Faces of Franklin

Pictures of men who saw action at Franklin (30 Nov 1864) http://franklindescendants.wordpress.com and http://www.battleoffranklin.net Custom tours of the Battle of Franklin: FranklinCivilWarTours.com
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Joseph Benton Sawyer, 2nd Michigan Cavalry, with wife Elmira. Read about his Civil War service here:  http://franklindescendants.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/joseph-benton-sawyer-co-i-2nd-michigan-cavalry/

Joseph Benton Sawyer, 2nd Michigan Cavalry, with wife Elmira. Read about his Civil War service here: http://franklindescendants.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/joseph-benton-sawyer-co-i-2nd-michigan-cavalry/

Joseph Benton Sawyer, 2nd Michigan Cavalry, with wife Elmira, 50th wedding anniversary. Read about his Civil War service here:  http://franklindescendants.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/joseph-benton-sawyer-co-i-2nd-michigan-cavalry/

Joseph Benton Sawyer, Michigan Cavalry, with wife Elmira, wedding anniversary.

Miles B. Hunt, 2nd Michigan Cav, fought at Franklin and survived.

Hunt, Michigan Cav, fought at Franklin and survived.

CSA Brig Gen John Adams was killed by  men of Casement’s brigade.

John Adams (July 1825 – November was an officer in the United States Army. With the onset of the American Civil War, he resigned his commission and joined the Confederate States Army, rising to the rank of brigadier general before being killed in action.

Brady view of Bvt. Maj. Gen. Nathan Kimball, Col. 14th IN.; made brigadier for defeating "Stonewall" at Kernstown, commanded a division at Antietam and led a 4th Corps division at Atlanta, Frankilin and Nashville.

Brady view of Bvt. made brigadier for defeating "Stonewall" at Kernstown, commanded a division at Antietam and led a Corps division at Atlanta, Frankilin and Nashville.

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