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"The Confederate soldiers were our kinfolk and our heroes. We testify to the country our enduring fidelity to their memory. We commemorate their valor and devotion. There were some things that were not surrendered at Appomatox. We did not surrender our rights in history, nor was it one of the conditions of surrender that unfriendly lips should be suffered to tell the story of that war or that unfriendly hands should write the epitaphs of the Confederate dead. We have a right to teach our children the true history of that war, the causes that led up to it, and the principles involved."
~Senator Edward W. Carmack, 1903

24th Vets 1920 Columbia, TN Reunion

Seven veterans of the Confederate Army, all of whom had lived in the 24th District of Maury County, met in Reunion of 20 July 1920.  Pictured in the front row are:

Front row left to right:  Capt. R. W. Tindall (86 yrs.), Samuel Daimwood (80 yrs.), Francis Marion Hardison (80 yrs.)

Back row left to right:  George Daimwood (78 yrs.), Dr. S. T. Hardison (79 yrs.), Elder James H. Morton (79 yrs.) & David M. Hardison (89 yrs.)

Thanks to Fred Hawkins for this picture from his Hardison Family research book.

Pvt. Samuel Sidney Black / Co. G


Pvt. William A. Sharp / Co. G