Holman's Battalion, Tennessee Partisan Rangers was organized October 13, 1862; consolidated February 25, 1863 with Douglass’s Battalion and three other companies to form the 11th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment. Holman’s Battalion had an organized life of only a little over four months. It was composed of four companies. Major Holman had previously served as major of the 1st (Turney’s) Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Provisional Army, Confederate States.Officers:
Major Holman Assignments: Battles:
The roster of this unit contains the names of 529 men.
M. M. Swaim, Co. “A”. Organized September 8, 1862 at Chapel Hill, Marshall County. Became Company “B”, 11th Regiment.
Jacob T. Martin, Co. “B”. Organized August 16, 1862 at Thompson Station, Williamson County. Became Company G”, 11th Regiment.
Andrew R. Gordon, Co. “C”. Organized September 10, 1862. Men from Cornersville, then Giles, now Marshall County, and Lewisburg, Marshall County. Became Company “E”, 11th Regiment.
James W. Rivers, Co. “D”. Organized October 13, 1862 at Pulaski, Giles County.