Private Washington Bohanas Lafayette
He was born on the 27 July 1837 in Warren Co, TN.
He enlisted 10 November 1862 at Tullahoma, following his two brothers Leander B. and William Columbus Campbell into the Regiment.
Wounded at Murfreesboro (Stones River) 31 December 1862, shot through right hand cutting tendons leaving the hand useless, although it wasn't amputated but he was unable to use it, is listed as probably captured at Murfreesboro.
Still on muster rolls during July and August 1863. Still on muster rolls as of March and April 1864,
States he went home for good on the 30 June 1863.
Signed the Oath 25 January 1865.
He lived in Coffee Co, TN.
Pension application #1270 filed on 10 May1893.
He married Elizabeth Catherine Frazier, born 9/14/1833 in Coffee Co. died 19 September 1918, they had and two children: Charles Thomas and John Campbell. She was the daughter of Robert Thompson Frazier and Elizabeth B. (Halpain) Frazier.
Widow pension #629 filed 30 September1905 by Elizabeth C. Campbell, which was accepted.
He died 18 December 1905 in Cannon Co. TN. And they are both buried in Welker Cemetery, Manchester, Coffee Co, TN.