Category Archives: Killed at Franklin

John Paul Hill, 16th Alabama Infantry, Co B

John Paul Hill Private, 16th Alabama Co. B Younger brother of Andrew Malone Hill (also of the 16th Alabama Co. B). Killed November 30, 1864. Two written accounts state that his older brother Andrew, found J.P. Hill deceased near the … Continue reading

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Samuel A. Farmer, Private, Company A of the 39th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, “Simpson Grays”, Sears Brigade

1. Full names of soldier. Samuel A. Farmer 2. Rank, unit served with, etc. Private, Company A of the 39th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, “Simpson Grays”, Sears Brigade 3. Any personal info about the soldier that you’re aware of. Samuel A. … Continue reading

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Joseph H. Hines, Co. D 97th Ohio Vol. Infantry

1. Full names of soldier. Joseph H. Hines 2. Rank, unit served with, etc. – Co. D 97th Ohio Vol. Infantry 3. Any personal info about the soldier that you’re aware of. Born 1831 Belmont Co. Ohio married Sara Byland on … Continue reading

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Wilson Blain Logan, Captain, Company D, 175th Ohio Infantry

Full names of soldier? Wilson Blain Logan  1. Rank, unit served with, etc. Captain, Company D, 175th Ohio Volunteer Infantry 2. Any personal info about the soldier that you’re aware of.  Wilson Blain Logan, born June 30, 1830, was the son … Continue reading

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Robert Scott Montgomery, Co. I, Sabine Grays, 7th Texas Infantry Regiment.

1. Robert Scott Montgomery 2. Co. I, Sabine Grays, 7th Texas Infantry Regiment. 3. Born about 1839 Spartanburg Co., SC. A son of Benjamin Franklin Montgomery, 04 Nov 1810 – 03 Jun 1900, and Harriet Moss, 22 Aug 1811 – 05 Jan … Continue reading

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Samuel B. Miears, Private, Co. A, Orr Guards, 31st Mississippi Infantry Regiment

1. Samuel B. Miears 2. Private, Co. A, Orr Guards, 31st Mississippi Infantry Regiment 3. S.B. Miears was born 09 Dec 1826 in AL and died 30 Nov 1864, Battle of Franklin, TN. Married Lou Emily Burke 09 Oct 1845. Lou … Continue reading

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Lemuel C. Dill, Pvt, 16th SC Infantry

I am contacting you because I believe that my 3rd Great Grandfather Lemuel C. Dill was killed at the Battle. I have also seen a picture of a gravesite for L.C. Dill from the Cemetery there. I have very little … Continue reading

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Capt Volney Hobson, Co E, 9th Indiana Cavalry

I have a relative, Capt Volney Hobson Co E 9th Infantry KIA at Franklin. Buried in Ind. Supposedly killed near Railroad trestle on Liberty Pike Mike Hennigan mhennigan@insight.com _________________________ Note: He was killed 12/17/1864, on Hood’s Retreat. He enlisted 7/10/63 … Continue reading

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Hiram Green Smith, Co F., 16th Alabama Infantry, died at Franklin

My fourth great grandfather, Hiram Green Smith joined the CSA in 1861. although he was a farmer and a Georgia boy born and raised he and his wife moved to Alabama. He enlisted and was in the 16th Alabama Reg. … Continue reading

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Isaac Reeder, Sgt., Co A, 31st Miss Infantry, KIA at Franklin

1. Isaac Reeder 2. Enlisted as “3 Sgt” in Co. A (Orr’s Guards) at Red Land, Miss On Feb 28, 1862. This company soon became designated as Co. A, 31st Mississippi. After returning to his unit from the hospital at … Continue reading

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