Category Archives: Bate’s Division

Brigades of Tyler, Finley and Jackson

James Barton Farris, Company H, 10th Tennessee Infantry

My name is Alfred Farris. my grandfarher James Barton Farris joined the 7th Alabama regiment company H at age 16. He later joined the 10th Tenn. company H. He fought in the battles of Franklin and Nashville, and was captured … Continue reading

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Emanuel Cisero Waters, Company H, 1st Georgia Infantry

My GG Grandfather Emanuel Cisero Waters fought in Bate’s Division, Jackson’s Brigade, 1st Georgia Confederate Regiment, 2nd Co. H at Franklin. Submitted by Bret Arnold

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Pvt William Thomas Gamel, Co. C, 30th Georgia Infantry

My G-G Granduncle, Pvt William Thomas Gamel, Co. C, 30th Georgia Infantry Submitted by Steven L. Brock

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George W. Wheless, Company H, 37th Georgia, Bate’s Brigade

My Great Grandfather , my Mother’s Grandfather , (George W. Wheless {often misspelled Wheeless} was in Company H, 37th Georgia, Bate’s Brigade at Franklin. He went on to fight at Nashville and surrendered in North Carolina. He also fought at … Continue reading

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George W. Vaughn, Company H, 20th Tennessee Infantry,

My name is Bobby Whitson, and I am a native Middle Tennessean; I currently live in Brentwood. My Great, Great Grandfather was George W. Vaughn/Vaughan who was born in 1827 and raised in Williamson County, Tennessee close to Triune.  He … Continue reading

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William Mangrum, Company H, 20th Tennessee Infantry,

William is my Great great grandfather’s brother. He was raised on a farm in town of Jingo which is what Fairview was first named.  Joined up with his big brother Wiley Paul in 1861. Tragic end for William.  After surviving the 4 years of … Continue reading

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Wiley Paul Mangrum, Company H, 20th Tennessee Infantry

He was a farmer from town of Jingo which is what Fairview was first named.  Married to a Hutcherson lady whose brother was in Co H too.  He, Alfred Hutcherson, lost an arm at Chickamauga. At Franklin? He is listed as missing in … Continue reading

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