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Page 739 of History of the Orphan brigade

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HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. 739 JOHN WHITE, Shelby County, was appointed corporal, Oct. 12, 1862. He fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, and Mission Ridge. He was wounded at Stone River. THOMAS COOKE, Shelby County, fought at Hartsville and Stone River; after which he was disabled by disease for active field service, and was generally employed on detail duty till the close of the war. JAMES G. CRUTCHER, Shelby County, served till June, 1863, as one of the regimental drummers; fought at Chickamauga, and was wounded there, but recovered in time to engage in the battles of Jonesboro'. After the command was mounted, he served as courier for Gen. Lewis till the close of the war. Died of consumption soon after the war. WM. G. CRUTCHER, Franklin County, fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas ; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements. WILLIAM ELLIS, Franklin County, died of disease in December, 1862. HENRY FLOYD, Kentucky, took part in the engagements of the mounted men. WM. GLORE, Franklin County, died of disease some time during the winter of 1862 3. NEILL HACKETT, Franklin County, fought at Hartsville and Stone River, and died of disease in the spring of 1863. ROBERT HEDGER, Shelby County, was separated from his company on the retreat from Kentucky, and connected himself with a Tennessee regiment, with which he was sent to the Trans-Mississippi department, and served till the close of the war. BEN HICKMAN, Franklin County, fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements. Was crippled in Chicago during the rebuilding of that city and died of his injuries. THOMAS HUDSON, Shelby County, was disabled by disease for infantry service, and was transferred to the cavalry company of Capt. Sanders. A. JOHNSON, Shelby County, fought at Stone River, and Chickamauga. He was captured at the latter place, and died in prison. ALLAN JONES, was not enlisted till the winter of 1864-5. He fought in the mounted engagements in South Carolina. FELIX LONG, Franklin County, fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, and Mission Ridge. A. LONG, Shelby County, fought at Hartsville. HENRY MARSHALL, Franklin County, fought at Hartsville.