Here's some information about three of John Parham Green's sons.

Franklin L. Green and Frances M. Green served with the 27th Tennessee Infantry Co. H both fought at the battle of Shiloh April 6-7, 1862. Franklin was mustered out of the Army in Greensboro N. Carolina 1865. Frances was Killed in Chickamaqwa, Ga. Between Sept 19-20 1863. At the Battle Of Chickamaqwa.

John H. Green served with the 21st Tennessee Cavalry “Wilson’s 21st Cav” was injured or was sick at the battle of Fort Pillow, TN. April 12, 1864. Widow filed for Pension in Carroll Co. TN. Pension # S13098.

Greens from Carroll Co. TN.

Green, James C, Co F 7th Tn Cav USA

Green, John C, Co I 7th Tn Cav USA

Green, John , Co K 21st Cav CSA

Green, Joshua G, Co I 7th Tn Cav USA

**Green, Richard F, Co I 7th Tn Cav USA

Green, William H, Co B 7th Tn Cav USA

**Green, Moses F, Co K 21st Cav CSA

Nancy C. Green, widow pension #W8369

**Green, Eliga Elijah , Co. ? CSA

Died in the Civil war

Green, Joshua G., I Co 7th Tenn Cav, USA, d. Andersonville Prison, 8/11/64

**Green, Richard F., I Co 7th Tenn Cav, USA, d. Savannah GA 11/8/64 POW

**(Grandson's of Moses Green)

Green’s from Gibson Co. TN.

Bennett's battalion

Twelfth Tennessee Cavalry, under the command of Col. Green. Company B, of the Fourteenth Tennessee Cavalry, was organized at South Gibson College.

12th Tenn Cav. & 4th Tenn Cav.

GREEN, C. Pvt. Co. H

GREEN, D.J. Pvt. Co. G

GREEN, H. Pvt. Co. F

GREEN, John Col.

GREEN, P. N. Sgt. Co. G

GREEN, R.J. Pvt. Co. K

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