11 Wellborn Forest Cabinets
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UNDERWOOD, A. B. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav. Enl. In HC. July 14, 1862. He bare at Shelbyville, Feb. 14, 1863.
UNDERWOOD, E. R. Barry’s Btry. Enl. May thirteen, 1862 at Chatt.; Died Sept. 18, 1863 in sanatorium in Lauderdale Springs, MS.
UNDERWOOD, R. M. 2nd Co. K, 1st CSA Cav. Enl. In in HC July 14, 1862. He naked at Shelbyville, Feb. 14, 1863.
UNDERWOOD, WallaceBuried CSA Cem.
USREY, John L. Co. A, 19TNBorn c1840 in Guntersville, AL, he got here to Chatt. Afterwards the conflict and served ten years at the badge pressure. 1870 res. Chickamauga Station. Affiliated Emmeline. Died May 31, 1918 at home in East Lake and alive in King’s Point Cem. [CT June 1, 1918]
VANCE, D. B. Co. A, 18TN; Co. B, 4TN Cav. Built-in Feb. 20, 1845 in Wilson Co., TN. Enl. At Nashville May sixteen, 1861. Capt. At Ft. Donelson. Afterwards barter in Sept., 1862, served in Co. B, 4TN Cav. Canton Cloister Clerk, Cannon Co. Affiliated (1868) Elilzabeth Brewer. Abounding So. Baptist Seminary, Louisville. In 1900 abbot in Missionary Baptist Church. To Bell Buckle, c1908, however change Chatt. C1910. Res. On Marble St. Died June 20, 1921 and alive Bell Buckle, TN. [NBFM2,7; CT June 21, 1921]
VAN DYKE, Maj. William Deaderick Co. A, 59TN Army Inf.Born Oct.1, 1836 in Athens, TN, the son of Chancellor Thomas Nixon Van Dyke, he accustomed his apprenticeship at Maryville Academy and started out the convenance of law. He enl. June, 1861 and became regt. Bartering backward that year moreover acted as brig. Bartering for Gen. J. C. Vaughn and div. Bartering for Gen. B. F. Cheatham. Aback he exchange home afterwards the battle he start that his ancestor were bedfast and his mom on my own arctic of the Ohio. Afterwards abutting them at Quincy, IL, he alternate to TN in March, 1866, and fabricated his home in Chatt. He became a accomplice in the regulation abutting of Van Dyke, Cooke and Van Dyke and served as admiral of the Iron, Coal and Manufacturing Assoc. He supervised the architecture of the Hamilton Canton Courthouse, bastille and drop asylum. He died in Chatt., Aug. 1, 1883. His spouse become Anna Mary Deaderick. [CTS; CSA Mil. Hist., 10:764-65]
VAN EPPS, George C. Co. A, Co. E, 19TNHe went to a Federal bastille afterwards fact captured at Franklin, TN, on Dec. 18, 1864. He become beatific to Camp Chase, OH afterwards reality blood-soaked and captured at Franklin, Nov. 30, 1864. He become a son of the Chatt. Service provider A. C. Van Epps. His mom, Caroline Howard, turned into in the beginning from Columbus, GA. The Van Epps ancestors had a handsome anatomy domestic at 302 Walnut St. That was acclimated as officers’ abode in the course of the conflict.
VAN EPPS, Howard Co. A, 19TNAnother son of Amos C. And Caroline H. Van Epps, he become integrated in Eufala, Ala. Dec. 21, 1847 and spent his adolescence in Chattanooga place he accustomed his education. Afterwards accommodating within the Atlanta Advance he become severel ywounded at Egypt Station, MS, abreast the abutting of the battle. He spent two months in a health center at Lauderdale Springs, Miss., while adversity from gangrene. Advised regulation afterwards accepting his acquittal and have become an attorney, afresh adjudicator at Atlanta. [CSA Mil. Hist., 7: 1019]
VARNELL, Francis Marion 2nd Co. K, 1CSA Cav. He enl. Sept. 20, 1862, in HC. Paroled May three, 1865, at Charlotte, NC. Built-in in 1830, he turned into one of the sons of William M. Varnell and Margaret Nelson of Tyner. He affiliated Margaret Whittle. Francis Marion Varnell died Nov. 14, 1900.[1860HC; CSA Mil. Hist., 10:767-68]
VARNELL, Glasgow W. Co. F, 35TN Inf.Born 1828, McMinn Co., “Glass” aboriginal fought with the Confederates, afresh he abutting the Union, enlisting with Co. F, 6TN MI on Oct. 24, 1864. Afore the warfare, he lived together with his dad and mom, William M. Varnell and Margaret Nelson, at Tyner. He had dejected eyes, ablaze hair, a truthful look and changed into five’7″. He affiliated Elizabeth Hughes. Died Mar. 25, 1909 in Chatt. And alive in Varnell Cem. [JWilson Varnell family; CT, Mar. 26, 1909]
VARNELL, Josiah Co. F, 35TN Inf.Born Sevierville, TN, June 8, 1823, he become one of the sons of William M. Varnell and Margaret Nelson. Afore the conflict he became a agriculturalist at Ooltewah, alive together with his wife, Caroline Shropshire. He enl. Jan. 16, 1862, at Chatt. And changed into boost via the anatomy at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863, and remained ailing about years. Afterward the struggle he become an invalid and in 1901 is seem in Ooltewah, James Co., vicinity “he putters approximately a bit.” [Donnelly, James Co.; JWilson Varnell family; TP494].
VARNELL, Richard Nelson Co. A, 5TN Cav. (McKenzie’s) Built-in about 1825, he become one of the sons of William M. Varnell and Margaret Nelson, who lived at Tyner. He affiliated Sally Morris. Enl. Jan. 14, 1863, at Knoxville. Afterwards that 12 months, he become appear ill aback April 30. [JWilson Varnell Family]
VARNELL, William Columbus 2d Co. K, 1TN Cav.Born in 1837, he become a son of William M. Varnell and Margaret Nelson of Tyner. He affiliated Sarah E. Miller and lived until 1892. Enl. July 14, 1862, in HC and naked Nov. 28, 1863. [JWilson Varnell family]
VARNELL, William E. Co. B, Phillips GA LegionBorn Oct. 10, 1844, Whitfield Co., GA. Enl. Aug., 1861. Gettysburg (wounded), Cold Harbor. Paroled Kingston, GA, May, 1865. Methodist, Mason. To TN, 1885. Res. Chatt., 1909, 1913. Died Chatt. Jan 6, 1927.[CTJan.7,1927(listed in absurdity as Barnell)
VARNELL, William Riley Co. F, 35TN Inf.Born 1835, he become a son of James Varnell and Lavinia Nelson of Tyner. Enl. Oct. 19, 1861, at Knoxville, and he began addition software Jan. 16, 1863, at Chatt. His assemblage become camped at Tyner’s Station abreast his domestic in mid-July, 1863. Blood-soaked at Chickamauga and brought to his domestic to get better. He affiliated Sarah Moore. He died April 26, 1896. [JWilson Varnell family]
VARNELL, Zachariah Nelson Co. A, 5TN Cav. (McKenzie’s) Built-in c1825, he was the son of James Varnell and Lavinia Nelson of Tyner. He affiliated Hulda Smith. Enl. Feb. 12, 1863, at Knoxville. He fought in the course of the struggle and became paroled on April 26, 1865 at Charlotte, NC, May 3, 1865. [JWilson Varnell family]
VAUGHN, LaFayette E Co., 4TN Cav. Bn. Enl. Oct four, 1861 at Cumberland Ford, KY. Beatific domestic ill Oct. 27, 1861. Alternate to Cumberland Ford by Jan., 1862.
VEAL, Thomas C. Arty., Hampton’s Legion; Co. F, 3CSA EngineersBorn at Columbia, SC, Jan. 4, 1829. Enl. May 10, 1861 at Columbia. Fought at Mechanicsville, Cold Harbor and Savage Station (wherein his horse lifeless and he changed into wounded), Fredericksburg, Brandy Station, Sharpsburg and 2Manassas. Allowable Co. F, 4CSA Engineers and went to Charleston (Battery Wagner, Ft. Moultrie. In allegation of fortifications of Edisto River. Thence to Cheraw. During Action of Bentonville ordered to booty allegation of architect educate. To arch task in NC. Architect and Civilian Architect in Chatt. Affiliate NBF Camp, 1896. Res. In 1901 in Columbia. “He has burdened away abounding years in the past.” [NBFM2]
VENABLE, T. W. Co. I, 10GABorn in Forsyth GA, Aug. 21, 1837. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861, afresh served in Co. I, 1GA Cav. Captured at Adairsville, GA, May 24, 1864. Paroled and seem July, 1865. 1901 Res. Highland Park. Died Dec. 7, 1910 at home on Chester St. And alive FH. [FHR; CT Dec. 8, 1910; NBFM2; TP11458]
VEST, R. F. Co. E, 5TN Cav. (McKenzie’s)Born in TN. Enl. In Co. E, 5TN Cav. Carpenter in Chatt., 1888. Affiliated Susan Elizabeth Willis. Died at res. On Apprehend Ave. Dec. 13, 1900 and alive FH. [NBFM2,7]
VICK, John Co. F, 35TN Built-in 1823 in Bledsoe Co., TN and became a agriculturalist in HC until he enl. Nov. 21, 1862 at Chatt.; died Apr. 20, 1863 at Tullahoma, TN; dejected eyes, aphotic hair, aphotic complexion, five’9″ tall. His spouse was Susan.
VINEYARD (VINYARD), Noah H. Co. A, 4TN Cav.; Co. D, 37TN Born VA c1815 and his spouse, Caroline, was from GA. He was a plasterer at Chatt. Enl. June 17, 1861, Knoxville. Detached QM Dept., July 1, 1862. Disch. Overage, Sept. 15, 1862. Evidently reenl., bedfast as appearing for A. J. Wisdom. Acreage became in poor health at Chatt. In July 1863, and he became captured at Gordon’s Mills in GA on Sept. 15, 1863. Died Oct. 21, 1863.
VINSON, Bartlett C. Co. K, 43TNEnl. Oct. 17, 1861, at Ooltewah. Bare June 5, 1862. He afresh entered the Union military, bedfast with Co. B, 5TN Cav. (USA). His brother, James A. Vinson, additionally was in the Federal forces, bedfast with Co. K, 5TN Inf. (USA). The Vinsons have been sons of Anderson A. Vinson and Sophia Moon. The Vinsons were in Cocke Co., afresh Roane Co., afore advancing to HC c1835. Addition brother, Charles Washington Vinson, became a canton reliable who remained at his column for the duration of the struggle. Bartlett Vinson turned into built-in in 1839. Afterwards the war, he pressured to Texas. He died at Trenton, TX, 1919.[1860HC]
VINSON, W. H. Died Dec. 7, 1912, age 88, at Waukesha, WI.[NBFM1;CTDec.12,1912] *W
WADSWORTH, William W. 1MS Lt. Arty1890VetCensus]
WAKEFIELD, William Peyton Co. D, 39GA Sgt.Born 1838 in Smith Co. 4th Sgt., Mar. 4, 1862. Capt. Vicksburg, July 4, 1863; Paroled and capt. Port Hudson, July nine, 1863. Affiliated (1866 in Dade Co.) Jennie M. Steadman. 1910 railroad caretaker res. 14th St. With spouse. Died 1912 in HC.[TWP, p. 136; 1910HC]
WALKER, A. Clark’s Absolute Cav. Co. Enl. Aug. 31, 1862 at Chatt.; transferred Jan. 30, 1864 to 1GA CSA.
WALKER, Clement L. Co. G, 23ARBorn Tensas Parish, LA. Enl. June 20, 1862 in 23AR and afterwards in 2Lt. In Bn. Of Engineers. Merchant in Chatt, 1888; legal professional, 1899. Died truth Feb. 23, 1896 and alive CSA Cem. [NBFM2]
WALKER, Brig. Gen. Francis Marion, became commissioned brigadiergeneral the day afore he was useless while arch his regimentat Atlanta. He had bound risen through the ranks afterwards joiningCo. I, 19TN. In July, 1861, he “was abominably management or afraid a box of caps in his duke aback they exploded, . . . Acid his duke in several places.” He reenl. At Corinth in May, 1862 for two years. He changed into a abettor colonel by the point of Shiloh and he gained acclaim for the administration and accomplishment he displayed. He become moreover within the most up to date of the indignant at Murfreesboro. He was 37 years antique aback he died, and his anatomy was change to Chatt. For burial.Walker was built-in Nov. 12, 1827 in Paris, KY, son of John and Tabitha Taylor Walker. He accomplished academy in East Tennessee afore accommodating in the Mexican War as a lieutenant, 5TN Infantry. Afterwards the struggle he abounding Transylvania University and aloft graduation commenced the convenance of law in Rogersville, TN, afresh in Chatt. In 1854. He served as administrator and endorse widespread. Walker supplied obvious account on numerous activities best conspicuously at Kennesaw Mountain.
WALKER, G. M. 4MO Cav.Born 1847 in Lookout Valley, he was son of Harvey and Sarah Walker and careworn to Arkansas in 1856. In 1863 he abutting the Confederate Army and fought at Arkansas Post, Jenkinson Ferry, Poison Spring, and change in a arrest thru arctic Arkansas and south Missouri. He fought the remaining allotment of the battle inside the Indian Territory. Afterwards he emigrated to Honduras with adolescent ex-Confederates, abiding to Texas in backward 1865. He came to Chatt. In 1866, afresh was off to Louisville, McMinnville afore clearing truth about 1870. He affiliated (1871) Margaret Hackwarth and M. M. Clift (1882). Mason. Presbyterian. [GHT, p. 1007-08]
WALKER, J. A. Co. L, 36TNEnl. Jan. Nine, 1862 at Chatt. Died Sept 20, 1916 and alive Whitwell.[NBFM7]
WALKER, J. F.Wealthy agriculturalist in TX who retired and came to Lookout Abundance in 1890 to authorize auberge “Southern Home.” He died on Lookout Feb. 23, 1892 and become alive in CSA Cem. 55y old. Methodist.[CTFeb. 24, 1892]
WALKER, J. M. Co. H, 31AL1909 res. HC. [TP11,481]
WALKER, John T. 1Lt, Co. K, Palmetto SharpshootersBorn 1842 in SC and enrolled at S. C. Academy aback warfare started. Served in Sparta Rifles, Co. K, Palmetto Sharpshooters, for absolute conflict. Blood-soaked in appropriate leg at Wilderness and in suitable lung at Sharpsburg. Affiliated Margaret Jones. Formerly a res. Of Gainesville, Tex. Methodist. Affiliate NBF Camp, 1895. Died Feb. 25, 1896 on Lookout Mtn. And alive CSA Cem.[NBFM2; CT Feb. 25.96]
WALKER, Joseph Co. F, 35TN Enl. Dec. 17, 1862 at Chatt.; died May 27, 1863.
WALKER, O. P. Clark’s Absolute Cav. Co. Enl. Aug. 31, 1862 at Chatt..
WALKER, Thomas H. Capt., Co. I, 19TNWhen the battle bankrupt out he was account law under Francis M. Walker. Adopted 1Lt. May 20, 1861. Alone afresh affiliated to the Chatt. Belle Ann Kennedy, he became dead at Shiloh. His anatomy was introduced aback to Chatt. For burying at the Citizens Cem. He became the son of a Rogersville, Tenn. Doctor (mccd).
WALKER, William Co. D, 37TNBorn 1843. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861, Knoxville. Bare Camp Direction, Chatt., May 26, 1863
WALKER, Sgt. William P.Enl. Jan. 9, 1862, in Co. L, 36TN at Chatt.; transf. To Co. L, 35TN; fought at Murfreesboro; naked Oct. 1, 1863 at Chickamauga Station.
WALL, Perry A. Co. K, 5SCBorn Oct. 18, 1844 in Spartanburg, SC, he changed into son of J. And S. L. Jackson Wall. He enl. In 1864 and fought till its end. Afterwards he abounding academy and farmed. Afresh he commenced academy teaching, advancing to Soddy inside the overdue-1870’s, afresh fabricated his home in Sale Creek. He completed academy forty years in HC. Additionally farmed. Affiliated (1875) Sarah “Sallie” Copeland. Mason. Presbyterian. Died April 28, 1925, age eighty, and alive in Sale Creek. [GHT, pp. 1006-07; TWP, 236; TP14083; CT April 29, 1925;1910HC]]
WALLACE, Henry Barry’s Battery.Born in Virginia, 1831. Affiliated (Dec. 18, 1856) Sarah Jane Roberts. He farmed in the around of Lookout Abundance above-stated to enlisting Sept. 16, 1862, at Chatt. He turned into paroled May 11, 1865, at Meridian, Miss. Married Sarah Jane. Died Aug. 21, 1897 in Rossville. [TWP;TP #1938;1860HC]
WALLACE, Isaac Abraham Co. L, 36TN; Co. L, 35TN Built-in Dec. 19, 1841 in HC, son of Mary Anderson and the Rev. Benjamin Wallace, Presbyterian abbot who lived at Soddy. Afore the conflict, IAW had a acreage at Harrison with his spouse, Rhoda A. Enl. Jan. 9, 1862, in Col. J. W. Clift’s aggregation and fought at Murfreesboro and Chickamauga (wherein he turned into wounded). Aggregation rolls look he “deserted” Jan. 10, 1864 at Tunnel Hill. Affiliated (1867 in HC) Nancy K. McDonald, granddaughter of allegiant Unionist William Clift. IAW amassed enough acreage at Soddy and had a carried out acreage there, afresh harassed to New Mexico and Texas to attempt to accost his health, afresh he resided in Highland Park. He change to Soddy in 1909 and died there on April 14, 1911. [JWilson Wallace family; CT April 15, 1911; TWP, p. 121;TP10,227; 1910HC]
WALLACE, Lt. James Anderson Co. D, 19TNHe turned into integrated Aug. 27, 1836, the son of Rev. Benjamin Wallace, the pastor at Soddy Presbyterian Church. He was achieved through his father, afresh commenced the abstraction of regulation at 20 beneath Adjudicator Thomas N. Frazier. Aloof afterwards he was widely wide-spread to the bar as a lawyer, the war bankrupt out and he abutting Capt. Warner E. Colville’s Co. D, 19TN, fact adopted 2Lt. May 29, 1861 and bedfast as “a drillmaster.” He became with the 19th Tennessee until adversity a astringent soreness inside the thigh at Shiloh. He remained with the military despite the fact that unfit for combat. Wallace became captured at Knoxville on June 6, 1865, and beatific to Chatt. And afresh to Louisville, KY. He became appear aloft demography the adjuration of allegiance. He had a truthful complexion, ablaze beard and dejected eyes and stood bristles toes, 9 inches, tall. He affiliated (1870) Fannie Bell Darnall. Afterwards the war, he executed regulation in Rhea Canton for a yr, afresh changed into a associate with adolescent Confederate Moses H. Clift at Chatt. For two years. Wallace absitively to emerge as a abbot so he abounding academy at Maryville location he counseled beneath Dr. Dabney of Stonewall Jackson’s staff. For abounding years he resided in Highland Park and was pastor of the Presbyterian abbey there. He suffered aeroembolism “at the aforementioned ancillary as his Shiloh wound” and died July nine, 1900, at the same time as travelling his brother at Bristol, TN. He was alive at Soddy. His son, James, was moreover a minister, pastoring a aggregation in Alabama. [CT July Oct. Nov. 00; TP #2584; mccd; Goodspeed, p. 1006 lists J. Albert Wallace, bro ofIsaac A., “is one of the arch educators of Sullivan County. He is admiral of King’s Academy at Bristol, location Isaac A.’s oldeset son is accent school.”
WALLEN, Hugh Barry’s Btry.; Cook’s Cav. Co.Enl. May 14, 1862 in Barry’s Btry. At Chatt.; tranf. To Capt. Cook’s Cav. Co.
WALLER, Manly B. Sgt. Second Co. K, 1st CSA Cav.Born c1831, son of Georg and Martha. Res. 1860 in Chatt. With wife Nancy. Enl. Sept. 20, 1862 in HC. “Sent as a abstruse advance into enemy’s curve in January, 1864. Stayed.” Listed as deserter. 1870 railroad chippie in HC.[1860,1850HC]
WALSTON, Cpl. Seth Clark’s Absolute Cav. Co.Enl. Aug. 31, 1862 at Chatt.; naked Feb. 25, 1864. Abreast Dalton, GA.
WARD, Charles E.He turned into built-in in Baltimore March 18, 1816, and afore the Civilian War got here to Chatt. Region he turned into associated with Adams Express Company. “A man of abundance at starting of the Civilian War,” he consort the Confederate account and invested his organisation in bonds of the new government.” He absent combination and lived the butt of his activity impoverished. Died in Chatt. Sept. 1, 1901.[CT Sept. 2, 1901]
WARD, E. G. Co. K, 43TNEnl. Oct. 17, 1861 at Ooltewah; captured at Vicksburg, July 4, 1863; paroled; afresh captured Oct. 28, 1863 in HC; bedfast at Camp Morton, IN place he died Nov. 25, 1863 of bottleneck of the lungs. Alive at Green Lawn cem.
WARD, James RaulstonBorn 1830 in Rutherford Co., TN. Affiliated (1866) Nancy S. Vaughan and died April 28, 1901, age 71, at res. In Hill Burghal and alive in Bell Buckle, TN. [TWP, p. 194; CT April 30.1901]
WARE, Samuel Co. C, 1GA CSA Inf. Bn.Born Feb. Four, 1846 in Walker Co., GA. Enl. Fall, 1864 on aggregation of bottle Raleigh and afterwards baiter on my own abutting the infantry. Paroled Greensboro, NC, May 1, 1865. To TN in 1906 and died in Chatt., Sept. 14, 1909.[TP 8709]
WARLICK, Noah Franklin Built-in Oct. Sixteen, 1845 in AL. Took allotment in Action of Atlanta and battles in that location. Baptist. Carpenter who res. On E. Eighth St. With wife Margaret M. Hancock. Charter affiliate of Central Bapt. Ch. Deacon. Died at domestic 1010 East 8th St., April eleven, 1922 and alive FH.[1910HC; Lusk, FH; CT 4.12.1922]
WARNER, James CartwrightBorn Gallatin, TN, Aug. 20, 1830, son of Jacob L. And Elizabeth Cartwright. Affiliated (1852, Nashville) Mary Thomas Williams. Confused to Nashville in 1847 and in 1853 to Chatt. To access the accouterments business. Ambassador of Chatt., 1861. Represented HC in TN Assembly (Confederate), 1861-sixty three. Relocated in Nashville area he became admiral of Tennessee Coal, Adamant and Railroad Co. Pioneered in pig adamant accomplish at Tracy City, Rising Fawn, GA, and South Pittsburg and Chatt. Episcopalian. Mason. Died July 21, 1895 in Nashville and alive at Mt. Olivet. [BDTA, 2:951]
WARNER, Joseph H. Co. A, 19TNBorn in Sumner Co., Sept. 5, 1842, he become the son of Jacob . And Elizabeth J. Cartwright. Warner got here to Chatt. In 1856 from Gallatin in Sumner County, and entered the accouterments business along with his earlier brother, James C. Warner. Warner changed into hardly ever blood-soaked at Murfreesboro on Dec. 31, 1862. He became captured at Ringgold, Ga., the in a while November, afresh bedfast at Bedrock Island, Ill. Area he become appear aloft “taking of the oath,” Sept. 27, 1864. He went to Iowa and trade to TN in backward 1865, alive in Nashville. He got here aback to Chatt. In Dec., 1866 and afresh entered the accouterments enterprise. He advice start the streetcar traces, served as a burghal abettor and changed into an organizer of the Third National Bank. Warner Park is alleged for him. He affiliated (1867) Alice G. Hord, who turned into from Murfreesboro. They congenital a brick homestead on Vine Street in Acropolis Wood. Alive FH. [FHR; Worsham, p. 217; RI ledger; CTJan. 13.08; GHT, pp. 1008-09; Warner, “Personal Glimpses”]
WARNICK, Edward A. Barry’s Btry. Enl. May eleven, 1862. At Chatt.; capt. Spanish Fort, April 8, 1865; bedfast at Ship Island, MS.
WARREN, James P. Co. D, 4GA Cav.He enl. Oct. 4, 1862. Afore the struggle he had a acreage abreast Moccasin Bend together with his wife, Sarah. Built-in approximately 1831, he became allegedly a son of William and Hannah Warren.
WARREN, John Randolph Co. E, 12GA Ordnance Sgt.Born Greene Co., TN, Dec. 25, 1836. Enl. April, 1861. To TN ca 1891. Moulder in department by using change. Affiliated (1867, Columbus, GA) Louisa Virginia Blankenship. Res. St. Elmo. Died Nov. 10, 1916.[TWP#6614;TP 13,033; 1910HC]
WARREN, 4th Cpl. Reubin Co. H, 4TN Cav.Enl. Aug. 11, 1861 at Chatt.
WARREN, Thomas V. Co. K, 4ALBorn Feb. 27, 1839 in Larkinsville, AL. Enl. April 27, 1861in Larkinsville. Fought at 1st Manassas, Fredericksburg, Hanover Junction, Gettysburg and abounding abate battles. Blood-soaked in suitable jaw abreast Cold Harbor, May June 1864. Transf. With regt. To Army of Tenn. With Longstreet and alternate with him to VA. With Gen. Joe Johnston on the end however did no longer abandonment until met a agile of gunboats at Bellefont. Continued time citizen of Chatt. Place he became a carpenter and a associate of NBF Camp, 1895. Res. In hh of Thos. Henderson, 1910. Died Jan. 18, 1920 in Nashville and alive there. [CTJan. 18.20; NBFM2,7;TP 6896; Applic. For TN Soldiers’ Home; 1910HC]
WARREN, 4th Cpl. William T. Co. H, 4TN Cav. Built-in 1841 in TN, son of William and Hannah. Enl. Aug. Eleven, 1861 at Chatt. Blood-soaked at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862.
WATERHOUSE, Silas (Cyrus) Barry’s Btry. Res., Calhoun Co., GA. Enl. April 4, 1862. At Chatt.; audition burst through carapace that brushed executed his face at Resaca; paroled May eleven, 1865 in Meridian, MS; 1903 res., Ridgedale. [TP 5333]
WATERS, C. N. Co. C, 40GABorn Jan. 10, 1838 in Habersham Co., GA. Enl. March 4, 1861 at Rome. Blood-soaked at Chickasaw Bayou, Dec. 29, 1862 and blood-soaked afresh inside the head. Capt. And bedfast at Camp Morton, IN. Exchanged Feb., 1865. 1900 res. Whorley, HC; indigent. [TP 2630]
WATERS, G. W. [NBFM1,3]
WATKINS, Jacob Co. D, 4GA Cav.Married Betsey J. Davis (Dec. 21, 1859, HC). Enl. Oct. Four, 1862. He became captured at Chatt. On Oct. 27, 1863, and beatific to Nashville, afresh to Louisville and directly to Camp Morton, Indianapolis. A citizen of Chatt., he had a aphotic complexion, atramentous beard and eyes and turned into 5’6” tall. [HC Marriage Books]
WATKINS, John W. Co. L, 36TN; Co. L, 35TN Enl. Jan. Nine, 1862. He fought at Murfreesboro, afresh bare Jan. 24, 1864, at Tunnel Hill, Ga. Afore the war, he became a acreage laborer at Ooltewah. He became built-in approximately 1837. His wife changed into Elizabeth A. 1870 res. Harrison.
WATKINS, Kimsey 2d Co. I, 1CSA (GA)Enl. Aug. 7, 1863, Chatt. Blood-soaked at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863. Absent on furlough, June 30, 1864. Bare at Kennesaw Mtn., July 2, 1864.
WATKINS, Peter Co. H, 26TN; 2nd Co. I, 1CSA (GA)Born c1842. Enl. July 14, 1861, Knoxville. Capt. Ft. Donelson and imp. Camp Douglas. Exch Aiken’s Landing, Nov. 10, 1862. Blood-soaked at Chickamauga “and beatific to rear and I be given absolute aback that he turned into bedfast inside the cavalry.” Bare at Kennesaw Mtn., July 2, 1864.
WATKINS, Capt. Richard Levens “Dick” Barry’s Btry.He changed into “a in a position accepter in the account of the Southland, and aback Tennessee alleged her sons to palms, he changed into amid the aboriginal to reply, acclimation and accepting accessories for a array of artillery, which went under consideration March 1, 1861.” Robert L. Barry became positioned in command of this “Lookout” assemblage which aboriginal saw interest aback Chatt. Become threatened within the leap of 1862. He took a gun to Shellmound and skirmished with the Union troops that have been hectic to perform their manner to Chatt.. Afresh his absolute array turned into ordered aback to Chatt. And stationed on Cameron Hill. For two canicule they had a alive accoutrements interest with Union armament under Gen. John Wilder on Stringer’s Ridge. Watkins and his assemblage were able to pressure the Federal armament aback to the abject of Walden’s Ridge. The Lookout Array (Barry’s Battery) was in Mississippi for the duration of the Vicksburg advance and fought at Jackson in July,1863. It afterwards confused up to Georgia and changed into affianced in thefighting at Resaca and credibility south to Atlanta. Watkins “changed into incommand plentiful of the time and gained acumen as an artilleryoffier. He became in no way absent from his array a awesome day, and inall its engagements become inside the thickest of the combat.” Hecommanded Barry’s Array at Peachtree Creek, July 20, 1864 and at Spanish Acropolis at Mobile (April, 1865) afterwards he andhis array were beatific to the acropolis in baby boats. He had justreached the acropolis aback he become blood-soaked in seven places with the aid of anexploding shell. Alone approximately 50 men in his command able theFederal boost uninjured, and they needed to shower 8 afar tosafety. The Lookout Array surrendered at Meridian, Miss. On May16, 1865, and Watkins fabricated his way home on crutches, taking walks muchof the manner.He changed into integrated Jan. 29, 1836 in Jefferson County, and the ancestors was larboard in acute straits afterwards his ancestor died aback he become nine months antique. “Deprived of the blessings of an schooling,” he was alive in Knoxville at the age of ten, afore he and of his brothers fabricated their manner to Chatt. In 1854 and installation what turned into stated to be the better accouterments abundance within the nation. Afterwards the warfare, he was afresh arresting in enterprise and absolute acreage in Chatt. He turned into a baton within the improvement of the Lookout Inn on Lookout Abundance and a railroad up the mountain. He turned into an aboriginal stockholder inside the Roane Adamant Company, administrator of numerous banks and ambassador of Lookout Mountain. He affiliated Helen Whiteside, a babe of Col. James A. Whiteside. NBF Camp, 1894-ninety six. Died Dec. 24, 1895 and alive FH. [CTS; FHR; NBFM7]
WATKINS, Lt. Robert 26TN2Lt., HC Home Guard, organized at Chickamauga, April 29, 1861.
WATKINS, Thomas Co. B, 5TN Cav. Bn.; Co. H, 4TN Cav.Died abreast Chatt. Oct., 1862.
WATTERSON, Henry (1840-1921)Editor of Chatt. Circadian Rebel, 1863; have become celebratedpolitical journalist, politican, and lecturer
WATTS, H. E. Co. C, 21-22TN Cav. [NBFM4]
WATTS, John C. Co. D, 37TNBorn 1844. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861, Knoxville. Ailing at Shelbyville, Dec. 7, 1862. Reenl. May, 1862. Hosp. Dalton with Gonorrhoea, Dec., 1862. Additionally arrested for burglary and jailed. Hardly blood-soaked Chickamauga. Capt. On blockade at Big Shanty, June 10, 1864 and imp. Bedrock Island. Gave res. As Whitfield, GA. Took USA oath, Oct. 18, 1864. 5’7″, blk hr, chestnut eyes, Fr. Cmplx.
WEATHERFORD, Silas S. Co. G, 5TN Cav.; Co. G, 35TNBorn Aug. Three, 1844 in Mecklenburg Co., VA and got here to TN in 1850. Enl. Sept. 6, 1861 at McMinnville. Blood-soaked in arch at Shiloh. Chickamauga, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Missionary Ridge, Franklin, Bentonville. Paroled as sgt. At Greensboro, NC Apr. 26, 1865. He got here to Chatt. From Coal Creek in 1916. NBF Camp. Died Feb. 18, 1918 in Chatt. And alive Citizens Cem. [CT Feb. 19.1918;NBFM2,7;TP 6726]
WEATHERLY [Weatherby], Jonas Co. G, 26TN; 2nd Co. K, 1CSA(GA) Enl. July 8, 1861, 26TN, at Knoxville; Capt. At Acropolis Donelson, Feb. Sixteen, 1862 and Imp. At Camp Douglas. Present Aug. 31, 1863. Dead at Chickamauga.
WEATHERLY, Samuel Co. G, 26TN; 2d Co. K, 1CSA(GA)Born about 1842, he enl. July 8, 1861 in Co. G, 26TN at Knoxville; Captured at Acropolis Donelson; bedfast at Camp Douglas. Lt. Complx., aphotic hair, grey (blue) eyes, 6′. Bare and captured in Catoosa Canton (his residence) June 24, 1864 and took USA adjuration of allegiance. He shaped 36 years as an abettor of the NC