3 edition of Muster list of Captain W.Y.C. Humes" Company A, Tennessee Artillery Corps, C.S.A found in the catalog.
Muster list of Captain W.Y.C. Humes" Company A, Tennessee Artillery Corps, C.S.A
Sherman Lee Pompey
|Statement||by Sherman Lee Pompey.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 81/1537|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||80149459|
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Formerly Captain William Keiter’s Battery -Captain W. Humes’ Belmont Battery This company was enlisted at Nashville in the summer ofand mustered into Confederate service on Aug Continue Reading →.
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List of Field Officers, Regiments and Battalions from Tennessee in the Confederate States. Captain corps of cavalry, C. A., March Brigadier-General, Aug COMMAND Brigade in Captain company of Tennessee cavalry, May 1 Colonel Forrest's regiment cavalry, This banner text can have markup.
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"Also called McCown's Artillery Corps - The Artillery Corps of Tennessee was formed in May,a part of the Provisional Army of the State of Tennessee, which was then an independent state and not a part of the Confederacy.
It was mustered into the Confederate serve at New Madrid, Missouri, Augwith the possible intention of including other companies as they were organized, but. A Special Orders No.authorizing the transfer of dismounted troopers of the Confederate 4th Tennessee Cavalry (Wheeler's Cavalry Corps, Army of Tennessee) to infantry regiments and artillery batteries.
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Tyler, he was in the East Tennessee campaign with Longstreet during the winter ofin frequent battle, and was commended for gallantry by Gens. Joseph Wheeler and W. Martin. page 1 narrative of military operations, directed, during the late war between the states, by joseph er'johnston, general, c.
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