★★★ -Heiskell, Carrick White

Carrick White Heiskell:
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Born: July 25, 1836
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Birthplace: Ebenezer Tennessee (Fruit Hill Knox Co. Tennessee)
Father: Frederick Steidinger Heiskell 1788 – 1882
(Buried: Old Presbyterian Church Cemetery Rogersville TN.)
Mother: Elizabeth “Eliza” Brown 1798 – 1851
(Buried: Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church Knoxville TN)
Wife: Eliza Netherland 1841 – 1934
(Buried: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee)
Children:
Effie Heiskell 1869 – 1958
(Buried: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee)
Frederick Heiskell 1875 – 1931
(Buried: Mount Holly Cemetery Little Rock Arkansas)
Grace Heiskell 1877 – 1964
(Buried: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee)
Clayton Mosby Heiskell 1880 – 1904
(Buried: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee)

Education:
Attended University of Tennessee
Graduated from Maryville College

Occupation before War:
Attorney and Teacher in Rogersville Tennessee

Civil War Career:
1861: 1st​ Lt. Company K 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1861 – 1863: Captain Company K 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1863: Major of 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1863: Wounded in foot during Battle of Chickamauga Georgia
1863 – 1864: Lt. Colonel of 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1864 – 1865: Colonel of 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1864 – 1865: Acted as Brigade Commander of Strahl's Brigade

Occupation after War:
Attorney and Judge in Memphis Tennessee
City Attorney for the City of Memphis Tennessee


Died: July 29, 1923
Place of Death: Memphis Tennessee
Age at time of Death: 89 years old
Burial Place: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee (July 30, 1923)


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Carrick White Heiskell:
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Born: July 25, 1836View attachment 385373
Birthplace: Ebenezer Tennessee (Fruit Hill Knox Co. Tennessee)
Father: Frederick Steidinger Heiskell 1788 – 1882
(Buried: Old Presbyterian Church Cemetery Rogersville TN.)
Mother: Elizabeth “Eliza” Brown 1798 – 1851
(Buried: Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church Knoxville TN)
Wife: Eliza Netherland 1841 – 1934
(Buried: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee)
Children:
Effie Heiskell 1869 – 1958
(Buried: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee)
Frederick Heiskell 1875 – 1931
(Buried: Mount Holly Cemetery Little Rock Arkansas)
Grace Heiskell 1877 – 1964
(Buried: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee)
Clayton Mosby Heiskell 1880 – 1904
(Buried: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee)

Education:
Attended University of Tennessee
Graduated from Maryville College

Occupation before War:
Attorney and Teacher in Rogersville Tennessee

Civil War Career:
1861: 1st​ Lt. Company K 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1861 – 1863: Captain Company K 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1863: Major of 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1863: Wounded in foot during Battle of Chickamauga Georgia
1863 – 1864: Lt. Colonel of 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1864 – 1865: Colonel of 19th​ Tennessee Infantry Regiment
1864 – 1865: Acted as Brigade Commander of Strahl's Brigade

Occupation after War:
Attorney and Judge in Memphis Tennessee
City Attorney for the City of Memphis Tennessee


Died: July 29, 1923
Place of Death: Memphis Tennessee
Age at time of Death: 89 years old
Burial Place: Elmwood Cemetery Memphis Tennessee (July 30, 1923)


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I don't think I've heard of him.
19th was Francis Marion Walker's regiment before he was killed; assuming Heiskell was his successor.
The 19th at the time was reassigned to Maney's/Carter's Brigade, so he'd be commanding that brigade, though I don't know at what time; presumably not at Nashville, as Hume Field of the 1st Tennessee was in command there.
 
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The 19th Tennessee fought in every major battle that the Army of Tennessee fought in except Perryville.This regiment began the war with over a 1,000 soldiers, 78 surrendered in 1865 at Greensboro but only 58 of them were from the original muster in 1861.The flag of this unit was not surrendered to the Union Army and it's whereabouts is still unknown.
 
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