Looking for a person in Company D of the 11th Tenn., last name Cox. Also looking for information about a Confederate Cavalry man who was at surrender, paroled and went home, only to be shot down in his front yard by Yankees, in front of his mother, father, and little sister. The Yankees that did this tore up the parole papers as they rode away. The mother reported it to the Union Army which took their sweet time, and by the time the paper work got around to the proper commanding Brigade Commander, the unit had been transferred, and that happened a second time. The third time the Yankee unit had been disbanded and the members went their ways, so the guilty of the murder were never punished.