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Thomas Pickney Allison
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Birth: Jul. 7, 1831
South Carolina, USA
Death: Feb. 21, 1897
Washington County
Arkansas, USA

Thomas was the son of Dr. Robert Turner Allison and Martha Burnett Clinton. His early life was spent on the old Allison Plantation on Clark's Ford Creek in western York County, SC. He later moved to Johnsville, Bradley County, Ark. in 1860. He entered the CSA in 1862, joining Cleburne's Division of Hardee's Corps and took part in the battles at Franklin, TN, Ringold and Chickamauga. He was severely wounded by a fragment of shell fired from a Union gunboat along the Tennessee River. He returned to Johnsville at the end of the war but sold out in 1876 and later located to another farm at Cane Hill in 1877. He married Martha Ann Meek on Nov. 11 ,1858.

Sergeant, Co. I, 2nd Arkansas Infantry, CSA 
Family links: 
  Robert Turner Allison (1798 - 1882)
  Martha Burnett Clinton Allison (1803 - 1877)
  Martha Ann Meek Allison (1839 - 1885)
  James Amzie Allison (1865 - 1945)*
  John Starr Allison (1867 - 1955)*
  Robert T. Allison (1875 - 1885)*
  Rufus Meek Allison (1880 - 1897)*
  Thomas Pickney Allison (1831 - 1897)
  Mary F.Z. Allison (1833 - 1848)*
  James Breadner Allison (1834 - 1911)*
  Rufus Maitland Allison (1836 - 1902)*
  Joseph Wister Allison (1838 - 1898)*
*Calculated relationship
Canehill Cemetery
Washington County
Arkansas, USA
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Record added: Jul 21, 2009
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 2, 2015

- Darlene T.
 Added: Jan. 5, 2015
Rest in peace.
- Grateful_Patriot
 Added: Sep. 14, 2013
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