From the "Lest We Forget" Roster;
Thornhill, Wade H. 18, Co. D died of typhoid 4-22-62 (probably Shiloh wound) Mother was Mary/Thornhill (See JFDiary Ward Thornhill, p. 183) (TJRankin Letter 4/28/62)
Thornhill, Joseph, M. Co. H, 1st Lt., Asst. Surgeon. (F&S) [See J. Martin Thornhill; Willow Mount Cemetery Shelbyville, TN died (unknown cause) March 12, 1863]
Thornhill, John Martin Co. H Pvt. Died (unknown cause) at Shelbyville, TN 12 March 1863(See Joseph M. Tornhill)
Thornhill, Wiott (Wyatt) Co. H 3rd Sgt. Injured in RR collision Feb. 27, 1862; died Mar. 1, 1862. (See end notes)
Thornhill, J. Newton Co. H Pvt. MWIA; died of wounds received at Murfreesboro, TN
(See John J. Thornhill-C.Phillips records WIA Chickamauga) actually Thornton, John J. Co. H. Pvt. Capt. WIA Murfreesboro; WIA Chickamauga; became Captain; wounded in both legs in GA; WIA 8-13-64 in skirmish on the Atlanta & Macon RR possibly and was sent to hospital. May have been WIA at Lovejoy Station or in Defense lines and sent to hospitals at Atlanta and Macon. Many skirmishes after leaving the city on July 22, 1864. Lived at Planter’s Creek [Thornton, John J. Capt.]
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