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Conf. Soldier's Grave - Thomas Koonce
Posted by: jane gilbert Date: May 31, 2000 at 18:58:55
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Was doing a lookup for someone in my Giles County Cemetery Book, and came across the following entry in the Adams Cemetery...

"According to F. Rivers notes, in the southern end of this graveyard are the graves of two Confederate soldiers when Hood came into Tennessee in the fall of 1864. No head or footstones.

Thomas Koonce, of Co. E, 12 Tenn. Cavalry, of Shelby Co., Tenn. He was wounded 27 September 1864, 4 miles south of Pulaski, and died 19 October 1864, at the residence of W.T. Adams."


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