The Tennessee 4th Infantry Regiment was organized May 15,1861 in the Provisional Army of Tennessee. It was transferred to Confederate service in August,1861 and reorganized April 25,1862. The 4th was consolidated with the 5th Tennessee Infantry Regiment in December,1862 and formed part of Company D, 3rd Consolidated Tennessee Infantry Regiment on April 9,1865. It was paroled in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Rufus Neely, Otho French Strahl, Andrew J.Kellar
Otho French Strahl,Andrew J.Kellar,Luke Finlay
John Henry,Luke Finlay,Henry Hampton
Company A "The Shelby Grays." Men from Shelby County. James Somerville, Thomas Francis
Company B "The Pillow Guards."Men from Hardeman County. James Fentress, M.H.Vernon, A.T.McNeal
Company C "The Wigfall Grays."Men from Shelby County. R.P.Bateman, F.M.Hammond, W.T.Cargil
Company D "The Raleigh Volunteers."Men from Shelby County.Andrew J.Kellar,John Onley.
Company E "The Harris Guards."Men from Obion County.James Dean,Sampson Maxey.
Company F "The West Tennessee Rifles."Men from Gibson CountyRobert White,Joseph Lett,Oscar Gilchrist.
Company G "The Lauderdale Invincibles."Men from Lauderdale County.John Sutherland,William Wheeler.
Company H "The Tennessee Guards."Men from Shelby County.Benjamin White,Henry Hampton,James Sannoner.
Company I "The Tipton Rifles."Men from Tipton County.John Turner,John Barrett.
Company K "The Dyer Guards."Men from Dyer County.Henry Fowlkes,John Lauderdale.
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|Confederate Military History - Tennessee Volume|
Porter, James D.
|The Civil War in Tennessee|
Rigdon, John C.
Rigdon, John C.
- Historical Sketch and Roster of the Tennessee 4th Infantry Regiment
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