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Re: Kellow-Neeley of TN, 1840's
Posted by: terry davis Date: September 07, 2001 at 08:43:22
In Reply to: Re: Kellow-Neeley of TN, 1840's by Jim Clark of 190

Jim,

I just came across a couple of A.J. Kellow's brothers' Civil War records if you are interested.

http://www.tngenweb.org/civilwar/crosters/inf/inf20/cob.html

C.S.A. Tennessee 20th Infantry, Company B

From a book published in 1904:

"Nat Kellow (Nathaniel) - living near Nolensville (this is a southeast suburb of Nashville in the Williamson/Davidson corner).

William Kellow, killed December 31, 1862 at the Battle of Murfreesboro."

These were the only two Kellows listed in Company B of the 20th. By the way, my 3rd great g-father, William T. Kellow (their ist cousin), who fought for the 47th TN from West TN, was also there at Murfreesboro that day and was wounded. W.T. also lost a brother (George Kellow) there at Murfreesboro.


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