Organized at Fort Henry, May, 1861; Confederate service September 1, 1861; reorganized October 2, 1862; merged into 4th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment April, 1865; paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina, May 1, 1865. Peter Engels, Co. K. Guard duty on Nashville & Northwestern Railroad, and garrison and guard duty at Nashville, Tennessee, until April 1865. Very few surrendered on April 26, 1865. The Tenth participates in the campaign against Mobile, Alabama, and its defenses. It continued to serve in this capacity until April 1865, when it was sent to Knoxville, to form part of the 4th Division, Army of the Cumberland. Details of the service of James R Hart,in the 10th Minnesota Infantry, Company D, during the Dakota Conflict, including wagon train guard duty between St. Paul and Fort Abercrombie (Oct. 1862), stockade construction at Fort Goodhue (Sibley County, Minn.), and experiences on the Sibley Expedition. It was mustered out of service June 23, 1865. On June 6, 1864, Major General George H. Thomas directed the regiment be dropped from the returns of the Army of the Cumberland and transferred to Governor Andrew Johnson as a Governors Guard. Tennessee in June of 1864. He was arrested; and his lieutenant colonel obeyed the order at once. Des Moines, IA: Dyer Publishing Company, 1908. Entries are scattered and brief, describing weather, health, and troop movements. Military records (personnel returns, muster rolls, special orders, financial accounts, and inventories of effects for enlisted deceased) maintained by Captain Charles L. Davis for the 10th Minnesota Infantry Regiment, Company D. Includes autobiographical information (1872) supplied by Davis while publisher for Red Wing, Minnesotas Argus newspaper. The 10th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (Confederate) completed its organization at Fort Henry, Tennessee, in May, 1861. of the Cumberland, to April, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, Reserve Corps, Dept. Mustered in July 4, 1862. Defenses of Nashville & Northwestern Railroad to January 1864. Defenses of Nashville & Northwestern Railroad to January 1864. Elisha Chastain, William W. Phillips, James A. Castile, Otto Jacobi, Co. G. I am sure that if any officer in the department not directly interested had examined the matter and reported, my action would have been approved. By way of footnote, it might be added that Major Thurneck resigned in September, 1862, and Governor Johnson requested that Captain Greene be ordered elsewhere. Seven letters and one photograph of John B. Leo, an Irish immigrant who enlisted in Company H, Tenth Regiment, Minnesota Infantry at the start of the U.S.-Dakota War (Aug. 1862) and served, there and in the Civil War, until 1865. The regiment was placed in Brigadier General John Greggs Brigade, consisting of the 3rd/30th Consolidated, 10th,41st Consolidated, 50th, 51st Tennessee Infantry Regiments, and the 1st Tennessee Infantry Battalion. Originally I, then K. Ordered to Bridgeport, Alabama, September 24, 1863. Nashville, TN: W.E. Lewis C. Waggoner, John H. Handy, W. L. McConnico, Co. E. It mustered out June 23, 1865. It was then ordered to western Virginia June 7 and attached to Rosecrans' Brigade, McClellan's Army of West Virginia where it occupied . Last modified: March 4, 2022, Board of Commissioners. The 10th Indiana Infantry organized at Indianapolis, Indiana April 22-25, 1861 in response to President Lincoln's call for 75,000 volunteers. Mustered in at Nashville, April 26 to August 27, 1862; mustered out at Greeneville, Tennessee, May 25, and at Knoxville, June, 1865. Ordered to Bridgeport, Alabama, September 24, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 7th Division, 16th Army Corps, to . Reported to General Maney at Shelbyville early in 1863. Upon his report of the facts I directed Colonel Campbell to have him ejected as occupying a house in possession of the United States without civil authority. John B. Leo Letters 1863-1865. A little later, March 19, at Camp Butler, Springfield, Illinois there was published a list of Confederate prisoners who desired to join the Federal forces, but there were only five men from the 10th, 50 Mulligan seems to have exaggerated. Henry Augustus McConnell Papers, 18621865, 1901 The Camp was formed in 1995. Smith. 24th (Maney's) Battalion, Sharp Shooters was Captain Frank Maney's Company, Light Artillery, which was organized September 7, 1861; surrendered at Fort Donelson; reorganized December 1, 1862 as light artillery, but armed temporarily as infantry. The latter claimed that he rented his house. P2819 It continued to serve in this capacity until April 1865, when it was sent to Knoxville, to form part of the 4th Division, Army of the Cumberland. Alexander Lynch, John Feudge, Michael Fogarty, Co. H. The house you inquire about belonged to Colonel Heiman, of the rebel army and was taken possession of by the military authorities for sequestration under act of Congress August 6, 1861. Hutchinson, Matthew. FIELD OFFICERS. Pursuit of Hood to the Tennessee River December 17-28. , The regiment was attached to Post and District of Nashville, Tennessee, Department of the Cumberland, to June 1863. MNHS call number:E83.86 .G53 1988. Boyd M. Cheatham, William Sweeney, Bartley J. Dorsey, Co. D. Henry Newton Lee married Polly Ann Morrison in 1846. The following afternoon, Colonel William L. McMillen's brigade, which included the Tenth Minnesota, attacked Confederate fortifications on a prominent hill. 1st Brigade, 4th Division, 20th Army Corps, Dept. Post and garrison duty at Nashville, Tennessee, until September 1863. MNHS call number: See the finding aid in the library (P2735). This is a list of Tennessee Confederate Civil War units. Search the full text of digital finding aids for State Archives and manuscript collections at MNHS. Language links are at the top of the page across from the title. A letter from Captain Oliver D. Greene, Assistant Adjutant General, dated July 17, 1862, gives some indication of the circumstances under which the regiment was organized. The regiment, as the 10th Tennessee Infantry, was reported as part of the Post Forces of Nashville on October 8, 1862. For more information on the history of this unit, see: Men often enlisted in a company recruited in the counties where they lived though not always. Never fully organized. 10th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Meridian, MS, 1865. The 10th Tennessee Infantry was organized at Nashville, Tennessee from May until August 1862, and mustered in for a three-year enlistment under the . (Said to be held at Atlanta, Georgia). General R. S. Granger reports from Nashville, November 2, that Word, Co. E. 16th Tennessee Regiment CSA. Manage all your favorite fandoms in one place! Peter Engels, Co. K. On April 24, it was assigned to the 1st Brigade, 4th Division, stationed at Greeneville. Company L - Only 41 men. Mustered in August 26, 1862. Also includes his obituary. The letters contain information on the personnel and movements of the Tenth Minnesota Infantry, Company D. The papers include two undated chronologies and a memorandum detailing his military service. Randall W.. MacGavock, William Ford, Robert Joynt, A. L. Berrie, Co. F. Attached to Post and District of Nashville, Tenn., Dept. Attached to Dept. Confederates under General John B. Henderson, MN: Joseph R. Brown Heritage Society, 1996. Originally D, then H. On August 18, the officers and men of the Tenth Minnesota Infantry were discharged from service at Fort Snelling. The 10th Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Of those, more than 250 had begun their service as . Edward D. R. Bladen, Henry N. Lee, Co. A. Jefferson, N.C.; London: MacFarland & Co., c2012. Manuscript Notebooks Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul Ordered to Greenville April 24, 1865, and duty in District of East Tennessee until June. About a third of the men from 3rd District, balance from other states. ", page 586. In response, the Tenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment formed between August and November of that year. vost-marshal of Nashville, commanded a brigade in the opera-. Contents. Defenses of Nashville & Northwestern Railroad to January 1864. On April 9, 1865 the Fourth Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, commanded by Colonel Anderson Searcy, composed of the 2nd, 3rd Volunteers, 10th, 15th, 18th, 20th, 26th, 30th, 32nd, 37th, and 45th Regiments, and the 23rd Tennessee Infantry Battalion formed one regiment in Brigadier General Joseph B. Palmer's Brigade of Major General . Sam Thompson, John W. Bryan, Co. B. 1st Brigade, Defenses of Nashville, Tenn., January, 1864. His wife Philena writes to him from Minnesota and Wisconsin regarding social events, their children, and family matters. Defenses of Nashville & Northwestern Railroad to January, 1864. Posted on November 27, 2016 by . Cuthbert B. to Richmond, Va., as that city had fallen into the hands of Union troops upon the Surrender of General Lee. The Tenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment is mustered out of service at Fort Snelling. On my return, finding that Major Thurneck with his family was living in the house, although his regiment was under canvas, and knowing your orders about officers living with their men, I telegraphed to know if that order was still in force. However, the Tenth suffered more in killed and wounded than the rest of the brigade combined. James C. Green, Robert H. Clinton, Co. F. 15th-37th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment (7th Regiment Provisional Army of Tennessee, 1st East Tennessee Rifle Regiment) 17th-23rd Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment. The 10th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry mustered into service as a three-year organization at Camp Dennison, near Cincinnati, Ohio on June 3, 1861. Price), 24th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, Co. G., Duck River Rifles (hosted at Duck River Rifles), 37th Tennessee, Co. E (maintained by Richard L. Rick Norton), 40th Tennessee Infantry, Arkansas Companies (hosted at Couch GenWeb), 44th Tennessee (hosted at Tennessee Division of Sons of Confederate Veterans), 55th Tennessee Infantry (hosted at Tennessee Division of Sons of Confederate Veterans), 61st Tennessee Infantry (hosted at TNGenWeb). On October 19, 1863, two companies were at Camp Rosecrans, with the 2nd U. S. Colored Infantry, guarding the construction of the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, 30 miles from Nashville. Alvan C. Gillem was appointed colonel of this regiment May 13, 1862, at which time only three companies had been mustered into service. Also called 5th East Tennessee Infantry Regiment Organized at Barboursville, Kentucky, with six companies, March 28, 1862; mustered out at Nashville, March 29 through June 30, 1865. . Finding that many other officers of the same regiment were making preparations to bring their families to live in houses under the same circumstances, and recognizing the injury to the service which must arise, I directed the provost marshal to cause the house to be vacated, as also other houses occupied by soldiers and officers without authority from these headquarters. Send questions or comments to mnopediamnhs [dot] org. General Bate reported that his division was virtually annihilated in this battle, and that from the units named, only 65 escaped, and these not as a command, but as individuals. Please forward changes and additions to: 10TH TENNESSEE VOLUNTEER This search does not search in the library catalog. On December 31, 1863, it was reported as one of the regiments along the line of the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad. The 10th Tennessee Infantry was organized at Nashville, Tennessee, from May until August 1862, and mustered in for a three-year enlistment under the command of Colonel Alvan Cullem Gillem. Beard, W. E. The Battle of Nashville, Including an Outline of the Stirring Events Occurring in One of the Most Notable Movements of the Civil War-Hood's Invasion of Tennessee. The 10th reported 190 men engaged. By the summer of 1862, it was clear that the Civil War would not be over quickly. The house you inquire about belonged to Colonel Heiman, of the rebel army and was taken possession of by the military authorities for sequestration under act of Congress August 6, 1861. It never was re-armed as artillery, but instead two companies, which had been organized in December 1862 were added to it, and it was formed into a battalion with the election of Captain Frank Maney as major. I am also apprehensive that having a regiment within the garrison of Nashville not subject to the orders of the general commanding is far more likely to beget discord and trouble than anything else., On June 30, 1863, the regiment was reported at Camp Spears, Nashville; on July 31, it was reported in the Reserve Corps, 2nd Division, 3rd Brigade; on August 31, it was still at Camp Spears; but on September 24, 1863, after the battle of Chickamauga, General Rosecrans wrote: I want Gillem and his regiment tomorrow to Bridgeport (Alabama) to aid in securing the railroad.. Patrick W. Halloran, John Phillips, Co. C; mustered in April 29, 1862; mustered out at Greeneville, May 25, 1865. The Civil War Diary of a Minnesota Volunteer, Henry Ahsenmacher. This page is incomplete! See the finding aid in the library (P1749). On October 19, 1863, two companies were at Camp Rosecrans, with the 2nd U. S. Colored Infantry, guarding the construction of the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, 30 miles from Nashville. Also called 1st Middle Tennessee Infantry Regiment: After many battles, companies might be combined because so many men were killed or wounded. William M. Marr, John L. Prendergast, Co. I. Company K - Men from 3rd District and other states. What was left of Bates Division went with the Army of Tennessee to join General Joseph E. Johnston in North Carolina in time to participate in the final battle at Bentonville, North Carolina March 31, 1865. In March, the corps embarked on General E.O.C. I found it was, and verbally directed Major Thurneck that he must live with his men. Composition of the brigade was the 14th Mississippi, 3rd,10th, 30th, 41st, and 50th Tennessee Regiments, 1st Tennessee Infantry Battalion, 7th Texas Infantry, and Bledsoes Battery. * * * * The order was promptly executed by the provost marshal in all instances except Major Thurneck and the quartermaster of the same regiment. This page has been viewed 4,924 times (0 via redirect). MNHS call number:E515.5 10th .S65 1996 Military Governor of Tennessee. Mustered in July 7, 1862; men mostly from Bedford County; mustered out at Knoxville, June 25, 1865. An inspection report November 1, 1861 spoke of the 10th as being in fine condition, saying it was the only regiment at Fort Henry ready for service. In early 1863, the Tenth occupied posts throughout the state.