Green's Light Artillery Battery

Cumberland Light Artillery was organized during the fall of 1861. Many of its members were recruited in Cumberland County. It became part of the garrison at Fort Donelson and was captured in February, 1862. After being exchanged it was assigned to the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. Later the company was reorganized, ordered to Alabama, and served in the defense of Mobile. It was included in the surrender on May 4, 1865. Its captains were Henry F. Green and W.H. Hedden.

Roster
(Surnames)

First Name Last Name Rank_In Rank_Out
Weston T. Anderson Private
F. Beard Private Private
Moses Beard Private Private
Stephen Beard Private Private
Leroy Bradford Private Private
David Banks Bronaugh
J.M. Brown Private Private
John W. Brown Private Private
George W. Bryant Private Private
J.H. Bryant Quartermaster Sergeant Quartermaster Sergeant
T.H. Bryant Ordnance Sergeant Ordnance Sergeant
J.F. Burkety Private Private
G.L. Burkley Private Private
George F. Burkley Private Private
Felix G. Burks Private Private
Chest. Campbell Private Private
W.C. Campbell Private Private
Jacob Caton Private Private
W.F. Cheatham - -
John Coombs - -
J. P. Cowper Corporal Corporal
James Cowper Corporal Corporal
James P. Cowper Corporal Corporal
Daniel E. Doom
David E. Doom Corporal Corporal
J. P. Drennan Private Private
M. G. Drenner Private Private
W.W. Epps Private Private
A.D. Fisher Sergeant Sergeant
George H. Fletcher Corporal Corporal
Louis Frier Private Private
E. Fulerton Private Private
E. Fullerton Private Private
James Graham Private Private
W. L. Graham Private Private
W.S. Graham Private Private
William D. Graham Private Private
Edward H. Green Private Private
J. H. Grigsby Corporal First Sergeant
James H. Grisby Corporal First Sergeant
A. A. Hampton Private Private
Harry Hedden Captain
Henry Hedden Adjutant Captain
William H. Hedden Lieutenant/Adjutant Captain
A.R. Hendricks Private Private
A.R. Hendricks Private Private
A. Hendrix Private Private
E.J. Holt Private Private
Jefferson Holt Private Private
John B. Hostetter Brevet Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
J. M. Hunter Sergeant Sergeant
J. M. Hurley Sergeant Sergeant
J. W. Hurley Sergeant Sergeant
J. W. Hurley Sergeant Sergeant
James M. Hurley Sergeant Sergeant
Jacob Kaher Private Private
Jacob Kehrer Private Private
Thomas J. Ladd Private Private
George E. McCord Ordnance Sergeant Ordnance Sergeant
James McCracklin Private Private
James McCrocklin Private Private
Jerome McCroclin Private Private
L.D. Moore Private Private
J. F. Neal Private Private
J. L. Neal Private Private
James L. Neal Captain Captain
J. L. Neil Private Private
James Neil Private Private
J. M. Nelson Private Private
J. W. Nelson Private Private
John M. Nelson Private Private
J. E. Parmley Sergeant Sergeant
J. E. Parnell Sergeant Sergeant
Robert H. Price Corporal Corporal
James E. Purmley Sergeant Sergeant
H. S. Quisenbury First Lieutenant First Lieutenant
Lycaegus V. Radford Private Private
William Roberts Private Private
D.W. Robinson Private Private
W.W. Robinson Private Private
Thomas H. Rodgers Private Private
F.H. Rogers Private Private
Thomas H. Rogers Private Private
W.C. Steel Private Private
W.T. Steel Private Private
William T. Steele Private Private
J.S. Stevens Private Private
Henry Clay Stinson Brevet Second Lieutenant Brevet Second Lieutenant
J. Tanyes Private Private
J.H. Tennis Private Private
Lewis Trier Private Private
Louis Trier Private Private
L. Tryer Private Private
George H. Turnbaugh Private Private
S.J. Tyner Quartermaster Sergeant Quartermaster Sergeant
Samuel J. Tyner Quartermaster Sergeant Quartermaster Sergeant
T.J. Tyner Corporal Corporal
Thomas J. Tyner Corporal Corporal
E. Weatherford Private Private
Jacob L. Webb Private Private
W.K. Wellbern Private Private
W.S. Wheatley Junior First Lieutenant Junior First Lieutenant

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