CIVIL WAR HISTORY & RESEARCH

This page includes research on Captain J. W. Phillips' Light Artillery Co., C.S.A of Tennessee. My gggrandfather fought with this division, and I wanted to learn more about the history and the men that fought side by side. Only a handfull of men from this division filed for a Confederate Pension.

On Apr 12, 1865, Mobile, Alabama was taken by the Federals, and the Confederate forces had evacuated the day before. A letter from Lieutenant L. E. Wright, dated April 22, 1865, said there were only 15 effectives left in the battery.

RESEARCH & RECORDS

Captain J.W. Phillips' Light Art. Company, C.S.A

Below are transcribed records and documents from Captain J.W. Phillips' Light Art. Company aka Johnston's Light Artillery. Including family members John Frazier, who served with the Company above and James Forbes who served with the 53rd Division out of Tipton Co, TN.

Company H., 51st Tennessee Infantry, C.S.A.


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