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1st (Turney’s) Confederate Infantry Regiment & 1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971. (Note: Co. “L” of the 1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment was composed largely of men from Davidson County.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Pollard, William M. “Brief History of the First Tennessee.” Confederate Veteran Magazine 17 (1909): 543-544.

Pollard, Judge William M., Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Judge Pollard joined the “Williamson Grays”, which became part of the 1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment. His diary covers the period from 16 April 1861 to 22 May 1865.)

Reddick, George A. “Company ‘L’, First Tennessee Regiment.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 167. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Robinson, Samuel. “First Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 155-166. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Toney, Marcus Bearden. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: The diary includes transcripts of letters written while Toney was a prisoner in Port Lookout, Maryland and Elmira, New York.)

Toney, Marcus Breckenridge. The Privations of a Private. Nashville, TN: Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1907.

Watkins, Samuel B. “Co. Aytch”, Maury Grays, First Tennessee Regiment, or A Side Show of the Big Show. Chattanooga, TN: Times Printing Co., 1900.

Wheless, John F., Captain. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Wheless served as a courier for Generals Braxton Bragg and Leonidas Polk.)

 

2nd Confederate Infantry Regiment & 2ndTennessee Infantry Regiment

Blackmore, J. W. “Second Confederate Tennessee Infantry Regiment.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 131-137. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In A History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971. (Note: Companies “C” and “G” of the 2nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment were made up primarily of Davidson County men.)

Ferguson, Edwin L. “2nd (Bate’s) Tennessee Infantry Regiment.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 16-48. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972. Fergusson, William. Fergusson Family Papers. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: Lt. William Fergusson, son of Adam Fergusson, fought in Virginia in both Battles of Manassas. He was also at Shiloh and served in Chattanooga and in the Atlanta Campaign.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co, “Confederate Military History.”’ In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Keeble, Lt. Walter. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: The diary begins 26 May, 1861. Keeble, a member of Co. “A”, was killed in the Battle of Richmond, Kentucky on 30 August, 1863.

 

 3rd Confederate Infantry Regiment & 3rd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Adams, Louis L. Diaries. Giles County Miscellaneous Records. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: Adams served in Co. “A” of this regiment, and also in Co. “K” of the 1st Tennessee Cavalry.)

Barber, Flavel C. Holding the Line: The Third Tennessee Infantry, 1861-1864. Edited by Robert H. Ferrell. Kent, OH: Kent University Press, [1994].

Deavenport, Thomas Hopkins. “The Wartime Diary of Reverend Thomas Hopkins Deavenport, Chaplain of Third Tennessee Regiment, CSA.” Journal of Confederate History 1 (Summer 1988): 35-48.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Sloan, William Erskine. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Sloan served with the 3rdTennessee Infantry Regiment from the War’s beginning to 19 August 1862, after which he was attached to the 5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment. His diary has accounts of the battles of Chickamauga and New Hope Church.)

Wilkes, John S. “Third Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 175-183. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Williams, A. J. “Third Tennessee Regiment.” In Confederate History of Polk County, Tennessee 1860-1866, 11-17. Nashville, TN: McQuiddy Printing Co., 1923.

Yeary, Mamie, comp. “John S. Pickel.” In Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray 1861- 1865, 608-609. Dallas, TX: Smith & Lamar Publishing House M. E. Church, South, [1912].

-----------------“Frank Herron.” In Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray 1861- 1865, 329-331. Dallas, TX: Smith & Lamar Publishing House M. E. Church, South, [1912].

 

4th Confederate Infantry Regiment & 4thTennessee Infantry Regiment

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Betteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J.W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971. (Note: This is a brief history of the Acklen Rifles, which joined Co. “A” of the 4th Tennessee Infantry Regiment.)

Dove, Capt. George R. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Capt. Dove participated in the Battle of Murfreesboro and guarded the bridge across the Kentucky River at Frankfort during the Battle of Perryville. His diary also tells of troop movements.)

Finlay, Luke W. “Fourth Tennessee Infantry”. In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 183-195. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

5th Confederate Infantry Regiment & 5thTennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Head, Thomas A. “The Fifth Regiment Tennessee Volunteers.” In Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the War Between the States with Incidental Sketches of the Part Performed by Other Tennessee Troops in the Same War, 1861-1865, 191-267. Nashville, TN: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House, 1885.

Irion, John T. “Fifth Tennessee Infantry”. In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 195-204. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Rennolds, Lt. Edwin H. “History of the Fifth Regiment Tennessee Infantry.” In A History of the Henry County Commands Which Served in the Confederate States Army, Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, Tennessee, 20-178, Jacksonville, FL: Sun Publishing Co., 1904.

 

6th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Alderson, William T., ed. “The Civil War Reminiscences of John Johnston, 1861-1865.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 13 (March 1954): 65-82; (June 1954): 156-178; September 1954): 244-276; (December 1954): 329-354; 14 (March 1955): 43-81; (June 1955): 142-175.

Gates, Robert. “Sixth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 204-227. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Grant, Nicholas B. The Life of a Common Soldier, 1862-1865. Reprinted by Joe Gillis. Adamsville, TN: Joe Gillis, 1990.

 

7th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Ferguson, Edwin L. “7th Tennessee Infantry.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 49-70. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Fite, John A. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Col. Fite fought with “Stonewall” Jackson, and was in the battles of Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and others. He was captured at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Johnson’s Island until paroled in 1865.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Head, Thomas A. “General Robert Hatton.” In Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the War Between the States, with Incidental Sketches of the Part Performed by Other Tennessee Troops in the Same War, 268-387. Nashville, TN: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House, 1885.

Moore, J. H. “Seventh Tennessee Infantry”. In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 227-264. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Partlow, Thomas E., transcriber. Diary of “The Lebanon Greys” Located in the Minutes of Sandy Springs Baptist Church, Iredell County, North Carolina, Reposited at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, N. C. Lebanon, TN: T. E. Partlow, [2000].

Wills, Ridley II. Old Enough to Die. Franklin, TN: Hillsboro Press, 1996. (Note: This book concerns the Bostick family. Abe and Tom Bostick served in the 7th Tennessee Infantry. Their brothers, Litton and Joe, served in the 20th and 34th Tennessee infantries respectively.)

 

8th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Carrigan, Joseph G. Cheat Mountain, or, Unwritten Chapter of the Late War, by a Member of the Bar, Fayetteville, Tennessee. Nashville, TN: Albert B. Tavel, 1885.

Dewitt, Marcus Bearden. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Head, Thomas A. “The Eighth Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers.” In Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the War Between the States, with Incidental Sketches of the Part Performed by Other Tennessee Troops in the Same War, 1861-1865, 191-267. Nashville, TN: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House, 1885.

Morgan, Perry Franklin. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Morgan was Adjutant of the 8th Tennessee Infantry Regiment and was killed in battle near Atlanta. His diary covers the period from 8 May 1862 to 15 July 1864.)

Quarles, Capt. John Simpson. Memoir. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: This memoir includes biographical sketches of the company’s officers and enlisted men.)

 

9th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Cavanaugh, John. Historical Sketch of Obion Avalanche, Company H, Ninth Tennessee Infantry, Confederate States of America. Union City, TN: Obion Avalanche, 1922.

Fleming, James R. The Confederate Ninth Tennessee Infantry. Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Company, 2006.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Irby, H. C. “Ninth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 267-282. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Oldham, Van Buren. The Civil War Diaries of Van Buren. Compiled and edited by Dieter C. Ullrich. Transcribed by Elizabeth Kitts. Martin, TN: D. Ullrich, [1999].

Walker, T. J. “Reminiscences of the Civil War.” Edited by Russell B. Bailey. Confederate Chronicles of Tennessee 1 (June 1986): 37-74.

 

10th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Clark, Lewis R. “Tenth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley., 282-290. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Booksellers, 1971. (Note: Nashville, Davidson County furnished most or all of the men in Companies “B”, “C”, “D”, “F”, “G”, “H”, and “K” of this regiment.)

Gleeson, Ed. Rebel Sons of Erin: A Civil War Unit History of the Tenth Tennessee Infantry Regiment (Irish) Confederate States Volunteers. Indianapolis, IN: Guild Press of Indiana, 1993.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.”In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

11th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Allen, David C. “11th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Co. F” In Winds of Change: Robertson County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 102-113. Nashville, TN: Land Yacht Press, 2000.

Cannon, Newton. The Reminiscences of Newton Cannon, First Sergeant, C. S. A., from Holographic Material Provided by his Grandson, Samuel M. Fleming, Jr., edited by Campbell H. Brown. Jackson, TN: McCowan-Mercer Press, Inc., 1965.

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries. In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Booksellers, 1971 (Note: Davidson County furnished Companies “B”, “D”, and “G” of this regiment.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Gordon, G. W. “Eleventh Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 290-306. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Head, Thomas A. “The Eleventh Regiment Tennessee Volunteers.” In Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the War Between the States, with Incidental Sketches of the Part Performed by Other Tennessee Troops in the Same War, 1861-1865, 191-267. Nashville, TN: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House, 1885.

 

12th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Franklin, Ann York, ed. The Civil War Diaries of Captain Alfred Tyler Fielder, 12th Tennessee Regiment Infantry, Company B, 1861-1865. Louisville, KY: A. Y. Franklin, 1996.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

McGee, J. P. “Twelfth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 306-313. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

McMurry, Pitts. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. Note: McMurry served in Forrest’s command from March 1864 until the end of the war.)

Rosser, James N., Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: The diary consists of the regiment’s experiences from November 1861 to December 1862.)

 

13th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Edenton, James Caswell, Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Edenton once belonged to the “Macon Grays”, later Co. B, 13th Regiment Tennessee Volunteers. Diary excerpts cover the period from May-November 1861.)

Firth, Thomas J. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Firth was Brigade Band Master of Gen. Preston Smith’s Brigade, 13th Regiment Tennessee Infantry.)

Goodspeed Publishing Company. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Moorman, Lt. Hiram Clark. “The Moorman Memorandum.” Annotated by R. W. Rosser. Confederate Chronicles of Tennessee 3 (December 1989): 59-95.

Vaughan, Alfred J. Personal Record of the Thirteenth Regiment, Tennessee Infantry By Its Old Commander. Memphis, TN: Press of S. Toof & Co., [1897].

Vaughan, Jack Chapline. Brigadier General Alfred Jefferson Vaughan’s Brigade, Army of Tennessee, Confederate States of America. Vols. 2-6. Vaughan’s American Histories Series. Grand Prairie, TX: Major Jack Vaughan, [1959-1960].

West, J. D. “Thirteenth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 313-322. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Allen, David C. “14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Companies ‘C’ and ‘I’.” In Winds of Change: Robertson County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 114-137. Nashville, TN: Land Yacht Press, 2000.

Cross, Charles Wallace. Ordeal by Fire: A History of the Fourteenth Tennessee Volunteer Infantry Regiment, CSA. Clarksville, TN: C. W. Cross, Jr. [1990].

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Herndon, Thomas. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: Herndon belonged to Co. “L” of the 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, which was formed largely of men from Montgomery County, Tennessee.

McCulloch, R. E. “Fourteenth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 323-332. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

15th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Carroll, Charles M. “Fifteenth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 332-335. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley , SC : Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

 

16th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Clark, Carroll H. “A Soldier Remembers the Civil War.” Warren County Historical Journal 1 (1975): 10-20; 3 (1979): 36-39; 6 (1989): 29-43. (Note: Carroll H. Clark belonged to Co. “I”, 16th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, C.S. A.)

Clark, Darius. The Civil War Diary of Darius Clark of White County, Tennessee, Company G, 16th Tennessee Infantry, Confederate States of America. Transcribed by James Joseph Betterton. Huntsville, AL: J. J. Betterton, [187-?]

Dillard, H. H. “Sixteenth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 335-347. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Fancher, J. A. P. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Fancher was captured and imprisoned near Pikeville, Tennessee. He enlisted in the U. S. Army at Rock Island Prison, and was sent to Leavenworth, Kansas where his new regiment checked wagon trains headed west to make certain that they had enough armed men to protect them against Indian attacks. Fancher’s diary not only names his fellow prisoners, but also describes conditions in Kansas.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Head, Thomas A. Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the War Between the States, with Incidental Sketches of the Part Performed by Other Tennessee Troops in the Same War., 1861-1865, 17-190. Nashville, TN: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House, 1885

Mason, Sgt. Arnold Moss. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: This diary contains short entries for each day from 10 July 1861 to 7 May 1862. Mason died in the Union prison at Rock Island, Illinois.)

Mauzy, Micheal, Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: This diary covers February through November of 1862.)

Tucker, Oliver P. Memoir. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville.

Womack, James J. The Civil War Diary of Capt. J. J. Womack. McMinnville, TN: Womack Printing Co., 1961

 

 

17th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Head, Thomas A. “Seventeenth Regiment Tennessee Volunteers.” In Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the War Between the States, with Incidental Sketches of the Part Performed by Other Tennessee Troops in the Same War, 191-267. Nashville, TN: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House, 1885.

Marks, A. S. “Seventeenth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 347-359. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Yeary, Mamie, comp. “George W. Duncan.” In Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray, 1861-1865, 202-203. Dallas, TX: Smith & Lamar Publishing House M. E. Church, South, [1912]

 

18th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Baskette, G. H. “Eighteenth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 359-372. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of the Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA; J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971. (Note: Co. “G” of the 18th Infantry was made up largely of men from Edgefield.)

Dillon, George Washington. George Washington Dillon Papers. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: Although a resident of Logan County, Kentucky, Dillon served as an officer in the 18th Tennessee Infantry. His diary describes his wartime experiences in great detail.)

Ferguson, Edward L. “Eighteenth Tennessee Infantry Regiment.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 71-79. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Hampton, Noah Jasper. An Eyewitness to the Dark Days of 1861-65, or, A Private Soldier’s Adventures and Hardships During the War. Nashville, TN: N. J. Hampton, 1898.

McKay, William Lewis. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: McKay describes the battles of Fort Henry and Murfreesboro. Wounded at Murfreesboro, he spent time in a Federal hospital and was incarcerated at Johnson’s Island until exchanged.)

 

19th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Doak, Henry Melville. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville.

Fowler, John D. Mountaineers in Gray: The Nineteenth Tennessee Volunteer Infantry Regiment, C. S. A. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee Press, 2004.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Heiskell, C. W. “Nineteenth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 372-382. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Sullins, David. Recollections of an Old Man: Seventy Years in Dixie, 1827-1897. Bristol, TN: The King Printing Co., 1910.

Worsham, Dr. W. J. The Old Nineteenth Tennessee Regiment, C. S. A., June 1861- April 1865. Supplementary chapter by Col. C. W. Heiskell. Knoxville, TN: Press of Paragon Printing Co., 1902.

 

20th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Alderson, William T., ed. “The Civil War Diary of Captain James Litton Cooper: September 30, 1861 to January, 1865.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 15 (June 1956): 141-173.

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971. (Note: Companies“A”, “B”, “C”, “E”, and “I” were made up primarily of men from Nashville and Davidson County.)

Cooper, James L. “Service with the Twentieth Tennessee Regiment.” Confederate Veteran Magazine 33 (1925): 14-16, 100-101, 138-140, 180-181, 222-224.

Ferguson, Edward L. “20th Tennessee Infantry Regiment.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 80-99. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. l, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC; Southern Historical Press, 1979.

McMurray, Dr. W. J. M. “Twentieth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 382-397. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Skillian, Bob and Rebecca Hix Hampton. “The Perry County Commands.” In The Confederate Counties: Civil War Tales of Lawrence, Wayne, Giles, Maury, Lewis and Perry Counties in Tennessee and Lauderdale County, Alabama, 55-68. Lawrenceburg, TN: B. Skillian, [199-?]

Wills, Ridley II. Old Enough to Die. Franklin, TN: Hillsboro Press. 1996. (Note: This book consists of the Civil War letters of the four Bostick brothers: Abram, Thomas, Litton, and Joseph Bostick of Franklin, Tennessee, all of whom fought in the War. Litton Bostick served in the 20th Tennessee Infantry. His brothers served in the 7th and 34th Tennessee infantries.)

 

21st Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

22nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Pre, 1979.

Smoot, Thomas Randolph. Diary. Smoot Family Papers. TSLA. Nashville.

 

23rd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Ferguson, Edward L. “23rd Tennessee Infantry.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 100-105. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Harder, Capt. William H. Memoir. Diaries and Memoirs. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: Capt. Harder served in Co. D, 23rdRegt., Tennessee Infantry, CSA.)

Kelsey, Jasper. “Twenty-Third Tennessee Regiment.” Confederate Veteran Magazine 11 (1903): 446-447.

Lytle, James Knox Polk. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: This is a prison diary kept while Lytle was imprisoned at Fort Delaware, Delaware.)

Wheeler, James A. “A Letter from James A. Wheeler.” Bedford County Historical Quarterly 7, no. 2 (Summer 1981): 31-43. (Note: In his letter Wheeler describes his wartime experiences from his enlistment to the end of the War.)

Womack, Robert D. “Captain James Lytle.” Bedford County Historical Quarterly 8 (Summer 1982): 33-45.

 

24th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Ferguson, Edward L. “24th Tennessee Infantry.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in The Civil War, 106-119. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol 1. 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Smith, Judge Frank H. “The Duck River Rifles.” In The Civil War in Maury County, Tennessee compiled and edited by Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot, 78-105. S.l: s.n., [1966], 1980.

 

25th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

King, Angela Williams, transcriber. Diary of Thomas H. Moore, 1st Lt, Company ‘C’ 25th Regt, Tennessee Volunteee[sic] (White County), June 26, 1861 to April 1863, with a Few Inscriptions Written After the War. Senatobia, MS: A. King, [1986].

Sanders, R. C. “Twenty-Fifth Tennessee Infantry.” In Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 401-410. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Pub. Co., 1995.

“Thomas S. Curtis’s Story.” Overton County Historical Society Newsletter 3, no. 2 (Summer 1999): 3-5.

 

26th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Crawford, H. A. “Twenty-Sixth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 410-415. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979

 

27th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Taylor, John M. “Twenty-Seventh Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 415-429. Nashville, TN: J. M Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

28th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Smith, W. G. “Twenty-Eighth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 429-433. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Talley, Spencer B. Memoirs. Civil War Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Talley recounts his experiences at the battles of Shiloh, Vicksburg, Stones River, Atlanta, and Franklin.)

 

29th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Bishop, W. P. “Twenty-Ninth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 433-441. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

30th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Allen, David C. “30th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Companies ‘A’,’ B’, ‘H’, & ‘K’.” In Winds of Change: Robertson County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 137-169. Nashville, TN: Land Yacht Press, 2000.

Ferguson, Edward L. “30th Tennessee Infantry Regiment.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 120-195. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979. Hockersmith, H. H. “Thirtieth Tennessee Regiment.” The Southern Bivouac 2 (1884): 407-409.

Turner, J. J. “Thirtieth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 441-459. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Yeary, Mamie, comp. “Alfred Hicks Douglas.” In Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray 1861-1865, 192-195. Dallas, TX: Smith & Lamar Publishing House, M. E. Church, South, [1912].

 

31st / 39th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Bible, Donahue. From Persia to Piedmont: “Life and Death in Vaughn’s Brigade.” Mohawk, TN: Dodson Creek Publishers, [1995].

Bradford, A. H. “Thirty –First Tennessee. Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 459-463. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Bradford, W. M. and B. W. Toole, M. D. “Thirty-First Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 463-469. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

32nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Bodenhamer, David S. M. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: Bodenhamer’s diary contains information about Fort Donelson, his hospital experiences, prison life, campaigns in Middle Tennessee from 1862 to 1864, and the Battle of Chickamauga.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

McGuire, J. P. “Thirty-Second Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate., compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 469-484. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Morey, James Marsh. Diary. James Marsh Morey Papers. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: Morey, who later established a successful import business in Boston, was a Corporal in Co. “D” of the 32nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment. His diary recounts his experiences in the Georgia Campaign and the Battle of Chickamauga, as well as his imprisonment and release from Harris Island Prison in New York.)

Skillian, W. A., comp. “Strawfoot”: The Life and Times of the 32nd Tennessee Infantry (1861-1865). S. l: s. n., [2000].

 

33rd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Campbell, Alex W. “Thirty-Third Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 484-490. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Eaves, John J. “Record of an Infantry Company.” Confederate Veteran Magazine 16 (1908): 528.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

McNeill, Henry C. Diary. Diaries and Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: This diary contains irregular entries from 19 November 1861 to 29 September 1862.)

 

34th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Wills, Ridley, II. Old Enough to Die. Franklin, TN: Hillsboro Press, 1996. (Note: This book publishes the Civil War letters of the four Bostick brothers of Franklin, Tennessee: Abram, Thomas, Litton and Joseph, all of whom served in the War. Joseph Bostick served in the 35th Tennessee Infantry.)

 

35th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Davis, George T. “A Civil War Diary.” Coffee County Historical Society Quarterly 13, nos. 3 & 4 (1982): 53-57.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Head, Thomas A. “Thirty-fifth Tennessee Infantry Regiment.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 492-497. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Scruggs, John. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: The memoirs primarily concern an interview with Federal General J. B. McPherson in July of 1864. Gen. McPherson died in battle shortly afterward.)

  

36th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Morgan, R. J. “Thirty-Sixth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 903-904. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

37th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Hill, Milan. “Pvt. Noble Lee Stone: Images from the Past.” Bedford County Historical Quarterly 16 (Winter 1990): 101-110. (Note: Stone belonged to the “Thompson Creek Grays.”)

--------- “Sergeant James W. C. Mitchell: Scars and Burdens of the Confederacy.” Bedford County Historical Quarterly 18 (Fall 1992): 65-70. (Note: Mitchell belonged to the “Thompson Creek Grays.”)

Mathes, J. Harvey. “Thirty-Seventh Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 497-505. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

38th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Wright, Marcus J. “Thirty-Eighth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 505-508. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

 

39th & 40th Tennessee Infantries (Consolidated)

Henderson, Col. Charles C. Diary. Diaries and Memoirs. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: Col. Henderson served in the 40th Tennessee Infantry Regiment. His diary begins on 15 March, 1862, when he was captured during the attack on Island No. 10, and ends on 5 August 1862. Henderson was imprisoned at Johnson’s Island.)

 

 41st Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Cunningham, Sumner A. Reminiscences of the 41st Tennessee: The Civil War in the West. John A. Simpson, ed. Shippensburg, PA: White Mane Books, [2000].

Farris, J. R. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: His diary describes Farris’s work as a hospital steward assisting the wounded.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Lytle, James P.”Excerpts from the Diary of James P. Lytle, Captain in the Confederate Army.” Bedford County Historical Quarterly 21 (Winter 1995): 134-138; 22 (Fall 1996): 110-122.

Myers, Thomas Rawlings. “Thomas Rawling Myers’ Memoirs.” Bedford County Historical Quarterly 7 (Fall 1981): 59-71.

Richardson, Pvt. W. J. “Diary of Private W. J. Richardson, Company C, 41stTennessee Regiment.” In Annals of the Army of the Tennessee and Early Western History, edited by Dr. Edwin L. Drake, 16-23, 65-70, 122-127, 165-170, 214-218, 278-282, 366-369. Nashville, TN: A. D. Haynes, 1878 [1879].

Tillman, James D. “Forty-First Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley. 509-515. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

 

42nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Turner, Thomas A. “Forty-Second Tennessee Infantry” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 515-521. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

 43rd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Aiken, J. N. “Forty-Third Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 521-528. Nashville, Tennessee. J. M. Lindsley & Co., Pub., 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Pub. Co., 1995.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Stamper, Isaac J The Civil War Diary of Isaac J. Stamper, of Bradley County, Tennessee; Enlisted December 26, 1861 at Sweetwater, Tennessee; His Regiment Surrendered May 9, 1865. Cleveland, TN: Cleveland Public Library, 1970.

 

44th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Ferguson, Edward L. “44th Tennessee Infantry.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 202-213. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Noblitt, Dr. D. J. “Forty-Fourth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 528-536. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995

 

45th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

46th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Clark, J. M. “Forty-Sixth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 904-906. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co, 1995.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History ofTennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

King, Stephen Lynn, comp. History and Biographical Sketches of the 46th Tennessee Infantry, C. S. A., Henry County, Tennessee. Bowling Green, KY: Stephen Lynn King, 1992.

Rennolds, Lt. Edwin H. “History of the Forty-Sixth Regiment, Tennessee Infantry.” In A History of Henry County, Commands Which Served in the Confederate States Army, Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, Tennessee, 179-229. Jacksonville, FL: Sun Publishing Co., 1904.

 

47th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

48th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Campbell, Andrew Jackson. The Civil War Diary of Andrew Jackson Campbell. Edited by Jill Knight Garrett. Columbia, TN: J. K. Garrett, 1965.

Doggett, Jasper. Diary. Confederate Collection. Diaries and Memoirs. TSLA, Nashville.

Estes, William Kennedy. “Extracts from the Diary of William Kennedy Estes of Company E, 48th Tennessee Infantry 1862-1863.” In The Civil War in Maury County, Tennessee, edited by Jill K Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot, 1-8. S. l.: s. n., [1966], 1980.

Frasher, T. C. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: This is an excerpt from Frasher’s original diary covering his military service from 10 December 1861 to 22 January 1862. Camp Maury near Nashville and Camp Bradley near Clarksville are also mentioned.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Kinkaid, George Allen, Jr. The Confederate Army, A Regiment: An Analysis of The Forty-Eighth Tennessee Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 1861-1865. Master’s thesis, Ohio State University, 1995.

Love, Joseph. “Forty-Eighth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 546-549. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Smith, William Austin. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Smith’s diary records his company’s march through Alabama and into southwestern Tennessee from 19 October 1864 to 24 November 1864.)

Watkins, S. R. “The ‘Fighting’ Forty-Eighth Tennessee Regiment.” The Southern Bivouac 2 (1884): 246-251.

 

49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Allen David C. “49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Company ‘C’ and 50th Tennessee Infantry, Company ‘E’.” In Winds of Change: Robertson County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 171-191. Nashville, TN: Land Yacht Press, 2000.

Cross, C. Wallace. Cry Havoc: A History of the Forty-Ninth Tennessee Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 1861-1865. Franklin, TN: Hillsboro Press, 2004.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Head, Thomas A. “Colonel William F. Young, Forty-Ninth Tennessee Regiment.” In Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the War Between the States, with Incidental Sketches of the Part Played by Other Tennessee Troops in the Same War, 1861-1865, 343-352. Nashville, TN: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House, 1885.

Jamison, Henry Downs, Jr. and Marguerite Jamison McTigue, comps. Letters and Recollections of a Confederate Soldier 1860-1865. Nashville, TN: H. D. Jamison, [1964]. (Note: After the War the soldier, Robert David Jamison, eventually moved to Nashville and bought an interest in the mattress manufacturing company that became Jamison Bedding, Inc.)

Johnson, Polk G. “Forty-Ninth Tennessee Infantry.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 551-556. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Terrell, Spot F. Diaries and Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Terrell’s dairy gives a detailed description of the Battle of Franklin, during which he was captured, and the route on which he was taken to their imprisonment at Camp Douglas in Chicago and their return route to Mississippi where they reorganized.)

 

50th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Allen, David C. “49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Company C and 50th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Company ‘E’.” In Winds of Change: Robertson County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 171-191. Nashville, TN: Land Yacht Press, 2000.

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971. (Note: Co. “G” of this regiment was partially raised in Davidson County.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Head, Thomas a. “Fiftieth Regiment Tennessee Volunteers,” In Campaigns and Battles of the Sixteenth Regiment, Tennessee Volunteers, in the War Between The States, with Incidental Sketches of the Part Played by Other Tennessee Troops in the Same War, 1861-1865, 191-267. Nashville, TN: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House, 1885.

Tyler, C. W. “Fiftieth Tennessee Infantry.” In Military Annals ofTennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 558-563. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

51st Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Smitheall, G. W. “Fifty-First Tennessee Infantry.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 906-907. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

52nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Crowder, Thomas Jefferson. Memoirs. Civil War Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Crowder focuses on the battles of Shiloh and Murfreesboro.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Lea, B. J. “Fifty-Second Tennessee Infantry.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 907-908. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

 

53rd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Watson, William J. Diaries and Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Watson’s diary describes battles at Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, and Atlanta, Georgia, and at Franklin, Tennessee. Watson was captured at Franklin, and sent to Camp Chase, Ohio.)

 

54th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Anderson, Tim. “The 54th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, C. S. A.” Wayne County Historian 5 (March 1992): 16-18.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

55th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Bowman, Virginia. “Henry H. Cook and the Six Hundred.” Williamson County Historical Society Publication, 18 (Spring 1987): 113-126.

Clayton, Prof. W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J. M. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971. (Note: Co. “H” of this regiment was formed in part from William W. Burnett’s Company, an incomplete company that originated in Davidson County. Co. “I” was composed of men from Davidson County.)

Ferguson, Edward L. “55th Tennessee Infantry Regiment.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 196-201. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

 59th Tennessee Infantry Regiment (Mounted)

Clark, Reuben G. Valley of the Shadow: The Memoir of Confederate Captain Reuben C. Clark, Company I, 59thTennessee Mounted Infantry. Edited, with commentary and regimental history, by William B. Clark. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1994.

Doggett, James P. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: This material is an excerpt, covering the period from 29 May to 8 July, 1864.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

60th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

61st Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Blair, John J. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA. Nashville. (Note: Blair was a Private in the 81st Tennessee Infantry Regt., also known as the 61st Tennessee Infantry Regt. Poor health forced Blair to resign from active service, and his diary focuses primarily on the activities of Federal and Confederate forces in and near his hometown of Loudon, Tennessee.)

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Ross, J. G, “Sixty-First Tennessee Infantry Regiment.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 573-581. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprinted, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

62nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

 

63rd Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Foard, Maj. J. F. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Maj. Foard was captured in Hawkins County by Gen. George Stoneman. His memoirs recount an incident in which Federal Masons aided him after Foard gave their distress sign.)

Fulkerson, A. “Sixty Third Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 584-593. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

84th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. “Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

 

154th Tennessee Infantry Regiment

Goodspeed Publishing Co. ‘Confederate Military History.” In History of Tennessee, Vol. 1, 513-617. Nashville, TN: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979.

Law, Reverend John G. “Diary of a Confederate Soldier.” Southern Historical Society Papers 10 (July 1882) 378-381; 11 (January 1883): 175-181; (April-May 1883): 297-303; (October 1883): 460-465; 12 (January-February 1884): 22-28; (May 1884): 215-219; (July-September 1884): 390-395; (October-December 1884): 538-543.

Rennolds, Lt. Edwin H. “History of Company “F”, One Hundred and Fifty-Fourth Senior Regiment Tennessee Infantry.” In A History of the Henry County CommandsWhich Served in the Confederate States Army, Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, Tennessee, 7-19. Jacksonville, FL: Sun Sun Publishing Co., 1904.

Turley, Thomas B. “One Hundred and Fifty-Fourth Tennessee Infantry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 596-597. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Wright, Marcus Joseph. Diary of Brigadier-General Marcus J. Wright, C. S. A.: April 23, 1861-February 26, 1863. N. p.: [193-]

Yeary, Mamie, comp. “H. B. Dollarhite.” In Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray 1861-1865, 190. Dallas, TX: Smith & Lamar Publishing House M. E. Church, South, [1912].

 

 

 

Cavalry

 

1st Tennessee Cavalry Battalion

Hancock, Richard Ramsey. “First Battalion Tennessee Cavalry.” In Hancock’s Diary, or, A History of the Second Tennessee Cavalry, with Sketches of First and Seventh Battalions; Also, Portraits and Biographical Sketches, 33-40; 164-175. Nashville, TN: Brandon Printing Co., 1887.

 

1st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971.

Lewis, Lieut. Col. James H. “The First Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 883-898. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

2nd Tennessee Cavalry Battalion

Bate, Henry Clay. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA. Nashville, Tennessee. (Note: Maj. Bate’s dairy covers the period from 31 January to 12 April, 1865 and primarily concerns his troop’s movements in Mississippi, Alabama, and Arkansas.)

Fergusson, Edward L. “2nd Cavalry Battalion, Co. F.” In Sumner County in the Civil War., 219-270. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

 

2nd Tennessee Confederate Cavalry

Hancock, Richard Ramsey. Hancock’s Diary, or, A History of the Second Tennessee Cavalry, with Sketches of First and Seventh Battalions; Also, Portraits and Biographical Sketches. Nashville, TN: Brandon Printing Co., 1887.

 

2nd Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971.

Fuller, Thomas. Diary. Diaries and Memoirs. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Fuller was captured in 1863 and sent first to Alton, Illinois and later to Fort Delaware in Pennsylvania. His diary describes prison life as well as his time spent in a prison hospital, 10 June to 10 August 1864.)

Hager, George F. “Second Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate. compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 611-624. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington: NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Miller, DeWolfe. Diaries and Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Miller gives brief histories of his military service and that of his cousin, Wylie Miller Young.

Williams, Jackson. “The Civil War Diary of Andrew Jackson Williams.” Polk County Historical & Genealogical Society Quarterly and Newsletter. 9, no. 1 (May 2003): 12-24.

 

3rd Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Brownlow, James P. Papers. Small Collections. TSLA, Nashville.

 

4th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Cotten, Michael. The Williamson County Cavalry: A History of Company F, Fourth Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, C. S. A. Goodlettsville, TN: M. Cotton, [1994].

Guild, George B. A Brief Narrative of the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, Wheeler’s Corps, Army of Tennessee. Nashville, TN, 1913.

Guild, George B. “Fourth Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 629-631. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

 5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Campbell, Carl, transcriber. McKenzie’s Fighting Fifth: Reports and Rosters of the 5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, Confederate States of America. Dayton, TN: Rhea County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1999.

Sloan, William Erskine. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: After serving in the 3rd Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Sloan fought in the 5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment from August 1862 to the War’s end.)

 

6th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

No regimental history found at this writing aside from that in Tennesseans in the Civil War.

 

7th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Aden, Mrs. R. F. “In Memoriam, Seventh Tennessee Cavalry, C. S. A.” West Tennessee Historical Society Publications 17 (1963): 108-117.

Committee of Officers. “Seventh Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 635-687. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Hays, Asa N. “War Time Recollections.” Magazine of History 17 (1913): 155-162, 222-231; 18 (1914): 64-72; 19 (1914): 14-22, 155-169; 20 (1915): 4-13, 111-119, 242-350; 21 (1916): 80-97, 217-225; 25 (1917) 134-139.

Hubbard, John Milton. Notes of a Private, by John Milton Hubbard, Company E, 7th Tennessee Regiment, Forrest’s Cavalry Corps, C. S. A. St. Louis, MO: Nixon-Jones Printers.

Rainey, Isaac Nelson. Memoir. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: The volume entitled Experiences of I. N. Rainey in the Confederate Army contains genealogical information and an account of his military service.)

Rennolds, Lt. Edwin H. “Sketch of Company ‘G’, Seventh Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry.” In A History of Henry County Commands Which Served in the Confederate States Army, Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, 230-249. Jacksonville, FL: Sun Publishing Co., 1908.

 

7th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion

Ferguson, Edward L. “7th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 219-270. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Hancock, Richard Ramsey. “Sketch of Seventh Battalion.” In Hancock’s Diary: or, A History of the Second Tennessee Confederate Cavalry, with Sketches of First and Seventh Battalions; Also, Portraits and Biographical Sketches, 175-197. Nashville, TN: Brandon Printing Co., 1887.

 

8th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Dibrell, G. C. “Eighth Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Ferguson, Edward L. “8th (Baxter Smith’s) Tennessee Cavalry Regiment.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 271-275. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

 

9th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Brown, John Preston Watts. Small Collections. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Brown was fifteen when he first tried to join the Confederate forces.) Ferguson, Edward L. “9th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment.” In Sumner County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 276-381. Tompkinsville, KY: Monroe County Press, 1972.

Jordan, Stephen A. Diaries. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville.

Jordan, Stephen A. “Diary of Stephen A. Jordan.” In The Civil War in Maury County, Tennessee, by Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot, 15-44. S. l.: s. n., [1966], 1980.

Ward, William Walker. “For the Sake of my Country”: The Diary of Col. W. W. Ward, 9th Tennessee Cavalry, Morgan’s Brigade, C. S. A. Edited by R. B. Rosenburg. Journal of Confederate History Series, Vol. 8. Murfreesboro, TN: Southern Heritage Press, [1991].

 

9th Battalion Tennessee Cavalry

Mack, H. Clay. “Ninth Battalion Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 748-753. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Timmons, William Evans. ”Following Two Maury County Soldiers Through the Civil War.” Historic Maury 29, no 3 (1993): 73-79; 29, no. 4 (1993): 137-141.

 

10th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Minor, John. “Tenth Tennessee Cavalry” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 682-686. Nashville, TN; J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Rennolds, Lt. Edwin H. “Sketch of Companies ‘I’ and ‘K’, Tenth Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry.” In A History of Henry County Commands Which Served in the Confederate States Army Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, Tennessee, 249-257. Jacksonville, FL: Sun Publishing Co., 1904.

 

 

11th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Cannon, Newton. The Reminiscences of Newton Cannon, First Sergeant, C. S. A., From Holographic Material Provided by his Grandson, Samuel M. Fleming, Jr. Edited by Campbell H. Brown. Jackson, TN: McCowat-Mercer Press Inc., 1965.

Holman, Daniel Wilson. “Eleventh Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 690-717. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Wilson, Thomas Black. Diary. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: This diary covers the period from 18 August to 25 October, 1862, and contains a lengthy description of his unit’s role in the Corinth Campaign of October 3-4, 1862 and information about the prisoners taken.)

 

12th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Green, J. U. “Twelfth Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 720-726. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Loving, Waldon. Coming Like Hell: The Story of the 12th Tennessee Cavalry, Richardson's Brigade, Forrest’s Cavalry Corps., Confederate States Army, 1862-1865. San Jose, CA: Writer’s Club Press, [2002].

 

13th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

No regimental history found at this writing aside from that in Tennesseans in the Civil War.

 

14th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Neely, J. J. “Fourteenth Tennessee Cavalry.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 899-902. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

15th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Logwood, Thomas H. “Fifteenth Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

16th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

At this writing no regimental history has been found aside from that in Tennesseans in the Civil War.

 

16th Battalion Tennessee Cavalry

Neal, J. R. “Sixteenth Battalion Tennessee Cavalry.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 756-758. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

 17th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

No regimental history found at this writing aside from that in Tennesseans in the Civil War.

 

 18th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

No regimental history found at this writing aside from that in Tennesseans in the Civil War.

 

19th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

No regimental history found at this writing aside from that in Tennesseans in the Civil War.

 

20th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Hollis, Elisha Thompkins. “The Diary of Captain Elisha Tompkin Hollis.” Introduction by William W. Chester. West Tennessee Historical Society Papers 39 (December 1985): 83-11

Nixon, G. H. “Twentieth Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 738-741. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Rennolds, Lt. Edwin H. “Capt. N. W. McNeill’s Cavalry Company.” In A History of Henry County Commands Which Served in the Confederate States Army, Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County Tennessee, 276. Jacksonville, FL: Sun Publishing Co, 1904.

------------- “Companies ‘E’, ‘F’, and ‘K’, Twentieth Tennessee Cavalry.” In A History of Henry County Commands Which Served in the Confederate States Army, Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, Tennessee, 257-275. Jacksonville, FL: Sun Publishing Co., 1904.

 

21st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Matlock, Dr. Phillip N. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Dr. Matlock transferred to the 21st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment in 1864, having been previously attached to George R. Monsarrat’s Light Artillery.)

Morris, Robert L. “Twenty-First Tennessee Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee, Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 741-747. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

22nd Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

Rennolds, Lt. Edwin H. “Capt. Robert Ayres’s Cavalry Company.” In A History of Henry County Commands Which Served in the Confederate States Army, Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, Tennessee, 279-280, Jacksonville, FL: Sun Publishing Co., 1904. (Note: This Company was ultimately attached to the 22nd (Nixon’s) Cavalry Regiment.)

 

28th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment

No regimental history found at this writing aside from that in Tennesseans in the Civil War.

 

General H. B. Lyon’s Escort

Rennolds, Lt. Edwin H. “General H. B. Lyon’s Escort.” In A History of Henry County Commands Which Served in the Confederate States Army, Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, Tennessee, 277-278. Jacksonville, FL: Sun Publishing Co., 1904.

 

Forrest’s (Old) Regiment Cavalry

Kelley, D. C. “Forrest’s (Old) Regiment Cavalry.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 761-768. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co, 1995.

Jordan, Thomas and J. P. Pryor. The Campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. N. B. Forrest and Forrest’s Cavalry. New Orleans, LA, Memphis, TN, New York, NY: Blelock & Company, 1868.

 

Forrest’s Escort

Cowan, George L. “Forrest’s Escort.” In The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 769-771. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Dyer, W, R, Diaries. Diaries and Memoirs. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: The diaries cover the years 1863 and 1864, and mention weather conditions, battles, and movements through Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Alabama. It is uncertain whether the writer actually belonged to a Tennessee regiment.)

 

McCann’s Tennessee Cavalry Battalion

Clayton, W. W. “The Companies in the First Tennessee and Other Regiments and Batteries.” In History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men and Pioneers, 170-177. Philadelphia, PA: J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Reprint, Nashville, TN: Charles Elder Bookseller, 1971.

 

 

 

Artillery

 

Capt. Barry’s Tennessee Light Artillery Company

Watkins, R. L. “Lookout Artillery.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 909-910. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

Capt. A. L. Huggins’ Battery

Huggins, A. L. “Freeman-Huggins Battery.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 794-805. Nashville: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

Capt. W. C. Kain’s Battery

Kempshall, John. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Kempshall was captured in 1863, and imprisoned at Camp Douglas, Illinois until March 1865.)

 

Capt. John Peyton Lynch’s Battery

McDowell, Charles S. “Lynch’s Battery.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 844-847. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

Capt. L. G. Marshall’s Battery

Marshall, L. G. “ Jackson’s Battery—Carne’s Battery— Marshall’s Battery.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 805-844. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

Capt. George R. Monsarrat’s Light Artillery

Matlock, Dr. Phillip N. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville. (Note: Dr. Matlock transferred in 1864 to the 21st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment.)

 

Capt. John W. Morton’s Light Artillery

Morton, John W. “Porter’s Battery.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 855-864. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co., Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

-------------The Artillery of Nathan Bedford Forrest’s Cavalry. Nashville, TN: Publishing House of the M. E. Church, South, 1909.

Reid, Frank T. “Morton’s Battery.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 847-855. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

Captain T. W. Rice’s Battery

Haller, B. F. “Rice’s Battery.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 864-868. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

Capt. W. L. Scott’s Battery

Scott, W. L. “Bankhead’s and Scott’s Battery.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley, 790-794. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

 

Capt. J. W. Sparkman’s Battery

Caughron, Jack. “John W. Caughron and the Rebels Who Refused to Surrender.” Historic Maury 38 (December 2002): 143-147.

Robison, John Wesley. “Civil War Letters of J. W. Robison.” Historic Maury 14 (October –December 1979): 118-126; 15 (January-March 1979): 24-33; 15 (April-June 1979): 47-57; 15 (July-September 1979): 67-76.

Smith, Frank K. “Maury Light Artillery.” In The Civil War in Maury County, Tennessee, compiled and edited by Jill K. Garrett and Marise P. Lightfoot, 51-77. S. l: s. n., [1966], 1980.

 

 

 

Home Guard

 

Allen, David C. “Home Guard”. In Winds of Change: Robertson County, Tennessee in the Civil War, 99-102. Nashville, TN: Land Yacht Press, 2000.

Bourne, Edward. The “Young Guard.” In Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate, 599-602, compiled and edited by John Berrien Lindsley. Nashville, TN: J. M. Lindsley & Co. Publishers, 1886. Reprint, Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1995.

Culp. Frederick M. “Captain George King’s Home Guard Company, C. S. A.” The West Tennessee Historical Society Papers 15 (1961): 57-78.

Hudson, John M. “ Nashville ‘Rebel’ Home Guards.” Confederate Veteran 5 (1897): 489.

King, Capt. George. Memoirs. Confederate Collection. TSLA, Nashville.

 

 

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