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Five Confederate Generals who Fled to Mexico (J. B. Magruder, W. P. Hardeman, C. Wilcox, S. Price and T. H. Hindman)

unidentified member of the the 6th Tennessee Infantry, Image was found in Bolivar,TN. from the Bills family estate a predominantly wealthy family that settled in Hardeman County and helped establish the town of Bolivar.(more research needs to be done on image identification) an identical 6th Tenn. Infantry member wears almost the same uniform as found in Military Images Winter 2015 page 11.Image courtesy of the John M.Mike Hunt Collection of Civil War Images

James Hardeman Stuart,B.A. :: University Archives Photographs, daguerreotype by Elijah Fleming in 1859; Univ of MS class of 1859; from Hinds county, MS, he graduated with honors. He was killed in the Civil War. My research shows he was in the 18th MS Regt, "Burt Rifles",4/1861, sent to VA, promoted capt signal corp 7/1/1862, killed at 2nd Manassas.

Peyton (Payton) and Emily M.G.Stanfield - parents of John Thomas. Peyton served with Coffee's Regiment 8th Missouri Confederate Calvary as both enlisted and later as an officer in the Civil War and then returned to West Tenn. via NW Arkansas. Peyton is buried in Hardeman County TN. Emily Indian Creek Cemetery Chewalla, TN under a gravestone simply marked E.M. Stanfield and shared with J.P. Stanfield 1900 - 1924

Portrait of Brigadier General William Polk Hardeman, (1816-1898), Confederate States Army, in uniform of Texas Ranger first lieutenant. A native of Tennessee, Hardeman moved to Matagorda, Texas with his father in 1835.

The Battles Of A Civil War Re-Enactress

The letter from Col. William P. Hardeman alerting Union forces to Wood's capture reinforced Confederate policies toward African American prisoners.

United Sons of Confederate Veterans Member Thomas Hardeman Camp No. 18 Badge