Company C, Fourth Confederate Infantry

Killed in the service

James Osborn
James Cobble
Henry Farrar
James Jackson
John Graves
John Steagall
T. W. Steagall
George Shasteen
Alfred Travis
Joseph Rose
Thomas Pearson
T. Roberson
M. J. Brown
Robert Brown
Tom Shasteen


Marion Bedford
M. A. Couser
W. B. Couser
S. Dillingham
John Eaton
Robert Farmer
James Gore
H. Gore
John Byrom
George Damron
H. Nelson
Samuel Rolan
Thomas Raney
H. Rosenberger
J. F. Mitchell
J. Hammontree
Polk Nix

Died in the service

William Brannon
J. A. Cobb
Enoch Garner
Davis Marshall
Javan Nelson
John Buchanan
P. Osborn
William Runnells
Allen Revis
A. Shasteen
Ed. Rose
C. L. Parks and
N. M. Ivey

Discharged on account of disability

A. Cummins
James Osborn
James Burt

Served to the close of the war

Captain J. W. Smith
Lieutenant G. W. Byron
D. P. Muse
R. Simpson
Sergeant. S. J. Shasteen


S. W. Anderson
D. G. Branch
George Brown
Samuel Brown
W. M. Browning
D. R. Bedford
J. R. Bolin
A. W. Cobble
E. A. Cobble
E. Bolin
J. P. Damron
D. Ellis
William Evans
Henry Fullmore
J. C. Gobble
Stephen Hanes
Doll Byrom
Henry Miles
Isaac Dannel
Henry Ivey
Tom Graves
Tom Muse
William Curle
Sam Ray
M. Runnells
Doe Runnells
William Shasteen
Elijah Shasteen
Jacob Shasteen
H. Smith
R. Smith
Ralph Gray
R. Riddle
J. Pardon
Dan Baker
Levi Lawson
Stephen Pilant
John Pilant
Sam Parks
Henry Bevell
J. Y. Price
J. Hendricks
James Travis
William Travis
A. J. Parks
J. J., William
M. Tankesley
C. Tankesley
W. W. Burt
Alfred Burt
E. Brown
Jack Ivey
James Hudgens
James Rodgers
William Smith
George Tipps
Joe Ford
H. M. Bean
M. Holt
N. Thompson
W. M. Tucker
J. Timms
J. R. Parks

Civil War,

Moore County TN,

Goodspeed Publishing Co. History of Tennessee from the earliest time to the present. Goodspeed Publishing Co. 1887.

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