Nathan C. Pritchett (First_Last)
Regiment Name 7 Tennessee Cavalry.
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Enlisted for 3 years at Lexington on 8/8/62 at age of 17
Mustered in Jackson 8/19/62
5'6", fair complexion, dark eyes, light hair, born Henderson County Tennessee
Captured by the CSA 7th Tennessee Confederate Calvary on 24 March 1864 at Union City Tennessee
Survived Andersonville Prison, released at Charleston South Carolina on 12/16/64
Soldier's Rank_Out Private
Discharged at Nashville 8/9/65
Alternate Name Nathan C./Pritchard
Film Number 395-68, #1406
Other info: Middle name Clark, married to Amanda McCall after war, moved to Finley, Dyer Co. Married Susannah Lumley, Daughter of David Lumley and Dicey Essary following Amanda McCall's death. Buried there at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, no dates.
Other records are available at the Andersonville Park in GA and will be forwarded to stated relative B. F. Reeves following the reopening of the park in April 2007.
The items available are items taken from the person of Nathan Clark Pritchett upon arrival at Andersonville on 21 April 1864.
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