3 edition of Muster list of Captain Thomas K. Porter"s Tennessee artillery, C.S.A. found in the catalog.
Muster list of Captain Thomas K. Porter"s Tennessee artillery, C.S.A.
Sherman Lee Pompey
|Statement||by Sherman Lee Pompey.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 81/1644|
|The Physical Object|
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|LC Control Number||80147164|
The 11th TN Cavalry was placed in General Joseph Wheeler's Cavalry Corps. They moved into East Tennessee as part of General James Longstreet's army and remained there until April, , when they rejoined the Army of Tennessee near Dalton, Georgia. Around the 1st of October, the regiment was ordered to Cleveland, Tennessee, to rest and recruit. J. M. Jenkins, enlisted in Captain John Sutherland's Company, 4th Regiment Tennessee Volunteers**, at Ripley, Tennessee, present at Fort Pillow, Tenn., on Aug muster, present on January 1, muster, recorded as at home on sick furlough on the J muster, recorded on the Novem
's History about 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery Regiment, Company K, "The Pillow Flying Artillery": August 6, The unit was organized in Memphis, Tennessee by Captain William L. Neyland as company K "The Pillow Flying Artillery". It was formerly Captain William Miller's Company. Decem The “Sons of Fluvanna” (1st Battery), commanded by Capt. Charles Huckstep, and the “Fluvanna Light Artillery” (2nd Battery), commanded by Captain John J. Ancell, missed the battles of Second Manassas and Antietam, though Huckstep’s command lost a gun and a .
muster rolls have been found, were assigned to the battalion on Novem to complete the regiment. These were Captain Deatheridge's Company and Captain White's Company, both listed as on detached service; they never actually served with the regiment. . For his role in the war, Lea was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal. Lea was also one of the founders of the American Legion in Gordon Browning, later Governor of Tennessee, served as a captain in th Field Artillery and was in command of Battery A.
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Porter’s Tennessee Light Artillery Company. This company was organized July 1, as State troops, and mustered into Confederate service on Septem at Nashville, with some men detailed to it from the 3rd (J.
Brown’s) and 18th (Palmer’s) Tennessee Infantry Regiments. Taken from Tennesseans in the Civil War, this section gives a descriptive history of the Tennessee Confederate Artillery Units.
The Artillery Corps, Provisional Army of Tennessee 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery Regiment. The rolls list the names of officers and enlisted men in a captain’s company with their dates of enlistment and occasional remarks regarding wounds, transfers and desertions. The rolls from the Seminole Wars are the only existing military records at TSLA from those conflicts.
I agree that Larry Daniel's "Cannoneers In Grey" is a well researched book and is a "must read" for Artillery enthusiasts!!r great book that is specific to a particular unit is "Courage and Devotion: A History of Bankhead's/Scott's Tennessee Battery In the American Civil War" by.
Muster Roll of a Company of Militia Infantry, under the command of Captain Richard Crunk in the service of the United States in the division of Tennessee Militia commanded by Colo John Cocke from 13th Nov when mustered into service to 13th May Richard Crunk, Capt John Duncan, 1st Lieut Thornton Jones 2nd Lieut William B.
Porter 3rd Lieut. Tennesseans in the Civil War (Volume 2) by Civil War Centennial Commission, EA53; The Roster of Confederate Soldiers by Janet B. Hewett, EH4; The Roster of Union Soldiers by Janet B.
Hewett, EH4; Report of the Adjutant General of the State of TennesseeET29Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers from Tennessee.
These records contain card abstracts of entries relating to each soldier as found in original muster rolls, returns, rosters, payrolls, appointment books, hospital registers, Union prison registers and rolls, parole rolls, and inspection reports.
They may also contain the originals of any papers relating solely to a particular soldier. Browse by military unit, then name of soldier, or use the. Captain John Houk's Company. General Thomas Johnson' Brigade. Colonel Stephen Copeland's 3rd Regiment of Tennessee Militia.
Captain Moses Thompson's Company. Captain Allen Wilkinson's Company. Colonel Richard C. Napier's 1st Regiment West Tennessee Militia. Captain James McMurray's Company.
Colonel John Brown's East Tennessee Volunteer Mounted. Captain Thomas K. Porter, light battery, Bowling Green, Kentucky, J South Carolina: Reprint Co., (Family History Library book M2L.) Digital versions at Ancestry ($); Internet Archive.
Memorial rolls for First Tennessee Light Artillery can be found starting on page Tennesseans in the Civil War, The Artillery. Kain's Company, Tennessee Light Artillery (Mabry Light Artillery) Overview: Mabry Light Artillery was organized in Januarty,and mustered into Confederate service at Knoxville in May.
The unit moved to Cumberland Gap, 33 men were detached, and a section was attached to Gracie's Brigade. Captain John Dandridge; Captain William Brown; Captain Nathaniel Burnwell; Regimental Staff. Adjutant William Kent; Quartermaster Jarvis Adams; Paymaster Harrison Randolph; Surgeon Thomas Christie; Surgeon’s Mate Jonahan Calvert; Surgeon’s Mate Alexander Lajourmaine; Sergeant Major John Cole; Quartermaster Sergeant Griffith Evens; Drum Sergeant Robert Parr; Fife.
Cavalry and artillery regiments were organized in a similar way, although cavalry companies were frequently called troops. Artillery companies included specialized soldiers, such as bom-bardiers, gunners, and matrosses.
The soldiers in artillery regiments often functioned individually, or in small groups, rather than as a regiment. Also called Captain Robert P. Griffith's Company-Captain R.R. Ross' Company - Maury Artillery - Maury Light Artillery.
Company "C", Monsarrat's Battalion in November Although it was organized as light artillery, it spent its entire active service in manning batteries of heavy artillery, first at Fort Donelson and later at Port Hudson. Roberts' Company, Mississippi Artillery (Seven Stars Artillery) Formed during the early summer of at Jackson, Mississippi.
Disbanded February, Commanded by Captain Calvit Roberts. Stanford's Company, Mississippi Light Artillery Organized during the fall of and soon moved to Tennessee. Commanded by Thomas J.
Sanford was in command. History. Organized October-November at Philadelphia. Entered Valley Forge January with fit for duty. Left Valley Forge with fit for duty. Fisher's Company, Tennessee Artillery was also called "Nelson Artillery"; formerly Captain J.
Anglade's Company - "This company was mustered into Confederate service at Nashville, Octo as Captain J. Anglade's Company.
It served as Company "A", Captain George H. Monsarrat's Reserve Artillery Battalion, which was a temporary. Muster rolls reveal that the regiment went by various designations besides volunteer mounted riflemen: volunteer cavalry; mounted militia; or mounted gunmen.
Many of the men from this unit were with Andrew Jackson on the expedition to Natchez (December – April ) and, consequently, felt their one-year’s enlistment expired in. Company B, 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery () was a Confederate Army artillery battery during the American Civil the unit was assigned to a Tennessee Artillery Regiment, it was originally organized as the McCown Guards or the McCown Guards Artillery, a volunteer company organized in Lafayette County, Arkansas.
Also known as: Company A, 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery Branch: Artillery. Henry Eldman lives 30 miles from here. Sam’l Lukeroy is also alive on. Jim McGriff and J. Douglass is in your state, did live at Fort Smith, was an Elector on Bryant ticket in These are the only ones I ever knew anything about I think.
Jim Brown is still alive and drunk at Cleveland, Tennessee. Re: 3rd East Tennessee Militia - War of By Betsy Stanford Febru at They were part of a brigade led by General Thomas Johnson (the other regiment of Johnson's brigade was led by Colonel R.
C. Napier). as muster rolls show casualties from this battle in the companies of Captains Moses Thompson and Allen.Company H, 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery () was a Confederate Army artillery battery during the American Civil the unit was assigned to a Tennessee Artillery Battalion, it was originally organized as the Magruder Guards volunteer company organized in Pulaski County, Arkansas.
Also known as: Company D, 4th Arkansas Infantry Battalion and/or Hoadley's : Artillery.Full text of "Mexican War veterans: a complete roster of the regular and volunteer troops in the war between the United States and Mexico, from to ; the volunteers are arranged by states, alphabetically" See other formats.