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Pvt. K.A. McIntosh, Co. K, 6th Tenn. Infantry, C.S.A. WIA Shiloh 1862

Pvt. Manuel Taylor, 108th U.S. Colored Infantry

Pvt. Paris P. Casey, Co. I, 19th Alabama Infantry. Died in hospital in April 1862 after the Battle of Shiloh.

Private. J. Clay March Company. A, "Rock City Guards," 1st (Feild's) Tennessee Infantry. Severely wounded at Murfreesboro, the wound would become disabling for further infantry service.

Pvt. Henry J. Walker, Company B, 24th Tennessee Infantry - killed at Shiloh.

Pvt. Cicero Davis, Company G, "Columbia Guards", 6th Arkansas Infantry. He was wounded at Shiloh and discharged due to his wounds on 9 April 1862.

Albert C. Harbaugh, Co. D, 6th Maryland Infantry. KIA at The Wilderness.

Andrew Jackson Vawter, 12th Tennessee Infantry. Wounded at Shiloh and severely at Murfreesboro.

Elbert & Louisa Jemison, Wedding Picture, Talladega, Alabama 1860 census for Anderson County, Texas, has them at Tennessee Colony. He was 25 and she was 18 in 1860. No kids yet. He’ll go into the 1st Texas Infantry, shot through the lungs at Gaines Mill, shot through the hip and thigh at Sharpsburg, wounded slightly in left breast at Cold Harbor. Resigned August 19, 1864, and that’s when we think they (she moved back to Talladega for the war) moved back to their property in Texas and he...