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Alexander Anglin Bowman Cook Courtney Deadman Farmer Hearn Holt Lee Marlin Miller Morris Shannon Smith Wilson

Report of Deaths in Williamson County, Tennessee.

The following list is of fifteen Confederate soldiers buried in Williamson County in 1921:

J. C. Smith, John A. Miller, A. F. Farmer, John W. Lee, 4th Tennessee Cavalry; E. M. Hearn, Tenessee Heavy Artillery; Nick P. Holt, 17th Tennessee Infantry; Col. S. E. Shannon, Newton Anglin, Joe D. Wilson, 24th Tennessee Infantry; John W. Alexander, Joseph H. Bowman, J. B. Marlin, 32d Tennessee Infantry; H. H. Cook, John Wilson, 44th Tennessee Infantry; Lewis Deadman, 5th Kentucky Cavalry; also in 1922, Nathan E. Morris, 20th Tennessee Infantry.

Some of these had not connected themselves with Bivouac or Camp, but they were all good soldiers, loyal to the end.

[W. W. Courtney, Secretary and Adjutant McEwen Bivouc and Starnes Camp U. C. V., Franklin, Tenn.]

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, March, 1922.

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