Capt. John Ambrose Wharton (CSA)

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John Ambrose Wharton

Also Known As: "Dock"
Birthdate: (27)
Birthplace: McNairy County, Tennessee, United States
Death: July 1863 (23-31)
McNairy County, Tennessee, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Jonathan A. Wharton and Mary Wharton
Brother of Sgt. William M. Wharton (CSA); Capt. Charles R. Wharton (CSA); Pvt. Caleb F. Wharton (CSA) and Sgt. James K. P. Wharton (CSA)

Occupation: Capt. in Wilson's Tennessee Cavalry
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About Capt. John Ambrose Wharton (CSA)

He initially served with Co F of the 13th Tennessee Infantry. He was severely wounded at the Battle of Shiloh. Later he was made a Captain in Wilson's Tennessee Cavalry. He and four of his men were killed by Col. Fielding Hurst in McNairy County TN in mid '63.

U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 about J A Wharton

Name: J A Wharton

Rank at enlistment: Sergeant

State Served: Tennessee

Service Record: Enlisted in Company F, Tennessee 13th Infantry Regiment.

Sources: Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

Hurst's Wurst: Colonel Fielding Hurst and the Sixth Tennessee Cavalry U.S.A. Page# 40

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McNairy County, Tennessee, United States
July 1863
Age 27
McNairy County, Tennessee, United States