DeKalb County Tennessee
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Blackburns & Garrisons Company E ~ I

Company E Officers
Captain, Macadoo Vannata
First lieutenant, M. C. Vick
Second lieutenant, James Williams
First sergeant, Bove Oakley
Second sergeant, W. J. Crook
Third sergeant, J. M. Johnson
Fourth sergeant, George Turner
Fifth sergeant, G. W. Martin
Corporal, C. Booker
Corporal, A. C. Cox
Corporal, Virgil Ray
Corporal, J. Ricketts
Corporal, H. McCork
Corporal, A. Blythe
Corporal, C. Manners
Corporal, F. A. Right
Bugler, Len R. Scott
Smith, G. W. Lanier
Privates
Dallas Adkins
J. N. Alexander
T. Beadle
H. C. Bennett
J. Y. Bennett
Leonard Cantrell
J. Capshaw
J. W. Carroll
S. M. Christian
William Conley
W. F. Craven
J. Crook
Tilman Crook
F. Culwell
Berry Driver
H. H. Eskin
H. M. Fite
D. F. Floyd
S. L. Gay
Leman Hale
Thomas Hass
J. Harden
A. Harris
T. Harris
J. Hickman
B. Hill
J. Hill
W. R. Hill
J. Hodges
Francis Hollandsworth
J. C. Huchens
S. Hughes
T. P. James
W. Jenkins
Dous John
James Keaton
J. L. Kenard
William King
A. Lack
J. Lawson
H. W. McGuire
J. Manners
J. Maxfield
W. F. Metcalf
James Oakley
Joseph Oakley
A. Pack
Barn Page
W. R. Parris
S. H. Patterson
J. H. Rany
P. Roberts
J. F. Scott
Manson Scott
J. P. Smith
R. Stewart
W. J. Stokes
Barney Taylor
J. Thomas
John M. Trammel
T. W. Trammel
Isaac Turner
Thomas W. Turner
William I. Turner
T. I. Vance
E. C. Walker
B. G. Warren
E. Williams
Leonard F. Woodside

Company F Officers
Captain, William L. Hathaway
First lieutenant, James H. White
Second lieutenant, Elijah Robinson
First sergeant, Ben Hall
Second sergeant, Tom Curtis
Third sergeant, James Robinson
Fourth sergeant, Seaborn Page
Fifth sergeant, W. B. Corley
Corporal, John Hendrixon
Corporal, Jesse Farler
Corporal, Ike Gibbs
Corporal, Daniel Hale
Corporal, W. M. Moore
Corporal, S. M. Pirtle
Corporal, William Adamson
Corporal, W. M. Short
Privates
L. J. Allison
Joe M. Banks
Thomas Biford
J. R. Cantrell
J. B. Carter
A. L. Cummings
Asa Driver
J. M. Dunlap
J. B. Edney
Sim Estes
Isom Etheridge
Eli Evans
E. D. Fish
William Fitts
James Ford
Erastus D. Foster
Jonathan R. Fuson
James H. Fuson
J. M. Gilbert
J. B. Hardinlay
Len Hathaway
Smith Hendrixon
James R. Hicks
R. Hill
E. D. Hutchens
H. Johnson
I. C. Johnson
Tilman Joins
F. P. Kephart
John Lasiter
Thomas Leadbetter
L. B. Linsey
J. Linsey
V. McIntire
Giles Martin
R. E. Martin
W. J. Martin
J. J. Maxwell
S. Neal
A. Pack
J. M. Pack
John Pack
Jacob Pack
Allen Page
Erwin Page
Wash Parsley
J. A. Parsley
J. F. Petit
J. E. Robinson
Levi D. Robinson
C. H. Robinson
Ike Shehane
John Smithson
E. Snow
W. Snyder
Bailey Taylor
Chesley Taylor
E. Taylor
Henry Taylor
J. T. Taylor
W. Thomas
Joseph Turner
G. B. Woodward
R. Woodward
Died
G. B. Woodward, J. M. Pack, April 8, 1865
A. L. Cummings, April 8, 1865

Company G Officers
Captain, James P. Patey
First lieutenant, S. B. Whitlock
Second lieutenant, James A. Kitchings
First sergeant, G. E. Coatney
Second sergeant, H. C. Barry
Third sergeant, J. M. Enoch
Fourth sergeant, A. Gwaltney
Fifth sergeant, J. B. Barber
Corporal, T. H. Campbell
Corporal, W. T. Allen
Corporal, F. C. Allen
Corporal, I. Manning
Privates
F. Adcock
J. D. Agee
Jere Agee
W. B Agee
Benjamin Allen
A. J Baker
G. K. Baker
P. J Baker
Turner Barrett
W Beasly
G. B. Boulton
N. B. Boulton
Ben Bradley
J. Bray
F. E. Buckner
G P. Campbell
Wamon Capshaw
L. Chandler
William Cheek
Thomas Clark
M. F. Coatney
W. H. Corley
A. H. Cowen
Sam Denny
D. R. Enoch
T. F. Estes
J. B. Farmer
J. Frederick
A. B. Fuller
W. Fuller
C. G. Gaskey
A. Girins
John Gregory
D. B. Gwaltney
R. F. Hale
A. D. Helmantaler
J. T. Highers
Simeon Highers
W. D. Hudson
T. H. Hughes
J. Hunt
J. A. Hunt
B. A. James
Henry H. Jones
B. F. Kidwell
G. D. King
W. J. Lance
E. H. Liggin
S. B. McDowel
D. A. Macon
S. W. Macon
Burrel Manning
T. B. Mathis
J. W. Merritt
William Moss
A. C. Nolan
J. Nolan
J. N. Nolan
T. Nolan
John Ogle
J. G. Parton
James Preston
Moses Preston
John Prentice
James Pritchett
J. B. Smart
W. T. Stalings
B. R. Thomas
J. M. Thomas
W. J. Thomas
J. M. Watts
J. N. Webb
Dock Wilkerson
G. Williams
Sam Winfrey

 

Company H Officers
First lieutenant, J. T. Thompson
Second lieutenant, T. H. Berry
Sergeant, T. D. Sutney
Sergeant James Weaver
Sergeant J. R. Word
Sergeant T. H. Lanham
Sergeant J. W. Fisher
Corporal, Paris Campbell
Corporal, J. Campbell
Corporal, D. S. Holt
Corporal, W. N. Ricks
Corporal, D. T. Thomison
Corporal, W. S. Stuart
Corporal, E. A. Barbee
Corporal, W. A. Jacobs
Privates
T. M. Allen
S. H. Alexander
A. H. Ashworth
W. Ball
T. J. Bell
J. F. Bell
James F. Bell
J. W. Berry
G. Biss
J. Biss
W. L. Biss
Berry J. Bond
W. E. Bond
Jim W. Carney
B. Climer
B. Craig
A. N. Cummings
J. R. Cummings
J. A. Cunningham
J. H. Cunningham
J. C. Edwards
Ben Elkins
L. A. Farmer
W. H. Gill
C. B. Griffin
J. Griffin
J. Harrison
J. P. Henderson
J. W. Herron
L. F. Holland
J. W. James
William Kelly
H. B. Gurnan
J. M. Gurnan
Presley Merritt
H. A. Midgit
George Oakley
James Oakley
G. W. Patterson
R. M. Porterfield
S. T. Porterfield
E. Shadwick
W. L. Singleton
S. Spears
Z. F. Spears
G. Springs
William Springs
A. Tanner
J. L. Tanner
J M. Tanner
R. F. Thomas
M. H. Thompson
J. R. Thompson
W. Thompson
E. P. Tracy
Thomas Tuggle
I. N. Vaught
W. J Vaught
R. H. Walker
M. A. Wallace
A. P. Williams
Ben Williams
G. W. Williams
William Williams
M. Wintherly
C. C. Wood
C. H. Young
William Younger
James Yates
Died
James Oakley, of wounds, February 4. 1865.

Company I Officers
Captain, John Simpson
First lieutenant, H. C. Sanders
Second lieutenant, C. W. Meeker (later C. M. Pitts)
First sergeant, G. W. Dimean
Second sergeant, J. W. Fleman
Third sergeant, C. A, Bailiff
Fourth sergeant, T. J. Wilburn
Fifth sergeant, Joel Dodson
Corporal, T. W. Johnson
Corporal, J. T. White
Corporal, J. M. Haney
Corporal, J. F. S. Hardaway
Corporal, W. P. Conner
Corporal, J. F. Rombo
Corporal, J. C. Chambers
Corporal, J. Walker
Privates
J. Baker
S. M. Baker
Eli Barnett
R. M. Adams
James Allen
J. W. Armstrong
W. S. Ashen
J. M. Bankston
A. G. Barnes
F. M. Barnett
Bird L. Bates
N. F. Bishop
D. O. Brown
F. M. Cassell
John C. Conner
J. H. Crane
S. D. Eddie
D. C. Fleeman
A. Gibbs
W. H. Gillan
D. G. Greer
R. Harrington
M. Hart
T. J. Hart
C. G. Head
J. Head
J. Heath
W. W. Heath
W. J. Hollis
S. House
C. Jones
N. F. Jones
C. Jordan
O. Jordon
F. M. Keath
Thomas Keath
John Kirby
James Laurence
Miles Leary
T. J. Lewis
J. D. Lossen
W. H. McClaffity
T. M. McCormack
S. McCroy
L. McGinnis
J. F. Majors
G. W. Majors
Thomas Malone
J. A. Manley
R. J. Maxwell
W. P. Maxwell
A. Medley
J. Mitchell
Alfred Morris
Isham A. Morris
H. Nolly
W. Pearce
J. Penny
A. L. Perryman
D. E. Perryman
J. Reaves
T. L. Richardson
T. J. Riggs
A. Riley
D. R. Roberts
J. H. Sandusky
W. F. Sandusky
Ben Scaggs
P. Seay
G. W. Smith
L. D. Smith
T. Smith
J. G. Smithson
J. J. Spray
F. Spurlock
J. E. Sweeler
J. T. Tanner
R. A. Thatch
J. W. Todd
W. L. Todd
J. Tolman
J. R. Tubb
J. Watson
T. J. Welch
J. Wiley
L. D. Williams
W. H. Williams
R. P. Williams
J. W. Worley
Died
John C. Conner, January 26, 1865
T. J. Hart, January 16, 1865
W. H. McClaffity, February 16, 1865
F. Spurlock, February 8, 1865
T. J. Welch, February 8, 1865

Company K Officers
Captain, Rufus Dowdy
First lieutenant, H. T. Smallage
Second lieutenant, W. H, Wilhite
First sergeant, John Parker
Second sergeant, James Wilhite
Third sergeant, E. M. Long
Fourth sergeant, J. F. Deck
Fifth sergeant, F. Coatney
Corporal, J. A. Hill
Corporal, J. F. Mulligan
Corporal, J. F. Koger
Corporal, William Frederick
Corporal, J. Cooper
Corporal, D. Godsey
Corporal, J. Stover
Corporal, J. R. Grimes
Privates
H. Armis
John, W. Allen
Van Allen
L. P. Baker
E. Bird
J. Bohanan
J. M. Boyle
B. H. Bracher
J. H. Briant
M. M. Bryan
Green P. Cantrell
W. H. Capshaw
J. Cargill
E. Cash
H. Clark
D. C. Clark
H. I. Cooper
John Courlington
W. T. Curnley
W. B. Davis
J. Dickson
H. L. Dox
William Duese
F. M. Ferguson
G. A. Finch
William Flowers
C. C. Fowler
J. Godsey
G. Goodman
William Green
D. H. Hall
G. W. Hendrixson
R. Highers
J. P. Hill
W. B. Hill
W. B. Hoyder
W. L. Hunter
E. Jackson
L. Jackson
J. N. Johnson
R. M. Johnson
W. E. Jones
W. S. Kirby
L. Liles
T. McNair
James Maries
John Maries
J. F. Martin
Thomas Mason
J. H. Moore
R. L. Newman
A. Parker
G. W. Plumlee
R. Poe
J. Prater
J. S. Prater
J. E. Pritchard
W. A. Pritchard
Jeff Reynolds
G. W. Roberts
R. Savage
Asbury Scott
A. J. Sells
S. Settle
J. R. Sisson
A. Sliger
F. Sliger
J. S. Sliger
J. H. Smith
W. J. Smith
D. M. Southerland
William H. Southerland
G. Stephens
J. A. Stone
A. J. Tucker
Marshall Walker
J. Whitaker
A. J. Williams

A. J. Garrison made up a company (G) which became a part of the First Federal Regiment of Mounted Infantry, Col. A. E. Garrett. The regiment served mainly in the northeastern part of Middle Tennessee, having frequent encounters with guerrillas. Captain Garrison was born in DeKalb County of a pioneer family. He probably died in Arkansas, to which State he removed after the war.

A. J. Garrison Company G
Company G Officers
Captain, Andrew J. Garrison
Lieutenant, L. N. Woodside, appointed March 21, 1864
Lieutenant, Elijah Bratten, appointed December 5, 1864
Privates
W. H. Adams
James Allen
Lem Barger
Stephen Barnes
Thomas Bates
W. B. Bates
J. H. Bradley
N. Bradley
Newton Brown
G. Chatham
C. A. Coe
John Conley
H. M. Crook
Ainberson Corley
John G. Dale
R. S. Dale
O. P. Durham
H. L. Farmer
W. B. Farmer
I. N. Fite
J. H. Fite
Jason Foutch
W. J. Foutch
Amos Gilly
Memphis Goodson
Francis Hall
H. C. Hardcastle
M. Harris
John W. Hass
B. Herrington
Joe Herryman (1)
Joe Herryman (2)
Josiah Hicks
John Hill
A. J. Hullet
Joe Hullet
W. W. Jackson
B. F. Jones
John Jones
William Jones
J. B. Lewis
Brax Malone
J. B. Malone
Mickeral Manners
Morris Marcum
John Martin
Daniel Mathis
John Merritt
W. Midigett
Jo Neal
Levi Neal
G. W. Norton
Lem Parker
Jo Parkerson
John Parkerson
O. Parkerson
Oliver Patterson
William Pogue
William Reasonover
John Reynolds
Shadrack Robertson
John Rodgers
William Scott
J. Scudder
William Sewell
R. Sullens
J. A. Taylor
George Thomason
M. A. Thomason
H. Vanover
James Waford
S. O. Williams
Henry Wooden
James Woodside
Died
W. H. Adams
Ainberson Corley
Memphis Goodson
W. Midigett, 1864
Oliver Patterson, 1865

DeKalb County | Tennessee

Source: History of DeKalb County, Tennessee. By Will T. Hale, Nashville, Tennessee, Paul Hunter, Publisher, 1915.

 

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