|Death: ||Aug. 6, 1864|
Private Lewis S. Moore
Military Unit: 8th Infantry Regiment
Alternate Name for the Military Unit: Company: B
Enlistment Date: 01 December 1862
Place of Enlistment: Camp Dick Robinson, Kentucky
On the Muster Roll of July & Aug 1864.
He is reported Killed in action Aug 6, 1864 M.O.
Roll dated June 30, 1865 reports him Killed in Battle Utoy
Creek Near Atlanta Georgia Aug 6, 1864.
Last paid by Maj Beecher to Feb 29, 1864.
Clothing acct $72.11
Bounty due $100.00
Born: White Horn, Hawkins County, Tennessee
Father James Moore
Married Rebecca Ann Haun Jan 21, 1855.
Lewis was the brother-in-law of Christopher Haun who was one of the Potterstown Bridge Burners and was captured and hung in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Chattanooga National Cemetery
Plot: Lot C Grave 1333
Maintained by: Carole Elizabeth Nurmi ...
Originally Created by: Bev
Record added: May 30, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11058931
Lewis Moore, 8th Tennessee Infantry, who was killed at the battle of Utoy Creek near Atlanta, Ga., is most likely buried in Marietta National Cemetery where other men of the 8th who were killed at battle of Utoy Creek are buried. This grave contains the r...(Read more)|
Added: Oct. 3, 2012