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Berry Farmer
Rank: Sergeant
Unit: Bat. Art. Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Daniel M. Ford
Rank: Private
Side: Union
Unit: Co. A and C - 1st Tennessee Infantry
Pension: 368312
Additional Notes: Served from July 18 1863 to August 3 1865.
Submitted by: Suzanne Pratt
John C. Ford
Rank: Private
Side: Union
Unit: Co. A and C - 1st Tennessee Infantry
Pension: 365823
Additional Notes: Served from July 18 1863 to August 3 1865.
Submitted by: Suzanne Pratt
Stephen Akes Ford
Rank: Private
Side: Union
Unit: Co. F 6th Tennessee Infantry
Pension: 160281 (widows claim 478709)
Additional Notes: Served 3 years from March 10 1862 to March 24 1865. Captured and imprisoned in Richmond; escaped and made way back to unit in Kentucky.
Stephen Akes (Aikens) Ford was married to Nancy Huff and Serelda Wilson. He was the father to 10 children by Nancy Huff and 5 children by Serelda Wilson. He is buried in Bakers Forge Memorial Cemetery with his first wife Nancy Huff.

Submitted by: Suzanne Pratt
Stephen D. Ford
Rank: Pvt
Unit: Co.A 1st TN Infantry
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Stephen D. Ford (1844-1932) was re-interned by TVA at Baker's Forge Memorial Cemetery from the Old Baker's Forge Cemetery in Sugar Hollow when Norris Lake was formed. He was a member of the Captain Archibald Myers Post of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
George W. Foust
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th TN Cav
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
John Foust
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co G
Pension:
Additional Notes: 
Jesse Fox
Rank: Pvt.
Unit: Co. F 5th TN Cavalry (McKenzie's Fighting Fifth)
Pension: Not Known
Additional Notes: Captured at Nashville and spent two and a half years as a prisoner at Fort Delaware. Joined in Cocke Co TN.
Submitted by: Frank O Fox
Jefferson Frederick
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
James Freeman
Rank: Private
Unit: 49th KY Inf
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
James Gaylor
Rank: Private
Unit: 5th Bn AL Cav
Pension: 10266
Additional Notes: 
Isaac German
Rank: Chief of Scouts
Unit: 
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Jabez Onsby Gilbert
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd VA Cav
Pension: S3203
Additional Notes: 
P.L. Gibson
Rank: Private
Unit: McKenzie's Reg Tenn Cav Co G
Pension: TX#46109
Additional Notes: 
G. W. Graham
Rank: Captain
Unit: 8th TN Inf Co J
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Jasper Graham
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co M
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Nickolus B. Grant
Rank: Private
Unit: 6th TN Inf Co F
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Michael D. Green
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co H
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
William Green
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co I
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
James A. Greer
Rank: Corp.
Unit: Co. H, 10th TN Cav.
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Died in field hospital near Pulaski on Aug. 20, 1864 of disease. Buried in Stones River National Cemetery in Murfreesboro.
Submitted by: LVoyles
Green A. Gregory
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
John Gregory
Rank: Corpl
Unit: Co I, Tenn Cav
Pension:
Additional Notes: Buried in Glades Springs Cemetery
Submitted by: Helen L Smith Hoke
John Green
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Davis Grigory
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
GRIGORY, Davis Pvt Age: 22 - Born: Campbell Co., TN - MIA July 31, 1864 - POW at Andersonville until Sept 22, 1864 (could this be the older brother Philamon D. GREGORY from 1860 census 18 years old? Son of Green A. Gregory)
Submitted by: Cindy Lou Palmer
Green A. Grigory
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
GRIGORY, Green A. (pension applied for) Pvt Age: 18 - Born: Campbell Co., TN - 1890: Living at Powells River, Campbell Co., TN - Died Aug 7, 1917 at Newcomb, TN (Listed in 1860 census GREGORY as 14 years old, also of note has a brother named Philamon D., father named Green A. Gregory)
Submitted by: Cindy Lou Palmer
Abe Gross
Rank: Private
Unit: 6th TN Inf Co F
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
George W. Gross
Rank: Private
Unit: 58th KY Co D
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Abraham E. Hamby
Rank: Private
Unit: National Guard East TN Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
STEPHEN HAMLETT
Rank: OFFICER
Unit:
Side: Confederate
Pension:
Additional Notes:
Submitted by: Eric Johnson
George W. Hampton
Rank: Private
Side: Union
Unit: 6th TN Inf Co F
Pension: 391163
Additional Notes: Submitted by Suzanne M. Pratt
George W. Hampton, Company F 6th Tennessee Infantry, Federal Pension Certificate Number 391163.  Mustered in as private on 10th day of March 1862 at Boston Kentucky for a period of 3 years.  Mustered out with the Company March 24, 1865 at Nashville, TN as a private.  According to pension application took part in Battle of Atlanta. 
Additional Info: George Hampton was son of Elisha Hampton and Lydia Merritt.  He married Lucinda Woodward Feb. 1867 by John Myers Esq. Children of George and Lucinda were Mary Hampton, born July 19, 1868 and James Hampton born Feb. 2, 1871.  This information is taken from the Department of Interior Bureau of Pensions questionaire filled out by George Hampton on 4th May 1898 in connection with his pension #391163.
William C. Harden
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd TN Reg Cav Co B
Pension: 122257
Additional Notes: Submitted by Dennis W. King
William C. Harden; Company B, 2nd Regiment of Tennessee Cavalry; Federal; wife's Pension No. 122257; died near Elk River, Alabama on October 10, 1864; wife: Sarah M. King; children: John Harvey and William C.
William Harris
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co C
Pension: 691407
Additional Notes:
Rufus Hartbarger
Rank: Private
Unit: Co. H. 13th Tenn Calvary
Pension:
Additional Notes: Wife Malinda drew a widow's pension after his death Nov 5 1893.
Submitted by: Shirley Hartbarger Hunt
Duncan Hatmaker
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 486702
Additional Notes: Submitted by Paula Via
Isaac Hatmaker
Rank: Private
Unit: 7th TN Mtd Inf Co G
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Jacob Hatmaker
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
OLD JACOB HATMAKER
Rank: Corporal
Side: Confederate

Unit: CO-A
Pension:
Additional Notes:
Submitted by: J.C. MILLER
Jacob Hatmaker Jr.
Rank: Private
Unit: 7th TN Mtd Inf Co G
Pension: 820719
Additional Notes: Submitted by Rhonda Hatmaker
Jacob Hatmaker, Jr., Company G 7th Tennessee Mounted Infantry, Federal, rank entered and completed service- Private, pension number 820719.
There were two Jacob Hatmakers that served in Company G, 7th TN MTD INF, under the command of Captain J.W. Tindell. Jacob Hatmaker, age 18, the future husband of Nancy Jane Murray, was known in the military service as Jacob Hatmaker "JR." His cousin, Jacob Hatmaker, age reported as 33, the husband of Barbara (Murray) Hatmaker, was known in the military service as Jacob Hatmaker "SR." (see Jacob Hatmaker Sr)
Actual military service and pension records reviewed on July 13, 1999, at the National Archives, Washington, D.C., by Rhonda Hatmaker. Micro-copy no 395, Roll no. 177, Compiled service records of vol. Union soldiers who served in organizations from Tennessee, Seventh Mounted Infantry. 
Jacob Hatmaker Sr.
Rank: Private
Unit: 7th TN Mtd Inf Co G
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Submitted by Rhonda Hatmaker
See Jacob Hatmaker, Jr.
James Hatmaker
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Submitted by Paula Via
died February 25, 1862
John Hatmaker Jr.
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 519852
Additional Notes: Submitted by Paula Via
John Hatmaker Sr.
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Submitted by Paula Via
died Jan 19, 1865 Annapolis, MD
John Hatmaker
Rank: pvt.
Unit: 1st TN.Inf.Co A
Side: Union
Pension: 519852
Additional Notes: I am the 2nd.great grand son of john hatmaker sr. He was the son of old jacob hatmaker . He was a civil war vet, He also practiced as an herb doctor. If any one could help me to obtain additional information I would be grateful. My address is j.c. miller,340 butter and egg rd. jacksboro,tn.37757
Submitted by: J. C. Miller
Thomas Hatmaker Jr.
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 479965
Additional Notes: Submitted by Paula Via
Thomas Hatmaker Sr.
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
William Hatmaker
Rank: Private
Unit: 6th TN Inf Co F
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Submitted by Paula Via
William H. Hatmaker
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co H
Pension: 398274
Additional Notes: 
John M. Hays
Rank: Corporal
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co B
Pension: 197368 (Invalid) & 503828 (Widows)
Additional Notes: Submitted by Wanda Hyatt
He was also known as John M. Hayes. He was married to Lydia Sharp and had seven children. All of their children but one was born in Campbell County. Their second child was born in Missiouri in 1859.
Alexander Heatherly Sr
Rank:
Unit:
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Alexander Heatherly Sr. was my Great-Great Grandfather. He was a pilot for the Union Army. He was re-interned at Baker's Forge Memorial by TVA from the Old Baker's Forge Cemetery when Norris Lake was formed.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Alvis Heatherly
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd TN Inf Co E
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
G.W. Heatherly
Rank: Corporal
Unit: 1st Tenn Infantry
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: George Washington Heatherly was a brother to my Great-Great Grandfather, Alexander Heatherly Sr. He was re-interned at Baker's Forge Memorial Cemtery from the New Heatherly Cemetery at what is now Heatherly's Point by TVA when Norris Lake was formed.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
John Heatherly
Rank:
Unit: 1st Tennesse Infantry
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: John Heatherly was the son of Andrew Jackson and Sarah Craig Heatherly. He was a first cousin to my Great-Grandmother, Susan Cannon Spangler, and my Great-Grandfather, John J. Heatherly. He was caputured near Kingston, and died in the Confederate Prison at Andersonville, Georgia. He is buried there in the National Cemetery.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
John Heniger
Rank: Pvt
Unit: Co. B 11th TN Cav.
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: John Heniger was re-interned at Baker's Forge Memorial Cemetery by TVA from Henegar's Bend in Union County when Norris Lake was formed.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Wm. W. Heniger
Rank: Pvt
Unit: Co. B 11th TN Cav.
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: William Heniger's wife, Lydia Childress Henegar Lindamood, was a sister to my Great-Great Grandmother, Eadie Childress Spangler. William Heniger was re-interned at Baker's Foge Memorial by TVA from Henagar's Bend in Union County when Norris Lake was formed.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Gordon Mynatt HILL
Rank: private
Unit: Co. A 1st KY Vol. Cav.
Side: Union
Pension: 311,116
Additional Notes: He enrolled and was mustered into service on 10 Aug 1863 in Co. F at Somerset, KY. He later transferred to Co. A same regiment.
Submitted by: Barbara Renick
Narvell Hill
Rank:
Unit: Co. F 6th Reg Tenn Inf.
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Stout-Dossett Cemetery Central Peninsula of Norris Reservior
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Thomas Lafayette Hope
Rank: Pvt.
Unit: Calvary 12th Bat. Co. E
Side: Confederate
Pension: 977
Additional Notes: TL Hope enlisted in Campbell Co. TN on 15 June, 1863. Received pension in MO. 1913. Died 12 Nov. 1915 in MO.
Submitted by: Vail Hope Ellis, granddaughter
James Campbell Housley
Rank: Sergeant
Unit: 6th TN Inf Co F
Pension: SC 545034
Additional Notes: son of Robert B. Housley & Sarah Cooper
Born 16 March 1846 Campbell County 
Died 17 April 1930 Campbell County 
Submitted by: Tom Housley
John Housley
Rank: Private
Unit: 11th TN Reg. Cav Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Sgt. John Housley
Rank: Sgt.
Unit: Co. H 9th TN Cav
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Sgt. John Housley was the son of Robert and Sarah Cooper Housley. His Grandfather, Peter Cooper, fought in the War of 1812. Sgt. John Housley was first cousin to my Great-Great Grandfather, George Sharp. Sgt. John Housley was buried on his farm at his request, and re-interned by TVA at Baker's Forge Memorial when Norris Lake was formed.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Joseph Housley
Rank: Corporal
Unit: 6th TN Inf Co F
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Joseph Housley fought for the Union in the Civil War. He served as Corporal in Company F, 6th Regiment, East Tennessee Infantry. He served under Captain Archibald Myers. (Joseph's brother, James Campbell Housley served in the same Regiment.) Joseph joined the Union Army on March 10, 1862 in Boston, Kentucky to serve for a period of three years. On June 26, 1864, Joseph died of chronic diarrhea in a field hospital in Georgia. Joseph's original place of interment is listed as Allatoona, Georgia. He was later reinterred in the Marietta National Cemetery (Section C, Grave #1815).
Submitted by: Floyd Owsley
Pleasant Housely
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Light Art Batt Co C
Pension: 122390
Additional Notes: 
George Houser
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd TN Reg Cav Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Submitted by Dennis W. King
George Houser; Company B, 2nd Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry; Federal; Pension No. of wife's application: 122390; died near Murfreesboro, Tennessee on May 14, 1863; wife: Nancy E. King; children: Lemuel, Sylvester and James Wesley.
Marion Hubbard
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
James Hunley
Rank: Corpl
Unit: Co A 1 TN Inf
Pension:
Additional Notes: 1st Regiment, Tennessee Infantry Organized at Camp Dick Robinson, KY, Aug and Sept, 1861. Attached to Thomas Command, Army of the Ohio, to Nov, 1861. 12th Brigade, Army of the Ohio, to Dec,1861. 12th Brigade, 1st Div, Army of the Ohio, to Feb, 1862. 24th Brigade, 7th Div, Army of the Ohio, to Oct, 1862. 3rd Brigade, District of WV, Dept. of the Ohio, to Nov, 1862. 1st Brigade, 2nd Div, Centre 14th Army Corps, Army of the Cumberland, to January, 1863. 1st Brigade, 2nd Div, 14th Army Corps, to April, 1863. District of Central KY, Dept. of the Ohio, to June, 1863. 1st Brigade, 1st Div, 23rd Army Corps, Army of the Ohio, to August, 1863. 1st Brigade, 4th Div, 23rd Army Corps, to Oct, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 4th Div, 23rd Army Corps, to Nov, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 1st Div, Cavalry Corps, Dept. of the Ohio, to April, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 4th Div, 23rd Army Corps, to May, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 3rd Div, 23rd Army Corps, to Aug, 1864. 2nd Brigade, 4th Div, 23rd Army Corps, to Feb, 1865. 2nd Brigade, 4th Div, District of East TN, to Aug, 1865. SERVICE.-Duty at Camp Dick Robinson and at London, Ky., till January, 1862. Battle of Logan's Cross Roads January 19, 1862. At London and covering Cumberland Gap till March. Skirmishes at Big Creek Gap and at Jacksborough March 14 (Co. "A"). Reconnoissance to Cumberland Gap and skirmishes March 21-28. Cumberland Gap Campaign March 28-June 18. Occupation of Cumberland Gap June 18-September 17. Skirmish near Cumberland Gap August 27. Rogers' Gap August 31. Operations at Rogers' and Big Creek Gaps September 10. Evacuation of Cumberland Gap and retreat to Greenupsburg, Ky., September 17-October 8. Operations at Kanawha Valley, W. Va., till November. Ordered to Louisville, Ky., thence to Nashville, Tenn., and duty there till January, 1863. Escort trains to Murfreesboro, Tenn., January 2-8. Action at Cox's or Blood's Hill January 8, 1863. Reconnoissance to Franklin and Brentwood February 1-2. Ordered to Lexington, Ky., March 11, 1863. Duty in District of Central Kentucky till June. At Camp Dick Robinson till April. Expedition to Monticello and operations in Southeast Kentucky April 25-May 2. At Nicholasville May. Actions at Monticello and Rocky Gap June 9. Sander's Raid on East Tennessee & Virginia Railroad and destruction of Slate Creek, Strawberry Plains and Mossy Creek bridges June 14-24. Kingston June 16. Wartzburg June 17. Lenoir Station June 19. Knoxville June 19-20. Rogers' Gap June 20. Powder Springs Gap June 21. Powell Valley June 22. Pursuit of Morgan July 8-28. At Lebanon and Camp Nelson July. Operations against Scott's forces in Eastern Kentucky July 25-August 6. Near Winchester July 29. Irvine July 30. Lancaster, Stanford and Pain's Lick Bridge July 31. Smith's Shoals, Cumberland River, August 1. Burnside's Campaign in East Tennessee August 16-October 19. Jacksborough August 28. Winter's Gap August 31. Athens September 10 and 25, Calhoun September 18. Calhoun and Charleston September 25. Cleveland October 9. Philadelphia October 20-22. Sweetwater October 24. Leiper's Ferry October 28. Knoxville Campaign November 4-December 28. Marysville November 14. Lenoir Station November 14-15. Near Loudoun and Holston River November 15. Campbell's Station November 16. Siege of Knoxville November 17-December 5. Russellville December 10. At and near Bean's Station December 9-15. Blain's Cross Roads December 16-19. Hay's Ferry, near Dandridge, December 24. Mossy Creek, Talbot Station, December 29. Bend of Chucky and Rutledge January 16, 1864. Operations about Dandridge January 16-17. Seviersville January 26. Near Fair Garden January 27. Fentress County February 13. Sulphur Springs February 26. Atlanta, Ga., Campaign May to August. Demonstration on Dalton May 8-11. Battle of Resaca May 14-15. Cartersville May 20. Operations on line of Pumpkin Vine Creek and battles about Dallas, New Hope Church and Allatoona Hills May 25-June 5. Operations about Marietta and against Kenesaw Mountain June 10-July 2. Lost Mountain June 15-17. Muddy Creek June 17. Noyes Creek June 19. Cheyney's Farm June 22. Olley's Creek June 26-27. Assault on Kenesaw June 27. Nickajack Creek July 2-5. Chattahoochie River July 6-17. Peach Tree Creek July 19-20. Siege of Atlanta July 22-August 11. Relieved August 11 and ordered to Knoxville,Tenn, Duty there and in East Tennessee till March, 1865. Expedition from Irish Bottom to Evans' Island January 25, 1865. Ordered to Cumberland Gap March 16, 1865, and duty there till August. Mustered out August 8, 1865. Regiment lost during service 49 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 334 Enlisted men by disease. Total 385.
Submitted by: Helen L. Smith Hoke
William Russell Hutson
Rank:
Unit: Co. D 125th Ind. Infantry
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: William R. Hutson was my Grandfather. He was the son of William Fuller and Elizabeth King Hutson. He is buried in the Stout Dossett Cemetery on the Central Peninsuala of Norris Reservior. His wife, Sarah Heatherly Hutson, was the daughter of Andrew Jackson "A.J." & Sarah Craig Heatherly. He had eight children-Mary, George, Sarah, Lucinda, Andrew C., James M., Grover C., and Martha Jane. Andrew C. was my Father.
Submitted by: Sarah Hutson Reynolds
M.F. Irwin
Rank: 1st Sergant
Unit: Co. I 7th Tenn MTD Inf
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Born 1-2-1842 Died 6-5-02 Internment Stout Dossett Cemetery Central Peninsula of Norris Reservior
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Nathaniel Irwin
Rank: Lieutenant
Unit: Co I. 7th TN Mounted Infantry
Pension:
Additional Notes: Nathaniel Irwin, son of George and Lucy Irwin, enrolled Jacksboro, Nov. 8, 1864 at age 25. Mustered into Co G, 7th Regiment TN mounted Infantry March 7, 1865. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant May 7, 1865 to Co I of 7th Reg. Mtd. Inf. Discharged Nashville, TN May 9, 1865. Married 4 times and 7 children. Died 1890 and buried in Stout-Dossett Cemetery. First Cousin of my gg Grandmother Linton Irwin
Submitted by: Donald J. Phillips
Ashey Ivey
Rank: Private
Unit: 4th TN Cav Co C
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Roster Info
IVY, Ashley Pvt Age: 30 Born: Campbell Co., TN - Died May 10, 1870 at Jacksboro, TN 
Submitted by: Cindy Lou Palmer
George Ivey
Rank: Private
Unit: Co E, 5th Tenn Inf
Pension:
Additional Notes: Buried in Glades Springs Cemetery
Submitted by: Helen L Smith Hoke
James Ivey
Rank: Private
Unit: Co F, 6th Tenn Inf
Pension:
Additional Notes: Buried in Glades Springs Cemetery
Submitted by: Helen L Smith Hoke
Pomeroy Jarmin
Rank: Pvt.
Unit: Co. C, 2nd TN Inf.
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Prisoner of War. Captured at Rogersville, TN in Nov. 1863. Died in Andersonville, GA on June 11, 1864 while in captivity. Buried in Andersonville National Cemetery.
Submitted by: LVoyles
Zechariah T. John
Rank: Private
Unit: 39th Mtd Inf Co F
Pension: S6999
Additional Notes: 
Issac N. Jones
Rank: Sgt.
Unit: Co. H 9th TN Cav
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Baker's Forge Memorial Cemetery
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Johnson N. Jones
Rank: Private.
Unit: Co. B 1st TN Infantry
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Enlisted 1 Aug 1861 Jacksborogh, TN. Died 9 July 1862 Flat Lick, KY, believed to be from dysentery complications.  Wife Elizabeth Bailey.
Submitted by: Marlene Lawley
Jasper KEITH
Rank: Private
Unit: 3rd Reg. TN Mounted Infantry
Side: Confederate
Pension:
Additional Notes: Brother of Ramsey (J. R.)KEITH and John KEITH.
Submitted by: Louis K. Keith
John T. KEITH
Rank: Private
Unit: 3rd Reg. TN Mounted Infantry
Side: Confederate
Pension:
Additional Notes: Brother of Ramsey (J. R.) KEITH and Jasper KEITH.
Submitted by: Louis K. Keith
Ramsey (J. R.) KEITH
Rank: Private
Unit: 3rd Reg. TN Mounted Infantry
Side: Confederate
Pension:
Additional Notes: Jonathan Ramsey (J. R.) KEITH, son of Archibald KEITH, served with his brothers, Jasper KEITH and John KEITH, in Company K, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Mounted Infantry under Colonel Newton LILLARD. After the war, the three brothers moved with their father to Gonzales County, Texas, where they are buried.
Submitted by: Louis K. Keith
David King
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co C
Pension: 104233
Additional Notes: 
James Sylvester King
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd TN Reg. Cav Co B
Pension: 65996
Additional Notes: Submitted by Dennis W. King
James Sylvester King; Company B, 2nd Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry; Federal; Pension No. of wife's application: 104233; died at Memphis, Tennessee on March 29, 1865; wife: Louisa M. Coulter or Coutter; children: Margaret E. and Nancy J.
Thomas Jones
Rank: Sergeant
Unit: 29th TN Inf Co H
Pension: S4985
Additional Notes: 
Julius Brister King
Rank:
Unit:
Side: Confederate
Pension: 24733
Additional Notes: Smith County Book # 3
Submitted by: John Thomas King
Wiley Valentine King
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd TN Reg. Cav Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Submitted by Dennis W. King
Wiley Valentine King, Company B, 2nd Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry; Federal; died at Louisville, Kentucky on December 3, 1862; wife's pension application # 65996 wife: Caroline B. Coulter; children: Martha Jane and William A.
J. C. Kirkland
Rank: Private
Unit: NC Thomas's Legion
Pension: S4598
Additional Notes: 
Reuben Lambert
Rank: Private
Unit: KY Vols
Pension: 
Additional Notes: Under Capt. Ambrose Arthur
Submitted by: Maryl1515@aol.com
Allen Laxton
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Thomas Laxton
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Hiram Lay
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
James Lay
Rank: Sergeant
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
James F. Lay
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Jesse C. Lay
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Jesse Lay
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
John D. Lay
Rank: Corporal
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
John D. Lay
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Lewis Lay
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st TN Inf Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Michael Lay
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Samuel Lay
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
William Lay
Rank: Private
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co A
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
William Lay
Rank: 1st Sgt
Unit: Nat Gd - East TN Co B
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
Joseph Lett
Rank:
Unit: Co. C 1st Tenn Inf.
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Stout Dossett Cemetery Central Peninsula of Norris Reservior
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Matthew Lindsey
Rank: Private
Unit: 2nd TN Inf Co C
Pension: 126245
Additional Notes: Roster Info
John Lively
Rank: Private
Unit: 5th TN Inf Co. K
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
L. W. Livingston
Rank: Private
Unit: 62nd NC Inf
Pension: S5707
Additional Notes:
John S. Locke
Rank: Private
Unit: 6th KY Inf
Pension: S13860
Additional Notes: 
Landon C. H. Long
Rank: private
Unit: Company A 1st Tennessee Cavalr
Side:> Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: Wounded and captured
Submitted by: Paul Weaver
William M Long
Rank:Corporal
Unit: Co. K,2nd Regiment, Tennessee
Side: Union
Pension:yes
Additional Notes:He enrolled on Dec 29, 1861. He held the rank of Corporal from June 20, 1863 to March 15, 1865. He was 6ft one inches tall. He was captured at Rogersville, TN on November 6, 1863. On November 13, 1863 he was sent to confederate prison in Richmond, VA and in February 1864 he was sent to Belle Isle, Andersonville Prison in GA. He was pardoned in Maryland on March 10, 1865. He survived Andersonville! My grandfather was born July 30, 1830, died Aug 7, 1898, buried at Coker Creek, Monroe Co. TN.
Submitted by: Paul J Long
James Oliver Longmire
Rank: Private
Unit: Co. B, 11th TN Cavalry
Pension: 687,659
Additional Notes: Later shown in the roster of Co. H, 9th TN Cavalry. The 11th TN Cav. Regiment , U.S.A. Also called 1st East TN Cav Battalion and 11th East TN Cav. Regiment. Companies " "A","B","C", and "D" mustered in at Camp Nelson, Kentucky on Autust 15, 1863; merged into 9th TN Cav. Reg. March 24, 1865 I have additional information about these units. email me and I will provide you with a copy that the "Yankees" sent to me.
Submitted by: Robert Jackson Longmire
John Loudermilk
Rank: Private
Unit: 9th Tenn Cav Co E
Pension: 
Additional Notes: 
David Love
Rank: Pvt.
Unit: Co. C 1st TN Cav
Side: Union
Pension:
Additional Notes: David Love was re-interned at Baker's Forge Memorial Cemetery by TVA from the Hatmaker Cemetery when Norris Lake was formed.
Submitted by: Joe Stephens
Joseph Lumpkins
Rank: Private
Side: Union
Unit: 2nd TN Inf Co E
Pension: 
Additional Notes:  Joseph Lumpkins left his wife Phobe and his two young children and along with William T. Dike walked from Powell River in Campbell County to Somerset Kentucky. There he joined Company E 2nd. Tn. infantry as a private on June 6, 1863. He was captured at the battle of  Rogersville November 6, 1863. He died in Libby Prison on Belle Island near Richmond, Virginia
Submitted by: Frank Jones

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