Franklin resident – Andrew J. Jones – musters in Union cavalry unit in June 1862

Cdv of 7th Kentucky Cavalry Officer captured by Morgan’s Raiders! Superb image of Andrew J. Jones, taken while Lt. Colonel of the 136th USCI. Jones was captured by Morgan in July of 1862 at Cynthiana, KY, while serving in the 7th Kentucky Cavalry.

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Andrew J. Jones

Residence was not listed; Enlisted on 6/28/1862 at Franklin, TN as a Private.

On 4/16/1862 he mustered into “D” Co. KY 7th Cavalry He was discharged for promotion on 7/15/1865 at Atlanta, GA

On 7/15/1865 he was commissioned into Field & Staff US CT 136th Infantry He was Mustered Out on 1/4/1866

He was listed as: * POW 7/17/1862 Cynthiana, KY

Promotions: * Sergt * 2nd Lieut 1/19/1863 * 1st Lieut 2/7/1863 * Lt Colonel 7/15/1865 (As of 136th USCT Infantry)

He was described at enlistment as: 5′ 9.0″, light complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair

Other Information: born in Fayette County, KY died 4/18/1873 in Berryville, KY

Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.:

– Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky – Official Army Register of the Volunteer Force 1861-1865 – Research by David L. Bush – Index to Compiled Military Service Records (c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ http://www.civilwardata.com

As of 10/16.09 image was for sale at Frohne & Son Historic Military

2 thoughts on “Franklin resident – Andrew J. Jones – musters in Union cavalry unit in June 1862

  1. Your title is not quite correct – Jones was not a Franklin resident. He was the legal ward of Major (later Lt. Col.) William W. Bradley of the 7th, who was a resident of Berryville (near Cynthiana), Ky, so it’s probably safe to assume that Jones was also a resident of Berryville.

    I’ve been doing research into the altercation between Wm. Bradley and Lt. Col. Thomas Vimont that resulted in Vimont’s death by Bradley’s hand. I have purchased the Court Martial file from the National Archives, and would be more than happy to share information with you or other researchers.

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