Andrew Jackson JuddANDREW JACKSON JUDD
8 thTENNESSEE (DIBRELL'S) CAVALRY
CSA

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Born: 3 January 1839 in Greene County, Kentucky
Died: 9 June 1907 in Putnam County, Tennessee
Buried: Paran Cemetery, Overton County, Tennessee
Parents: John Greer and Martha Ann (Simpson) Judd

Married: Sarah P. Harp about 1858 in Overton County, Tennessee
Born: 23 September 1842 in Overton County, Tennessee
Died: 4 January 1908 in Putnam County, Tennessee
Buried:
Parents: James Marion and Rhoda (Maxwell) Harp

Children:

  1. William F. Judd
  2. Polly Ann Judd
  3. Louis Bluford Judd
  4. John C. Judd
  5. Letty M. Judd
  6. Jasper A. Judd
  7. Eugene Judd
  8. Porter Judd
  9. Willie Judd
  10. Hensley Judd

MILITARY INFORMATION

13 th(Gore's) Tennessee Cavalry
(also known as 8 thTennessee Cavalry)
Company F

ABSTRACT:

  • Entered the service as a Private and left the service as a Private
  • Enlisted 16 Sep 1862 at Overton County
  • 12 Oct 1862: Present

PENSION APPLICATION ABSTRACT

S6875

( Download Full Pension Application)

ABSTRACT:

  • Filed 11 April 1905
  • Rejected
  • Resident of Algood, TN
  • Member: 8th TN Cavalry
  • Enlisted in 1862 Forrest Command, Col. G. G. Dibrell & Daughtery - Lt. Colonel, Captain J. S. Roberts; 1st Lt. W. P. Chapin
  • Battles: Franklin Pike & Parker's Cross Road
  • Wife is 62 years old
  • 1 son and 1 daughter
  • Attest: L. T. Peek & John Boatman

Supporting Documents:

  • Andrew J. Judd (6 May 1905) - AJJ was not with the regular army at the time of surrender. He came home on a furlough with his Captain. While on furlough, the regiment was driven by Federals into East TN rendering it impossible for him to return to his unit.
  • S. A. Johnson (8 May 1905) - provides additional proof
  • W. S. Swallows (8 May 1905) - provides additional proof
  • W. S. Swallows (5 Jul 1905) - Status request
  • Tennessee Board of Pension Examiners (12 Jul 1905) - Request for Service Records
  • War Department (15 Jul 1905) - Sent service records
  • Tennessee Board of Pension Examiners (13 Dec 1905) - sends status of application
  • W. F. Judd (7 Feb 1906) - Supports his father's claim
  • David M. Norris & Jasper N. Harp (10 Jan 1906) - were soldiers with AJJ

CENSUS DATA

  • 1850 Census:
  • 1860 Census: Overton County, TN, Page 149
  • 1870 Census: Overton County, TN, Page 255
  • 1880 Census: Overton County, TN, Page 256C
  • 1900 Census: Putnam County, TN, Page 140B

OBITUARY

Putnam County Herald
1 January 1908
Vol. V, No. 49, Page 4

  • This community was made sad to hear of the death of Mrs. Sarah Judd, who died Jan. 4. Mrs. Judd was a good Christian lady and was loved by everyone.

ADDITIONAL DATA

  • "The Judd Family Bible", Upper Cumberland Genealogical Association, Inc., Vol. X, No. 4, Page 105.

 

Andrew Jackson Judd

Top Photo Source: Pictorial History of Putnam County, Tennessee, Page 51

Photo Source: Cookeville History Museum, Siftings of Putnam County, Tennessee - Page 203