Company D, First Tennessee, Confederate States Army

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Captain, N. L. Simpson, died during the war, and John Bevel then became captain.

Killed in the service

First lieutenant
____ Awalt
lieutenants
William Davis
Thomas Baggett
Nat Norvell
Tuck Hill
Thomas Davis
Allen Pogue
Jacob Mitchell
Ben George
Henry Driver
Giles Powers
Thomas Taylor

Wounded

Captain John Bevel
Lieut. H. J. Byrom
Alex Reedy
John Clark
J. W. Byrom lost left hand
R. H. Anthony, lost a leg
William Lewis, lost a leg
Isaac Mitchell, lost a leg

Died in the Service

Thomas Reedy
John Clark, wounded
____ Tribble,
Olla Overby
Ezekiel Shasteen

Served to the close of the war

Lieutenant John Tribble
Lieutenant Monroe Farris

Privates

Thomas Rogers
James Allen
Thomas Anderson
Tobe Anderson
Milt. Byrom
James Bailey
R. S. Anthony
Rev. William Anthony, chaplain of the regiment
L. A. Rogers
Larkin Rogers
Benjamin Shasteen
H. W. Farris
Joseph Pogue
George Sanders
William Fanning
Wes. Fanning
Watch Cook
William Jones
Dick Jones
James A. Sanders
A. A. Davis
E. J. Chambers
Henry McGivens
G. Raney
W. Weaver
George Weaver
Ben Hutton
James Hutton
E. Brown
Toliver Hendricks
John Hendricks
Turner Childs
Dr. ____ Childs
R. A. Overby
H. C. Bolen
Joseph Bolin
___ Smith
John McKinzie
John Strong
John Cobble
William Majors
Robert Majors
H. Pilot and
Gabriel Lewis

The information concerning this company was given by county court clerk, J. W. Byrom, who gave it to the best of his recollection.



MLA Source Citation:

Goodspeed Publishing Co. History of Tennessee from the earliest time to the present. Goodspeed Publishing Co. 1887. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 17 August 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/tennessee/company-d-first-tennessee-confederate-states-army.htm - Last updated on Mar 16th, 2013


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