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 Green Cameron Duncan

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Green Cameron Duncan

Birth
Bloomfield, Nelson County, Kentucky, USA
Death
6 Aug 1910 (aged 68)
New York, USA
Burial
Matagorda County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID
113631536 View Source

Green C. Duncan, Wharton [Wharton Co.], TX; was born Oct. 10, 1841, near Bloomfield [Nelson Co.], KY. Enlisted in the Confederate Army in September, 1861, at Memphis [Shelby Co.], TN, as First Sergeant in Co. A, Marsh Walker’s 41st TN Infantry; Frank Ragsdale first Captain and Marsh Walker, first Colonel. In September, 1862, the company was transferred to the 8th KY Inf., and made Co. K, Buford’s Brigade, Loring’s Division. In the spring of 1864 the brigade was mounted and transferred to N.R. Forrest’s command as Lyon’s Brigade and placed in Buford’s Division. We served under Forrest the remainder of the war. Was never wounded, but had five horses shot; two killed and three wounded; all under me except one. I had just dismounted from him and was standing by his side when shot. On April 8, 1862, the brigade, with others, was surrendered by Gen. McCowan at Tiptonville, TN, near Island No. 10. I was promoted to 2nd Lieutenant and afterwards to First Lieutenant, which was my rank at the close of the war. Was in the battles of …; Hood’s retreat to TN River, from there to Selma, AL, March, 1865.

Green C. Duncan, Wharton [Wharton Co.], TX; was born Oct. 10, 1841, near Bloomfield [Nelson Co.], KY. Enlisted in the Confederate Army in September, 1861, at Memphis [Shelby Co.], TN, as First Sergeant in Co. A, Marsh Walker’s 41st TN Infantry; Frank Ragsdale first Captain and Marsh Walker, first Colonel. In September, 1862, the company was transferred to the 8th KY Inf., and made Co. K, Buford’s Brigade, Loring’s Division. In the spring of 1864 the brigade was mounted and transferred to N.R. Forrest’s command as Lyon’s Brigade and placed in Buford’s Division. We served under Forrest the remainder of the war. Was never wounded, but had five horses shot; two killed and three wounded; all under me except one. I had just dismounted from him and was standing by his side when shot. On April 8, 1862, the brigade, with others, was surrendered by Gen. McCowan at Tiptonville, TN, near Island No. 10. I was promoted to 2nd Lieutenant and afterwards to First Lieutenant, which was my rank at the close of the war. Was in the battles of …; Hood’s retreat to TN River, from there to Selma, AL, March, 1865.


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1st Lt. Co. K 8th Kentucky Ry. Mtd Inf. CSA

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