Sarah Elizabeth Lindsey was previously married to Fred Dalton Thompson (1959 - 1985). Company B, Swihart, Palmer, Miller, Staley, Garvin, Hassler,Vroman, Amweg/Omwake, McAninch, Ningan Steele Lindsey,27th Tennessee Infantry, Report of Picketts Charge; Major Charles S. Peyton; 19th Virginia Infantry, The David Vroman Family; Patriots of Ohio. Looking for some great streaming picks? The Hornets Nest finally broke in the evening and Chalmers pushed on toward Grants last line, but because of the terrain and a strong Federal defense , the attack was called off. Leave a message for others who see this profile. L  >  LindseY  |  G  >  Gosnell  >  Sarah Elizabeth (LindseY) Gosnell, WIKITREE HOME   |   ABOUT   |   G2G FORUM   |   HELP   |   SEARCH. The 51st/52nd Tenn., along with the 8th Tenn. Reg’t were placed at the front of Donelson’s Brigade for this charge where they would attack uphill between the Widow Gibson’s house and the Benton Road around 4:30 p.m. The Fifty-second was placed on the left of the brigade and marched toward Spain Field in line of battle, camps of the Union Army could be seen near the field. As war fever swept across Tennessee in 1861, the majority of the people in Hardin County had voted to stay in the Union. Donelson and A.P. Elizabeth Lindsey was born on April 17, 1956 in Oahu, Hawaii, USA as Elizabeth Kapu'uwailani Lindsey. William David Lee was born in Alabama during the year 1844. Spouse(s) John W. Cook 1846 - 1918. He stated he traveled 38 miles to the rendezvous. Two company’s of the Fifty-second were allowed to continue the fight, David’s Company B and Company C. General Chalmers stated the companies of , ” J. David appears in the 1870 U. S. Census of Hardin County; District 14 as “William”, 26 years of age. Pool, District 2; Woodman Stanton, District 1; J. Reed, District 8; James Taylor, District 11; Wiley Waldo, District 5; W.M. He was also the person that would recruit the men that would become Company B, 52nd Tennessee. Sarah Elizabeth Lindsey married John W. COOK and had 5 children. Many regiments had already been raised in the summer months and were currently in the field defending Tennessee from invasion. 2.) Contribute. WIKITREE PROTECTS MOST SENSITIVE INFORMATION BUT ONLY TO THE EXTENT STATED IN THE TERMS OF SERVICE AND PRIVACY POLICY. 1.) Relationships. Also in the household was his wife Sarah; age 21, with daughters Nancy; 4yrs. photos, [1] It's a rough draft and needs to be edited. On the company muster roll dated June 30, 1862 is a notation, “Died March 4, 1862.” No cause for his death is noted. If so, login to add it. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Sarah Elizabeth LindseY born 1774 Greenville, South Carolina, United States died 1810 Greenville, South Carolina, United States including ancestors + descendants + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community. If not, see our friends at Ancestry DNA. Joab Alexander (J.A.) 8.) A second Union line was brought forward; neither could it stem the hard-driving Tennesseans. A Federal officer of the 44th Indiana stated that “the fight here was the hottest of the day”, speaking of his portion in the line where Chalmers Brigade attacked. In early April the regiment would be placed in Brig. Pierce, District 11; Drury Parker, District 2; Marion Polk, District 2; Aaron Pool, District 2; F.M. Do you want us to keep you updated about changes for this person?Please insert your email address: © company director check, It moved with it’s brigade from Corinth and into Kentucky as part of Bragg’s invasion of Kentucky. On the morning of April 6, 1862 David was back in Hardin County, preparing to make an attack against the Union Army that occupied the southwest portion of his county; around the area of Shiloh Church. In the 1860 census he is listed as living in District 14  with his parents Joseph C. and Nancy. Greer; 18th & 45th Tennessee Inf. J.S. Martin, District 6; W.K. Cooley – Listed in the 1860 Census as Francis M. Cooley. Hampton, District 6; R.L. Garner, district unknown (listed from Hardin County on Oath.) All of the men he named were from Hardin or western Wayne counties, which is where Company F was raised. Thompson's daughter Elizabeth "Betsy" Thompson Panici died from an accidental overdose of prescription drugs on January 30, 2002. Frederick enlisted as a private on December 4, 1861 at Henderson Station, Tennessee. 10.)

Elizabeth Lindsey was born on April 17, 1956 in Oahu, Hawaii, USA as Elizabeth Kapu'uwailani ... Born: April 17, 1956 STARmeter. The men in Gray had gained a temporary success, driving back Negley’s division and Cruft’s Brigade.”, “It was however, a heartbreaking, Pyrrhic victory. J.W. Is this your ancestor? Steward/Stewart –  Listed as Martin Stewart in the 1860 Census, enlisted as B.M. Booth, District 2; R.J. Bratton, District 5; Jesse G. Carson, District 2; H.L. While Thompson was attending law school, both his wife and he worked to pay for his education and support their three children. After 1880 David and Sarah are lost in the census records forever, their whereabouts after 1880 is unknown. He enrolled as a private on December 4, 1861 at Henderson Station, Tennessee. Dalton Issue Flag of the 51st/52nd Consolidated Tennessee Infantry. Hardy M.B. This is shown by the December 4 , 1861 enlistment date on many of the Hardin County men’s service records. Chalmers attack was soon stopped, the brigade was ordered to the Hamburg-Savannah Rd. Colonel W. L. Moore was out in front, leading the Eighth Tennessee. 9.) B. Martin Stewart., See Nancy A. died on November 2,1942 after a fall while visiting her sister in Trenton,Tennessee, she had lived in Missouri and Ohio with her son Granville Alexander. Enoch was sent to Camp Chase, Ohio and was transferred to Point Lookout, Md.

Not only does Captain Russell seem to have been a good leader, it would appear he was also a very good organizer for the Confederate Army on the east side of the Tennessee River in Hardin County. Francis enlisted as a private on December 4, 1861 at Henderson Station, Tennessee. Lee on December 4, 1861 at Henderson Station. Unharmed, he had freed himself after being pinned under his dying horse and then dashed madly after his regiment. To the memory of William David Lee; by your Grandson: An Examination of Hardin County and the 52nd Tennessee Inf. film, A. Russell and A. N. Wilson fought gallantly in the ranks of the 5th Mississippi. Many of the men who are listed as deserters can later be found on the rolls of Biffle’s (19th) Tenn. Cavalry and Wilson’s (21st) Tenn. Cavalry Regiments. We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile. Hardin County was still considered a wild backwoods place in 1860, the Tennessee River cuts through the center of the county which made several communities lively places in the river trade . Arendell, District 4; John Arendell, District 3; J. Austin, District 14 (recruit); S. Austin, District 14 (recruit); W.H. Help keep Fred Dalton Thompson and Sarah Elizabeth Lindsey profile up to date. No reason was given for the hospital stay. Russell organized and lead a large contingent of Hardin County men 40 miles to enlist in the Confederate Army. His mother Edith and brother Malcom were living in District 2 with Edith’s new husband; widower John W. Lindsey. Polk, born 1839, Tennessee. In James Lee McDonough’s book “Stones River-Bloody winter in Tennessee”; he gives the following account of the attack made by Donelson’s Tennessee Brigade along the left side of the railroad following the Nashville Turnpike on December 31st. Elizabeth Lindsey was born on April 17, 1956 in Oahu, Hawaii, USA as Elizabeth Kapu'uwailani Lindsey. The 51st/52nd Tennessee had gone into the fight with 270 men, it lost in killed, wounded, and missing 76 men. His age … He is listed as 25 years old, number of miles to the rendezvous was 40. She is an actress and director, known for, Thu, Oct 29

In late December, 1862 the Union Army started an advance on Murfreesboro, Bragg prepared to defend Middle Tennessee. Another son and a daughter were born soon thereafter. F.M. Chalmers Brigade brigade would be engaged in several sharp fights throughout the day, ending up at the Union strong point, the “Hornets Nest”. CONTENT MAY BE COPYRIGHTED BY WIKITREE COMMUNITY MEMBERS. UK Company Directors Reports, Free Company Director Check, Company Director Search. They helped take some of the guns from the 19th Indiana Battery and to scatter their infantry support. It also says he is 18 Years old, eyes are hazel, complexion is light and has straight brown hair. “Advancing from the left side of the Cowan house were the Eighth and Thirty-eighth Tennessee regiments, along with most of Colonel Chester’s Fifty-first Tennessee. He did not return to the regiment but served in Biffle’s 19th (9th)Tennessee Cavalry with his younger brother Samuel, who was a corporal in Company F. According to Nathan Columbus Davis, who lived near Savannah, Hardin County and served in Company F, Biffle’s 19th Cavalry, “Dave Lee and Sam Lee” served in his company during the war. It notes that his wound is in the thigh, above the right knee. He was born 1845 in Tennessee and was living on his fathers farm in District 14. It was now Donelson’s turn to attack, in this situation David’s mind must have drifted back to the attack on the Hornets Nest at Shiloh. Also in the J.W. Enter a grandparent's name. The Union army seemed to be routed, but a defensive line was established along the railroad and Nashville Turnpike; a circular clump of cedar trees in this part of the field was  known by the locals as Round Forest. Once I had my District 14 soldier prospects, I started going through each mans Individual Compiled Confederate Service Record from the National Archives.