|Posted By:||James Horton|
|Subject:||Re: Unionism in East Tennessee|
|Post Date:||December 03, 2003 at 21:15:32|
|Forum:||Southern Unionist Forum|
I will have to read that book. As it says in the title, the guerrilla fighting continued long after the Civil War had ended on the battlefield. My gg-grandfather and his three brothers were all in the 3rd TN Mounted Infantry.They all survived the war, within 6 months two of them were killed and by the middle of 1869 the oldest brother was bushwacked while working on his farm. The youngest brother was the only one to make it to a ripe old age.