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Thomas Reuben Cooper
- Private
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Contact Name: Sam Cooper
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Date Added: 11/11/2016

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Alfred Johnson Hodges
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Contact Name: Lou Ann Tanner
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Date Added: 4/8/2017

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James H Ledford
- Private
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Contact Name: Johnny Ledford
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Contact Homepage: johnnyledford@yahoo.com
Date Added: 7/26/2016

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James Meadows
- Private
According to copies of James Meadows' Civil War documents that I downloaded from Footnote.com, James Meadows left Co. K and joined Co. G. He then left the 8th Infantry and joined the 25th Infantry. He fought at Chickamauga, GA with the 25th Infantry. James was my husband's 2nd great grandfather, and he seems to have been quite a...character.

James was the son of Charles and Rachel (MNU) Meadows. Charles and Rachel settled in the Flynn's Lick area of Jackson County, Tennessee and that is where James Meadows was born about 1832. According to his death certificate, James died in Gainesboro, Jackson County, Tennessee Jan 12, 1916 of La-Gripp (Influenza).

James was the great grandson of Rev'l War soldier, Isham Meador.
Contact Name: Sharon Meadows
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Date Added: 2/7/2011

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J J Shelton
- Sergeant
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Contact Name: Karl Marsh
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Date Added: 1/19/2011

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James Calvin Shepherd
- Private
From his Arkansas Veteran's Confederate Pension Record. My Great Grandfather James Calvin Shepherd was a member of the 25th Tennessee Regt of Infantry from 1862 to June 1864. He was paroled from Union Prison on June 1, 1864.
Contact Name: Kay Fleming
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Date Added: 3/8/2010

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Robert Bogardus Snowden
- Colonel
Robert Bogardus Snowden, of Memphis, Tennessee.
Contact Name: Robert C. Cairns
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Contact Homepage: ww.chriscairns.com
Date Added: 2/19/2006

Company A
Hugh Lowery
- Private
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Contact Name: Marty Craig
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Date Added: 12/27/2008

Company A
Mark Lowery
- Captain
Wounded 29 Sept 1864 at the Battle of Fisher Hill, Virginia
Died of his wounds 3 Oct 1864

Contact Name: Marty Craig
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Date Added: 12/27/2008

Company A
William Lowery
- Sergeant
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Contact Name: Marty Craig
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Date Added: 12/27/2008

Company A
Jonathan Scott
- Private
Died 12 Dec 1864 in Virginia
Contact Name: Marty Craig
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Date Added: 8/15/2010

Company A
Martin V Slatten
- Private
He is Martin Van Buren Slatten of White Co Tn
Contact Name: Debbie Davis
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Date Added: 3/26/2004

Company A
James Henry Snodgrass
- Captain
James Henry Snodgrass, my great-grandfather, joined from his native White County as a surgeon. He survived the war and had a long career as a physician in Nashville. I do not know how long he served or in what battles and would be grateful for any such information.
Contact Name: James Robertson
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Date Added: 3/26/2016

Company B
Franklin Morley Smith
- Corporal
My great-great grandfather from Hilham, Overton County
Contact Name: Randy Adams
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Date Added: 2/26/2014

Company B
Daniel Ward
- Sergeant
daniel was my 4x grandfather he survived the war and died in johnson co, tennessee .
Contact Name: Tim Hoover
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Date Added: 8/27/2006

Company C
John W. Davis
- Private
John W. Davis ( 4th great-uncle ) joined the 25th TN Inf. along with his Brother September 1862; in Sparta TN as the unit marched through on its way to the Kentucky Campaign. He was mortally wounded Dec. 31st 1862 in the Battle of Murfreesboro. He died on his wounds in a field hospital Jan. 19th 1863 a prisoner of war.
Contact Name: Daniel Larson
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Contact Homepage: www.coffeecountyrangers.org
Date Added: 12/22/2011

Company C
Lewis Davis
- Private
Lewis Davis ( 4th great-uncle ) Joined the 25th in Feb. 1863 near Tullahoma TN. He was wounded in Aug. 14th 1864. and was sent to Chimborazo Hospital #4. He was Discharged from the army Dec. 24th 1864
Contact Name: Daniel Larson
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Contact Homepage: www.coffeecountyrangers.org
Date Added: 12/22/2011

Company C
Simon Davis
- Private
Simon Davis ( 4th great-uncle ) Joined the 25th TN near Tullahoma TN. Feb. 1863. He was sent to one of the hospitals near Chattanooga in April 1863 and died there May 10th 1863.
Contact Name: Daniel Larson
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Contact Homepage: www.coffeecountyrangers.org
Date Added: 12/22/2011

Company C
William P. Davis
- Private
William P. Davis ( 3rd great-grandfather ) Joined the 25th TN on its way to the Kentucky Campaign as it passed through Sparta TN in Sept. 1862. He was joined by his Brother John W. Davis who would be mortally wounded at Murfreesboro, and Simon and Lewis who would join him, while the Army was camped at Tullahoma Feb. 1863. He was the only brother to survived the war unscathed. Simon would Die in one of the numberous Hospitals around Chattanooga in May 1863, from disease. Lewis would be wounded ( Aug. 14th 1864 ) and crippled and discharged Dec.24th 1864. William moved to North Alabama Following the war, and died in 1895 in Jackson County Alabama.
Contact Name: Daniel Larson
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Contact Homepage: www.coffeecountyrangers.org
Date Added: 12/22/2011

Company C
Albert McBride
- Private
Albert was born in Van Buren Co. Tenn in 1832. He enlisted in the adjoining county of White Co on 26 July 1861 at Cave Hill. Enlisted by Lieut. A.B. Hardcastle for 12 months. He has 3 cards in his archival file. He was about 30 at enlistment in Capt William G. Smith's Co. of Infantry. He mustered 1 Oct 1861 at Camp Myers and was furloughed home sick. His health did not improve and on 5 Nov 1861 the regimental surgeon recommended he be discharged. He did not see action as the first battle for the regiment was at Mill Springs Ky. on 19 Jan 1862.
He married twice and is the father in law of my 5th cousin 3 x removed.
Contact Name: phillip thomas
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Date Added: 6/18/2020

Company C
William J. McWhirter
- Private
Searching for his resting place.
Contact Name: Jesse McWhirter
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Date Added: 9/17/2007

Company C
Daniel Marion Molloy
- 2nd Lieutenant
Daniel Molloy was my great-great grandfather. He was wounded and captured at Chickamauga, 20 Sep 1863. He spent the remainder of the war at Johnson's Island, Ohio (prison camp for officers). He was released from Johnson’s Island, OH on June 12, 1865 taking the Oath of Allegiance. G.O. 109.

Complexion: Dark; Hair: Dark
Eyes: Grey; Height: 5 ft 11 in

Contact Name: Mike Molloy
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Date Added: 7/1/2016

Company C
John Gillentine Molloy
- 1st Sergeant
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Contact Name: Mike Molloy
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Date Added: 7/1/2016

Company C
Jasper N. Rowland
- Private
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Contact Name: Neal Hanley
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Date Added: 3/10/2012

Company D
Soloiman Francis Copeland
- Private
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Contact Name: Tim Hoover
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Date Added: 5/10/2006

Company D
John Sims Matthews
- Corporal
My GGG Uncle. He is buried at the C.E. Eckles cemetery in Overton County, TN.
Contact Name: Chris Barlow
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Date Added: 1/7/2010

Company D
Joseph H Windle
- Private
Joseph was 17 years old when he joined Capt Luther B Myers' Company on 1 August 1861 at Camp Myers' Tenn. Livingston Overton Co. Tenn. This became Co D. 25th Regt. Tenn Infantry. There are four cards in his file. On a CMR card dated 6 April 1864 the remarks are: Discharged under Conscription Act. One Researcher states he was killed 31 March 1864 at Abingdon Va. I have not seen proof if this.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 8/18/2014

Company E
William Daniel Baker
- Private
Moved from Tenn. to arkansas, applied for and received civil war pension in abt.1912
Was captured Dewery Bluff
Contact Name: Hoyt Baker
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Date Added: 12/31/2005

Company E
Gilford Giles Blankenship
- Corporal
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Contact Name: Michael Blankenship
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Date Added: 1/4/2010

Company E
watson c campbell
- 2nd Lieutenant
was a prisoner of war, captured june-17-1864, transfered to ft. pulaski ga. died -feb.18-1865, at hilton head , south carolina.provost guard usa hospital, of chronic diarrhea,residence- cookeville tn-single.---grave526
Contact Name: patsy campbell woolridge
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Contact Homepage: frontier
Date Added: 7/16/2011

Company E
W T Cumby
- Private
W.T. Cumby -- Private, 25th Tennessee Infantry, Company E

Full Name: William Thomas "Will" Cumby

Born: 9 Nov 1844, Lee County, Virginia
Died: 21 Oct 1915, Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee

Relatives who served:
James Henry "J.H." Cumby, brother, 25th Tennessee Infantry (Co. E)
Gilford Giles "Gifford" Blankenship, uncle, 25th Tennessee Infantry (Co. E)

Deserted in Knoxville, Tennessee, in November of 1863.

Will later enlisted into the 4th Tennessee Mounted Infantry (Co. K)

William T. Cumby passed away in Cookeville, TN, and is buried at Salem Cemetery.
(Son of Richard Cumby and Nancy Blankenship)
Contact Name: Jacob
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Date Added: 2/28/2021

Company E
James Henderson Pistole
- Corporal
My father's grandfather. Jim Pistole was captured at the Battle of Murfreesboro Tennessee (Battle of Stones River), took the oath and served with the 3rd Tennessee Cavalry (US) until the end of the war.
Contact Name: Neal Pistole
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Date Added: 3/5/2010

Company E
Dempsie Martin Southard
- Captain
This is my Great Great Grandfather, his first name could be Dempsey, but records show his name as Dempsie ??

There were other relatives involved, his Son and others were there, but names not shown, possible deaths as unknown soldiers!

Dempsey Southard survived the Civil War and died 1883 in White, Tennessee.
Contact Name: Paul Merrifield
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Date Added: 5/30/2011

Company F
Riley Anderson
- Private
Pvt. Co. F, 25th Inf.
B. 19 December 1839
D. 12 November 1885
s/o Garland & Sarah (Jones) Anderson
Married: Michael Elizabeth Alexander
Contact Name: Stephen Anderson II
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Date Added: 12/8/2012

Company F
hamton m. apple
- 2nd Lieutenant
Hamton was my great-great 1st cousin who enlisted in the 25th 07/31/1861. he was captured on the retreat from Perryville, ky. He was paroled home but records have him back with the regiment. He transferred to the 84th Tennessee and was promoted to 2nd LT 01/25/1863. He survived the war living until 1901.
Contact Name: jim barrett
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Date Added: 2/3/2012

Company F
Green Berry Ford
- Private
Green Berry Ford is my great (x4) grandfather. He was born in 1817 and died in 1901. Son of John Franklin Ford and Nancy Wilson Ford.
He would have been in his mid 40s at the beginning of the Civil War.
Contact Name: Walter Wahle
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Date Added: 3/5/2024

Company F
JOHN W POOL
- 3rd Corporal
He was severely wounded in the foot at the battle of.Mufreesboro,Tennessee on December 31,1862. Following treatment he was sent home by the surgeon
Contact Name: Robbin Kaylor
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Date Added: 12/8/2013

Company F
James F Thompson
Rank Unknown
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Contact Name: Jeff Thompson
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Date Added: 2/1/2013

Company F
Gallant Tucker
- Sergeant
LDS file: 1761044 Gallant served on both sides.
Civil War file: Pension #: 801933-579558, widow file# 936223-709345 requested on 16 Feb 1910. Gallant was in Company H, 1st TN Mtd Inf. commanded by cousin Prettyman Jones. Entered a Pvt. and Mustered out as a Sgt. Film # M392 roll15(Civil War Soldiers & sailors System Search: http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/Personz_Detail). Gallant was also in the 25 Tenn Company F Federal and in Company H, 1st TN Mtd Inf. commanded by cousin Prettyman Jones. Both servered on both sides. Entered a Pvt. and Mustered out as a Sgt. Film # M392 roll15(Civil War Soldiers & sailors System Search: http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/Personz_Detail
Contact Name: John R. Tucker Sr.
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Contact Homepage: http://dixieresearch.com
Date Added: 12/8/2005

Company G
Green B Adcock
- Private
Died POW
Contact Name: Stacey Hanna
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Date Added: 1/1/2016

Company H
John Washington Allred
- Private
John Washington Allred was my GGG Grandfather. He was born July 31, 1835 and died February 25, 1907. He enlisted in the 25th TN August 19, 1861, and left service on June 2, 1863.
Contact Name: Bryan Collins
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Date Added: 5/15/2009

Company H
Starling Neal
- Private
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Contact Name: Steven P Pearce
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Date Added: 1/18/2006

Company H
William Jason Ramsey
- Private
CSA Pension #W8922
Enlisted at Livingston, Overton County, Tennessee August 5, 1861, Company H 25th Tennessee Infantry CSA
Muster roll Aug. 5 to Oct. 31, 1861, dated Dec. 27, 1861, shows him furloughed home sick on Nov. 5, 1861. Not yet returned. A Private.
Muster Roll dated April 7, 1864 shows him.
Discharged January 30, 1862, A Private
Contact Name: Tami Ramsey
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Contact Homepage: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ramsey/
Date Added: 6/6/2005

Company H
Thomas Payne Smith
- Private
My g/g/g uncle --- brother of Corp. Franklin Morley Smith of Co. B.
Contact Name: Randy Adams
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Date Added: 2/26/2014

Company H
James Russell Spurlock
- 1st Sergeant
private in, 1st sergeant out. served from formation of H company until unit surrendered at Appomattox.
Contact Name: Roy Glen Spurlock
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Date Added: 1/19/2016

Company I
hiram martin
Rank Unknown
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Contact Name: michael west
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Date Added: 9/23/2009

Company I
Issac M Thrasher
- Corporal
Issac M. thrasher Was my great grand father. He was put to rest in Cumberland Co KY. He was taken prisnor at Stones River but later escaped from the prison camp at Camp Dougles IL. and rejoined the 25th.
Contact Name: Perry Scott
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Date Added: 7/2/2011

Company K
Samuel Joseph Johnson
- Captain
Captured May 1864 at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Became one of the Immortal 600 Confederate officers imprisoned on Morris Island under artillery fire.
Contact Name: Mark Barker
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Date Added: 10/6/2011

Company K
Thomas McCloud
- Private
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Contact Name: Glenn McCloud
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Date Added: 12/25/2010

Company Field & Staff
John Madison Hughes
- Colonel
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Contact Name: robert Carter
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Date Added: 1/11/2011

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