JAMES A. CHILDRESS 1st. Tenn. Artty. Co B
Rank: 2 Lt Age: 21 Enlisted: Apr 16 1863
Mustered: Apr 16 1863
Remarks: Resigned Feb 7 1864
William E. Childers 7th Cav. Co. E Cpl.
Captured Union City, TN.
died September 3, 1864 cause Diarrhea
buried Andersonville Prison #17702 7702
Samuel L. Childress 5th Cav. Co. F Sgt..
25 Feb 1862-18 Feb 1863
97. Ann Barry was born on 12 Jan 1812 in , , Georgia. She died on 29 Jun 1868 in , Roane, Tennessee. OBITUARY-Death. Mrs. Ann Childress, wife of Hon. Sam'l L. Childress , died in this place on the night of the 29th of June in her 57th year. The deceased has been in bad health for a number of years, and her death was not unexpected. She leaves a number of relatives and friends to mourn her demise. She was buried in Bethel Cemetery, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee. She was married to Samuel Lewis Childress on 7 Jan 1833 in Kingston, Roane, Tennessee. Samuel Lewis Childress was born on 13 Oct 1807 in , , Virginia. BIRTH-PARENTS: photocopy in my possession of Martha McCown Childress's He served in the military between 25 Feb 1862 and 18 Feb 1863. Pvt.,Co. F, 5th TN Inf. He died on 27 Aug 1886 in , Roane, Tennessee. Death at Kingston. S.L. Childress recently died at Kingston, aged 80 years. He was a leading republican of Roane county and liked by all who knew him. He was buried in Bethel Cemetery, Kingston, Roane, Texas. Ann Barry and Samuel Lewis Childress had the following children: +156 i. Mary K. Childress. 157 ii. Martha Ann Childress was born on 20 Feb 1835 in , Roane, Tennessee. She died on 1 Apr 1848 in , Roane, Tennessee. +158 iii. William Thomas Childress. 159 iv. Amanda Lurena Childress was born in 1838 in , Roane, Tennessee. She died on 13 Nov 1838 in , Roane, Tennessee. +160 v. Andrew Jackson Childress. +161 vi. John Barry Childress. 162 vii. Richard Morehead Childress was born on 11 Nov 1849 in , Roane, Tennessee. He died on 3 Sep 1868 in , Roane, Tennessee. He was buried in Bethel Cemetery, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee. Sophia J.,(2nd wife?) widow of
Post Office: Kingston, 1st District. 1893
John Childress 8th Cav. Co. K
pension filed 1921 from Ala.
John M. Childress 9th Cav. Co.D
filed for a pension July 1889
James C. Childers 13th Cav. Co.A
captured Fort Pillow
died June 3, 1864 of Rubeola
buried Andersonville Prison #11574 1574
Ed Uriah Childers 13th Cav. Co. E
Captured Fort Pillow
died September1, 1864
buried Andersonville Prison # 17523 7523
Adolphus Brown "Dock" Childress
Company D. Enlisted April 1, 1864 in Carroll Co., TN, by Capt. Shane
for 3 years. Bay horse valued at $1000. 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 Hope Hill, TN.
Born ca. 1846 in Madison Co., TN, son of Narsetous and Mary Hawks Childress.
Enlisted in April 1864, at Lavenia, in Carroll Co. First saw action at Brice's
Crossroads, and then at Harrisburg, Memphis, Athens, Sulphur Trestle, Pulaski,
Spring Hill, and "Middle Tennessee" (Johnsonville? -- rmp). Discharged at
Gainsville, AL in 1865. Received a pension.
The Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications shows that Tennessee
pension application #11495 was filed by A.B. Childress of Gibson County for
service with the 19th & 20th Cavalry.
Source: Compiled Service Records [R,C], A.B. Childress questionnaire (Dyer and
Moore, 1915-22/85, Vol. 2, pp. 504-5), Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications
William T.ChildressCo. F, 1 TN Inf.,
11 Aug 1861-17 Sep 1864
Mary S., widow of
Post Office: Kingston, 1st District. 1893
James M. Childress 2nd Inf. Co. D
Captured Rogersville TN.,
died of Diarrhea--- Andersonville Prison April 10, 1864
buried Andersonville Prison
Thomas L. Childers 2nd Inf. Co.G
Captured Rogersville. TN
died June 25, 1864 Andersonville Prison
buried Andersonville Prison # 12466 2466
Arther Childress 3rd Inf. Co. F
pension filed for July 29, 1922 from the state of Washington.
L. L. CHILDRESS---40yo
Sevier County Homeguard during the Civil War was found in the University of Tennessee Library. The ages given were the ages of the men in 1878. Most of the men were activated 9/20/1863 and 10/1/1863 and served until 2/21/1864.