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Private William H. Terry was a young man of privilege from middle Tennessee when he signed up to join the Confederate Cavalry on October 30th 1861. He soon found himself part of an elite military unit of 40 well-mounted, well-heeled, and well-armed men, handpicked from some of the finest families of the region. After the raw recruits were initially drilled and trained at Carnton Plantation south of Franklin, they were assigned the designation of Company F, relocated to Camp Cheatham in…

Private William H. Terry was a young man of privilege from middle Tennessee when…

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Simms, Tennessee Infantry, Co. Thomas received a gunshot wound to the leg at Gettysburg, July He would die July 1863 from the wound.

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Pvt. Thomas Matthew Durham, Confederate soldier, 15th Tennessee Cavalry (officaly the 9th Tennessee Cavalry) Co. D was captured at Portland, Meigs County, Ohio July 19. Pvt. Durham died after 17 months  in Camp Douglas Chicago, Ill of smallpox

Pvt. Thomas Matthew Durham, Confederate soldier, 15th Tennessee Cavalry (officaly the 9th Tennessee Cavalry) Co. D was captured at Portland, Meigs County, Ohio July 19. Pvt. Durham died after 17 months in Camp Douglas Chicago, Ill of smallpox

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A, "Rock City Guards," (Feild's) Tennessee Infantry. Severely wounded at Murfreesboro, the wound would become disabling for further infantry service.

John Harrison Simpson. Enlisted in Co I, 3rd Tennessee Cavalry (Union) in 1863 at age 15. Wounded and captured by Confederates under Nathan Bedford Forrest in 1864 and sent to Cahaba prison. Survived the ordeal, exchanged in March, 1865, and loaded onto the steamship Sultana. A boiler blew and the Sultana sunk rapidly, killing some 1800 of the 2400 passengers and crew. Amazingly, Simpson survived once again. He lived past the age of 80 and died in 1929.

Enlisted in Co I, Tennessee Cavalry (Union) in 1863 at age Wounded and captured by Confederates under Nathan Bedford Forrest in 1864 and sent to Cahaba prison.

Ninth Plate Ambrotype of Confederate Corporal John J. Burroughs of the 6th Virginia Infantry.  Burroughs later served in the 34th Tennessee Infantry and the Tennessee Light Artillery with his brother Captain William H. Burroughs.

Ninth Plate Ambrotype of Confederate Corporal John J. Burroughs of the Virginia Infantry. Burroughs later served in the Tennessee Infantry and the Tennessee Light Artillery with his brother Captain William H.

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