Cavalry, Co. B
the home of the 12th
TN Cavalry, CSA! Excellent website!
12th Tennessee (Green's) Cavalry was organized February 14, 1863, in
occupied West Tennessee. It was also known as the 1st Regiment Tennessee
Partisan Rangers and as the 12th Regiment Tennessee partisan Rangers.
The company was transferred illegally in August, 1863 to serve as Co. A,
16th (Logwood's) Tennessee Cavalry
until December 1863, when it was ordered back to the 12th Regiment by
command of General FORREST. It subsequently became Co. I, 3rd
Tennessee (Forrest's) Cavalry .
D. MUNROE enrolled for duty on October 18, 1862, when the unit was
still called the "Partisan Rangers." He was captured at
Hickory Wythe (in Fayette Co., TN) on June 5, 1863, and was sent as a
prisoner of war to the Federal prison at Alton,
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Infantry, Co. E
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These men were members
of "The Dixie Rifles," a unit that was formed mostly of men from
Moscow, Fayette Co., TN. Sam Houston ALLEN and Gustavus Watts ALLEN were
brothers. You will find more information about this family when I add the
family group sheets for the Fayette County ALLENs.
S. H. ALLEN
T. B. ALLEN
G. W. ALLEN
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