Page 3 has entry of Capt. J. C. Hodges of Morristown, Tenn., wounded at Shiloh, captured at Big Black, Miss., and interned at Johnson's Island Prison, Ohio. Donated to Crockett Tavern Museum in Morristown, Tenn.
Portrait of Conservative Republican and Tennessee governor (1867-1871), DeWitt Clinton Senter. Senter represented Grainger County, Tenn. In the Tennessee General Assembly and retired to Morristown, Tenn. Autograph note is written to "Miss Sallie"...
Davis served in Co. G, 61st Tenn. Infantry Regt., men from Morristown area. According to family info, he lost sight in one eye as a result of a Civil War wound. Davis lived and is buried in the Macedonia community.
Davis served in Co. G, 61st Tenn. Infantry Regt., men from Morristown area. According to family info, he lost sight in one eye as a result of a Civil War wound. Davis lived and is buried in the Macedonia community of Hamblen County.
Group of United Confederate Veterans of the W. B. Tate Camp pictured at Liberty Hill Methodist Church in Hamblen County. Veterans pictured incl. Tom Davis (3rd from lower right) of the 61st Tenn. Infantry Regt.
Union doctor from 4th US Tenn. Cavalry is buried in Bethesda Cemetery, Morristown, Tenn. Hale was captured at Noonan, GA July 30, 1864 and sent to Hilton Head, SC. After the war he practiced medicine in the Russellville community of Hamblen County...
UCV reunion ribbon and pin from W. B. Tate Camp, No. 725. The ribbon belonged to Capt. Daniel Hoge Bruce, Co. A, 51st Va. Inf. Regt., CSA. The badge was manufactured by The Whitehead & Hoag Co. of Newark, N. J. See tsla108 for Bruce's diary.