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TARPLEY, F(RANCIS) P, Co I, private, enlisted for 3 years in Carroll Co, TN on 10/14/63 and mustered at Union City, TN on 12/15/63 at age 26 (census).  He was a shoe and boot maker in Carroll Co, TN (census) and furnished his own horse and equipment.  He has no records after his enlistment except that he was a POW.  He was most likely captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 and imprisoned in Andersonville in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  There is no record of discharge or death.  Tarpley married Margaret J(ennie) McMullin in 1860 in Carroll Co, TN.  She applied for and received a pension in 1867.  She is said to have re-married in Yell Co, Arkansas in 1871, according to descendants.  MR #1723

TATE, ELISHA, Co I, private, enlisted for 1 year and mustered in Paducah, KY on 1/10/65 at age 29.  He was 5’7” tall, fair complexion, grey eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN (5/13/38) and a resident Carroll Co, TN in 1850 but a refugee resident of La Salle Co, IL at enlistment.  He furnished his own horse and equipment and received a $66.66 bounty for enlistment.  Tate mustered out at Nashville, TN on 8/7/65 when the regiment disbanded.  He joined the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post #56 at Huntingdon, TN in 1887, while a resident of Carroll Co, TN.  In 1890 he applied for an invalid pension but was denied.    Tate died on 7/3/1901 and is buried in the Palmer’s Shelter Cemetery in Carroll Co, TN with a military marker.  His 2nd wife, Jane/Jincy A Bennett Tate, applied for and received a widow’s pension in 1901.  Tate married first Miriah David in 1858.  He was brother to Jesse M Tate of Co I and John W Tate of Co G.  MR #1724

TATE, JESSE M, Co I, private/corporal, enlisted for 1 year by Lieutenant Murray for 1 year and mustered in Paducah, KY on 1/6/65 at age 28.  He was 5’10” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Hardin Co, TN on 6/25/35.  He was a resident of Carroll Co, TN in 1850 but a refugee resident of Magnolia, IL at enlistment.  He received a $33.33 bounty.  Tate was discharged at Louisville, KY due to disability which suggests he had been in the Jeffersonville, IN military hospital.  A member of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post #56 in Huntingdon, TN in 1887, he reported his residence as Carroll Co, TN.  In 1896 he was an officer of the organization.  The census says he was a blacksmith but his GAR data lists him as a farmer.  Tate applied for and received an invalid pension.  He died in 1904 and was buried in Palestine Cemetery in Carroll Co, TN and has a military marker.  The son of Daniel C Tate, he married Lucretia Rhodes in 1859 and Ellen B Rhodes in 1880.  He was brother to Elisha Tate of Co I and John W Tate of Co G.  MR #1725

TATE, JOHN W(ILLIAM), Co G, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/5/62 at age 20.  He was 5’5” tall, light complexion, blue eyes, black hair, a farmer, born in Henderson Co, TN.  Captured and paroled with the regiment at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/1862, he most likely spent time in parole camp at Camp Chase in Columbus, OH along with Colonel Hawkins and others of the regiment awaiting exchange.  These men were exchanged from June through September, 1863.  He served out his one year enlistment and mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63.  He is buried in New Liberty Cemetery in Carroll Co, TN with a military marker but no dates.  He appears to be the son of Daniel C Tate and brother to Jesse and Elijah.  Relatives believe he was killed by guerrillas during the war.  MR #1726

TAUGUE (TEAGUE), SAMUEL J (C), Co K, private, enlisted for 3 years by Captain Beatty in Henderson Co, TN on 5/10/63 and mustered at Saulsbury, TN on 10/26/63 at age 18.  He was 5’6” tall, light complexion, grey eyes, a farmer (carpenter, census), born in Henderson Co, TN and a resident there in 1850.  His parents were still there in 1860.  Teague spent some of enlistment time on detached recruiting.  He died of typhoid in the Memphis Adams General Hospital on 11/7/63.  His mother, Anna Gibbs Teague, applied for and received a pension on his service.  She moved to Dent Co, MO around 1865.  MR #1727

TAYLOR, ARCHIBALD F, Co C, private, enlisted in Paducah, KY on 11/1/63 by Lieutenant Gregory and mustered at Paducah, KY on 11/21/63 at age 23.  He was 5’7” tall, dark complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Shawneetown, IL.  There is no further information in his muster roll.  Taylor is listed in the 1850 census of Gallatin Co, IL.  MR # 1728

TAYLOR, GREEN D, Companies A & I, corporal/private, enlisted for 3 years in Carroll Co, TN on 9/25/63 by Captain King and mustered at Union City, TN on 12/15/63 at age 25 (born 10/11/39).  He was 5’11” tall, dark complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN and a resident thereof.  He furnished his own horse and equipment and received a $100 bounty for enlistment.  He made corporal on 10/15/63.  Taylor was in the hospital at Nashville, TN when he mustered out on 8/14/65.  In the 1890s he applied for an invalid pension.  Taylor died 4/19/1921 in Joppa, Massac Co, IL.  Mary Elizabeth Taylor (m. 1865), applied for a widow’s pension in May 1921.  Taylor was the son of Jarrott and Emily Smith Taylor and the brother of James T Taylor of Co I and Jarrott Taylor of Co B.  MR #1729

TAYLOR, JAMES H, Co I, died on 1/14/1900 in Barfield, AR.  His widow applied for a pension but was rejected.  Taylor has no records in the muster rolls of the 7th Tennessee.

TAYLOR, JAMES T, Co I, private, enlisted for 3 years in Union City, TN by Captain King on 1/10/64 at age 19/20 (born 12/6/44).  He was 5’5” or 5’6”, dark or fair complexion, black or blue eyes, dark or light hair, a farmer/assistant blacksmith, born in Carroll Co, TN.  He furnished his own horse and equipment and received a $300 bounty for enlistment.  His first skirmish was a month later at Christmasville, TN in February, then he was captured with the regiment on 3/24/64 at Union City, TN.  He was imprisoned in Andersonville in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  His Civil War Questionnaire stated that his POW experience was very bad.  The food he was given for 24 hours was about ½ of what an ordinary man would eat at one meal.  Exchanged in April 1865, he mustered out at Nashville, TN on 8/7/65 when the regiment disbanded.  His questionnaire says he took the train from Nashville, TN to Johnsonville, TN then rode to Buena Vista, TN on a mule, then on to Marlborough, TN in Carroll Co, TN.  He married Louisa Green about a month later.  In 1890 he lived near the Proffit, TN Post Office.  Taylor died on 9/28/1937.  His obituary says that he was the last survivor of the Union Army in Carroll Co, TN.  He is buried in the Hollow Rock Cemetery with a military marker.  Taylor was the son of Jarrott (a Mexican and Civil War soldier) and Emily Smith Taylor.  He was the brother of Green D Taylor of companies A and I.  His 2nd wife was Elizabeth Hodge Taylor.  His widow applied for and received a pension, as Taylor had done previously.  MR #1730

TAYLOR, JAMES F(RANKLIN), Companies B & A, private, enlisted for 3 years in Carroll Co, TN on 8/16/62 and mustered at Humboldt, TN on 8/26/62 at age 20 (born 9/3/44).  Born in Monroe Co, TN, he was a resident of Carroll Co, TN in 1860.  He furnished his own horse and equipment and received a $100 bounty for enlistment.  Alleged to have died on 4/12/64 shortly after the regiment was captured at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 but this was incorrect.  Descendants say Taylor escaped on the way south to Andersonville Prison.  He mustered out at Nashville, TN on 8/7/65 when the regiment disbanded.  In 1888 Taylor joined Post #56 of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) giving Buena Vista, TN as his home town.  He applied for an invalid pension in 1890.  He died on 11/6/1900 and is buried in the Spellings Cemetery in Carroll Co, TN.  His wife, Amanda Cox Taylor (m. 1869), applied for a widow’s pension.  Taylor was the son of Thomas and Catherine Horne Taylor.  MR #1731

TAYLOR, JARROTT (JARRETT), Co B, private, enlisted for 3 years in Carroll Co, TN on 8/5/62 and mustered in Benton Co, TN on 8/17/62 at about 24 years of age.  He had dark hair and was born in 1834 in Carroll Co, TN and was a resident thereof in 1860.  Captured and paroled with the regiment at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/1862, he most likely spent time in parole camp at Camp Chase in Columbus, OH along with Colonel Hawkins and others of the regiment awaiting exchange.  These men were exchanged from June through September, 1863.  Taylor was a witness in a court hearing on 5/25/63 and was “discharged by order Major General Hurlbut because of gun shot wound left hand and right side of chest from ball.  Hand useless.”  He applied for a pension in 1865 and by 1870 was in Massac Co, Illinois.  He joined Post #56 of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in Carroll Co, TN in 1888.  In the 1890 veterans’ census, Taylor mentioned the gun shot wound in his left hand and right side.  He is buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery with a military marker but no dates.  Descendants give his birth as 4/15/1834 and his death as 1/27/1909.  Minerva Catherine Argo Taylor, whom he married in 1855, is in that cemetery also.  Taylor was a 1st cousin to Green D and James T Taylor of the 7th Tennessee.  MR #1732

TAYLOR, LINDLEY M, Co B, private, enlisted for 3 years in Columbus, KY on 6/10/64 and mustered there on 6/14/64 at age 27.  He was 6’6” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Humphries Co, TN.  He was AWOL by 8/14/64 at Columbus, KY.  MR #1733

TEAGUE, JAMES A, Co A, private/corporal, enlisted for 3 years and mustered in Jackson, TN by Captain Smith on 9/8/62 at age 19.  He was 5’10” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Henderson Co, TN about 1843.  He furnished his own horse and equipment and received a $100 bounty for enlistment.  Captured and paroled with the regiment at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/1862, he most likely spent time in parole camp at Camp Chase in Columbus, OH along with Colonel Hawkins and others of the regiment awaiting exchange.  These men were exchanged from June through September, 1863.  Teague was appointed corporal on 10/17/63.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Teague was imprisoned in Andersonville, GA, Florence, SC and Charleston, SC (Goodspeed).  He escaped at Georgetown, SC on 2/15/63 and made it to Union lines.  Transferred to College Green Barracks, Annapolis, MD, he was sent to Camp Chase, OH on 3/11/65 and then to Paducah, KY where he was acting as an orderly in May, 1865.  Teague mustered out at Nashville, TN on 8/7/65 when the regiment disbanded.  He married Neoma L Bird in 1868 and joined Post #81 of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in 1889.  In the 1890 veterans’ census he lived in Lexington, TN.  He died on 9/8/1892 and is buried in Antioch Cemetery near Lexington, TN according to his GAR records.  His widow applied for a pension.  Teague was the son of Isaac Wilburn and Alice Fuller Teague of Henderson Co, TN and a cousin to Jasper and Leander Teague.  MR #1735

TEAGUE, JASPER N, Co A, corporal/sergeant, enlisted for 3 years and mustered on 9/8/62 in Jackson, TN at age 25.  He furnished his own horse and equipment and received a $100 bounty for enlistment.  Probably not captured with the regiment at Trenton, TN, he was one of the 100 or more men of the detachment of the 7th Tennessee who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863.  He left on 6/20/63 but returned to duty at some point and was promoted to sergeant on 2/1/64.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he was imprisoned in Andersonville in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  Paroled through North East Ferry (Wilmington, NC) on 2/28/65 he went to College Green Barracks in Maryland, then Camp Chase, OH.  Teague mustered out at Nashville, TN on 8/7/65 when the regiment disbanded.  He married Mary Ann Burkett and became Sheriff of Henderson Co, TN.  They moved to Lamar Co, TX by 1880.  By the 1890 census he lived near Oak Grove, TX and complained of rheumatism in his right shoulder and hip.  He applied for an invalid pension in 1885.  Teague was made Postmaster of Oak Grove, TX (near DeKalb) in 1898.  He died on 2/5/1922 and is buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Bowie Co, TX.  His wife Mary applied for a widow’s pension.  He appears to have been the son of John Robins and Mary Reed Teague and brother to Leander Teague of Co A.  MR #1736

TEAGUE, LEANDER L or A(RISON), Co A, private/sergeant, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN on 9/8/62 at age 24 (born 9/5/1838).  He furnished his own horse and equipment and received a $100 bounty for enlistment.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he was a POW in Andersonville in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  Released on 3/1/65 (Dyers), Teague mustered out at Nashville, TN on 8/7/65 when the regiment disbanded.  In 1870 he was a saloon keeper in Henderson Co, TN and in 1890 he lived near the Lexington, Post Office.  He applied for an invalid pension in 1886 and died in Henderson Co, TN in 1919.

TEAGUE, SAMUEL J (See Taugue, Samuel J, MR #1727).

TEDDAR (TEDDLAR), JAMES, Co I, private, enlisted for 1 year by Lieutenant Murray and was mustered on 1/6/65 in Paducah, KY at age 19.  He was a refugee resident of Magnolia, IL at the time of enlistment.  Teddlar was 5’6” tall, fair complexion, hazel eyes, light hair, born in either Benton or Carroll Co, TN.  He mustered out at Nashville, TN on 8/7/65 when the regiment disbanded.  He seems to have married Martha J Lewis in Benton Co in 1866 but they are not in the Benton Co 1870 census.  MR #1739

TEDFORD, GEORGE W, Co M, private, enlisted for 3 years in Adamsville, TN on 7/6/63 at age 21.  He was resident of Purdy, McNairy Co, TN and received a $100 bounty for enlistment.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he was imprisoned in Andersonville in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  Tedford was paroled through Savannah, GA on 11/25/64.  Taken to Annapolis, MD, then to Camp Chase, OH, he spent time in the Tripler Hospital with acitus in February 1865.  He listed P G Tedford as his nearest relative.  Tedford was discharged through Camp Denison, OH on 6/8/65.  Tedford applied for and received an invalid pension.  MR #1741

TEDFORD, WILLIAM E, Companies M, A & C, enlisted for 3 years in Adamsville, TN (or Corinth, MS) by Captain Musser on 7/6/63 at age 18.  He was 5’5 ½” or 5’6” tall, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, a farmer, born in McNairy Co, TN.  He received a $100 bounty for enlistment.  Tedford was in the hospital at Columbus, KY in March/April 1864 so he missed being captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64.  He was hospitalized in Jefferson Barracks Hospital in St. Louis in May/June 1864.  Tedford mustered out at Nashville, TN on 8/7/65 when the regiment disbanded.  He applied for an invalid pension  in 1886 while living in Tennessee.  He died on 10/12/1932 in Los Angeles, CA.  His widow, Margaret L R Tedford, applied and received a pension while living in California in 1932.  MR #1742

TERRELL, ALEXANDER (ALFRED) T, Co A, private/corporal, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN on 8/8/62 and mustered on 8/18/62 at age 21/22.  He furnished his own horse and equipment worth $75 and received a $100 bounty for enlistment.  He was a resident of Henderson Co, TN.  Terrell has no record of capture at Trenton, TN so was with the detachment.  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 on 6/20/63 and was captured by the rebels near Mt. Pinson, TN.  Taken to prison in Richmond, VA, he was exchanged at City Point, VA on 7/15/63.  Promoted to corporal on 2/1/64 and presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he was imprisoned in Andersonville in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  Exchanged through Savannah, GA and Charleston, SC in November/December 1864, he was taken to Annapolis, MD.  Terrell mustered out at Nashville, TN on 8/7/65 when the regiment disbanded.  In 1889 he joined Post #81 of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in Lexington, Henderson Co, TN.  Terrell applied for an invalid pension while living in Tennessee and his wife, Amanda J Burkett Terrell, applied for a widow’s pension in 1899 while living in Texas.  MR #1743

THACKER, SIMON G, Co B, private, enlisted for 3 years at Paducah, KY on 10/17/64 and gave his age as 18.  He was 5’8” tall, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, a farmer, born in Weakley Co, TN.  He was present in September/October and was scheduled to be discharged by special order of the President as soon as Thacker returned the enlistment bounties, both from the US and local.  Thacker was not 18 (born 3/17/1847) when he enlisted and should have had parental consent.  He was still present in November/December, but went AWOL on 5/2/65 at Paducah, KY.  He married Mary Elizabeth Wilson in 1872.  He applied for a “wagon brake” patent in 1881 while living in Dukedom, TN.  Thacker died on 8/10/1909 and is buried in the Goodsprings Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery in Dukedom, Weakley Co, TN.  MR #1746

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