|Birth: ||May 1, 1846|
|Death: ||Mar. 10, 1864|
Private Harmon H. Proffitt, Company C, 37th KY Infantry died on March 10, 1864 of measles in a hospital at Glasgow, KY and was buried in the Tompkinsville National Cemetery in Tompkinsville, KY (now known as the Old Soldiers Cemetery).
Harmon was the seventeen year old son of G. W. and Margaret Proffitt.
He was one of the local soldiers who was not moved to the Nashville National Cemetery in 1867.
George Washington Proffitt (1807 - 1888)
Margaret Wheelock Proffitt (1809 - 1890)
Old Soldiers Cemetery
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Originally Created by: Marcella Headrick
Record added: Sep 02, 2008
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Civil war Veteran: Co C 37 Ky Inf USA 1846-1864|
Added: Dec. 1, 2010
Harmon Howard Proffitt enrolled on Aug.4, 1863,was mustered in Sept.17,1863 in Glasgow, Ky. was assigned to Co.C- , of the 37 th. Kentucky Volunteer Mounted Inf. Reg.Theoffical Records state that this regiment,"was composed of the best material and engag...(Read more)|
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