7th Tennessee Infantry — September 12 -14, 1861

Posted on Sunday, September 18th, 2011

September 12, 1861: Cheat Mountain Summary, (West) Virginia
Although all of Lee’s troops had been in their assigned positions the coordinated attack never occurred. Apparently, it had been up to Col. Rust, leading the 3rd Arkansas […]

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7th Tennessee Infantry — September 10 – 11, 1861

Posted on Monday, September 12th, 2011

7th Tennessee Infantry – September 10-11, 1861
September 10, 1861: 7th Tennessee on the move, (West) Virginia
 The movement of the 7th TN was reported by Archibald Norris, Company K: “Left camp at eight o’clock to this […]

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7th Tennessee Infantry — September 5-6, 1861

Posted on Thursday, September 8th, 2011

7th Tennessee Infantry — September 5, 1861: On duty at Mingo Flats, (West) Virginia
“Commenced raining about 2 at night, rained steady till 3 in the evening. Provisions gave out. I with others had to go […]

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7th Tennessee Infantry — September 1 – 4, 1861

Posted on Monday, September 5th, 2011

7th Tennessee Infantry — September 1 – 4, 1861:
September 01, 1861: 7th TN at Big Springs, (West) Virginia
Jeremiah’s second Muster Roll Card indicated that he was Present for September and October. Copy attached. Col. Hatton […]

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7th Tennessee Infantry — August 29, 1861 : western Virginia

Posted on Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

7th Tennessee Infantry — August 29, 1861 :  western Virginia
The rain continued. Captain John Goodner, who was in Company F with Jeremiah, wrote a letter to Lizzie Floyd, dated 29 August 1861- “I expected and […]

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7th Tennessee Infantry — August 25, 1861

Posted on Thursday, August 25th, 2011

 
 
 
 7th Tennessee Infantry — August 25, 1861
Somehow mail got through the muddy mountain roads to Big Springs. Archibald Norris, of Company K, “Received a fine letter from Pa, Uncle Lamb and Aunt Betty. The first […]

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7th Tennessee Infantry — August 23-24, 1861

Posted on Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

 
7th Tennessee Infantry–
August 23, 1861—
At Big Springs, Col. Hatton wrote that there had been rain for all but three days of the past three weeks. He searched for a better campsite for the 7th and […]

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