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Re: Pages of Williamson County
Posted by: Michael Cotten Date: September 24, 2000 at 23:23:25
In Reply to: Re: Pages of Williamson County by Linda Allen of 1168

Try the Williamson County archives in Franklin; they might know if the book is still available. If not, try Elder's Bookstore in Nashville. They have a large selection of out of print history books on Middle Tennessee.
Walter Page joined Company B of the 20th Tennessee Infantry (The Zollicoffer Guards) at Nashville May 17, 1861 and was elected first corporal. He was discharged July 16, 1862 after providing a substitute. He then joined Company F of the 4th Tennessee Cavalry in September 1864 when they were in the area on Gen. Wheeler's Tennessee raid. He surrendered after the Battle of Nashville and took the oath of allegiance Feb. 9, 1865. My book is on the latter command. There is also an old book on the 20th Tennessee Infantry written by William McMurray.


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