|Birth: ||May 14, 1839|
|Death: ||Aug. 29, 1923|
Residence: Lincoln County, Tennessee
DOB sometimes listed as 1834
Company 'B' aka The Blue Headed Devils
1st Tennessee Infantry (Turney's Regiment)
Enrolled 29 April 1861 at Winchester, Franklin County, Tennessee. Discharged 12 August 1861 at Camp Jones near Manassas, Virginia for disability.
Andrew Jackson Smith's slaves were loyal to him during the war and continued to work his farm. In gratitude, William, in his will, deeded a large portion of the farm to them. Some of their descendants still live at the on that land.
Directions to Sandlin Cemetery, Fayetteville, Lincoln County, Tennessee
Go west on Highway 110 to Old Carmargo Road, turn right then follow the road until you
come to Sandlin Road . Turn right again and go to the end of the road - the cemetery is on the right.
The cemetery grounds need a lot of work. There are many unmarked graves. Some of the stones are knocked over and some broken.
Created by: Jerry Platz
Record added: Nov 10, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44176210