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154th Tennessee Infantry      
Company Unknown
JOHN G COLLINS - Unknown   
Killed at McClanahan Mills (?) by guerillas
Contact Name:  JOHN C COLLINS
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/18/2006
Company Unknown
Andrew Jackson Cooper - Unknown   
Private A.J. Cooper was born in Tennessee around 1825. He joined the 154th Tennessee, Company G, November 15, 1863 at Missionary Ridge. He was killed in the fighting between Dalton and Atlanta in 1864.
Contact Name:  G.M. Patton
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/13/2010
Company Unknown
john henry mizell - Unknown   
Always Heard By My Dad Who Heard Him Talk When He Was A small Child He Had Been Shot In Leg And Had swam Across The Miss. River. Have A Photo Of Him In His Uniform And Also A Reunion Photo.Died With A mini Ball Still In His Leg.
Contact Name:  richard berry
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  9/12/2006
Company D
j r manasko - Unknown   
not a reletive to me, i was just wanted to do some research on this man,he is buried in a nearby cemetery to me in pittsburgh pa. also i want to let somebody on this page to know his final resting place, just in case you didn't know.
Contact Name:  ed monahan
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  10/2/2010
Company F
Peter E McDaniel - Private   
Peter McDaniel (expert marksmen) lost his left leg at the Battle of Chickamauga. The 154th TN Militia Regiment was one of the first with its origin in 1842. For status reasons they were allowed to keep the number and became the 154th Senior TN. Infantry CSA. With 802 men under arms they were hands on in building Fort Wright and reinforcing Fort Randolph by July 1861. In their Battles: Nov. 7th Belmont, Missouri lost 1 and 12 wounded. Apr. 1862 Shiloh lost 25, 163 wounded and 11 missing. Aug. 30 1862 Richmond KY lost numerous men and several commanding officers. December 1862, 245 men fought in the Battle of Murfreesboro losing 14, 83 wounded and 3 missing. By March 1863 they consolidated into 13th/154th TN under Colonel Vaughan the 13th commander. Fighting several battles afterward (Ref. to 13th TN).
Contact Name:  Trish Farris
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  Farris & McDaniel Tree Ancestory.com
Date Added:  11/27/2011
Company I
Robert Harvey Cobb - Private   
Robert Cobb was part of Company I (McNairy Guards), enlisting in 1861. He is documented as being active until early 1863. Not known whether he served later. Any information appreciated.
Contact Name:  Robert Rogers
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/23/2014
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