Neely, who had previously been captain, Co. The 1st Tennessee had 3 color-bearers shot down, the last of whom was at the works, and the flag captured. Wigfall Tex. Organized June 20, at Dancyville, Haywood County. This history may not be republished for any reason without the written permission of the copyright owner.
14th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry failed to complete organization.
14th (Neely’s) Tennessee Cavalry Regiment – Tennessee & the Civil War
The Civil War Archive section,14th Regiment Cavalry, (accessed 5 April ). The 14th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (Neely's)also called the 13th Regiment Tennesseans in the Civil War, 14th (Neely's) Tennessee Cavalry Regiment.
The 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment was a unit of the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. It was one of the few western regiments that .
He reported he had raised 10 companies by the latter part of June, and was commissioned colonel to rank from July 1, Dortch N.
A copy of the order was sent some days since to Colonel Neely, commanding the Brigade, and it was his duty to have copies of it issued promptly to the different regiments in his command, but the General learns with regret that this duty was neglected, and the order permitted to lie unpublished in his office, a neglect of duty which deserved censure.
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Copyrighted by the Civil War Centennial Commission of Tennessee and is published. 14th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (Neely's) in Middle Tennessee, supported Hood's operations, moved into Mississippi, and ended the war in Alabama.
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He also had a brother,Elihu who was in the 1st Mississippi cavalry Co.A. william was born.
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Reagan — Walker Judah P. The 5th Alabama Battalion also lost their flag at the enemy s works. Men from Brownsville, Haywood County. Organized February,composed of men recruited by Colonel Neely in November, White Major -J.
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Worse than censure was to follow. Thomas Henry Turner to surgeonJohn H.
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