Pvt Samuel Thomas Walker, Company D, 49th Tennessee Infantry

My great, great uncle Pvt. Samuel Thomas Walker of the 49th Tenn Inf. Co D. was captured at Franklin. He was pulled over the breast works as recorded in his pension papers, by his Capt. John M. Nesbitt. He was made a prisoner and sent to Louisville then to Camp Douglas which was his second visit to the place. He was held till after the war.

My great, great grandfather Pvt. Phillip Henry Deason he also had a stay at Camp Douglas and was with The 49th Tenn Inf Co. B also fought at Franklin and was later captured at Nashville.

Submitted by Roy Freudenthal

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