aug. 7, 1861, Cleveland. Capt. Piedmont, June 5, 1864. Exchanged and hospitalized Wayside Hospital, Richmond, VA, Mar, 1865.

LOCKE, Cpl. Jonathan N. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's).
Born 1830 in SC. Farmer at Harrison with wife Almirah and three children. At Chickamauga and was captured shortly thereafter near his home area of Harrison, Sept. 20, 1863 and imp. at Camp Douglas. He told Union authorities he had been loyal, but was forced into the Confederate ranks. He said he desired to take the oath of allegiance. He was released on May 13, 1865. He seems to have been demoted to private.
Locke was 6'4", fair cmplx, black hair and black eyes. [1860HC]

LOCKE, John M. Co. K, 43TN

LOCKETT, Eli F. Co. D, 2TN Cav. Bn.
Born June 23, 1844 in Sumner Co., TN. Enl. as bugler Sept., 1861. Captured Harrisburg, MS July 14, 1864. Solicitor and salesman in Chatt. Died in Chatt. March 18, 1891 and buried CSA Cem. [NBFM2,4,7]

LOCKMAN, Capt. Isaac Newton Howell's Btry. Ga. Light Arty. Born 1846, Hall Co., GA, he enl. in the fall of 1862 at Gainesville, GA. He was in fighting at Jackson, MS, Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge. He was wounded in August, 1864 at Jonesboro when his leg was broken but he returned to his unit within 60 days. He was married in 1900 to Lulah Cox. A Baptist, he died at age 84 at his res. on 7th Ave. in East Lake, on Feb. 21, 1930. He was buried at New Liberty Church. [TWP 291, CT Feb. 22, 1930, TP 16,495]

LODOR,
Buried in CSA Cem. [NBFM3]

LOGAN, Joab Drewry 23GA; Co. B, 6GA Cav.
Born Sept, 1839 in Union Co., GA. Enl July 10, 1861 in Union Co. in 23GA and afterwards in Co. B, 6GA CAv. Paroled May 12, 1865. Married (1874) Mary Barnett. Res. Chatt where employed as a "machine hand." "Remains found in the ruins of his watch house at Wheland's Foundry about 6 AM Friday, Jan. 17, 1908, when the fire company went there to put out the fire." Buried FH. [TWP, p. 89; NBFM2]

LOMMACK, James Co. A, 5th (McKenzie's) TN Cav.
He enl. Feb. 10, 1863 at Knoxville. Captured Aug. 1, 1863 at Irvine, KY. Age 20 on March 11, 1864 roll. At Fort Delaware, Feb. 27, 1865 for exchange. Paroled May 3, 1865 at Charlotte, NC.

LOMINICK, (or Lominack) James A. Co. B, 4TN Cav.
Before the war, he lived with his parents, P.R. and Melvina Lominick, on a farm near Chatt. He was born about 1843. [1860HC]

LOMINICK, William
Born c1838 in TN, son of David Lommack. [1860 HC]

LONDON, John Co. E, 5TN Cav. (McKenzie's)
Born 1838, in GA. 1910 farmer in James Co. with wife Zana (m. 1903) Mason. Baptist preacher. Died at res. in Appison, Dec. 16, 1923. [1910James Co.; CT Dec. 18, 1923]

LONDON, Martin Van Buren Co. E, 5TN Cav.
Born Murray Co., GA and married (1866) Caroline Whittle. Died in James Co. [TWP 1539]

LONG, James Cozby CSN
Born Dec. 2, 1844, son of John Pomfret and Eliza Smith Long, he resigned from the U.S. Naval Academy to join the Confederate Navy, participating in a number of naval fights and was a member of the crew of Curlew, the Merrimac at Hampton Roads, and the Plymouth. At the close of the war he served as a blockade runner. After the war he attempted a life as an engineer and surveyor in Chatt., but relocated at Mussel Shoals, AL, then Birmingham. He married (1872) Frances Walker. Died Chicago, May 26, 1910. [CT Oct. 12, 1890; GHT, 964; NBFM4]

LONG, John Pomfret
Born in Knoxville Nov. 25, 1807, son of William and Jane Bennett Long. He moved to Ross's Landing as a pioneer settler April 18, 1836 and was one of the three commissioners who laid out the town of Chatt. Until the Civil War he practiced law and was a merchant. He was appointed provost marshal of Chatt. by Gen. J. P. McGown. He served until the Federal occupation. At the approach of the Union army, he went south to prepare a place for his family. Mrs. Long and her sons, John P. Long Jr., Milo Smith Long and Marcus B. Long, with their servant, Aunt Clary, and her daughters, were still in town at the time of the battle of Chickamauga. They were living on South Market St. where the Chatt. Choo-Choo is now located. They had to flee just before their frame house was demolished in the turmoil of the aftermath of the Union loss at Chickamauga. Mrs. Long and her children endured the siege, while staying at the home of her brother, Dr. Milo Smith, on the side of Cameron Hill. She once made a personal appeal for food to Gen. James A. Garfield, the future president. He gave her part of his own food--a piece of hardtack and a piece of white meat. A native of Knoxville, John P. Long was Chatt.'s first postmaster and was city recorder. The Longs lived at West Seventh and Cedar after the war. John P. Long lived in Chatt. until his death in 1889. Eliza Smith Long died in 1900. [CTS; GHT, 961-64]

LONG, John Pomfret Jr. Co. A, 19TN
Born March 4, 1847, he was in Chatt. with his mother, Eliza Smith Long, at time of Chickamauga. Joined the Confederate forces (May 5, 1864), though he was barely old enough to enlist. At the battle of Atlanta, July 22, 1864, he had a foot blown off. Rheumatism developed in his other leg so that it was useless to him. He died March 1, 1880, at age 33 of heart disease at his parents' home in Chatt. [GHT, p. 965]

LORENZEN, Sgt. Auguste A. Co. G, Crescent Regt. of NO
Born May 31, 1840 in Hensburg, Duchy of Schleswig Holstein, Germany. Enl. Mar. 8, 1862 in N.O. Captured Shiloh and imprisoned at Camp Douglas. Exch. and joined Co. L, Consolidated LA Vol. Inf. Captured Laforche, LA Oct 27, 1862 and put aboard prison ship. Exch. Feb. 23, 1863. Wounded in left groin at Mansfield, LA, April, 1864. To Chatt. in 1883. Here through 1900. Occup. bookkeeper. Moved to Norfolk, VA. Died March 4, 1901 and buried CSA Cem. [Booth, 2:793; NBFM2,7]

LOUDENBER, Frank W. Co. A, 2GA
Born Girard, AL, 1849. Enl. 1864, but disch. underage. Rejoined army and surr. at Appomattox. Paroled Aug. 9, 1865. Married Minnie Ingersol Baird. Died March 18, 1905 in Chatt. [TWP 7389]

LOVE, James Cozby
Born in HC. NBF Camp. 1888 living in IL and died in Chicago, May 26, 1910. [NBFM2]

LOVE, Jesse R.
Born 1837, TN Res. 1910, Poplar St. with wife Margarita m(1877). Died there June 30, 1910 and buried Emory Gap. [1910HC; CT July 1, 1910]

LOVEJOY, 3rd Lt. John Co. I, 19TN

LOVEJOY, 2Lt. William H. Co. I, 19TN
He enl. in the spring of 1861 and went from Knoxville to Cumberland Gap, VA where he was taken ill in early Sept., 1863 and left there. When the Union soldiers arrived, he was taken prisoner. Sent to Johnson's Island and released upon taking the oath of allegiance on June 12, 1865. He was then 26 and was 5'8", blue eyes.

LOVELADY, Charles W. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Enl. Aug. 7, 1861 at Cleveland. Res. HC. He took the oath of allegiance on June 3, 1865. Lovelady was 5'5" with a sandy complexion, dark hair and blue eyes.

LOW, Thomas Co. D, 19TN
Born 1839 in TN; married Mary H.; farm laborer in hh of J.W. Watkins at Ooltewah in 1860. [1860 HC Census]

LOWE, Powell H. Co. B, 36TN, Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Dec. 12, 1861 at Ooltewah as transfer from 36TN; deserted Aug. 3, 1862. Baptist. Died Sept. 7, 1920, 78yrs., in Ooltewah. [CT Sept. 8, 1920]

LOWE, Samuel Brunswick
Born about 1828 in Bethel, Fairfield, CT, son of John G. and Naoma Lowe. He built the first iron mill in Chatt. and attempted to manufacture cannon, bridge iron, and armor plates for ships until he was forced to relocate to Selma, AL. He returned to Chatt. after the war, operated a foundry and served as a manufacturer's representative. He also founded Chatt. Paint Co. Presbyterian. His wife was Elsie Elida Tucker whom he married in 1880. Died April 13, 1891 and buried in FH. [CTS; FHR; NBFM7]

LOWE, Wiley K. Co. F, 35TN
Born in HC in 1842, he lived on the family farm near Chatt. until enl. on Sept. 5, 1862. He deserted at Chatt. on Nov. 10, 1862. His parents were M.A. and Rhoda Lowe. He had blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5'10".

LOWREY, Benjamin C.
Born 1840 in GA he married (1867) Eliza Simpter. Died HC. [TWP, p. 78]

LOWREY, John S. Co. C, 3VA
Born April 6, 1844 in Fredericksburg, VA. After joining a heavy artillery unit he transf. to Co. C, 3VA. Res. in St. Elmo and was "valued" employee (machinist) of City Water Co. Wife Georgia. Died at res. at corner of Georgia Ave, and 4th St., July 17, 1911 and buried FH. [1910HC; CT July 18-20, 1911; NBFM2; FHR]

LOWRY, Mark Co. G, 26TN
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Detailed as nurse to Nashville, TN, Oct. 2, 1861.

LUCAS, John Co. D, 37TN
Born in GA c1819. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861, Knoxville. Disch. Nov. 24, 1862 overage.

LUCAS, Cpl. L. R. Co. D, 5TX; Co. I, 4TN Cav.
Born Scott Co., MO, Nov. 24, 1839. Enl. Aug., 1861. Wounded Red Bird Creek, KY and imp. Ft. Delaware 14 months. Wife was Sarah J. Res. 1909 in Chatt. [TP 14,849]

LUKEROY, Samuel Barry's Btry.

LUKEROY, William "Will" Barry's Btry.
Born c1830 in SC, prob. son of Dorcas, he was living at Chatt. when the war broke out. His wife, Elizabeth, was also from SC.

LUMPKIN, Thomas J. Co. H, 48AL
Born Jan. 7, 1839. M.D. Died Nov. 4, 1916 at New England City, TN. [NBFM7]

LUNTSFORD, Benjamin F. Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Dec. 1, 1861, Knoxville. On rolls through Oct., 1863.

LUSK, Elijah Rogers Co. L, 36TN; Co. L, 35TN
Born 1843 in TN, son of Nancy. Enl. Jan. 9, 1862, at Chatt.; transf. to 35TN; teamster with ordnance train.

LUSK, James M. Co. L, 36TN; Co. L, 35 TN
Born about 1842, he was living on a farm near Chatt. with his mother, Nancy Lusk, before the war. Enl. Jan. 9, 1862, at Chatt. He was the company drummer.

LUSK, Monroe R. Co. F, 35TN
Born in 1837 in HC, he was living on a farm near Chatt. with his mother, Nancy Lusk before the war. Enl. on Oct. 1, 1862. He deserted Sept. 6, 1863, at Chatt.

LUTHER, Albert W.
Born 1846, NC. 1910 res. hh of son-in-law John F. Parris, James Co. with wife (m 1866). [1910James Co.]

LUTTRELL, Jacob G. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's); 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Born 1845 in TN. Farmer at Long Savannah, son of C.D. and Isabella. Enl. Aug. 7, 1861. in 1TN Cav. Joined 1CSA Cav. Sept. 10, 1862 in HC. Deserted at Shelbyville, TN, Jan. 23, 1863, but hospitalized at Raleigh, NC, June, 1864.

LUTTRELL, 2Lt. James D. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born c1833. Farmer at Long Savannah. Enl. Aug. 7, 1861, Cleveland, joining his younger brother, Joseph A. [1860HC]

LUTTRELL, Joseph A. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born c1838, he enl. Aug. 7, 1861, Cleveland. He was killed near Dalton, GA, in 1864. Before the war, his family had a farm at Limestone north of Harrison. His parents were C.D. and Isabella Luttrell.

LUTTRELL, Lewis 2Lt. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Enl. Aug. 7, 1861, Cleveland.

LUTTRELL, Louis 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Enl. July 14, 1862 in HC. Hospitalized July, 1863. Paroled May 3, 1865 at Charlotte, NC.

LUTTRELL, William G. Co. I, 5TN Cav.
Born 1842 in TN. Farmer at Long Savannah, son of C.D. and Isabella.

LYERLEY, Sgt. Charles Abner Co. A, 1MS
Born 29 Mch. 1847 in Clark Co., MS. Enl. Apr. 1864 in 1MS. After war became merchant in Enterprise, MS until 1867, then moved to NO where entered the wholesale dry goods business. In 1884 relocated in Jackson, MS, then moved to Chatt. in 1887 and organized Chatt. National Bank. Became treasurer, O.B. Andrews Co; vice president Summerville Cotton Mills, and director of AL Great Southern Railroad and TN Power Co. among a multitude of business interests. Member NBF Camp, 1895. Daughter was Mrs. Z.C. Patten, Jr. Died Aug. 9, 1925, in Chatt. and buried FH. [CT Aug. 10, 1925; NBFM2]

LYLE, Jefferson Young Co. C, 24AL
Born Augusta, GA, Dec. 11, 1838. Married (1859) Sarah Jane West. Enl. 1862. Fought at Corinth, Farmingston, Chick. and Missionary Ridge. Paroled Augusta, GA, May 1, 1865. To TN, 1881. Lyle died Oct. 31, 1923, age 87, at res. on Dodds Ave. and buried CSA Cem. [TWP, 228; CT Nov. 1, 1923; TP 15,481]

LYLE, 2Lt. John Clark's Independent Cav. Co.
Enl. Aug. 31, 1862 at Chatt.; absent without leave May 14, 1863.

LYLE, William G. Co. F, 35TN
Born 1830 in Spartanburg, SC, he was a coal miner in HC when he enl. on Oct. 11, 1862; detailed to work on Nashville and Chattanooga RR, April, 1863. Apparently resident of St. Elmo where he died Jan. 14, 1899. Buried Hooker's Station. [CT, Jan. 15, 1899]

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

LYONS, JAMES A. Co. E, 19TN
Born July 3, 1845 in Knox Co., TN and enl. at Shelbyville May 15, 1863. Wounded July 22, 1864 at Atlanta. Paroled at Greensboro, NC, May 1, 1865. Minister, M. E. Church South living in St. Elmo c1905. [NBFM2]
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MABRY, Thomas M. Co. K, 4GA Reserves
Died at age 67 on Feb. 20, 1908 at residence on Harrison Ave. Buried in Sugar Valley, GA.

MADDEN, John W. Co. D, Phillips GA Legion; 23GA Cav. Bn. (4GA Cav.)
Born Lawrence, SC, 1841. 1903 res. of Hill City. [TP5349]

MAHONEY, John Thomas
Born 1852 in Lawrenceburg, IN and married (1882) Rose Elizabeth Bradley. Died 1929 in HC. [TWP, 307]

MAJORS, John W. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; captured at Baker's Creek, May 16, 1863 and paroled.

MALCOMB, Charles N. Barry's Btry.
Enl. May 24, 1862 at Chatt.; paroled May 11, 1865. in Meridian, MS

MALLOY, James Co. H, 2GA
Born in SC, 1820. Veteran of 3 wars: He lived in TN when this country inhabited by Indians. Shortly before the Indians were moved west he served in several campaigns against troublesome tribes, and was detailed a rept. of the govt. to accompany them when surviving members of the race sent to rservations beyond the Mississippi. He remained there in Indian wars several years. Mexican War veteran; Enl. in Co. H, 2GA in 1861. Carpenter in Chatt. Member NBF Camp, 1896. Died Mar. 3, 1912 and buried Cloud Springs.[NBFM2;CT March 4, 1912]

MALLOY, John Co. B, Phillips GA Legion
Farmer in Rossville, 1889. Member NBF Camp, 1896. Died at his res. in Rossville, Feb., 1909 and buried Chickamauga, GA. [NBFM7]

MANN, James M. Co. B, 5TN Cav.
A Georgia native, he was a Chatt. merchant prior to the war. His wife, Mary, was also from Georgia.

MANNING, Alexander Frederick Co. H, 8GA
Born Richmond, VA, Oct. 18, 1842, his family moved to Rome, GA in 1849. Gt. grandson of Rev. War Gen. W. H. Manning. Enl. May 13, 1861 at Rome. Discharged five times because of medical reasons: measles and tuberculosis. Merchant and Methodist preacher in Chatt. after war. Died at res. on Walnut St., June 9, 1926. Joint funeral at Alton Meth. Ch. with his friend Martin M. Fry. [NBFM2,7;CT June 10, 1926] and buried CSA Cem.[NBFM Feb. 7, 1910]

MANNING, Amos Smith Co. F, 34GA
Born Warren Co., TN, 1827. Enl. May, 1862. Capt. Vicksburg. No record found after paroled. To TN, 1899, from Dade Co., GA. Res. of Sale Creek, 1908, "broken in health." [TP10,687]

MANNING, Dennis J. Co. B, 14GA State Guards
A citizen of Cobb Co., GA and younger brother of John W.
Manning, enl. at Marietta, GA. He came to Chatt. in 1883 and worked as a contractor and builder. He also served as policeman and justice of the peace. He married Florence Baxter. [NBFM2]

MANNING, Orderly Sgt. John W. Co. L, 3AR; Co. B, 14GA
A citizen of Cobb Co., GA, enl. in an Arkansas regiment, then transferred into Phillips GA Legion in which he served with the Army of Northern VA from the Seven Days battles to Appomattox, during which time he was wounded three times. He was paroled at Appomattox.

MANSFIELD, Isaac C. Co. A, 6AL
Born Fort Valley, GA March 23, 1840. Enl at Lumpkin GA in Stewart Grays, afterwards trans. to 6AL. After the war he came to Chatt. and resided on Lookout Mtn. Grain merchant in 1890 He was a Presbyterian and a member of NBF Camp. Wife Sarah K. Pres. Steven Food Co., 1910. Died on Lookout Mtn. Feb. 24, 1913 and buried FH. [CT Feb. 25, 1913; FHR; NBFM2;1910HC]

MAPLES, Henry Co. B, 36TN; Co. K, 43TN
Transferred Dec. 12, 1861 into Co. K, 43TN at Ooltewah from 36TN; deserted.

MAPLES, W. J. Barry's Btry.
Deserted June-July, 1864 [Brown Diary].

MARSH, Charles Wesley Lee Light Arty
Born Aug. 17, 1843 in Campbell Co. VA. Enl. June 7, 1861 in Lee Light Artillery (Capt. Charles I. Raine). Captured Spotsylvania Court House in May, 1864. Pattern maker in Chatt. Married (1872) Amanda Huey. Died at his home on E. 4th St. May 29, 1922 and bur. FH. [NBFM2,7; TWP, 221]

MARSH, Edwin
A prominent merchant at Chatt. prior to the war, he supplied uniforms and completely equipped the company organized by Francis Marion Walker. It was first called the "Marsh Blues" in his honor. It was mustered into service as Co. I of the 19th TN Infantry.
Marsh was born at Chatham Co., NC, in 1824, the son of Spencer Marsh. The family moved to Covington, GA, when Edwin Marsh was eight. In Chatt., he and William Adolphus Moore operated the Moore and Marsh dry goods and grocery business. This firm stayed open as long as possible, but the partners finally had to flee to Georgia. Edwin Marsh went directly to Atlanta, where he bought an interest in the Southern Confederate newspaper. After the war, he and Moore were reunited in Atlanta. In 1864, they opened "the first and largest wholesale dry goods house in Atlanta."

MARTIN, Alfred Douglas Cpl. Co. K, 43TN; 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Born Sept. 1, 1844, in TN, son of Russell M. and Mary Rogers Martin. Enl. Feb. 1, 1862 at Ooltewah; enl. Sept. 20, 1862 in HC in 2CSA Cav.; Capt. at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled; fair complexion, dark hair, gray eyes, 5'10" tall. 1870 at Ooltewah, wife Martha. Detailed May, 1864 as messenger for division QM. Paroled May 3, 1865 at Charlotte, NC. Married Virginia Ann Dill Ramsey and later Maggie Ivey. Lived in Atlanta after war and died there at CSA Soldiers home, May 19, 1925. Had 14 children.

MARTIN, E. H. Co. D, 60GA
Born in Whitfield Co., GA in 1861. Enl. 1861. Wounded 2d Manassas and Fredricksburg. Capt. Sept. 14, 1864 and imprisoned at Johnson's Island. To TN c1885. Leg amputated in 1901 as result of war wounds. Res. Ooltewah, James Co. [TP3726]

MARTIN, Elisha Russell (Rogers?) 2nd Co. K, 1CSA Cav.
Born 1840, son of Russell Martin and Mary Rogers, he was named for his grandfather, Elisha Rogers. Enl. Sept. 20, 1862 in HC and served four years under cavalry leader Joe Wheeler. He was sent on secret mission behind Federal lines and reported captured. After the war, he was a leading Democrat and was active in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He married Catherine Eliza Rogers and they had five sons and five daughters. The family home was on Dry Valley Road in Red Bank. He died March 28, 1900, and was buried in the old family cemetery near Sawyers. [CT March 29, 1900].

MARTIN, Fletcher Burr Co. H, 11TN Cav.
Born April 1, 1847 in Warren Co., TN, son of Jesse Martin who also fought for the CSA. Enl. at McMinnville and served under Gen. Dibbrell to the last days of the war, escorting President Davis through Georgia. He was paroled at Washington, GA May 10, 1865. In banking business in Tullahoma and came to Chatt. about 1911. Died at his home on Oak St. Jan. 23, 1920 and buried Tullahoma. [NBFM2; CTJan. 29.20]

MARTIN, Sgt. George A. Co. K, 43TN
Born Anderson Co., TN in 1837, he was a farmer who enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooletwah; discharged Nov. 12, 1862.

MARTIN, George Washington Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Sept. 16, 1862 at Whitesides; had enl. previously June 24, 1861 at Jackson, TN with Gen. W. H. Carroll; transf. from dismounted cav., July 22, 1863; paroled May 1, 1865 at Greensboro, NC.

MARTIN, Henry Neal
Born Woodville, MS, Oct. 10, 1844, son of Dr. Henry Martin. Grad of VMI. Enl. Aprl, 1861. 2Lt. AADC, staff of Earl Van Dorn, then promoted for gallantry at Baker's Creek to Capt., AAG, on staff of Stephen D. Lee, 1863-1864. Practiced law in Jackson, MS until 1867, then moved to Vicksburg and became a merchant. Then relocated in New Orleans where he was a cotton factor. Mason. To Chatt. in 1887 and became a real estate agent. Died in Phila., PA, July 11, 1890 and buried New Orleans. [CRUTE, CSA staff, 118; NBFM2, 2, 7]

MARTIN, Isaac Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; died March 28, 1863. [Lindsley, 528]

MARTIN, James M. Co. K, 43TN
Born and raised in Meigs. Enl. Nov. 10, 1862 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled; fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes; 6' tall. [CT May 2, 1897 shows a J. M. Martin born and raised in Meigs who moved to Chatt. in 1886; Presbyterian; died May 2, 1897 in Chatt., 71y, buried Beason's Cem.[CT May 2, 1897]]

MARTIN, James Madison Co. K, 43TN
Born Oct. 4, 1841, Charleston, TN. Enl. Nov. 10, 1862 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled; fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes; 6' tall. Married 1867, HC, Minerva Joanna Coulter. Died April 2, 1892, HC.

MARTIN, John A. Co. K, 43TN
Born 1833 in Cocke Co., he was a farmer who enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah. Injured shoulder and captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled; again captured at Bunker Hill, VA, July 14, 1864; imprisoned at Camp Chase; fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, 5' 10" tall. Res. Marion Co., 1900.

MARTIN, John S. 9GA Arty. Bn.
Born May 6, 1843 in Madison, GA. Enl. Jan., 1862 in 9GA Arty. Bn. Wounded Chickamauga. To Chatt. in early 1870's and became grocer and grain merchant. Married Kate Kilpatrick. Methodist. Member NBF Camp, 1895-96. Died May 6, 1912 on his birthday at his res on E. 8th and buried FH. [FHR; NBFM2;CT May 7, Nov. 1912]

MARTIN, L. G. "Gould" Co. F, A, 5TN Cav.
Res. of HC. Enl. Aug. 24, 1861, Camp Cummings. Age 24 on March 11, 1864 roll. Present on rolls through 1864. Detached by order of Gen. Hume in June, 1864 for service in East TN. Living in HC in 1910. Died Aug. 14, 1913 at Shepherd, TN and buried in Concord Cem. 72y. [CSR; Pension Application #12869 for service in 5th (McKenzie's) TN Cav. [CTJan. 2, 1910, Aug. 15, 1913; TP12879]

MARTIN, Sgt. Richard Co. F, 35TN; Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Born in 1834 in Warren Co., Tenn., he was farming in HC when he enl. on Oct. 1, 1862. He is listed as a deserter in September 1863, but returned to duty as a calvaryman, receiving "3 Sabre wounds on head" at Charleston, TN. His father, Tavise Martin, was from NC, and his mother, Cynthia Martin, from VA. 1870 at Wauhatchie.

MARTIN, Washington Coanane
Died in Federal prison camp in Jackson, MS and buried there. Married Matilda.

MARTIN, William Co. F, 35TN
Enl. Oct. 5, 1862 at Chatt.; detailed to work on Nashville and Chatt. RR, April 8, 1863. Pay stopped while on this detail. Deserted Dec., 1863 at Tunnel Hill, GA.

MARTIN, William Augustine Co. K, 1AL Cav.
Born in Madison, GA, May 18, 1839, son of John Bryan Martin, he was a Montgomery, AL businessman who enl. in the Montgomery Mounted Rifles early in 1861. Served at Pensacola, then in the fighting around Corinth, MS, Martin was severely wounded, crippling him for life. In 1866 he moved to Chatt. and with his brothers built up a wholesale grain business. Married Elmira Smith. He married (1877) Alice Gillespie and died April 29, 1887 and was buried at FH. [CTS; FHR; NBF Minutes; Hale, Tenn., 8:2457-58]

MARYE, Lawrence Slaughter "Hampden Artillery"; staff officer
Born at Fredericksburg, VA c. 1825, son of John Lawrence Slaughter and Ann Maria Burton Marye. Attended Hampton-Sidney College and Univ. of VA. Practiced law in Richmond, VA. Served in 1861 as lieutenant in Hampden Arty.; capt. of ordnance under W. W. Loring, and later for Jubal Early and John S. Williams. In 1864 became Inspector of Ordnance under John C. Pemberton. Lived in Shelby County, TN before coming to Chatt. in 1872. Practiced law here until 1877 when he moved to Lynchburg, VA and became editor of the Virginian. Represented Hamilton County in TN Gen'l Assembly, 1875-77. Died after 1881. [BDTA, 2:607; Crute, CSA Staff Officers.]

MASSENGALE, David L.(C.) Co. F, 19TN
Born 1824 in TN. 1860 farmer at Chatt. with wife Susan and 8 children. [1860HC]

MASSENGALE, George Pierce Co. I, 19TN
Born c1844. Though only 17, he followed his older brothers into the Confederate service, enl. in Co. A, Oct. 20, 1861, Cumberland Gap. At Corinth. Became sgt. in QM Dept. and was wounded in the fighting at Chickamauga, falling at his father's farm. He was left among the dead, but survived. CSR: "having been recommended for position of Adjutant of Whitfield's Texas Legion Cav., will report to officer commanding Whitfield's Legion."

MASSENGALE, Henry White
A former mayor of Chatt., he was exempt from war service, but he was an enthusiatic supporter of the Southern cause. He gave a large amount of gold for Confederate bonds at the first offering. Three of his sons, Henry White Masengale, Thomas Masengale, and George Pierce Massengale, served with the Confederate forces. His daughter, Laura Massengale, gave the presentation speech at the Central Hotel at Fifth and Market when the company organized by William Ragsdale marched away to war. Born at Wrightsboro, Ga., in 1808, he married Rebecca Lowe in 1832. She was descended from a prominent Virginia family. The Massengales moved to Chatt. and built a brick house south of town. This house was later purchased by John A. Lee when the Massengales moved to a farm by Chickamauga Creek in Walker Co., Ga. The Massengales were slaveowners and had a large vineyard.

MASSENGALE, Major Henry White Jr.
Born 1835 in GA, son of Henry White and Rebecca Lowe. He was an officer with the 19th TN. The elder Massengale was a mayor of Chatt.

MASSENGALE (MASSINGALE), J. T. Co. H, 4TN Cav. (Ashby's);
Wounded in battle of Murfreesboro; with 2TN at Tunnel Hill, GA, March 12, 1864; transferred to Co. F, 5TN Cav. Bn.

MASSENGALE, Thomas
The son of former Chatt. mayor Henry White Massengale, he was quick to join the Southern army.

MASSENGALE, William Co. H, 4TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Married (Aug. 10, 1861) Martha C. Davis. Killed during Wheeler's 1864 raid.

MASSEY, James S. Barry's Btry.
Enl. Sept. 24, 1862. at Chatt.; paroled May 11, 1865 in Meridian, MS.

MASSEY, T. L. Barry's Btry.

MASTELLA (MASTELLER, MASTELLET), M. D. Co. G, 4GA
Born Cherokee Co. GA, 1847. Enl. May 20, 1864 at Atlanta. Paroled May 20, 1865 at Montgomery, AL. 1904 res., Apison, James Co. [TP3980]

MASTELLA (MASTELLER, MASTELLET), W. P. Co. G, 4TN

MASTON, Cpl. Samuel D. Co. D, 37TN
Age 50 in 1861; enl. June 24, 1861 at Knoxville; discharged Aug. 15, 1862.

MATHIS (MATHES), Obediah Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; deserted March 2, 1862.

MATHIS, William B. Co. H, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Born c1844. Enl. Aug. 6, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas. Sick in hosp., Atlanta, Aug. 31, 1863. Bell Hosp., Nov. 1, 1863. absent without leave, Jan. 1-13, 1864. Deserted near Atlanta, Aug. 13, 1864.

MATLOCK, Christopher Chatt. Home Guards

MATTELL, Jacob Co. I, 19TN
A shoe cobbler, he was born in Sardinia c1822. Married Frederica Schneitman and came to Chatt. with the Schneitmans. Enl. May 20, 1861, Knoxville. Went home sick on furlough and disch. May 27, 1862.

MAURICE, M. Barry's Btry.
Died at Pollard, March 6, 1863 [Lindsley].

MAXWELL, Albert Co. K, 43TN
Born 1836 in HC, son of William and Elizabeth Maxwell, who were from NC. Prior to the war, he lived on a farm at Zion Hill south of Ooltewah. Enl. Nov. 10, 1862, at Ooltewah; slightly wounded at Mossy Creek, TN, and was captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863, and paroled. He married in James Co. Caroline Gray and died in James Co.[TWP, p. 153;TP6394]

MAXWELL, Hiram L. Co. B, 36TN; Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Dec. 10, 1861 at Ooltewah; transf. from 36TN; died at Vicksburg, July 1, 1863. [Lindsley, 528]

MAXWELL, Holder Barry's Btry.
Enl. Oct. 1, 1862. at Knox.; capt. 7, 1864 in Ham. Co., TN [Brown's Diary]; took USA oath; 5'11"; DK complx; DK hr.; DK eyes.

MAXWELL, Cpl. James M. Co. L, 36TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 at Chatt.

MAXWELL, Cpl. John Co. K, 43TN
He enl. along with his older brother, Albert Maxwell, at Ooltewah on Nov. 10, 1862. Like his brother, he was captured at Vicksburg on July 4, 1863, and was paroled. His parents were William and Elizabeth Maxwell. Res. Ooltewah, 1870, wife Narcissus.

MAXWELL, M. C. (C. M.) Co. G, 26TN
Enl. July 8, 1861 at Knoxville; Died at hospital in Nashville Nov. 15, 1861.

MAYBERRY (MABRY), Arch Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Dec. 12, 1861 at Ooletwah, having transf. from 36TN;
captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863; paroled.

MAYBERRY (MABRY), Stephen H. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. July 1, 1862 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863; florid complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5'10" tall.

MAYES, Noble Irven
Born Sweetwater, TN, May 6, 1846 and enl. 1862 in Lynchburg, VA in CS Military Express Service and served in that capacity in VA until the war ended. 1867-82, practiced law in Sweetwater; 1884-1913, real estate in Chatt. Presbyterian. Died at res. on 4th St, July 21, 1926 and buried FH.[NBFM2,8]

MEDLOCK, Cpl. John V. Co. F, 35TN
Born 1843 in Knox County, TN; farmer in HC when enl. Jan. 9, 1862; black eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5'5" tall.

MEE, William Co. K, 19TN
Born 1830 in NC. Wife Martha, bn. NC. Farm laborer at Harrison, 1860. Had recently moved to HC from NC. Enl. June 4. 1861, Knoxville. Wounded at Adamsville, GA, May 17, 1864. Paroled Apr. 26, 1865. [1860HC]

MEEHAN, Capt. James CSN
Born Covington, KY. Engaged in railroading before the war. "During the war he was in Cuba as foreman of extensive machine shops. From there he went to Vera Cruz, Mexico where he filled a responsible executive railway position." Returned to US in 1865 and continued in the railroad business. Came to Chatt. in 1879 as superintendent of motive power for the Alabama Great Southern. In 1889 he founded Ross-Meehan Foundry in Chatt. "A typical Irish-American, a gentleman of ready wit, of most engaging manner, and of most remarkable mechanical and business abilities." Meehan married Eleanor Childs. Died Feb. 28, 1908 in Hyde Park, OH, near Cincinnati.

MELTON, Andrew J. Co. I, 19TN
Enl. May 20, 1861 in Knoxville, though from Walker Co., Ga. He died in March, 1862 at Corinth.[Worsham, p. 49]

MERRIMAN, Wiley Co. K, 4TN Cav. (Murray's)
Born 1839 in TN, son of Margaret. Farm laborer.

MELTON, George Washington Co. K, 27AL
Born HC July 14, 1835. Enl. Jan. 8, 1862. Married P. J. (1860). Res. 1906 in Blackfox, Bradley Co. where he died July 12, 1909. [TP 8,249; TWP 2820]

METCALF, Francis M. Co. C, 19AL
Born in AL. Wounded at Murfreesboro, Glasgow, KY, and Kennesaw Mtn. To HC in 1884. Res. 1899 in Ridgedale where he was unable to work.[TP1906]

MICKEY, John H. [NBFM3]

MIDDLETON, Capt. Hugh Montgomery Co. H, 39GA
Born Aug. 20, 1835 near Cunningham, Forsyth Co., GA, son of Capt. John and Matilda Middleton. Moved with parents to Chattooga Co. in 1838. and married (1861) Mary A. Carter. Helped organize and became 3Lt of Co. H, 39GA. Prom. to captain in 1864. Fought at Champions Hill, Bridgeport, AL, Vicksburg and Missionary Ridge Captured Feb. 22, 1864 at Summerville and imp. at Ft. Delaware. After war ret to Summerville, then moved to Louisville KY. Relocated in Chatt. in 1890. Member of County Court. Presby. NBF Camp, 1894. Mason. Died March 28, 1903 at res. on McCallie Ave. and buried Citizens Cem. [TWP, p. 101; CT March 30, 1903; NBFM6]

MILLER, Burris R. Co. F, 2TN
Born March 12, 1843 in Rutherford Co., NC. Enl. April 21, 1861. Tranferred to Polk's Brig., PRC Div. Wounded at Richmond, KY and Chick. Captured at Peachtree Creek and sent to Camp Douglas and held till June, 1865. He came to Chatt. "soon after the war." Married Laura E. Palmer in Shelby Co. in 1885. Employed by Miller Bros. since 1895. Methodist. Died at res. on Georgia Ave., May 4, 1904 and buried CSA Cem. [CT May 5, 1904; TWP, 313; NBFM2]

MILLER, C. P. Co. H, 26TN
Born c1821. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Morton, IN. Left in Chatt. Oct. 5, 1862.

MILLER, Thomas Barry's Btry.
Enl. April 26, 1862. at Chatt.; deserted at Chatt. April 31,[sic] 1862.

MILLER, Thomas Anderson Co. K, 43TN
Born 1836 in Roane Co. Enl. Nov. 10, 1862 at Ooltewah; wounded in knee by minie ball and captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled. Returned to Bradley Co. in 1865, left in 1869, but returned about 1880. Married (1887) Rhoda or Matilda Shannon. Lead removed from his wound in 1890 but he continued to suffer until his death. Res. Hill City in 1903.[TWP, p. 115;TP5731]

MILLIGAN, Alexander
Veteran of Mexican and Civil Wars. Friend of Gov. Bate. [NBFM4]

MILLIROUS, Jackson Co. D, 60GA
Enl. April 18, 1861. Real estate agent in Chatt, 1887. [NBFM2]

MILLS, Charles H.
Born c1826 in MD. Colonel, CSA. Wife was Sallie E. Wholesale and retail merchant Chatt. in 1870. Buried FH. [CT July 31, 1916]

MILLS, John W. 26TN; 3TN (Vaughan's)
Born June 17, 1828 in Bedford Co., VA of VA parents. Enl. Aug., 1861. Badly injured at Lick Creek, Greene Co., TN. To Chatt. from Knoxville in 1874. By 1901 was unemployed carpenter. 1910 boarding Whiteside St. with wife Lucille (m. 1866). Buried FH. [TP3253; 1910HC]

MILTON, Harvey Oliver Co. F, 44AL; 15AL
Born Edgefield Dist., SC, Nov. 28, 1832. Enl. June 1862 in Co. F, 44AL. Seven Days. Became asst. surgeon and served at Texas Hosp. in Richmond for 11 months. Assigned to 15AL. After Chickamauga occup. in examining conscripts. "While having charge of a Confederate conscript camp in Macon he met and married Miss Sarah Fort, sister of Col. Tom and Miss Kate Fort of Chatt." To Chatt. after war and lived here till 1894. Physician in Chatt. ca 1890. On Chickamauga and Chatt. National Park Committee. Died Nov. 7, 1906 in Knoxville and buried FH. [FHR; CT Nov. 8-9, 1906; NBFM2]

MINIARD, Thomas R.
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862, in Co. L, 36TN at Chatt.; transf. to Co. L, 35TN. Absent without leave since Aug. 16, 1863.

MINNIS, John A. Co. H, 4TN Cav.; 8TN Cav.
Born 1813, Franklin Co., NC. Married Catherine Abrams. Practiced law in White Co. before moving to Chatt. where he also practiced. Member of Genl. Assembly, 1847-49 and rept. HC in TN Senate, 1859-61. Resettled at Memphis just before the war. Enl. 8TN Cav., Oct. 20, 1862, Tullahoma and became regimental adjutant same day. Capt. Sumner Co., March 11, 1863 and imp. Louisville and Johnson's Island until exchange Feb. 24, 1865. After war, returned to Memphis, then came back to Chatt. before relocating in Greenville, AL, 1867. To Montgomery, AL, 1869, becoming Atty. for Middle Dist. of AL, 1870-74; City Judge of Montgomery, 1874-80. Died Aug., 1886.

MITCHELL, (1) Barry's Btry.
Deserted, Brown's Diary.

MITCHELL, (2) Barry's Btry.
Deserted, Brown's Diary.

MITCHELL, A. T. Co. F, 16Tn
Member NBF Camp, 1895. Died July 7, 1920. Buried CSA Cem. [NBFM2]

MITCHELL, Adam R. Co. H, 2TN Cav.(Ashby's)
Born c1830. 1870, carpenter in Chatt., wife Sarah A. Buried CSA Cem.

MITCHELL, Charles Co. F, MS Vols.

MITCHELL, E. Barry's Btry.
Deserted, Brown's Diary.

MITCHELL, Flavius J. 5TN Cav.
Took the USA oath of allegiance on February 13, 1864. He had a florid complexion, light hair, blue eyes and was 5'8" tall.

MITCHELL, James
(may be J.C. Mitchell who was 26 in 1860 with wife Nancy J. at Ooltewah).

MITCHELL, John Co. F, 35TN
Born 1831 in Claiborne, TN, he was a Chatt. merchant
when he enl. Jan. 1, 1863. Blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion, 6'1".

MITCHELL, John
(may be John Mitchell with wife Elizabeth who was barkeeper at Chatt. in 1860)

MITCHELL, O. K. Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Wounded at Murfreesboro, Jan. 1, 1863.

MITCHELL, R. C. Co. A, 5th (McKenzie's) TN Cav.
He enl. Aug. 29, 1861 at Camp Cumming. Captured at Wallace's Crossroads, Sept., 1862. Paroled May 3, 1865 at Charlotte, NC.

MITCHELL, Thomas A. Co. F, 35Tn
Born in 1840 in Hall County, GA, he was a farmer in HC when he enl. Jan. 1, 1863. He deserted Aug. 21, 1863, at Graysville, AL. He had gray eyes, light hair, a fair complexion and stood 5'10" tall. His father apparently died before the war. His mother was Jane Mitchell.

MITCHELL, Capt. Thomas R. Co. F, 35TN
Born in 1834 in White Co., TN, he was a lawyer in Chatt. when he enl. Oct. 1, 1862. The young lawyer "recruited forty-two men for his "Mountain Rifles," which became Company F." Mitchell became AIG on the staff of Brig. Gen. Lucius E. Polk, Oct. 7, 1863. Killed near Shelbyville, TN, Dec., 1864. Brown eyes, dark hair, a light complexion and was 6' tall. Wife was Mary E. Mitchell. [WF]

MONDS, Capt. A. M. Co. L, 36TN, Co. L, 35TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862, in Co. L, 36TN at Chatt.; transferred to Co. L, 35TN. [Jennie (1852-1873) and Walter (1889-1915) buried in Cit. Cem.]

MONTAGUE, John R. Co. I, 19TN
Enl. May 20, 1861 at Knoxville, then to Cumberland Gap, VA. Montague was a carpenter and a mechanic. He was killed at Shiloh on April 7, 1862. He was originally from Vermont.

MONTGOMERY, Capt. David Nelson Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Successor to John A. Teenor as captain. Captured at Piedmont, VA, on June 5, 1864. He was sent to Camp Morton, then to Johnson's Island on June 20, 1864. He was released on May 19. After the war, he resided at Talladega, AL. Prior to the conflict, he lived at Harrison with his wife, Mary J. The Montgomerys were from NC. He was born c1829.

MONTGOMERY, Sgt. George W. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Capt. June 5, 1864, at Piedmont, Va., he was received on the James River for exchange on March 23, 1865 and paroled on March 28. He went to a hospital at Richmond for treatment of smallpox. Before the war, he lived with his parents, George and Sarah Montgomery, on a farm at Snow Hill. The elder George Montgomery was a native of KY. George W. Montgomery was born about 1841. Res. in OK in 1912.

MONTGOMERY, Lt. Col. John G. M. 5TN Cav.(McKenzie's).
Born c1836 and res. Chatt. before war. Enl. Feb. 15, 1862, Cleveland and elected Capt. same day. Elected major, May 24, 1862. Res. Smithville, Lee Co., GA. Died June 15, 1904 in Cartersville, GA.[CT 6.17.04]

MONTGOMERY, Joseph E. Co. A, 16TN Cav. Bn.
Born March 29, 1846 in Roane Co., son of Alexander Montgomery. After war farmed in Roane and OK before coming to Chatt. in 1889. Methodist. Married Jennie Whittenburg. Buried Chatt. Memorial Park. [CT July 21.37; 1910HC]

MONTGOMERY, Matthew Houston Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born 1844 in HC of TN parents. Enl. July, 1862. Paroled May, 1865 near Talladega, AL. Married (1900 HC) Susan Elizabeth Mahan. Farmer in James Co., 1910. Died April 24, 1920, age 76, at home near Ooltewah and buried Montgomery Fam. Cem. [TWP, 300; TP3253; CT April 25, 1920; 1910 James Co.]

MONTGOMERY, W. F. Co. F, 39GA
Born Forsyth Co., GA in 1838. Pvt., March 4, 1862. Capt. V'burg. Wounded Bridgeport, AL. Deserted Dec. 10, 1863. 1901 res. HC. [TP3676; Henderson, 305]

MOORE, Alexander Fitzgerald
Born 1835 in HC and married (1864) Elizabeth Hightower. Died 1911 in HC. [TWP, 252]

MOORE, Orderly Sgt. Alexander N. (M.) Barry's Btry.
Enl. April 25, 1862. at Chatt.; Disabled in Knoxville in early part of war and transferred to Post Office Dept.

MOORE, Lt. Col. Beriah Frazier 19TN
Born c1838 in TN, son of Antipas and Rebecca Frazier Moore. A promising young attorney, res. in 1860 in hh of Tom Crutchfield, he was a bachelor, "a large, handsome man of austere countenance." He led one of the two large companies out of Chatt. in 1861 (the "Marsh Blues"). A member of Co. A, 19TN, he had risen to 2Lt. and then Lt. Col. He was at Shiloh, Corinth and in the fighting around Vicksburg as well as Murfreesboro and Baton Rouge before moving on to Chatt. where he was killed at Missionary Ridge. His body was moved to the Frazier cemetery in Rhea County. [Worsham, p. 101; 1860HC; CT Oct. 4, 1906]

MOORE, Erasmus D. Asst. Surgeon, Barry's Btry.

MOORE, Hewlitt S. Chaplain
Born 1829 in SC, he was pastor of the First Baptist Church at Chatt. from 1857 until the outbreak of the war, when he volunteered as chaplain in one of the first Confederate regiments that was formed. After the war, he settled on a farm at Chickamauga Station. He resided there except for a few years when he was pastor of a church at Ringgold, Ga. He died March 6, 1902, leaving a widow and seven children. [CT March 7, 1902]

MOORE, J. L. Co. K, 43TN
Born c1830, he and wife Nancy had a farm at Harrison before the war. Enl. Oct. 10, 1862, at Ooltewah. Capt. at Vicksburg on July 6, 1863, and paroled. [1860HC]

MOORE, J. W. Co. A, 34AL
Born Russell Co., AL, 1846. Atlanta Camp. Deserted at Rutledge, TN and took USA oath at Knoxville, Oct., 1864, although claimed he was at Franklin, capt. and imprisoned Camp Douglas. To TN, 1916. Res. Rossville, TN, 1917. [TP 15,245]

MOORE, James
Born 1840, in TN, of TN parents. Laborer in foundry, 1910. Boarder on Carter St. African-American.[1910HC]

MOORE, John Co. A, 19TN
Captured at Missionary Ridge; brother of Col. B. F. Moore. [Worsham, pp. 101, 204.]

MOORE, Lemuel J. Co. B, Wm. Walker's Bn., Thomas Legion
Born c1842, Monroe Co., TN; res. Cherokee Co., GA; Dec. 20, 1842. Enl. Thomas' Legion of Indians and Highlanders which was organized at Knoxville, Sept., 1862. Present through Aug. 1862; absent without leave Nov.-Dec. 1862; present Jan. 1863-Feb. 1864. Capt. at Battle of Piedmont, June, 5, 1864 and imp. Camp Morton, IN until May, 1865. 1st Sgt. Res. Chatt., 1907. [TP9019]

MOORE, Nicholas Gibbs Co. I, 19TN
Born 1844 in TN, son of Antipas and Rebecca. He was wounded at Missionary Ridge, while his brother, Beriah Frazier Moore, was killed nearby. He had been enl. at Chatt. on Oct. 3, 1862, by William Spears. Moore was captured at Graysville, GA, on June 12, 1864. He was sent to Louisville, Ky., and then on to Rock Island, IL. Afterwards, he rejoined the army and was hospitalized at Richmond, VA in March of 1863. He surrendered at Asheville, NC on May 6, 1865. He was 6' tall with blue eyes.[CSR; RI ledger; 1860HC]

MOORE, Richard
Born 1847, GA. Res. in hh of son-in-law Fred Nelson on White Oak Rd., 1910. Laborer. African-American.

MOORE, Robert
Born 1835 in HC, he married (1858) Julia Ann Davis. He died 1909 in HC.[TWP, p. 87]

MOORE, W. H. Co. K, 43TN
Born c1835, he had a farm at Harrison with his wife, Isabella, before the war. Enl. Oct. 10, 1862, at Ooltewah and deserted Nov. 8, 1862. [1860HC]

MOORE, WILLIAM A. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
Born and raised in HC, he was engaged in the mercantile and milling business in Mt. Airy before enlisting Sept. 24, 1862. As a member of Morgan's Cavalry he fought in ten engagements and was sent on secret mission behind Federal lines and supposedly captured. He married 1) Menerva Myers and 2) Rosa Blalock. Baptist. He died Sept. 1, 1917 in Dunlap, TN and was buried in Rankin Cem. [CT Sept. 2.17]

MOORE, William L. Co. B, 19TN
Capt. at Cleveland, TN, Nov. 24, 1863 and imprisoned at Rock Island. Enl. in USN and sent to rendezvous Jan. 28, 1864.[RI ledger]

MORELAND, John A.(E.) Co. G, 26TN; Barry's Btry.
Born Jan. 21, 1842 in Jackson Co., AL. Res. 1860 in hh of D.C. Hamill in Chatt. Enl. July 8, 1861; sick at Bowling Green, KY, Jan. 23, 1862. Capt. at Ft. Donelson. After e, xchange transf. May 15, 1862 to Barry's Btry. at Chatt.; fought at Jackson, MS; Resaca, New Hope Church, Peachtree Creek, Atlanta, Jonesboro, Spanish Fort. Paroled May 11, 1865 a, t Meridian, MS. Carpenter in N. Rossville, TN., 1907. [NBFM2, TP 9314;1860HC]

MORELAND, John H. 2nd Co. D, 26TN; 1CSA (GA)
Enl. Feb. 18, 1863 in Ringgold, GA. Sent to General Hospital, Chatt., Aug. 9, 1863. Captured at Lafayette, GA, Dec. 22, 1863 and imprisoned at Rock Island. USA oath July 27, 1864. Res. of HC. Fair Complx, brown hair, blue eyes, 5'6".

MORELAND, Ransom Co. F, 35TN
Born 1826 in Buncombe Co., NC, he was a farmer in
HC when he enl.; deserted at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863; brown eyes, light hair, dark complexion, 5'4" tall.

MORELAND, Cpl. Thomas J. Barry's Btry.
Born May 19, 1838 in Monroe Co. TN. Enl. Oct. 3, 1862. at Knox.; promoted to cpl.; paroled May 11, 1865 at Meridian, MS. Farmer. Res. 1888, Rossville, GA; member NBF, 2/08. [NBFM2,4]

MORELAND, William J. 2nd Co. D, 26TN; 2d. D, 1CSA (GA)
Born in Gilmer Co., GA. Enl. Aug. 18, 1862, Ft. Gaines, AL. Disch. at Mobile on surgeon's certificate of disability, Feb. 10, 1863. Farmer. Dark complx, black eyes, auburn hr, 5'.

MORGAN, A. J. Co. A, 1GA
Res. 1910 in HC. [TP11, 859 (J. H. Smith's)]

MORGAN, Isaac C., Sr.
Of Cumberland Co., TN he was a surgeon in Bragg's army. Res. in Chatt. Constable in 14th Civil Dist. [NBFM2]

MORGAN, Isaac C., Jr. Co. C, 35TN
Res. Chatt. Constable in 14th Civil Dist. [NBFM2]

MORGAN, J. T. Thomas's Brigade, Hill's Division, ANV
1845-1882. Buried CSA Cem.

MORGAN, James M. Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Died in prison.

MORGAN, Joseph R. Co. D, 37TN
Born c1836. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861, Knoxville. Wounded at Perryville, Oct. 8, 1862. and wounded again at Vineville. hosp. Chatt. Prom. 5th Sgt., Feb. 15, 1863. Prom. 1st Sgt. Died of wounds at Empire Hosp. near Macon, Oct. 3, 1864. Killed in battle (Lindsley).

MORGAN, Silas Marion Co. G, 3TN
Born 1840 in McMinn Co. Enl. May 7, 1861. Married (1867) Mahala Givens. Res. 1870 in McMinn Co. Moved to HC and was living in Falling Water, 1900, crippled with rheumatism and supported "by the labor of my wife and two youngest children." Died 1908 in HC. [NBF2; TWP, p. 53;TP2444]

MORRIS (MORRISSEY, MORRISON), John Barry's Btry.
Enl. March 16, 1863. at Chatt. as substitute; capt. July 17, 1863 near Jackson, MS; died of pneumonia Feb. 16, 1864 as POW, Camp Morton, IN; bur. Green Lawn Cem., Camp Morton.

MORRIS, Joseph Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)
Killed Aug. 31, 1862 (Lindsley).

MORRIS, Kittrell H. Co. F, 10GA
[NBFM1]

MORRIS, Luther A. Co. B, 35MS
Born Perry Co., AL, Sept. 21, 1845. Enl. winter, 1863. Atlanta Camp., Ordnance Dept. and captured at Ft. Blakely, Apr. 9, 1865 and imprisoned Ship Island. To TN, 1883. Res. of East Chatt. 40yrs. Pastor Taylor St. Baptist Church. Died Feb. 9, 1924 in Chatt. and buried FH.[TP 10,737; 1910HC; Feb. 10, 1924 CT]

MORRIS, Rufus Monroe Co. A, 36GA
Born July 14, 1848 in Gordon Co. GA. Enl. Jan. 15, 1862 in Co. A, 36GA. Capt. at Vicksburg and imp. Camp Morton. To Chatt. ca. 1893. Newspaper publ., farming interests in North GA and AL, merchant, real estate, and member of HC court. Baptist, Mason. Died Dec. 11, 1927 in Chatt. and buried FH. [NBFM2,8,10; CT Dec. 12, 1927]

MORRIS, Sgt. Wilburn Co. H, 7TN
Born Lebanon, TN, Oct. 19, 1836, he moved to Chatt. early, becoming a "pioneer" settler. Enl. May 20, 1861 at Lebanon, TN. He was severely wounded at Seven Pines and served the remainder of the war in the Treasury Dept. Paroled Washington, GA, May, 1865. He came to Chatt. in 1874 and was a merchant, remaining until 1879 when he became involved in timber and real estate business in East Tennessee. Returned to Chatt. at his retirement and died here Jan. 17, 1911 and was buried at FH. Married Miss Darden of Knoxville and after her death m. (1880) Mrs. W. G. Anderson (Lou Hoskins). Baptist. Res. Lansing St. [CT Jan. 18, 1911; FHR; 1910HC; NBFM2; TP6781]

MORRISON, E. J. Co. D, 5TN; Co. D, 35TN
Born Warren Co., TN, 1842. Enl. Sept. 6, 1861. Shiloh, Richmond, KY, Perryville, M'boro, Chick.; paroled Washington Co., GA, May, '65. Res. East Lake, 1906.[TP8541]

MORRISON, George W. Co. I, 26TN
Born March, 1840, TN. Res. with wife Lucinda 1910 in Soddy where he was coal miner. Died May 3, 1910. [CT April 4, 1910]

MORTON, S. M. Co. K, 3d State AL Inf.
1843-1914. Buried CSA Cem.

MORTON, Wesley Co. A, 4TN Cav.
Enl. June 17, 1861 at Knoxville. Prom. cpl., May 27, 1862. Capt. at Big Hill, near Lancaster, Ky., July 31, 1863. and imp. Camp Chase and Ft. Delaware. Exch. Feb. 27, 1865.

MOSES, Frank A. Sgt., F&S, 63TN
Enl. Co. D, May 13, 1862, age 18. Absent sick, then detailed as color sgt.. Prom. to Sgt. Dec. 7, 1863. Sick in hosp., Charlottesville, Jan. 16, 1864., having gotten sick on furlough. Wounded Drewry's Bluff, May 16, 1864. Treated Wayside Hosp., Richmond, for gunshot wound to left arm. Prom. to ensign, Aug. 18, 1864. Exch. Feb. 27, 1865. Surrendered at Appomattox, April 9, 1865. Died and buried in Knoxville, 1922. [NBFM7]

MOSS, William R. Co. B, 5TN Cav.
Born about 1828 in SC, he was a carpenter at Chatt. prior to the war and afterward. His wife, Mary, was a native of VA. He enl. Aug. 11, 1861, at Chatt.

MOSTELLER, William D.
Born 1848, GA. Res. of Chatt., 1905. Farmer, James Co., 1910 with wife Mary A. (m. 1904) and six young children. [NBFM7; 1910 James Co.]

MOTLEY, James Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Sept. 16, 1862 at Whitesides; tranferred to dismounted cavalry, July 22, 1863; wounded at Chickamauga and again Feb. 24, 1864; detailed to drive cattle, Sept. 1, 1864; paroled May 1, 1865 at Greensboro, NC.

MOUNCE (MAUNZ, MONTZE), Frederick (Fritz) Barry's Btry.
Enl. Aug. 30, 1862 at Knox.; paroled May 11, 1865; Res. Stevenson, AL.

MOUNTCASTLE, 2Lt. Theo Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Feb. 26, 1862 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863 and paroled; again captured at Morristown, TN, Oct. 28, 1864; imprisoned at Johnson's Island. Born in TN, he was 32 years old in 1865; mother in 1865 living in IL. Declared himself a resident of Cleveland, TN. Dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 6' tall.

MURDOCK, J. T. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Sick in hosp., Bowling Green. Disch. Oct. 13, 1862.; Enl. Dec. 14, 1862, Mobile. Killed at Jonesboro, Aug. 31, 1864.

MURPHY, Horatio L. Co. A, 4TN
He was a blacksmith prior to the war, residing near William Ragsdale, his unit captain. He was a native of SC, and his wife, Caroline, was from GA. Enl. June 17, 1861 at Knoxville. Sick in Chatt. Nov. 1861 and April 1862. Had a requision for forage at Chatt., Sept. 30-Oct. 9, 1862.

MYERS, Frederick N. Co. I, 19TN
Born c1835. Farm laborer in Chatt. in 1860 with wife Nancy. They were from GA. Enl. May 20, 1861 in Knoxville. Deserted 1863, then "returned from desertion" Nov. 1, 1863. Capt. near Atlanta, July 22, 1864. Imp. Camp Chase, Aug. 1, 1864., where he died of pneumonia Feb. 15, 1865. Grave 1/2 mi. south of Camp Chase.

MYERS, J. M. Co. H, 26TN
Born c1840. Enl. July 8, 1861. Mortally wounded, Ft. Donelson, Feb. 15, 1862.

MYERS, 2Lt. Louis William 2d Co. I, 26TN; Clark's Independent Cav. Co.; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 14, 1861 in Knoxville. Left sick in Nashville, 1861. Joined Clark's Cav. Co. Aug. 31, 1862 at Chatt.; capt. June 27, 1863, Manchester, TN and imp. Camp Chase.

MYNATT, George W. Barry's Btry.

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MCAFEE (MCABEY), Thomas Wesley Co. A, 63GA
Born in Ashville, NC, 1845. Enl. Jan. 7, 1863. Atlanta Campaign. Surr. at Greensboro, May 1, 1865. To TN, 1884. Railroader, bookkeeper in Chatt. c1890. Married (1870) Martha Elizabeth Eddleman. Died July 7, 1920 in Chatt., age 75, and buried FH. [CT July 8, 1920; TWP, 212; NBFM2,7;TP14483;1910HC]

MCAMIS, James P.
Born 1845, TN. Res. 1910 in James Co. with wife Eliza [1910James Co.]

MCARDLE, Bernard "Barney" Co. I, 19TN
Enl. May 20, 1861., Knoxville. Surgeon's Disch. July 1861. Reenlisted April 9, 1863, Chatt., as substit. for A.C. Ladd. Deserted and capt. near Chatt., Sept. 10, 1863. Sent to Louisville where he took USA oath agreeing to stay north of Ohio River.

MCBEE, William H. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863.

MCBRIDE, James Co. G, 11TN
Born March 14.1818, Ireland. Enl. May 7, 1861 and served till disch. overage, 1862, but returned unofficially and fought at Murfreesboro and Chickamauga. Laborer after war. Res. of Chatt., 1900, when he applied for admission to TN Soldiers Home.

MCCALL, James Price 8GA
Born in Camden, NY, Oct. 5, 1836. He emigrated to
Augusta, GA at the age of 17, then to Greensboro, GA, where he
became prosperous in general merchanise and banking. In 1861 he
enl. in 8GA and was wounded at 1st Manassas. Later he was wounded again, captured and imprisoned at Point Lookout. He returned to Greensboro after the war, but moved to Chatt. in 1880 where he entered the wholesale dry goods business. He died in Chatt. Jan. 27, 1907. His wife was Claudia Wingfield Weaver.

MCCALLIE, John Co. C, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born c1828 in TN, son of Archibald. Farmer at Birchwood with wife Amanda. [1860HC]

MCCALLIE, the Rev. Thomas Hooke
Exec. Committee, Soldiers Relief Society at Chatt., Aug. 29, 1862.

MCCALLISTER, D. Co. B, 2TN Cav. Bn.
1902 living in James Co.

MCCAN (see MCCAW)

MCCARLY, W. H.
Born 1841, TN. Widower res. hh of son L. H. on Back Valley Rd.

MCCAW (MCCALL, MCCANN), David Co. K, 43TN
Enl. July 31, 1863 at Ooltewah; captured Oct. 28, 1864 in Jefferson Co., TN; imprisoned at Camp Douglas; res. Monroe Co., IN; fair complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes, 5'9" tall.

MCCAW, John H. Co. H, 37TN
Born 1843. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861, Ooltewah. Desertd at Chatt., Aug. 29, 1862.

MCCAW (MCCALL, MCCANN, MCCAN), John M. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; died Feb. 14, 1863 at Vicksburg. [Lindsley, 528]

MCCAW (MCCALL, MCCANN, MCCAN), William Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Feb. 19, 1862 at Ooltewah; died Feb. 11, 1863 at Vicksburg. [Lindsley, 528]

MCCLATCHEY, William M. Co. B, 2KY Cav.
Served with Gen. John Hunt Morgan. Died June 4, 1908 at his home near Chickamauga, GA. [1890VetCensus;CT 6.5.08]

MCCLATCHEY, William Penn Co. B, Georgia Cadets
Born McMinn Co., Feb. 16, 1847, son of Wiley Jarratt and Minerva Lear Rowles McC. To Chatt. in 1886 as lawyer. Educated at GA Mil Instit and Emory College, Oxford, GA. Served in bn. of cadets and later as member of Texas Rangers. Atlanta Campaign and Hood's Tenn campaign. Capt. as he fled seeking to reach Trans-Miss. army. To Chatt., 1887. Lawyer. Recorder for city judge. Married (1880) Julia E. Allen and res. Bluff View St., 1910. 1Lt. NBF Camp, 1894-96. Died July 6, 1920 at his home on 2nd St. and buried FH. [FHR; CT July 7, 1920; TP15451; 1910HC]

MCCLUNG, Frank Armstrong Co. C, 4AL Cav.
Born Madison Co., Ala., Dec. 11, 1843. Cadet at LaGrange Military Academy, 1860-61, then left to become pvt. in 4AL Cav. in which he served throughout the war. Employed by US Railway Mail Service, 1882-1897, then establ. himself in business in Chatt. Living on Missionary Ridge at time of death, Feb. 9, 1905. Buried in Huntsville in his old Confederate blanket.[Wyeth, Hist. of LaGrange Mil. Acad, pp.146-47;CT Feb. Oct. 05.]

MCCOLLUM, JOAB LAFAYETTE Co. D, 6 AL
Born May 10, 1842, son of Joab McCollum and Sarah Wood, he grew up in Dade County, GA and was a friend of John B. Gordon who organized the Raccoon Roughs (Co. D., 6AL Inf.). McCollum enl. in Brown's unit in Montgomery, AL, April 25, 1861 and served throughout the war with this company. He was wounded at the battle of Seven Pines, VA, then served as a nurse in the hospital at Danville, VA in summer, 1862. He was later wounded at Chancellorsville, Spottsylvania and Petersburg. Some of his wounds to the head and limbs were severe. Capt. April 2, 1865 at Petersburg and imp. at City Point.
He married Bettie Ann Holmes, a native of Whitesburg, Ala., on April 19, 1866. McCollum became a prominent railroad agent for the Alabama and Chatt. Railroad and later the Nashville, Chatt. and St. Louis Railroad. He was assigned to Chatt. in the latter part of 1874 as train master and later became agent. The McCollums moved to Atlanta in 1890. He appears to have served as an ordained Presbyterian minister in Nashville about 1905. He died in Atlanta, Dec. 10, 1926 and was buried at FH. [CSR; GHT, pp.970-71; CT Dec. 11, 1926;NBFM8]

MCCONNELL, Capt. Thomas M. 26TN
Born Jan., 1831 in Grainger Co., he became a merchant in Ringgold. Married Mary M. Donohoo (from Chatt.) in Bentonville, AR, then they returned to Ringgold. Helped organize 26TN. Captured at Fort Donelson. Following exchange at Vicksburg in Sept., 1862, he was not reelected at reorganization, so he joined staff of Gen. John C. Vaughan as AIG and rose to major. McConnell was badly injured at Winchester, VA. After war returned to East TN and became a drummer for a NY wholesale house. Then he and his cousin T. C. McConnell opened general store and later flour mill in Ringgold, GA. To Chatt. in 1875. Practiced law. Appointed (1876) HC Clerk and Master, he served until he became chancellor in 1891, a post he held until his death. He twice sought the governorship of Tennessee. Died here Jan. 30, 1915 and buried in FH. His elegant home on Fifth Street was restored in the 1990's by the Lyndhurst Foundation. [CTJan. 31.1915;Jan. 19, 1916; NFP, Sept. 10, 1995; FHR; NBFM2,7]

MCCORD, HENRY 2nd Co. K, 1CSA Cav.
Enl. July 14, 1862 in HC Deserted at Shelbyville, TN, Dec. 28, 1862.

MCCORD, JAMES 2nd Co. K, 1CSA Cav.
Born c1844 in GA, son of Henry and Lucy McCord. Enl. July 14, 1862 in HC Deserted at Shelbyville, TN, Dec. 28, 1862. [1860HC]

MCCORKLE, Dr. D. V. Co. A, 4TN Cav. Bn. (2TN Cav.)
Captured in Battle of Somerset, KY; In prison at Johnson's Island.

MCCORKLE, Dr. W. A. Surgeon, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's)

MCCORMACK, James Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's).
Enl. Aug. 7, 1861, Cleveland. Captured at Lovejoy Station on Nov. 16, 1864. Imprisoned at Point Lookout, MD, he was exchanged Feb. 14, 1865. Before the war, he lived on the farm of his parents, William F. and Sarah McCormack, at Birchwood. The McCormacks were from NC. He was born c1845. [1860HC]

MCCORMACK, 2Lt. Robert T. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Born 1834 in HC, son of William F. and Sarah McCormack. Before the war, he farmed at Birchwood with his wife, Sarah. Enl. March 1, 1861. Wounded by shell at Missionary Ridge resulting in loss of one eye. Indicted for treason at Knoxville. "Fellows kept shooting at McCormack and he at them even after the close of the war," reported Franz Gardenhire. 1902 res. of Long Savannah. [TP5290, 4276; 1860HC]

MCCRARY, Joel Co. A, 5th (McKenzie's) TN Cav.
He enl. May 1, 1862 at Kingston. Age 24 on March 11, 1864 roll. Paroled May 3, 1865 at Charlotte, NC.

MCDANIEL, William C. Co. H, 26TN; 1CSA Inf.
Born c1841. Enl. July 8, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862 and imp. Camp Douglas.

MCDERMOTT, 1Lt. John McG. Co. H, 19TN; Co. C, Cons. 3TN
1Lt. of Co. C, Cons. 3TN; Steamboat captain in Chatt., 1889. Married Penelope Fielding (1830-1875). Member, NBF Camp, 1894-96.
MCDONALD, George Lafayette 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
He enl. Sept. 22, 1862 in HC Paroled May 3, 1865 in Charlotte, NC. Before the war, he lived at Ooltewah on the farm of his mother, Nancy McDonald, who was from Virginia. He was born about 1844.

MCDONALD, W. H. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.
He enl. Sept. 22, 2862 in HC. Killed in action in Perry Co., TN, May 8, 1863.

MCDONALD, Wiley P. Co. F, 35TN
Born 1825, McMinn Co. Family moved to HC when he was boy and Indians were still in vicinity. Enl. Jan. 5, 1863. Captured at Missionary Ridge; took USA oath Dec. 21. 1863; fair complexion,
light hair, brown eyes, 6' tall. Cumberland Presy. Boarder in hh George P. Will, James Co., 1910. Died Nov. 19, 1911 in Chatt. and buried McDonald Cem. [1910HC;CTNov. 21,1911]

MCDONALD, William C. Co. I, 26TN; 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)
Born Nov. 20, 1840 in HC and enl. at Crawfish Springs, GA, July 4, 1861. Capt. at Ft. Donelson and exch. Sept., 1862. Detailed as wagoner for brigade baggage wagon, Aug. 31, 1864. "Was badly wounded by a minie ball striking him in the side, going through his body, glancing his backbone while he was going up the first line of Federal breastworks at Franklin. Not able to return to duty. Farmer. [NBFM2]

MCDONOUGH, James Co. H, 4TN Cav.
At Morrison's Depot he was badly wounded in the arm and it had to be amputated. Before the war, he lived on a farm at Zion Hill south of Ooltewah. His parents were Andrew and Sarah McDonough, natives of NC.

MCDUNNER, J. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 12, 1862 at Ooltewah; deserted Nov. 4, 1862.

MCELWEE, Capt. W. E. Co. I, 26TN
Buried at Rockwood Cem.

MCFARLAND, Lt. Chappel 19TN
Killed at Missionary Ridge in sight of his parents' home.

MCFARLAND, Capt. C. D. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA
Age 45 in 1862, he enl. July 8, 1861 at Knoxville; Captured at Ft. Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862; imp. Johnson's Island, then Camp Chase; exchanged Nov. 8, 1862; 5'9" tall, red hair, blue eyes.
In GA on recruiting service July 3, 1863. Promoted 1Lt. Aug. 27, 1863. Missing since Missionary Ridge.

MCFARLAND, C. M. Co. G, 26TN
Enl. July 8, 1861. Detailed as nurse at Bowling Green, KY; captured at Fort Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862, imprisoned at Camp Morton, IN. Elected 2Lt Oct. 13, 1862. Promoted 1Lt. Aug. 27, 1863. Missing since Missionary Ridge.

MCFARLAND, J. Anderson Co. D., 12GA
Born Oct. 10, 1847 in Sequatchie, TN. Enl. in Co. D., 12GA Militia June, 1864. Res. in 1901 was Rossville, but died in Chatt. Feb. 4, 1925 and bur. FH. [NBFM2]

MCFARLAND, John Buie 2d Co. K, 26TN; 2dCo. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. Nov. 11, 1862 at Chatt.. On detached service Marietta, GA, July 20, 1863-Feb. 29, 1864. Severely wounded at Atlanta, July 22, 1864. Paroled at Thomasville, GA, May 15, 1865.

MCFERRIN, Chaplain John P. 2TN (Robison's)
Born Williamson Co., TN. Enl. Apr., 1861. Methodist minister in Chatt., 1889. Chaplin, NBF Camp, 1894-96. Moved to Louisville in 1896. [NBFM2,3]

MCGARR, Owen Louisiana Guards Battalion
Born 1836, Westmoreland Co., PA. Enl. Jan 7, 1864 in NC. Paroled 14 Apr, 1865 at Lynchburg, VA. Lawyer in Chatt. Diplomatic service in Ecuador. Deeply involved in Cuban affairs prior to Sp. Amer War. NBF Camp. Catholic. Died at res. on High St., Jan. 14, 1906 and buried at Mt. Olivet. [CTJan. 17, 1906; [NBFM2]

MCGAUGHY, C. O.
Buried FH. [FHR]

MCGEE (MCGHEE), J. M. Co. A (H), 19TN
Killed at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862. [Mil. Annals of TN]

MCGHEE, Daniel
Born 1847, TN, of TN parents. 1910 farmer in James Co. with wife Virginia (m 1890). [1890 James Co.]

MCGHEE, Sgt. John Co. K, 43TN
Born c1841 and a farmer at Zion Hill near Ooltewah, he was one of the sons of A.H. and Elizabeth Bryant McGhee to join the 43TN on Oct. 20, 1861, at Ooltewah. The brothers were present during early skirmishing at Chatt. in 1862. Sgt. John McGhee was captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863. A.H. McGhee was a native of Granger Co., Tenn. The McGhees had 250 acres and a log six-room home. A. H. McGhee was a farmer and justice of the peace. He died several years before the war. His wife Elizabeth was from NC.

MCGHEE, Orville Co. K, 43TN
Born about 1829, he was a farmer in Ooltewah prior to the war and the oldest of the McGhee brothers, enl. Dec. 22, 1862 at Ooltewah. He was captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863. Prior to the war, he and his wife, Penelope, were living by his mother, Elizabeth Bryant McGhee, in the Zion Hill section of HC.

MCGHEE, Samuel Co. K, 43TN
Born 1846, he enl. with his older brothers Oct. 20 (Dec. 28?), 1861, at Ooltewah. He was captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863, and discharged at Christianburg, VA. Married (1892) Virginia W. Pierce. Presbyterian. Died May 19, 1927, age 83, at home in Apison where he had resided many yrs. Buried in Plowman's Cem. [TWP, 272; TP7375; CT May 20, 1927;TCVQ]

MCGHEE, William B. Co. K of the 43TN
Born about 1833, he was another of the McGhee brothers enlisting at Ooltewah on Oct. 20, 1861. He was captured at Vicksburg on July 4, 1863. He and his wife, Sarah of NC, lived at Tyner prior to the start of the war.

MCGILL, Charles Co. D, 4th (12th) Georgia Cav.
Enl. Oct. 4, 1862, and he died Feb. 18, 1863 at a camp in TN. He was a farm laborer living with his wife, Penelope, in Lookout Valley before the war.

MCGILL (MAGILL), Walter Milton Co. H, 4TN Cav.
Born 1841 in TN, son of W.M. and Isabella McGill of Chatt. Killed at Murfreesboro, Jan. 1, 1863. [1860HC]

MCGRIFF (MCGRIFFIN), Jefferson (Jeff) Barry's Btry.
Enl. April 4, 1862. at Chatt.; teamster.

MCGOWINGS, Robert C.
Born c1843 in Va. of Scottish parents. Res. in St. Elmo with wife Lillie (m. 1906). Shoe repairman. [1910HC]

MCGUIRE, Reid Co. F, 35TN
Enl. Nov., 1863 at Chatt.; captured at Battle of Murfreesboro.

MCJURKIN [MCJUNKIN], Davis Co. F, 19Tn
Enlisting at Loudon, he died on March 25, 1863, at Bell Hospital at Rome, GA from pneumonia. The effects he left were two suits of clothes and a pocketbook containing 10 cents.

MCKAIG, Francis Co. F, 34GA
Born Dade Co. and married (1874 in Bedford Co.) Elizabeth. Died 1901 in HC.[TWP, 218]

MCKEEHAN, Cpl. A. H. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Enl. Aug. 7, 1861 at Cleveland. Present June, 1862.

MCKEEHAN, Haywood Alexander
Born in Monroe Co., he married (1852 in HC) Mary C. Sylar. He died 1892 in Shelby Co. [TWP]

MCKEEHAN, JAMES 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.; Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's)
Enl. June 14, 1862 in HC, then joined 1TN Cav. Sick at Bristol Hospital in October of 1864.

MCKENZIE, B. F. Co. L, 35TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 in Chatt. Wounded at Chickamauga.

MCKENZIE, William Morrison Co. I, 5TN Cav.
Born 1846 in McMinn Co. and married (Meigs Co.) Sarah Fine Hudson. Baptist. Long time citizen of Athens though most of family lived in Chatt. Died Dec. 13, 1918 in St. Elmo and buried in Athens. [TWP, 202]

MCKIBBENS, James Co. D, 37TN
Born 1844. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861, Germantown, TN. Disch. Nov. 4, 1862, Knoxville, underage.

MCKIBBON, Hugh A. Co. I, 19TN
Born c1816 in Ireland, he was schoolteacher at Harrison with wife Sarah, also from Ireland. Enl. May 20, 1861, Knoxville. Surg. disch. July 1861.

MCKINNEY, John Vardaman Co. G, 1TN (Turney's) Cpl.
Born Dec. 4, 1841 in Fayetteville, TN where he enl. April, 1861: wounded 7 Pines. Captured Gettysburg. Released March 2, 1865. Res. Fayetteville until moving to Chatt. in 1901. Employed by Chatt. Bakery. Died at res in East Lake, Nov. 22, 1923 and bur. FH. [NBFM2]

MCKINNEY, Patrick A.
Born c1827 in GA. 1870 retail grocer, wife Martha A.

MCKINNEY, William Co. A, 19TN
Enl. at Cumberland, KY., on Oct. 26, 1861. He died at Corinth, MS, April-May, 1862. Prior to the war, McKinney was a day laborer residing with the jailer, John Swaim. He was a native of SC. [Worsham, p. 48]

MCKINZIE (MCKINSEY), B. F. Co. L, 36TN; Co. L, 35TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862 at Chatt.; fought at Murfreesboro; wounded in hand at Chickamauga.

MCLEMORE, William H. Co. A, 1TN
Born 1845 in Tenn. From Tullahoma and the son of Sterling Jackson McLemore, he enl. in spring, 1861 in 1TN, then, following the 1862 reorganization, reenl. in McClung's Battery, becoming sergeant and acting lieutenant. Fought at Fishing Creek, Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, then in East Tenn and southwest VA. In Battle of Greeneville and advance on Knoxville. Captured in fight at Morristown and not released until June, 1865. After the war he worked in merchandizing and the lumber business, then was appointed postmaster of Tullahoma. He came to Chatt. where he served many years as clerk in the Read House. Episcopalian. Died Jan. 29, 1912, age 69, in Chatt. and buried FH.[1910HC]

MCMAHON, John
Served in CSA cav. Res., 1920 in HC. [TP14,889]

MCMAHON, THOMAS Co. B, 19th GA
Born May, 1820 in Mohal Parish, County Leftrian, Ireland, he emigrated to NY in 1845, then came to Chatt. in 1852 where he prospered as a stonecutter. Enl. 1861: Bull Run, the Peninsula Campaign, Malvern Hill, Chantilly, the Wilderness, Cold Harbor, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania and Bentonville. He returned to Chatt. where he died Feb. 25, 1901. [CT Feb. 26.01]

MCMILLIN, Christopher [Clint] C. Co. E, 4AL
Son of D. C. McMIllin. Memphis and Charleston RR. [NBFM7]

MCMILLIN, G. H. Co. I, 5th (McKenzie's) TN Cav.
Enl. July 19, 1862 at Shiloh. Age 18 on March 11, 1864. Captured Sept. 9, 1863 at Cumberland Gap. Was conscript and "wishes to take oath and remain in the north," but not released from prison until May 17, 1865 at Camp Douglas, IL.

MCMILLIN, Thomas Paris Co. A, 2TN Cav. Bn.
Born Feb. 20, 1844 in Chatt., son of D. C. McMillin and brother of Christopher C., David C. and W. W. Employed by E. TN and GA RR. Enl. at Cleveland, TN, 1861. After war returned to RR work: Alabama and Chatt. and later N. C. & St. L. Methodist. Died in Atlanta, Oct. 14, 1930 and buried FH. [NBFM6]

MCMURRY, Christopher Columbus Co. H, 15NC; 7Bn., NC Cav.
Born April 28, 1840 in Alamance Co., NC. Enl. at Graham, NC in Co. H, 15NC. Also served in Co. F, 2NC Bn. Wounded at Dam #1, Warick Creek near Yorktown, April 16, 1862. Joined Co. E, 7Bn., NC Cav on July 15, 1862. He transferred to Co. D, 6th Bn., NC Cav., Aug. 3, 1863 and was present through Nov., 1864 and "served against Sherman in 1865." Paroled as 2Lt. April 29, 1865 in Chattam Co., NC. Married (1865) Laura Taylor. To Chatt. in 1898. Res. on 11th St. in 1901 and worked as a tinner. Died at his home on Missionary Ridge Oct. 27, 1918 and was buried in Citizens Cem. [CT Oct. 8.1918; TWP, 201; NBFM2; Manarin, NC Soldiers]

MCMURRY, Francis Goulding Co. B, 23AL
Born Muscogee Co., GA, Feb. 27, 1842, son of a Presbyterian minister. First cousin of B. L. Goulding. Enl. summer, 1861 in Macon Co., AL in company which his father was captain. Vicksburg, Atlanta Campaign. Wife was Emma A. To Chatt. in 1905. Died at res. on Tucker St., Feb. 23, 1 925 and buried CSA Cem. [1910HC;NBFM7; TP 13,139; CT Feb. 24, 1925]

MCNABB, Aaron S. Co. D, 37TN
Born 1843 in GA, son of Nancy. Day laborer in Chatt. who enl. March 18, 1863 in Catoosa Co., GA. Capt. Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25, 1863 and imp. Rock Island.

MCNABB, Nathaniel Pinckney Co. D, 36TN
Born Feb. 22, 1839, son of Alford W. and Susannah Ramsey McNabb who went from Carter County to Bradley County, TN. He was training to be a doctor when the war broke out. Enlisted at Cleveland Dec. 17, 1861 in Capt. John N. Dunn's Co. D. He was a doctor at Georgetown for several years after the war, then moved to Big Spring in Meigs County. Postmaster at Big Spring and helped incorporate the Big Spring Academy. Owned dry goods stores at Big Spring and Lamontville and a livery stable in Dayton. Married Mary Anna Matilda Soloman, 1867. He died March 1918 and is buried at Beta Cem., Meigs County.[JWilson McNabb Family; CT March, 1919]

MCNELLY, Patrick Co. D, 4th (12th) Georgia Cav.
Born in Ireland about 1835. He farmed near Chatt. until enl. Oct. 4, 1862. Capt. at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25, 1863 and sent to Louisville, Ky., where he was discharged on Dec. 8, 1863.[1860HC]
MCNULTY, Peter Cutting Co. B, Charleston German Arty.
Born 1847 Georgetown, SC and enl. there. After war to Rome, GA where he lived till coming to Chatt. in 1886 and opening a clothing store which he operated many years. Married (1874) Elizabeth B. Samuel. Baptist. Died Oct. 8, 1922 and buried in Rome.[TWP, 288; 1910HC;CT Oct. 9, 1922]

MCPHERSON, Edgar P. Co. F, 19NC
Born March 1, 1843 in Cheraw Dist., SC. Was student at time he enl. at Laurel Hill, NC, May 18, 1861. Present throughout until capt. Spotsylvania Courthouse, May 12, 1864 and imprisoned Pt. Lookout, MD until transf. to Elmira, NY where he remained until paroled June 21, 1865. Living in Hill City. Died "in extreme poverty," April, 1896 (perhaps Feb. 23, 1906) and buried in FH. [NBFM2; FHR; NBFM2; NC Regts. 6:373]

MCREE, Lt. Robert Clark, Jr. Co H, 4TN Cav. (McLemore's)
Born 1838 in TN. 1860 reading law under John L. Hopkins and res. in Hopkins hh. Charter member of NBF Camp, 1885.

MCROBERTS, Reuben M. Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Jan. 1, 1862, Knoxville. Prom. to 2d Sgt., Feb. 7, 1864. Capt. on picket duty, July 20, 1864. near Atlanta and imp. Point Lookout.

MCROY, Anderson Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Jan. 28, 1863, Chatt. Absent sick from July 8, 1863. Deserted from hospital in Chatt. and dropped from roll.

MCROY, J. C. Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Jan. 28, 1863, Chatt. Conscript. Deserted from Catoosa Springs,Jan. 29, 1863.

MCROY, Thomas J. Co. D, 37TN
Enl. Jan. 28, 1863, Chatt. Conscript. Deserted from Catoosa Springs,Jan. 29, 1863.
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NABORS, B. F. Co. D, 4GA Cav.
James Simpson went as his substitute.

NABORS, Sgt. William H. Co. D, 4GA Cav.
He enl. Oct. 4, 1862, at Chatt.. He was reported absent without leave and supposed to be in the enemy lines on April 30, 1863.

NAGLE, David Co. F, 35TN
Born c1818. Enl. Sept. 20, 1862., Chatt. Wounded Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863 and hospitalized. Had returned by Jan., 1864.

NAIL, J. K. Co. K, 43TN
Died in hospital in Loudon, TN during war.

NAIL, Lt. Nicholas Pope Co. A, 19TN
Born April 28, 1822 in Bledsoe Co., son of John and Fannie Nail. He grew up in the Sequatchie Valley near Pikeville and had lived at Bradley County prior to coming to Chatt. in 1853. His first wife was Susan, and his second wife was Georgie Anna Kemper of Giles Co. whom he married in 1856. He was a tinner by trade.
He took part in the campaigning in eastern KY under Gen. Zollicoffer in 1861 and in the Battle of Fishing Creek, where his regiment opened the battle by attacking a superior force. Originally a wagonmaster, Nail won a commission as 2Lt. and participated in the battles of Shiloh and those around Corinth in the late spring of 1862. In the battle of Baton Rouge, Aug. 5, 1862, he was shot through the spine and the left forearm. When the surgeon was unable to remove the ball. Nail had to submit his resignation and was replaced by another Hamilton Countian, Richard P. James. After he returned home, he was arrested by Federal authorities and charged with sheltering Confederate spies at his home. He was released and his home on Missionary Ridge was occupied by General Bragg who warned the Nail family to flee just prior to the Missionary Ridge fighting. The family refugeed to Columbus, GA.
Nail had a stove and tinware business on lower Market
Street after the war and served as city marshal. A charter member of the Walnut Street Christian Church, he survived until March 3, 1902. He was bothered by the pain of his war injuries and he had lost his eyesight and was an invalid at the time of his death.
[CSA Mil. Hist. 10:641-42; Worsham, p. 185; CTJan. 19, 1917; JWilson Nail Family; TP 16, 176;1860HC]

NAIL, William Stanford Co. A, 5GA
Born in 1849 at Cleveland, Tenn., he was the son of Nicholas Pope Nail and his first wife, Susan. At age 16 he enl. the last year of the war after his family had refugeed to Columbus, GA. He was in the engagements in and around Atlanta and at Macon. He was at Savannah six weeks, then was captured and paroled in May 1865.
He returned to Chatt. and married Mollie Gray in 1871. They resided at 1022 Peachtree St. in Ridgedale. He was a deputy sheriff in 1917 when he accidentally was shot in the foot and it had to be amputated. [JWilson Nail family, TP 16,176;1910HC]

NAPIER, William Co. H, 37TN

NASSAUER, Lewis (Lee) Co. K, 1TN (Field's)
Born March 4, 1839 in Germany. To Tenn. in 1857. Enl. May 2, 1861 in Pulaski, TN. Wounded in head at Cheat Mtn., Merchant in Chatt., 1904. [NBFM2; TP6231]

NATION, William Walker "Bill" Co. C, 16SC Cav. Bn.
Born Spartanburg, SC, 1845. Enl. 1864. Paroled Kingston, GA, May, 1865. To TN, 1902. Res. Chatt., 1910. [TP12,126]

NATIONS, J. A. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. July 8, 1861., Knoxville. Sick in Cumberland City, Feb. 12, 1862. Detached to Sappers and Miners, May 19, 1863.

NATIONS, J. N. Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA (GA)
Enl. Aug. 28, 1861., Knoxville. Sick in Cumberland City, Feb. 12, 1862. Detached to Sappers and Miners, May 19, 1863

NAVE, Isaac Co. K, 61TN MI
Born c1833, TN. Railroad boss at Zion Hill with wife Susan [1860HC]

NAVE, William R. Clark's Independent Cav. Co.
Born 1839 in TN, son of James and Martha of Chickamauga, TN.

NEAL, James R. Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; Died March 28, 1862 at hospital in Loudon, TN. [Lindsley, 528; Aiken 1886:528]

NEAL, Ralph J. Sgt. Co. E, 20TN
1903 in HC. [TP4995]

NELMS, 1Lt. John W. Co. D, 37th TN; Co. A, 10KY Cav.
Born in McDonough, GA, June 19, 1838, he was the son of Allenson Nelms and Frances Melvina Williams. The family moved to Texas when he was an infant, then Henry Co., TN. He married (Dec., 1860) Emma Marlin in Nashville and they resided in Chatt. where he worked for the RR. He raised Co. D, but refused to serve as its captain. He fought at Fishing Creek, Shiloh and Corinth and then was discharged May 5, 1862. He raised another company, Co. A, 10th Kentucky Cavalry, and served under Gen. John Hunt Morgan, participating in Morgan's last raid and the fights at Mount Sterling and Cynthiana. He left TN and settled in Campbell Co., GA which he represented in the legislature, then became "keeper" of the state penitentiary, then U.S. marshal for N. GA. He also served as mayor of West End, GA, county commissioner and sheriff of Fulton County. He married his second wife, Lillie Lee, in 1881. [Evans, CSA 8:881-83.]

NELSON, David W. Co. B, 1TN Cav. (Carter's).
Before the war, he lived with his parents, John and Rebecca Nelson, on a farm at Long Savannah. The Nelsons were from NC. He was born about 1842. He was assigned as a teamster, receiving pay of 25 cents per day.

NELSON, M. A. Co. B, 11TN
Born Sept. 22, 1838 in Bedford Co., TN. Enl. May 12, 1861 and rose from pvt. to 1st Sgt. Wounded at Jonesboro and Franklin. Saloon keeper in Chatt., 1890. Moved to Nashville, 1891.[NBFM2]

NETTER, Patrick Co. A, 4TN Cav.; Co. F, 35TN
Enl. 35TN Oct. 21, 1862, Knoxville. Died in hosp. in Chatt., Jan. 15, 1863.

NEVILLE, Benjamin Franklin Co. A, 1TN; 4TN Cav.
Born Jan 19, 1844 in Franklin Co., TN. Enl. at Pelham May 10, 1861 in 1TN. ANV. Also served in 4TN Cav. Wounded at Ft. Donelson and capt. near Resaca, GA and imp. Camp Douglas. Released May 17, 1865. Railroader and real estate in Chatt. Methodist. Died Nov. 24, 1925 in Dalhart, TX and buried there. [NBFM2,8]

NEWELL, Capt. J. D. S. Co. C, 4LA Cav.; Bondurant's Co., 15LA Enl. Aug. 29, 1861 in R.C. Woods 14LA Cav. Bn. "Distinguished officer" who fought at Manassas, Shiloh, Mansfield and Pleasant Hill. He died c1895. His wife, Nannie C. was born Nov. 2, 1844 in Clarksville, TN and died in Chatt. July 18, 1915 and was buried in Vicksburg, MS. [CT July 19.1915]

NEWMAN, 1Sgt. Thomas W. "Slade" Co. F, 35TN
Born Feb. 26, 1825 in Knox Co., he was a merchant at Chatt. until he enl. Nov. 19, 1862. Paroled Greensboro, May 1, 1865. Blue eyes, dark hair, fair cmpx. and 5'10'. His wife was Phoebe. 1870 dry goods merchant in Chatt. Resided St. Elmo, 1891. NBF Camp. Died Dec. 25, 1915 at his home on Pearl St. and buried CSA Cem. [CT Dec. 26, 915; NBFM2,7]

NEWMAN, William T. Co. H, 2TN Cav. (Ashby's) Sgt.-1Lt.
Born June 23, 1843 in Knoxville, he was the son of Henry B. Newman. By 1860 young Newman was a law clerk in Chatt. living in the hh of lawyer John A. Minnis. When TN seceded Newman first joined the Lookout Rangers, then transferred to Co. H, 2TN Cav. in which he rose to 2Lt. and fought at Fishing Creek, Perryville, Murfreesboro and in Pegram's Kentucky raid in which he was wounded and captured. Imp. Camp Chase and Johnson's Island. After his exchange Newman fought at Chickamauga, Wheeler's Tennessee raid and the Atlanta campaign, losing his arm in the battle of Jonesboro, July 30, 1864. After the war, he returned to Knoxville, then moved to Atlanta to resume the study of law. He became city attorney for Atlanta in 1871 and in 1886 was appointed federal judge for N. GA. He married Fanny Alexander Percy. [Evans, CSA, 8:888-89.]

NEWTON, Judson J. Co. K, 43TN
Born 1846 in McMinn Co., he enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863; paroled and discharged Sept. 21, 1863 for being under age. Dark complexion, black hair, black eyes, 5'10" tall.

NICHOL, J. W.
Captain of cavalry, CSA. Former Chatt. Died at 76 yrs. in Murfreesboro, TN, Sept. 14, 1915. [CT Sept. 15, 1915]

NICHOLDSON, B. A. [NBFM1]

NICHOLS, Jasper N. Co. K, 4GA Cav. (Avery's)
Born in Catoosa Co., GA in 1844. Enl. Oct. 25, 1862. Listed as having deserted Aug. 17, 1864, but claimed he had become ill in July, 1864 and was confined at hospitals until end of war. To TN about 1875. In 1906 residing at Apison, James Co. Farmer in James, 1910 with wife Mary J. (m. 1869)[TP8060]

NICHOLS, J. S.
Resided near Parker's Gap. Methodist. Mason. Died March, 1916, age 70, and buried West View Cem. [CT March 15, 1916]

NICHOLS, Jack
Born 1828, Ark. 1910 res. hh niece Maggie Carter, Curtiss St.

NICHOLSON, James V. (R.?) Co. K, 43TN
Enl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; deserted March 3, 1862.

NICKOLL, Isaac D.
Died Nov. 1, 1906 in Ridgedale. 67 yrs. Buried Christiana, TN.

NIGHT, 3Lt. Meritt Co. H, 37TN
Born 1844; Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 at Knoxville; under arrest Jan. 10, 1863-April, 1863; deserted Sept. 9, 1863. Took USA oath Sept. 23, 1863; enl. in 11KY Cav., USA; DK cmplx, Blond hr; Brown eyes; 6'1 1/2."

NISBET, Col. James Cooper
Born Macon, GA, Sept. 26, 1839 he lived many years in Trenton, GA. Col. 66GA Inf. and Capt. 21 GA. Nisbet wounded at Cold Harbor and Sharpsburg. Capt. Atlanta, July 22, 1864, imp. Johnson's Island, and not paroled until Sept, 1865. See Nisbet's Memoirs, Four Years on the Firing Line. He married Mary E. Young and later (1882) Louise W. Bailey, a "well known author of adventure stories," who attended Christ Church. Also married Jennie Cooper (died 1918). JCN to Chatt. 1905 and worked in office, Acme Kitch. Furniture Co. Presbyterian. He died at his residence in Chatt. May 20, 1917 and was buried in CSA Cem. [CT May 21, 1917; LWBN's obit=CT May 24, 1918; TWP, p. 193; NBFM2; TP13,194]

NIX, Capt. JOE JOHN Co. B, 31AL Inf.
Born in Wetumpka, AL, July 24, 1839. Married (1863) Maggie C. Wisdom in HC. Died Jan. 16, 1900, Fort Payne, AL and buried in Citizens Cemetery.

NOLAN, Robert [NBFM4]

NOLAND, Dr. James F. Co. K, 5SC Cav.
Born Union Dist., SC, 1837. Enl. 1861; paroled Greensboro, NC, April 26, 1865. Married Ione Sadler (Oct., 1865). To TN in 1898. Died Feb. 17, 1907 in Rossville (P.O. Rossville but res. in HC) and buried CSA Cem., Chatt. [CT Feb. 27, 1907; TP7308]

NOONE, John J. Fisher's Arty. Co.
Born c1842 in Ireland. Married Mary S. Soon after the war employed by N & C Railroad as engineer and remained one until his death, April 8, 1914 at his home on West 14th. Buried Mt. Olivet. [CT April 9, 1914]

NORMAN, Dr. J. W.
Res. 1913 in Denver, CO. [TP 14,159]

NORMAN, John Co. I, 19TN
Born Oct. 16, 1843 in HC, son of Joshua and Nancy, who came from NC to HC in late 1830's. Res. 1860 in hh of J.H. Todd. Enl. Apr., 1861 in Walker Co., GA. Disch. July 23, 1862, underage. Enl. again July 10, 1863, Chatt. Wounded at Kennesaw Mtn. by piece of shell which disabled him for remainder of war and from which he suffered till death. Illiterate. Married (1869) Rhoda J. Brown and died Oct. 29, 1905, HC and buried Concord Baptist Church. [TWP, p. 24; TP2517]

NORMAN, W. J. Co. D, 4GA Cav.
Enl. Oct. 4, 1862, at Chatt.

NORMAN, William Co. I, 19TN
Son of Joshua and Nancy of HC and older brother of John. Enl. May 20, 1861, Knoxville. Deserted, then "returned from desertion," April 15, 1863. Capt. at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863 and sent to Louisville where he took USA oath, Oct. 14, 1863 and enl. in 11KY Cav. (USA). Married Elizabeth Cogburn and they lived in Tyner.

NORMAN, Sgt. William C. (J.?) Co. K, 43TN
He enl. Oct. 17, 1861, at Ooltewah. He died April 3, 1862, in Knoxville. [Brooks gives death date as March 4, 1862] Before the war, he and his wife, Sarah J., had a farm at Limestone north of Harrison. His parents were Henry and Judith Norman, who were from NC. William Norman was born about 1838. [Lindsley, 528]

NORMENT, Sgt. William Thomas 1st Co., Washington Artillery of New Orleans
Born Nov. 23, 1838 in Rapides, LA and res. of Shreveport. Enl. May 26, 1861, 1WA. Capt. at Appomatox Apr. 9, 1865 as sgt. Paroled at Jackson, MS in May, 1865. He relocated in Chatt., becoming a bookkeeper and a member of NBF Camp. Died here June 26, 1890, having been nursed by J. N. Payne, "both having belonged to the Washington Artillery." Buried CSA Cem. [NBFM2]

NORTON, John Columbus Co. B, 39GA
Born Whitfield Co., GA, Mch. 28, 1842. After war was Ordinary of Whitfield then moved to Atlanta and worked with IRS, then to Dalton and finally to Chatt. in 1903. Bookkeeper, wholesale tobacco, 1910. Married Annie Sarah Wert (1877). Died in Chatt. Oct. 27, 1918 and buried West View Cem. [1910HC; CT Oct. 27, 1918]

NUNLEY, Cpl. H. J. Co. L, 36TN
Enl. Jan. 9, 1862, at Chatt..


Old Photo Of Railroad Bridge And Auto Bridge Across River - Where Is This?

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Old photos of a railroad bridge and an auto bridge across a rver are in a collection of Thompson family items. Does anyone know the location? It is possibly near Spartanburg, S.C. Sam Hall ... (click for more)

(Editor’s Note: Dr. Wayne Shearer, 95, is a retired optometrist and retired colonel from the U.S. Air Force Reserve now living in Hixson. In his early 90s, he decided to sit down and write from ... (click for more)

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Memories

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Old photos of a railroad bridge and an auto bridge across a rver are in a collection of Thompson family items. Does anyone know the location? It is possibly near Spartanburg, S.C. Sam Hall of Chattanoogahistory.com (previously Deep Zoom Chattanooga) noticed some clues when he scanned the photos. He said, "There’s a sign in one for 'Ballenger’s Pain Store' in Spartanburg, ... (click for more)

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(Editor’s Note: Dr. Wayne Shearer, 95, is a retired optometrist and retired colonel from the U.S. Air Force Reserve now living in Hixson. In his early 90s, he decided to sit down and write from memory and a few records he still possesses his recollections of going through Army Air Corps pilot training at several bases in the United States during World War II. A lifelong writer, ... (click for more)

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Opinion

Trump Based Evangelicals Alter The 9th Commandment - And Response

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As the Hamilton County Public Schools begin the seventh week on its school calendar, it is revealed that six teachers at Tyner Academy have already quit – two in the past week – due to deplorable working conditions. According to informed sources, “Tyner’s students don't fear any repercussions from administration, students call teachers "bitch," "F**k you" and more. Students are ... (click for more)