84th Tennessee Volunteer
Infantry Regiment:
Roster

As far as I can find out there were only 605 members of this Regiment. This covers their birth, death, burial place, wives, children, military service and what they did for a living both before and after the war. This is just a roster of those who’s photos I have found plus others that I have come across. Please be aware that much of this information has been gathered from the internet, with all the reliability this has at times.

Anc.                                         ancestry.com
CSR                                         Complied Service Records
CWS&SS                                Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System
Find.                                        findagrave.com
Int.                                           Internet
MHO                                       Military History Online
MOG                                       MooseRoots Genealogy
OR                                           Official Records of the War of the Rebellion
Pen.                                         Pension
Rel.                                          Information from a descendant
Roots.                                      rootsweb.ancestry.com
TCW                                       Tenneseans in the Civil War
TNG                                        TNGenes Genealogy
USGW                                     USGenWeb
Wiki                                         Wiki Family search

 Apple, Hamton M.                             2nd Lt              G/B(Fin 28th)   MHO, CWS&SS, MOG.
He enlisted in the 25th Tenn Inf  31 July 1861 and was captured on the retreat from Perryville (Chaplin Hills), KY. He was paroled home but records have him back with the Regiment. He transferred to the 84th Tennessee and was promoted to 2nd LT 25 January1863. He survived the war living until 1901.

 Beasley, Jesse Houston                    Pvt (Cpl in the 28th)                 A         MOG, CWS&SS, USGW, Int, Roots.
He was born on the 10 April 1830 in Beasley's Bend, Smith Co., TN, the son of  Robert and Sarah (Cunningham) Beasley. He grew up in Smith Co. and ran a tippling store (license issued in 1854) in Chestnut Mound, Smith Co, TN. His family believe he joined the 17th Tenn Inf organized 6 November1861. He was later in the 84th Tenn Inf until consolidated with the 28th Tenn Inf. At the end of the war he was paroled in Greensboro, NC, 1 May 1865. He then walked home to Chestnut Mound in Smith Co., TN. He married Mary Jane McDonald, born 21 November 1830 and died 1 June 1919 about 1856. She was the daughter of John and Elizabeth (Sadler) McDonald: she had been married to a shoemaker previously. During the war his wife was forced to sign an oath of allegiance to the US government; her signature appears on the list on 3 August 1863. They had eight children: Mary Adeline, Rufus Porter, Martha Jane, Sarah Frances, Clarkey,  Robert Lee, Susan Otheldra and Julia Etta Beasley. He died 21 January 1900 in Chestnut Mound, Smith Co, TN.

 Buck, Enoch J.                                   Pvt                   D         CWS&SS, Find, Roots, Anc.
He was born 12 April 1827 in White Co, now Putnam Co, TN. He was the son of Rev. Isaac Newton and Mary (Simmerly) Buck. He is buried in the Jonathan Buck Cemetery, Putnam Co, TN. He was the son of Rev, Isaac Newton and Mary (Simmerly) Buck. He married Catherine “Kitty” C. Quarles on the 4/16/1846 in White Co, TN. She was born on the 10 May 1827 and died 1 May 1895.  . She was the daughter of William Hawes and Ruct (Hyder) Buck. They had eight children: George Washington, Isaac J, Simeon, J. Lafayette, Curtis Mills, William Hawes, Stephen Decatur, James Thomas and Erastus Hickman “Pleasant” Buck. He died 16 May 1904 in Putnam Co, TN, and is buried in the Jonathon Buck Cemetery, Putnam Co, TN. 

Ensor, William Asbury                                               Capt                 G         Wiki, TCW, Find, Anc, Wiki, Int.
He was born on the 14 March 1825 in Ensor Valley/Hollow, near Chestnut Mound, Putnam Co, TN. He was the son of Jonathan L. and Ruth (Jared) Ensor. He enlisted 28 December1862 organizing a company of 35 men, friends and neighbours, and was elected Captain. Consolidated with A Company to become K/E? Company 28th Tenn Inf. He married Naomi Florilla Huddleston on the 5 May1846 she was born 14 May1827 in Jackson Co, TN, and died 22 October1901 in Ensor, Putnam Co, TN. They had eight children: Jonathon Lasley, Isaac Monroe, Virginia Carr, Lorenzo Dow, Lovenia Jane, Emilie Avo, Tennessee Frances and William Wirt Ensor. He was converted to Christianity in the Fall of 1859. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church South to which he was a great stay religiously as well as financially. He died 12 March 1901 in Ensor Valley, TN, and is buried in the Joseph Jared Cemetery, Gentry, Buffalo Valley, TN. In may be interesting to know that William Asbury Ensor was not a slave owner. 

Henry, Jacob              Lt                     ?                      Find, TNG, Int, Roots, Anc.
He was born on the 26 August 1830 the son of  George Washington and Martha Lucy (Lowery) Henry. On the 1 May 1870 he married Martha L. Miller she was born 5 February 1839 in TN and died 6 May 1899. When young he taught school. He owned and operated a good farm on the Calf Killer river for many years and served as a Justice of the Peace He served for several years a Chairman of the County Court of Putnam County. In 1887, he sold his farm on the Calf Killer river and moved to Cookeville, TN. Both were devoted members of the Cookeville Methodist Church, of which he was a Steward. He died on the 28 June 1893 and both he and his wife are buried in the Cookville City Cemetery, Cookeville, Putnam Co, TN. His brother Jasper Henry also was in the 84th Tenn Inf.

Henry, Jasper            Pvt                   D (H in 28th)                TNG, Pension, Find, Roots, Anc, CWS&SS, MOG.
He was born 23 May 1832 in White Co, TN, the son of George Washington and Lucy (Lowry) Henry. He enlisted 25 December 1862 at McMinnville, TN, was listed as deserted at Shelbyville, TN (Absent without leave January and February 1863), also listed as deserted 17 Dec 1864. Oath of Allegiance on 21 January 1865. His complexion was fair, hair light in colour and eyes grey. He married Mary Jane Finley about 1865 in Putnam County, TN, she was born 24 November 1844 in Overton Co, TN, and died 13 December 1920 in Putnam Co, TN, and is buried in the Johnson Cemetery, Putnam Co, TN. She was the daughter of Bluford and Adelaide (Johnson) Finley. They had ten children: Frances A, Lilly A., George, Bluford, L. E., Mcclaud “Mack”, Rosy Ellen, Mattie, Alice E. and Robert Henry. Pension applied for when a resident of Monterey, Putnam Co, TN, on the 10 July 1916, S15014, rejected. He was a farmer. He died on the 10 September 1924 in Putnam Co, TN, and is buried in the Johnson Cemetery, Mill Creek, Putnam Co, TN. His brother Jacob Henry was also in the 84th Tenn Inf.

Holman, James Spencer                    Pvt                   H(D in 28th)     Putnam, Pen, Find, Roots, Int.
He enlisted on the 17 November 1862 at McMinnville, TN. Was present Mar and Apr 1863: present Jul and Aug 1863: present Jan and Feb 1864: present Mar and Apr 1864: and was paroled at Greensboro, NC, 1 May 1865. He was wounded, most likely at Atlanta, 22 August 1864, in the shoulder with gangrene setting in two weeks later. He applied for a pension S2045 on the 15 July 1899 when living at Cookeville, Putnam Co, TN. He was born 18 December 1842 in White County, TN, the son of Albert James and Mary Jane (Spiers/Spears) Holeman. He married Hannah Frances Welch 18 November 1865 in Cookeville, Putnam Co, TN,  born on 15 September/October 1843 in Overton County, TN, and died 12 January 1913 in Putnam County, TN. She was the daughter of Samuel and Nancy (Hyder) Welsh. They had nine children: William F., Vandora Frances Dora, Thomas, Pearly Ann, Lettie, Nancy/Martha Jane, Amanda L., James Riley and Lola Elizabeth. Holman. He died on the 30 October 1915 and is buried with his wife, and many of their children, at the Stewart Cemetery, Cookeville, Putnam Co, TN. 

Horn, Sherod              1st Lt               D(K in 25th and 2nd Lt – H in 28th)     Putnam, Find, Roots, Anc, CWS&SS, MOG, TNG.
He was born on the March 1841 in Calfkiller, White Co, TN, the son of Alvin/Albert Victor and Jane Fulton(Johnson) Horn. He enlisted 25 July 1861 at Tullahoma, TN, in the 25th Tenn Inf and was resigned at the Reorganization at Corinth, MS on 10 May 1862. He enlisted in the 84th on the 27 Nov 1862 at McMinnville, TN. Was on detached service to bring in the absentees 27 November to 31 December 1862 and again during Jan & Feb 1863. When in the 28th he was once again on detached service to bring in the absentees March and Apr il1863. Captured 18 Jun 1863 at Hillsboro, TN, while returning to the army with recruits, was a recruiting officer at the time) and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville, KY, and then on the 6 Jul 1863 sent to Johnson's Island Prison, Lake Erie, OH, then on the 20 Feb 1865 to Point Lookout, MD. Paroled on the 28 Apr 1865 at High Point, NC. He married Elizabeth Netherton on 3 October 1862 in White Co, TN.  She was the daughter of Enoch and Jane (Lollar) Netherton and was born 25 December 1845 in White Co, TN, and died on the 2 March 1870in White or Putnam Co, TN, and is buried in the Spring Hill Cemetery, White Co, TN. They had four children: Thessalie J., Delsena Ann, Enoch Newton and A. Horn. He next married Mary Ann Green on 19 March/May 1870 in Carroll Co, TN, She was the daughter of  William and Elizabeth (Roberts) Green and was born 14 March 1842 in Carroll Co, TN, and died 1 January 1926 in Putnam Co, TN, and is buried in the Whittaker Cemetery, Putnam Co, TN. They had nine children: Mary Elizabeth, Artimecia, Farnetta, William Albert, Samuel Johnson, John Thomas, Ova Melessa, Andy Elmore and Lafayette Smith Horn. While a resident of Pleasant Hill, Cumberland Co, TN, filed for a pension on the 23 October 1906, number S8503, which was accepted. Widows pension filed on the 10 Jan 1925. He died on the 19 November 1924 at Monterey, Putnam Co and is buried with his second wife in the Whittaker Cemetery, Monterey, Putnam Co, TN. His brother John R. Horn also served in the 84th Tenn Inf Reg.

Lannden, Hugh H.                              Capt                 B          Wiki, Int.
Hugh H. Lannden, B Company. Enrolled November 15, at McMinnville, Warren County. Became F Company, 28th Consolidated. 

Masters, Isaac Gore             1st Lt               F          MHO, Find, Roots, Anc, Int.
He was born on the 26 March 1824 in Overton Co, TN, the son of Jesse F. and Hannah Byrd (Gore) Masters. He enlisted in the 84th TN Infantry on 1 December 1862 and was promoted to 1st Lieutenant. Through most of his adult life, he hauled merchandise from Nashville to merchants in Overton County with a six horse team and a large wagon but at the time of death was listed as a farmer. He married Nancy Allen, daughter of Hiram McGinnis and Elizabeth (Bryan) Allen in1845 in Overton Co. She was born 1 November 1829 and died 10 April 1898 both Overton Co, TN. They had seven children: James Knox Polk, Isaac Jesse, Serena Elizabeth, Mary Ann, Martha Josephine “Josie”, William Robinson and Sevena Almira Masters.He died of "Paralysis caused by cerebral hemorrhage" on the6/5/1918 in Livingston, Overton Co, TN, and is buried in the Isaac Gore Masters Cemetery, Flat Creek, Overton Co, TN. 

Maxwell, J. G.                                     Capt(1st Lt in 28th?)               F          Wiki, TCW, Int, CWS&SS.
Enlisted 1 December 1862 was from Overton Co. TN. A J.G. Maxwell, F Company consolidated with B Company of 28th Regiment to form K Company, 28th Consolidated. 

McCormick, George Christopher “Chris”               Pvt       D(H in 28th) CWS&SS, Roots, Anc.
He was born 23 October 1827 in Overton Co, TN, the son of George and Catharine (Eldridge) McCormick. His first marriage was to Ozina J. ? and they had no children with his second marriage to Nancy Parele Miller on the 5 December 1851 in Tennessee. She is believed to have been the daughter of Samuel and Francis Miller, who were next door neighbours in the Dry Valley, Putnam Co, TN, census of 1860. He and Nancy had nine children: Warteil, Henrietta, George Christopher, Martha, Fanny, William, John C., Pierson and James McCormick. She was born 16 May 1832 in Overton Co, TN, and died 6 August 1881 in Putnam Co, TN. He died on the 30 January 1898 in Putnam Co, TN, and he and Nancy are both buried in the  Johnson Baptist Church, Monterey (east of Cookeville), Putnam Co,  TN. 

McCormick L. D.                               Pvt                   D                     CSR, CWS&SS
Date of enlistment not known. Family records that L.D. McCormick never made it back from the war. He was injured and released to go home but never made it. No one really knows of his fate. His family searched for him but to no avail. 

McDonald, W. H.                               Capt                 A         Wiki, Int, CWS&SS.
W. H. McDonald, A Company, enrolled 8 November 1862 at Chestnut Mound and McMinnville, Smith and Warren Counties. Consolidated with G Company to form E Company, 28th Consolidated.

 Parrott James Forrester/Foster        Cpl(Sgt in 28th)            Find, Roots, Int, Anc, Rel,  CWS&SS.
He was born on 3/2/1830. He enlisted on the 11/27/1862 at McMinnville, TN. Wounded at Franklin, TN, in the lower right leg/foot and captured about12/17/1864 with his foot was amputated 12/26/1864 at Nashville, TN. When he recovered sufficiently he was forward to the Louisville Prison, KY, on 5//61865. On 5/16/1865 he swore to the Oath of Allegiance and was paroled. He had a dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, and stood 5'10" tall. He claimed Cookeville, TN, for his residence. His father had died when James was only two with his mother some time later. As a
young boy, he was made an indentured servant to George M. Thompson living with Thompson until he married Mahala Ann Bowman in Overton Co, TN, in 1854. After the war he farmed in the Rock Springs area of  Overton Co, TN, making his own wooden leg and made it a habit of tying this to the saddle of his horse as he rode. One day with the return of the horse with his wooden leg attached to the saddle the family found him dead from a gunshot wound 5/6/1868. His wife who was born in 1835 never remarried and died in 1908 and was buried beside her husband. They had three children: William W, Thomas Carroll and Robert F. Parrott. He is buried n the nearby Officer Cemetery, Overton Co, TN. 

Robinson, Roysden                            Capt                 D         Wiki, TCW, Int.
Enlisted 27 November 1862 at McMinnville, Warren Co, TN. Became C Company 28th. Became H Company, 28th Consolidated. 

Sanders, Richard C.                           Lt Col              2 IC (F&S in 25/28th)  Int, CWS&SS, Find.
Originally a Lieutenant Colonel in the 25th Tennessee Infantry Regiment when he resigned and joined the newly formed 84th Tenn Reg along with Colonel Sydney Smith Stanton. There is a Richard C. Saunders Born 23 July 1828 in Summer Co, TN and died 25 February 1887 in Orlando, Orange Co, FL. He mattied Rhoda Reeves born on the 17 February 1837 in Smith Co, TN. They had two children Nora and John Carey Sanders. He is buried in the Cedat Grove Cemetery, Lebanon, Wilson Co, TN. 

Smith, William Gooch                        Major(Capt in 25th)                 ?          Int, Anc, Wiki, TNG, Find.
He was born 25 September 1828 in Granville Co, NC, the son of George C. and Martha (Gooch) Smith and one of nine children. He was educated in the Oxford Academy, NC, before moving to Nashville, TN, where he worked at the gilder's trade, painting mirror frames for three years. In 1853 he established a general store at McMinnville, TN, but the following June lost the whole of his small earnings. Beginning again he continued as salesman for four years, working for a firm at Increase, TN. In 1857 he moved in 1861 he became captain of Company C, 25th Tennessee Infantry (Confederate), and joined the 84th Tenn Inf. After the war he returned home and resumed his business at Cave, White Co, TN, and added a tanning business also in 1866 he began the study of law and was licensed a few years after, and since that time has been before the Sparta bar. In 10 May 1857, he married Amanda Randall Templeton, born in White Co, TN, on 24 September 1836 and died 28 December 1908. She was the daughter of William and Rachel Lydia (Anderson) Templeton. They have seven children: William, Marcusette J, Louida C, Conita P, Sallie, N. C. and Clayyville G. Smith. He died in 1908 in White Co, TN, and is buried in the Highland Cemetery, Sparta, White Co, TN. 

Stanton, Sydney Smith                       Lt. Col.            ?          Anc, Int, OR.
Born in 1829 in Jackson Co, TN, he was the son of Champion and Sallie “Sarah” (Lindsey) Stanton, they had nine children with him being the ninth. It is believed he  school at Gainesboro and there is also speculation that he studied law in Lebanon. He married Martha Apple about 1857 and began practicing law in Carthage, moving back to Jackson Co. and hanging out his shingle in Gainesboro. In 1859 he won a seat in the Tennessee Senate, representing Jackson, Macon and White counties. Opposing secession he and other former Whigs formed the Constitutional Union Party. After Fort Sumter in 12-14 December 1861 the mood in middle Tennessee had changed drastically and he was now in sympathy with secession, and in the 1861 legislature he led in efforts to organize Tennessee as part of the Confederacy. In the July of 1861 enlisted as a private in F Company, 25th Tennessee Infantry. He recruited many men from Putnam, Jackson, Overton, and White counties, “large, brave and stalwart men” and in August the regiment elected him Colonel. resigned shortly after the Battle of Shiloh, 6-7 April 1862  because of some difficulty with Brigadier General John S. Marmaduke over some question of discipline. In December 1862 he went to McMinnville in Warren County, TN, to organize a new Regiment, the 84th Tennessee Infantry. Men from Smith, Warren, DeKalb, Overton and Putnam counties made up the unit. The Confederate War Department ruled that the 84th Regiment had been illegally organized, and on 8 May 1863, the unit was consolidated with the 28th Tennessee Regiment in which he was elected colonel. He was killed in action at Resaca, GA. on the 2nd day of battle, 14 May 1864, as he was standing on a log at the front of the Regiment when he was mortally wounded, he fell into the rifle pits and was carried to the rear near a large oak tree, here he died and was buried. 

Thomas Obediah T.               Pvt                   A         Int, CWS&SS.
He enlisted on the 11/8/1862. He deserted at Chattanooga, TN on 9/10/1863 and took the Oath of Allegiance. An O. T. Thomas of this regiment is listed in Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System they also list him as being in the 28th Tenn Inf. The photos is circa 1862-3 and is an 1/6 tintype. Identified behind the case as Obed Thomas, Boone's Hill, Tenn. and again on a slip of paper as Uncle Obeddiah Thomas (papa's oldest bro). He is wearing a heavy double breasted military greatcoat and "US" oval belt plate with cap box and cartridge box worn side by side. In his belt is a .54 caliber M1842 single shot percussion pistol and holds a saber that appears to be of undetermined Confederate manufacture.

Waites, John Roades                         Pvt                   F          TNG, Pen, Find, Roots, CWS&SS, Int.
He was born on the 15 January 1841 in Overton Co, TN, the son of  Joshua and Mary Polly (Reynolds) Waits. He enlisted 15 December 1862 at Overton Co,TN. Captured 4 July 1863 at Pelham, TN and sent to Nashville, TN, 9 July 1863 then sent Louisville, KY, and onwards on 20 Jul 1863 to Camp Chase, OH. On the 24 Aug 1863 he was transferred to Camp Douglass, IL, and released from their on the on 20 Feb 1865 when he took the Oath of Allegiance. After the war he served as a Constable of Overton County. Of  dark complexion, with black hair and blue eyes and a height of 5' 61/2". He married Sarah Hyder on 19 November1860 in Overton Co, TN She was born on the 13 August 1838 in Overton Co and died 30 September 1861 also in Overton Co. She is buried in the Bear Creek Cemetery, Putnam Co, TN.
He next married Frances Elizabeth "Fannie" Wells on 10 September 1865 in Overton Co, TN She was born on the 29 November 1846 in Overton County, TN, and died 6 November 1933 again in Overton Co and is also buried in the Bear Creek Cemetery. They had four children: Mary Catherine (Nancy Arminda?), John Dillard, Martha A. and Minnie Alice Waites. Applied for a pension, number S5305, on the 25 July 1903 which was rejected. Widows pension filed on the 21 July 1931, number W10212, when living at Cookville, TN. He died on the 10 July 1912 in Overton Co, TN, and is also buried in the Bear Creek Cemetery
 

Welch, Alexander “Alex”                  1st Sgt              D         TNG, Putnam, Pen, Find, Roots, Anc, CWS&SS, MOG.
He was born 29 November 1842  in White Co (now Putnam), TN, near the head of the Falling Water River, just west of Monterey, TN. He was the son of  James Mathias and Susie (Ricketts) Welch. He was 6'6" tall and had red or sandy colored hair and wore a size 14 shoe size. He died 30 January 1915 in Sand Springs, Putnam Co, and is also buried in the Sand Springs Cemetery, Putnam County, TN. When in the 25thTennessee Infantry Regiment, K Company, enlisted 2 May 1861 at Tullahoma, TN, discharged under the Conscript Act of 1862. Present but sick 25 Jul 186, contracted measles at Camp Myers, near Monroe, Overton Co, TN. When in the 28th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, H Company, enlisted 27 November 1862 at McMinnville, TN, discharged some time after August 1863. When in the 84th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, D Company, enlisted/transferred? 27 November 1862. Its possible that he was a 2nd Lieutenant when he was sent home some time after the Battle of Nashville, TN, 15-16 December 1864 to recruit more men and was on his way back when news reached him of the surrender. He married Catherine Lee on the 19 October 1865 near Woodcliff, Putnam Co, TN. She was born 16 June 1843(1845?) in Overton Co, TN, and died 9 June 1928 in Putnam Co and is buried Sand Springs Cemetery, Putnam County, TN. She was the daughter of Augustine and Rachel (Nichols) Lee. They had ten children: James Mathias, Martha Elizabeth, William Wesley "Bud", Susan, Augusta Jackson, Thomas Alexander, Harvey Dillard, Nathan Debrial, Ruthie Jane and Jefferson Lafayette Welch. After the war he was a prominent Democratic politician and for a time worked at the Putnam County Court House as Constable (Justice of the Peace). He also worked as a judge in several elections and was a delegate to many Democratic State Conventions. He served the longest as a justice of the peace from the 1880's until he died in 1915. Pension applied for S3759 on the 30 May 1905 which was granted. His wife filed for a widows pension S3793 on the 26 February 1915 which was granted. His brother John Welch was also in the 84th Tenn Inf.

West, Alexander “Alex” Washington           Pvt       B          Int, Pension, TNG, Find, CWS&SS, MOG
He was born 10 May 1840 in Overton County, TN, the son of Anderson and Mary "Polly" (West) West. He enlisted in the Autumn of 1861 in the 25th TN Infantry under Col. S. S. Stanton Enlisted (transferred?) on the 15 November 1862 at McMinnville, TN, in the 28thTenn Inf Reg, F Company. Listed as a deserter 17 Jan 1863 (Absent without leave 20 days). Rejoined from desertion 1 Mar 1863. He enlisted 15 Nov 1863 at McMinnville, TN, in the 84th Tenn Inf Reg, B Company. At some time during the war a doctor had lanced his back. Transferred to 3rd Engineer Troop until close of the war. He was paroled at Charlotte, NC on 26 April 1865. He married Ester Elvirey Walker about 1859 in Putnam Co, TN she was the daughter of  William and Mary "Polly" (Conaster) West. They had seven children: Julia Ann, Robert A., John A., William, Mary, Leeann and Arminda West. She was born 27 December 1837 in Overton Co, TN, and died 2 April 1898 in Putnam Co,TN, and is buried in the Walker-West Cemetery, Putnam Co, TN. He next married Adelade (Finley) Rector on the 5 Sep 1902 in Putnam Co, TN. She was born 16 Jun 1856 in White Co, TN, and died 14 Mar 1938 in Putnam Co, TN, and is buried in the Brotherton Cemetery, Putnam Co, TN. She was the daughter of Dr. Bluford and Adelade (Johnson) Finley and was the widow of Isaac E. Rector who died in 1900. Applied for a pension on the 10 March 1903, S4753, while at Brotherton, Putnam Co, TN this was rejected. His widow, Adlade (Finley) West applied for a Confederate Widows pension, #10891.He died on the 6 August 1928 in Putnam Co, TN, and is buried in the Walker-West Cemetery of the same county. He was the brother of Woodrow Wilson West also of the 84th Tenn Inf. 

West, Woodrow Wilson                     Pvt                   B(F in 28th)                  Int, Find, Anc, CWS&SS.
He was bon on the 10 July 1835 in Overton County, TN, the son of Anderson and Mary (West) West. He enlisted on the 15 Nov 1862 at McMinnville, TN. Contracted pneumonia at Tullahoma, TN. Listed as a deserter 17 Jan 1863 (Absent without leave 20 days). Transferred to 3rd Engineer Troop until close of the war. Paroled at Charlotte, NC on 26 Apr 1865 and took the Oath of Allegiance 5 May 1865. He made a pension application, S4001, on the 17 February 1902 which was accepted, while living at Brotherton, Putnam Co, TN. He married Nancy Jane Jones about 1861 in Putnam County, TN, they had nine children: John Anderson, James, Isaac Alex, George, William P., Robert, Dawson, Dillard and Julia West. She was born on the the15 Mar 1836 in Jackson Co, TN, and died 19 Jan 1902 also in Putnam Co, TN, and is the daughter of  John and Marvan Lucinda (Upton) Jones. She is buried in the West Family Cemetery, Shady Grove (east of Cookville), Putnam County, TN. He died 21 Sep 1916 in Putnam County, TN, and is butied in the West Family Cemetery, Shady Grove (east of Cookville), Putnam County, TN. His brother, Alexander “Alex” Washington West, also served in the 84th Tenn Inf. 

Whaley, S. B.                                     Capt                 E(I in 28th)       Wiki, TCW, CWS&SS, Int.
He enlisted at Smithville, DeKalb Co, TN, on the 25 November 1862. Became Company I 28th. The last company of Confederate infantry was enlisted by S. B. Whaley almost a year later, in November of 1862; it became Company E of the 84th Regiment. S.B. Whaley, Co. E. Enrolled November 25 at Smithville, DeKalb County. Became I, 28th Consolidated.
 

Woods, W. L.                                     Capt                 C(G in 28th)     Wiki, Int, CWS&SS,
W. L. Woods, C Company. Enrolled November 19, 1862 at McMinnville, Warren County, TN. Became G Company, 28th Consolidated. 

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