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1. Title:   xCunningham Family History
Author:   Marqua Jean Duncan
Publication:   Name: Copyright 2002 McClanahan Publishing House;
2. Title:   zCensus Records
Author:   U.S. Government

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a. Note:   H675
Note:   * Service Record *
  * CSA (Confederate States of America) - elected 2nd LT on 9/13/1861 - promoted to 1st LT on 6/6/1862 - promoted to Captain on 7/20/1863 - he fought at Murfreesboro , Jackson, Chicamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca and Dallas, from Dallas to Atlanta, at Peachtree Entrenchment and Utoy Creek, both days at Jonesboro, and in the mounted engagements to Savannah when he was disabled for any further duty during the War caused by an infection of the eyes - Company G., 4th KY. Regiment
  * John Freeman came home from the War with an injury to the eyes from which he never recovered - after his parents died, he moved to Florida, where he remained until his death; he never married. (from Cunningham Family, Leaves from the Family Tree, by Marqua Duncan, 2002)
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  From the History of Trigg County, Historical and Biographical, ed. W.H. Perrin, F.A. Battey Pub. Company, Chicago, 1884. Chapter V
  The people of Trigg partook largely of the general excitement, and being mostly Southern, such of them as designed taking part in the coming struggle repaired at once to the Southern camps. On the 1st day of July, 1861, a company composed of some of the best young men of Trigg County, rendezvoused at Canton, on the Cumberland River, under the following officers: Dr. J. L. Price, Captain; John Cunningham, First Lieutenant; John T. Baker, Second Lieutenant, and Francis M. Baker, Third Lieutenant. Thus organized the company numbered about ninety-three men rank and file. Among them were the following-named noncommissioned officers and privates: Robert W. Major, G. M. Ezell, A. L. Wallace, Z. Hughes, A. W. Wadlington, II. D. Wallace, Robert Dew, W. W. Dew, W. L. Durrett, W. H. Anderson, W. A. Atwood, Tandy Battoe, W. H. Braberry, J. W. Bell, J. F. Baker, J. G. Baynham, Linn Boyd, W. T. Boyd, Franc M. Bounds, J. T. Batt, R. A. Batt. William Bridges, M. C. Cunningham, Sr., M. C. Cunningham, Jr., E. A. Cunningham, G. G. Cunningham, Robert Calhoun. D. Cannon, W. F. Dew, W. B. Eidson, Franc M. Ferguson, J. 0. Ferguson, F. M. Ferguson, J. Q. Foster, S. P. B. Faughen. J. V. Gant, M. Gresham, G. E. Grace, Richard Grace, S. lodge, F. M. Hughes, H. Hughes, D. Hale, Riley Herald, F. P. Ingram, G. Johnson, S. A. Jefferson, N. Lyon, J. T. Lancaster, Richard Mayberry, William Meredith, G. W. Mitchell, J. F. Pritchard, Richard Pogue, H. Pister, W. W. Ryan, M. Rogers, A. P. Rutledge, D. Ray, R. P. Sanford, Monroe Sears, A. Smith, William Sills, T. R. Tyer, E. Timmons, A. C. Thomas, W. S. Williams, H. Williamson, J. B. Winn, W. K. Wallis, Walter Watkins and S. A. Yarbrough.



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