HISER VALENTINE RICHARDSON
5 thTENNESSEE CAVALRY
USA

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Born: 26 January 1841 in Jackson County, Tennessee
Died: 11 July 1919 in Putnam County, Tennessee
Buried: Elmore-Richardson Cemetery, Putnam County, TN (FindAGrave)
Parents: William Hiser and Sarah (Goslin) Richardson

Married: Arminta M. Elmore on 23 August 1866 in Putnam County, Tennessee
Born: 28 June 1835 in White County, Tennessee
Died: 8 March 1911 in Putnam County, Tennessee
Buried: Elmore-Richardson Cemetery, Putnam County, Tennessee (FindAGrave)
Parents: George Washington and Sarah (Bussell) Elmore
Widow of: Riley Richardson
NOTE: At the time of Riley Richardson's death, Arminta was about three months pregnant with Washington Richardson.

Children:

  1. Winfield Richardson
  2. George M. Richardson
  3. Sarah A. Richardson
  4. Mary A. Richardson

2nd Married: Phebie A. Gentry on 25 January 1912 in Putnam County, Tennessee
Born: about 1857
Died: 22 January 1915 in Putnam County, Tennessee
Buried: Harris-Richardson Cemetery, Putnam County, Tennessee (FindAGrave)
Parents: Barnett and Elvina (Elmore) Richardson
Widow of: Harmon Young Harris

RELATIVES WHO SERVED

  • Brother: John G. Richardson - 5th Tennessee Cavalry

MILITARY INFORMATION

5 th Tennessee Cavalry
Company A
USA

ABSTRACT:

  • Enlisted as a Private. Last rank was a Private.
  • Enlisted 24 Nov 1862 at Nashville.
  • Age 21
  • Height: 5' 8"
  • Complexion: Dark
  • Eyes: Blue
  • Hair: Dark
  • Born: Putnam County, TN
  • Enlisted: 4 Aug 1862
  • Enlistment to 31 Oct 1862: Present
  • Nov & Dec 1862 Present
  • Jan & Feb 1863: Not Stated
  • 28 Feb - 30 Jun 1863: Sick in hospital at Nashville
  • Mar -May 1863: Absent sick in Hospital at Murfreesboro, TN since 3 Mar 1863
  • Jul & Aug 1863: Sick in hospital at Nashville
  • Jul & Aug 1863: Hospital Muster Roll of No. 2 USA General Hospital, Nashville, TN - Present
  • Jun 1865: Fayetteville, TN - Discharged by reason of GO No. 83 War Department - 8 May 1865
  • Mustered Out: 25 Jun 1865
  • 24 March 1874 - War Department - Adjutant General's Office: This man entered No. 5 G. H. Murfreesboro, Tenn (as of 1st Tenn Cav) 3 Mar 1863 with gunshot wound right thigh, transferred 24 Mar 1863. Entered No. 2 G. H. Nashville, Tenn. 24 Mar 1863 with fleshwound of thigh four inches above the knee right side received near Bradenville Tenn March 1, 1863. Wound healed 28 Apr 1863 leaving the limb partially flexed from contraction of the muscles and returned to duty 21 Sep 1863.
  • Sep - Dec 1863: Present
  • Jan - Dec 1864: Present
  • Jan - Apr 1865: Present
  • Wounded at the Battle of Bradyville, TN on 2 March 1863. Shot through the thigh.
  • Enlistment Papers Included

US PENSION APPLICATION

CENSUS DATA

  • 1850 Jackson County, TN, Page 256
  • 1860 Putnam County, TN, Page 46
  • 1870 Putnam County, TN, Page 165
  • 1880 Putnam County, TN, Page 112A
  • 1890 Putnam County, TN Veteran's Census
  • 1900 Putnam County, TN, Page 151A
  • 1910 Putnam County, TN, Page 195A

OBITUARY

  • Putnam County Herald, 16 March 1911, Page 6
    Richardson, Mrs. Hise: Mrs. Hise Richardson of the thirteenth district died Saturday and was buried Sunday.

ADDITIONAL DATA

  • Putnam County Herald, 8 May 1913, Page 2
    Lone Oak
    Special attention, old soldiers, both Gray and Blue. The Albert G. Davis Post, No. 76, will decorate the soldier's graves on May 30, at Boma at 11:30, both places being close together and handy to the train. All are welcome. May 30 is the decoration day all over the United States. It is also my birthday. I never been able to find a comrade whose birthday is May 30, I would give a premium to find one.
    It has become custom to request a shower of birthday cards I received a small shower last May 30. I will ask for a flood of them this time not over one thousand. I hope they will fill my hat full at the decoration. We hope to have a good time on that day.
    Hise Richason, Commander
    M. Judd Chaplain
  • Putnam County Herald, 12 June 1913, Page 3
    Soldier's Decoration
    The Abert G. Davis Post, No. 76, will decorate the old soldiers' graves at Bloomington Springs on July 4, 1913, meeting at the Methodist church at 10 o'clock. Memorial sermon by J. M. Stewart. The decoration will be conducted by the chaplain. The services will be continued all day. We hope the old soldiers of both sides will attend. Everybody invited. We wish for a good time.
    Hise Richison, Commander
    M. Judd, Chaplain