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Marietta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 11
The Nashville Dispatch announces the death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 11
The Nashville Dispatch announces the death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.
Gen Loring (search for this): article 11
The Nashville Dispatch announces the death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta,th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.
John W. Johnston (search for this): article 11
The Nashville Dispatch announces the death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.
Featherstone (search for this): article 11
death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspth ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.
The Nashville Dispatch announces the death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.
The Nashville Dispatch announces the death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.
Gen Guenvus (search for this): article 11
The Nashville Dispatch announces the death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.
The Nashville Dispatch announces the death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.
The Nashville Dispatch announces the death of Peter Bashaw, the last Revolutionary soldier in Tennessee, who died near that city, on the 20th ult, at the great age of 101 years. Since Gen Loring assumed command of the "Army of Mississippi," now with Gen. Johnston, Brig Gen. Featherstone has commanded Loring's division, and Col Melion, of the 3d Mississippi Featherstone's brigade. Col Ed O Cook, of the 32d Tennessee regiment, was wounded on the 22d of June, and died at Marietta, Ga, on the night of the 23d. A correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy recommends Gen Guenvus W Smith as the successor of Lieut Gen Polk.