My mother's paternal great-grandfather, John Harvey Cox of Sullivan County, East Tennesse, was a Confederate conscript assigned to Co.B 19th Tennessee Infantry. There are only 3 file cards in his CMSR. Showing him on the muster roll, Showing him captured at Cowan, Tennessee on July 3, 1863, and a 1911 inquiry on him by the pension board I believe. (he passed in 1906). He never filed for a Confederate pension. Neither did his widow. Is there anyone with knowledge of the 19th TN & the Tullahoma Campaign that could maybe pinpoint where he probably was captured? He may have even voluntarily surrendered. Family lore says he was a "reluctant rebel" and returned home to several run-ins with the home guard. I recently found a Federal pension index card for a John H. Cox in the Union 4th TN Cavalry. One of his many talents was the blacksmith trade. At some point, he may have done some blacksmith work for the Yankees and attempted to draw a pension for it. There was no John Cox in the Union 4th TN. He was quite the character.