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1866 Union soldiers list

Identifier: QMM.2022.002

Scope and Contents

An 1866 listing of Union soldiers applying for a certificate of disability in East Tennessee. Included in the description is the type of wound or malady, where they were discharged, and occasionally the battle where the injury occurred. An example entry, "May 7th 1866 – Capt. David Fry – Co. F 2nd Tenn Regt Mounted Inft – Discharged Annapolis Md 27th March 1865 – disease wound – Pension total – probably permanent – Residence Greeneville Tenn". Note – Capt. David Fry arranged the November 1861 burning of the railroad bridge over Lick Creek in western Greene County. Civil War related, there is a Corporal Jesse Spears of Hawkins Co. applying for disability from wounds encountered in the War of 1812, Captain Gillenwater Company, Tenn Militia. The last written page is receipt adjustments for Saml (?sp) Doak. Approximately 57 soldiers from East Tennessee listed.


  • 1866

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previously part of MM.1850.001

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