Note: N2044 --Other FieldsRIN: 580NOTE: 1860 CENSUS DAVIDSON CO., TN D-291900 CENSUS SHARKEY CO., MS 45-45-29-77Civil War Record: From the Soldiers and Sailors SystemDatabase, M231 Roll 15.NOTE: Arthur M. Fulgham's father spelled his name with an "hum"but Arthur's civil war record and the Sharkey County Mississippiburial record spells his name with an "ham". Arthur was in bothCo. H of the 1st Tennessee Consolidated Regiment and Co. A ofthe 1st Tennessee (Fields) Regiment at different times. SamWatkins, the author of Company "Aytch", mentions "ArthurFulghum" in his book a couple of times.Death Record:Straight Bayou9 mile NE of AnguillaStraight Bayou RoadCannon, Charley H. 2nd Lt; Co. H, 44th Ms Inf06-11-1828 to 02-24-1906Fulgham, Arthur M. ; Co. A, 1st Tn Infxx-xx- 1832 to 08-31-1909Powell, George Washington Pvt; Co. B, 6th Ms Inf05-11-1834 to 02-xx-1919Turner, John Sgt; Co. D, 11th Ms Cav08-26-1823 to 04-04-1908Wiggins, Sebrin Pvt; Co. E, 3rd Ms Cav05-21-1843 to 03-08-1918In Davidson County stands Newsom’s Mill, built in 1862 by JamesNewsom. The community of Newsom’s Station grew up around themill. The milling enterprise continued, under various ownersuntil 1930. Only the ruins of the mill remain. Massive limestoneblocks, cut from Newsom’s own quarry, fitted and laid by hand,have proven sturdy enough to withstand the tests of time,weather, and vandalism.
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