Fishing Creek Causality List

We are sorry we cannot give the names of all who were wounded in our regiment. General Zollicoffer and Lieutenant Baily Peyton were killed at this time. We give the names of all who were killed, but cannot of the wounded and missing. John L. Rhea, had two or three balls pass through his clothing, but escaped unhurt.


William Dunlap, Company A
Lieut. J. Conley, Company B
Jos, Smith, Company D
Charlie Clemenson, Company E
Lieut. J. Carleton, Company G
Sergeant Middleton, Company H
Isaac Carmack, Company I
Leander Welch, Company I
Josiah Woodall, Company I
Carroll Carmack, Company K


James Campbell, Company D
K. P. Sharp, Company D
David Roller, Company D
Billie Vestal, Company E
Sam Cox, Company G
S. G. Edgeman, Company H
Andrew G. Johnson, Company K
_____ Moneyham, Company K
_____ Marshall, Company K
James Powers, Company A, Company C
Abner Vernon, Martin Harr, Company C
James Webb, Lafayette Baker, Company C


Lafayette Baker
John Baker
John White
R. C. Crozier, of Company E
Abner Vernon, of Company C


Lieut. G. W. Hull
John Jordan
W. H. Barger
George Graham
Martin Harr
James Webb, of Company C
David Roller, of Company D

Fishing Creek Causality List

 Old Nineteenth History | AHGP Tennessee

Source: The Old Nineteenth Tennessee Regiment, C. S. A., June 1861 - April 1865, by Dr. W. J. Worsham, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1902.


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