20th Tennessee Cavalry, CSA

Rosters & Company Information

Battles Biographies Chronology History Links References Rosters

Revised June 29, 1999
Summary of Changes

  Co."A"     Co."B"     Co."C"     Co."D"     Co."E"     Co."F"     Co."G"     Co."H"     Co."I"     Co."K"     Others  
  Field & Staff
Consolidated 19/20th Regiment
Greer's Regiment
Gay's Command
"Other" 20th Regiments

This page represents an attempt to reconstruct a roster for Russell's Regiment. I have chosen to use the compiled service record microfilm from the U.S. National Archives (Series M268, Rolls 71 and 72) as the primary information source.

Under each company heading I have provided what information I have found that is specific to that company -- where the unit was raised, information on size, battles, casualties, etc.

I have generally tried to consolidate the information from all sources into one set of names -- thus, a "Lt. A.J. Jones" listed on the service records has been consolidated with "Lt. Jack Jones" as "Lt. A. Jack Jones" (assuming that these are the only "J. Jones" variant names for that company). In cases involving variable spellings, I have tried to list the major variants.

The rosters are split into sections: Following this main listing are three subsidiary lists:

Tennesseans in the Civil War does a very thorough job of listing Tennessee soldiers; however, its company listings should be used with caution. A soldier who served with Company A of the Russell's 20th Cavalry may have been paroled with Company F of the consolidated 19/20th regiment. Tennesseans in the Civil War may have either or both of these listings, and will often also include listings for the same soldier in Company F of the 20th and Company A of the 19/20th. Consequently, I have made a fair number of judgement calls in adding "additional source" notes based on Tennesseans in the Civil War.

Additional Sources:

See the List of References for detailed information.

1) Tennesseeans in the Civil War -- (1961)
2) Military Annals of Tennessee -- Lindsley (1886)
It appears that Lindsley confused the two "15th Cavalry" regiments. Several of the men he included in his article on Russell's regiment appear to have belonged instead to Stewart's/Logwood's Regiment.
3) A History of the Henry County Commands -- Rennolds (1904/61)
4) "Diary of E.T. Hollis" -- Chester (1985)
5) "Church Grove, Camp Bell, and Civil War" -- Willoughby (1995)
6) The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires -- Dyer and Moore (1922/85)

7) Six page typescript of rosters of Cos. A, C, and D; filed in folder labeled "Civil War by Brent Cox" at Gordon Browning Museum & Genealogical LIbrary, McKenzie, TN.
8) T.A. Carter diary (unpublished manuscript)
9) Index to Tennessee Confederate Pensions
10) Introduction (by Chester) to B.T. Bondurant diary, Journal of the Jackson Purchase Historical Society
11) Confederate POWs
12) Compiled Service Records of the 19/20th Consolidated Cavalry Series (National Archives Microfilm Publication M268, Rolls 71 and 72)

These rosters are presented as tables. If you use a speech parser or browser that does not support tables, you might prefer to skip directly to the biographical data pages. These are arranged alphabetically without using tables.

Field and Staff

A Field & Staff muster roll for February 5 to April 30, 1864, dated May 13, 1864, gives the station of the Field & Staff as Tupelo, MS. The record of events states:

This regiment has been in three separate engagements since its organization at the following times and places: Okolona, Miss. Feb. 22/64, Paducah, Ky. Mar. 25/64, Fort Pillow, Tenn. Apl. 12/64, changing its Hdqtrs. every few days."

A muster roll for May/June 1864 shows the station as Tupelo, MS, and states:

This regiment has been in four different engagements since its organization. 1st at Okolona, Miss. Feb. 22/64, Paducah, Mar. 25, 1864, Fort Pillow, Tenn. Apl. 12, 1864, Brices Cross Roads June 10 & 11, 1864 and has changed its Hdqtrs. several times and marched several hundred miles within the last two months.

Company "A"

Company "A" was recruited primarily from Gibson County, Tennessee, and was organized August 24, 1863 at Shoal Creek, Alabama (Goodspeed (1887/1978), p. 811; Culp and Ross (1961), p. 31). Most of the men are reported to have come from the Shady Grove, Milan, and Eaton communities (Lee-Davis, 1989). The company "served without consolidation" through the war and was paroled, May 1865, at Gainesville, Alabama, as Company "F", 19th/20th (Tennesseeans in the Civil War).

Company cards in the compiled service records indicate taht the muster roll for March/April 1864 was dated May 13th, 1864 and listed the station of the company as Tupelo, MS. The record of events states:

This company left Oxford, Miss. about the 10th of Feby. 1864 where it had been encamped for several weeks. It reached Okolona, Miss., via of Grenada & Columbus &c. on the 22nd of Feby. and engaged the enemy about 10 o'clock AM the same day with the one man wounded, to wit. W.L. Reeves, severely. The fight continued till dark. The next day we moved back to Tibbee Station. Here we remained for two weeks recruiting our stock. Then we started on a forced march for Paducah, Ky., landing there on the 26th of Mar., 1864, attacking the enemy on the same day at 3 o'clock PM taking the town. Tandy Holman a private walked the whole, about a distance of 250 miles. Also W. Hester and were both there at the fight. Holdman captured two horses. The next day Bell's Brig. moved back to West Tennessee and recruited their stock about 10 days when it was ordered to Fort Pillow in a forced march. Attacking the place on the morning of the 12th of April 1864 and finally taking it by assault the same evening after a surrender was demanded, ect. Company A, 15 Tenn. Cav. had two men & one Lieut. wounded slightly, to wit. R.H. Goodman & privates Tandy Holman & G.W. Robertson. It was a total loss to the Federals while our loss was comparatively none, only about 15 killed. After the dead were buried and the spoils gathered up we moved back to Brownsville, Tenn. when we were ordered to Miss. On reaching Holly Springs, Miss. we were ordered back to Dyer and Gibson counties where we remained up to 30th of April 1864 conscripting. Wm. Gay, Capt. Co. A, 15 Tenn. Cav. Regt.

Officers

Roster

W.T. Baird [1,7] G. Thomas Barksdale [1,6A,7,9,12] James W. Bass, 3 Sgt. [1,6A,7,12] Ben F. Blackman [1,6A,7,12]
John H. Blakemore, 1 Lt. [1,7,12] Thomas E. Buchannan, Blacksmith [1,6A,7,9]as Buchanan William J. Bynum, Sgt. [1,6A,7,12] A.F. Coleman [1,7,12]
A.R. Coleman [1,7,12] Henry B. Coleman [1,6A,7,12] J.T. Cooper [1,7] S.G. Cooper [1,7,9,12]
A.P. Crocker [1,7] W.L. Crocker [1,7,12] George W. "Wash" Culipher [1,6A,7,12] J.C. Culipher [1,6A], [7,9,12] as J.G. Culipher
L.L. Davis [1,7] as L.C. Davis T.B. Davis [1,7] J.H. Dickinson [1] also as Dickerson, [6A,7], [12} as Dickerson J.B. Donaldson [1,7]
Robert W. Dunlap [1], [7] as P.W. Dunlap Tom F. Folk [1,6A,7,12] James N. Gay, 2 Lt. [1,6A,7] Jordan Gay (filed with James N. Gay)[6A]
William Gay, Capt. [1,6A,7,12] Zach T. Gay (filed as Z.T. Guy) [6A], [1,7] as Z.T. Guy D.C. Goodman, 4 Cpl. [1,7,12] Robert H. Goodman, 2 Lt. [1,6A,7]
W.C. Goodman [1,7,12] E.E. Guthrie [1,7,12] H.C. Hale [1,7,12] W.J. Hall [1,7,12]
W.S. Harper [1,7] T.J. "Jack" Harrison [1,6A,7] J.H. Harwood [1,7,12] J.F. Hays [1,7]
Andrew J. Heath, 2 Cpl. [1,6A,7,12] J.G. Heath [1,7] Andrew Hester [1,7,12] William Hester [1,7]
J.T. Hill [1,12], [7] as J.D. Hill J.N. Holland [1,7,12] Tandy Holman (Sandy) [1] also Holdeman, [7] as Sandy Holdman F.L. Hudson, 5 Sgt. [1,7,9,12], [6A] as F.W. Hudson
J.E. Hudson, 4 Sgt. [1,7] J.H. Hunt [1,7,12] J.W. Hunt [1,7] in D Co., [12] Robert H. Hunt [1,6A,7,9,12]
William M. Hunt, 1 Sgt. [1,7,12] Robert B. Ing [1,6A,7,9,12] Richard W. Johns [1,6A,7,12] S.P. Johnson [1,7]
T.D. Jones [1,7,12] J.H. Joyce [1,12] William D. Lancaster [1,7] T.Jeff Law [1,6A,7,12]
Jesse Lytle [1,7], [12] as Likle A.M. McCaleb [1,12], [7] as S.M. McCaleb Thomas S. McCalister [1,6A,7] J.L. McDonald [1,7,12]
James Orgain [1,7] N.J.H. Parr [1] also as N.S.H. Parr, [7,12] T.J. Parr [1,7,12] E.J. Patterson [1,6A,7,12]
R.W. Pinson [1,7] J.W. Reach [1,7,12] W.L. Reeves [1,7,12] George W. Robertson [1,6A,7,12]
J.H. Robertson [1,7] J.T. Sharp [1,7,12] A.Y. Skiner [1,7], [1,12] as Skinner J.E. Talley [1,7,12]
John C. Taylor [1,6A,7,9,12] Robert Zachary Taylor [1,6A,7,12] William B. Taylor [1,6A,7,9] J.S. Thomas [1,7]
J.W. Thomas [1,7] H.C. Thompson [1,7] John T. Tucker [1,6A,7,9,12] A.H. "Gus" Verhines [1,6A,7]
John P. Verhines [1,6A,7], [1,12] as Varhian, [9] as Verhine George W. Wade [1,6A,12], [7] lists in Co. D R.M. West [1,7]

"Deserted"

T.R. Delaney [1,7] Joel C. Gilliland, 3 Cpl. [1,7] W.W. Maynard [1,7]

Names from Other Sources

Elijah Alsup [1] James H. Barnes (Barns) [1] Houston C. Blankenship [6A,12] Robert F. Boyd [1]
Will Coleman [6A] Sol Goodman [6A] Standford Guthrie [6A] Cpl. William H. Hill [1]
John Hunt [6A] Mat Hunt [6A] Wash Hunt [6A] John A. Jackson [1]
Ben Johns [6A] Dallas Jones [1] J.H. Jordan [7] William D. Kennedy [1]
Webb McCaleb [6A] T.J. McGill [1,9] Andrew J. McMakin [1] Fenier Penn [1]
T.H. Prather[1,9] Rufus Pulley [1] Williford Rich [6A] John Slagle [1,9]
William R. Slagle [1] Samuel W. Sullivan [1]

Company "B"

Company "B" was raised in Carroll county in the spring of 1863 (Goodspeed (1887/1978), p. 807). The company was paroled, May 1865 at Gainesville, Alabama, as Company "A", 19th/20th (Tennesseeans in the Civil War).

N.W. McNeill raised a small company from Henry County which was merged into Company B at formation (Tennesseeans in the Civil War, p. 97).

Tennesseans in the Civil War states that Co. B originally formed part of Greer's Regiment.

M.B. Dinwiddie also raised part of the company:

Now to my Calvery company, 82 enlisted, the larger portion of them was killed or wounded, quite a number deserted, so much so that Forest had to have two shot, laid them by the roadside, labeled in large letters. "The fate of a deserter." (M.B. Dinwiddie in Dyer and Moore, 1915-22/85, Vol. 2, p. 695)

A company card in the compiled service records indicates that the muster roll for February 5 to April 30, 1864, lists the company's station as Tupelo, MS. The muster roll for May 9 to June 30, 1864, lists the station as Tupelo; the record of events states:

The company was with the Regt. on line of the M&O R.R. to the 1st of [June -- rmp]. Was then detached and sent with three other companies to Corinth; thence went back to Tepelo, then went with Regt. on scout to Ripley, Rienzi, &c. On the 6th June Privates Gardner, Ridley and White were captured whilst scouting. The company was present and engaged in the affair of Tishomingo Creek and sustained a loss of Lieut. R.H. Goodman of Co. A, temporarily attached, severely wounded in face. Private Sandy Holman of same Co. mortally wounded, 1st Sergt. D.M. Lankford, Privates John C. Hurt & T.V. Dickson severely & JAW Felts, J.N. Gardner, Robt. E. White and T.W. Kirkland slightly wounded. Since that time the Co. has been in camp with Regt. at Guntown, Saltillo, & Tupelo, Miss. 12 men were detached from the Company onor about the 20th of June & sent on outpost duty to Ripley under command of Capt. Shane and are still absent on this duty. W.H. Hawkins, Capt. Comdg. Co."

Officers

Roster

F.M. Adamson [1,9,12] R.L. Atkins [1,9], [12] as Adkins Lee L. Baker [1,12] Robert B. Baker, 2 Sgt. [1,12]
W.R.B. Baker [1,12] Reuben Barron [1], [2] as W.R. Barron J. Ab. Beck, 3 Sgt. [1], [2] as J.A. Beach Thomas C. Bell [1,12]
James C. Bowden [1,12] Reuben Burdett [1] as Reuben C., [9] as R.C. Burdette W.R. Burrow [1] Thomas J. Carson [1]
J.B. Christian [1,12] F.M. Cooper [1,12] R.A. Cooper [1] as Chief Bugler, [12] William H. Courts, 2 Lt. [1] as Counts
William Covington, 4 Sgt. [1,12] A.B. Crawford [1,2] M.D. Crawford [1,12] R.R. Crawford [1]
A.J. Crider [1,12] N.B. Cullom [1] as Cullon Thomas V. Dickson (Dixon) [1,12] J.B. Dinwiddie [1,12]
M.B. Dinwiddie, 2 Lt. [1] James M. Ezell [1] as 20th Inf., [12] as Ezeel J.A.W. Felts [1], [12] as J.W. Felts J.W. Fuqua [1] as J.M. Fuqua, [12]
William J. Fuqua [1,9], [12] as Fuquay Frank L. Furgerson (Ferguson) [1,12] Bernard Gaines, 2 Lt. [1] James H. Gardner [1,12]
James N. Gardner [1,12] J.E. Gwin [1,12] W.H. Hanna [1,2] C.P. Harris [1,12]
William H. Hawkins, Capt. [1] John C. Hurt [1,12] C.L. Jones [1,12] William Jones [1,12]
Robert G. Kirby [1,12] T.W. Kirkland [1] also as Kerkland, [12] as Kerkland D.M. Lankford, 1 Sgt. [1,12], [3] in Co. E T.M. Lankford [1], [12] as T.N. Lankford
Clinton J. Manly [1], [12] as Manley N.W. McNeill, 1 Lt. [1] S.C. Milan (Milam) [1,12] Thomas Milan (Milam) [1,12]
J.H. Mitcham [1,12] W.E. Mitcham [1,12] John J. Mitchell [1,12] T.J. Morris [1,12]
R.A. Newbill [1,9] Thomas J. Parham [1,12] Thomas N. Patton [1] Alexander Phillips [1,12]
Augustine V. Phillips [1,12] W.N. Phillips [1,12] James Randle [1,12] A.B. Reace [1], [12] as Reece
Garland J. Reed [1] J.L. Ridley [1,12] J.W. Ridley [1] V.A. Rogers (Rodgers) [1,12]
William Sneed [1] C.C. Stafford [1,12] R.C. Stafford [1,12] E.W. Townes [1] as 20th Inf.
A.J. Vaughter [1] as 20th Inf., [12] as Vawter W.H. Vaughter [1], [12] as Vawter William Waddle [1,12] W.W. Waddle, 3 Cpl. [1,12]
James W. Walters [1,9,12] D.D. Warbritton [1] H.N. Warbritton [1,12] James Ward [1,12]
Charles N. White [1,12] Robert E. White [1] R.H. White [1,9,12] J.L. Wilcox [1], [1,12] as Wilcocks
W.L. Wilcox [1], [1,12] as Wilcocks George W. Wright [1,12] J.A. Wright [1,12] J.K.P. Wright [1,12]

Returned to Former Command

J.W. Bowden, 5 Sgt. [1]

"Deserted"

J.H. Beavers [1] James C. Bowden [1,12] G.M.D. Clements [1,12] Allen Dickson [1]
William M. Hill [1], [12] as W.N. Hill D.C. McCollum [1] C.M. Smith [1] Oscar Sneed [1,12]
G.B. Swaringen (G.R. Swearingen) [1], [9] as Sweringer, [12] as Swaringin Richard Thomason [1] M.C. Townes [1] as 20th Inf. and as Towns 19/20th Inf., [12] as Towns J.M. Williams [1]
Robert Wilson [1]

Names from Other Sources

Fauney Bradley [1] N.L. Holland [1] James Jackson [1] Mace H. Lankford [1]
J.A. McFarland [1] Rufus Newsom [1] William R. Owens [1] F. Thudgill [1]

Company "C"

The majority of Company "C" was recruited in the vicinity of Dyer Station, Gibson County, Tennessee -- Capt. Mathis, Lieutenants Armstrong, Grier, and "Pink" Bradbury, and Orderly Sergeant Overall are said to have been the original officers. At the time of organization, this unit was combined with "Shaw's Company" from Dyer County (Goodspeed (1887/1978), Culp and Ross (1961), p. 32; Lee-Davis (1989), p. 18).

In 1865, this company was one of several combined to form Company "E" of the consolidated regiment.

A company card in the compiled service records indicates that the March/April muster roll is dated May 13, 1864 and lists the company's station as Corinth, MS. The May/June muster roll is dated July 3, 1864. The record of events states: Company in action at Brices Crossroads on the 10th of June. Had four men wounded.

Officers

Roster

J.W. Andrews [1,7] also as I.W. Andrews, [12] as I.W. Andrews J.P. Armstrong, 1 Lt. [1,7] M.S. Arnold [1,7],[12] as M.T. Arnold B.W. Battle (Battles) [1,7]
F.E. Becton [1,7] L.F. Becton [1,7,12] Edward Bernard (Barnard) [1,7] G.M. Bottoms [1] also as Bottunns, [7], [12] as Bottums
J.K. Bottoms [1,7,12] E.W. Brinkley [1,7,12] J.A. Brinkley [1,7,12] J.S. Brinkley [1] as Bringley, [7]
John Cannon [1,7,12] R.S. Chapman [1,7,12] J.C. Churchman [1,7] J.H. Coker [1,7]
A.B. Crenshaw, Cpl. [1,7,12] S.M. Davidson [1,7] W.R. Davidson [1,7,12] G.W. Dickson [1,7]
James E. Dillon, Sgt. (Dillen) [1,7], [12] as I.E. Dillen Wilson L. Easterwood [1,7] L. Evans [1,7] M.E. Flowers [1,7,9,12]
W.W. Fonvill [1] also as Fenville, [7] T. Garrison [1,7] Allen L. Gibson [1,7,12] A.J. Gooch [1,7]
U.S. Halliburton, 2 Lt. [1,7] W. Harper [1,7] A.P. Harrel [1,7] William Hearn [1], [7] as W.M. Hearn
P.L. Hopper [1,7] as P.L.L. Hopper J.H. Horn [1,7,12] D.F. Jiles [1,7] J.N. Johnson [7]
John Key [1,7,12] B.A. King [1,7,12] G.W. King [1,7] William T. King [1,7,12]
J.M. Lewellan [1,7] L.D. Louis [1,7,12] H.K. Mathis [1,7,12] J.T. Mathis, Capt. [1,7,12]
R.J. McCombs [1] also as McCerbs, [7,12] George W. McCreary (G.M. McCrary) [1] also as McRayry, [7] as George M. McCreary, [12] as McRayry R. Pyland [1] also as Piland, [7], [12] as Piland J.P. Shaw [1,7,12]
J.N. Smith (J.M. Smith) [1,7] O.F. Smith [1,7,12] J.W. Snider, Cpl. [1,7,12] J.P. Snody [1,7], [1,12] as Snoddy
David J. Thomas [1,2,7] D.K. Thomas [1,7] Samuel H. Thomas [1,7,9] L.C. Thompson [1,7]
A.F. Todd [1] as A.E. Todd, [7] D. Trout [1,7,12] W. Trowt [1], [1,7,12] as Trout Thomas Vaught [1,7,12]
J.S. Wagster [1,7] J.J. Wilson [1,7,12]

Returned to Former Command

R.A. Bailey [1,7], [1,12] as R.H. Baley B.F. Bobbett [1], [7] as Bobbitt J.P. Bradberry, Sgt. [1] T.F. Brewer [1]
George Bullen [1,7,12] W.A. Buttram [1,7] James Canada (Cannady) [1,7] William L. Cellars [1], [7] as WML Cellars
A.J. Cooper (A.G. Cooper) [1,7], [12] as Copper Charles C. Coursey (Corcey) [1,7], [1,12] as Coussey L.C. Crenshaw, 2 Sgt. (Cranshaw) [1] as Cranshaw, [7] W.C. Davis, Sgt. (W.D.) [1,7,12]
J.C.A. Grier, 3 Lt. [1,7] S.G. Halliburton [1,7] W.B. Halliburton [1], [7] as U.B. Halliburton J.N. Harper [1,7]
J.M. Hutchison [1,7] as Hutcherson S.N. Marshall [1,7], [1,12] as S.M. Marshall R.E. McDaniel [1,7,12]
Thomas Nichols [1,7,12]
Francis O'Daniel [1,7] Robert A. Overall, 1 Sgt. [1,7] R.L. Thornton [1,7,12] L.B. Walker (D.B. Walker) [1,7]
Phillip A. Walker [1,7] George W. Walker [7] as Waller J.P. Wyatt [1,7,12]

"Deserted"

George W. Glisson [1,7,12] H.C. Hopper, Cpl. [1,7]

Names from Other Sources

Lindsley (1886) lists several names of men for this company who do not appear in the compiled service records and who are listed by Tennesseans in the Civil War as belonging to the "15th Consolidated Cavalry". It seems likely that these men served with Stewart's-Logwood's regiment rather than Russell's regiment.

H.C. Baker [1] William Babb [1] in 15th. Con. Cav., [2] R.M. Calhoun [1] J.T. Callender [1]
T.C.S. Leach [1] as 15th. Con. Cav., [2] Alexander McCulloch (McCullough) [1,9] Irving Pack [1] as Ivory Pack in 15th. Con. Cav., [2] William T. Pritchard [2]
G.W. Reynolds [1] in 15th Con. Cav., [2] J.W. Saunders [1,9] E.S. Stevens, Capt. [1]

Company "D"

Recruited in the southern parts of Gibson County (Goodspeed (1887/1978), p. 811, Culp and Ross (1961), p. 32), the company also included men from Madison, Dyer, and Henry counties. The company was paroled as Company "B", 19th/20th Consolidated Regiment.

A company was organized in the Eaton vicinity with Jack Word as Captain and J.R. Dance as First Lieutenant. On organization of the 20th Regiment, it was combined with a company organized by Captain Shane (Culp & Ross (1961), p. 34).

Many of the men in the company were recruited from the area around Trenton (Lee-Davis, 1989).

Cards in the compiled service record microfilm indicate that the March/April muster roll is dated May 13, 1864 and that for May/June July 7, 1864; in both the company's station is listed as Tupelo, MS.

Officers

Roster

R.J. Adams [1], [7] as P.J. Adams John Barham [1,7] J.L. Barnet (Burnett) [1,7] J.W. Bowen (Boen) [1,7,12]
James Bray [1,7] G.Ben Brogden (Bragdon) [1, 6B,7] Ben R. Butler [1, 6C,7,9] J.J. Carthel [1,7,12] as J.T. Carthel
A.B. Childress [1,9,12], [7] as Childers D.C. Coldwell [1,7] R.P. Coldwell [1,7] W.T. Coleman (W.F.) [1,2,7]
S.L. Crisp [1,7] John R. Dance, 1 Lt. [1, 6B,7] John A. Darby [1, 6B,7] W.M. Davidson [1,7], [12] as W.H. Davidson
R.N. Davis [1,7,12] B.E. Debnam [1], [7] as B.F. Debnam J.M. Dodd, 1 Sgt. [1,7,9,12] D.D. "Dod" Drake, 4 Sgt. [1, 6B,7]
S.L. Ferress (C.L. Ferris) [1,7], [12] as Ferriss J.C. Ferris [1], [7] as Ferress, [9,12] as Ferriss W.A. Fonville [1,7] A.A. "Gus" Fulgham [1, 6B], [7] as A.H. Fulgham
Sam T. Gibbons [1, 6B,7] Will H. Givens [1, 6B,7,12] George W. Glimp (Glump) [1,7], [6B] as Glymp B.B. Gray [1, 6B, 6C,7,9,12]
George W. Haley [1, 6B,7,12] John M. Haley [6B,7] S.S. Haley [1,7] William W. Harrison [1,7,12]
F.S. Harvey, 2 Cpl. [1,7,9], [12] as Harvy H.T. Heath [1,7,12] R.F. Heath [1,7,12] W.H. Heath [1,2,7]
J.W. Herron, 2 Lt. [1, 6B,7,12] James Hicks [7] D.M. Ingram [1,7] Frederick Ivey [1,7]
R.D. Ivie [1], [7] as Ivey W.C.A. Jackson [2,7] Z.G. Jackson [1,7,12] W.H. January [1,9], [7] as Witt January
T.B. Jones, 1 Cpl. [1,7,12] Arch C. Jordon [1,9,12], [7] as Jordan J.M. Kennedy, 5 Sgt. [1,7], [12] as Kenady J.M. Lanier [1,7,12]
J.W. Latta [1,7], [12] as J.M. Latta A.H. "Gus" Lawrence [1, 6B,7] P.C. Ledsinger [1,7,12] Abe P. Mays [1, 6B,12], [7] as A.D. Mays
Tom J. Mays [1, 6B,7] W.H. McCutcheon [1,7], [1,12] as McCucheon E.R. McDougald [1,7]<,12/small> J.A. McFarland [1,7]
J.W. McKelvy [1] as John W. McKelvey, [7] John M. McLaurine [1] also as McLarin, [6B] as McClaren, [7], [12] as McClarin W.H. McLaurine [1,7] J.K McLemore [1,7]
Young McLemore [1,7] John W. McMinn [1,7,9], [12] as McMin Jim W. Mills [1, 6B,7,9] P.J. Montgomery [1,7], [12] as T.J. Montgomery
G.W. Moore [1,7] W.A. Morgan [1,7,12] G.F. Nelson, 3 Lt. [1,7] W.T. "Bill" Nicholson, 4 Cpl. (Nicholdson) [1, 6B,7,12]
H.K Northway [1,7] R.C. Pearce (Pierce) [1,12], [7] as Pierce William J. Poindexter [1, 6B,7] W.H. Pope [1,7,9,12]
W.N. Porter [1,7,12] as W.M. Porter J.R. Rader [1,7] H.H. Raines [1,7] Alex W. Rains [1,7], [12] as Raines
T.G. Reach [1,12], [7] as T.J. Reach J.B. Ridley [1,7] J.A. Roberson [1,7] Robert Roberson (Robertson) [1,7,12]
W.S. "Billy" Rodgers [1, 6B,7,12] C.C. Rogers [1,7], [9] as G.C. Rogers James A. Shane, Capt. [1,7] Joseph Smith [1,7]
Parham Smith [1], [1,12] as Parkham Smith W.E. Stewart [7,12] O.B. Strong [1] as D.B. Strong, [7,12] J.M. Taylor, 3 Cpl. [1,7,12]
Jerry Terrell [1,7] R.F. Tinkle [1,7] Lemuel Hiram Tyree [1,7,12] J.B. Utley [1,7,12]
T.B. Utley [1,7] S.F. Vaught [1,7] Alex Wade [1,7,12] John Weddle [1,7]
A.J. White [1,7] E.H. Williams [1,7,12] Andrew D. Woods, 2 Sgt. [1, 6B,7,12] J.A. Word (Ward), 3 Sgt. [1,7,12]
John H. Yancy [1,12], [7] as Yancey

Returned to Former Command

J.P. Adams [1] in Company "F", [7] as J.D. Adams John W. Alford [1,7,12] W.F. Blakemore (Bleakmore) [1,7] Jim A. Dement [1, 6B,7], [12] as Demint
B.L. Flowers [1,7] T.F. Gowan [1,7] J.N. Harold [1,7] as Herold G.A. Maxey [1,7]
J.C. Murdough [1,7] W.H. Scruggs [1,7] John L. Shane [1,7] J.H. Smith [1,7]
A. Speight [1,7] James Stewart [1,7] G.S. Strayhorn [1,7] W.D. Wilson [1]

"Deserted"

J.F. Atchison [1,7] L.C. Carter [1,7] H. Chaney [1,7] G.W. Coleman [1,7]
T.L. Corder [1,7] Isham James [1,7] Joseph A. James [1,7,9] J.M. Manning [1,7]
I.D. Matheny (T.D. Matheny) [1] as Isaac D., [7] W.T. McAlister [1,7] Egbert McLemore [1,7,9,12] J.W. Moore [1,7]
T.C. Moore [1,7] W.L. Moore [1,7] as W.C. Moore J.W. Pope [1,7,12] B.H. Smith [1,7]
A. Strayhorn [1,7] W.B. Terrell [1,7] Thomas Walls [1,7] J.A.M. Williams [1,7]
E.M. Witt [1,7] A.W. Woodard [1,7] J.E. Woodard [1,7] W.P. Woodard [1]

Names from Other Sources

Albert Brooks [1] J.T. Colwell [1] D.J. Cope [1,9] R.D. Fry [2]
Whit Hailey [6B] G.R. Hillin [1] William Kelly [7] James Thomas Killen [6C,9]
F. Long [1] Dave Mills [6B, 6C] Tom Montgomery [6B] A. Pillay [1]
Jacob M. Rhodes [1] Howard Smith [6B] Thomas J. Wilson [1]

Company "E"

Henry monument
Henry County Veteran's Monument
Courthouse, Paris TN

Organized in Henry County, September 1863. Recruited primarily from the southern portion of the county (Rennolds, (1904/61), p. 258). Men from this company formed part of Company K of the consolidated 19th/20th. A History of the Henry County Commands indicates that the full complement of the company was 140 men.

Cards in the compiled service records microfilm indicate that the March/April 1864 muster roll was dated May 10, 1864. On both it and the May/June 1864 roll the company's station is listed as Tupelo, MS.

Officers

Roster

N. Ackers [1], [3] as I.N. Akers, [9] as L.N. Akens G.G. Baker [1,3] T.W. Barham (T.M.) [1,3] W.H. Barham [1,3]
G.S. Biles [1,3], [12] as S.G. Biles J.M. Bird [1,3] William J. Bird [1,3] J.J. Bishop, 1 Sgt. [1], [3] as 2 Sgt.
Reuben Bomer, 1 Cpl. (Bomar) [1,3,12] E. Bowden [1,3] J.J. Bowden, Sgt. [1,3] William F. Bowden, Sgt. [1,3]
Thomas Alexander Carter, 1 Lt. [1,3] Silas Cate [1,9] as Cale, [3] William R. Clements [1,3,9] Ellis Cobb [1,3]
Edward A. Comer [1,3] Patrick H. Comer [1,3] Thomas Copeland [1,3] Isaac Crews [1,3]
John Davis [1,12] Green L. Dolan [1,12],[3] as Dolen F.E. Dunlap (T.E.) [1,3] F.S. Fields [3]
W.H. Fields [1,3] William "Bill" Foust [1,3] Lewis W. French [1,3,12] John R. Galbreth [1,9], [3] as Galbraith
William Grier [1], [3] as W.B. Greer W.D. Hallum, Capt. [3] Andrew J. "Jack" Hughey [1,3] R.H. Jones [1,3]
Charles T. Kelly [1,3,12] William Kelly [1] in D Co., [2] John D. Looney [1] as John P., [3] as Loony James G. Mabine [1], [1,12] as Mabin
R. Malem [1] W.H.H. Massey [1] as William H. Massey, [3,12] J.W. McCord [1,3] Porter McLauflin (McGlothin, McLauglin) [1] also as McGlafflin, [3] as McGlafflin
Jacob C. Medlin [1,3,9,12] Daniel Muzzle (Muzzell) [1,3] Marion Muzzle (Muzzell) [1] Jim J. Nimmo [1], [1,9] as J.I. Nimmo, [1,12] as Neamo
Joseph M. Palmer, 2 Sgt. [1,12],[3] as J.W. Palmer J.M. Palmer [1] A.W. Penick [1,3], [12] as Perrick T.J. Pinson [1,3]
T.M. Pinson, 3 Sgt. [1,3] William Pride [1,3] William M. Rasbury (Rasberry, Raspberry) [1,3,12] Allen R. Raspburry (Rasbury) [1,3]
James Henry Rhodes [1,3,12], [9] as Rhoades James Rice [1,3,12] J.E. Smith [1,12] T.J. Smith, 4 Cpl. [1,3,12]
Samuel Walters [1,3] W.R. Weatherly [1], [3] as Wetherby J.E. Workman, 4 Cpl. [1], [3] as I.E. Workman James Young [1,3,12]
R.W. Young [1]

Returned to Former Command

William Anderson [1,3] D. Baker [1,3] Warren Foster [1] as R.W. Foster A.B. Futhey [1] as Augustus Futhey, [9]
B.A. Goodin, 2 Lt. (Gooden) [1], [3] as A.B. Goodin J.A. Goodin [1,3] William Hagler [1,3] Pink R. Hays [1,3]
John Hicks [1,3,12] W.R. Hicks [1,3] James Johnson [1] Perry Kemp [1,3,12]
Jackson King [1,3] William A. McCaskill, 1 Sgt. [1], [3] as W.W. McCaskill J.B. Myers [1] L. Myers [1]
R. Myers [1,3] Patrick H. Nance (P. Yates Nance) [1,3] Ed Palmer [1,3] James Palmer [1]
Thomas B. Parish, 3 Sgt. [1,3] A.J. Pettyjohn, 2 Lt. [1,3] William Powell [1] S.S. Simmons (Simmonds) [1]
Robert A. Walters [1,3] L. Mart Walton [1,3]

"Deserted"

W.H. Basfield, 2 Cpl. (Bearfield) [1] also as Barfield and Bearfield, [3,9] as Barfield William S. Bomar (Bomer) [1,9,12], [3] as Bomer J.A. Browning [1,3] R. Busbee [1,3]
J.F. Bushart [1,3], [1,12] as Busheart J.C. Cate [1], [9,12] as J.C. Cates William M. Cate [1,3,9] F. Clendenan (Clendenen) [1,12], [3] as Clendenin, [9] as W.F. Clendenin
William R. Cooper [1,3] S.H. Dunlap [1,3] John Gibson [1] B. Gooch [1,3]
R.P. Hancock [1,3,9] Alex H. Harman (Harmon) [1,3,12] J.P. Hastings [1,3] J.M. Hitchcock [1,3]
A. Linton [1,3] A. Jack Looney [1,12], [3] as A.J. Loony J.W. Malone [1] Isaac Matheny [1]
James Ray [1] R.P. Stanfield [1,3] William M. Stauls [1] also as Stalls, [3,9] as Stalls D. Webb [1], [1,3] as B. Webb
James Webb [1,3] William Webb [1] in C Co., [3] Adlin Wiley (Ab. Wiley) [1] as Adin Wiley, [3] George W. Yarbrough [1], [1,3] as Yarbro

Names from Other Sources

Nathaniel M. Adams [1] Ben Bowden [8] Eli S. Brown [3] T. Caples [3]
Coleman C. Davis [1] Arch Gibson [1] as A.L. Gibson, [3,12] Jarret Hallum, Capt. Hallum's servant & cook [7] Winslow Hawkins [1]
W.A. Jackson [1] John Ligon [3] E.T. Loony [1,3] T.P. Love [1]
J.C. Lowry [1,3] J.D. Lowry [1,3] T.W. Lowry [1,3] G.W. Malone [1,3]
J.G. Malone [1,3] A.M. Muzzell [1,3] J.M. Myers [1,3] Moses Myers, 2 Lt. [1,9]
Richard Pinson [3] Jesse W. Palmer [1,3,9] R.A. Pritchard [1] Thomas B. Reeves [1,3,12]
James Roe [3] J.A. Smith [3] John Smith [8] Harvey Smith [1,9]
William Waddy [1,3] Willis Waddy [1,3] Isaac Wetherby [1,3] Else Workman [3]
Dave Young [8]

Company "F"

The core of Company "F" was recruited from the northeastern portion of Henry county (Rennolds (1904/61), p. 258), although the unit included men from Carroll, Humphreys, Henry, and Haywood Counties. This company was combined with others to form Company "K" of the consolidated regiment.

A company card in the compiled service records indicates that the March/April 1864 muster roll was dated May 13, 1864 with the company's station given as Tupelo, MS. No station is stated on the May/June roll. The record of events states:

This company has been with the Regt. on the line of the M&O R.R. from Tupelo to Corinth since the last muster. Was in the engagement with the enemy at Tishomingo Creek June 10 and sustained the following losses: Private J.A. Courts severely wounded in arm, W.E. Rogers slightly in knee & Thompson slightly in the hand. The company joined the pursuit as far as Ripley, Miss. since which time the Co. has been encamped with the Regt. at Gunntown, Saltillo & Tupelo.

A letter describing the the service of T.J. Bennett states that Company "F" was in support of Morton's battery during the Ft. Heinman portion of the Johnsonville Raid.

Officers

Roster

Thomas Jefferson Bennett [1,3,9,12] J.M. Brooks (Browkes) [1] D.S. Buchanan [1] also as B.S. Buckhanan and Buckman, [3] as Buckman, [12] as B.S. Buchanan D.O. Calloway (Calaway) [1,3,12]
W.L. Cawthorn, 3 Sgt. (Cawther) [1] J.A. Courts [1],[3] as J.H. Courts David C. Crouch [1,3,9,12] Frank M. Crouch [1,3,12]
John A. Crutchfield, 1 Lt. [1,3] Tom J. Edwards [1,3] Franklin Fields [1,12] John M. Fields, Capt. [1,3]
Henry E. Frazier [1,3,9,12] Joe P. Frazier [1,3,12] Cullen W. French J.B. Grubbs [1,3]
J.D. Grubbs [1,3,12] N.R. Hastings [1] as Dock Hastings and Nathaniel R. Hastings, [3] as Dock Hastings, [12] W. E. Hays [1], [3] as Elijah Hays J.W. Henderson [1,3,12]
G.M. Huffman, 3 Cpl. [1] A.J. Ingram [1,3,12] David Kendall [1] W.W. Lee [1,9]
Nelson T. Liles (Lyons) [1] as 10th Cav. Clark G. Martin [1,3,12] Beverly S. McAuley (McCauley) [1], [12] as McCorley M.H. McGeehe [1] also as McGeehe, McGheehee, [12] as W.H. McGheehee
M.A. McLane as McLain [1] Isaac N. Moody [1,3,9] Leonidus P. Moody [1,3,12] Green D. Moore [1]
John C. Neese (Nease) [1,3], [1,12] as Nasse Sam J. Nesbit (Nesbet, Neasbett) [1], [12] as Nesbitt James Norad [1], [12] as Norod J.W. Osborn (Ousbran) [1,12], [3] given name unknown
W.M. Ousbran [1,3] John B. Owen, Sgt. [1], [3] as J.B. Owens Joshua O. Parks [1,3,12] William Parrite (Perrett) [1], [12] as Perrit
William A. Pfluger (Pflueger) [1,3] as Pfleuger, [9] as Pflueguer A.J. Powers [1,3,12] E.O. Randle [1,3,12] J.W. Ravins [1]
Green D.B. Rodgers [1] also as Rogers, [12] J.F. Rodgers (Rogers) [1,12] W.C. Rodgers, 1 Cpl. [1] also as Rogers W.Z. Rogers [1] also as Rodgers, [12]
A. Rowland [1], [1,12] as Roland William P. Scott [1,12] William H. Shankle [1,3,12] J.H. Smith [12]
G.A. Taylor (J.A. Taylor) [1,12] J.H. Thompson [1,3,12] Noah W. Thompson, 2 Sgt. [1,3] Clark N. Throgmartin (Throgmortin) [1] as Thoognorton, [3] as Thrognorton, [12] as Throgmarten
Ballus H. Upchurch [1,3] J.F. Upchurch [1] James Venerable [1,12], [1,9] as Venable W.C. Wadkins [1,12]
Benjamin F. Warbritton [1,12] William T. Warbritton [1] W.C. Ward [1] S.Y. Watson [1]
Joseph C. Williams [1,12] J.M. Williams [1] Hardin Wilson, 2 Cpl. also as Wilson Hardin [1,3,12] J. Carwell Wilson, Capt. [1,3]
William N. Wilson [1,3,12] A. Jackson Wimberley, 1 Sgt. [1,3,12] William Duncan Wimberley [1,3] W.L. Winn (W.T. Winn) [1]
G.W. Wright [1,12]

Returned to Former Command

D.J. Alexander [1] T.W. Barnhill [1] William F. Chilcutt, 4 Cpl./5 Sgt. [1,3] A.J. Cooper [1], [12] as Copper
J.W. Dalton [1] F.M. Guill, 4 Sgt. [1] Thomas Jefferson Kendall, 2 Lt. [1,3] A.J. Morton, 3 Lt. [1,3]
Henry Smith Randle [1,3], [12] as Randon J.D. Rowlet [1] J.T. Shroat [1],[3] lists John P. Sroat J.F. Smoot [1] as J.T. Smoot
D.M.L. Walker [1] B. Franklin Wimberly [1,3]

Names from Other Sources

Thomas Albritton [3] H.C. Bailey [3] I.M.L. Baker [1] David Y. Caldwell [1]
Babe Cooper [1] as 20th Inf., [3] Gus Edwards [1,3] Robert Freeland [1] in 20th Inf., [3] Samuel French [3]
Carman Gardner [3] J.D. Gardner [3] James Grubbs [3] John Grubbs [3]
Cage Guill [3] Lt. T. Hawkins [3] Tobe Jackson [1,3] Jesse King [3]
Polk Lee [1,3] Rube Lee [1,3] G.C. Lemonds, 2 Lt. [3] James Martin [1,3]
Levi Pfleuger [3] William Ralls [3] J.C. Rogers [3] George Sheridan [3]
Dock Sparks [3] Thomas M. Vaughn [1] Peter Venerable [1] as Venable, [3] Gray Walker [1,3]
Thomas Warbritton [1,3] James Williams [3] John Williams [3] Samuel Wilson [3]
William G. Wynns [1,3]

Company "G"

Company "G" was organized at Dyersburg in December 1863 and mustered into service at North Gibson in Gibson County. Sent immediately to Moulton, Alabama to draw arms (Goodspeed (1887/1978), p. 847). Some of the men were paroled in Company E, 19th/20th.

According to Earl Willoughby's Confederate Forces of Dyer County web site, Co. G functioned as partisans under T.H. Bell prior to formal organization of the regiment.

Company cards in the compiled service records for both the March/April and May/June 1864 muster rolls list the station of the company as Tupelo, MS. The record of events states:

This company was in the fight at Paducah and Fort Pillow, Tenn. on the 12 Apl., 1864."

Officers

Roster

J.M. Archibald, 4 Cpl. [1] J.W. Arnett [1] J.A. Atkins [1] P.E.T. Binford [1]
M.J. Butler [1] R.N. Butterworth [1] in C Co. J.D. Cope (Daniel Jesse Cope) [1] Thomas Cotten [1,12] as Cotton
H.M. Dickey [1] J.D. Dickey [1] J.F. Dickey [1] D.C. Dozier [1]
James T. Everett [1,2] J.R. Foster [1] H.L. Fowlkes [1] D.W. Gauldin (Gaulden) [1] as Gaulden
W.C. Gooch [1] G.W. Gregory [1] J.T. Gregory [1] Franklin M. Griffin [1]
C.W. Hall [1] J.M. Hall [1] John P. Hampton [1,5] Robert Harrel [1] also as Robert Harwell
A.R. Harris [1,12] John R. Harris [1] J.D. Haynes, 2 Cpl. [1] J.N. Haynes [12]
D.C. Headen [1] Joseph Rucks Hibbitt, Capt. [1] D.K. Hinson, 3 Sgt. [1,2] J.M. Hurt [1]
James Jackson J.C. Jericor, Sgt. [1] as Zericor Claud G. Johnson [1, 6D] W.B. Johnson, 5 Sgt.
G.W. Lane, 5 Sgt. [1] J.M. Montgomery, 1 Sgt. [1] John T. Montgomery [1,2] J.R. Moore [1]
Charles C. Moss [1,12] J.M. Murray [1] J.N. Norton [1] William Carroll Pace [1, 6D]
Daniel E. Parker, Capt. [1] D.P. Parker [1] Hamilton Parkes [6D] J.W. Payne [1]
Sam P. Payne [1] Martin Pierce (Pearce) [1, 6D] T.J. Pierce (F.J. Pierce, J.F Pearce), Cpl. [1] A.G. Smith [1]
Joseph Smith [1] S.R. Steel (R.S. Steel) [1] R.W. Tucker [1,5] Thomas A. Tucker [1,2]
Tyree Harris Walton [1, 5] J.E. Webb [1,12] L.C. White [1] J.F. Whitson, 1 Lt. [1] as J.T. Whitson
Henry V.C. Wynne, 2 Lt. [1] John G. Wynne [1]

Returned to Former Command

B.S. Cowan, 2 Lt. [1] A. Dickerson, 3 Cpl. [1, 6D] James W. Enochs [1,5] W.S. Enochs (Eanocks) [1]
Calvin H. Ferrell, 1 Sgt. [1] A.D. Frith [1] J.W. Gauldin (Gaulden) [1] as Gaulden Franklin Grier [1]
William Jackson [1] R.W. Locke, 1 Lt. [1] A.J. McCorkle [1,9] F.A. McCorkle [1,9]
H.C. McCorkle [2] H.R.A. McCorkle [1] Ed M. Smith [1, 6D]

"Deserted"

W.L. Hendricks [1] J.C. Pate, 4 Sgt. [1] H.P. Scott [1] W.L. Smith [1]
W.A. Wyatt [1]

Names from Other Sources

William G. Armstrong [1] M. Hallum [1,9] Dick Johnson [6D] J.M. Mackarnel [1]
John Absalom Owen [1] William Vickry [1] J.M. Wisdom [1,9]

Company "H"

Company "H" was organized December 1863 in Dyer County. Some of the men were paroled in Company E, 19th/20th.

The company may also have included men from Trenton in Gibson County (Lee-Davis, 1989).

Cards in the compiled service records microfilm indicate that the March/April 1864 muster roll was dated May 13, 1864; on both it and the May/June 1864 roll the company's station is given as Tupelo, MS.

Officers

Roster

A.D. Bell [1,9,12] J. Wm. Boyd [1, 6E] J.P. Brooks [1,12], [9] as James Brooks G.H. Caldwell, 2 Sgt. [1,12]
James Ephraim Caldwell [1,9,12] John Carter [1,12] George T. Cathey [1, 6E] as G.F. Gathey Jesse Conn [1, 6E,12]
Joe A. Covington [1,6E,9,12], [1] also as J.H. Covington J.P. Crittenden (Crittendon) [1,12] W.C. "Cal" Cunningham, 2 Lt. [1, 6E] James C. Dickerson (Dickinson, Dixon) [1,12]
Rufe E. Duke [1,2,6E], [3] in Co. F Tom B. Duke [1,6E,12] J.L. Farmer [1] Joseph O. Gardner [1,2,6E]
Jim R. Gardner, Capt. [1,6E] R.N. Gardner [1] Sam M. Gardner [1,6E,12] Tom H. Gardner [1,6E]
William Gardner [1,6E,12] George W. Grooms [1,6E,12] A.P. "Press" Guess [1,6E,12] Julian Hamis [1]
E.S. Harris [1] as Edmond S. Harris, [12] M.H. Hawkins [1,12] M.Z. Hawkins [1] as Sgt. W.D. Hawkins [1,12]
D.W. Hosier, 2 Cpl. (Houser) [1], [1,12] as Hosur James M. House [1,12] Ben J. Jackson [1,6E,12] Francis Marion Jackson [6E,12]
James Jackson [6E] W.A. Jackson [1,12] Zeb M. Jackson [1,6E,12] W.M. "Mose" Johnson[6E]
James McLesky, 4 Sgt. [1] also as McLiskey, [12] Robert G. McLesky, 2 Lt. [1,6E] Alf C. Miller, 1 Lt. [1,6E] W.M. Mitchell, 1 Cpl. [1]
C.T. Nelson, 1 Sgt. [1] Armistead S. Niblet (Nibbett, Neblet, Niblett, Neblit) [1] J. Niblet (Nibbett, Nibbett) [1], [12] as Niblett William Olive [1]
John H. Parish [1,12] M.H. "Harve" Parsley [1,6E,9,12] B.W. Peeples (Peoples) [1,12] James Phillips, 4 Cpl. [1,6E,12]
J.L. Phillips John Phillips [1,12] William Phillips [1,6E,12] Nathaniel B. Porter, 1 Lt. [1]
L.W. Roach [1] E.R. Rooks [1,6E,12] James W. Russell [1,6E,12] Tom M. Russell [1,6E,12]
J.E. Sallis (Sollis) [1] S.P. Scott [1,9,12] Peter Shores (R.J. Shores) [1,6E] E.M. Somers (Summers), 3rd Cpl. [1]
James Sommers [1], [12] as Summers George F. Stockard [1] as G.T. Stockard, [6E,12] C.C. Stovall [1,6E,12] William T. Waddle, 5 Sgt. [1,12]
W.W. Wade [1,12] James J. White [1,9,12] E.R. Willoughby [1,9,12]

Returned to Former Command

Jim K. Duke, 1 Sgt. (J.R. Duke) [1,6E] A.V. Duncan [1] in K Co., [12] as Dunkin

"Deserted"

J.D. Carter [1] F.M. Gardner [1] Luke Sallis [1], [1,12]as Sollis

Names from Other Sources

A.B. Blankenship [1] Sidney Gibson [1] E. Hains [1] Allen Kennedy [1]
I.L. Larve [1] W.K. Rhodes [1] Tobe Scott [6E] John Stalcup [6E]
J.T. Treutt [1] B. Watts [6E]

Company "I"

Weakley monument
Weakley County Veteran's Monument
Courthouse, Dresden TN

Company "I" was composed primarily of Weakley County men, with some from Gibson County. Most enlisted at Newbern, Tennessee around the first of December, 1863 for three year terms. Some of the men from Company "I" became part of Company "E" of the consolidated 19th/20th regiment under Capt. A.T. (Tom) Gay. (Bondurant questionnaire, Chester (1985), Tennesseans in the Civil War).

The Hollis diary (Chester (1985)) indicates that about 100 men moved south from Newbern, TN to Como, MS in early January 1864 under the command of Col. Tansil; and that Hollis's company was consolidated with Capt. Edwards' company on January 28.

The compiled service records microfilm indicates that the March/April 1864 muster roll was dated May 1, 1864 and listed the company's station as "near Tupelo", MS; the May/June 1864 roll lists Tupelo. The record of events states:

The company participated in the Battles: of Okolona, Miss, Feb. 22, 1864; Paducah, Ky, March 25, 1864; and Fort Pillow, April 12, 1864."

The Bondurant diary indicates that several companies, including Co. I, were consolidated January 31, 1865, and that A.T. Gay took over as Captain on February 14.

Officers

Roster

J. Polk Baldridge [1] also as Baldrige, [12] John W. Blakemore [1,4,10,12] Benjamin T. Bondurant, 5 Sgt. [1,6F,10,,12], [1] also as Bondweant, [4] John B. Brightwell [1,4,10,12]
Thomas P. Callicott, 3 Lt. [1,10] also as Calicut and Calicott, [4] T.J. Callicutt, 2 Lt. [1,4,10] J.J. Carter [1,4,10] E.M. Chandler [1,4,10,12]
John A. Cole [1,4,12] J. B. Coley [1,4], [10] as J.A. Coley C.F. Craig [1,12] C. Davis, 4 Cpl. [1]
James Davis [1] Arthur T. Dew [1,4,12], [10] as A.T. Drew John M. Glass [1,4,10,12] Dan J. Hansbro [1,12]
C.B. Harrison [1,4,10] H.A. Henning [1,4,10], [1,12] as Hannings John G. Hill [1] in J Co. Elisha Tompkin Hollis, Capt. [1,4,6F,12]
John M. Hollis, 2 Lt. [1,4,6F,10,12] L.W. Hutchins [1,12] Thomas Hutchins [1,4,10,12] T.R. Hutchinson [1,4,10]
T.E. James [1] as T.M. James and T.E. Janes, [4] as Janes, [10] as T.E. Tamer John A.J. Julian [1,4,9,10,12] W.T. Lawler, 1 Lt. [1,4,6F,10] Ed T. Leigh [1,4,10,12]
John Malin [1,4,10] Mont Malin [1,10] also as Matin,[4] Samuel Mathews [1,4,9,10] R.G. Melton, 3 Sgt. [1,4,12], [10] as Rich Milton
James Rice Miles [1,4,6F,9,10,12] Richard Miles [1,4,10,12] Thomas Washington Miles, 2 Cpl. [1,4,10,12] William Abner Miles [1,4,6F,12]
Adoranian A. Nanny [1,4,10], [12] as Add Nansin Thomas O. Owen [1,4,10,12] B.L. Partee [1] in L Co., [4,10], [12] as Paitee J.W. Partee
Robert Riley [1,12] Henry C. Roberts, 1 Sgt. [1,4,10,12] James Roberts [1,4,10] John W. Rogers [1,12]
Jube V. Rogers [1,4,10] L.J.W. Rogers [1.4,10] William G. Rudd [1,4,6F,10,12] J.P. Stanley [1,4,10]
Peter Stanley [1,4,10] Thomas J. Stephens [1,4,6F,9,10,12] V.A. Terrell [1,4,10], [12] as Tirrell Frank Tidwell [1,4,10,12]
T.J. Tomlinson [1,4,10] James E. Travis [1,4,10] William S. Tucker [1,4,10,12] S.F. Vaught [1,4,10]
Robert F. Via [1,4,10], [12] as Vic J.K. Walker [1,4,10] John H. Walne [1,4,10], [1,12] as Waln, [1,9] as Whan Alf A. White, 1 Cpl. [1,4,9,10,12]
James K. White, 3 Cpl. [1,4,10,12] James Kinchen Williams [1,4,6F,10,12]

Returned to Former Command

Thomas M. Adams [1,12] P.E. Mathews [1,4,10] George W. Rowlett [1,4,10], [1,12] as Rowles

"Deserted"

Wiley Cherry [1,4,10] W.F. Clark [1,4,10] Joseph M. Davis [1,4,10] Robert Davis [1,4,10]
Haywood Ellis [1,4,10], [1,12] as Howard Ellis John T. Farmer [1,4,12], [10] as J.F. Farmer A.L. Harrison [1,4,10,12] J.C. Hutchinson [1,4,10]
J.J. Jones [12] J.E. Julian [1,4,10] James Mathis [1,4,10] William Montgomery [1,4,10,12]
William Moore [1,4,10] L.F. Stalcup [1,4,9,10] Elias Tomlinson [1,4,10] J.H. Tomlinson [1,4,9,10]

Names from Other Sources

John J. Roberts [4] M.F. Robinson [1]

Company "K"

Company "K" was organized September 1863 in Henry County. It was paroled as Company D, 19th/20th. Tennesseans in the Civil War states that the company served with Greer's Regiment.

The compiled service record microfilm indicates that the muster rolls for March/April and May/June 1864 both list the station of the company as Tupelo, MS.

Officers

Roster

I.E.S. Alexander [1,3,12] Charles "Charley" Beard [1,3] John R. Beard [1,3] Jacob A. "Jake" Bomar [1,3,6H]
S.C. Bowman [1,3] W.R. Bowman [3] M.C. Buckley (Buckly) [1] O. Buckley [1,3,12]
D.F. Bullock [1,3,12] Wash P. Bumpass [1,3,6G,6H,9,12] Thomas J. Bunton (J.J. Bunton) [1], [3] as J.G. Bunton D.C. Cabe [1,3]
Achilles V. Clark, 1 Sgt./2 Lt. [1,3,6H,12] Cornelius Coley [1,3] T.W. Coley [1,3,12] J.C. Colly (C. Colley) [1], [3] as C. Colly
H.C. Diggs [1] C.C. Dollahighte (Dollehite) [1] J.R. Esell [1] as James B. Esell, Ezell, [12] as J.B. Egell J.W. Fields, 2 Cpl. [1,3,6G]
T. Jeff Fields [1,3,6G,12] Sam H. Fiser [1,6G,6H,12], [3] as Fizer J.T. Freeman [1] Macon H. "Make" Freeman, 1 Lt. [1,3,6H]
F. Euel Garrett, 4 Sgt. [1,3,6H,9,12], [6F] as E.F. Garrett Noah J. Garrett [1] also as N.I. Garrett, [3,6G,6H,12] T.P. "Pres" Garrett [1,3,6H,12] George Gilmore [1,3], [12] as Gilmoor
W.W. Givens [1,3], [12] as Givvins Jim E. Haskins, 3 Cpl. [1,3,6G] H.F. Hodge [1,12], [3,6G] as H.T. Hodges, [6H] as Hegy Hodges J.E. Hoofman (J.C. Hoffman) [1,3], [12] as I.E. Hoofman
Brodie T. Howard [3,12] T.B. Howard [1,3,12] George W. Hunt [1,3,6G,6H,12] Spence P. Hunt [1,3,6G,6H]
W.S. Hunt [1,3,12] Thomas A. Jackson [1,9,12] Calvin Kennedy [1,3,12] Andrew J. Killebrew, 2 Lt. [1,3,6H,9,12]
J.K. Killebrew [1,3,6G] John M. Killebrew [1,3,6G,12] R.H. "Bob" Kirk [1,3,6H] A. Lafawn [1], [3,12] as Lafon
Elisha Austin Martin [1,3,12] George D. Mayo [1,3,6G,6H,12] W.C. "Bill" Mayo [1,3,6H,9] Almus C. McWherter [1,3,6H], [1,12] as McQuirter
J.W. Midgett [1,12],[3] as Midjett J.H. Mizell [1] also as Myzell,[3] Calvin Simpson Moore, 2 Sgt. [1,3,9,12] J.W. Moore, 3 Sgt. [1,3], [12] as Moor
W.W. Olive [1] as W.H. Olive, [3,12] Charles H. Owen [1,3] as Owens, [9,12] E.H. Palmer, 1 Sgt. [1,3] Andrew Jackson "Jack" Pentecost [1,3,6G,6H,9], [12] as Pentacost
J.L. Phillips [1] L. Potts [1] W.H. Reynolds [1,3,12] Thomas G. Riddle [1,3,6G]
A.J. Ridgway (Ridgeway) [1,3], [1,12] as Ridgaway John Almus Ridgway (Ridgeway) [1,3], [12] as I.A. Ridgeway William Alexander Ridgway, 2 Lt. (Ridgeway) [1,3] L.C. Roberds (Roberts) [1], [3] as Roberts
George M.D. Ross [1,3,6G,9,12] John Sexton [1,3,12] J.M. Sheridan [1] as Sheriden, [1,12] as Sheraden, [3,9] William "Bill" Stoker [1,6G,6H,12], [3] as Stokes
M. Terry, 1 Cpl. [1] Logan M. Tharpe (W.L. Tharpe), 5 Sgt. [1], [3] as W. Logan Tharpe Ben L. Thompson [1,3,6G] M.L. Turner [1]
W.P. Walker [1] C.T. Watt [1] James A. Webb [1] Samuel A. Webb [1,3,6G,9]
Talbott F. Williams [1,12], [3] as Tolbert F. Williams

Returned to Former Command

M. Bruce Alexander [1,3] W.P. Alexander [1] J.J. Bowles [1] J.H. Calloway (Calway) [1] also as Caliway
G.A. Duncan [1] William "Bill" Fiser [1,6G,6H],[3] as Fizer J.D. Howard [1] J.A. Jackson [9,12]
Newton E. Moore [1,3,6G] A. Morris [1] J.R. Nichols [1] W.W. Ridgway (Ridgeway) [1]
George W. Sheridan [1] as Sheriden, [3] F.M. Speight, 4 Cpl. [1] Seth W. Speight [1,6G] C.H. "Charlie" Wyatt [1,6G]
J.B. Young [1,3]

"Deserted"

W. Bird [1] J.W. Bradley [1] J.W. Carmack [1] T.J.B. Crittenden [1]
J.W. Ellis [1,12] John Halnes (Halms) [1] W.A. Howard [1] J.M. McWherter [1]
Rufus P. Nix [1] A.J. Turner [1]

Names from Other Sources

Dick Coley [6G] Bob Cort [6G] J.M. Elder [1] J.B. "Joe" Ezell [3,6H]
A.N. Harper [1,9] William Hearn [1] Dick Hunt [6G,6H] T.W. Leigon [1]
Dave Oaks [6H] Will W. Porter [6H,12] John D. Poyner [1,3,12] Roy Roberts [3,6G,6H]
D. Speight [6G] J.M. Strawn [1] J.G. (J.C.) Walters [1] W.C. West [1]
Jim Wiggens [6H] W.E. Wiggins [3] J.F. Wilson [1] James Young [1]

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