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Revised 6/30/2012

WINBERRY, JAMES, Co M, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 7/6/63.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Winberry was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 11/20/64 of scrobutus.  He was buried in grave #12107 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  This soldier might be the James Winberry in the 1860 census of Benton Co, TN or his son, James, Jr.  MR #1921

WINBERY (WINBERRY), GEORGE W, Co E, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon, TN on 6/28/62 and mustered at Jackson, TN on 7/15/62.  He furnished his own horse and equipment. He deserted at Trenton, TN on 11/25/62 but returned.  Winberry 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 there is no record of return.  In February 1891 a G W Winberry applied for an invalid pension while living in Missouri.  It was denied, as was the pension of a minor child, Judie W Harmon, who applied for a pension in 1925.  Strangely, one pension application says George W Winbery was killed in action on 9/26/1862.  No solution is known.  This soldier might be the George Winberry, age 23, in the 1860 census of Benton Co, TN.   MR #1922

WINN, ALVAN E “JAKE,” Co I, private, enlisted for 1 year in Paducah, KY on 1/6/65 and mustered the same day at age 18.  Winn was a refugee resident of Magnolia, IL at the time of his enlistment.  He was 5’8” tall, fair complexion, brown eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN and a resident thereof in 1860.  He furnished his own horse and equipment worth $66.  He was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  Winn married M Emma Jernigan in 1876 in Green Co, Arkansas.  He applied for an invalid pension under the name Alva E Winn.  Descendents feel he is buried in the family Cemetery in Arkansas.  The son of Samuel and Catherine Jane Carlton Winn, he was the nephew of Robert A Winn of Co B.  MR #1924

WINN, ROBERT A(LLEN), Co B, private, enlisted for 3 years in Carroll Co, TN on 8/15/62 and mustered in Benton Co, TN on 8/17/62 at age 35.  Winn was 6’ tall, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  He was AWOL in April of 1863 but returned in time to be captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 and taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 11/12/64 of scrobutus.  Winn is most likely buried in the Andersonville National Cemetery in one of the unknown graves.  His widow, Martha Elizabeth Easter Winn, applied for a pension in 1867.  She moved to Clay Co, AR.  The son of John and Sarah Gardiner Winn, Sarah applied for, but did not receive, a dependent parent pension in 1891.  Winn was uncle to Alva E Winn of Co I.  MR #1925

WISE, GEORGE W, Companies A & K, private/quartermaster sergeant, enlisted for 3 years in Trenton, TN on 11/8/62 at age 24.  He was 5’11” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, auburn hair, a farmer, born in Henderson Co, TN (12/20/37).  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Wise deserted on 2/20/63 but returned by 7/31/63 or 8/1/63 at Saulsbury, TN when he became part of Co A.  There is no evidence in the muster rolls that he was captured with the regiment at Union City TN on 3/24/64.   The men not captured were stationed mostly in Columbus, KY in the spring and summer of 1864 and in Paducah, KY in the fall.  He deserted again at Paducah, KY on 6/1/64.  Arrested on 8/3/64 in Caledonia, IL (due, perhaps, to the $30 reward on his head), Wise was received at Cairo, IL on 9/1/64.  He was listed as present in September and October of 1864.  Wise was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  In 1886, Wise applied for an invalid pension while living in California.  He died, according to the tombstone in Sardis Cemetery, Henderson Co, TN, on 12/30/08 and has a military marker.  His widow, Margaret A Wise, applied for pension in 1909 while living in California.  MR #1926

WISE, GEORGE M, Co A.  This man has no muster rolls but is listed as AWOL on the April 1863 deserters’ list.

WISE, JAMES F, Co K, corporal, enlisted in Henderson Co, TN by Captain Beatty on 5/1/63 at age 35.  He was 5’10” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, a farmer, born in Henderson Co, TN.  Wise died of smallpox on 12/11/63 in the hospital at Union City, TN.  His widow applied for and received a pension in 1865.  His mother, Elizabeth Wise, applied for a dependent pension in 1869 but it was denied.  Wise appears to have been the son of Isaac and Elizabeth Wise of Henderson Co, TN and brother to George W and John Wise, both of Co A.  MR #1927

WISE, JOHN, Co A, private, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN on 8/18/62 at age 26.  His residence was Henderson Co, TN.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Wise was one of the 100 or more men who went AWOL from the forts on the Mississippi/Tennessee line in June 1863.  He returned in time to be captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64 and taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia.  On 2/28/1865 Wise accepted the offer of Confederate Colonel Edward Asbury O’Neal to join the Confederate Army.  He must have escaped and returned to Union lines as he was in the hospital at Jeffersonville, IN by June, 1865, suffering with chronic rheumatism.  He was discharged through Louisville, KY on 6/26/65.  Wise applied for an invalid pension while living in California.  Back in Tennessee by October 1889, he joined the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post #81 in Lexington, TN.  Wise seems to be in the Anderson Cemetery on west side of Hooper Road near highway 412.  He was born 11/12/1835 and died 3/2/1925.  His wife, Christania (Christine) applied for a Union widow’s pension in 1925, while living in Tennessee.  She is also in the Anderson Cemetery.  Wise appears to have been the son of Isaac and Elizabeth Wise of Henderson Co and brother to George W and James Wise, both of Companies A & K.  MR #1928

WOFFORD (WALFORD), WILLIAM F, Co A, pvt, enlisted for 3 years in La Grange, TN on 11/6/63 at age twenty something.  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 7/26/64 of diarrhea chronic.  He is buried in grave #4033 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  MR #1929

WOOD, BENJAMIN, Co A.  A minor applied for a pension on this man's service but it was denied.  Wood has no records in the 7th Tennessee muster rolls.

WOOD, HUSTON GEORGE, Co C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 9/1/62 at age 17 (b. 11/11/1845).  He furnished his own horse and equipment. Wood 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 AWOL to 2/1/64.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  Exchanged on 4/28/65 at Jacksonville, FL, he was taken to College Green Barracks, MD then to Camp Chase, OH.  He mustered out at Camp Chase on 6/23/65.  In the 1890 veterans’ census Wood lived near the Chesterfield Post Office in Henderson Co, TN.  He complained of pyles and scurvy and having spent time in Andersonville Prison.  Wood applied for an invalid pension in 1882.  He died in Parsons, TN on 5/29/1925 and was buried in the Prospect Cemetery in Decatur Co, TN.  Wood’s widow, Maneria Fredonia Wood, applied for a pension in June of 1925.  MR #1931

WOOD, ISAAC M, Co. C.  This man applied for an invalid pension in 1891 but it was denied.  Wood has no records in the 7th Tennessee muster rolls.

WOOD, JESSE L, Co A, bugler/private, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN at age 28.  He furnished his own horse and equipment worth $75.  He was captured and paroled with the regiment at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/1862 and had orders to report to Benton Barracks, MO then to Camp Chase in Columbus, OH to await exchange.  He deserted on 2/8/64.  There is nothing further in his muster rolls.  In the 1890 veterans’ census he lived in Henderson Co, TN near the Darden Post Office and complained of rheumatism.  His application for an invalid pension was denied.  Wood died on 10/11/1903 and is buried in the Mt. Ararat Cemetery in Henderson Co, TN.  He appears to be the son of William and Elizabeth Essary Wood.  MR #1931a

WOOD, JESSE L, Companies A & I, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon, TN on 12/27/63 and mustered at Paducah, KY on 12/27/63 at age 26.  He was 5’10” tall, dark complexion, black eyes, dark hair, a farmer.  In 1860 Wood and his first wife lived in Dyer Co, TN.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Wood was present with the detachment in September and October 1864 which casts doubt on his having been captured at Union City, TN on 3/24/64.   At some point he was wounded in his leg and “erysipelas settled at knee joint.”  Wood was in the hospital at Jeffersonville, IN and was discharged on disability on 7/1/65.  He applied for and received an invalid pension in 1868 at 1/3 disability.  Wood became a Methodist minister and lived in Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, and the Indian Territory.  He was married four times.  Dying in 1896 at Ardmore in Indian Territory, Wood is buried in the Rose Hill Cemetery.  His 4th wife, Mollie, applied for a widow’s pension while living in Oregon.  MR #1932

WOOD, JOHN, Co C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 5/15/63 and mustered at La Grange, TN on 6/18/63.  Another roll, however, says enlisted and mustered at La Grange on 4/7/63 by Captain Hayes.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Wood 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 6/19/63 and was captured the same day at Mt. Pinson, TN.  Taken to prison in Richmond, VA, he was paroled on 7/14/63 and taken to Camp Parole MD on 7/15/63, then on to Camp Chase, OH on 7/17/63.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Wood was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 8/29/64 of diarrhea ana.  He was buried in grave #7231 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  Some have suggested he might have been the son of Jasper and Jane Essary Wood who came from Mississippi to the Brown’s Creek area and brother to William Wood, also of Co C.   MR #1933

WOOD, THOMAS H, Co B, private, enlisted for 3 years in South Carroll, TN on 10/1/63 at age 20.  He died at Union City, TN of frost bite on 1/26/64.  There is no further information in his muster rolls.  MR #1934

WOOD, WILLIAM, Co C, private.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Wood was present from 10/31/63 to 2/29/64.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  Wood was paroled from the prison at Florence, SC on 12/12/1864.  There is no further information in his muster rolls.  Some have suggested he might have been the son of Jasper and Jane Essary Wood who came from Mississippi to the Brown’s Creek area and brother to John Wood, also of Co C.  MR #1935

WOOD, WILLIAM  H, Co A, private, enlisted for 3 years in Jackson, TN on 8/28/62 at age 21.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  He was AWOL by April 1863.  No discharge is recorded.  In the 1890 veterans’ census Wood said that he served from 8/5/62 through 7/1/64.  This would not be his full 3 year commitment.  There seems to be a recent military marker on his grave in Central Grove Cemetery, Lexington, TN.  MR #1936

WOODARD, PETER H, Co F, corporal, enlisted for 1 year in Huntingdon, TN on 8/19/62 and mustered on 8/24/62 at age 25 (b. 3/21/36).  He was 5’7” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN or NC (census).  In the 1860 census he is listed as a school teacher.  He was captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN on 12/20/62 and can be assumed to have spent time in parole camp at Columbus, OH (Camp Chase).  He mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63.  He married Trania A Lee in 1877.  In 1890 Woodard applied for an invalid pension while living in Tennessee.  He died in 1920 and is buried in the Woodard Cemetery in Carroll Co, TN.  His wife, Trinia Woodard, applied for a widow’s pension in August 1920.  Woodard appears to be the son of James (Methodist minister) and Emily Woodard of North Carolina.  MR #1937

WOODS, JAMES F M(ARTIN), Companies A, B, C & I, private/corporal, enlisted for 3 years in Lexington, TN on 8/28/62 at age 18 (b. 10/11/1847).  He was 5’8” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair.   He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Woods transferred to Co B on 10/25/62.  There is no evidence in the muster rolls that he was captured with the regiment at Union City TN on 3/24/64.   The men not captured were stationed mostly in Columbus, KY in the spring and summer of 1864 and in Paducah, KY in the fall.  Woods transferred to Co I on 2/17/65 and was appointed corporal on 2/19/65.  He was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  Woods married Tursey B Hubbard.  In 1890 he lived in Dyer Co, TN near the Newburn Post Office.  He complained to the census taker of a “rupture by horse falling.”  He also gave his enlistment date as 8/1/64.  (There may have been more than one man’s records in these muster rolls, #1938 and 1939).  Woods applied for an invalid pension.  He died on 3/10/1900 and is buried in Eureka Springs, Carroll Co, AR.  His widow, Tursey B Woods, applied for a pension in May of 1900 while living in Arkansas.  MR #1938 & 1939

WOODS, LASSON (LASSEN or LAWSON), 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 20.  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 spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  Exchanged on 2/1/1865 at an unknown site, he was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  Woods applied for an invalid pension in 1889.  In the 1890 veterans’ census Woods lived in Henderson Co, TN near the Chesterfield Post Office.  He reported having scurvy and having been in prison during the war.  He died "suddenly" on 1/30/1911 at age 70 and is buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Henderson Co, TN with a military marker.  MR #1941

WOODS, SAMUEL C(ITZEN), 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.   He was captured and paroled at the battle of Trenton, TN and is assumed to have spent time in parole camp at Columbus, OH (Camp Chase).  He mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63 and re-enlisted in Co K 2nd TN Mounted Infantry.  He married Mary A Davis of Dyer Co, TN.  Woods applied for and received an invalid pension due to a gun shot wound in his right arm.  It paid $6 per month beginning in May of 1874.  His widow applied for a pension in November of 1896.  Woods was the son of Peter Middleton and Jane Walser Woods and brother to Napoleon B. Woods, also of Co K 2nd TN Mounted Infantry.  MR #1942

WOODS, THOMAS (F), 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 46.  Woods deserted after the battle at Trenton, TN in December 1862.  MR #1943

WOOD, WILLIAM T, Companies B & A, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon, TN on 1/8/64 and mustered at Union City, TN on 2/15/64 at age 19.  Captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, he spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  Exchanged on 12/12/64 at Florence, AL, he was taken to College Green Barracks and Annapolis, MD.  He was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  In his Civil War Questionnaire, Woods said he rode a train from Nashville to Johnsonville, TN, then took a boat to Perryville, TN and walked the 20 miles to his home.  He did not work for some time due to exposure and starvation in Andersonville Prison.  He applied for and received an invalid pension in 1886.  Woods died in Darden, TN on 6/24/1925.  He was the son of Jasper and Hanna J Essary Wood and the husband of Martha D Woods.   MR #1944

WOODSIDE, H H.  This man was listed on the Deserters Index in April 1863.  Woodside has no records in the 7th Tennessee muster rolls.

WOODSIDE, MILUS (MILES) M, Co G, private, enlisted for 1 year in Carroll Co, TN on 8/5/62 at age 28.  He was AWOL by 3/25/63.  He appears to have enlisted in the 7th, 6th and 13h TN Cavalries, presumably for the bounty money.  Woodside was present at the Fort Pillow massacre in April 1864.  He was “wounded by two balls, first (pistol) ball striking just below insertion of deltoid muscle of right arm, and remaining in: second (musket) ball striking centre of right breast over third rib and passing to the right and downward, emerged at inner border of the scapula, about 6 inches from point of entrance.  Done after surrender.”  (Congressional inquiry into the Fort Pillow massacre.)  Woodside was a resident of Dyer Co, TN.   MR #1945

WOODSON, THOMAS, Co K, private, enlisted for 3 years at Union City, TN on 2/17/64 at age 40.  He was 5’10” tall, light complexion, blue eyes, grey hair, born in Union, SC but a resident of Gibson Co, TN. Captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Woodson was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on 7/8/64 of remittent fever and chronic diarrhea (widow’s pension says scurvy).  William B Little of Co M, 6th TN Cavalry was with him when he died (pension).  Woodson is assumed buried in the Andersonville National Cemetery in an unknown grave.   His wife, Jane Edwards Woodson (m. 11/1/1846 in Gibson Co, TN), applied for and received a widow’s pension in 1867.   MR #1946

WOOLEY, ALEXANDER (ANDREW J), Companies H, C & I, private, enlisted at Lexington, TN on 10/1/62 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 11/24/62 at age 27.  He was 5’9” tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, born in Wayne Co, TN, a farmer.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.  Wooley was AWOL from June 6/20/63 through 1/1/64.  He was not captured with the regiment at Union City TN on 3/24/64.   The men not captured were stationed mostly in Columbus, KY in the spring and summer of 1864 and in Paducah, KY in the fall.  A nurse in the hospital at Columbus, KY in June of 1864, he was a patient in the hospital at Paducah, KY in September and October 1864.  He was discharged with the regiment when it disbanded at Nashville, TN on 8/9/65.  Wooley died in Henderson Co, TN in September 1895 and is buried in the Central Grove Cemetery in Henderson Co, TN with a military marker but no dates.   In November 1897 his wife, Phoebe Adline Altom, (“Febe A”) applied for a widow’s pension while living in Arkansas.  It was denied, however.  MR #1948

WORKMAN, WILLIAM, Co M, private, enlisted for 3 years in Boydsville, TN on 9/1/63 at age 19.  He was present in January and February 1864 but there is no further information in the muster rolls.  An E W Workman of Company M, however, is listed in the New York Times Savannah, GA death list as dying on 10/8/1864 in the hospital there.  The father of this soldier, William S Workman, filed for a dependent father’s pension but it was refused.  MR #1952

WORRELL, H(ARDY) H, Co I, corporal, enlisted for 3 years in Paducah, KY on 9/15/63 and mustered in Union City, TN on 12/15/63 at about age 27 (census).   He furnished his own horse and equipment.   Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Worrell was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died in quarters on 8/23/64.  He was buried in grave #6608 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  His wife, Sarah Spellings Worrell, applied for a widow’s pension in 1869.  Born in North Carolina to Isaac and Serena Worrell but a resident of Carroll Co, TN in 1860, he was brother to John Worrell, also of Co I.   MR #1953

WORRELL, JOHN, Co I, private/corporal, enlisted at same time and place as his brother Hardy H Worrell but at age 24 (census).  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 10/10/64.  Born in North Carolina to Isaac and Serena Worrell but a resident of Carroll Co, TN in 1860, he was brother to Hardy H Worrell, also of Co I.  There is a minor's pension that sfiled on this soldier's service.  The guardian is James Ray.  MR #1954

WORSHAM, WILLIAM S, Co F, private, enlisted for one year at Trenton, TN on 9/20/62 at age 26.  His record shows no discharge date.  This caused difficulty but was settled with “implied desertion canceled.”  It was made retro to 2/1/63.  He married first Elizabeth Roberts in 1859 and Antity Lemmons in 1882.  Worsham was able to obtain a pension in 1890.  In 1896 he was an officer in the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post #56 in Huntingdon, TN and listed his residence as Huntingdon, TN.  He died on 10/31/1901 and is buried in Palmer’s Shelter Cemetery in Carroll Co, TN.  His widow, “Ianthy,” received a pension in 1901.  MR #1955

WRIGHT, ANDREW J, Co G, private, enlisted for 1 year on 1/15/63 and mustered at Trenton, TN on 1/29/63 at age 27.   He mustered out at Saulsbury, TN on 10/25/63 before he had served a full year.  Wright married Hulda A. on 11/26/1888.  He applied for an invalid pension while living in Nebraska.  His wife filed for a widow’s pension on 4/1/1907 while living in Kansas.  MR #1956

WRIGHT, HENRY, Co E.  This man has no muster rolls but is listed as AWOL on the April 1863 deserters’ list.

WRIGHT, WILLIAM J, Co B, private, enlisted for 3 years at Saulsbury, TN on 8/4/63 and mustered at Memphis, TN on 11/25/63 at age 18/20.  He was 5’8” tall, fair complexion, dark eyes, dark hair, a saddler, born in Carroll Co, TN.  He furnished his own horse and equipment.   Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64, Wright was taken to Andersonville Prison in Georgia where he died on July 8 or 10 in 1864 of diarrhea chronic.  He was buried in grave #5267 in the Andersonville National Cemetery.  His father applied for and received a dependent parent pension in 1882.  MR #1957

WYATT, HENRY H, Co E, private, enlisted for 3 years at Shiloh, TN in June 1862 but also at Huntingdon, TN on 7/20/62.  He mustered at Humboldt, TN on 8/11/62 at age 17.  Wyatt was 5’9” tall, fair complexion, grey eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN.  A note in his muster roll says he was in the hospital with intermittent fever at Camp Chase, OH on 8/9/63.  A later addition to the notes on 7/28/76 says he “never joined com[pany] or reg[iment].”   Wyatt is said, however, to have enlisted on the same day and place as William B Wyatt.  They seem to be the sons of William R and Mary Horn and brothers to John Parker Wyatt, residents of Carroll Co, TN in 1850.  MR #1958

WYATT, JOHN P(ARKER), Co E, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon, TN on 7/4/62 and mustered at Humboldt, TN on 8/11/62 at age 32 (census).  Absent sick on 5/7/63, 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 6/13/63 and ran into some of Napier’s Confederate irregulars who wounded him.  Wyatt died at home in Benton Co, TN on 12/25/63.  His wife, Nancy Melton Wyatt, applied for a pension in 1865.  Wyatt was the son of William R and Mary Horn and brother to William B Wyatt and Henry H Wyatt,  residents of Carroll Co, TN in 1850.  MR #1959

WYATT, WILLIAM B, Companies E, B & C, private, enlisted for 3 years in Huntingdon on 6/28/62/or 7/20/62 and mustered at Humboldt, TN on 8/11/62 at age 20.  He was 6’1/2” tall, light complexion, hazel eyes, light hair, a farmer, born in Carroll Co, TN (10/12/1842).  Wyatt was on furlough from 2/17/63-4/26/63.  He furnished his own horse and equipment which was captured at Union City, TN on 3/24/64.  Presumed captured with the regiment at Union City, TN on 3/24/64. Wyatt spent time in Andersonville Prison in Georgia and other eastern prisons.  Exchanged through Charleston, SC, he mustered out with the regiment at Nashville on 8/9/65.   He applied for an invalid pension in 1880.  Wyatt died on 12/4/1903 and is buried in the Garrett Cemetery in Carroll Co, TN.  He has a military marker.  His wife, Martha J Wyatt, applied for a widow’s pension in January 1904.  Wyatt was the son of William R and Mary Horn and brother to John Parker Wyatt and Henry H Wyatt,  residents of Carroll Co, TN in 1850.  William B Wyatt lived near Hollow Rock, TN in his later years.  MR #1960

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