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Confederate Guerilla. Caption Reads "John Nichols Executed at Jefferson City, Mo. Oct. 30th, 1863"

Confederate Guerilla. Caption Reads "John Nichols Executed at Jefferson City, Mo. Oct. 30th, 1863"

Brothers Benjamin Franklin Ammons & Raiford Franklin Ammons served with the 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery.

Brothers Benjamin Franklin Ammons & Raiford Franklin Ammons served with the Tennessee Heavy Artillery.

CDV Colonel Adolphus Heiman, Tennessee Infantry (Confederates) at War Between the States

William Houston Fulkerson, 63rd Tennessee Infantry, Company A from Clairborne County. He served as Captain, Major and Lt. Colonel. He was wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga. The Regiment saw action in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia. The Regiment was assigned to the Army of Northern Virginia under Robert E. Lee in 1864. Col. Fulkerson surrendered with his regiment at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865.

He was wounded at Chickamauga. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House on April 1865

Col. William A. Forbes, VMI class of 1842 (first class admitted to VMI).  Colonel, 14th Tennessee Infantry, CSA.  Killed at 2nd Battle of Manassas in 1862

Confederate Colonel William A. Forbes, Virginia Military Institute class of 1842 (first class admitted to VMI), Tennessee Infantry. He was killed at the Battle of Manassas, VA, in

Francis Marion Agee, from Gibson County, TN. holds a Colt Revolving Rifle. As a member of the 22nd Tennessee Infantry, Agee was killed on April 6, 1862 at Shiloh.

Francis Marion Agee, from Gibson County, TN. holds a Colt Revolving Rifle. As a member of the Tennessee Infantry, Agee was killed on April 1862 at Shiloh.

John Denny, Co. K, 14th Tennessee Infantry. His service record says that he was wounded on August 27, 1862 and he is "supposed dead."

John Denny, Co. K, Tennessee Infantry. His service record says that he was wounded on August 1862 and he is "supposed dead.

Ferdinand Berry Co.B Rock City Guards 1st Tennessee Reg. Died of disease in Knoxville, March 1862

Ferdinand Berry, Company B "Rock City Guards," (Fields)Tennessee Infantry. Died of disease in Knoxville, March 1862

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