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In 1861 Colonel Andrew J. Kellar started the war as Captain of Company D, 4th Tennessee Infantry. He was promoted to Lt. Colonel after the battle of Shiloh.

In 1861 Colonel Andrew J. Kellar started the war as Captain of Company D, 4th Tennessee Infantry. He was promoted to Lt. Colonel after the battle of Shiloh.

Jesse Washington Carmack.8TN.TSLA Jesse Washington Carmack. Courtesy Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Jesse Washington Carmack.8TN.TSLA Jesse Washington Carmack. Courtesy Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Captain Peter Marchant of the 47th Tennessee. Peter resided in Gibson County, Tennessee before the war. His image was made at Petersburg, VA. after prisoner exchange. He was captured at the battle of Murfreesboro and sent to Camp Chase. Peter was exchanged at City Point, VA. April 2, 1864.He was captured again during the battle of Nashville on December 16, 1864. Captain Marchant died a prisoner at Ft. Delaware, Jan. 2, 1865.

Captain Peter Marchant of the 47th Tennessee. Peter resided in Gibson County, Tennessee before the war. His image was made at Petersburg, VA. after prisoner exchange. He was captured at the battle of Murfreesboro and sent to Camp Chase. Peter was exchanged at City Point, VA. April 2, 1864.He was captured again during the battle of Nashville on December 16, 1864. Captain Marchant died a prisoner at Ft. Delaware, Jan. 2, 1865.

Asaph Hill ALSUP (1840-1864) 18th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Company I, private, born Wilson co., Tenn., died Lagrange, GA Feb 1 1864.

Asaph Hill ALSUP (1840-1864) 18th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Company I, private, born Wilson co., Tenn., died Lagrange, GA Feb 1 1864.

Unknown Tennessee soldier

Unknown Tennessee soldier

Unknown Tennessee Rebel

Unknown Tennessee Rebel

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