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Updated 7/13/2012

HARRIS, ALEXANDER C(OLEMAN), Co D, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/15/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 25 (born 12/2 or 3/1837 in Decatur Co, TN).  When Harris enlisted he lived in Poplar Springs, Henderson Co, TN.  He reported later that during his service he was “ruptured by a vicious and unruly horse.”  Harris served out his one year and was discharged at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63.   He had married Mary Morris (2nd wife of 4), sister to Richard H Morris of Co E, in 1859.  After the war he lived in Tennessee, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Washington State (from pension papers).  He applied for an invalid pension in Missouri.  Harris died in Arkansas and is buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery, Carroll Co, AR.  His nickname in Birdwell’s Civil War Questionnaire was “Cole.”  The son of Thomas B and Elizabeth Moore Harris, he was brother to William H Harris of Co G.   MR #773

HARRIS, HEZEKIAH B(RADLEY), nickname “Brad,” Co D, private, enlisted for 1 year at Trenton, TN and mustered on 9/24/62 at age 18 (born 1/28/1848, so more likely age 14).  He was born in Henderson Co, TN and lived in the Cub Creek vicinity.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Harris served out his one year enlistment and mustered out.  The son of James Meredith and Mary Harris, his first wife was Mary E Maxwell, whom he married 1867.  After the war he lived in Cotton Hill, MO, Conway, AR and Pilot Point, TX.  He married Rebecca Johnson in 1890 and applied for an invalid pension in 1891 while living in Arkansas.  Harris died on 10/1/1895 in Van Buren Co, AR.  In 1896 a minor’s pension application was filed with James W Harris listed as guardian.  MR #774

HARRIS, JAMES W, Co E, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon, TN on 7/24/62 and mustered at Humboldt, TN on 8/11/62.  Captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN on December 20, 1862, he went to parole camp at Camp Chase, Columbus, OH and was there till at least September 1863.  He returned to duty and was stationed at Union City, TN.  A letter from Richard H Morris to his wife mentions that James Harris was well and had received a letter from home.   Both men were captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 and taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia.  Harris died there on 7/20/64.  He is presumed buried in the Andersonville National Cemetery in an unknown grave.  His widow, Achiah Morris Harris, applied for a widow’s pension in 1869.  In 1883 she lived in Farmville, TN and received $8 per month pension.  She was a sister to Richard H Morris of Co E who died in prison in Millen, GA.  MR #775

HARRIS, JAMES W, Co I, sergeant, enlisted for 3 years and mustered at Trenton, TN on 10/9/62.  He was killed by order of 1st Lieutenant Alexander T Hart of Co A at the battle of Parker’s Cross Roads on 12/31/62.  Lieutenant Hart faced court martial charges by 1/14/63.  Hart must have been exonerated since he continued to be an officer until he resigned on 3/1/64.  Nothing further is known of this incident.  MR #776

HARRIS, W B, Companies G and D, private, enlisted at Trenton, TN on 11/9/62, at age 18.  He transferred from G to D and was not taken up on the roll of D.  He served out his one year enlistment and mustered out at Saulsbury, TN in the fall of 1863.  MR #777 

HARRIS, WILLIAM B or H, Co A, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN by Major Smith on 8/9/62 at age 45.  He was 5’5 ½” tall, fair complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, a dentist, born in Anson Co, NC.  Captured in the battle of Lexington, TN on 12/18/62, Harris went to parole camp in Columbus, OH (Camp Chase) where he was discharged on 2/19/63 due to phthisis, pulmonalia, asthma, and chronic pneumonia.  MR #778

HARRIS, WILLIAM H(ENRY), Co G, private, enlisted in Carroll Co, TN on 8/5/62 at age 21.   He was wounded in the foot by accident on 10/18/62.  Harris 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, TN and there is no record of his return to duty in the muster rolls.  The son of Thomas B and Elizabeth Moore Harris, he married Sarah Davis (2nd wife).  Harris died in March 1918 in Wood Co, TX.  The son of Thomas B and Elizabeth L Moore Harris, he was brother to Alexander Coleman Harris of Co G.  MR #779

HARRIS, WILLIAM R, Companies G & D, corporal, enlisted for 1 year at Trenton, TN on 8/5/62 at age 26 (b 1/16/1836).  He was captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/64.  Harris served out his one year enlistment and mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63.  He applied for an invalid pension in 1890 while living in Decatur Co, TN near the Poplar Springs Post Office.  Harris died on 5/9/1907 and is buried in Prospect Cemetery, Decatur Co, TN.  His widow, Amanda Elizabeth Laster Harris, received a pension the same year.  MR #780

HART, ABSOLOM (B), Companies K & C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Henderson Co, TN by Captain Beatty on 5/14/63 and mustered at Lexington, TN on 11/1/63 at age 18.  He was 5’5” tall, fair complexion, grey/blue eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Henderson Co, TN.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia.  Exchanged through Savannah, GA on 11/20/64, he was furloughed for 30 days on 12/22/64.  Hart was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  When he joined the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post #65, he listed his residence as Scott’s Hill, TN.  In the 1890 veterans’ census he lived near the Sardis, TN Post Office and complained of hemorrhoids contracted in Andersonville Prison.  He received an invalid pension while living in Tennessee.  Hart is buried in the Cedar Grave Cemetery in Henderson Co, TN and has a military marker but it has no dates.  His widow, Sary, applied for a pension in 1924 while living in Arkansas. MR #781

HART, ALEXANDER T, Company A, lst Lieutenant, enlisted in Jackson, TN on 8/18/62 at age 36 (born 9/22/1826).  He commanded Co A from 11/10/62 to 9/17/63 after Captain Smith became a major, giving Hart $10 extra pay.  In November of 1862 he made a trip to St. Louis, MO to get side arms for the officers of the regiment.  Apparently he escaped capture at the battles of Lexington and Trenton, TN but participated in the battle at Parker’s Crossroads, TN on 12/31/62.  During that battle he ordered Sergeant James W. Harris of Company I killed.  Lieutenant Hart faced court martial charges by 1/14/63.  He must have been exonerated since he continued to be an officer until he resigned.  Nothing further is known of this incident.  By June of 1863 he was sick at La Grange, TN with typhoid pneumonia.  He was still ill on 11/30/63 according to the regiment doctor, Joseph McCall.  After applying to Major General Hurlbut on 2/12/64 for a 30 day leave of absence due to ill health, Hart resigned due to disability on 3/1/64.  He applied for an invalid pension in 1883 and died on 2/1/1890.  Hart is buried in the Olive Branch Cemetery in Natchez Trace Park.  His widow, Mary E Hart, received a pension.  MR #782

HART, G(EORGE).  Although there are no records in the muster rolls for this man, there is a G Hart listed in Company K, 7th TN Cavalry who died in Millen, GA and is buried in Section A-251 of the Millen Cemetery.  This means he most likely was captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 and taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia, then removed to Millen, GA.  Absolem Hart of Co K had a brother named George who does not appear in the 1870 Henderson Co census.

HARTLEY, HARDIN, Co C, private, enlisted and mustered by Lieutenant Neely at Columbus, KY at age 40.  Hartley was a resident of La Salle Co, IL at the time of his enlistment.  He was 5’8” tall, light complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, a brick mason, born in Hardin Co, KY (10/30/1824).  He was due a $66.66 bounty for enlistment.  He died on 2/18/97 and is buried in Pattonsburg, Daviess Co, Missouri in the Wheeler-Hardwick Cemetery.  MR #783

HATCH, GEORGE D, 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 27.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Hatch failed to report to parole camp after being captured at either Lexington or Trenton, TN in December 1862 and was AWOL by 1/20/63.  He was apparently ill with “malformation of the breast bone, rheumatism and chronic diarrhea.”  Hatch applied for an honorable discharge in July of 1873 and it was back dated to 5/3/63.  He seems to have been dismissed from the Holly Springs Baptist Church in Carroll Co, TN in 1877.  By 1890 he is listed in the Dunklin Co, MO veterans’ census.  He may have been the son of William Hardeway and Sarah Cary Hatch and a 1st cousin to Sidney I Hatch of Co D.  MR #785

HATCH, ROBERT, Co D.  This man has no muster rolls in the 7th Tennessee but is on a list of deserters drawn up in April 1863.

HATCH, SIDNEY I, Co D, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/15/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 20.  He furnished his own horse and equipment which was worth $110.00.  Hatch died at Saulsbury, TN on 9/23/63.  He seems to have been the son of George B and June Wall Hatch of Carroll Co and a 1st cousin to George D Hatch of Co D.  MR #786

HAULMARK (HALMARK), GEORGE W, Co E, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon, TN on 8/18/62 and mustered at Humboldt, TN, at about 18 years of age (census).  He was AWOL after the battles at Lexington and Trenton, TN and remained gone from 12/26/62-5/26/63.  He left again at Saulsbury, TN on 8/21/63.  Haulmark was captured at Ripley, TN and taken to prison in Richmond, VA where he died of camp fever on 12/20/63.  After the war Captain Martin testified that he gave Haulmark permission to go home and the charge of desertion was removed.  He seems to have been the son of George and Margaret Haulmark of Carroll Co, TN.  MR #787

HAULMARK (HALMARK), PHENIAS (PHINEAS), Co E, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon, TN and mustered in at Humboldt, TN on 8/20/62 at age 32 (census).  He was captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/62.  After exchange Halmark was captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 and taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 10/1/64.  His record also says he was exchanged in January/February 1864 but this is most likely a mistake.  He appears to be the son of Pleasant Halmark, a resident of Carroll Co, TN in the 1850 census. MR #788

HAWKINS, ASTON W, Co F, Captain, enlisted in Huntingdon, TN on 9/12/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 37.  He was 5’8” tall, dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, a physician, born in Bath Co, KY about 1829.  He mustered as Captain on 10/20/62 and spent the first months attempting to arm and cloth the troops.  Captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/62, he went to parole camp in Columbus, OH (Camp Chase).  A letter he wrote from that camp is mentioned in “Hawkins’ Tories.”  Hawkins left Camp Chase on business for General Mason and also took a leave of absence to go to Olney, IL on private business in August 1863.  He took a servant with him to war.  He served out his one year enlistment and mustered out on 9/29/63.  Hawkins became a US Tax Assessor by 1870.  A member of the Huntingdon Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post #56 in 1887, he was also the County Court Clerk that year.  Hawkins died on 2/9/1888 and is buried in the Clark Cemetery in Carroll Co, TN.  He was a cousin to Colonel Isaac R Hawkins and served with him in the Mexican War.  He has a bio in Appendix A of “Hawkins’ Tories.”  MR #789

HAWKINS, ISAAC R(OBERTS), field and staff, lieutenant colonel, commissioned as colonel on 9/1/62 but mustered as lieutenant colonel 11/14/62, at age 44/47.  He was born in Maury Co, TN on 5/16/1818 and was a lawyer by profession.  Captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/62, he spent time in parole camp in Columbus, OH until exchanged on 6/1/63.  Captured again at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he spent four months in officers’ prisons in Macon, GA and Charleston, SC.  He was released on 8/3/64 at Charleston, SC.  Hawkins traveled to Columbus, KY where the detachment was stationed, then received a short-lived command at Mayfield, KY in October, 1864.  Transferred to a much larger base in Paducah, KY, he remained there until preparations began for decommissioning the regiment on 8/9/65.  Hawkins was the son of Samuel and Nancy Roberts Hawkins and the husband of Ellen A Ott Hawkins.  His wife and family fled to Green Castle, Indiana during the war due to threats on their lives but returned to Huntingdon, TN after the war.  A longer bio is in Appendix A of “Hawkins’ Tories.”  Isaac Hawkins was father to Captain Samuel W Hawkins of Co I and cousin to Captain Aston W Hawkins of Co F.  MR #790

HAWKINS, SAMUEL W, Companies F, A and I, lieutenant/captain, enlisted for 1 year in Co F in Carroll Co, TN on 8/4/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 18 (born 1/6/44).  He was 5’3 ½” tall, dark complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN.  He furnished two horses and equipment and brought a servant with him to war.  He served first in Co F under his father’s cousin, Aston W Hawkins.  Captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN, Hawkins spent time in Camp Chase, OH.  He served out his one year enlistment and mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63 but re-enlisted for 3 years at age 21 on 1/1/64 in Union City, TN.  He was captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 and taken to officers’ prison in Macon, GA.  He spent time in Columbia, SC, as well, before being paroled through Wilmington, NC on 1/1/64.  He was sent to Camp Chase, OH then returned to duty in Paducah, KY.  There he became Captain of Co I from 6/1/65 until the regiment disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  He married Hester B Gardner in 1867, became a lawyer in his father’s law office and dabbled in politics.  In the 1890 veterans’ census he lived in Huntingdon and complained of a maimed back, the result of a horse that was shot and fell on him.  In 1891 he applied for invalid pension.  Hawkins died 12/29/1906 and is buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery in Huntingdon, TN with a military marker.  His widow applied for a pension in 1907.  She moved with her sons to Los Angeles, CA.  MR #791

HAWKS, WILLIAM H, Co G, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/5/62 at age 32 (b 8/14/1830 in VA).  He was one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863, leaving Grand Junction on 6/19/63.  Hawks married Elisa Hendrix.  In 1865 he lived in the 18th district of Henderson Co, TN and owned 152 acres of land worth $155.  He died on 1/11/84 and is buried in the Hendrix cemetery in Henderson Co, TN.  MR #793

HAYS (HAYES), ASA N(ELSON), “Black Hawk,” Co C, captain, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered there on 9/5/62 at age 46 (b in Roane Co, TN on 8/4/1818).  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Hays escaped capture at the battles of Lexington and Trenton, TN but faced court martial on 1/14/63, probably due to Colonel Ingersoll’s charges that he fled at the battle of Lexington.  Hays was sent on 1/22/63 to get four witnesses for Lieutenant Colonel Campbell who may have been in charge of the investigation.  Apparently the charges were dropped as he was an officer with the detachment at Jackson, TN, then La Grange, Grand Junction and Saulsbury through most of 1863.  A part of that time (July/August) he was in the hospital.  Hays was captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 and taken to officer’s prison in Macon, GA.  The story that he went with his men to Andersonville Prison is incorrect.  He was exchanged and received an early discharge on 3/12/65.  In 1860 Hays was in Henderson Co, TN and in 1870 in Decatur Co, TN.  He died on 3/13/87 and is buried in the Bear Creek Cemetery near Parsons.  He married 1st Abigail Shipman but his widow in 1890 was Martha A Vernon Hays who lived near the Bible Hill, TN Post Office.  Hays had two sons, Isaac M and Samuel Leon, Jr, and six nephews in his company.  There is a picture and bio in Appendix A of “Hawkins’ Tories.”  No MR #

HAYS, HENRY, Co A.  This man applied for an invalid pension and died in January 1909 at Darden, TN.  His wife applied for a pension after his death.  He has no records in the muster rolls of the 7th Tennessee, however.

HAYS (HAYES), ISAAC M(ARTIN) C(OLUMBUS), Companies C & A, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 23/28 (born 4/20/1840).  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  He was not captured with the regiment on Union City, TN on 3/24/64. Hays was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  The son of Captain Asa and Abigail Hays, he married Mary Ellender Stephens.  He applied for an invalid pension in 1888 and died on 4/22/1911 in Decatur Co, TN.  Hays' wife is buried in Bear Creek Cemetery in Decatur Co, TN.  Some of his children are believed to have relocated to northeast Texas.  MR #799

HAYS (HAYES), JACKSON J(OSIAH), Co C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 28.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 4/29/64 of dysentery.  Hays is buried in grave #805 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  His widow, Mary M Renfro Hays, received a pension.  In the 1890 veterans’ census she lived near the Chesterfield, TN Post Office in Henderson Co, TN.  Hays was the son of James and Delilah Hays and brother to John Crockett Hays, James M and Samuel L, Sr, all of Co C.  MR #800

HAYS (HAYES), JAMES E, Companies D & A, private, enlisted for 3 years and mustered at Union City, TN on 3/1/64 at age 31.  Hays was a resident refugee in Milbrook, IL at the time of his enlistment.  He was 5’7” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Weakley Co, TN.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Hays spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia.  He was paroled through Savannah, GA on 11/23/64 and taken to Annapolis, MD where he received two months pay.  By February and March, 1865 Hays was on guard at the corral, perhaps at Paducah, KY.  He was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  Hays (Hayes) applied for an invalid pension.  He died on 4/18/1922 in Paducah, KY.  MR # 801

HAYS (HAYES), JAMES M(ONROE), Co C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 24.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  AWOL by 2/28/63 and in April 1863, he was also one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863.  There is no further information in the muster rolls after he left Grand Junction on 6/13/63.  Stories say he was killed during the war by rebel sympathizers or disease.  He is believed by descendants to be buried in the Hays Cemetery without a marker.  MR #802

HAYS (HAYES), JAMES R, Co B, private, enlisted for 3 years in Paducah, KY at age 23.  He received a bounty of $302 for enlistment.  He was 5’11” tall, light complexion, dark eyes, dark hair, born in Warren Co, TN.  It was his 2nd enlistment.  Apparently Hays was not captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64.  He was at Paducah, KY from September through December, 1864 and was in the hospital for two months during that time.  Hays was discharged through Louisville, KY on 6/15/65 by telegram.  MR #803

HAYS (HAYES), JOHN B(ATEMAN), Co C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered at Jackson on 9/5/62 at age 18 (born 6/16/44).  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Hays spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia.  He was paroled through Jacksonville, FL on 4/28/65 and taken to Camp Chase, OH where he was discharged on 6/16/65.  In 1877 he applied for an invalid pension.  In the 1890 veterans’ census he lived near the Lexington, TN Post Office and said he suffered from scurvy.  Hays died on 7/6/1922 and was buried in the Parsons Cemetery in Decatur Co, TN.  His 2nd wife, Sarah Alice Triplett Hays, applied for a widow’s pension in 1922.  He appears to be the son of Samuel M and Melinda Hays.  MR #804

HAYS (HAYES), JOHN C(ROCKETT), Co C, corporal, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 23.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 7/22/64 of acute diarrhea.  He was buried in grave #3807 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  Hays’ widow, Minerva Renfro Hayes, remarried a Gilbert.  In 1873 there was a minor’s pension application with Asa Hays as guardian.  John C Hays was the nephew of Captain Asa Hays, the son of James and Delilah Hays, the son-in-law of Mark Renfroe of Co. C and the brother of Jackson J, James M and Samuel L Hays, Sr.  MR #805

HAYS (HAYES), JOHN J, Co C.  He has no muster roll records but is listed as AWOL on the April 1863 deserters’ list.

HAYS (HAYES), SAMUEL L(EON), “Black Sam,” Companies C & A, sergeant, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 33/37/38 (born 3/2/1828).  He was 5’10” tall, dark hair, dark complexion, black hair.  He furnished his own horse and equipment and received a $100 bounty for enlistment.  Listed as AWOL from 5/10/63, he may have been absent sick.  He did return to duty.  Hays was one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863, leaving Grand Junction, TN on 6/13/63.  He must have returned again as he is listed as present in July and August 1864.  Hays was not captured at Union City, TN on 3/24/64.  There is no record of discharge but he applied for an invalid pension in 1877 and it was granted.  He died 3/28/1882 in Henderson Co, TN and is buried in the Hays Cemetery in Henderson Co, TN.  His widow, Belinda Permelia Wood Hays, received a pension until about 1900.  MR #806

HAYS (HAYES), SAMUEL L(EON), JR, Co C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 20/25 (born 2/4/42).  He was 5’8” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, auburn hair, a farmer, born in Henderson Co, TN.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Hays seems not to have been captured at either the battle of Lexington or Trenton, TN in December 1862.  In La Grange, TN, where those not captured were stationed, he accidentally shot himself in the right foot on 4/28/63.  It was a “suspicious case.”  Discharged at La Grange, TN on 5/28/63, he died on 3/20/1864.  Hays was buried in the Union Church Cemetery in Henderson Co, TN.  His wife, Sarah Catherine Stephens Hays Woods, applied for a widow’s pension in 1870.  In 1871 a minor’s application listed Asa Hays as guardian.  Samuel Leon Hays, Jr. was the son of Asa Hays and brother to Isaac M Hays.  MR #807

HAYS (HAYES), WILLIAM, Co C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 17.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  He was AWOL 2/28/63 but returned.  Absent again, Hayes 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, TN on 6/13/63 and did not return until 1/12/64.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 11/15/64 of scrobutus (scurvy).  He was buried in grave #12028 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  MR #808 

HAYS (HAYES), WILLIAM H(ENRY) H(ARRISON), Co C, corporal, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 9/5/62 at age 17/22 (born 1/29/44).  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 6/19/63 and it caused him difficulties at a later time even though he returned.  Hays was not captured with the regiment at Union City, TN.  He was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  He married Alsey Jane Hays, daughter of Captain Asa Hays, in 1862 and became a doctor.  In 1889 Hays applied for an invalid pension.  He complained in the 1890 veterans’ census of “catarrh in head and disease of throat.”  He died 1/17/1909 in Darden, TN and is buried in the Hays Cemetery near Darden.  He has a military marker.  His widow, Sallie A Hays, applied for a pension in 1909.  Hays was the son of James and Deliah Hayes.  MR #809

HAYWOOD, HENRY H(ILLIARD),
Co D, corporal, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/4/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 9/24/62 at age 22.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  In the hospital on 12/1/62, Haywood was present in July and August of 1863.  He served out his one year enlistment and mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/26/63.  Haywood, the son of Hillard B and Nancy McCord Haywood of Carroll Co, TN.  Married to  Martha Williams in 1866, they were residents of the 18th District of Carroll Co, TN in 1870 but not 1880.   MR #810

HAYWOOD, J(EFFERSON) GREEN, Co I, private, enlisted for 3 years in Carroll Co, TN on 9/15/63 and mustered at Union City, TN on 12/15/63 at about 18 (census).  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Haywood spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 8/5/64 of diarrhea acute.  He was buried in grave #4805 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  Haywood, the son of Hillard B and Nancy McCord Haywood, was brother to Henry H (Co D) and James R Haywood (Co I) and cousin to William T. Haywood (Co D).  MR #811

HAYWOOD, JAMES R(ILEY), Co I, sergeant, enlisted for 3 years in Buena Vista, TN on 9/15/63 and mustered at Union City, TN on 12/15/63 at about 25 (born 9/10/37).  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Haywood was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on either  9/10/64 or 9/12//64 of scrobutus (scurvy).  He was buried in grave #8529 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  He is listed on the Andersonville Death Roll as G. R.  Haywood.  The son of Hillard B and Nancy McCord Haywood, he was brother to Henry H (Co D) and Jefferson Green Haywood (Co I) and cousin to William T. Haywood (Co D).  He married Elstedie Jones in 1860 and Winnie Brinkley in 1861. The widow Winnie Haywood was a resident of the 14th District of Carroll Co, TN in 1870.  MR #812

HAYWOOD, WILLIAM T(HOMAS), 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 21 (born 3/23/43).  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Haywood 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 and was AWOL through July and August, 1863.  He returned, served out his one year enlistment and mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63.  Haywood re-enlisted in Co K, 2nd TN Mounted Infantry on 10/23/63, mustered on 6/27/64 and mustered out on 8/25/65.  He applied for an invalid pension in 1879.  In the 1890 veterans’ census he lived near Maple Creek, TN.  He died 3/3/1907.  His 2nd wife, Eliza Ann, applied for a widow’s pension in 1907.  MR #813

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