20th Tennessee Cavalry, CSA

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William Babb
Company C. Killed at Troy, Tennessee, Feb 15, 1863. [I suspect this individual was a member of Stewart-Logwood's 15th TN Cavalry rather than Russell's 20th -- rmp]
Source: Lindsley (1886)

R.A. Bailey
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in Tennessee, by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $1100. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Deserted May 23, 1864.
On report (as R.H. Baley) of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence: Gibson Co. TN; probable whereabouts: Yorkville.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

William Thomas Baird
Company A. "Attached by order Col. Greer" July 10, 1863. Sorrel horse valued at $1200. Present on roll for March/April 1864.
Born 1843, Gibson Co. TN. Married 1861 to Mary Catherine Baird in Gibson Co. TN. Died 1924 in Bradley Co. TN. Widow's pension file #8100.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]; Sherril (1992)

D. Baker
Company D. Enlisted November 20, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Sorrel mule valued at $400. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. On roll for May/June 1864, deserted May 20, 1864.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

G.G. Baker
Company D. Enlisted December 20, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Dark brown horse mule valued at $700. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. Admitted 1st Mississippi CSA Hospital, Jackson, MS, July 24, 1864; complaint "debilitas"; transferred October 13, 1864.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

H.C. Baker
Company C. On report (as 1st Cpl) of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence Gibson Co. TN; probable whereabouts Yorkville.
On roll of Prisoners paroled at Memphis for six days ending May 31, 1865. [20th Cavalry, unidentified regiment roll].
Source: Compiled Service Records [C,O]

Lee L. Baker
Company B. Enlisted September 15, 1863 at Henry County, TN, by Col. Greer, for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $1500. Present on roll for Feb/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle, AL May 4, 1865. Residence Henry Co. TN.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

Robert B. Baker
Company B. Enlisted July 1, 1863 at McLemoresville, TN, by Col. Greer, for 3 years. Sorrel mare valued at $700. Present on roll for Feb/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. "Formerly belonged to the 5th Tenn. Inf. Prov. Absent when term expired joined by order Col. Bell."
On roll of prisoners (as 2nd Sgt.) surrendered at Citronelle, AL May 4, 1865. Residence Henry Co. TN.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

W.R.B. Baker
Company B. Enlisted December 12, 1863 at Henry County, TN, by Col. Greer, for 3 years. Grey mare valued at $550. Present on roll for Feb/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. Wounded at Harrisburg.
On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle, AL May 4, 1865. Residence Carroll Co. TN
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

J. Polk Baldrige
Company I. Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Newbern, TN, by Col. Bell for 3 years. Gray horse valued at $500. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "absent without leave since June 8, 1864."
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence: Weakley Co. TN; probable whereabouts: Ralston Sta.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

John Barham
Company D. Enlisted April 1, 1864 at Carroll County, TN, by Capt. Shane for 3 years. Bay mule valued at $450. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. Wounded at Harrisburg. Died at hospital, Lauderdale Springs, MS, August 8, 1864.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

T.W. Barham
Company E. Enlisted April 1, 1864 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Sorrel mule valued at $800. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "captured at Macedonia, Tenn. Jan. 15, 1864." Wounded at Harrisburg.
Rennolds lists as killed at Pulaski.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Rennolds (1904/61)

W.H. Barham
Company E. Enlisted on September 17, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Grey horse valued at $700. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
Died during the War.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Rennolds (1904/61)

G. Thomas Barksdale
Company A. Enlisted September 17, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum, for 3 years. White mare valued at $1200. Present on roll for March/April 1864.
On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Carroll Co. TN
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #7964 was filed by G.T. Barksdale of Gibson County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

John H. Barnes
Greer's Regiment. POW records: Captured 12 miles from Huntingdon, TN, July 28, 1863. Received by Provost Marshall, Memphis, TN, August 6, 1863. Sent North August 11, 1863. Received Gratiot Street Prison, St. Louis, MO, August 14, 1863; discharged August 21, 1863. Received at Camp Morton, IN, August 22, 1863. Died at Camp Morton, February 26, 1864, of "pneumonia". Buried Green Lawn Cemetery, #808. Unit also given as "Grey's Battalion" and "Grier's Battery".
Buried in the Confederate Section, Crown Hill, Green Lawn Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN. Ingmire indexes as J.H. Barnes of "Grier's Texas Battalion".
Source: Compiled Service Records [G]; Ingmire (1915/84), p. 94

Robert S. Barnes
A.T. Gay's command. Tennesseans in the Civil War lists an R.S. Barnes as having served with the 20th. This may be the same individual as the "Bob Barnes" who served with A.T. Gay's 1864 Command.
On roll (as Robert Barns) of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Humboldt TN.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #8228 was filed by R.S. Barnes of Gibson County for service with the 20th Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [C], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

Francis M. Barnett
Greer's Regiment, Company D. POW Records: Captured 12 miles from Huntingdon, TN, July 28, 1863. Received by Provost Marshal, Memphis, TN, August 6, 1863. Sent north August 6, 1863. Gratiot Street Prison, St. Louis, MO. Received at Camp Morton, IN, August 22, 1863. At Camp Morton, applied for Oath of Allegiance: "A native of Tenn. desires to take oath & return to his home in Tennessee. Case doubtful." Died July 20, 1864, "Inflammation of the lungs." Buried Green Lawn, #970.
Buried in the Confederate Section, Crown Hill, Green Lawn Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN. Ingmire lists as F.M. Barnett of "Grier's Texas Battalion".
Source: Compiled Service Records [G]; Ingmire (1915/84), p. 94

J.L. Barnet
Company D. Surname may be Burnett, middle initial may be "C". Enlisted April 1, 1864 at Carroll County, TN, by Capt. Shane for 3 years. Claybank horse valued at $500. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "wounded at Tishomingo Creek June 10 in hospital." Another card states the wound was severe and in the left arm.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

T.W. Barnhill
Company F. Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Dyer County, TN, by Col. Greer (another card gives the location as Paris and the recruiter as Capt. Hallum). Claybank horse valued at $900. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. On roll for May/June 1864, "taken to former command May 23, 1864."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

W.R. Barron
Company B. Enlisted September 13, 1863 at Carroll County, TN, by Col. Greer, for 3 years. Killed by wound at Ft. Pillow, April 12, 1864. Described as being 25 yrs of age, blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5 ft 6 inches tall; farmer, born Carroll County.
Cimprich & Mainfort identify this individual as Reuben Burrow, but the service record microfilm suggests these are two different individuals.
The casualty list in the Official Records lists him as R.W. Barron, private, Co. B.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]; Lindsley (1886); Cimprich & Mainfort (1982); Official Records (I-33-3, p. 118)

W.H. Basfield
Company E. 2nd Corporal. Surname is more likely to be Barfield. Enlisted September 17, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Bomer for 3 years. Absent on roll for Mar/April 1864, "absent without leave Mar. 26, 1864." On roll for May/June 1864, deserted March 26, 1864.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #14379 was filed by W.H. Barfield of Henry County for service with the 20th Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

James W. Bass
Company A. 3rd Sergeant. Enlisted July 10, 1863 at Gibson County, TN, by Capt. Gay, for 3 years or the war. Sorrel horse valued at $500. Present on roll for March/April 1864.
On roll (as 3rd Sgt.) of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Gibson Co. TN.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

B.W. Battle
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in Tennessee, by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. Absent on roll for Mar/April 1864, "detached service March 13, 1864." Present on roll for May/June 1864. Wounded at Harrisburg.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

Charles "Charley" Beard
Company K. Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Conyersville by Col. Bell. Absent on roll for Mar/April 1864, "absent without leave from Apr. 23, 1864." Present on roll for May/June 1864. Killed in action at Harrisburg, July 14, 1864.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Rennolds (1904/61)

John R. Beard
Company K. Surname also given as "Baird". Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Conyersville by Col. Bell. Horse valued at $1000, killed at Okolona. Died of wound at Ft. Pillow, April 12, 1864. Described as age 32, blue eyes, dark hair, light complexion, 5 ft. 8 inches; farmer, born VA. Brother was also in regiment.
Resident of Henry County. "A bright minded moral young man who fell on top of the breastwork close to [A.V. Clark's] side".
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Cimprich and Mainfort (1982), Rennolds (1904/61), Lindsley (1886)

James H. Beavers
Company B. Enlisted September 15, 1863 at McLemoresville, TN, by Col. Greer, for 3 years. Deserted May 1, 1864.
POW Records: Received at Camp Morton, IN, February 4, 1864. Variously listed as "Gave himself up at Huntingdon, Tenn., Dec. 1, 1863" and captured at Huntingdon, TN, Jan 4, 1864. Applied for Oath at Camp Morton, IN: "Conscripted Oct. 1863 at Carroll Co. State of Tenn. desires to take the oath return to Tenn. and remain a loyal citizen." Released on Oath at Camp Morton, May 18, 1865: residence Huntington, TN, florid complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5 ft. 8-1/2 inches. Also listed as "Pvt., Co. E, Bell's Tenn. Cav." and "Pvt., Hogan's Co., Gray's Command".
Source: Compiled Service Records [R, G]

James Ab. Beck
Company B. 3rd Sergeant. Enlisted July 1, 1863 at McLemoresville, TN, by Col. Greer, for 3 years. Killed by wound at Ft. Pillow, April 12, 1864. Described as being 26 yrs of age, grey eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 6 ft tall, occupation sadler.
Lindsley (1886) lists him as J.A. Beach
The casualty report in the Official Records lists him as Jas. A. Beck, sergeant, Co. B.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]; Lindsley (1886); Official Records (I-33-3, p. 118)

F.E. Becton
Company C. Enlisted April 1, 1864 in West Tennessee, by Capt. Freeman for 3 years. Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "wounded and absent with leave since June 10, 1864." The date corresponds to the battle at Brices Crossroads.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

L.F. Becton
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in Tennessee, by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. Sorrel horse valued at $700. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Trenton TN. File contains 1916 Inquiry from TN Board of Pension Examiners.
Born 1846, TN. Married 1866, Harriett Ann Davidson, in Gibson Co. TN. Died, Gibson Co. TN. Widow's pension file #6311.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]; Sherril (1992)

A.D. Bell
Company H. Enlisted January 20, 1864 at "Camp Hunt", Como, MS, by Col. Bell, for 3 years. "Sick in Tenn. April 28, 1864". Present on roll for May/June 1864. Wounded "slight" at Okolona.
On report of absentees and deserters Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #688 was filed by A.D. Bell of Henry County for service with the 20th Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

Thomas C. Bell
Company B. Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Henry County, TN, by Col. Greer, for 3 years. Absent on roll for Feb/April 1864. Absent on roll for May/June 1864. "Sick April 20, 1864 at home by order Col. Greer unable to travel."
On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Carroll Co. TN.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

Tyree H. Bell
Moved to Dyer Co., TN about 1857. Helped organize the "Newbern Greys" in April 1861 and served as their Captain in the 12th Regiment Tennessee Infantry, from June 4, 1861. Became Lieutenant-Colonel 12th Regiment Tennessee Infantry, June 5, 1861; served in battles of Belmont and Shiloh. Named Colonel 12th Regiment Tennessee Infantry, August, 1862, served in battle of Richmond. Transferred to cavalry command in Tennessee and Kentucky, raiding in rear of Union army during Murfreesboro campaign and Chickamauga. On 25th of January, 1864, assumed command of brigade of Forrest's cavalry composed of the regiments of Colonels Russell, Green [Greer? -- rmp], Wilson, and Newman and Lieutenants Wisdom and Barteau. Promoted Brigadier-General, February 28, 1865 and commanded a brigade in Forrest's cavalry. After the war lived in Dyer Co. TN and later, after 1878, in Fresno County, California. Active in veteran's organizations. Died in New Orleans, LA, August 30, 1902 while returning to California from a veteran's convention in Nashville. Buried in Fresno County, CA.
Source: Cimprich and Mainfort (1982); Wright (1908); Connie Walton Moretti; Confederate Veteran, Vol. X, Oct. 1902, p. 464.

Thomas Jefferson Bennett
Company F. Enlisted April 1, 1864 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Wilson for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $800. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On roll of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence: Henry Co. TN. Probable whereabouts: Henry Co.
Bennett was present at the battles/raids of Athens, Ft. Pillow, Tishomingo Creek, Pulaski, Harrisburg, Ft. Heiman, and Paris Landing. After the Johnsonville Raid, Bennett was granted leave. The regiment moved south, he was unable to rejoin Forrest, and was told by Capt. Clark to return home until he could make his way south safely. Bennett and a fellow soldier, L.P. Moody, again tried to return to their commands a short time later. They got as far as Jackson, TN, and were once more sent home by Capt. Clark because of the large number of Federal Troops in Tennessee. The History of the Henry County Commands says that Bennett was "present at the surrender", however family oral history says that Bennett was unable to return before the surrender. His wife was able to receive her Confederate Pension after a certified letter from a fellow soldier, D.C. Crouch, was submitted to the pension board attesting to his honorable service.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #12866 was filed by T.J. Bennett of Henry County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Born 1845, Henry Co. TN. Married 1887, Sarah A. Patterson, in Henry Co. TN. Died 1912, Henry Co. TN. Widow's pension file #5036.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C], William Russell; Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications; Sherril (1992)

Edward Bernard
Company C. Lindsley (1886) has surname as Barnard.
Enlisted August 1, 1863 in Tennessee by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $400. Present on roll for March/April 1864. On roll for May/June 1864: "died in camp near Tupelo, Miss. on June 22, 1864." Cause of death given as "fever." Described as being age 54, blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion, occupation boatman.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Lindsley (1886)

G.S. Biles
Company E. Enlisted March 16, 1864 at Bodwin (Baldwyn?), MS, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Present on roll for May/June 1864
On roll (as S.G. Biles) of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Henry Co., TN.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

P.E.T. Binford
Company G. Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Dyer County, TN, by Col. Bell for 3 years or the war. Bay mare valued at $850. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "left sick near Guntown June 21, 1864".
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

J.M. Bird
Company E. Enlisted April 1, 1864 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $700. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. Wounded at Harrisburg.
James N. Bird married 1866, Mary William Chandler, in Henry Co. TN. Died 1917, Henry Co. TN. Widow's pension file #6771.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]; Sherril (1992)

W. Bird
Company K. Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Conyersville, TN, by Col. Bell. On roll for Mar/April 1864, "absent without leave from March 15, 1864." On roll for May/June 1864, "deserted March 15, 1864."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

William J. Bird
Company E. Enlisted September 17, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Absent on roll for Mar/April 1864. Absent on roll for May/June 1864. Captured at Macedonia, TN, January 15, 1864 (other cards give place as Madison, TN and date as Jan. 10 or Jan. 8). Prison roll describes as a private in "Holmes Co., Greer's command." Received February 15, 1864 at Camp Morton, Indianapolis, IN; released on taking oath June 12, 1865 (made mark). Described as florid complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, 5 ft. 7 1/2 in. Residence given as Point Mason, TN.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

William C. Birthwright
Company I. POW Records: Captured Obion Co., TN, Nov. 21 or 26, 1863. Received at Camp Morton, IN, Dec. 4, 1863. Applied for Oath at Camp Morton (as Wm. C. Birthright, Co. I, Grayer's Regt. Cav.): "conscripted at O'Brien [sic] Co. State of Tenn. July 10, 1863 desires to take the Oath return to Tenn. and remain loyal. Respt. recommended." Released on oath May 18, 1865, at Camp Morton: resident of Hickman, KY, dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes, 5 ft. 8-3/4 inches.
Source: Compiled Service Records [G]

J.J. Bishop
Company E. Enlisted December 20, 1863 at Gibson County, TN, by Capt. Gay for 3 years or the war. Brown horse valued at $800. Present as private on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present as 1 Sgt. on roll for May/June 1864.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

Ben F. Blackman
Company A. Enlisted April 29, 1864 at Gibson County, TN, by Capt. Gay, for 3 years or the war. Sorrel horse valued at $450. Present on roll for March/April 1864.
On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Gibson Co., TN.
Born Gibson Co. Married 1875 to M.T. Blair in Madison Co. TN. Died 1907, Madison Co. TN. Widow's pension file #3582.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]; Sherril (1992)

J. Blackmore
Greer's Regiment, "Holmes'" Company. Surname also given as "Blakemore".
POW Records: Captured Henry Co., TN, Jan 17, 186-. Received at Camp Morton, IN, February 16, 186-. Died August 2, 1864, of "Erysipelas". Buried Confederate Section, Crown Hill, Green Lawn, #1020.
Source: Compiled Service Records [G], Ingmire (1915/84), p. 95

John H. Blakemore
Company A. Elected 1st Lieutenant August 24, 1863. Grey mare valued at $1200. Later served as Captain, Company "F", consolidated regiment.
Paroled 11 May 1865.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #14277 was filed by J.H. Blakemore of Gibson County.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

John W. Blakemore
Company I. [I have combined records for "John Blakemore" and "J.W. Blakemore" -- rmp] Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Newbern, TN, by Col. Bell for 3 years. Black horse valued at $1300. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 25, 1865. Residence Weakley Co. Tenn; Probable whereabouts Dresden; Remarks Deserted.
The Hollis diary for July 8, 1864 states "Blakemore & Hutchison deserted today". This may refer to this individual.
Born in Weakley Co. TN. Married 1868, Florence Drury, in Weakley Co. TN. Died 1906, Weakley Co. TN. Widow's pension file #1629.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]; Chester (1985), p. 104; Sherril (1992)

W.F. Blakemore
Company D. Enlisted November 15, 1863 at Gibson County, TN, by Col. Faulkner for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $900. Present on roll for March/April 1864. On roll for May/June 1864, "sent to his former command May 22 by order."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

Houston C. Blankenship
Company A. On roll of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865. Residence Gibson Co. TN; probable whereabouts Gibson Co.
Source: Compiled Service Records [C]

Thomas Blankenship
Greer's Regiment, Co. C. POW Records: Captured Huntington, TN, February 3, 1863. Held at Forts Henry/Heiman/Donaldson. Sent to Louisville, discharged February 11, 1863. Received at Ft. McHenry, MD, February 14, 1863. Sent to Fortress Monroe, February 15, 1863. Paroled at City Point.
Source: Compiled Service Records [G]

B.F. Bobbett
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in West Tennessee, by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. On roll for May/June 1864, "returned to his former command May 23, 1864."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

W.D. Bobbitt
On report of prisoners paroled at Jackson TN for the month of May 1865
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #1385 was filed by W.D. Bobbitt of Gibson County for service with the 19th & 20th Consolidated Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [O], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

E.T. Bohannon
QM Sergeant. Enlisted August 24, 1863 at Bailey Springs, AL, by Col. Greer for the war. Present on roll for Feb/April 1864, "appointed QM Sgt. Feb. 5, 1864." On roll for May/June 1864, "deserted May 23, 1864."
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence Henry Co. TN; probable whereabouts Henry Co.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

Jacob A. Bomar
Company K. Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Conyersville, TN, by Col. Bell for the war. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
Paroled (1st Lt. J.M. Bomar) Gainesville, AL, May 11, 1865. Ordered Feb. 20, 1865 to West Tennessee to collect absentees.
Rennolds (1904/61) reports that Jacob A. Bomer was promoted to 2nd Lieutenant, and later to 1st Lieutenant.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C], Rennolds (1904/61)

William S. Bomar
Company E. Surname appears to be Boman, although given as Bomar in service records. Enlisted September 17, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Bomer for 3 years. Absent on roll for Mar/April 1864, "absent without leave 26 Feb., 1864." Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "deserted Feb. 14, 1864." Took loyalty oath May 14, 1865 at Nashville, TN; described as resident of Henry County, dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5 ft. 11 in.; said to have surrendered May 12, 1865 at Johnsonville, TN.
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence Henry Co. TN; probable whereabouts Henry Co.
Died ca. 1920 near Paris, TN.
Empty jacket in 20th Cavalry -- unidentified regiment roll.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #14434 was filed by W.S. Bomar of Henry County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C], Confederate Veteran 29(2): 68, Feb. 1921, Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

Reuben Bomer
Company E. Enlisted September 17, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Bomer for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $800. Present on roll for March/April 1864 as 1st Corporal. Present on roll for May/June 1864 as 1st Corporal. Took loyalty oath at Nashville May 25, 1865; described as resident of Henry County, fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5 ft. 7 in.; said to have surrendered at Johnsonville, TN, May 20, 1865
On report (as 1st Cpl. R. Bomar) of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence Henry Co. TN; probable whereabouts Henry Co.
Empty jacket in 20th Cavalry -- unidentified regiment roll.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

Benjamin Thomas Bondurant
Company I. Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Newbern, TN, by Col. Bell for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $600. Present on roll for March/April 1864 as 5th Sergeant. Present on roll for May/June 1864 as 5th Sergeant.
On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle, AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Dresden TN. Ordered Feb 20, 1865 to West Tennessee to collect absentees.
Born November 1846 in Weakley Co., TN, the son of Churchell and Mary Etheridge Bondurant. In action at Okolona, Paducah, Brice's Crossroads, Harrisburg, "fight north of Oxford", and the Memphis Raid. Absent on detail during Fort Pillow. Made sergeant spring of 1864. Paroled at Gainesville, AL, May 12, 1865. After the war practiced medicine, served as Weakley County trustee, farmed, worked in Memphis custom house, Postmaster of Sharon, TN, and President of the Bank of Sharon. Died 16 March 1928, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Sharon, TN.
A diary of B.T. Bondurant was published in 1988 (Chester (1988). It indicates that he spent most of the spring of 1865 hunting deserters.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #16355 was filed by B.T. Bondurant of Weakley County.
Married 1871, Mary Louisa Tansil, in Weakley Co. TN. Widow's pension file #9070.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]; B.T. Bondurant questionnaire (Dyer and Moore, 1915-22/85, Vol. 1, pp. 343-5); Baker & Reynolds (1982), p. 128; Chester (1988); Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications; Sherril (1992)

G.M. Bottoms
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in West Tennessee, by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. Sorrel horse valued at $1200. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence Gibson Co. TN; probable whereabouts Rutherford Sta.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

James K.E. Bottoms
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in West Tennessee, by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. Bay mule valued at $400. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. In June 1915, service record was checked by Oklahoma Pension Board; reports that on roll of consolidated unit for February 1865, Bottoms is shown "absent, probably at Rutherford Station; residence Gibson County TN."
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence Gibson Co. TN; probable whereabouts Rutherford Sta.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

Elijah Bowden
Company E. Enlisted September 17, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Sorrel mule valued at $500. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. "Wounded slightly face" at Tishomingo Creek.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

J.C. Bowden
Company E. The compiled service records microfilm includes an index card for J.C. Bowden. Filed under that card are two sets of muster roll cards, one for a James C. Bowden, the other for J.C. Bowden, both of Company E. Any regimental rosters prepared from the index cards without looking at the record cards will thus list a single individual. With the help of a Bowden family researcher, these men have been identified as James Court Bowden and James Conyer Bowden, and records matched with the names; however, the match is not definitely established.

James Court Bowden
Company E. Enlisted December 12, 1863 in Henry County, TN, by Col. Greer for 3 years. Absent on roll for Feb./April 1864, "sick Apr. 20, 1864." Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "sick Apr. 20, 1864 at home by order Lt. McNeill, unable to travel."
On roll of prisoners surrendered May 4, 1865 Citronelle AL. Residence Henry Co. TN
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

James Conyer Bowden
Company E. Enlisted July 1, 1863 at McLemoresville, TN, by Col. Greer for 3 years. Sorrel mule valued at $100. Present on roll for Feb./April 1864 as 2nd Corporal. On roll for May/June 1864, "deserted June 3, 1864 at Corinth, Miss."
On report (as 2 Cpl) of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb 28, 1865. Residence Carroll Co. TN; probable whereabouts Henry Co. Remarks Deserted.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

J.J. Bowden
Company E. Enlisted September 17, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Absent on roll for Mar/April 1864, "absent wounded at Okolona, Feb. 22". Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "wounded & left at Okolona Feb. 22, 1864".
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Rennolds (1904/61).

J.W. Bowden
Company B. Enlisted July 1, 1863 at McLemoresville, TN, by Col. Greer for 3 years. Roan horse valued at $1000. Present on roll for Feb./April 1864 as 5th Sergeant, "promoted Feb. 5, 1864". On roll for May/June 1864, "arrested May 22 & sent to [missing] Tenn. Inft."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

William F. Bowden
Company E. Enlisted September 17, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Sorrel mare valued at $600. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

J.W. Bowen
Company D. Enlisted November 1, 1863 in Gibson County, TN, by Capt. Word for 3 years. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. Wounded at Harrisburg.
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865. Residence Gibson Co., TN; probable whereabouts, "near Eaton"; remarks "Deserted".
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

Mark Bowen
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #9056 was filed by Mark Bowen of Dyer County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Born 1843, Dyer Co. TN. Married 1866, Mary Frances Rice, in Dyer Co. TN. Died 1908, Dyer Co. TN. Widow's pension file #1968.
Source: Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications; Sherril (1992)

J.J. Bowles
Company H. Enlisted April 1, 1864, at Eaton, TN, by Lt. Freeman for the war. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864. On roll for May/June 1864, "deserted May 23, 1864."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

Henry F. Bowman
On roll for Feb/April 1864 as Major, "date of commission Feb. 9, 1864." On roll for May/June 1864 as Major. Elected Captain Co. "K" on Feb. 5, 1864. Elected Major of regiment Feb. 9, 1864. Also listed as Captain, Company "F" of Greer's Regiment.
Bowman was originally the Captain of "B" Co., 5th Tennessee Infantry. Recruited Co. "K" of the 20th as its Captain, when the 20th was organized he was elected Major of the regiment.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Rennolds (1904/61)

S.C. Bowman
Company K. Enlisted September 1, 1863 at Cottage Grove, TN, by Capt. Bowman for the war. Absent on roll for Mar/April 1864, "absent without leave from April 1, 1864." Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "Sick in Tenn. by permition [sic] from Col. Greer April 1, 1864, unable to travel."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

W.R. Bowman
Company K. Enlisted September 1, 1863 at Cottage Grove, TN, by Capt. Bowman for the war. Absent Mar/April 1864, "absent without leave from April 22, 1864." Present on roll for May/June 1864. Died at hospital, Demopolis, AL, July 22, 1864 from typhoid fever. "Effects turned over to brother."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Rennolds (1904/61)

J. William Boyd
Company H. Enlisted July 15, 1863 at Decatur, AL, by Maj. Falconett for 3 years. Roan horse valued at $1200. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864, "transferred to this command Oct. 20, 1863." Present on roll for May/June 1864.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

J.P. Bradberry
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in West Tennessee, by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. Present on roll for Mar/April 1864 as Sergeant. On roll for May/June 1864, "Returned to his former command May 23, 1864."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

J.W. Bradley
Company K. Enlisted September 1, 1863 at Cottage Grove, TN, by Capt. Bowman for the war. Absent on roll for Mar/April 1864, "absent without leave from Dec. 20, 1863." On roll for May/June 1864, "Deserted Dec. 20, 1863."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

John B. Branch
Gay's Command. On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle, AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Humboldt TN.
Source: Compiled Service Records [C]

T.W. Branson
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #115991 was filed by T.W. Branson of Gibson County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Thomas Wilson Branson born 1842 in Marshall Co. TN. Married 1874, Tabitha Caroline WIlliams, in Gibson Co. TN. Died 1914. Widow's pension file #5570.
Source: Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications; Sherril (1992)

James Bray
Company D. Enlisted November 11, 1863 at Gibson County, TN, by Capt. Word for 3 years. On roll for March/April 1864, "claimed by Col. Wilson's regiment & is there."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

T.F. Brewer
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in West TN, by Capt. Mathis or Capt. Shaw for 3 years. Black horse valued at $800. Present on roll for March/April 1864. On roll for May/June 1864, "returned to his former command". In the same file is a card for "H. Brewer", "wounded slight" at Okolona.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

W.S. Brewer
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #9679 was filed by W.S. Brewer of Benton County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Source: Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

John B. Brightwell
Company I. Enlisted December 1, 1863 at Newbern, TN, by Col. Bell for 3 years. Sorrel mule valued at $500. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On report (as Jn. Brightwell) of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865. Residence Weakley Co., TN; probable whereabouts, "Deadham".
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

E.W. Brinkley
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in West TN, by Capt. Mathis or Capt. Shaw for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $1000. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865. Residence Dyer Co., TN; probable whereabouts, Newbern.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

John Alexander Brinkley
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in West TN, by Capt. Mathis or Capt. Shaw for 3 years. Gray pony valued at $400. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "sent to Hospital 18 of June, 1864."
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #15489 was filed by J.A. Brinkley of Carroll County for service with the 12th Kentucky Cavalry.
Born, Carroll Co. TN. Married 1887, Sallie Lacie Hampton, in Benton Co. TN. Died 1928, Carroll Co. TN. Widow's pension file #10651.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]; Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications; Sherril (1992); Sheryl Niemann

J.S. Brinkley
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in West TN, by Capt. Mathis or Capt. Shaw for 3 years. Absent on roll for March/April 1864, "sick in Tenn. Apr. 29." Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "Left in West Tenn. sick April 27, 1864."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

G. Ben Brogden
Company D. Enlisted April 1, 1864 in Carroll Co., TN, by Capt. Shane for 3 years. Sorrel mule valued at $600. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. Killed at Harrisburg.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

J.M. Brooks
Company F. Surname also given as "Browkes". Enlisted April 20, 1864 at Huntingdon, TN, by Capt. Fields for 3 years. Sorrel horse valued at $700. Present on roll for March/April 1864 as private. Present on roll for May/June 1864 as Orderly Sergeant. Wounded at Harrisburg
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

James P. Brooks
Company H. Enlisted January 20, 1864 at Como, MS, by Col. Bell for 3 years. Gray horse valued at $600. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle, AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Dresden TN.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #13928 was filed by James P. Brooks of Weakley County for service with the 19th & 20th (Consolidated) Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

N.L. Brown
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #14643 was filed by N.L. Brown of Carroll County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Nathaniel L. Brown Jr. born 1843/6 in Carroll Co. TN. Married 1865, Adeline Nannie, in Carroll Co. TN. Died 1926, Carroll Co. TN. Widow's pension file #10090.
Source: Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications; Sherril (1992)

J.A. Browning
Company E. Enlisted February 1, 1864 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Bomer for 3 years. Absent on roll for March/April 1864, "absent without leave." Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "Deserted March 26," 1864.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

B.S. Buchanan
Company F. Also on card as B.S. Buckhanan. Enlisted September 20, 1863 at Paris, TN, by Capt. Wilson for 3 years. Absent on roll for March/April 1864, "without leave Feby." Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "Absent without leave since June the 18."
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865. Residence Henry Co., TN; probable whereabouts, Henry Co.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

Henry Buchanan
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #10376 was filed by Henry Buchanan of Dyer County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Source: Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

Thomas E. Buchannan
Company A. Blacksmith. Enlisted August 1, 1863 in Gibson Co., TN, by Capt. Gay for 3 years or war. Present on roll for March/April 1864 (notation on card "but canceled by lines").
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #10560 was filed by Thomas E. Buchanan of Gibson County for service with the 19th & 20th (Consolidated) Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

M.C. Buckley
Company K. Surname also given as "Buckly". Two cards in file, which don't agree. (1) Enlisted May 1, 1863 at Cottage Grove, TN, by Capt. Bowman. Absent on roll for March/April 1864, "In prison captured in January 1864". (2) Enlisted September 1, 1863 at Cottage grove by Capt. Bowman for war. Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "Deserted Oct. 20, 1863."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

O. Buckley
Company K. Enlisted December 1, 1863, at Conyersville, TN, by Col. Bell. Bay mule valued at $600. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865. Residence Weakley Co., TN; probable whereabouts, Paducah KY.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

George W. Bullen
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863, in West TN, by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. Mule valued at $300. Present on roll for March/April 1864. On roll for May/June 1864, "Deserted May 23, 1864."
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865. Residence Gibson Co., TN; probable whereabouts, Yorkville.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

David A. "Dave" Bullington
On roll (as David Berlington) of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence South Gibson, TN.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #15429 was filed by D.A. Bullington of Carroll County for service with the 19th & 20th (Consolidated) Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [C], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

D.F. Bullock
Company K. Enlisted May 1, 1863, at Cottage Grove, TN, by Capt. Bowman for the war. Bay horse valued at $1100. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865. Residence Henry Co., TN; probable whereabouts, Henry Co.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

W.P. Bumpass
Company K. Enlisted December 1, 1863, at Conyersville, TN, by Col. Bell for the war. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On roll (as 5 Sgt.) of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4 1865. Residence Henry Co. TN.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #10859 was filed by W.P. Bumpass of Henry County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

Thomas J. Bunton
Company K. Enlisted September 1, 1863, at Cottage Grove, TN, by Capt. Bowman. Present (as J.J. Bunton) on roll for March/April 1864 as 3rd Lieutenant. Elected Brevet Lieutenant September 22, 1863. Appointed 2nd Lieutenant September 22, 1863. "Shot through the body" and killed at Estenaula on December 24, 1863.
Rennolds (1904/61) lists him as J.G. Bunton.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Rennolds (1904/61), Lindsley (1886)

Reuben C. Burdett
Company B. Enlisted September 15, 1863, in Henry Co., TN, by Col. Greer for 3 years. Sorrel horse valued at $600. Present on roll for Feb/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864.
On roll of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Henry Co. TN.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #14711 was filed by R.C. Burdette of Weakley County for service with the 20th (Russell's) Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

Reuben Burrow
Company B. Enlisted September 1, 1863, at McLemoresville, TN, by Col. Greer for 3 years. On roll for Feb/April 1864, "Killed Ft. Pillow Apr. 12, 1864." Inventory states "effects were lost or taken up by his brother."
Born ca. 1842, the son of a wealthy Carroll County minister. "A better soldier never lived or died. He died on the parapet of the fort ..." (Cimprich & Mainfort (1982), p. 300)
He was one of five brothers in the Southern army, four serving with Forrest. Barron Deaderick dedicated his 1960 pamphlet, "Forrest: Wizard of the Saddle" (Memphis: S.C. Toof & Co.) to this family.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Cimprich and Mainfort (1982), Deaderick (1960)

R. Busbee
Company E. Enlisted September 17, 1863, at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Absent on roll for March/April 1864, "Absent without leave Dec. 22, 63." Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "Deserted Dec. 22, 63."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

J.F. Bushart
Company E. Enlisted December 20, 1863, at Paris, TN, by Capt. Hallum for 3 years. Sorrel horse valued at $800. Present on roll for March/April 1864. On roll for May/June 1864, "Deserted at Saltillo 19 June 1864."
On report of absentees and deserters, Verona MS, Feb. 28, 1865. Residence Henry Co., TN; probable whereabouts, Henry Co.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

Ben R. Butler
Company D. Enlisted December 9, 1863, in Gibson or Carroll Co., TN, by Col. Bell for 3 years. Absent on roll for March/April 1864, "Wounded & Absent with leave." Absent on roll for May/June 1864, "Wounded accidentally & Absent without leave Apl. 25."
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #9536 was filed by B.R. Butler of Gibson County for service with the 20th Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications

Matthew James Butler
Company G. Enlisted April 20, 1864, in Dyer Co., TN, by Capt. J.R. Hibbitt for 3 years or war. Present on roll for May/June 1864. Wounded at Harrisburg. Appears to have served with the 22nd Tennessee Infantry and 12th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry before joining Russell's Regiment.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee pension application #2409 was filed by M.J. Butler of Dyer County for service with the 15th Infantry.
Born 1841, Raleigh, NC. Married 1894, Minnie Bell Gamble, in Dyer Co. TN. Died 1905, Dyer Co. TN. Widow's pension file #10402.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R], Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications; Sherril (1992)

R.N. Butterworth
Company G. Initials may be R.H. Enlisted December 1, 1863, in Dyer Co., TN, by Col. Bell for 3 years or war. Roan mare valued at $1000. Present on roll for March/April 1864. Present on roll for May/June 1864. Wounded at Harrisburg.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

W.A. Buttram
Company C. Enlisted August 1, 1863, in West TN, by Capt. Mathis for 3 years. On roll for May/June 1864, "Returned to his former command May 23, 1864."
Source: Compiled Service Records [R]

William J. Bynum
Company A. Enlisted July 10, 1863, in Gibson Co., TN, by Capt. Gay for 3 years or war. Present on roll for March/April 1864 as 2nd Sergeant. May have served with the 4th Tennessee Infantry before joining Russell's Regiment.
On roll (as 2 Sgt.) of prisoners surrendered at Citronelle AL, May 4, 1865. Residence Obion Co. TN.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C]

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