"I would like to
speak in terms of praise due to the many brave officers and soldiers who have
fought in the cause of the war."
-- Abraham Lincoln July 7, 1863
Although Tennessee became the 13th Confederate state in the CSA, many of her residents supported the Union, particularly in East Tennessee. Tennessee supplied over 50,000 men to Union forces in order to preserve the Union. Below is a description and list of records pertaining to Tennessee Union Veterans that are currently available at the Tennessee and the Civil War Site.
FEDERAL CAVALRY UNITS
- Taken from Tennesseans in the Civil War, this section gives a descriptive history of the Tennessee Federal Cavalry Units.
FEDERAL ARTILLERY UNITS
- Taken from Tennesseans in the Civil War, this section gives a descriptive history of the Tennessee Federal Artillery Units.
FEDERAL INFANTRY UNITS
- Taken from Tennesseans in the Civil War, this section gives a descriptive history of the Tennessee Federal infantry Units.
TENNESSEANS IN THE CIVIL WAR
- Links to ALL the military units in Tennesseans in the Civil War.
REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE - TENNESSEE 1866
- In 1866, the USA government requested from each state a list of veterans who served in the Union Army from that state. This database contains a transcription of that book.
TENNESSEE FEDERAL (CMSR) DATABASE
- This database contains transcriptions of Tennessee Federal Compiled Military Service Records (CMSR). The transcribed records were provided by descendants, who have ordered copies of the records from the National Archives. If you have copies of your ancestors CMSR, please consider contributing to the database.
- This database contains transcriptions of Union Pension Applications. The transcribed records were provided by descendants, who have ordered copies of the records from either the National Archives or various state archives. If you have copies of your ancestor's pension application, please consider contributing to the database.
- List of Tennessee Union Soldiers interred at Andersonville,
Belle Isle, Danville, Point of Rocks, and Camp Lawton, Milin, GA.
TNGENWEB'S CIVIL WAR VIRTUAL MILITARY CEMETERY
- The goal of this project is to identify all graves of veterans who served in the military units from Tennessee during the Civil War and to display photos of those graves. Currently, there are over 6000 photos of tombstones from
- Civil War Veterans who served from any state and are buried in Tennessee Cemeteries
- Tennessee Civil War Veterans buried in any state
If you have photos of your TN Civil War veteran's tombstone, please consider contributing a copy to the database.
- This database contains transcriptions of obituaries of Civil War Veterans that were published in Tennessee newspapers or Tennessee Civil Veterans published in any newspaper. These transcriptions were submitted by descendants. If you have a copy of a veteran's obituary, please consider contributing a copy.
TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR VETERANS PHOTOS
- This database displays photos of Tennessee Civil War Veterans. Photos are contributed by researchers and descendants.
PRISONERS OF WAR
- Transcriptions and links to lists of prisoners who either died in or were incarcerated in prison camps.
- Transcription of some newspaper articles published during the war.
- Transcription of some Civil War Cemeteries
HOW TO OBTAIN FEDERAL SERVICE RECORDS
- A tutorial on the how to obtain Federal Service Records and the information available in them.
HOW TO OBTAIN FEDERAL PENSION APPLICATIONS
- A tutorial on how to obtain Federal Pension Applications and Widows Pension Applications.
TENNESSEE UNION VETERANS PENSION DATABASE
- A fully searchable database that contains the names of some of the Tennessee Union Veterans and lists their pension application numbers. Information is submitted by descendants.
HOW TO OBTAIN TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR QUESTIONNAIRES
- A tutorial on the Tennessee Civil War Questionnaires of 1915 and 1922. Includes a list of the questions and how to obtain a copy.
CIVIL WAR BATTLES FOUGHT IN TENNESSEE
- A list of Civil War Battles fought in Tennessee. Contains links to other sites with information.
CIVIL WAR BATTLE RE-ENACTMENTS
- A list of Civil War Battle Re-Enactments. If you know of any on going re-enactments, please submit the information.
TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR MILITARY UNIT RESEARCHERS
- A list of individuals who are currently researching various Tennessee Civil War Military Units and are willing to share their research.
- The Tennessee and the Civil War Query Board.
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