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Reference books record a Duncan Harden as a member of the 6th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Company A, who was wounded at Battle of Fort PIllow. What is Case No. 3027054??

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Eye witness accounts identified Robert Hall as a member of 6th US Colored Heavy Artillery who was wounded at Battle of Fort PIllow. Witnesses stated that while he was on the…

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Reference Books identify Elias Falls as a member of 6th US Colored Heavy Artillery who was wounded in Arm and Thigh at the Battle of Fort Pillow on April 12, 1864.

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Reference books identify a soldier named Spot Clayton as a soldier of the 6th US Colored Heavy Artillery wounded at the Battle of Fort Pillow. This may be that soldier as the…

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Reference books identify Ransom Anderson as a member of the 6th US Colored Heavy Artillery that fought at the Battle of Fort Pillow on April 12, 1864. Anderson was wounded…

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Reference Books (such as "River Run Red") identify Thomas Addison as one of the soldiers of the 6th US Color Heavy Artillery who were wounded at the Battle of Fort Pillow on April…

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Reference Books say Lt. Van Horn changed clothes and escaped capture during the Battle of Fort Pillow on April 12, 1864.

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James K. Taylor of 6 Tenn Cav appears on the list of casualties of the Battle of Fort Pillow on April 12, 1864. The note on this card matches as the wounded were carried to…

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These two pages are correct in stating Colonel Hawkins and 7th Tenn (US) Cav surrendered two times, once in 1862 and again in 1864 at Union City, Tenn. Both times it surrendered…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN: Page 20 · 29 Oct 2010 You

One Reference book referred to him as Pvt SEAMING, instead of Leaming.

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Ledbetter was wounded at the Battle of Fort Pillow on April 112, 1864 and taken to Mound City Hospital.

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My research of books show Ledbetter was wounded in the Head and right side/hip. His previous service was in 3rd Lillard's Tenn Cav(CSA) and 5th Tenn Cav(CSA) After discharge from…

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Leonidas Gwaltney was Commissary Sergeant. My research indicates eye witnesses saw Gwaltney surrender to the Confederates who shot him through the head.

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William Dickey was captured at Battle of Fort Pillow. Other source said he was shot in the stomach. The wounded were boarded on the steamer "Platte Valley" and sent to hospital…

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Some accounts record his name as Horton Casen.

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My research indicates Lt. Peter Bischoff was KILLED in action at Fort Pillow.

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Some accounts of Battle of Fort Pillow list his name as Sherry BLAINE. Sherry Blaine was brother to Aaron Blaine. After his discharge from the army, he took the name of his…

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My research indicated Pvt Joe Key was Killed in Action at Battle of Fort PIllow.

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My research indicates he was Killed in Action on April 12, 1864.

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My research indicates Daniel Ray was Killed in action.

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