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Perry Tanner Moore

Birthdate: (30)
Birthplace: Indiana
Death: May 30, 1864 (30)
Dalton, GA, USA (Shot during Civil War)
Place of Burial: Marietta, Cobb, Georgia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Judge Joel Moore and Orra Moore
Husband of Sarah Jane Moore (Wood)
Father of Dollie Orra Maupin
Brother of Helen C Hammond; Isaac Shelby Moore; James Blue Shelby Moore; William Charles Moore; Warrick County Moore and 2 others

Managed by: John Matthew Bayne, Jr
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About Perry Tanner Moore

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Perry T Moore enlisted as a private (8 December 1862 or 12 August 1862) in Company E Indiana 65th Infrantry Regiment and mustered out 29 May 1864 at Dallas, GA. Died 30 May 1864.

Information about the 65th Infantry Regiment Indiana:

Date of Organization: 20 Aug 1862 Muster Date: 22 Jun 1865 Regiment State: Indiana Regiment Type: Infantry Regiment Number: 65th

Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded: 0 Officers Died of Disease or Accident: 4 Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 34 Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 216

Regimental Soldiers and History:

List of Soldiers

Regimental History Sixty-fifth Infantry INDIANA (3-YEARS)

Sixty-fifth Infantry. Cols., John W. Foster, Thomas Johnson, John W. Hammond, Lieut.-Cols., Thomas Johnson, Walter G. Hodge, John W. Hammond, Edward A. Baker, Majs., Thomas G. Brown, Edward A. Baker, Saunders R. Hornbrook.

This regiment was organized at Princeton in the summer of 1862. Nine companies were mustered in Aug. 18 and 20 and proceeded at once to Henderson, Ky., going into camp there to protect the place from guerrillas.

They moved to Ashbysburg, and attacked Adam Johnson's Confederate regiment, taking possession of Madisonville the next morning. Co. K was mustered in Sept. 10 and joined the regiment, the companies being scattered to different points in Kentucky, west of the Nashville railroad, on duty until Aug. 18, 1863, when they came together at Glasgow.

The regiment had been mounted in April and joined Graham's cavalry brigade. While on detached duty, Co. D was engaged in a skirmish near Vanderburg, and Co. E was in a skirmish at Dixon.

The brigade was the first Union troops to enter Knoxville, reaching there Sept. 1. The regiment marched up the valley, a few days later, took possession of a captured train of cars, and captured another train and two locomotives. With its brigade it was engaged near Zollicoffer and was in a severe fight at Blountsville.

It was also in actions at Rheatown, Bristol and Waker's Ford, where it fought all day against heavy odds. Co. K was at Mulberry Gap, where its 45 men made a night attack on a regiment of the enemy, driving it from its position. The regiment was in the battle at Bean's Station, on the following day at Powder Spring Gap, and the same day at Skaggs's Mill.

It was in a fight at Dandridge on Jan. 17, 1864. The regiment was dismounted the following April and assigned to the 2nd brigade, 3d division, 23d corps, joining Sherman's army for the Atlanta campaign on April 30. It was engaged in all the battles and skirmishes of that campaign, commencing at Resaca, then joined in the pursuit of Hood into Alabama and Tennessee, fought at Columbia and Franklin, took a conspicuous part at Nashville, and moved in pursuit of Hood as far as the Tennessee river.

It was transferred to Alexandria, Va., in Jan. 1865; moved thence to the vicinity of Fort Fisher near Wilmington, N. C., bore the brunt of the attack on Fort Anderson, and was conspicuous in the skirmish at Town Creek. It then moved to Greensboro, where it was mustered out June 22, 1865.

Its original strength was 942; gain by recruits, 228; total, 1,170. Loss by death, 236; desertion, 59, unaccounted for, 8.

Source: The Union Army, vol. 3

Battles Fought Fought on 12 Sep 1862 at Vanderburg, KY. Fought on 13 Sep 1862 at Vanderburg, KY. Fought on 11 Jul 1863. Fought on 22 Sep 1863 at Blountsville, TN. Fought on 2 Dec 1863 at Walker's Ford, TN. Fought on 13 Dec 1863 at Bean's Station, TN. Fought on 14 Dec 1863 at Bean's Station, TN. Fought on 16 Dec 1863 at Walker's Fork, TN. Fought on 28 Dec 1863 at Blountsville, TN. Fought on 18 Jan 1864 at Dandridge, TN. Fought on 28 Jan 1864 at Rhea County, TN. Fought on 7 Mar 1864. Fought on 15 Apr 1864. Fought on 14 May 1864 at Resaca, GA. Fought on 23 May 1864 at Pumpkin Vine Creek, GA. Fought on 28 May 1864 at Pumpkin Vine Hill, GA. Fought on 29 May 1864 at Dallas, GA. Fought on 9 Jun 1864 at Pumpkin Vine Ridge, GA. Fought on 20 Jul 1864 at Peach Tree Creek, GA. Fought on 6 Aug 1864 at Atlanta, GA. Fought on 9 Aug 1864 at Atlanta, GA. Fought on 23 Aug 1864 at Atlanta, GA. Fought on 24 Aug 1864 at Atlanta, GA. Fought on 27 Sep 1864 at Decatur, GA. Fought on 28 Sep 1864 at Decatur, GA. Fought on 30 Nov 1864 at Franklin, TN.

Source Information

Historical Data Systems, comp.. American Civil War Soldiers [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, 1999.

Original data: Data compiled by Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA form the following list of works. Copyright 1997-2000

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Perry Tanner Moore's Timeline

July 26, 1833
July 13, 1860
Age 26
Boonville, IN, USA
May 30, 1864
Age 30
Dalton, GA, USA

Perry was fighting for the Union Army and was killed near Dalton, Georgia, while sitting around a campfire.
BURIAL; Lot 247, Section A Site 836, Marietta National Cemetery
Sect. 17, Grave 1. (Photograph of tombstone says "836")

Age 30
Marietta, Cobb, Georgia, United States

BURIAL; Lot 247, Section A Site 836, Marietta National Cemetery
Sect. 17, Grave 1. (Photograph of tombstone says "836")