Originally D, then H. The 10th Tennessee Infantry was organized at Nashville, Tennessee, from May until August 1862, and mustered in for a three-year enlistment under the command of Colonel Alvan Cullem Gillem. Mustered in at Nashville, April 26 to August 27, 1862; mustered out at Greeneville, Tennessee, May 25, and at Knoxville, June, 1865. John B. Leo Letters, 18631865, 1884 Enrolled at Savannah, Hardin County; mustered in June 5, 1862; mustered out at Knoxville, June 20, 1865. INFANTRY REGIMENT, U.S.A. P1749 Company H - Men mostly from other states, with some from the 3rd District. Queen, Middleton L. Moore, William W. Mount, Co. I. Transcripts of two diaries kept by Pettie while on the Sibley Expedition (1863) into Dakota Territory and while later serving with the Union Army (1864-1865) in Kentucky and Indiana, as well as a folder of genealogical information about Pettie and his descendants compiled by Petties great-grandson, Norbert McCrady. This regiment (was also called 10th Regiment Volunteer Missouri Infantry) was organized at St. Louis, Mo., August, 1861. Men from Nashville. View our Privacy Policy. Description: Diary of a musician of Company A, Tenth Minnesota Infantry, while stationed in Mississippi and Alabama and continuing through his journey to and discharge from Fort Snelling. Also add the 6th and 10th Louisiana Infantry, which both contained a large number of Irish immigrants. Schroeder-Lein, Glenna R., and Richard Zuczek. : See the finding aid in the library (P2735). Welcome to the Col. Randal W. McGavock Camp Home Page. MNHS call number:See the finding aid in the library (McConnell, Henry). of the Cumberland, to June, 1863. . Alvan C. Gillem was appointed colonel of this regiment May 13, 1862, at which time only three companies had been mustered into service. Charles Johnson, a son of President Andrew Johnson who enlisted as assistant surgeon in the 10th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry in the Fall of 1862 [1] The 10th Tennessee Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. With the outbreak of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 in August, the Tenth's services were retained for state defense. On December 10, 1864, the 2nd/l0th/20th/ 37th Tennessee Infantry Regiments, along with the 37th Georgia Regiment and the 4th Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters formed a brigade commanded by Lieutenant Colonel William M. Shy, in General Bates Division. McAfee, Michael J. The 10th Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. 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Posted on November 27, 2016 by. Reprint: Harrisburg, PA: National Historical Society, 1971. It rejoined the main army in time for the Battle of Nashville December 15-16. Mustered in at Nashville, April 26 to August 27, 1862; At Raymond the regiment suffered 52 casualties, including Colonel MacGavock, who was killed. Tales of the Tenth Regiment, Minnesota Volunteersby Two Soldiers. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society. Generals in Blue: Lives of the Union Commanders. In response, the Tenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment formed between August and November of that year. It mustered out June 23, 1865. This information in regard to these officers and soldiers of the U. S. Army now languishing in Southern prisons is regarded as entirely reliable, it having been obtained by Colonel Irvine from officers captured at Chickamauga and confirmed by personal conversations with General Dow, who himself saw these persons and knows the facts. On the 10th of May, 1865, the Regiment was marched to . He was arrested; and his lieutenant colonel obeyed the order at once. Ordered to Bridgeport, Alabama, September 24, 1863. On January 2, 1864, the regiment was assigned to the 1st Brigade, District of Nashville, of the XII Corps. R. Weitmuller, David Floerke, Co. D. Price) 23rd TN Infantry Co C. 24th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, Co. G., Duck River Rifles (hosted at Duck River Rifles) 37th Tennessee Infantry Regiment. Brig. 10th Minnesota national battle flag, c.18611865. Photocopies of letters from Henry McConnell, of Red Wing (Minn.), to his wife Delia. Bates Division had 319 casualties at Franklin. Correspondence between Pickett and various relatives and friends during his Civil War and Dakota Conflict of 1862 service with the 10th Minnesota Infantry. 10th Tennessee Regiment, CO.E. The latter claimed that he rented his house. 1887. 10th Regiment Infantry: Nashville Union Guards . Search MNHS websites, as well as Collections Online, Finding Aids and other resources. John B. Leo Letters 1863-1865. Also present at Fort Henry in October, 1861 were Captain Jesse Taylors Company of Artillery, and Captains Ham-bricks and Bacots companies of Colonel Nathan B. Forrests Battalion of Cavalry. Entries are scattered and brief, describing weather, health, and troop movements. Photocopies of letters from Henry McConnell, of Red Wing (Minn.), to his wife Delia. A letter from Captain Oliver D. Greene, Assistant Adjutant General, dated July 17, 1862, gives some indication of the circumstances under which the regiment was organized. Jennison took command of the regiment. Originally E then D. The Brigade reported a total of 1415 engaged, with 652 casualties. Charles L. Davis Civil War Papers, 1862-1865. The Civil War Diary of a Minnesota Volunteer: Henry Ahsenmacher, 18621865. John G. ONeill, James McMurray, Co. A. I found it was, and verbally directed Major Thurneck that he must live with his men. The Tenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment takes part in a series of dramatic charges on December 15 and 16, 1864, sweeping the Confederates from the battlefield at Nashville, Tennessee. On October 19, 1863, two companies were at Camp Rosecrans, with the 2nd U. S. Colored Infantry, guarding the construction of the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, 30 miles from Nashville. Although Tennessee was officially a Confederate state in the conflict, the state would furnish the most units of soldiers for the Union Army than any other state within the Confederacy, totaling . I shall give the requisite orders, but it is my duty to express the apprehension that we shall thus lose the services of a regiment. Seven letters and one photograph of John B. Leo, an Irish immigrant who enlisted in Company H, Tenth Regiment, Minnesota Infantry at the start of the U.S.-Dakota War (Aug. 1862) and served, there and in the Civil War, until 1865. http://www.mnopedia.org/group/tenth-minnesota-volunteer-infantry-regiment (accessed May 1, 2023). Formerly G. The letters contain information on the personnel and movements of the Tenth Minnesota Infantry, Company D. The papers include two undated chronologies and a memorandum detailing his military service. 1st Brigade, 4th Division, District of East Tennessee, to June, 1865. Ordered to Greenville April 24, 1865, and duty in District of East Tennessee until June. 70 vols. Nashville, TN: W.E. The 10th Tennessee Infantry was organized at Nashville, Tennessee, from May until August 1862, and mustered in for a three-year enlistment under the command of Colonel Alvan Cullem Gillem. Manuscript Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul Reconnoissance to Iuka, Miss., January 9. P939 Between June and September, the regiment took part in General Henry Sibley's Punitive Expedition in Dakota Territory, pushing the remaining Dakota west to the Missouri River. Posted on November 27, . Warner, Ezra J. Mustered in July 4, 1862. Gillems Regiment. Never fully organized. Originally H, then I. Men from Nashville. a few sent to guard engineers who survey the road 6 or 8 miles in our front and the necessary foraging guards to procure forage for our animals. MNHS call number:E83.86 .G53 1988. Originally K, then G. Mustered in June 5, 1862; men from Davidson, Bedford, and Rutherford Counties; mustered out at Knoxville, June 10, 1865. His Excellency ABRAHAM LINCOLN: I hope my telegram of 8th instant, by courier, in regard to ordering Tennessee regiments here, and requesting the appointment of Col. Alvan C. Gillem, of the army, commanding First Middle Tennessee Infantry, as brigadier-general, has been received and favorably acted upon. Company L - Only 41 men. I finally sent a surgeon to examine. Men from Nashville, Davidson County. Historical Reminiscences of Services in Dakota and Minnesota Lewis C. Waggoner, John H. Handy, W. L. McConnico, Co. E. There it joined Union forces under General George H. Thomas. On January 2, 1864, the regiment was assigned to the 1st Brigade, District of Nashville, of the XII Corps. Eggleston, Michael A. The Tenth sustains one killed and twenty-one wounded at the battle of Tupelo, Mississippi. Manuscript Notebooks Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul Tennessee in June of 1864. 1st Brigade, Defenses of Nashville, Tennessee, January 1864. On June 14, 1862, Colonel Stanley Matthews, at Nashville, reported there were no troops in Nashville except the Provost Guard and the unorganized First Tennessee Regiment (Governors Guards).. 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, Reserve . "Tenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment." MNHS call number:E515.5 10th E44 2012 Guard duty on Nashville & Northwestern Railroad, and garrison and guard duty at Nashville, Tennessee, until April 1865. Following those Union victories, the Tenth occupied Montgomery, Alabama and then moved to Meridian, Mississippi. Organized at Nashville, Tenn., May to August, 1862. Permission to enroll prisoners was denied at this time. Guard duty on Nashville & Northwestern Railroad, and garrison and guard duty at Nashville, Tennessee, until April 1865. On December 31, 1863, it was reported as one of the regiments along the line of the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad. After garrison duty in Missouri and Kentucky, the regiment joined the 1st Brigade, 1st Division of the 16th Army corps in Memphis, Tennessee in June of 1864. Men from Nashville. ANDREW JOHNSON, I Saw the Ravages of an Indian War: A Diary Written by Amos E. Galnville, Sr., Co. "F" 10th Minnesota Volunteers, August 25, 1863 to July 29, 1863. ; copied and edited by John K. Glanville and Carrol G. Glanville. R. Weitmuller, David Floerke, Co. D. Hunt in the Sioux Indian and Civil Wars of 1862-1865,[undated]. The 10th Tennessee Infantry mustered out of service at Nashville, Tennessee April 2-May 17, 1865. I found it was, and verbally directed Major Thurneck that he must live with his men. In the war's aftermath, six companies of the regiment were present at the December 26 hanging of thirty-eight Dakota prisoners in Mankato. Tenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Minnesota People Records Search (Birth, Death, etc. Historical Reminiscences of Services in Dakota and Minnesota. The 10th Tennesse is actually a grouping of two separate regiments from Napoleonic Wars: the Marins de la Garde Impriale and the 4th Regiment of Foot, the King's Own. On April 9, 1865 the Fourth Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, commanded by Colonel Anderson Searcy, composed of the 2nd, 3rd Volunteers, 10th, 15th, 18th, 20th, 26th, 30th, 32nd, 37th, and 45th Regiments, and the 23rd Tennessee Infantry Battalion formed one regiment in Brigadier General Joseph B. Palmers Brigade of Major General Cheathams Division which was paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina May 1, 1865. The regiment plays a prominent role in the Union victory at the battle of Nashville, Tennessee. It was attached to Dept. Last edited on 27 November 2022, at 13:44, 154th Senior Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, Lists of American Civil War Regiments by State, Hancock's diary, or, A history of the Second Tennessee Confederate Cavalry: with sketches of First and Seventh Battalions: also, portraits and biographical sketches: two volumes in one (1887), https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Tennessee_Confederate_Civil_War_units&oldid=1124129767, 1st (Turney's) Tennessee Infantry (1st Regiment, 2nd (Robison's) Tennessee Infantry (Walker Legion), 2nd (Walker's) Tennessee Infantry (5th Confederate Infantry; 9th Confederate Infantry; 5th Confederate Regiment, Tennessee Infantry), 3rd (Vaughan's) Tennessee Infantry (Lillard's 3rd Cavalry, 3rd Mounted Infantry), 26th Tennessee Infantry (3d East Tennessee Volunteers), 28th Tennessee Infantry (2nd Mountain Regiment, Volunteers), 31st (Bradford's) Tennessee Infantry (39th Infantry, 39th Mounted Infantry), 34th Infantry (4th Regiment Provisional Army of Tennessee, 4th Confederate Infantry), 39th (Avery's) Tennessee Infantry (4th Confederate Infantry), 40th Tennessee Infantry (5th Confederate Infantry, Walker's Regiment, Volunteers), 43rd Tennessee Infantry (5th East Tennessee Volunteers, Gillespie's Regiment), 48th (Nixon's) Tennessee Infantry (48th (Voorhies')-54th Consolidated Infantry), 55th (Brown's) Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 56th Tennessee Infantry Regiment (46th-55th (Brown's) Consolidated Tennessee Infantry), 59th Tennessee Infantry (1st (Eakin's) Tennessee Battalion; Cooke's Regiment; 59th Mounted Infantry), 61st Infantry (Pitts' Regiment, 61st Mounted Infantry, 81st Infantry), 63rd Tennessee Infantry (Fain's Regiment, 74th Infantry), 1st (Maney's/Feild's)-27th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment (25th Tennessee Infantry Regiment), 2nd (Walker's)-21st Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment (5th Confederate Infantry; 9th Confederate Infantry; 5th Confederate Regiment, Tennessee Infantry), 3rd (Clack's)-18th-30th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 4th-5th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 6th-9th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 8th-28th-84th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 11th-29th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 12th-22nd-47th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 13th-154th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 15th-37th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment (7th Regiment Provisional Army of Tennessee, 1st East Tennessee Rifle Regiment), 17th-23rd Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 25th-44th-55th (McKoin's) Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 31st-33rd Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 34th-24th (Btln) Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment (4th Confederate Regiment, Tennessee Infantry), 35th-48th (Nixon's) Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment (temporary) (5th Regiment Provisional Army of Tennessee, 1st Mountain Rifle), 45th-23rd (Btln) Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 46th-55th (Brown's) Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment (56th Tennessee Infantry), 48th (Voorhies')-54th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment (48th (Nixon's) Infantry), 49h-50th-7th (Texas) Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment (temporary) (Bailey's Tennessee Infantry Regiment), 50th-1st (Colms' Btln) Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 51st-52nd Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment, 1st Consolidated Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (1st-27th, 6th-9th, 8th-28th-84th and 16th Regiment and 34th-24th Sharpshooters), 2nd Consolidated Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (11th-29th, 12th-22nd-47th, 13th-154th, 50th and 51st-52nd Regiments), 3rd Consolidated Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (4th-5th, 19th, 24th, 31st-33rd, 35th, 38th and 41st Regiments and 22nd Battalion), 4th Consolidated Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (5th Confederate, 3rd-18th-30th, 10th, 15th-37th, 20th, 26th and 32nd Regiments and 45th-23rd Btln). Cuthbert B. James C. Green, Robert H. Clinton, Co. F. reorganized May 1, 1863; served as Sharpshooters for Maney's Brigade, Cheatham's Division, Army of Tennessee; as part of 1st Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment.Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Oliver A. Bradshaw. 1st Regiment Cavalry: 1st Middle Tennessee Cavalry: 1st West Tennessee Cavalry: 2nd Regiment Cavalry: 2nd West Tennessee Cavalry: 3rd Regiment Cavalry: 4th Regiment Cavalry: 5th Regiment Cavalry: 5th East Tennessee Cavalry . http://archive.org/details/08697590.3359.emory.edu. * * *Major Thurneck held on to his house by false representations-that his children and wife were so sick that removal would be at the risk of their lives. The letters are addressed to Annie in Faribault, Minnesota, whom he married circa 1863. FDC#62 Webmaster. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1964. Men from Clarksville, Montgomery County. It was originally recruited and designated as the 1st Middle Tennessee Infantry, largely from Irish-Americans. Finding that many other officers of the same regiment were making preparations to bring their families to live in houses under the same circumstances, and recognizing the injury to the service which must arise, I directed the provost marshal to cause the house to be vacated, as also other houses occupied by soldiers and officers without authority from these headquarters. MNHS call number:See the finding aid in the library (MicrofimM582: Hunt, Thomas J.). Search historic newspapers for advertisements and articles about people, events, and activities. Command encamped on the west end of Section 30, Northwestern Railroad, and distant from your city 28 with two companies of the First Middle (10th Regiment) Tennessee Infantry, and, so far as our forces are concerned, the advance of Federal troops in this direction. Queen, Middleton L. Moore, William W. Mount, Co. I. Also includes a receipt for music purchases at the St. Paul firm of Root & Cady. On June 6, 1864, Major General George H. Thomas directed the regiment be dropped from the returns of the Army of the Cumberland and transferred to Governor Andrew Johnson as a Governors Guard. On October 19, 1863, two companies were at Camp Rosecrans, with the 2nd U. S. Colored Infantry, guarding the construction of the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, 30 miles from Nashville. Beard, 1913. On December 14, 1863 the brigade consisted of the 37th Georgia Regiment, 4th Georgia Battalion Sharpshooters, 10th, 15th/ 37th, 20th, 30th Tennessee Infantry Regiments and 1st Tennessee Infantry Battalion. St. Paul: Pioneer Press Company, 1891. Eli K. Pickett Correspondence, 1861-1865. Transcripts of two diaries kept by Pettie while on the Sibley Expedition (1863) into Dakota Territory and while later serving with the Union Army (1864-1865) in Kentucky and Indiana, as well as a folder of genealogical information about Pettie and his descendants compiled by Petties great-grandson, Norbert McCrady. Eli K. Pickett Correspondence, 1861-1865. Miles Joyce, Co. B. Defenses of Nashville & Northwestern Railroad to January 1864. http://archive.org/details/minnesotacivil01minnrich, http://archive.org/details/08697590.3359.emory.edu, http://archive.org/details/warrebellionaco17offigoog, Battle of Birch Coulee, September 23, 1862, First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Second Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Third Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Fourth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Fifth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Sixth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Seventh Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Eighth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Ninth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Eleventh Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, First Battery of Minnesota Light Artillery, Second Battery of Minnesota Light Artillery, Second Company of Minnesota Sharpshooters, Fort Snelling in the Civil and USDakota Wars, 18611866.
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