Private Green Thomas Brown
He was born near McMinnville, Warren County, TN, on the 18 August 1839. The son of Thomas and Mary Elizabeth (Morton) Brown.
Enlisting in the Regiment 18 May 1861.
Wounded at Pocotaligo, SC, in December 1861, this happened when Franklin Stipes accidentally shot him in the left leg. Due to this he was on crutches for three months, during this time he was allowed home to convalesce for three weeks.
He was again wounded, this time at the Battle of Perryville (Chaplin Hills), 8 October 1862.
He up and walked away from the war on 4 November 1862 when near Tullahoma but returned to the Regiment on the 18 March 1863.
He married Nancy Cheek Bond, a war widow of Wilson Marion Thompson, on the 22 February 1866 in Warren County, TN. They had three children: James A., Howard J. and Leonard A. Brown. She was the daughter of James W and Naomi (Wright) Bond.
Applied for a pension, number #6400, on 22 August 1904, when living with his wife and granddaughter. This was accepted on 29 January 1907.
He died on the 4 (18) October 1912 and is buried at the Methodist Church Cemetery, Scotts Hill, near Lexington, Henderson County, TN. He's buried with his wife.