The Tennessee 36th Infantry Regiment was formed at Knoxville, Tennessee, during February, 1862. Men of this command were from Knoxville and Bradley, Hamilton, and Marion counties. It served in the Department of East Tennessee and took part in the Cumberland Gap operations. In June it disbanded; some of its members were then transferred to the 35th,43rd, and 63rd Tennessee Infantry Regiments. Officers:
Colonel Robert J. Morgan, Lieutenant Colonel John A. Dunn, and Major William A. Camp.
Department of East Tennessee
The roster of this unit contains the names of 622 men.
Company A - Captains William D. Smith, E.S. Mayfield
Company B - Captains William A. Camp, Christian G. Brown - Men from Bradley County.
Company C - Captains Moses H. Purvines, William L. Cate - Men from Bradley County.
Company D - Captains John N. Dunn, Charles T. Hardwick - Men from Bradley County.
Company E - Captain William P. H. Hancock - Men from Bradley County.
Company G - Captain Lemuel M. Jones - Men from Bradley County.
Company H - Captains James Warren Clift, A.M. Mounds - Men from Hamilton County.
Company I - Captains A.K. Alley, Thomas K. Rawlings - Men from Marion County.
Company K - Captains John A. Smith, H.M. Ausburn - Men from Hamilton County. Bibliography for Research: