Article that appeared in the
Putnam County Heraldon Thursday, December 12, 1907
Vol. V, No. 41, Pages 2-3, Roll #201
CAPTAIN WILLIAM GORE - Discharged at Corinth, Miss. Returned home. Elected to the State Legislature assembled at Memphis. Afterwards was Lieutenant in Hamilton's Company of Cavalry. Surrendered at Washington, Ga., at close of the war. with Shaw's Battalion.
FIRST LIEUTENANT A. B. BOTTS - Discharged at Corinth, Miss. Afterwards no record.
SECOND LIEUTENANT JAMES EATON - Discharged in Northern Virginia late in 1861. Did some service with Hamilton in 1862.
THIRD LIEUTENANT A. W. W. BROOKS - Circuit Court Clerk of Jackson County. Discharged at Corinth, Miss. Afterward Lieutenant in Shaw's Battalion. Surrendered at Washington, Ga., May 9, 1865.
ORDERLY SERGEANT D. M. HAILE - A young lawyer of distinction. Was promoted to Second Lieutenant May 8, 1862. Killed at Murfreesboro December 31, 1862.
SECOND SERGEANT T. G. SETTLE - Discharged at Tupelo, Miss. about June 20, 1862. Afterwards served with Hamilton's Regiment until health failed.
THIRD SERGEANT L. M. GIPSON - Was severely wounded at Murfreesboro December 31, 1862. Was in all the battles in which his regiment was engaged. Paroled at Greensboro, N. C., 1865.
FOURTH SERGEANT BAILEY P. MCCLELLAND - Town Constable of Gainesboro. Quit the army at Tupelo, Miss. Afterwards no record.
FIFTH SERGEANT TEPPON C. SETTLE - Discharged at Tupelo, Miss. Afterwards no record.
FIRST CORPORAL JOHN VANHOOSER - Discharged in spring of 1862, under age. Joined Shaw's Battalion of Cavalry. Paroled at Washington, Ga., May 9, 1865.
SECOND CORPORAL SOLOMON LEONARD HALL - Killed at Murfreesboro December 31, 1862.
THIRD CORPORAL GEORGE M. RAY - Sheriff of Jackson County. Discharged at Corinth, Miss., over age. No record afterwards.
FOURTH CORPORAL JOSEPH LEIPSHEETS - Promoted to Second Lieutenant December 31, 1862. Afterwards promoted to Adjutant of Eighth Tennessee Infantry. Killed at battle of Franklin, Hood's army.
FIRST MUSICIAN N. B. YOUNG - Threw away his drum at battle of Perryville, Ky., went into battle and was severely wounded - arm broken and shot through the body. Afterwards served as musician. Was paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina.
ABNER, ISAAC - Quit the army just before the battle of Missionary Ridge. Went to the enemy.
ABNER, WILLIAM - Quit the army in spring of 1862. No record.
ALLARD, JAMES M. - Discharged at Corinth, Miss., over age.
ALLEN, JOHN - Came to us from Overton County and remained until the day before the Chickamauga battle where he was ordered to draw shoes. Out of the thousands of shoes John was unable to get a fit. The Orderly, Bill Ingle, told him he was going to see that he went into the fight and he had better get a pair of shoes. John refused, but kept in line double quick up and down those gravelly ridges and showed to the satisfaction of all that he was no coward. He left us in a few days. Never heard of him afterwards.
BECK, NATHANIEL T. - Discharged from hospital in Virginia fall of 1861. Joined Eighth Tennessee Cavalry, Captured at Parker's X Roads, West Tennessee. Died in prison.
BOTTS, WILLIAM H. - Clerk and Master of Jackson County and a prominent lawyer. Promoted to Major of Eighth Tennessee Infantry where he served until May 8, 1862, when he abandoned the cause of the Confederacy, returned to his home, took the oath of allegiance and remained at home until the close of the war.
BROWN, EDWARD M. - Quit the army at Corinth, Miss. Joined the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry. Killed at home during the war.
BROWN, GEORGE W. - Quit the army in the spring of 1862. Joined Captain R. J. C. Gailbreath's Company, Fourth Tennessee Cavalry. Quit them, got in prison, was exchanged and went home.
BROWN, JOHN L. - Killed at battle of Chickamauga. A reliable good soldier.
BROWN, JONES H. - Quit the army in spring of 1862. Joined Captain R. J. C. Gailbreath's Company. No record afterwards.
BRYANT, Z. H. - Transferred and promoted to Second Lieutenant in Twenty-eighth Tennessee Infantry. Paroled at Greensboro, N. C.
BURRIS, JOHN M. - Blacksmith and wagon-maker. Captured in East Tennessee just before Chickamauga battle. Escaped from prison and joined Eighth Tennessee Cavalry. Paroled at Washington, Ga.
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM T. - Wounded in the battle of Murfreesboro in arm; in battle of Franklin wounded in leg. Left in hospital and sent to Rock Island prison; last heard in bad condition. Rumor has it that he was killed in Virginia on his way from City Point, where he was exchanged.
CARTER, HARRISON - Died at Hunterville, Va., fall of 1861.
CASE, JACOB - Quit the army in spring of 1862. Joined Fourth Tennessee Cavalry. No further record.
CASE, WILLIAM - Quit the army in spring of 1862. Joined Fourth Tennessee Cavalry.
CASSETTY, WM. S. - Promoted to Second Sergeant at Corinth, Miss., May 8, 1862. Wounded slightly at battle of Murfreesboro. Afterwards severely wounded in the face in front of Atlanta, Ga. Paroled at close of the war. Died of wounds since the war in Missouri, of wounds in face and neck.
CASON, L. M. - Quit the army in the winter of 1861-2. Joined Captain Bill Gracey's Company in Woodward's Cavalry.
CLARK, R. F. - Came to us from Kentucky while at Camp Trousdale, enlisted after we got to Virginia. Took the fever and died at Huntersville, Va., in fall of 1861. We were never able to find any of his people or where he lived before coming to us.
COOK, JAMES J. - Shot in the end of the big toe at Murfreesboro December 31, 1862. Afterwards transferred to Eighth Tennessee Cavalry. Paroled at Washington, Ga.
COX, ROBERT A. - Drum Major. Transferred to Fourth Tennessee Cavalry; promoted to Assistant Quartermaster; went with John H. Morgan on his raid into Ohio; declined to surrender with Gen. Morgan, but swam the Ohio River at Buffington Island, reported for duty and was sent to West Tennessee to get up supplies for Hood's army; was captured and taken to a Northern prison, where he remained until the close of the war. While with the Fourth Cavalry as Assistant Quartermaster he went into the Perryville battle, got his horse killed and was himself slightly wounded. The same day Mat Pilcher, who was also an Assistant Quartermaster, was wounded.
COX, DAVID - Was discharged at Camp Trousdale for physical disability early in the war.
COX, WM. G. - County Court Clerk of Jackson County. Discharged in Virginia early in 1861. Abandoned the Confederate cause.
DARWIN, GEORGE C. - Enlisted December 31, 1862, at Murfreesboro. Upon one occasion we were ordered to locate the enemy in our front. George volunteered as vidette and when the command forward was given he charged the whole Yankee army. Coming in contact with the enemy's outpost he captured the vidette and trotted him back to the rear. The man captured gave all the information required. Afterwards, Darwin was captured at Kenesaw Mountain and remained in prison until the close of the war.
DARWIN, L. H. - Wounded severely at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, 1864. Surrendered at the close of the war. His wound was in the face, he losing one-half of his under jaw.
DEJARNETTE, JOHN - Was wounded in the leg in font of Atlanta, Ga., Returned to the command in time to be in the Franklin battle. Surrendered at Greensboro, N. C., at close of war. Was one of the men that covered the retreat of General Hood our of Tennessee.
DENTON, A. G. - Promoted to Second Lieutenant May 8, 1862. Was killed in the battle of Murfreesboro December 31, 1862.
DESHIELDS, WILLIAM G. - Quit the army at Beech Grove, Tenn., on Bragg's march into Kentucky.
DUDNEY, LON H. - Promoted to Third Sergeant at Dalton, Ga. Died in hospital at Macon, Ga., of pneumonia fever.
FOX, WM. A. - Known as "Pretty Bill." Was slightly wounded at Battle of Perryville, Ky., being stunned by a shell he was so bewildered that he asked a comrade if he was killed. Got into the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry. No further record.
FOX, BARTLETT A. - Quit the army early in 1862. Joined the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry. No further record.
FOX, B. B. - Wounded on the New Hope line, One Hundred Days Battle, losing three fingers. Was made a train guard. One report is that he was killed while guarding a bridge. Another is that he was living in Abingdon, Va., a short time after the war, where he had been on furlough.
FOX, KENDRICK - Wounded in arm at Murfreesboro December 31, 1862. Was never able for duty afterward.
FOX, F. M. - Enlisted about December 25, 1862. Was killed at battle of Murfreesboro December 31, 1862.
FOX, WM. B. - Known as "Ugly Bill." Had his leg shot off at Murfreesboro December 31, 1862. Died in hospital.
GAILBREATH, WM. A. - A young man of superior intellectual powers, a great historian and by nature an orator. Entered the army on the 6th day of May, 1861, as a private, and without further aspirations, served until his death in the summer of 1862, at Tupelo, Miss. On the Cheat Mountain raid he got barefooted, made a pair of moccasins of rawhide, got hungry, broiled his moccasins on the coals and ate what he could use of them.
GAILBREATH, R. J. C. - A former Representative in the lower house of the Tennessee Legislature, a lawyer of no small ability, and while a private in a speech in the mountains of Virginia, stated that he was opposed to all this maneuvering with the enemy; let us go into it and fight it out, as he didn't want to be like the poor cow that lived all the winter and died in the spring; but let us do the work, and do it quickly. Late in 1861 he was elected Second Lieutenant to succeed James Eaton, resigned. Quit the infantry May 8, 1862. Returned to Jackson County and raised a company for the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry, where he served with bravery and distinction until he was wounded at the battle of Murfreesboro December 31, 1862. Died near Murfreesboro.
GAINES, RUFUS H. - Was a prominent merchant of Gainesboro. On the 6th day of May, 1861, he quit his business and enlisted as a private, and without further aspirations he served until his head was shot off at Murfreesboro December 31, 1862. He had a ring on his finger which was put on when a boy. He thought of having it cut off, but lost it off the night before was killed.
GIPSON, MATTHEW - Was severely wounded in a personal difficulty at Gardner's Corner, South Carolina. Served until May 8, 1862, when he quit the infantry and soon joined the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry. No further record.
GORDON, SEWELL A. - Quit the army at Corinth, Miss. Joined Hamilton's REgiment of Cavalry, and afterwards Shaw's Battalion. When the greater part of the command was cut off in Tennessee, he a private who could neither ready nor write, beat through the enemy's lines with a small squad of privates and attached himself and men to General Dibrell's Brigade, where he did valuable service. He and his men were paroled with Shaw's Battalion at Washington, Georgia, May 9, 1865.
GORDON, SAMUEL - Was slightly wounded at Chickamauga, Ga. Was soon after promoted to Color Corporal and paroled at Greensboro, N. C., 1865.
GORE, M. L. - Discharged in Virginia in fall of 1861. Afterwards raised Company "G," Eighth Tennessee Cavalry. Promoted to Colonel of Eighth Tennessee Cavalry, where he served with distinction as part of President Davis' escort until his regiment was surrendered at Washington, Ga., May 9, 1865.
HARRISON, J. RICHARD - Quit the army army at Corinth, Miss., and afterwards joined the Federals.
HAILE, AMON B. - Quit the infantry at Corinth, Miss. Joined the cavalry, was wounded on Jennings Creek and died.
HAILE, WM. T. - Wounded in the shoulder at the battle of Chickamauga. Afterwards had his leg broken in the One Hundred Days Battle and was never able for duty again. Paroled at the close of the war.
HALE, THOMAS S. - Quit the infantry at Corinth, Miss. No further record.
HALE, AMON G. - Quit the infantry at Corinth or Tupelo, Miss. Joined the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry, was promoted to Lieutenant and paroled at Washington, Ga., May 9, 1865.
HALE, MARLIN D. - Enlisted about September 1st, 1862. A mere boy, but possessed of great moral courage. He often said he didn't think he could go into another fight, but he always went. He was captured at Kenesaw Mountain, and escaped from prison near the close of the war.
HAMLET, JOSEPH - Enlisted about the time of the Murfreesboro fight. Was a fine soldier, always ready when his name was called. One of his comrades dreamed he saw Joe dead on the battlefield. His Captain told him to go home to his wife and six children, but he replied that rather than disgrace his children he ones might bleach on the battlefield. He went into the battle of Franklin and was killed. He was a man of the very highest order of principle, which some of his children failed to inherit.
HAMLET, JACK - Was a brother of Joseph Hamlet. Enlisted about December 25, 1862, had his leg shot off and died at battle of Murfreesboro December 31, 1862.
HAMLET, DAVID M. - Enlisted in Captain Gore's Company, Eighth Tennessee Cavalry. Exchanged with LaFayette Washburn soon after the battle of Perryville, Ky. Paroled at Greensboro, N. C.
HARE, SAMUEL E. - Quit the infantry about September 1, 1862. He was soon after captured by the Federals, who sore him to not cross the Ohio River coming South during the war, but he soon reported to his wife at Gainesboro, who had been with him thus far in the war. She asked Sam how in the worked he expected to account for his being home after swearing he would not come south of the Ohio River until the close of the war. He stated that it was easy enough as he surrounded it.
HUFF, PETER - Quit the infantry at Corinth, Miss. Joined the cavalry. No further record.
HUFF, PENDLETON - Enlisted in Captain Brown's Company, Twenty-eighth Tennessee Regiment and was transferred to Eighth Tennessee Infantry. Was wounded in leg on New Hope line, One Hundred Days Battle, and wounded in mouth at battle of Franklin on Hood's raid. Paroled at Washington, Ga., at close of war.
HUFHINE, H. C. - Discharged at Corinth, Miss, under age. No further record.
INGLE, WM. A. - Promoted to Orderly Sergeant December 31, 1862. Wounded at Murfreesboro the same day, in the chin, Afterwards wounded in the arm at Resaca, Ga. While in front of Atlanta he resigned the position of Orderly Sergeant to join the sharpshooters. Was captured the morning after the fight at Nashville and was in prison until the close of the war.
JARMON, WM. A. - Enlisted at Gainesboro May 6, 1861. Killed at Murfreesboro December 31, 1862.
JOURDAN, GEORGE C. - Promoted at Camp Trousdale to Assistant Surgeon of the Eighth Tennessee Infantry. In a few days resigned the position and returned to Gainesboro, where he remained during the war, a Rebel between the lines.
KEITH, WILLIAM - Quit the army while at Corinth, Miss. No record further.
KEITH, JAMES M. - Killed on coast of South Carolina May 31, 1862, by James W. Medders, in a personal difficulty.
KIRBY, ORELIUS - Captured in front of Atlanta, Ga, Escaped prison but was not with the army afterwards.
LAW, ABDOLOMINUS - Killed by a train at Knoxville, Tenn., on way to Virginia in 1861.
LAW, THADDEUS - Severely wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., and was never able for duty during the war.
LAW, LARKIN - Severely wounded at Perryville, Ky., by bomb while we were supporting Carnes' Battery. He wounds never healed during the war and he was unable to do much service afterwards. Paroled at Greensboro, N. C.
LAWSON, B. H. - Quit the army on Bragg's retreat out of Tennessee. No further record.
LEIPSHEETS, JACOB - Enlisted soon after December 31, 1862; was killed on outpost at Resaca, Ga.
LOWE, LEONARD J. - Enlisted on the 6th day of May, 1861. Soon after transferred to Captain Gid H. Lowe's Company while at Camp Trousdale. Afterwards promoted to Adjutant of Twenty-eighth Tennessee Regiment.
MANSEL, WM. J. - Was slightly wounded at Murfreesboro, being so shocked that he ran up to Matthew Rogers and said "Mat, am I killed?" Mat answered "No, but if you don't go to killing those Yankees yonder you soon will be killed." Mat says he went to work.
MANSEL, JONAS B. - Furnished a substitute, then joined the cavalry. Was wounded at Redyville under Dibrell by a sword cut on the head. Continued with Dibrell and was paroled at Washington, Ga., May 9, 1865.
MCCAWLEY, WM. H. - Quit the army soon after the battle of Chickamauga. Made a fine soldier while he stayed.
MCCUE, JAMES F. - Promoted to First Lieutenant December 31, 1862. Acted as Assistant Quartermaster most of the war, by detail. Made a very fine officer. Fought gallantly in battle of Franklin and was killed in a charge made by the enemy late in the night. McCue was killed in our effort to hold the angle of the works on the left of the Rebel line that took and held the works. The charges of the enemy were made by volunteer charging parties and were said to be twenty-two. I did not count them.
MEDDERS, JAMES W. - Enlisted at Gainesboro May 6, 1861. Contracted many small debts which he promised to pay when we crossed Tar River; so on our way from northwest Virginia to the coast of South Carolina we crossed Tar River and demand was made generally and he paid promptly. In a personal difficultly in South Carolina Medders killed J. M. Keith, a messmate, and severely cut Mat Gipson at another time - all being in drunken broils. Medders was a Rebel, but seemed to be very restless, and quit us and went to the Twenty-fifth Tennessee Regiment. Our then Captain Wm. Sadler sent for him at Shelbyville. After along and hard fight for life he was convicted, but just before we left Shelbyville he was pardoned by general order of General Polk, returned to the company and fought through the battle of Chickamauga, but soon left us for good.
MINOR, WM. C. - Fourth Sergeant, was wounded three times in the battle of Murfreesboro December 31, 1862, but never left the battlefield. Was discharged on account of wounds.
MINOR, HIRAM T. - Was wounded three times in the battle of Murfreesboro December 31, 1862, but never left the battlefield. He had been previously promoted to Third Sergeant and commanded the company in the absence of any superior officer until the election at Shelbyville, as we had lost our Captain, First and Second Lieutenants killed, Brevet Second Lieutenant wounded, Orderly Sergeant killed and Second Sergeant wounded. The two Minors alluded to above were each wounded in the cheek, in the thigh and in the hand although they never left the company. Both were discharged at or near Chattanooga on account of said wounds, and were not able for duty afterwards.
MINOR, JOHN V. - Enlisted in Captain U. T. Brown's Company, Twenty-eighth Tennessee Infantry and transferred to the Eighth Tennessee Infantry. Was wounded and captured at Perryville, Ky. Was afterward captured on the march from Dalton to Atlanta, Ga., during the One Hundred Days Battle and remained in prison until the close of the war. He declined promotion only as detailed as a Corporal.
MORGAN, JOB M. - Enlisted May 6, 1861, at Gainesboro. He was promoted to Assistant Quartermaster of the Twenty-eighth Tennessee Infantry about October 8, 1862. Was transferred to General Dibrell's Regiment, where he served during the war. Paroled at Washington, Ga., May 11, 1865.
MORGAN, PERRY F. - Was promoted to Second Lieutenant December 31, 1862. Afterwards promoted to Adjutant of Eighth Tennessee Infantry. While executing a command given by Colonel J. H. Anderson he was severely wounded, and died in front of Atlanta, Ga., July 22, 1864.
ODOM, WM. H. - Substituted for J. B. Mansel, who joined the cavalry. Deserted in a few days and joined the Federals.
PHARRIS, WARREN - Discharged at Tullahoma; physical disability. Died at home in a short time.
PLEASANTS, ACY D. - Discharged at Corinth, Miss.; over age.
POSTON, WM. M. - Promoted to Orderly Sergeant at Corinth, Miss. Killed at Murfreesboro December 31, 1862, shot through the body more than twenty times. Buried by James F. McCue.
POSTON, THOMAS J. - Promoted to Fifth Sergeant at Corinth, Miss. Killed at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, 1864. Poston had drawn a new haversack and on entering the battle we were ordered to pile the haversacks. Poston came to his Captain and requested that he cut his off him, stating that he expected to be killed and he wanted his folks to know how he went. His Captain told him that if he felt that way not to go in; that it being a very hot day, many had broken down and were not in line, and that one man could not win a battle. He answered that he was going to leave the matter with him who doeth all things well; that he would not play out. So inside of an hour he was killed about seven to ten steps ahead of the line, in the charge on the second line of works, Cleburne having taken the first line. We buried him under an apple tree about three hundred yards from the works. Suppose his bones are there today.
PRICE, C. C. - Discharged at Corinth, Miss; over age.
QUARLES, JOHN S. - Enlisted at Gainesboro May 6, 1861. Promoted to Brevet Second Lieutenant at the reorganization at Corinth, Miss., May 8, 1862. Promoted to Captain December 31, 1862. was severely wounded at Murfreesboro; slightly wounded at Chickamauga; slightly would on July 27 and again on July 29, before Atlanta. Declined to surrender with the infantry, but was ordered by General Cheatham to report to General Dibrell at Saulsbury, North Carolina. Was on President Davis' escort with Dibrell's Brigade, which surrendered May 9, 1865. Surrendered in company of Job M. Morgan on May 11, 1865.
QUARLES, WILLIAM A. - Enlisted in Captain Sims Company, Twenty-eighth Tennessee Regiment. Was promoted to Orderly to Colonel John P. Murray. Was severely wounded at Shiloh and discharged on account of wounds. Afterwards appointed Brigade Sutler, and was paroled as a member of Company "G," Eighth Tennessee Infantry, at the close of the war.
RANSUM, WADE - Quit the army at Corinth, Miss. Joined the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry.
RAWLEY, PLEASANT J. - Died in Virginia in the summer of 1861.
RAWLEY, LAFAYETTE W. - Quit the army soon after the battle of Chickamauga.
ROBERTS, HENRY H. - Wounded in the leg at Chickamauga and died in hospital.
ROGERS, MATTHEW - Quit the army early. Soon returned and was in the battle of Murfreesboro, where he was slightly wounded. Soon quit.
SADLER, WILLIAM - Promoted to Captain May 8, 1862. Killed in battle of Murfreesboro December 31, 1862. His last words were "Go on; you can do nothing for me; go on." He was the bravest of the brave.
SADLER, LEE - Enlisted September 8, 1862. Was captured at Perryville, Ky., October 9, 1862. Was severely wounded at Chickamauga. Transferred to Eighth Tennessee Cavalry, Paroled at the close of the war.
SHEPHERD, ORMEL - Enlisted about December 25, 1862. Killed at the battle of Murfreesboro December 31, 1862.
SMALLING, CALVIN - Quit the army at Corinth, Miss.
STAFFORD, ANDERSON - Discharged at Corinth, Miss., under age.
STAFFORD, JONAS - Enlisted as a conscript. Quit the army in a short time.
STAFFORD, LEROY - Enlisted at Shelbyville as a conscript. Soon quit the army.
STONE, W. S. - Promoted to Assistant Commissary at Shelbyville. Captured in West Tennessee and in prison at the close of the war.
TINSLEY, CALEB N. - Died at Shelbyville just before Bragg's retreat out of Tennessee.
TOLBERT, JAS. - Came to us from Tenth Missouri Federal Cavalry. Staid until after Chickamauga battle then returned to former command and remained until the close of the war.
TOLBERT, WILLIAM - Came to us from Tenth Missouri Federal Cavalry. Staid until after Chickamauga battle then returned to the Tenth Federal Cavalry.
TONY, JOHN - Enlisted in Eighth Tennessee Cavalry. Transferred to Eighth Tennessee Infantry. Was captured or killed at the battle of Murfreesboro December 31, 1862.
WHITAKER, JOHN - Was left in hospital in northwest Virginia. Heard he was discharged.
WHITAKER, GEORGE - Left the army at Corinth, Miss. No record afterwards.
WALKER, BISHOP - Died at Corinth, Miss., summer 1862.
WHEELER, BISHOP - Wounded at Murfreesboro in calf of leg; afterwards wounded in thumb in front of Atlanta. Killed at battle of Franklin.
WASHBURN, LAFAYETTE - Promoted to Assistant Commissary. Soon after the battle of Perryville, Ky., ordered to Dibrell's Eighth Tennessee Cavalry. Paroled May 9, 1865.
WILLIAMS, THOMAS J. - Shocked with the explosion of bomb at Murfreesboro. Was discharged at Tullahoma. Died at home.
YOUNG, Z. M. - Quit the infantry in the summer of 1862 in Mississippi. Says he served with Hamilton's Cavalry afterwards. We left him in hospital somewhere South, so he says.
The above roll was made out entirely from memory. Never had a diary during the war, so I am solely accountable for any mistakes or misstatements herein contained, and ask no correction from any one.
JOHN S. QUARLES
Captain Company "G," Eighth Tennessee Infantry