Consolidation of the 1st and 27th Tennessee Regiments

Official January 1, 1863

 

 

Staff:

 

Colonel Hume R. Feilds (1st TN)

Lieutenant Colonel John L. House (1st TN)

Major A.C. Allen (27th TN)

Adjutant Thomas H. McKinney (1st TN)

Surgeon J.R. Buist (1st TN)

Surgeon  T.R. Wingo (27th TN)

Assistant Surgeon W.R. Hughes (1st TN)

Acting Quartermaster and Paymaster Matthew B. Pilcher (1st TN)

Acting Quartermaster Anthony S. Camp

Acting Commissary of Subsistence George W. Menees

 

Companies:

Company A-Formed from Company I of the 1st Tennessee Infantry

Captain Ledbetter

1st Lt. Murfree

2nd Lt. Wilkinson

3rd Lt. Ransom

 

Company B-Formed from various companies of the 27th Tennessee Infantry

Captain Lawler

1st Lt. Merritt

2nd Lt. Kerr

3rd Lt. Clarke

 

Company C-Formed from Company K of the 1st Tennessee Infantry

Captain Flourney

1st Lt. Woldridge

2nd Lt. Westmoreland

3rd Lt. Mosley

 

Company D-Formed from Company L of the 1st Tennessee Infantry

Captain Fulcher

1st Lt. McKinney

2nd Lt. Blunkall

3rd Lt. Cobb

 

Company E-Formed from Companies A, B, C of the 1st Tennessee Infantry

Captain Kelly

1st Lt. Maney

2nd Lt. Frierson

3rd Lt. Walsh

 

Company F-Formed from Company D of the 1st Tennessee Infantry

Captain Atkeison

1st Lt. Woldridge

2nd Lt. Brown

3rd Lt. Ridley

 

Company G-Formed from Companies E, F, G of the 1st Tennessee Infantry

Captain Irwin

1st Lt. Akin

2nd Lt. Smith

3rd Lt. Campbell

 

Company H-Formed from Company H of the 1st Tennessee Infantry

Captain Webster

1st Lt. Lee

2nd Lt. Lansdown

3rd Lt. Whitaker

 

Company I-Formed from various companies of the 27th Tennessee Infantry

Captain Beasley

1st Lt. Pettigrew

2nd Lt. Page

3rd Lt. Jones

3rd Lt. Williams

 

Company K-Formed from various companies of the 27th Tennessee Infantry

Captain Perry

1st Lt. Inman

2nd Lt. Beaver

 

*The 1st and 27th Tennessee Infantry was a single regiment officially on paper.  They usually acted as separate regiments on the field.  The three companies formed from the 27th Tennessee were put together with little regard for original company status.*

 

 

 

 

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