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==Prisoners of War, 13th Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, USA==
 
==Prisoners of War, 13th Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, USA==
 
The following is a list of men who were captured during their service with the regiment. Some of these men were paroled and returned to the regiment, some died while being held prisoner or soon after release, and some never returned to the regiment and were either listed as deserters or pardoned. [Work in progress.]
 
The following is a list of men who were captured during their service with the regiment. Some of these men were paroled and returned to the regiment, some died while being held prisoner or soon after release, and some never returned to the regiment and were either listed as deserters or pardoned. [Work in progress.]
 
Total: 9
 
Total: 6
 
   
 
{| class="article-table sortable"
 
{| class="article-table sortable"
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! data-sort-type="date" | Place Captured
 
! data-sort-type="date" | Place Captured
 
! class="unsortable" | Notes
 
! class="unsortable" | Notes
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| align="left" | Angel, George H.
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | G
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| align="left" | November 13, 1864
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| align="left" | Russellville, Tennessee
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| align="left" | Ashley, Benjamin
 
| align="left" | Ashley, Benjamin
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| align="left" | Saltville, Virginia
 
| align="left" | Saltville, Virginia
 
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| align="left" |
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| align="left" | Bennett, Eli H.
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | B
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| align="left" | November 13, 1864
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| align="left" | Russellville, Tennessee
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| align="left" |Returned to the regiment March 15, 1865.
 
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| align="left" | [[Jesse Bradley|Bradley, Jesse]]
 
| align="left" | [[Jesse Bradley|Bradley, Jesse]]
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| align="left" | Morristown, Tennessee
 
| align="left" | Morristown, Tennessee
 
| align="left" |Sent to Richmond, Virginia and imprisoned at Danville, Virginia. Paroled and exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Virginia, February 21 or 22, 1865. Sent to Newton General Hospital in Baltimore. Furloughed April 4, 1864 and never returned to the regiment. Died at home October 17, 1865.
 
| align="left" |Sent to Richmond, Virginia and imprisoned at Danville, Virginia. Paroled and exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Virginia, February 21 or 22, 1865. Sent to Newton General Hospital in Baltimore. Furloughed April 4, 1864 and never returned to the regiment. Died at home October 17, 1865.
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| align="left" | Brooks, John, Jr
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | B
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| align="left" | November 19, 1864
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| align="left" |Bulls Gap, Tennessee
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| align="left" |Returned to the regiment March 15, 1865.
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| align="left" | Buchanan, William B.
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | C
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| align="left" |
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| align="left" |Returned to the regiment April 28, 1865.
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| align="left" | Byrd, Lace C.
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | B
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| align="left" | November 19, 1864
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| align="left" |Bulls Gap, Tennessee
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| align="left" |Returned to the regiment March 15, 1864.
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| align="left" | Cable, Richard C.
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | G
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| align="left" | November 13, 1864
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| align="left" |Russellville, Tennessee
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| align="left" | Campbell, Joseph L.
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | B
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| align="left" | November 13, 1864
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| align="left" |Russellville, Tennessee
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| align="left" |Returned to the regiment March 25, 1865.
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| align="left" | Carroll, Alexander
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | D
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| align="left" | November 18, 1864
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| align="left" |Russellville, Tennessee
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| align="left" |Returned to the regiment November 18, 1864.
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| align="left" | Cassida, James
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | M
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| align="left" | September 13, 1864
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| align="left" |
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| align="left" |Returned to the regiment September 28, 1864.
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| align="left" | Cole, David S.
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | E
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| align="left" |
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| align="left" |Died January 10, 1865 while a prisoner.
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| align="left" | Cornutt, Wesley
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| align="left" | Private
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| align="left" | G
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| align="left" | November 13, 1864
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| align="left" |Russellville, Tennessee
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| align="left" |Died March 1, 1865 while a prisoner.
 
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| align="left" | Fletcher, Lawson W.
 
| align="left" | Fletcher, Lawson W.
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| align="left" | Knox County, Kentucky
 
| align="left" | Knox County, Kentucky
 
| align="left" | Died April 21, 1864 at Andersonville Prison due to diarrhea.
 
| align="left" | Died April 21, 1864 at Andersonville Prison due to diarrhea.
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| align="left" | [[Martin Helton|Helton, Martin Luther]]
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| align="left" | Corporal
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| align="left" | K
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| align="left" | December 13, 1864
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| align="left" | Kingsport, Tennessee
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| align="left" | Paroled February 17, 1865 and returned to the regiment.
 
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| align="left" | [[James C. Jackson|Jackson, James C.]]
 
| align="left" | [[James C. Jackson|Jackson, James C.]]

Latest revision as of 22:27, 1 June 2020

Prisoners of War, 13th Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, USA

The following is a list of men who were captured during their service with the regiment. Some of these men were paroled and returned to the regiment, some died while being held prisoner or soon after release, and some never returned to the regiment and were either listed as deserters or pardoned. [Work in progress.] Total: 9

Name Rank Company Date of Capture Place Captured Notes
Angel, George H. Private G November 13, 1864 Russellville, Tennessee
Ashley, Benjamin Private A December 22, 1864 Saltville, Virginia
Bennett, Eli H. Private B November 13, 1864 Russellville, Tennessee Returned to the regiment March 15, 1865.
Bradley, Jesse Blacksmith F November 11 or 12, 1864 Morristown, Tennessee Sent to Richmond, Virginia and imprisoned at Danville, Virginia. Paroled and exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Virginia, February 21 or 22, 1865. Sent to Newton General Hospital in Baltimore. Furloughed April 4, 1864 and never returned to the regiment. Died at home October 17, 1865.
Brooks, John, Jr Private B November 19, 1864 Bulls Gap, Tennessee Returned to the regiment March 15, 1865.
Buchanan, William B. Private C Returned to the regiment April 28, 1865.
Byrd, Lace C. Private B November 19, 1864 Bulls Gap, Tennessee Returned to the regiment March 15, 1864.
Cable, Richard C. Private G November 13, 1864 Russellville, Tennessee
Campbell, Joseph L. Private B November 13, 1864 Russellville, Tennessee Returned to the regiment March 25, 1865.
Carroll, Alexander Private D November 18, 1864 Russellville, Tennessee Returned to the regiment November 18, 1864.
Cassida, James Private M September 13, 1864 Returned to the regiment September 28, 1864.
Cole, David S. Private E Died January 10, 1865 while a prisoner.
Cornutt, Wesley Private G November 13, 1864 Russellville, Tennessee Died March 1, 1865 while a prisoner.
Fletcher, Lawson W. Captain A Recruited the company and elected captain, but was captured before being mustered. Assumed to have been killed, he was replaced by Pleasant Williams. He escaped a rebel prison and returned to the regiment at Nashville, commissioned captain, and resigned due to ill health. Died June 27, 1864 due to disease.
Head, Daniel S. Private D November 25, 1863 Knox County, Kentucky Died April 21, 1864 at Andersonville Prison due to diarrhea.
Helton, Martin Luther Corporal K December 13, 1864 Kingsport, Tennessee Paroled February 17, 1865 and returned to the regiment.
Jackson, James C. Private G November 13, 1864 Bull's Gap, Tennessee Released from prison and paroled February 22, 1865.
Lewis, David John Private A September 22, 1864 Lick Creek, Tennessee Released from prison February 15, 1865. Discharged by order of MG George H. Thomas.
Sells, Andrew Private A November 13, 1864 Bull's Gap, Tennessee