*2 Private Albert Henry Ballard enlisted in Company K/F on August 1, 1862 at Cookeville, Tennessee. He was
detailed to the Confederate Hospital #1 at Murfreesboro on December 31, 1862. He was considered captured, but
also a hospital attendant. He was sent to Louisville in April and forwarded to City Point, Virginia for exchange on
April 14, 1863. He rejoined the command on June 5, 1863. He was then detached to be a hospital nurse in Rome,
Georgia on May 1, 1863. He is listed as twenty-three years old on a July 1863 muster roll. He had returned to the
regiment and was serving in the ranks by July 1863. He was promoted to 3rd Sergeant on January 1, 1864. He died
of fever at Fair Ground Hospital #2 in Atlanta on August 28, 1864.
Private Carroll N. Ballard enlisted in Company K/F on June 9, 1861 at Camp Trousdale. He was elected 2nd
Corporal on May 8, 1862 at the reorganization at Corinth, Mississippi. Carroll was wounded on December 31, 1862
at the Battle of Murfreesboro. He was detailed and listed as a Ward Master in the Quintard Hospital in Macon,
Georgia in March through May 1863. He rejoined his command on June 4, 1863. He is listed as twenty-two years
old on a July 1863 muster roll. He was temporarily detailed as a shoemaker in Dalton, Georgia from November 3
to November 25, 1863. He is listed as present through April of 1864. He was admitted to the Marshall Hospital at
Columbus, Georgia on August 29, 1864 as a patient. He was still listed as a patient on November 30, 1864. He took
the Oath of Allegiance on May 5, 1865 at Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is listed with a sandy complexion, sandy
hair, blue eyes, and five-foot-four inches tall. His residence was Jackson County, Tennessee.
Private Joseph Y. Ballard enlisted in Company K/F on June 9, 1861 at Camp Trousdale. He was present until
killed in action at the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee on December 31, 1862. He was twenty years old in the
1860 census living with parents in Putnam county.