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HADGINS (HODGIN), ASBERRY N, Co K, private, enlisted for 3 years by Lieutenant Allender at Saulsbury, TN on 8/4/63 at age 44.  He was 5’7” tall, dark complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Randolph Co, NC but a resident of Henderson Co, TN.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on chronic diarrhea on 7/10/64.  He was buried in grave #312 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  The muster roll has the Andersonville information drawn through as though it was discovered he did not die there.  A N Hodgin has a tax record for 200 acres worth $612 in 1865 in Henderson Co.  There is an insolvent notice on his estate in the “West Tennessean” on 7/22/1869 with his stepson Rufus G Barker as administrator.  Barker was also in the 7th Tennessee and in Andersonville at the same time as Hodgin.  MR #725

HAGGARD, JOHN M or W, Companies H & I, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 9/24/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/28/62.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  He was one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863.  He was stationed at La Grange, TN.  There is no further information in his muster roll.  MR #726

HAIL (HALE), CHARLES NATHANIAL, Co E, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon, TN on 1/1/64 at age 21 but was never mustered.  He was 5’11” tall, fair complexion, dark eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN on 4/18/1844.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  A letter from Richard Morris in Union City to his wife in Carroll Co, TN mentions that C N Hale was well at the time.  He died, however, at the post hospital in Cairo, IL (another source says Mound City, IL) on 4/22/64 or 4/25/64 of pneumonia or yellow jaundice after only four months duty.  He was buried in the National Cemetery at Mound City, IL.  His effects were sold for $2.30 and “received at Madison, Wisconsin.”  He was half brother to John W. Herrington of Companies C and A.  MR #727

HAIL (HALE), (J) IVY, Co C, private, enlisted for 3 years at Lexington, TN on 8/8/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 9/5/62.  He was in the battle of Trenton, TN in December 1862 and was one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863.  Hail was captured at Jacks Creek, TN on 6/20/63, most likely by the 10th Tennessee Cavalry CS.  Most of the men captured that day were taken to prison in Richmond, VA and released quickly.  Presumed captured again, this time with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Hail was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 9/11/64.  He might be  J I Hale below.   MR #728

HAIL, JOHN, Co I.  The widow of this soldier applied for a pension in July 1880.  John Hail has no muster rolls in the 7th Tennessee, however.

HAINEYS, WILLIAM, Co C, private.  His name is marked out on the muster rolls.  MR #729

HAIR (HARE), JOHN, Co A, private, enlisted for 3 years at Jackson, TN on 8/18/62 at age twenty-something.  He furnished his own horse. He was “sick absent” or AWOL on 5/10/63 and/or 6/20/63.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia.  Paroled through Wilmington, NC on 3/1/65, he was conveyed to Annapolis, MD where he was given a furlough.  Hare returned to the regiment, then stationed in Paducah, KY, where he died in the hospital on 5/12/65 of smallpox.  His wife, Mary Ann Hare, received a pension while living in Lexington, TN.  It gave her $8 per month.  In 1877 Hare’s estate received $56 for the loss of his horse during the war.  MR #732

HALBROOK, JOHN L, Co G.  This soldier has no muster rolls but his widow applied for a pension in 1889 on his record in Co G, 2nd West Tennessee Cavalry.

HALBROOKS (HOLBROOKS), JOSEPH, Co A, private, enlisted for 3 years at Jackson, TN on 8/18/62 at age 18.  He furnished his own horse which was worth $75.  Holbrooks was a resident of Henderson Co, TN in 1860 and died at his home of congestion and chills on either 11/25/62 or 12/1/62.  He seems to have been the son of John and Hannah Holbrooks of the same county.  MR #736

HALE, J I, Co C, private, may be a double entry for Ivy Hail and/or John Hail.  This man was on the regimental rolls from 10/31/63-2/29/64 and furnished his own horse and equipment from 2/1/64-2/29/64. This is the only information in his one muster roll.   MR #737

HALE, JOHN (W), Companies A & I, private, enlisted for 3 years in Paducah, KY on 9/18/63 and mustered at Union City, TN on 12/15/63 at age 30.  He was 5’9” tall, light complexion, blue eyes, black hair, a farmer, born in Benton Co, TN.  Present from May through December 1864, Hale moved from Co A to Co I on 2/17/65.  He was furloughed for 10 days and had a doctor’s certificate at some point.  Hale was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  His pension papers say he was in the Confederate Army first, was captured and taken to Camp Chase, OH, where he enlisted in the 7th Tennessee.  Hale, the son of Jesse and Malinda Bussell Hale, married Sarah Ann Massey in 1857.  After the war he farmed and sold timber to the railroad.  He moved to Mississippi Co, MO in 1873.  Hale died 5/11/1879 in Bertrand, MO and is buried in an unmarked grave.  His wife filed for a widow’s pension.  Sallie A Hale lived near the Holladay, TN Post Office in the 1890 veterans’ census.  MR #738

HALL, EDWARD G, Co I, enlisted for 1 year by Lieutenant Murray in Paducah, KY on 3/6/65 and mustered in Paducah, KY on 3/13/65 at age 17/18 (born 9/12/47).  At the time of his enlistment Hall was a refugee resident of Granville, IL.  He was 5’6” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN and a resident thereof in 1860.  He was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  Hall married Elizabeth Woods.  In the 1890 veterans’ census he lived near the Holladay Post Office in Benton Co, TN.  In 1892 he joined the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post #56 at Huntingdon, TN.  He received an invalid pension and died on 12/22/1919.  Buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Carroll Co, TN, Hall has a military marker.  His wife, Elizabeth J Hale, filed for a widow’s pension,  in 1920.  MR #739

HALL, J L, Co C, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 42.  He was 5’7 ½” tall, dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Anson Co, NC.  He was captured and paroled at Trenton, TN in December 1862.  Hall is presumed captured again with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 and taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 9/11/64 of scrobutus (scurvy).  He was buried in grave #8486 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  MR #740

HALL, JAMES NEWTON, Companies A & K, private, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN by Lieutenant Hart, at age 22.  He was 5’9” tall, dark complexion, hazel eyes, black hair, a farmer, born in Henderson Co, TN.  He “carelessly lost one carbine” in May 1863 and was transferred to Co K on 7/31/1863 at Saulsbury, TN.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64.  He spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 11/24/64 of scrobutus (scurvy) and was buried in grave #14890 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  His widow Tabitha Hall applied for a pension in 1880.  His mother, Malinda, applied for a dependent parent pension, as well.  MR #741

HALL, JAMES R(ILEY), Companies D, I & A, 3rd sergeant, enlisted for 1 year in Co D in Carroll Co, TN on 8/4/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 19 (born 7/13/43).  Captured and paroled at Trenton, TN on 12/20/62, Hall spent time in parole camp at Camp Chase, OH.  When his relative, Pumphrey W Gooch, died at Camp Chase, Hall accompanied the body back to Carroll Co, TN and was prevented from returning by sickness.  He mustered out of his one year enlistment at Saulsbury, TN on 10/26/63.  Hall then became a refugee resident of Magnolia, IL.  He re-enlisted and mustered for 1 year as a private in Co I in Paducah, KY on 1/6/65.  He was 5’8” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN.  He was serving as an orderly at the post hospital on 3/2/65.  Hall was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  He joined the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in 1890 and gave his address as Middleburg, TN.  In 1880 he applied for an invalid pension and died on 7/7/1920 at Jackson, TN.  His wife, Mattie R Hall, received a pension, also.  MR #742

HALL, WILLIAM R(ILEY), Co D, private, enlisted for one year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/4/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 21 (born 1/15/41).  He was in the battle of Trenton, TN on December 20, 1863 but apparently did not report to parole camp .  He was considered AWOL by 1/20/63. (This was ventually removed.)  Hall was discharged on 8/26/63 at the end of his one year enlistment. The son of William Grey and Elizabeth Autry Hall, he married Harriet Brinkley in 1861.  By the 1890 veterans’ census they lived near the Pilot Point, TX Post Office.  Hall applied for an invalid pension while living in Texas but later moved near Shawnee, OK, where he died on 8/19/1905.  His wife applied for widow’s pension while living in Oklahoma Territory in 1905.  MR #744

HALLENACK, JOHN R or K, Co E, private, enlisted for 1 year by Lieutenant Morgan and mustered at Paducah, KY on 2/29/65 at age 18.  He was 5’9” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, born in McNairy Co, MS (should be TN), a farmer.  He deserted on 6/2/65.  Also in this file is a notation that he died in Andersonville Prison on 10/1/64 but this does not fit with his enlistment and desertion information.  MR #745

HALLMARK, GEORGE W, Co E.  This soldier has no muster rolls but his widow applied for a pension in 1874 on his record and it was granted.  This indicates he served and was honorably discharged.

HALLMARK (HALMARK), JOHN (H or R), Co C, private, enlisted in Paducah, KY on 1/1/65.  No further information is in the files.  At the time of enlistment he was  a resident refugee in La Salle Co, IL and may be the same man as John Hallenack.  MR #746

HOLLOWELL, STEPHEN, Co D, 2nd sergeant, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/4/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 32 (born NC).  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Hollowell mustered out at the end of his one year enlistment at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63.  He and his wife Nancy were members of Shiloh Baptist Church from 1865-1869.  In the 1880 agricultural census of Henderson Co, TN he owned 102 acres worth $1000.  In the 1890 veterans’ census he lived in Henderson Co, TN, near the Sherman’s Mill Post Office and suffered from dyspepsia.  Hollowell, seems to be the son of Reddin and Jane Moore Hollowell.  MR #747

HALMARK, JOHN, Co C.  This is another entry for John Hallmark, above, and contains no information.  MR #748

HAMILTON, SAMUEL (H), Co I, private, enlisted by Lieutenant W W Murray at Paducah, KY and mustered on 4/11/65 at age 20.  At the time of his enlistment Hamilton was a refugee resident of Trivoli, IL.  He was 5’5” tall, dark complexion, grey eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in either Carroll Co, TN or Marshall Co, KY (both given).  His muster role says that he deserted on 7/9/65 and stole a revolver.  This was denied, then canceled at a later date.  He had been admitted to the post hospital on 7/7/65 with a leg ulcer.  Hamilton applied for an invalid pension in the 1890s.   He may have been the son of John and Adaline Hamilton of the Carroll Co, TN 1850 census and brother to William J M Hamilton, also of Co I.  MR #749

HAMILTON, WILLIAM J M, Co I, private, enlisted by Lieutenant W W Murray at Paducah, KY and mustered on 4/11/65 at age 22. At the time of his enlistment Hamilton was a refugee resident of Trivoli, IL.  He was 5’5” tall, fair complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, a farmer born in Henry Co, TN or Marshall Co, KY (both given).  He deserted on 7/26/65, stealing a horse and equipment worth $175.00.  He may have been the son of John and Adaline Hamilton of the Carroll Co, TN 1850 census and brother to Samuel Hamilton.  He seems to have married Eliza A Wolfe and settled in Marshall Co, KY.  MR #750

HAMMETT, JOHN WESLEY, Companies C & E, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon, TN in Co E by Captain Parsons and mustered at Humboldt on 9/4/62 at age 26.  He was 5’8” tall, dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN and a resident thereof.  Hammett was absent from 3/17/63-5/26/63.  The R H Morris letter of 3/5/63 mentions that he was AWOL with Stan Dodd.  He returned in May only to become one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863.  Hammett left Grand Junction on 6/30/63, was captured in West Tennessee on 7/4/63.  Apparently taken to Richmond, VA to prison he was paroled on 12/27/63 and spent time in College Green Barracks in Annapolis, MD then Camp Chase, OH by March and April of 1864.  He was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  Hammett was married to Martha Jane Brewer, sister to John Franklin Brewer, Companies D and I.  He was a member of the Holly Springs Baptist Church and was lettered in 1878.  He applied for an invalid pension.  Hammett died in 1889 and is buried in the New Friendship Cemetery in Green Co, Arkansas with a military marker.  His widow received a pension while still living in Arkansas.  MR #751 & 752

HAMPTON, ANDREW B(ONAPARTE), nickname “Bony,” Co D, 1st sergeant, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/4/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 27 (born 7/20/1834).  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Hampton was captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/62.  He completed his one year enlistment in the 7th Tennessee and mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63.  Enlisting again, this time in Co K, 2nd TN Mounted Infantry, Hampton mustered in at Waverly Landing, TN on 3/29/64, and at Nashville, TN on 6/27/64, eventually becoming captain of Co K.   He mustered out at Nashville, June 27, 1865.  By 1887 he was in Green Co, Arkansas.  Hampton applied for an invalid pension in 1890 from Arkansas.  A family story says he was killed by someone who followed him to Texas.  He died 2/1/1912 and is buried in the Estes Cemetery, Cook Co, TX.  Rebecca Umstead Hampton (m. 1855) received a widow’s pension in Texas.  His father was Elvis S Hampton, Co D.  MR #754

HAMPTON, CHARLES B, Co C, corporal/private, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 26.  He was one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863.  He left Grand Junction on 6/19/63 and was captured at Mt. Pinson, TN on 6/20/63.  Hampton arrived at Richmond, VA on 7/10/63 but was paroled very quickly on 7/14/63 through City Point, VA.  He was at College Green Barracks by 7/16/63, Camp Parole by 7/18/63, Camp Chase by 7/23/63 and back with the regiment about 10/31/63.  Presumed captured again, this time with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Hampton was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia.  Paroled through Vicksburg, MS on 4/29/65, he was sent to the hospital at Benton Barracks, MO, where he died of diarrhea chronic and scrobutus (scurvy) on 5/9/65.  Hampton is buried in the Jefferson Barracks Cemetery in St. Louis, MO, grave #45-215, and has a military marker.  His wife, Rutha J Hampton, applied for widow’s pension in 1886.  MR #755

HAMPTON, ELVIS S, Co D, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/4/62 at age 44 (census dates look more like 50).  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  He was AWOL 5/24/63, and was sick September/ and October 1863.  Hampton served out his one year enlistment and was mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63.  He is thought to have died in Carroll Co, TN about 1870.  The son of Noland and Winifred Cozart Hampton, Hampton was originally from Orange Co, NC but was a resident of Carroll Co, TN in 1860.  He married his second wife, Elizabeth Brinkley, in 1852.    Hampton and his first wife, Martha, were parents of Andrew Bonaparte Hampton of Co D.  MR #756

HAMPTON, (WILLIAM) HIRAM H, Companies C & A, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN and mustered on 9/16/62 at age 26 (born 7/1/34).  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Absent without leave 2/10/63-5/6/65, he returned in time to be discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  References to this soldier and to those of William H Hampton of Co D are difficult to untangle.   MR #757

HAMPTON, IRVIN (R), Co G, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN, where he resided.  Age 18 at enlistment (born 11/6/1845 in Gibson Co, TN), he was 5’11 ½” tall, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, a farmer.  A participant in the battle of Lexington, TN Hampton was captured and paroled two days later in the battle of Trenton, TN in late December 1862.  He spent time in parole camp at Camp Chase, OH, where he became ill with remittent fever.  Discharged on 9/1/63 at Camp Chase, he was taken to Columbus, KY.  From there he and others walked to Saulsbury, TN where they mustered out.  He said the trip was “exciting and wearisome,” and that they suffered from "both hunger and exposure.”  At Memphis, he received his back pay.  Back at home he farmed in the daytime and lay out at night to keep from getting “killed by Guerrillers.”  In the early 1900s Hampton filled out a Civil War Questionnaire which is the source of the previous quotations and gives more details of his life.  Hampton married Francis E Woods and became a farmer in Carroll Co, TN.  He applied for an invalid pension in June 1890.  Dying on 9/28/31, he is buried in the Hampton Graveyard in Carroll Co, TN.  His parents were Catherine Parsons and Thomas Hampton.  The father was also a member of Co G.  MR #758

HAMPTON, JAMES E(LVIS), Co D, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/4/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 34.  He was captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN in late December 1862. Hampton failed to report to parole camp and was AWOL from 1/20/63.  His wife (m 1856) was formerly Beady Umstead.  Hampton was still alive in the 1910 census, living in the 14th district of Carroll Co, TN.  The son of Noah and Hugh Dawsey Rust Hampton, he was a brother to William H Hampton of Co D, and enlisted on the same day.  MR #759

HAMPTON, THOMAS, Co G, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN where he resided in 1860.  He was 39 years old and a farmer.  Captured at Pontotoc, MS on 6/19/63 on scouting duty under the orders of Captain Parsons, a relative of his wife, Hampton died in prison in Richmond, VA on 11/22/63 of diarrhea and typhoid.  He is said to be buried in the National Cemetery at Richmond, VA in grave #1,292 but so far it has not been located.  Hampton’s wife, Catherine Parsons Hampton, applied for a widow’s pension in 1869.  She lived near Huntingdon, TN at the time of application.  Hampton was the father of Irvin R Hampton, also of Co. G, and brother to Elvis S Hampton of Co. D.  MR #760

HAMPTON, WILLIAM H, Co D, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/4/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 18.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Hampton was one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863.  He left Grand Junction on 6/19/63 and was captured at Mt. Pinson, TN on 6/19/63.  He arrived at Richmond, VA on 7/10/63 but was paroled very quickly on 7/14/63 through City Point, VA and arrived at Camp Parole on 7/16/63.  He mustered at the end of his one year enlistment on 10/25/63 at Saulsbury, TN.  Hampton applied for an invalid pension in 1887.  In the 1890 veterans' census he was a resident in Dunklin Co, MO. He died on 2/10/1916 in Malden, MO.  His wife applied for a widow's pension.  MR #761

HANEY, ABSALOM C, Co K, private, enlisted for 3 years in Henderson Co, TN on 4/24/63 at age 25.  He was 5’8” tall, dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Henderson Co, TN.  Haney was one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863.  He left Grand Junction on 6/13/63.  They is no further information in his muster roll.  He was the son of Hardy and Elizabeth Caudill Haney of Henderson Co, TN.  MR #764

HARDY, MILTON W, Co G, 1st Lieutenant/Major, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/5/62 at age 25.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  His tombstone in the Wilson Cemetery in Henderson Co, TN says, “He was adjutant one year, promoted and commissioned to raise a battalion.”  Before it was completely raised Hardy was killed in an action in Henry Co, TN on 3/21/64.  Some of his recruits became part of the 7th Tennessee but most ended up in Companies G and K of the 2nd TN Mounted Infantry.  Hardy was the son of Jesse and Hannah Gist Hardy of Carroll Co, TN.  See his biography in the Appendix A of “Hawkins’ Tories.”  MR #768

HARDISON, THOMAS M, Co C. This soldier enlisted first in the 13th/14th TN Cavalry but was temporarily attached to the 7th Tennessee at Columbus, KY in 1864.  He became part of Co E of the 6th TN Cavalry.  Hardison has no muster rolls with the 7th Tennessee.  The 6th Tennessee records list him as 19 years old at enlistment.  He applied for an invalid pension and his wife applied for a widow's pension.

HARE, FRANCIS M, Companies K & C, corporal/private, enlisted for 3 years in Henderson Co, TN on 4/30/63 by Captain Beatty at age 17/20.  He was 5’8” tall, light complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Henderson Co, TN.  Listed as AWOL at Saulsbury, TN on 8/21/63, his record was later revised.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he escaped, but still may have ended up in Andersonville Prison in Georgia.  Exchanged, he was taken to Annapolis, MD as were other soldiers captured at Union City.  He was still in Henderson Co, TN in 1870 but applied for an invalid pension in 1894 while living in Colorado.  He died 5/6/1931 in Blanco, CO and is buried in the Alamosa Cemetery in Alamosa, CO.  The son of Spencer and Anna Hare, he married Annabel Reed.  MR #769

HARNY (HAINY), WILLIAM H, Co C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN on 1/10/63.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died in quarters or either 7/29/64 or 8/2/64 of intermittent fever.  He was buried in grave #4535 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  MR #782

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