Tennessee and Alabama
Independent Vidette Cavalry
Companies A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H
(southern men who served in the federal army)
The 1st Tennessee & Alabama Independent Vidette Cavalry Companies A, B, C, G, and H were formed at Stevenson and Bridgeport, Alabama to serve one year from September 10, 1863 to April 26, 1864. At Tracey City and Nashville, Tennessee companies D, E, and F were formed from December 9, 1863 to February 24, 1864 to serve one year. On June 16, 1864 from orders from the War Department this regiment was mustered out of service.
Photos are available for some of the men in the following companies:
Listings of some Burial Places
Click here to view Tombstone Photos of members of the 1st Tennessee & Alabama Independent Vidette Cavalry
Civil War Headstone Dedication Webb Cemetery May 27, 2012
New information added on:
July 21, 2013 - George Slaten Company C
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Pictures of Andersonville Prison now
Statements made by several men in Company A about the Hunts Mill Skirmish
Documents for Company F
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