JOHN W. TUNE, CSA

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JOHN W. TUNE, CSA

 Soldier’s Application for Pension # 10086 - State Of Tennessee (page 1 only)

 I, JOHN W. TUNE a native of the State of Tennessee and now a citizen of Tennessee,
 resident at TROY, in the County of OBION in said State of Tennessee and who was
 a soldier from the state of Tennessee , in the war between the United States and
 the Confederate States, do hereby apply for aid under the Act of the General
 Assembly of Tennessee. …And I do solemnly swear that while in the discharge of
 my duty in the services of the Confederate or United States as a member of
 PHILLIPS BATTERY.

 In what County, State and year were you born? MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE 1840.

 When did you enlist and in what command? OCT 1861. ELDRIDGES BATTERY ART.

 In what battle or battles were you engaged, and, if not wounded, state what
 disabilities did you receive, if any?
 CHICKAMAUGA, SPANISH FORT ALA, FRANKLIN TENN.

 What was the precise nature of your wound or disability? NONE.

 Were you incapacitated for service by reason of said wound or disability
 incurred? NO.

 Were you discharged from the army by reason of said wound or disability? NO.

 If discharged from the Army, where were you and what did you do until the
 close of the war? NEVER DISCHARGED WAS PAROLLED.

 What was the name of the surgeon who attended you? NONE.

 How did you get out of the army, when and where?
 PAROLLED AT MERIDIAN MISS. MAY 10, 1865.

 Were you ever in prison? If so, state what prison and when released. NO.

 Were you paroled? If so, when and where? YES MERIDIAN MISS. MAY 10, 1865

 Did you take the oath of allegiance to the United States Government? NO.

 Witness my hand, this 9th day of APRIL 1908.

 Signature: JOHN W. TUNE

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